Kaitlyn Kanzler, North Jersey News

Kaitlyn Kanzler

North Jersey News

Woodland Park, NJ, United States

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Recent:
  • North Jersey News
Past:
  • Daily Record
  • Poughkeepsie Journal
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • MyCentralJersey
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Courier-Post
  • USA TODAY
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • WLTX
  • wusa9
  • and more…

Recent articles by Kaitlyn:

Parents' group files ethics complaint against Nutley school board president

A group of parents who oppose mask mandates filed an ethics complaint against Charles Kucinski and requested that he resign from his position. → Read More

Millburn fertility clinic to pay nearly $500K following data breach of 14,663 patients

The Diamond Institute for Infertility and Menopause had multiple instances of unauthorized access to electronic protected health information. → Read More

Son of Glen Ridge officer who died of COVID gets birthday wish of receiving vaccine

Gavin Roberts, 12, got the Pfizer vaccine for his birthday on Sunday, just over a year after his Glen Ridge police officer father died of COVID. → Read More

Cedar Grove ambulance squad wants more calls, but says town is 'holding us back'

The Cedar Grove Ambulance & Rescue Squad is looking to once again become the township's primary responders after becoming secondaries in January. → Read More

Nutley elementary school teacher files a second lawsuit against district

Andreula claims a principal ignored her emails and the district waged a campaign to disparage her after her suit against the Nutley school district. → Read More

She's 100 and 'whips butt' on crossword puzzles. What's her secret?

Ruth Ness turned 100 on Aug. 26 and celebrated with friends and family. → Read More

Bloomfield man killed during Ida was probably electrocuted, police say

Aventino Soares of Bloomfield is believed to have been electrocuted while trying to hook up a generator during Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Ida death toll in NJ rises to 25: What to know and updates in days after brutal storm

The death toll continues to rise in New Jersey in the wake of Ida, one of the deadliest storms to hit the state in recent history. → Read More

Woman struck and killed by NJ Transit train in Garfield

The train was out of service for customers and being moved on the Bergen line Friday after the death in Garfield. → Read More

No, Tropical Depression Ida did not free the animals from the Turtle Back Zoo

The Essex County Executive and the Turtle Back Zoo confirmed that all the animals at the zoo were safe and inside during Ida despite rumors. → Read More

Two former students sue West Essex schools, saying they were abused by teacher in 1978

Two men accused a former West Essex Middle School teacher, now dead, of sexually assaulting them in 1978 in a pair of lawsuits filed in Superior Court in Essex County → Read More

Suspicious package shuts down office building in Teaneck

Teaneck police and the Bergen County Bomb Squad are investigating a suspicious package near an office building on Frank W. Burr Boulevard. → Read More

Tornado touchdown confirmed in Rockaway Township

Few details were available about the tornado that was confirmed to have touched down in Rockaway Township on Wednesday night. → Read More

Tornado touchdown confirmed in Rockaway Township

Few details were available about the tornado that was confirmed to have touched down in Rockaway Township on Wednesday night. → Read More

Tornado touchdown confirmed in Rockaway Township

Few details were available about the tornado that was confirmed to have touched down in Rockaway Township on Wednesday night. → Read More

Montclair mourns death of local NAACP president, Albert Pelham

A passionate advocate for civil rights, Albert Pelham was a Montclair native and was president of the Montclair NAACP, → Read More

Bloomfield gives the OK for marijuana sales in town. Here's how many stores there could be

Six retail marijuana stores will be allowed in Bloomfield after the township council passed their ordinance. → Read More

Rutherford resident to buy Williams Center with hopes of saving historic theater

Chuck Olvio is not new to redevelopment within Rutherford, and now he is hoping to save the Williams Center. → Read More

German discount grocer Lidl to debut its newest store in Belleville this month

The German-based discount grocery store is located on Main Street in Belleville. → Read More

Tornado touched down in Verona, National Weather Service confirms

The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Verona, causing damage to two homes. → Read More