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Lauren Kidd Ferguson

Community Reporter lkferguson@dailyvoice.com

Lauren Kidd Ferguson began her journalism career in 2004 as a statehouse reporter for Gannett New Jersey. She was a member of a team that covered state government and politics for seven daily newspapers throughout New Jersey. Her coverage of the McGreevey administration and young voters earned her the New Jersey Press Association’s award for best rookie reporter in the state. Lauren also served as a reporter for Gannett’s flagship New Jersey paper, the Asbury Park Press. She covered communities along the Jersey Shore, and won investigative reporting awards for writing about police brutality in Seaside Park. She has also worked as a speechwriter and spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Children and Families, as well as a communications manager for Children’s Rights, a national advocacy organization that uses the law to reform foster care systems. Lauren graduated from the College of New Jersey. She grew up in Ringwood, and now calls Waldwick home. She believes everyone has a story to tell, and she’d love to hear yours.

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  1. Former Players Help Veteran West Milford Coach Win Back Job

    Former Players Help Veteran West Milford Coach Win Back Job

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. – Veteran West Milford basketball coach John Finke will be back for a 29th season after all.Finke – who in May came up a vote shy of having his contract renewed – was reinstated as West Milford High School’s head boys’ basketball coach late Tuesday night.About 20 people – including many former players – spoke out in favor of Finke at Tuesday’s Board of Education ...

  2. Ridgewood 4th Of July Parade Fans Lay Early Claim To Prime Viewing Spots

    Ridgewood 4th Of July Parade Fans Lay Early Claim To Prime Viewing Spots

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. – Chairs are already starting to dot the route of Ridgewood’s 107th annual Fourth of July parade.The chairs -- some tied together, some folded down, some open and ready for people to sit in – were spotted in bundles on North Maple Avenue Wednesday.Ridgewood residents have a long tradition of staking out and claiming their spots early to watch the annual parade.This ...

  3. Wayne Named 11th Safest Place In U.S. To Raise Family

    Wayne Named 11th Safest Place In U.S. To Raise Family

    WAYNE, N.J. – Wayne was just named one of the top 30 safest cities in the United States to raise a family.The designation comes from SafeWise – a home security company committed to increasing safety education, awareness and preparedness in American communities.The township came in at number 11 on the list. Here is how the list describes Wayne:“Despite being dotted with lakes and tidy ...

  4. West Milford Rallies To Help Ousted Basketball Coach Return For 29th Season

    West Milford Rallies To Help Ousted Basketball Coach Return For 29th Season

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. – Supporters of veteran West Milford High School basketball coach John Finke are expected to turn out Tuesday to help him fight for his job.In May, Finke --  the head boy's basketball coach for 28 years --came up a vote shy of having his contract renewed for a 29th season.Finke, who had the support of the superintendent, needed five yes votes from West Milford Board ...

  5. River Vale's Schepisi To Jobless Bergen County Police: I Can Help You

    River Vale's Schepisi To Jobless Bergen County Police: I Can Help You

    RIVER VALE, N.J.— Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi is vowing to help the former Bergen County Police Services officers that were laid off, and turned in their badges in Hackensack, Monday.“If you were part of today’s layoffs and are looking for work, please send your resume to my office. We are going to work to help place anyone who has been laid off,” the assemblywoman wrote in a Facebook ...

  6. Laid Off Bergen County Police Turn In Badges, Guns In Hackensack

    Laid Off Bergen County Police Turn In Badges, Guns In Hackensack

    HACKENSACK, N.J. – Twenty-six law enforcement officers with the Bergen County Police Services were laid off Monday, and 11 more were demoted, according to their union president.The officers and dozens of their supporters gathered in Hackensack to walk along River Street from the Bergen County Plaza to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation building to turn in their equipment.Two at a ...

  7. Sushi Hot Spot Set To Open In Ridgewood

    Sushi Hot Spot Set To Open In Ridgewood

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. – A popular Somerville sushi restaurant -- that Zagat describes as serving “Tokyo-quality” sushi -- is opening a second location in Ridgewood.Shumi will open at 70 East Ridgewood Avenue on June 29, Chris De Young, of Ridgewood, a friend of the chefs, told Daily Voice.De Young said he had lunch at the Somerville restaurant last year and was “awed by the freshness and ...

  8. Vandalized Wyckoff Headstones Restored By Expert Sculptor

    Vandalized Wyckoff Headstones Restored By Expert Sculptor

    WYCKOFF, N.J. – For the past two-and-a-half months, Robert Neal Carpenter has been spending his days at the Wyckoff Reformed Church cemetery.The renowned sculptor and carver – who has done work for St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, and the Verizon building at the World Trade Center site – has been using his skills to restore and repair ...

  9. Ringwood Democrats Kick Off Council Campaign

    Ringwood Democrats Kick Off Council Campaign

    RINGWOOD, N.J. – Three Ringwood Democrats have announced the official kick-off of their campaign for borough council.The candidates – Kathleen O’Keefe, Ryan Bolton and Rob Ferretti – are challenging Republican incumbents Linda Schaefer, William Marsala and Jaime Matteo Landis for three open seats on the council. Both the Democrats and Republicans ran unopposed in the primary election. ...

  10. West Milford Pie Shop Owner And Cancer Survivor: Kitchen Is My Comfort Zone

    West Milford Pie Shop Owner And Cancer Survivor: Kitchen Is My Comfort Zone

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. – Before Shannon Cheevers opened her pie shop in the Hewitt section of West Milford, she wanted to test the market.The Culinary Institute of America graduate brought three pot pies and three quiches to a man at a local farmers' market to see if they would sell.“They sold right away. He called me back, said, ‘Give me ten more of each.’ Called me back again, ‘Give me ...

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