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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. 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, ...

  2. Bed Bath & Beyond Layoffs Could Affect Paramus Stores

    Bed Bath & Beyond Layoffs Could Affect Paramus Stores

    Bed Bath & Beyond will be eliminating 800 department and assistant store manager positions at nearly half of its stores including buybuy BABY across the U.S., the company said Thursday.The changes will save the company approximately $16 million and accelerate store growth, according to a statement.The store has Bergen and Passaic county locations in Paramus, Edgewater, Clifton and ...

  3. White House Air Conditioning Upgrades Force Trump To New Jersey ... Again

    White House Air Conditioning Upgrades Force Trump To New Jersey ... Again

    Get ready, New Jersey — U.S. President Donald Trump will be at his Bedminster golf club cooling off for 17 days while the West Wing's heating and air conditioning systems are updated this month.This will be Trump's 16th visit as the president to the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster since his inauguration, according to a report from NBC.Of his 196 days in office, 59 were spent at ...

  4. Hot Dog! Stand Boosts Family-Owned Hillsdale Butcher Shop

    Hot Dog! Stand Boosts Family-Owned Hillsdale Butcher Shop

    HILLSDALE, N.J. — People lined the sidewalk in Downtown Hillsdale on Thursday, patiently waiting for Delores Santucci to dish them their dog at Karl Ehmer’s Quality Meats' stand.It’s a year-round barbecue on Broadway, and store owner Michael Santucci has no intention of spoiling the party. His mom, Delores, doesn’t anticipate business slowing down as the days grow colder.“When a product ...

  5. Got Pizza? Next Stop Hillsdale For 'Two Brothers From Italy'

    Got Pizza? Next Stop Hillsdale For 'Two Brothers From Italy'

    HILLSDALE, N.J. — A pair of brothers are carrying on their family's legacy at Nino's on Broadway in Hillsdale, which opened last December.Anthony Beninati and Thomas Beninati named the place after their uncle's Lodi pizzeria, also Nino's.The brothers opened their first place as Two Brothers from Italy in Washington Township in 1993.Then came Il Villaggio's in Suffern, N.Y., followed by ...

  6. Replacing Scaramucci: Could Alpine's Conway Be Next?

    Replacing Scaramucci: Could Alpine's Conway Be Next?

    ALPINE, N.J. — Kellyanne Conway of Alpine is among the two perennial candidates who could fill the position of White House Communications Director following the termination of Anthony Scaramucci, The New York Times reports.Conway, the counselor to President Trump, is up against Jason Miller, who held the position during Trump's presidential campaign.She shot down an offer to become ...

  7. New Bergen Baker Once Traded Treats For Admin Assistance

    New Bergen Baker Once Traded Treats For Admin Assistance

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — Ana Reyes of Cliffside Park nearly a decade ago was working as a school administrator in Wisconsin, baking brownies for her students in exchange for help with paperwork.It wasn't until one of them suggested she follow her heart to the kitchen that she took the leap of faith and bought herself one-way ticket to New York.She's glad she did because Reyes, 32, is ...

  8. Montvale Scrap Metal Brother Caught Cheating Customers Out Of Millions

    Montvale Scrap Metal Brother Caught Cheating Customers Out Of Millions

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — Two brothers who own Cinelli Iron and Metal Co. of Hackensack are facing up to 20 years in prison for cheating customers who sold metal out of millions of dollars, authorities said.Craig Cinelli, 47, of Allendale and his brother, Joseph Cinelli Sr., 61, of Montvale, were arrested Tuesday and charged with several counts of fraud, Acting U.S. Attorney William ...

  9. Emerson Police Awarded Grant In Name Of Detective Tragically Killed

    Emerson Police Awarded Grant In Name Of Detective Tragically Killed

    Several Bergen and Passaic county police departments were among 28 across New Jersey to receive grant money from Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino honoring a Summit detective who was killed in a crash earlier this year, and epitomized the goals of community policing, Porrino said.The $219,000 from the “Detective Matthew L. Tarentino Community Policing Grant Program" ...

  10. Hiker Encounters Black Bear In Rockleigh, Trails Closed

    Hiker Encounters Black Bear In Rockleigh, Trails Closed

    ROCKLEIGH, N.J. — Trails behind Rockleigh Borough Hall were closed due to a bear sighting at 11 a.m. Tuesday.A hiker encountered a bear just over the ridge where the yellow and blue trails meet, police said. The bear did not threaten the hiker, according to police.Bear prints were seen in the area, indicating that the bear was moving in an easterly direction toward the Palisades ...

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