Summit Featured in the New York Times

Summit was featured in the New York Times Real Estate Section.

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"Summittoday" launches tomorrow. This is a community wide calendar for local events. No more excuses that you didn't hear about an event!
22 hours 12 min ago
Jets 14-0!!!
1 day 17 hours ago
Started my shopping at A Home, great selection, great friendly service, shop local!!!
2 days 20 hours ago
The float with the most helium, Thomas the Tank Engine.
4 days 21 hours ago
Waiting for the parade to begin. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
4 days 22 hours ago
Conveyor belt sushi at the Short Hills Mall.
5 days 18 hours ago
Playing with Moose.
5 days 19 hours ago
Full moon over Summit.
6 days 14 hours ago
Last day of Farmer's market!
1 week 1 day ago

Other Top News

Fall Festival at the Visual Arts Center a Big Success

Ellen and Chip attended the Fall Festival at theĀ  Visual Arts Center of New Jersey.

Celgene CEO on Summit

Here what Celgene's CEO has to say about Summit.

Summit Featured in Urban Agenda Magazine

Urban Agenda just featured a great write-up about Summit.

Mayor Dickson Names Patricia Fontan Co-Chair of Forum on Diversity

Dr. Fontan replaces Susan Hairston, who has held the position since May, 2012.

2015 September 11th Ceremonies in Summit

Summit held it's 14th remembrance for those who perished in the attacks on September 11th, 2001.

Summit Ranks Highly as One of the Best Places to Live

The New Jersey Monthy list of Best Places to Live in New Jersey is out, and Summit ranks highly. List now available!

The State of the City 2015

Ellen Dickson delivers the State of the City of Summit Nj address for 2015 on January 6, 2015

From Merck to a High Line park for Summit, Mayor Dickson presents the City's year ahead.

Ellen Calls for End to County Government

Summit Mayor Ellen Dickson

At the League of Municipalities, Ellen asks the NJ $64,000 question.

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About Ellen Dickson

Ellen Dickson holds a Masters in Business Administration from Babson College and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She and her husband Chip raised three children, all of whom graduated from the Summit public schools system.