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Real Estate Wisdoms for 2021 Sellers

“The timing of your decision is just as important

as the decision you make.”

— John C. Maxell
 

The Art of Good Timing

As with many things, timing is everything when it comes to selling or buying a home. Local sellers, for example, profited from the incredible demand for homes last year with buyers who jumped on low mortgage rates and sought less crowded ...

Stretching seems straight forward, but is it really?

When most people think of stretching, they immediately associate it with bending over and touching your toes in the morning or maybe even doing a few lunges before going on a jog. But what if I told you, there was actually much more to it than that? 

The certified professionals at StretchLab, a new and innovative health and wellness provider, have made a name for themselves by showing ...

A Simple (But Effective!) Way to Reduce Post-Holiday Stress

Just because the bulk of the holidays have already passed, this certainly doesn’t mean that the stress that goes along with them is also in the rearview. Most, if not all of us, still have some looming anxiety regarding getting back to work, making sure our arrangements are in order, and an overall concern if 2021 will be anything like 2020. However, we have a very simple solution that ...

A Week at the Library of the Chathams Monday, January 25 – Sunday, January 31, 2021

Chatham Borough Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz Meeting with Residents

Wednesday, January 27 – 7 pm

Chatham Borough Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz will hold a virtual town meeting with residents to answer questions concerning community issues.  Due to time constraints, those attending this meeting are asked to submit their questions by email to library staff member Emily LaJeunesse ...

A Week at the Library of the Chathams Monday, January 18 – Sunday, January 24, 2021

Library Survey: Help the Library Work for You!
This past year has required our communities to adapt to a new way of learning and exploring. We responded to the needs of the community in ways we've not had to in the past. Our Annual Report outlines what we did.
We designed a brief survey to better understand how the library plays a role in your lives during the pandemic, and ...

Claiming Social Security Part Two -- Claiming if Widowed or Divorced

Last quarter, we reviewed Social Security basics and how single and married people should strategize claiming benefits.  This quarter, we’ll review options for the widowed and divorced, who have more factors to consider.

First, a fast overview of the basics:  the key number in claiming Social Security is your Primary Insurance Amount (PIA), your benefit at Full Retirement Age ...

Weichert Realtors John Tunny and Mary Weichert Sit Down with Chatham Historian Liz Holler

January 26, 2021

Weichert Realtors John Tunny and Mary Weichert took a deep dive into some Chatham history with longtime resident Liz Holler, the author of the 2005 book "My Town by a River".

Here's what they found out from their interview with Holler.

Q: What was the inspiration behind your book "My Town by a River"?

Holler: Another Chatham resident, MaryAnn Mann and I ...

Foods That Make You Feel Good When You’re Craving New Jersey Classics

January 23, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Disco fries, deep-fried Italian hot dogs, cheesy breakfast sandwiches — New Jersey restaurants are home to foods we crave, even if they’re not the best choices for our bodies on a daily basis.

We wondered, when it comes nutrition, can you have your cheesecake and eat it, too?

Michele Smith, licensed mental health counselor, certified intuitive eating counselor ...

Obituaries

Alan J. Robertson 92, of Bonita Springs, FL and a former resident of Chatham ...
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Inauguration of President Joe Biden: Report from Washington D.C. with Photojournalist Julian Leshay

January 20, 2021

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Executive Producer Brian Brodeur spoke with independent photojournalist Julian Leshay, live from Washington, D.C., on Inauguration Day about his experiences in the nation’s capital as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris became the next president and vice president.

Leshay spoke to Brodeur via Zoom as he photographed images from the historic day at “one of the closest ...