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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 couldn't see herself doing anything but reporting. The West Hartford, CT 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. Residential PSEG Customers Could See Increased Utility Rates

    Residential PSEG Customers Could See Increased Utility Rates

    Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G) filed its first regulatory rate review in more than eight years last week, asking for a small adjustment in electric and gas base delivery rates.If approved as filed, the typical combined residential electric and natural gas customer will see an approximate 1 percent increase or about $19.70 in their annual bill. Even with this proposed ...

  2. Frisch Principal Reveals More On Controversial 'Letters To Trump' Campaign

    Frisch Principal Reveals More On Controversial 'Letters To Trump' Campaign

    PARAMUS, N.J. — The rabbi and principal of a Paramus Jewish school that made headlines Wednesday morning for a controversial letter campaign is saying that the information in the story was leaked from a Facebook group and is "full of lies."On Wednesday morning, Haaretz.com published a story saying that Frisch School officials urged students to send letters of praise to U.S. ...

  3. New Fairview Police, Municipal Building Has Emphasis On Security

    New Fairview Police, Municipal Building Has Emphasis On Security

    FAIRVIEW, N.J. — Walk into the current Fairview police station and you may rub elbows with incoming prisoners, domestic violence victims or patrolmen switching posts.The new building under construction next door was designed to make sure that none of that will happen.Chief Martin Kahn and Capt. Vincent Bellucci helped design all three floors with an emphasis on the safety, security and ...

  4. REPORT: Frisch Students Encouraged To Write Letters Praising Trump

    REPORT: Frisch Students Encouraged To Write Letters Praising Trump

    PARAMUS, N.J. — THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATEDThe rabbi and principal of a Paramus Jewish school that made headlines Wednesday morning for a controversial letter campaign is saying that the information in the story was leaked from a Facebook group and is "full of lies.""That is simply not true," Rabbi Eli Ciner told Daily Voice. "The school did not encourage, push ...

  5. Christie Out, Murphy In -- Promoting Equal Pay For Women In New Jersey

    Christie Out, Murphy In -- Promoting Equal Pay For Women In New Jersey

    Democrat Phil Murphy was sworn in as New Jersey's 56th governor Tuesday afternoon in Trenton.Murphy of Middletown replaces Republican Chris Christie, who was in office for eight years.Later in the afternoon, Murphy signed his first Executive Order as governor promoting equal pay for women -- putting him closer to his promise of a "fairer, stronger New Jersey.""For too ...

  6. Paramus Little League's Founding Father Donald Warner Dies

    Paramus Little League's Founding Father Donald Warner Dies

    PARAMUS, N.J. — Donald L. Warner of Paramus died on Jan. 12 in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 93.Although he made his home in the Sunshine State for 27 years, Don’s heart forever belonged to his beloved Borough of Paramus.  As a founding father of the Paramus Little League in the mid-1950’s, Donny was the umpire for a generation of kids, and the “man in blue” behind the plate in the annual ...

  7. Teaneck Brothers Find Lost $4M Rembrandt Painting Under Ping-Pong Table

    Teaneck Brothers Find Lost $4M Rembrandt Painting Under Ping-Pong Table

    TEANECK, N.J˘. — What three Teaneck brothers thought was just another inheritance painting under the ping-pong table in their basement turned out to be a lost Rembrandt recently auctioned off at nearly $4 million, Fox Business reports.The Landau brothers -- Ned, Roger (formerly of Cliffside Park) and Steven -- will tell their story on Fox Business Network's Strange Inheritance on ...

  8. Bergenfield Mom, Daughter Reveal Bullying's Dark Truths In Short Film

    Bergenfield Mom, Daughter Reveal Bullying's Dark Truths In Short Film

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. — For Kate Tesoriero, the bullying began in first grade at the Jefferson School in Bergenfield."Your backpack is ugly and so are you," her peers would say, laughing at her Justin Bieber bag.The normally happy-go-lucky kid was hurting inside, badly. The cruelty from her peers persisted for years. But with help from teachers, social workers, therapists, friends ...

  9. Support Surges For Beloved Dumont Bartender's Niece, Critical After Crash

    Support Surges For Beloved Dumont Bartender's Niece, Critical After Crash

    DUMONT, N.J. — The community is rallying around Joe Roberto, a beloved bartender at Dumont's Grant Street.On Tuesday morning, Roberto discovered that his niece -- Liz Smith -- had been in a horrible car accident in Antigua. She was flown via medical transport Tuesday night from Antigua to Florida with two broken arms, a shattered pelvis, broken femur, broken ankle, broken sacrum and ...

  10. Paramus Recreation Department Stops Swirling Summer Camp Rumor

    Paramus Recreation Department Stops Swirling Summer Camp Rumor

    PARAMUS, N.J. — The Paramus Recreation Department is putting a stop to a rumors that its summer camp program will not be offered this year."At this time, that is untrue as we are still planning on running our programs," Paramus Recreation said in a Facebook announcement. "In fact, we have already started booking our trips and special events."The program relies on the ...

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