A Summit man accused of marking cards and using special contact lenses to help him cheat while playing Mississipi Stud at Mohegan Sun Sunday told detectives he was trying to raise bond money for his pending arrest on previous gaming-related offenses committed in Louisiana, according to The Day.com.
The Summit Common Council approved plans presented by Mark Yeager of MRY Associates Tuesday regarding the proposed construction of a 35,000-square-foot building that would replace the existing structure at 466-474 Springfield Avenue.
Prior to Thursday's Board of Education meeting, a ceremony was held to honor the district's newly-tenured teachers.
A patient seeking treatment at Overlook Hospital's Emergency Room Tuesday reported that $60 was stolen from their wallet, police said.
Representatives from Our House, together with Department of Community Services Director Beth Kinney, presented a proposal at the Summit City Council meeting Tuesday evening asking for the city's assistance in funding a group home for four developmentally disabled adults at 43 Glendale Road.
The Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad was given unanimous approval at Tuesday's City Council meeting to move forward with its plans to replace its current but outdated facility.
The Summit High School football team is on a roll. The Hilltoppers defeated the AL Johnson High School Crusaders in Clark Friday night, 48-23.