JCP&L in the Community

6 Ways to Balance Your Immune System

With flu season and winter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your immune health. While many people seek ways to boost their immune system, it’s more important to balance it.

What’s the difference? “When you boost your immune system, you may make it respond too aggressively to infection, which can push you towards autoimmunity and increase your ...

Bike Share Program in Summit

November 30, 2022

I want to start off by introducing myself. My name is Anna Gohring. I grew up in Summit and have lived there my whole life. Currently, I am a student at the University of New Hampshire majoring in Sustainability and Communication and minoring in Business. My goal is to take what I learn and encourage others to take action, essentially the reason for my letter today.

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Upcoming Events


Thu, December 01
07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Summit High School Auditorium , Summit

'The Sum of Us' with Heather McGhee

Sun, December 04
06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

St Teresa of Avila Church - Memorial Hall, Summit

Advent True Presence Night - The Vigil ...


Sun, December 04
01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Zumbini with Allie, New Providence

HOLIDAY FAIR: Small Business Vendor ...

Summit Police Blotter

November 28, 2022

11/21/2022 — At 0823 hours a report was taken for a theft that occurred at a Morris Avenue business. The victim stated they left their laptop in a conference room unoccupied between the hours of 0700 and 1100 on 11/18/22. Taken was a silver Lenovo Thinkpad valued at $1500.  

11/22/2022 — At 1453 hours a report was taken for a theft that occurred at a Morris ...

Summit EMS Report - Sept. / Oct., 2022

After answering 201 calls in August, Summit’s EMS Volunteers responded to 204 emergency calls during September and 182 in October.  Responses for the two-month period included 258 medical emergencies; 33 falls; 24 motor vehicle accidents, including five on a highway and two into a building; 20 traumatic injuries; 17 cases of overdose or poisoning; eight responses to a medical alarm; ...

Summit’s Ann Beardsley Sworn In as Advocate for Foster Youth

November 30, 2022

Summit’s Ann Beardsley was among Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Union County’s most recent class of volunteer advocates sworn in by Superior Court Judge Lara DiFabrizio at the Union County Family Courthouse in Elizabeth. Judge DiFabrizio thanked the incoming advocates for the work they’ve done in training to become an advocate and the work they will now begin. The ...

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Receives Multiple Grants

Summit, NJ (November 23, 2022)—The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (VACNJ) recently received multiple grant awards from several funders signifying VACNJ’s continued commitment to empowering people to see, make, and learn about art. The grants awarded to the Art Center were:

PwC Charitable Foundation awarded VACNJ $25,000 to support VACNJ’s partnership with Cultures and ...

Summit Real Estate Report - October, 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 October 2022.

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FirstEnergy Employees Light the Way for 25 Years

A photo gallery of FirstEnergy through the years is available on Flickr.

In November 1997, two electric utilities from America’s heartland, Ohio Edison Company of Akron, Ohio, and Cleveland, Ohio-based Centerior Energy, joined to form FirstEnergy Corp. The union created a stronger organization with greater resources to safely deliver power to 2.2 million customers in Ohio and ...

Try 4 New Ways to Trim Holiday Waste This Year

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the amount of trash generated by American households can jump an average of 25 percent between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. Union County residents can help reduce excess waste at home by exploring new opportunities to conserve resources.

“Cutting down on waste at the source is important, and we also want to make sure that ...

Here Today

Last week I lost over a billion dollars. Yes, billion with a B.

Fortunately my initial investment was only four dollars, so I don't feel too bad. But still, to see a billion dollars in personal wealth go poof at the drop of a hat, or in this case a powerball, is pretty hard to swallow.

OK, you can argue that I never really had a billion dollars, but between the time I bought my lottery ...

Agent Spotlight: Roman Drukarov

Roman Drukarov, Sales Associate in the Livingston office, is your go to agent for commercial real estate! One of the principal members of our Commercial Real Estate division, he has a long history in finance that forms the foundation of his real estate experience. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Rutgers’ Business School, Roman worked as a Mortgage-backed Security Pricing Analyst for ...