Healing Together – Curémonos

In May of 2003, Dora Arias received a diagnosis that all women fear – breast cancer. Within seconds her life was forever changed.  Initially overwhelmed by fear and uncertainty, but with the support of her husband, family, friends, support group and her team of doctors, Dora eventually emerged from this tunnel of darkness and beat cancer. Dora’s experience changed her life in many positive ways and taught... Read More

Paying it Forward Halos for Angels, Inc

When tragedy strikes, lives can get turned upside down.  For some, it can destroy. For others, it can become a source of strength. For Karen Casolaro, tragedy made her infinitely stronger. In 2008, Karen received an abnormal mammogram result. During the ensuing days, she felt like an uncontrollable cloud had come over her.  For over a year, Karen endured additional testing, biopsies, a lumpectomy and ultimately,... Read More

Pathway’s Support for Women with Cancer

Studies have found that women with cancer that have strong emotional and physical support tend to better adjust to the changes cancer brings to their lives, have a more positive outlook and often report a better quality of life. For the past 25 year, the Pathways program at the Connections in Summit has been helping to provide that support.  One of the only local organizations that provides direct services to women... Read More

Sports are a Lab for Life – Wolve’s Basketball Academy

Playing on a team can have many positive benefits for a child, such as teaching hard work, fair play, how to overcome adversity and perseverance to name a few. These are lessons that apply not only to sports, but to all areas of their life. As a parent of a child who plays a sport or wants to play a sport, you hope that the experience is a positive one. You hope that the focus is on more than just winning. Unfortunately,... Read More

Our Communities Nab Top Spots in US News Recent Rankings

Yesterday, US News & World Report came out with their 2019 rankings of best high schools in the country and in each state. New Jersey did not disappoint! In our corner of the state, 13 public high schools ranked among the top 10% in the country. US News also ranked 407 New Jersey public schools and once again, 8 schools in our surrounding communities earned high marks ranking among the top 10% in the state. The... Read More

Sue Adler Team Open Houses Saturday, May 4 & Sunday, May 5, 2019

The Sue Adler Team has 12 fabulous open houses this weekend. The following properties will be open to the public on Saturday, May 4 & Sunday, May 5, 2019! Click each listing below for more details and photos, or click here to view all open houses. Saturday, May 4, 2pm to 4pm 30 Sherbrooke Pkwy, Livingston, NJ 07039 $499,000 9 Bailey Rd, Millburn, NJ 07041 $699,000 39 Glendale Rd, Summit, NJ 07901 $1,499,000 Sunday,... Read More

Call Us To Take Your Exterior Photography Today

Thinking about moving sometime over the next several months? The time to take exterior photography is NOW! Want to Buy a Home? Search All Homes Want to Sell a Home? Get a Home Value Report Attend our next Home Seller Workshop! Register Here It’s springtime – and one of the most vibrant ones we’ve seen in years – the greens are greener, the trees are flowering, and your landscaping is... Read More

ECLC of New Jersey is More Than Just a School

Once upon a time, the outlook for becoming a contributing member of society for a child with Down Syndrome or other severe learning disability was poor. Before the 1970’s and 1980’s, there were no mandated programs or services for children with special needs. Often, infants were institutionalized. Parents of these children stepped into the void, coming together to form organizations, such as Education, Careers... Read More

The Brooke Healey Foundation

In January of 2013, 5 year old Brooke Healey was diagnosed with a type of brain tumor known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), an inoperable and very aggressive tumor located in the middle of the brain stem that affects only children and has no cure. For eight months, Brooke bravely fought the tumor all the while never complaining and always smiling. Her battle inspired people from all over the... Read More

Playground Fever

Spring is here! The temperature is warmer. The days are longer. It’s time to drag the kiddies from the couch and reintroduce them to the outside.  The good news is that the area is full of amazing playgrounds where children can slide, swing, climb and splash the day away. Here are some local playgrounds that will make you wish you were a kid again: Ponderosa Farm Park, Scotch Plains This popular Park has two great... Read More