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We Will All Get Through This

March 30, 2020

Dear Summit neighbors,

Since 1962, the Summit Volunteer First Squad has been there for the residents of Summit.  For our friends. For our neighbors. For our visiting guests. And in this trying time, our mission has not waivered.  We remain here for you.

But like everyone, we are operating differently now.  We respond with smaller, two person crews for safety. We have ...

Summit EMS Response Report - February, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 135 emergency calls for help in February. These included 82 medical emergencies: eight motor vehicle accidents, including an overturned and another into a building; five traumatic injuries; 16 falls; five reports of poisoning or overdose; two pedestrians struck by a motor vehicle; three responses to a medical alarm; ...

TAPinto Triples Site Traffic in March 2020, Breaking All-Time Readership Record; Facebook Journalism Project Awards Grants to Two TAPinto Franchisees for Coronavirus Coverage

April 2, 2020

Local news coverage, now perhaps more than ever, is an essential service to keep readers informed.  TAPinto’s network of over 80 local news sites in New Jersey, New York and Florida broke all readership records in March with 9,628,289 pageviews and 3,412,844 readers, an increase of 300% from February 2020.  Meanwhile, last week, two TAPinto owner/publishers, ...

Smith + Schwartzstein, LLC Obtains $2 Million Settlement in Wrongful Death Case

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – March 27, 2020 - The Law Firm of Smith + Schwartzstein LLC recently obtained a $2 million settlement against the County of Morris in a wrongful death case involving an individual in custody at the Morris County Jail.

The plaintiff, Charles Petrock, Jr., a 42-year-old man with five children, was pulled over for having a broken taillight, and was subsequently arrested ...


Our commitment to Summit and all of our communities will never change. We live in a special community with extraordinary people. Now it is more important than ever to show kindness.

We are in this together and will be stronger than ever.

We have consistently pioneered the use of technology as a resource for our clients and agents alike, and we are using that ...

Taxes in the Time of Coronavirus

Amidst a pandemic, it’s hard to think of tax relief as much of a positive.  However, Congress and the IRS have given taxpayers a little less to worry about.  Like everything else, the situation is in flux. Here are current highlights:

Most 2019 non-corporate income tax returns, along with any balance due, are delayed until July 15.

First-quarter estimated payments ...

The One-of-a-Kind To-Do List

Finding oneself required to stay at home can produce many different feelings.  Anxiety, frustration, loneliness, sad, overwhelmed – you might find that your emotions are running the entire gamut.  The lack of structure, changes in routine and the daily news updates on the COVID-19 pandemic are generating stress and anxiety in particular.  There is a tendency to want to catch ...

Objects in the Mirror

Not having many friends, I know a thing or two about social distancing. When you are short on personality like me, it is actually quite easy to keep people at a safe distance for long periods of time. But for everyone else, I understand it can be quite a challenge. So in the spirit of really annoying magazine articles, I offer you . . .

Seven Tips to Maintain Your Distance and Your Sanity with ...