Kaitlyn Kanzler, North Jersey News

Kaitlyn Kanzler

North Jersey News

Woodland Park, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Kaitlyn:

NJ hospital says woman photographed at BLM counterprotest is 'no longer an employee'

Hackensack Meridian Health released a statement that Valerie Pastore is no longer employed at the company's Nutley hospital. → Read More

Celebrate Pride Month at Paramus Park mall drive-up festival

The Park to Show Pride event is organized by Washington Township couple Lisa and Jaimee Rizzo. → Read More

Belleville family loses three members in 10 days to coronavirus complications

Libia, Luis and Luis Marcelo Urgiles died of coronavirus complications within 10 days of each other. → Read More

Cedar Grove police getting body cameras after years of delays

Technical problems delayed the rollout of body cams for Cedar Grove police. → Read More

Cresskill woman stabbed to death and found in creek; two teens in custody

A 19-year-old man and 14-year-old were taken into custody after the body was found at about 2 a.m. Monday. → Read More

Belleville police searching for men who robbed gas station attendant at gunpoint

The suspects got away with $300 and were last seen fleeing south on Dow Street in Belleville Sunday. → Read More

Bloomfield to host drive-in movies, hybrid summer camp

The township's drive-in movies begin on June 16 while registration for a hybrid summer camp is expected around June 24. → Read More

Open for Business: Atelier Bridal delivers wedding dresses (and fun) to brides' homes

Atelier Bridal in Montclair is doing virtual appointments and at-home try ons for brides during the coronavirus pandemic, and maybe beyond → Read More

More than a jersey, team's gift shows support for family of Glen Ridge cop who died of COVID-19

Sgt. Charles Roberts' son Gavin was presented a hockey jersey with his father's badge number on the back. → Read More

Belleville failed to report corrective actions after coliforms found in water

Coliforms, a form of bacteria, were found in Belleville's drinking water and the township failed to report its corrective actions on time to the state. → Read More

Body found in Passaic River in Elmwood Park

Elmwood Park police confirmed a body was found in the Passaic River → Read More

CVS to open 11 drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in New Jersey

Several CVS testing sites are opening in New Jersey, including a number in North Jersey. → Read More

Cedar Grove woman turns 103, says secrets to long life are coffee, doughnuts and chocolate cake

Fran La Sala, 103, of Cedar Grove says doughnuts and coffee keep her young. She celebrated her birthday with a car parade. → Read More

Glen Ridge police give locker of sergeant who died of coronavirus to his son

The Glen Ridge Police Department gave Sgt. Charles Roberts' son his locker when he came to clean it out. → Read More

'Much beloved' Glen Ridge police officer dies of coronavirus complications

Officer Charles Roberts died Monday morning after his heart stopped due to coronavirus complications in late April. → Read More

Should you postpone or cancel your wedding because of coronavirus? Here's what experts say

Couples planning a wedding in summer are in a tough spot because of the coronavirus pandemic. Experts have some tips. → Read More

Open for Business: Rohsler's Allendale Nursery transitions back to on-site shopping

Rohsler's Allendale Nursery switched back to allowing people to come shop on-site after delivery and pick-up only for eight weeks. → Read More

Open for Business: Eisele's Nursery in Paramus an oasis amid the coronavirus pandemic

While it may not be business as usual, Eisele's Nursery and Garden Center of NJ in Paramus is continuing to provide gardeners with everything they need. → Read More

Belleville mayor has coronavirus antibodies, believes he had COVID-19 months ago

Mayor Michael Melham said he was very sick towards the end of November and recently tested positive for coronavirus antibodies. → Read More

Office of Inspector General looking into undelivered ballots in Belleville

Vote-by-mail ballots for the May 12 municipal election were undelivered and the Office of Inspector General is investigating. → Read More