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Cecilia Levine

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  1. 'True Marine': Friend Helps Teaneck Veteran In Need Of Car

    'True Marine': Friend Helps Teaneck Veteran In Need Of Car

    What should have been an honorable day for U.S. Marine Charles Whitlock of Ridgefield went terribly wrong when he hit a flood while driving on Route 46.It not only severely damaged his SUV -- it left Whitlock unable to get to and from his job on Long Island.Hoping to help him, a longtime friend has launched a GoFundMe campaign aimed at raising the estimated $5,000 he needs to ...

  2. These North Jersey School Districts Have Early Dismissals

    These North Jersey School Districts Have Early Dismissals

    With a combination of freezing rain and sleet ahead, North Jersey school districts are calling for early dismissals Thursday, Nov. 15.** This story will be updated periodically. Refresh link for updates and email clevine@dailyvoice.com with weather-related tips **BERGENCTC Academy Fair Lawn/Oakland (1 p.m.)Gerrard Berman Solomon Schechter, Oakland (2 p.m.)MahwahOakland (conferences) ...

  3. Meet Demarest's First Female Mayor Elect

    Meet Demarest's First Female Mayor Elect

    Melinda Iannuzzi is making history in Demarest.The councilwoman was elected the borough's first female mayor, replacing Raymond J. Cywinski.Iannuzzi hails from South Carolina but has lived in Demarest for nearly three decades.She was first elected to Borough Council in 2007 but lost her re-election bid in 2010.She won her seat back in 2013 and was re-elected in 2016.The 64-year-old ...

  4. THIS WEEKEND: Hackensack's Deputy Mayor Giving Away Free Turkeys

    THIS WEEKEND: Hackensack's Deputy Mayor Giving Away Free Turkeys

    Giving thanks is about giving back for Hackensack Deputy Mayor David Sims. For the second year in a row, Sims will be giving Thanksgiving turkeys to local families in need as part of of Hackensack Jr. Basketball’s (HJB) Turkey Give-A-Way.The deputy mayor will be in Carver Park on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. until noon. Recipients have been selected in advance by local ...

  5. North Jersey Liquor Store Sells Winning Lottery Ticket

    North Jersey Liquor Store Sells Winning Lottery Ticket

    A New Jersey Lottery ticket sold at a Bergen County liquor store will split a jackpot of $65,794.The Jersey Cash 5 ticket from the Nov. 13 drawing was sold at Joe's Liquor in Garfield. The other was sold in Lincoln Park. The winning numbers were 05, 07, 11, 15 and 20 and the XTRA number was: 03. The retailers will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for each winning ticket ...

  6. Handicap Accessible Swing Set Honors Late Clifton Preschool Teacher

    Handicap Accessible Swing Set Honors Late Clifton Preschool Teacher

    A 31-year-old Clifton teacher's memory lives on with a brand new handicap accessible swing set across from the school where she worked.An opening ceremony honoring Joann Zakrzewski was held last weekend at the Holster Park playground.Zakrzewski -- a School 16 preschool teacher for children with special needs -- won the district's Excellence in Education Award in 2014. Two years later, ...

  7. Library Restrictions Cause Uproar Among Mahwah Parents

    Library Restrictions Cause Uproar Among Mahwah Parents

    Several Mahwah public schools prohibit children from checking out library books whenever they want -- and parents are less than pleased.At the George Washington Elementary School, for example, the seemingly unprecedented rule mandates that children can only take out books every other week. At Joyce Kilmer, it's once every three weeks.Similar rules apply at the township's other two ...

  8. North Jersey Native Stars In New Christmas Movie

    North Jersey Native Stars In New Christmas Movie

    Bergen County native Kirrilee Berger is starring in a new Christmas movie.The 19-year-old, who hails from Teaneck, will play Stephanie in "I'll Be Next Door for Christmas," in theaters Dec. 4.Berger is also the voice of Poppy in a brand-new Nick Jr. animated series, "Butterbeans Cafe.The teen will star alongside MADtv's Nicole Sullivan -- who she's admired for as long as she can ...

  9. Surprise! RHONJ Star's Ex Listed Bergen County Mansion Without Telling Her

    Surprise! RHONJ Star's Ex Listed Bergen County Mansion Without Telling Her

    "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Danielle Staub's Bergen County home is for sale.And according to PEOPLE, she found out about it the same way you did -- by reading about it online.Staub, a Wayne native, had been married to Marty Caffrey for nearly four months when he filed for divorce in August, following a summer blow-out at the 7,500-square-foot Englewood ...

  10. 'Athletic Advantage:' Bergen Catholic Wants To Ban Wrestler Who Accused Coach Of Sex Abuse

    'Athletic Advantage:' Bergen Catholic Wants To Ban Wrestler Who Accused Coach Of Sex Abuse

    Bergen Catholic is trying to ban a former wrestler who accused a coach of sexual harassment from competing this season as a senior on his new school's team, alleging he sought "athletic advantage" by transferring out.Anthony "Tony" Asatrian claims his reason for withdrawing from the private school's team was because he was seeking relief due to a conflict with Coach David Bell -- ...

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