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Summit, New Jersey is located in Union County. Zip codes in Summit, NJ include 07901, and 07902. The median home price in Summit is $699,000 which is roughly $399/per square foot. More Summit information.

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5 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Washington School in Summit to host annual country fair, May 17

Washington School art teacher Jamie Bass, together with local graphic designer Claudia Petrilli , developed a new logo for the 2014 Country Fair featuring the Washington School Owl mascot, in country garb.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Daily Record

Morris County Town News

CHATHAM/CHATHAM TWP. The Board of Education for the School District of the Chathams is scheduled to meet on April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 58 Meyersvlle Road.

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WNYC-AM New York

Food, Coffee and Music for Record Store Day

Forget about downloads, mp3s and even compact discs. Record Store Day is all about the vinyl - and the stores that still sell it.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Patch.com

Some Union County School Districts Aim To Educate Parents On New Technology Trends

Every new social app on your child's smartphone brings with it new opportunities to connect with friends, as well as foes, outside of the classroom - and don't forget the new lingo.

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The Jersey Journal

Crash to cradle: Summit squad helps local woman twice in six months

The Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad helped at the birth of a baby girl at 11:10 p.m. Thursday, April 10. Members of the squad returned on April 16 to check on the family and have a photo taken.

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The Jersey Journal

Kent Place School in Summit holds information sessions

The Admission Office at Kent Place School in Summit, an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory day school for girls and young women with a coed Preschool program, announces its April Information Sessions for prospective families.

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Examiner.com

Animal advocate hopes to find Rocky Toto a home before Craigslist ad

Rocky Toto is a one-year-old pit bull mix in Summit, N.J. who desperately needs a new home before his current owner places an advertisement on Craigslist.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Sage Eldercare in Summit offers furniture restoration workshop

Pictured here, Esther Bondy recently volunteered and re-caned her own chair at the Furniture Restoration Workshop in Summit.

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The Jersey Journal

Summit Lions to host tailgate party, May 3

The Summit Lions Club will host their third annual live music event on Saturday, May 3, from 7-11 p.m. at the Elks Club Lodge, 40 Maple St., in downtown Summit.

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NorthJersey.com

Millburn doctors work on hidden dangers

Kathy Petrillo, a registered vascular technologist, and Dr. Clifford Sales, above, examine photos taken during an ultrasound screening to look for a possible abdominal aortic aneurysm.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Patch.com

Summit Police Department Reminds Area Residents About Unwanted Medication Disposal Program

Press release provided by The City of Summit. SUMMIT, N.J., April 15, 2014 - The City of Summit Police Department would like to remind area residents about its Project Medicine Drop, a permanent box in the atrium of City Hall where members of the public may deposit unwanted medications with no questions asked.

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The Jersey Journal

Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad offers all types of memberships

Various memberships are available to those interested in joining the Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Alternative Press

Improv Class for Teens and Adults Begins April 26 at Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre , professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, is holding a 4-week Improv Comedy class for teens and adults beginning on April 26. The class delves deep into the craft of improv with more complex games as the weeks progress.

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The Alternative Press

What Makes Summit Special

Ever wonder what makes this little New Jersey community so truly special ? The Summit Department of Community Programs, thanks to the help of video producer David Scherzer, invites you to take a first-hand look at all of the people, places and things that help keep the Summit community thriving.

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The Jersey Journal

Unitarian Church in Summit to host 'guns and firearms' safety program

A dedicated wild game hunter will join with an expert on preventing gun violence among youth in a program on understanding guns and firearm safety at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 27, at The Unitarian Church in Summit, 4 Waldron Ave. in Summit.

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The Black River News

350th New Jersey Anniversary Spring Speaker Series in conjunction...

On Sunday, June 8th 2014 Macculloch Hall Historical Museum welcomes Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika to present "Greetings From the Past: A History of Morristown Through Postcard Images".

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

The Alternative Press

Total Lunar Eclipse Visible Over Summit April 15

SUMMIT, NJ The first total lunar eclipse in nearly two and half years will appear over the skies of Summit in the early morning hours on April 15. This eclipse will be a particularly unusual viewing opportunity, since the Earth's Western Hemisphere will be facing the moon during the eclipse.

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Patch.com

Get Ready! The Summit Free Market Spring Saturdays are April 26 and May 3

The City of Summit is announcing the return of its immensely popular Summit Free Market for two consecutive Saturdays April 26 and May 3 from 8 AM to 3 PM at the City of Summit Transfer Station on 40 New Providence Rd. The Summit Free Market Committee is a student-run initiative that hosts seasonal events at the Transfer Station where residents are ... (more)

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Photos: Signs of spring pop up everywhere, as temperatures climb into the 80s

In Summit, diners enjoyed eating at sidewalk cafes and families strolled through the downtown.

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The Jersey Journal

Kids appearing in Paper Mill's 'South Pacific' enjoy their public roles

MILLBURN - Appearing on stage can be frightening, but the rewards of acting in front of an audience far outweigh any drawbacks, say four child actors from New Jersey who are appearing in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of "South Pacific."

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