Marsha A. Stoltz, North Jersey News

Marsha A. Stoltz

North Jersey News

Woodland Park, NJ, United States

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  • Daily Record
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Marsha:

Wyckoff names Beth Fischer to fill open seat; two women on committee for first time

Democratic nominee Beth Fischer joins Melissa Rubenstein, who in 2017 became the first Jewish member and only the second woman elected. → Read More

Oakland's new roller hockey rink is ready for the season, to be dedicated Friday

"The only thing left is to officially drop the puck," recreation Chairman Mike Guadagnino said of Friday evening's dedication ceremony. → Read More

Longtime Upper Saddle River Borough Clerk Rose Vido Caporuscio dies

The borough's clerk for the last 21 years, Rose Vido Caporuscio, 84, died on Sunday, announced officials. She worked for the borough for 36 years. → Read More

Aldi, Pet Goods coming to Ramsey Square on Route 17

Did you know that Aldi is short for Albrecht Discount? The boutique-size grocer with private labels is one of the stores on their way. → Read More

Mahwah cancels annual bus trip to Manhattan, upsetting senior residents

The annual Senior Center's bus trip to Manhattan next week will be the last as the township puts an end to its excursions for senior citizens. → Read More

Upper Saddle River police lieutenant gets retirement 'walkout'

A 29-year veteran of the Upper Saddle River Police Department received a walkout ceremony upon his retirement from the force Thursday. → Read More

Upper Saddle River school celebrates Blue Ribbon award with Escape Room challenge

Upper Saddle River celebrates its Blue Ribbon award with a week of festivities and educational challenges that included getting out of an Escape Room. → Read More

Proposed NJ horse license plate would support therapy riding programs for veterans

NJ horse license plate won committee approval. If approved by the Senate, it would fund riding programs for veterans, individuals with disabilities. → Read More

Allendale students thank veterans for their service through poetry and song

Hillisde School students honors veterans at breakfast with writing, song, and video. → Read More

Three women nominated to fill vacant Democratic Wyckoff committee seat

The nomination of three women means the governing body will have two women for the first time in its history. → Read More

Ramsey church undergoes training to help veterans suffering from 'moral injury'

First Presbyterian Church parishioners gathered Monday in Ramsey to honor the victims of 'moral injury.' → Read More

Gone but not forgotten: Ramsey students honor fallen veterans in morning announcements

Each veteran is honored twice a year⁠— on their date of birth and the day they died. → Read More

Saddle River Council won't overturn approval of 19-acre 'boutique' horse farm

Saddle River Council lets stand zoning board's approval of 19-acre 'boutique' boarding horse farm. → Read More

Ramsey voters approve $711K budget increase for all-day kindergarten

Ramsey proceeds with construction plans for all-day kindergarten following referendum approval for staffing. → Read More

Mahwah library ballot question seeks more funds to expand services

On the average home valued at $500,000, the taxpayer would pay an annual increase of $20.76 if the library referendum issue is approved. → Read More

Franklin Lakes parking lot reconfigured to help middle school traffic

Franklin Lakes Veterans Park lot reopens with more space for parent/student traffic near middle school → Read More

Four-generation jeweler closing after 98 years in North Jersey

Parian & Sons opened the first jewelry store in Clifton 98 years ago. In 2001, the Clifton store closed. Now, the Franklin Lakes location will close. → Read More

Ramapo Valley Reservation reopens following coyote attack

Park was closed by the Bergen County Sheriff's Office and township police to search for the coyote they assumed, based on behavior, was sick. → Read More

Ramsey's Olive Garden Italian Restaurant closes after 15 years on Route 17

After 15 years, Olive Garden Restaurant closes in Ramsey. No reason other than 'difficult business decision' was given. → Read More

Council conflicts could threaten group's effort to stop Saddle River horse farm

Talk of legal action and conflicts led councilmen to recuse themselves from voting on an appeal seeking to overturn the Patriot Farm approval. → Read More