Arts in the Garden: Mendelssohn & Coleridge-Taylor

Take in the sounds of chamber works by Mendelssohn and Coleridge-Taylor, curated by NJSO Concertmaster Eric Wyrick and performed by New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players.

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Add to My Calendar 07/07/2021 7:00pm 07/07/2021 9:00pm America/New_York Arts in the Garden: Mendelssohn & Coleridge-Taylor

Take in the sounds of chamber works by Mendelssohn and Coleridge-Taylor, curated by NJSO Concertmaster Eric Wyrick and performed by New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players.

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The Summit Republicans’ Confusing Position on the Broad Street West Redevelopment Project

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Mr. Steven Spurr and the other Republican candidates sent a mailing to my home advertising that they are running for Common Council in the November Election. The text reads: 

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On May 20, 2021, a virtual public meeting was held to unveil Summit’s Broad Street West redevelopment project, which detailed significant changes to our downtown — specifically a dramatic remaking of where our firehouse, post office and parking lot between the Library and YMCA sit today. 

What had been publicly proposed for the entire area in question was a 6-story parking ...

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In the month of July the Summit Fire Department responded to 233 calls for service, including: 

7/4/21 9:59PM: Automatic aid response for a reported structure fire in Springfield, NJ. Summit units  assisted on scene with overhaul. A modified signal 11 of off duty personnel was transmitted for station coverage while units operated out of town. 

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Summit Police Blotter

October 18, 2021

9/03/2021—At 1527 hours a report was taken for an unsecured stolen bicycle from a Beechwood Road business. Taken was (1) Blue Giant ATX 26-inch bicycle, valued at $510.  

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LISTEN: Peapack Private Wealth's Dietze Says 'Things Look Reasonable for Equity Investors Going Forward'

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Peapack Private Wealth Management's David Dietze appeared live with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller, sharing real-time analysis of the latest inflation data and several stock picks!

Note - segment begins att 6:10 mark

With Trust and Integrity, Peapack Private provides comprehensive financial, tax, fiduciary and investment advice to individuals, ...

Lantern Hill Resident Finds Plenty to Keep Her Busy in Retirement

One of the most fulfilling aspects of life at Lantern Hill, the Erickson Senior Living community in New Providence, N.J., is the opportunity to pursue a wide variety of activities in the company of friends and neighbors. That’s certainly the case for Sally Schuckman, who moved to Lantern Hill the first month it opened in 2016.

“Life is busy at Lantern Hill!” says Sally.

Summit Real Estate Report - September, 2021

Prominent Property 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 August 2021.

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There is no justification for tolerating bullies!

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Buggin' Halloween Photo Contest

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Recycling has been subject to statewide rules in New Jersey since 1987, but questions continually arise about recycling. The Union County Bureau of Recycling and Planning wants to help residents learn the rules and “Recycle Right.” Here are answers to four of the most frequently asked questions we receive about recycling in Union County:

Q: What is ACCPTABLE in my curbside ...

What About the Bird?

Spoiler alert: It dies.

Imagine you are sitting in the cabin of an Airbus 320 airplane. The plane has just taken off when the shy young woman sitting in the window seat next to you hesitantly taps you on the shoulder signaling that she needs to get out of her seat.

By way of apologetic explanation, she jerks her thumb toward the postage stamp window. “The engine is on fire,” she ...