Here's the rundown of everything that happened this week in case you missed it:
On Monday, we brought you the police department's January activity report, we reported that more than 30 local firefighters and police officers went to in Trenton against proposed legislation, and told you that three Summit High School swimming records were broken at the Meet of Champions last weekend.
On Tuesday, Amy took Summit Dish Does Lunch to Chen's in New Providence for good 'ole fashioned chinese food. We also reported that the Summit Republicans are looking for candidates who wish to run for common council and/or mayor in the upcoming election and brought you the weekly police blotter.
On Thursday, we brought you a fan favorite in this week's Summit Dish: . We also brought you your weekly Grab & Go Kids Planner, your local weekend planner, and a roundup of the homes that in the past week around Union County. We also brought you our top five for local summer caps you should consider registering your kids for and we brought you late night coverage from the .
On Friday, we brought you a report from the Board of Education about the . We also brought you the weekly About Town column and the latest installment of Real Estate: Before and After the For Sale Sign.
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Quote of the Week
"Zero is a beautiful word." - Tom Garvey, President of the Summit Taxpayers Association.