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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. Paramus Trader Joe's Issues Ice Cream Recall For Potential Metal Bits

    Paramus Trader Joe's Issues Ice Cream Recall For Potential Metal Bits

    Trader Joe's issued an ice cream recall for bits of metal found in the Matcha Green Tea flavor.No injuries or illnesses had been reported as of June 10.All potentially affected product has been removed from store shelves and destroyed.The store has locations in Edgewater, Paramus, Westwood and Clifton.CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

  2. Body Of 20-Year-Old Swimmer Found In West Milford Lake

    Body Of 20-Year-Old Swimmer Found In West Milford Lake

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. — The body of a 20-year-old man who became distressed while swimming in a West Milford lake was found Monday morning in Wawayanda State Park, NJ.com reports. He was swimming at Terrace Pond, which is located in the park, with a friend on Sunday, the article says.CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NJ.COM STORY.

  3. Franklin Lakes Sports Spiffed-Up Tennis Courts

    Franklin Lakes Sports Spiffed-Up Tennis Courts

    FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J. — Some of Franklin Lakes' tennis courts are looking pretty spiffy.Courts 1 to 4 on Old Mill Road have been reopened public following a refurbishment. Low spots in the courts have been leveled and the nets have been re-set at regulation height.

  4. Bergen Shopping: Ann Taylor, Dress Barn To Shutter Hundreds Of Stores

    Bergen Shopping: Ann Taylor, Dress Barn To Shutter Hundreds Of Stores

    Hundreds of Ascena Retail Group-owned stores are set to close, and some could be in Bergen and Passaic counties, CNN reports.The company owns Ann Taylor, Dress Barn, Loft, Lane Bryant, Justice Maurices and Catherines, and plans on closing up to 650 locations over the next two years, the article says.Ascena has stores in Hackensack, Ridgewood, Paramus, Edgewater and Wayne.CLICK HERE FOR ...

  5. New Law Means Shorter Lines Ahead At Oakland MVC

    New Law Means Shorter Lines Ahead At Oakland MVC

    The good news is that lines are looking a whole lot shorter at Motor Vehicle Commission centers in New Jersey. The bad? Drivers have work to do every fourth birthday.On Friday, Gov. Chris Christie signed bipartisan measure S-2564 to have driver's licenses and ID cards expire every fourth birthday.Under former law, driver’s licenses expired every four years on the last day of the ...

  6. Late Garden State Plaza Shooter's Teaneck Brother Dies, 27

    Late Garden State Plaza Shooter's Teaneck Brother Dies, 27

    TEANECK, N.J. — The brother of the accused Garden State Plaza shooter who turned the gun on himself in 2013 died on Saturday, June 3.Kevin Shoop, 27, is remembered as a charismatic inspiration on a GoFundMe site recently launched to support his family.His brother, Richard Shoop, was a pizza deliveryman who in November 2013 went on a rampage at the Garden State Plaza with a rifle similar ...

  7. School Nurses Revive Indian Hills Freshman With No Pulse

    School Nurses Revive Indian Hills Freshman With No Pulse

    OAKLAND, N.J. — School nurses were able to revive an Indian High School freshman who lost his pulse during gym class, NorthJersey.com reports.The nurses used an Automatic External Defibrillator before the student was transported by medics to an area hospital, the article says.CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL STORY.

  8. Mayor Swears Son, Bergen's 1st Paid Female Into Ridgewood Fire Department

    Mayor Swears Son, Bergen's 1st Paid Female Into Ridgewood Fire Department

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — Two new firefighters were sworn into the Ridgewood Fire Department Wednesday.The first was U.S. Marine Shelby Taylor, 25, Bergen County's first female career firefighter. The second was Dane Knudsen, Mayor Susan Knudsen's son.Ridgewood is among the four paid fire departments in Bergen County, the others being Englewood, Teaneck and Hackensack.

  9. Ex-Ramsey Chipotle Worker Wants Overtime Pay

    Ex-Ramsey Chipotle Worker Wants Overtime Pay

    RAMSEY, N.J. — A former Ramsey and Clifton Chipotle employee suing the Mexican eatery says corporate owes her big-time in overtime, NorthJersey.com reports.Carmen Alvarez, 55 of Fairfield, says she began working more than 40 hours a week in overtime without extra pay when her shift was switched from salary to an hourly rate, the article says.CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

  10. Hackensack Juicy Platters Staff Digs Deep During Ramadan

    Hackensack Juicy Platters Staff Digs Deep During Ramadan

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — Alaa Mohamed stands behind the counter in Juicy Platters Hackensack, carefully scooping hot ladles of yellow rice and spiced meats into tin pans for customers to devour.Normally, she would be counting down the hours and minutes until it was her time to eat.But the Lodi teen is fasting for Ramadan until June 24, so until then, she will be spending her lunch and dinner ...

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