Marsha A. Stoltz, North Jersey News

Marsha A. Stoltz

North Jersey News

Woodland Park, NJ, United States

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  • North Jersey News
Past:
  • Daily Record
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Marsha:

Ramapo Indian Hills school board candidates tell police that campaign flyer is a fake

A fake brochure misrepresenting the candidacy of Ramapo Indian Hills school board candidate Aaron Lorenz has been reported to police, he confirmed. → Read More

Boy Scouts are asking abuse survivors to OK a $1.9B settlement. It's too little, some say

Thursday was the deadline for the Boy Scouts of America to circulate its fifth amended $1.9 billion offer to resolve abuse claims by 82,500 people. → Read More

Ramapo Indian Hills school board vice president resigns on 'short notice'

John Butto's resignation was read by Board President Filomena Laforgia, who said she had received it on "short notice." → Read More

This hidden Halloween maze in Ridgewood has been bewildering visitors for 26 years

The Ridgewood maze is roofless and overseen from a raised deck. Equipped with spotlights and bullhorns, they assure the lost that help's on the way → Read More

Englewood Cliffs GOP wins court OK to fill council seat, then rejects all the nominees

At a council meeting Thursday evening, Republican Councilman Ramon Ferro nominated three candidates in succession by teleconference. → Read More

Judge rules Englewood Cliffs GOP can pick council member's replacement

In the latest round of musical chairs, a Superior Court judge rules that the Republicans can pick a replacement for ex-council President William Woo. → Read More

Trouble-plagued Mahwah cell tower will take 'years' to install, council president says

The trouble-plagued cell tower project has been in discussion over at least 16 years and several Mahwah administrations. → Read More

Ridgewood schools getting two-way radios so police can better respond in emergencies

The Ridgewood Board of Education has approved a $249,564 contract with Motorola Solutions for radio communication upgrades at its nine schools. → Read More

Ramsey schools on alert out of caution following 'suggestion of violence' by parent

Security was stepped up at Ramsey's five schools after a "single, verbal suggestion of violence" made by a parent against Eric Smith Middle School. → Read More

No one wants to be a crossing guard, so Ridgewood turns to national search firm for help

Ridgewood's crossing guard shortage is playing out in other school districts across the nation. The pandemic labor shortage may be to blame. → Read More

A raging brook swallowed up a big chunk of their backyard during Ida. What happens now?

In four hours, Kurt and Tara Hopfenspirger watched 6 feet of their backyard disappear into the Hohokus Brook as Ida floodwaters raged. → Read More

Wyckoff BOE goes against Township Committee, votes to reinstate November elections

The Wyckoff Board of Education went against the Township Committee's wishes by voting to return its election to November. → Read More

Suspended Wyckoff middle school principal to resign, in exchange for paid leave of absence

Wyckoff middle school principal Christopher Iasiello's resignation will become effective after June 30, 2022. → Read More

Ramapo Indian Hills school board president ignored mask mandate, teachers union says

The union cited board President Filomena Laforgia last Thursday for her "blatant disregard of Governor Murphy’s mask mandate." → Read More

Two will vie for council seat as Ridgewood transitions to November vote

Ridgewood moved nonpartisan council elections from May to November after a referendum in which voters approved the change. → Read More

Wyckoff Township Committee moves school elections to April, angering school board leader

The move comes after a tempestuous year in which the school board had to deal with reactions to the suspension of a principal and assistant principal. → Read More

Second person guilty in scheme that cost Ridgefield Park company $547K

A Connecticut woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to commit wire fraud with a coworker against a Ridgefield Park security system company. → Read More

This 99-year-old Bergen man was a Flying Tiger in WWII, and he's still standing proud

Franklin Lakes native and decorated World War II pilot will be honored by Mayor and Council on his 100th birthday Tuesday → Read More

Wyckoff BOE hires interim principal, but still no word about what happened to Iasiello

Maria Corso, a retired principal, was hired as interim principal for Wyckoff's Eisenhower Middle School for $700 per day. → Read More

Noisy pickleball play restricted again in Ridgewood

To further reduce the pickleball player population, the Ridgewood Village Council also approved price increases for pickleball play. → Read More