SUMMIT—When her schizophrenic uncle moved in with her family, 13 year-old Gina not only learned about hallucinations and voices, but also about compassion and humor. Now, more than thirty years later, with three teens of her own, the Summit mom…
BERKELEY HEIGHTS—New Providence violinist Yuji Sugimoto, 12, can be seen in several airings on cable TV throughout December playing the Allegro movement of Vivaldi’s Spring concerto with the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO).
SUMMIT—The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) will hold its free Young People’s Concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22 at Oak Knoll School, 44 Blackburn Road, in Summit.
NEWARK— NJ Transit is helping the Community FoodBank of New Jersey secure food donations this Thanksgiving to make the holiday season brighter for those in need. Customers can donate non-perishable food items at select train stations from Nov. 17 through…
ELIZABETH—A 21-year-old Summit man was sentenced to five years in state prison for having sex with each of three teenage girls. Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said Ryan Vernotico pled guilty on May 15 to three separate counts of second degree sexual assault against a minor.
EAST BRUNSWICK—On Oct. 17, East Brunswick native Kevin Goetz, will return home to New Jersey to host a celebrity cocktail reception at the Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit.
ROSELLE—It didn’t matter that it was 81 degrees outside. It was time to start making the ice. So underneath the arching timber roof at Union County’s Warinanco Skating Center, Kyle Gaestel got to work.
UNION COUNTY—For the past year, Henry Gilbert had a front row seat watching the replacement of the Division Avenue bridge on the Summit-New Providence border.
SUMMIT—Kent Place School, an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory day school for girls and young women with a coed nursery and pre-kindergarten program, announced three fall open house dates for prospective families. Following a brief information session, attendees will tour the 26-acre…
SUMMIT—Kent Place Gallery will present an exhibition of new paintings by Ken Weathersby until Friday, Oct. 9.
In “The Reverse Side Also Has a Reverse Side,” Weathersby’s paintings present intense, elegant grids of primary color that subtly invert expectations in a number of ways.