Marsha A. Stoltz, North Jersey News

Marsha A. Stoltz

North Jersey News

Woodland Park, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Marsha:

Mahwah declares Wireless Edge in breach of contract to secure cell tower carrier

The Mahwah town council gives Wireless Edge 45 days to find a carrier or default on its contract, it declared. → Read More

Ho-Ho-Kus Crossings site proposed for 'area in need of redevelopment'

Burgis Associates to recommend redevelopment area in Ho-Ho-Kus. → Read More

92-year-old Ramsey bike shop owner counted Springsteen and Nixon as customers. Now he's retiring

Andre Hartmann will close Ramsey Bike and Ski shop after 44 years in three locales in Ramsey. → Read More

Coronavirus graffiti under investigation at Wyckoff Chinese restaurant

Police are investigating an act of vandalism at a Chinese restaurant Wednesday morning after someone wrote "coronavirus" and "COVID-19" on the walls. → Read More

Mahwah council issues unanimous vote of no confidence in mayor

Resident confrontations drive no-confidence vote for Mahwah mayor → Read More

Ridgewood honors George Floyd with 'Evening of Solidarity'

Some 2,000 masked supporters marched from the train station to the Ridgewood YMCA parking lot . → Read More

Ramsey school takes grand prize for video teaching students how to use library from home

Eric S. Smith Middle School in Ramsey took home the grand prize in the international OverDrive School Stars contest. → Read More

Early morning three-alarm fire displaces two Hackensack families

Early morning three-alarm fire displaces two Hackensack families → Read More

Ruling on Saddle River affordable housing postponed to July 30

A second postponement to July 30 has been called on Saddle River compliance with its affordable housing settlement agreement → Read More

Ramsey schools superintendent wins Communicator of the Year Award

NJ School Public Relations Association presents first Communicator of the Year Award to Schools Superintendent Matthew Murphy. → Read More

Wyckoff raises flag to celebrate Pride Month, but not without controversy

Wyckoff Mayor Tim Shanley was the first mayor to raise the pride flag in the township, but two committee members objected to the way it was done. → Read More

Drive-in movies are popping up throughout North Jersey. Here's what to expect if you go

With indoor movies shuttered, some New Jersey towns are getting in the game with small pop-ups. → Read More

PepsiCo face shields donated to four Bergen County municipalities

PepsiCo face shields received by four municipalities in Bergen County → Read More

Wyckoff to launch Pride Month by raising rainbow flag after committee refused to last year

Although Wyckoff officials refused to fly it last year, the Pride Flag with raised to mark the start of Pride Month on June 1. → Read More

Wyckoff's clerk to retire after 31 years of service

Joyce Santimauro, the township's clerk since 1994, will retire May 31 after 31 years of service to the municipality. → Read More

Northern Highlands student generates college spirit with mask fundraiser

Northern Highlands senior Nicole Alexander coordinates college face mask effort to benefit Valley Hospital with UniMasks. → Read More

Mahwah High School staff, faculty deliver graduation gowns, mementos to seniors

All 234 graduating Mahwah seniors received a delivery from faculty and staff that included cap and gown, a rose and a historic map of the borough. → Read More

Man dead in police-involved shooting in Paterson

The NJ Attorney General's Office is required to investigate whenever a person dies in custody or during an encounter with a law enforcement officer. → Read More

Three North Jersey strangers combine efforts to honor Holy Name workers

Strangers from three North Jersey towns combine efforts to honor Holy Name Hospital workers in Teaneck with Dairy Queen gift cards. → Read More

Northern Highlands HS students collect letters to help cheer up isolated senior citizens

Unable to volunteer at the Promenade at Chestnut Ridge senior living facility, the two sisters have joined a national letter-writing effort. → Read More