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Cecilia Levine

Managing Editor, New Jersey clevine@dailyvoice.com

Cecilia Levine’s career in journalism began her junior year at Pace University. While writing for the university's paper, she helped shed light on campus problems and, despite facing adversity on campus, couldn't see herself doing anything but reporting. The West Hartford Conn. native graduated in 2014, and began working for NorthJersey.com weeklies in Essex County. It was there that she launched a health column profiling locals battling serious illnesses, helped impact change to the local animal shelter and earned an NJPA award for health writing. Cecilia started off as a reporter for Daily Voice when the company launched its New Jersey pod in Summer 2015, and has since worked her way up to become the managing editor. She is proud to now call Bergen County "home.”

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  1. Sinead O'Connor In Heartbreaking Video: I'm Living In Hackensack Motel

    Sinead O'Connor In Heartbreaking Video: I'm Living In Hackensack Motel

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — In a heartbreaking video, Irish singer Sinead O'Connor said she's suicidal and living in a Hackensack motel.UPDATE: Press and celebrities stormed the motel parking lot Tuesday in search of O'Connor.O'Connor on Aug. 4 opened up about mental illness, saying she's living in a Travelodge (on Huyler Street in Teterboro) in the "arse end of New Jersey" and that ...

  2. REPORT: These Bergen County Schools Named Best In United States

    REPORT: These Bergen County Schools Named Best In United States

    Five New Jersey high schools including one in Hackensack and one in Teterboro were named to Niche's 2018 list of the best publich high schools in the U.S.Bergen County Academies in Hackensack was named No. 11 on the list, and came in at No. 1 in New Jersey. Bergen County Tech in Teterboro came in at No. 16 in the U.S. and No. 2 in New Jersey.Other New Jersey schools include Union County ...

  3. Furniture Store Takes Landlord, Worker To Bergen Court After 4-Alarm Fire

    Furniture Store Takes Landlord, Worker To Bergen Court After 4-Alarm Fire

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — A North Bergen furniture store that faced more than $5 million in damages after it burned to the ground filed a lawsuit in Bergen County Superior Court against a landlord and the construction worker, NJ.com reports.Discount Kennedy Furniture is saying no one obtained a permit from the township for the blowtorch, which was used in fixing the roof, and that no one had a ...

  4. Name Of Wyckoff Man Who Committed Suicide Survives On Kickball Field

    Name Of Wyckoff Man Who Committed Suicide Survives On Kickball Field

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. — A group of friends from Fair Lawn are standing up to suicide in the name of their friend who took his own life nearly two years ago.The John Macko Foundation was organized in August 2015, two months after John Philip Macko of Carlstadt, Wyckoff and Paterson committed suicide at 26 years old.On its Facebook page, the group urges suicide awareness and prevention, and has ...

  5. Wyckoff ECCR Employee Dies Scuba Diving In Florida

    Wyckoff ECCR Employee Dies Scuba Diving In Florida

    Patricia Ann Simmons (nee) Ferraro of Teaneck died Aug. 3 while scuba diving in Florida. She was 65 years old.Formerly of Mamaroneck, N.Y., Simmons was a registered nurse for 44 years and retired in 2016. She worked at the ECCR in Wyckoff for 34 years.She was an avid scuba diver and loved to travel the islands. She considered herself a die-hard Yankee & Rangers fan, was well-known ...

  6. Paramus Ann Taylor Owes Mall $61K In Property Taxes

    Paramus Ann Taylor Owes Mall $61K In Property Taxes

    PARAMUS, N.J. — Ann Taylor in the Garden State Plaza is being accused of failing to pay its property taxes, NJ.com reports.The mall filed a suit against the retailer on July 24, saying that it owes more than $61,700 in taxes since 2016, the article says.Ann Taylor's agreement with the mall is that it would pay $237,600.48 in rent for the first year, with annual increases through 2028, ...

  7. Fox Suspends Demarest's Eric Bolling Amid Lewd Photo Accusations

    Fox Suspends Demarest's Eric Bolling Amid Lewd Photo Accusations

    DEMAREST, N.J. — Eric Bolling of Demarest has been suspended from Fox News due to allegations of texting a lewd photo to 14 female colleagues in the past, NBC reports.His suspension is pending an investigation currently under way by law firm Paul Weiss, which looked into complaints involving other high-profile employees at Fox, the article says.Bolling, whose contract was renewed in ...

  8. Harrington Park's Booker Makes Epic Clapback Defending NJ In Globe Article

    Harrington Park's Booker Makes Epic Clapback Defending NJ In Globe Article

    New Jerseyans including Harrington Park's Cory Booker are not happy about an article in the Boston Globe that they say made a mockery of New JerseyThe article is about Trump's 17-day working vacation in Bedminister and takes a whack at New Jersey, citing "spray tans, Snooki, muscle shirts, 'The Sopranos,' traffic jams and toll plazas," wrote Matt Viser and Annie Linskey.Cory ...

  9. Seen Him? Police Look For Armed New Jersey Man Accused In Fatal Stabbing

    Seen Him? Police Look For Armed New Jersey Man Accused In Fatal Stabbing

    A Newark man accused of fatally stabbing a woman is on the loose in New Jersey or New York, NJ.com reports.Steven Damon, 47 of Newark, allegedly fled the murder scene Friday morning, the article says.Police are asking for the public's help finding Damon, who was charged by the Essex County Prosecutor's Office with murder and weapons offenses, NJ.com says.CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

  10. Rockleigh Lab Director In Lawsuit: I Was Fired For Doing My Job

    Rockleigh Lab Director In Lawsuit: I Was Fired For Doing My Job

    ROCKLEIGH, N.J. — A Rockleigh lab director said he lost his job after complaining that the wrong containers were being used to college urine sample, NJ.com reports.Lloyd Castillo, formerly of Spectra East, said in Bergen County Superior Court papers that using the wrong containers was a violation of federal and state regulations, the article says.After making the complaints at work, ...

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