Will This 4th of July be Freedom’s Celebration or Democracy’s Funeral? It’s Up to Us.

July 3, 2022

In the past two weeks, the Supreme Court has eroded decades of hard-fought progress. Six unelected people have now stripped:

Women of their longstanding right to autonomy over their own bodies. (Dobbs v. JWHO)

Arrested individuals of their guaranteed Miranda rights. (Vega v.Tekoh) 

The EPA’s ability to fight climate change. (WV v. EPA)

…while ...

Keeping Citification out of the 'City' of Summit

Summit town council has a busy summer in store rethinking Broad Street West. It is a daunting task to be responsible for potentially changing the face of Summit in the name of progress.

The resounding message from the public seems to be that a building constructed on the site of the fire house should not smack of a city and city planning, but rather a reasonable reuse of the town space ...

Building A New Asset

June 24, 2022

Dear Friends,

I think we can all agree that there is wide support within our community for redevelopment on Broad Street so it makes sense that it is one of the clearly stated goals in the 2016 Master Plan Re-Examination document. The Broad Street West Redevelopment also meshes very well with a number of the other goals in the document. If you haven’t read the Master Plan Re-Examination ...

Upcoming Events


Mon, July 11, 6:30 PM

Legends Gallery, Chatham

NY Rangers Player Appearance at Legends Gallery

Tue, July 26, 7:00 PM

Summit Free Public Library , Summit

Concord Singers Concert:

Summit Police Blotter

July 5, 2022

6/28/2022 — At 1520 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Morris Avenue business. The victim  stated the incident occurred just prior to contacting police. A young female wearing a black t-shirt and  black Adidas pants was seen exiting the business with unpaid merchandise. Taken were two four-foot micro-USB charging cables valued at $25.99 each.  

6/30/2022 ...

Summit EMS Report - May, 2022

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 194 emergency calls in May. These included 116 medical emergencies: 26 falls; 18 motor vehicle accidents, including two on a highway, two into a pole or tree, and one into a building; 12 traumatic injuries; eight cases of overdose or poisoning; one allergic reaction; one animal bite; five responses to a medical alarm, three pedestrians struck by a ...

Marieann Meringolo returns to Paper Mill’s Brookside Cabaret & Dining July 6 - 9

July 6, 2022

MILLBURN, NJ (July 5, 2022) Paper Mill continues its popular outdoor dining series Brookside Cabaret featuring world-class performers and fine dining under the stars at the F.M. Kirby Carriage House Restaurant.


Marieann Meringolo: Shades of Love

July 6–9

Award-winning and critically acclaimed songstress Marieann Meringolo wowed brookside ...

WATCH: Peapack Private Wealth's Dietze Examines Reasons for Second-Half Optimism

David Dietze, Managing Principal and Senior Portfolio Strategist at Peapack-Private Wealth Management, spoke live on BNN Bloomberg. David discussed his outlook on the market, and what stocks he sees the most opportunity in on pullback:


With Trust and Integrity, Peapack ...

Summit Real Estate Report - May, 2022

Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from May 2022.

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Market Comments

Economic Background

U.S. Economy – The first release of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) for the first quarter of 2022 was an annualized rate of -1.4% quarter over quarter due to negative net trade figures and lower government spending. Consumption, which makes up close to 70% of GDP, was still growing at a solid +1.8% pace.  GDP is expected to rebound in the second quarter to 2.7% ...

JCP&L, FirstEnergy Remind Public to Have a Safety-First Summer

With the Fourth of July fast approaching and the summer months upon us, Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), and its parent company, FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), are reminding the public to be cautious of potential electrical hazards associated with popular outdoor activities. Celebrating responsibly will help keep customers safe and the electricity flowing reliably this ...

Union County Celebrates Plastic Free July by Asking Residents to "Take the Challenge"

The Union County Board of County Commissioners and Union County Clean Communities would like to encourage residents to celebrate and participate in Plastic Free July!

"Finding ways to go plastic free is easier than you think and residents can certainly do a lot on a personal level to help save the environment,” said Commissioner Chair Rebecca Williams. “The information ...

Designer Thom Filicia Headlines Charity Event for Women’s Health

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — CWI.Design and other guests helped celebrate and fund the Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation (CDBCF) Spring Luncheon. The May 5 event took place at Maplewood Country Club. Designer Thom Filicia headlined the event.

During the lunch program, guests heard from CDBCF President Becky Morano and other representatives of the organization. Morano talked about the ...

All in the Family

On a stifling hot moonlit night in the summer of 1871, the infamous outlaw and gun slinger, John Wesley Hardin, shot a man for snoring.

Legend has it that Hardin, traveling with his cousin Gip Clements, fell back in his room at the American House Hotel in Abilene, Kansas after a raucous night drinking. The next door down, rancher Charles Cougar was sleeping peacefully, if noisily, in his room.

Agent Spotlight: Phillip Migliaccio

Phillip “Phil” Migliaccio, Sales Associate in the Morristown office, is an award-winning Realtor! With over 30 years in the real estate business, Phil has assisted hundreds of clients in their journey to become proud homeowners. Their satisfaction leads to one of his greatest attributes; his large amount of repeat customers. And it’s not just his clients who love his ...