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Friday Jul 25 | The Jersey Journal
Break out those dreadlocks and come prepared to swing those hips when Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, welcomes the MASSIVE Reggae Band on Wednesday, Aug. 20, as the Arboretum continues its concerts-in-the-garden series, Sounds of A Summer Night.
Summit, NJ: The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey announces its studio art classes and workshop line up for the Fall 2014 Semester .
After a year-long search process, Congregation Beth Hatikvah in Summit welcomes its new rabbi on Aug. 1. Rabbi Hannah Orden, who has served a congregation in New Hampshire for the past six years, will move to Summit with her husband, Don, a social worker.
SUMMIT, NJ A fun, relaxing way to spend an evening is with Summer Shorts, a selection of several 10-minute plays at The Brownstone Theatre, upstairs at Mondo, 426 Springfield Ave. in Summit.
The Summit Public School District has named Janice Tierney to the role of Principal for Wilson and Jefferson Primary Centers.
Iggy is a 12 week old brindle Hound mix. Her mom is a Shepherd mix. Iggy is already 20 pounds and will be a large dog when fully grown.
In an effort to support the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Summit residents are encouraged to donate canned goods or non-perishable food items at any of the selected drop-off locations.
The fourth annual Hilltopper Alumni Weekend will be held Oct. 9-12. All Summit High School alumni are invited back to Summit to attend a weekend of educational, sporting, entertaining and social events.
Submitted by the City of Summit Badeau Ave, Llewellyn Rd and Shadyside Ave will be paved on Thursday, July 24, weather permitting.
Bjarni Thorvardarson, Hibernia Network's chief executive officer, stands at Hospital Point, in Herring Cove in September 2011, near where the fibre optic cable will come ashore.
During the workday, Manhattan's overall population rises from around 1.6 million to 3.1 million people as workers scramble to get to work on time.
Replacement of the outdated technology took place over a three-week period beginning in mid-June.
SUMMIT - Janice Merritt and several other city residents plan to be on hand to object to a proposed plan for a vacant property at 603 Springfield Ave. when the Summit Planning Board meets on July 28. The proposal before the board is to expand the building at 603 Springfield Ave. and make it into a five-doctor office building with underground ... (more)
Summit resident Eric Rhinehart will showcase his art as part of a dual show, entitled "Oil and Water," at the Artists' Gallery in Lambertville, NJ.
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