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  • Short HIlls, NJ 07078
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Meet Sue Adler

Sue Adler has been the #1 Keller Williams agent in NJ for the past nine years, and leads one of the top Keller Williams teams worldwide, with annual production that will top $110 million in 2013.

As an "Outlier" who grew up in the Real Estate business, Sue has proven that it's possible to start over in any market and succeed. She was formerly the...Read More »

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Meet Internationally Renowned Artist Alexandra Nechita at Wentworth Gallery in Short Hills

Art fans will be thrilled to have the opportunity to meet the exceptional artist, Alexandra Nechita, at Short Hills’ Wentworth Gallery on August 23rd, from 5-8 p.m. Attendees of the gallery show can enjoy photos with the artist, dedications on the back of your art pieces, artist dependant freebies, like books. Alexandra Nechita, born in Romania in 1985, was considered a child prodigy by art connoisseurs throughout... Read More »


Chatham High School Ranked Number One in New Jersey

On Monday, New Jersey Monthly released its list of the top 100 schools, and Chatham High School ranked at the top. This prestigious report placed Chatham ahead of 338 other public high schools in New Jersey, based on analysis of a number of factors, including student/teacher ratio; student results on the SAT, HSPA and AP or IB tests; and graduation rates. Chatham High Principal Darren Groh told,... Read More »


New Jersey Boasts Best Schools in the United States

It’s back-to-school time, and parents have another reason to celebrate — a recent report shows that New Jersey has the best school systems in all of the United States. The study was conducted by a finance website called Wallethub, and used data from a number of sources, including the U.S. Census Bureau, the National Center for Educational Statistics and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Studying... Read More »