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A brief history of the Villadom TIMES

The Villadom Times is a family-owned and operated community newspaper, published weekly and delivered free of charge by U.S. Mail to 57,400 households and businesses in northwest Bergen County, New Jersey. Zone 1 circulates in Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes and Midland Park; Zone 2 in Ridgewood and Glen Rock; Zone 3 in Waldwick, Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Saddle River and Upper Saddle River and Zone 4 in Ramsey and Mahwah.
Publishers Albert and Ester Vierheilig started the newspaper in 1987 to provide readers with coverage of local news and events not covered by regional newspapers. Over the years the publication has developed a loyal audience which looks forward to receiving the paper in their mailbox

The Villadom TIMES has been serving the community as a free-circulation newspaper for 27 years. It’s a family-owned newspaper published by Albert and Ester Vierheilig.

Launched with a single edition, Villadom TIMES has expanded over the course of two decades. The newspaper now serves four zones and a dozen Northwest Bergen County communities. With a total circulation of 57,400, it is distributed 100% by U.S. Mail to homes and businesses within the circulation area (Franklin Lakes, Midland Park, Wyckoff, Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Waldwick, Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Saddle River, Upper Saddle River, Ramsey and Mahwah).

While local news is not always pleasant, Villadom TIMES strives to bring its communities stories that make readers proud of their hometowns and their fellow residents, rather than sensationalized versions of controversial events. The editorial staff works to meet the publicity needs of a wide variety of local organizations and Villadom advertisers. The sales staff also works closely with the local chambers of commerce.

She credits the staff with the Villadom TIMES’ ability to serve the needs of residents as well as businesses “We have a small staff, but they are skilled, knowledgeable, versatile and truly committed to our readers and our advertisers. We wouldn’t have the quality product we have if it weren’t for them. Al and I are blessed to have them as part of our extended family,” Ester concluded.


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Nickie Lisella Awarding 2014
Allendale Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
to Jared Mezzatesta


2014 Board of Directors: Meredith Desmond-recording secy, Lou & Kathleen Scipione-treasurers, Adrienne Tenbekjian-president, Nickie Lisella-past president, Zach Lisella-V.P.


Joe and Nickie Lisella congratulate Bobbie and Mike Kunisch on being Honorees at the Colleen Giblin Foundation's 2011 Humanitarian Dinner.



The Chamber's 80th Anniversary Celebration will be Sat. Nov. 7, 2015, details to follow.