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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. Guy Fieri Superfan, Frisch Student Competes On Food Network Show

    Guy Fieri Superfan, Frisch Student Competes On Food Network Show

    TEANECK, N.J. — To put it simply, Eitan Bernath of Teaneck is a "Guy's Grocery Games" superfan.The 15-year-old chef was among three contestants to compete on the show's Sunday evening episode — a testament to his love for both food and Fieri.The GGG aficionados stretched their dollars to the limit to make their best seafood dinner on a budget. Fieri is most well-known for his ...

  2. Released Death Row Inmate Who Killed Ramsey Cheerleader Dies In Prison

    Released Death Row Inmate Who Killed Ramsey Cheerleader Dies In Prison

    RAMSEY, N.J. — Edgar H. Smith, who confessed to killing a Ramsey High School cheerleader 60 years ago, died in a California prison hospital at 83 years old.Smith of Hasbrouck Heights died March 20. His passing was not reported until Saturday, when The Washington Post ran a story.Smith was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to die in the electric chair, The Post ...

  3. Hackensack Woman: I Was Assaulted By A Mouse In Home Depot

    Hackensack Woman: I Was Assaulted By A Mouse In Home Depot

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — A 58-year-old city woman has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court saying that she was assaulted by a mouse while delivering plants to Home Depot, NJ.com reports.Annette Reaves said she was delivering plants to the store, which was overrun by rodents, when a mouse jumped on her neck — leaving her traumatized and injured, the article says.According to the suit, Reaves was ...

  4. Ridgewood Police Investigate Swastika Drawn On Local Playground

    Ridgewood Police Investigate Swastika Drawn On Local Playground

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — Police officers responded to Habernickel Family Park Friday evening, on reports of Anti-Semitic graffiti.The graffiti, which included a swastika, was drawn on the handrail of the playground walkway, located on Hillcrest Road.Officer McDermott was able to successfully remove the graffiti, after taking photographs of it for evidence purposes.Boyd A. Loving also ...

  5. Who Let The Dogs Out? Paramus CrossFit Gym Aids Member's Rescue

    Who Let The Dogs Out? Paramus CrossFit Gym Aids Member's Rescue

    PARAMUS, N.J. — Dogs, doughnuts and dumbbells: what could be better? Dozens of people huddled around all three Saturday morning at Guerrilla Fitness CrossFit in Paramus, as the gym raised nearly $2,000 and collected donations to aid member Robyn Hendrix and her organization, Real Dog Rescue.Hendrix of Hackensack and four friends opened the organization in December, and have since placed ...

  6. Cliffside Park Student With Perfect PARCC Score Says Questions Were Fair

    Cliffside Park Student With Perfect PARCC Score Says Questions Were Fair

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — Ask Cliffside Park fourth grader Logan Yoon what he wants to be when he grows up and he'll shrug and say: "Just a successful person."The youngster is well on his way.The School No. 6 student earned a perfect score — an 850, Level 5 — on both the math and language arts sections of the Spring 2017 PARCC assessment. Logan, who studied just "a little ...

  7. Montvale Mayhem: Mayor Says No Camping Allowed Outside Of Wegman's

    Montvale Mayhem: Mayor Says No Camping Allowed Outside Of Wegman's

    MONTVALE, N.J. — Shoppers who had plans to camp out Saturday evening for the Wegman's grand opening Sunday will have to make other sleeping arrangements.Montvale Mayor Mike Ghassali announced that no overnight camping anywhere in the borough will be tolerated before the 7 a.m. opening on Sept. 24.The big day is already looking chaotic, as Ghassali said there will be 14 police officers ...

  8. Bergen County Looks To Implement Futuristic Transit System

    Bergen County Looks To Implement Futuristic Transit System

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — A new transit system that county officials are calling futuristic could alleviate traffic patterns in Bergen County, officials announced.The collaboration between county officials and NJ Transit resulted in completion of the Bergen County Bus Rapid Transit Implementation Study, which investigated the viability and best approach for introducing and providing rapid ...

  9. Cancer-Causing Chemical Found Underneath Hackensack Middle School

    Cancer-Causing Chemical Found Underneath Hackensack Middle School

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — A cancer-causing chemical used in dry cleaning was discovered in groundwater samples taken from underneath Hackensack Middle School, NorthJersey.com reports.The amount of fumes from tetrachloroethylene, which is an industrial cleaning solvent, are not high enough to be harmful to students, the article says.The district has been ordered to come up with a plan to clear ...

  10. Saddle Brook UPS Hiring 1,500: We Have A Job For You

    Saddle Brook UPS Hiring 1,500: We Have A Job For You

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. — UPS has announced it will hire more than 1,500 seasonal employees in Parsippany and Saddle Brook locations to support the anticipated increase in package volume that will begin in November and continue through January 2018. Nationally, UPS expects to hire about 95,000 seasonal employees."Our seasonal jobs often lead to permanent employment and even careers for ...

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