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Cecilia Levine

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  1. 9/11 Showed Fair Lawn Dad Value Of Comedy, So Now He's Paying It Forward

    9/11 Showed Fair Lawn Dad Value Of Comedy, So Now He's Paying It Forward

    Comedy has long been a passion for Fair Lawn's Eric Lyden.But on 9/11, it became his purpose."I needed to laugh," said Lyden, a father of three."That was the first extended period of time I went without saying something funny."Once I understood the value of comedy, I started taking my job seriously because I knew how it felt to want to laugh."That's become the ...

  2. Child Labor Laws Violated At These Bergen County McDonald's

    Child Labor Laws Violated At These Bergen County McDonald's

    A McDonald's franchise owner with several Bergen and Passaic County locations has been accused by the U.S. Department of Labor of violating child labor laws at 11 New Jersey locations.S&P Enterprises Inc., based in Central Valley, New York, paid $8,829 in fines after letting 14 and 15-year-olds work too many hours.The teens worked after 7 p.m. during the school-year, more than three ...

  3. Meet Surrendered German Shepherd Puppy's New Bergen County Dads

    Meet Surrendered German Shepherd Puppy's New Bergen County Dads

    When Mike Hettinger of New Milford saw the Daily Voice story about a surrendered German Shepherd puppy in need of a home, his first priority became adopting him.Hettinger, left his job in Glen Rock during his lunch break to meet 11-month-old Max last week. On Sunday, three days after his 32nd birthday, Hettinger and his roommate Arthur Berg brought Max home."I had gone to the ...

  4. Neglected Passaic County German Shepherd Won't Leave New Brother's Side

    Neglected Passaic County German Shepherd Won't Leave New Brother's Side

    "Broken" was the word Theresa Devins says Ringwood rescuers used over-and-over again to describe the German Shepherd she was hoping to adopt last November.Not vicious. Not hostile. Just broken.The dog was estimated to be around three years old and was kept in a pen with no human interaction except for when someone came to drop food for her for the entirety of her ...

  5. Guac Donut: Would You Do It? -- The New Bergen County Restaurant Collab

    Guac Donut: Would You Do It? -- The New Bergen County Restaurant Collab

    Get this -- a doughnut filled with guacamole, the Guacdonut. Sounds gross, right? Not to Bergen County's Glaze Donuts and Taqueria Los Gueros. The two eateries collaborated on the new, err, treat -- a chocolate-frosted doughnut with sweet avocado cream. Vote below (story continues underneath poll).The second collaborative dish is called the "Gringa" -- pork, mozzarella, ...

  6. Video Footage Shows Lyndhurst NJ Transit Driver Counting Cash Behind Wheel

    Video Footage Shows Lyndhurst NJ Transit Driver Counting Cash Behind Wheel

    A passenger on an NJ Transit bus that departed from Lyndhurst released footage of the driver counting cash while driving.NJ Transit officials are investigating the incident that occurred on Route 3 in Seacaucus Saturday when passenger Aston Smith tweeted the video.The incident occurred at 4:54 p.m. on a bus from Allwood to Lyndhurst to North Bergen, the tweet says.

  7. 'Vibrant' Cheerleader Fights For Life After Paramus School Bus Crash

    'Vibrant' Cheerleader Fights For Life After Paramus School Bus Crash

    Sofia Evelich of Paramus loves cheerleading and spending time with her family.But ever since a school bus she and her classmates were in collided with a dump truck on Route 80 last week, the young East Brook Middle School student has remained in critical condition in a pediatric intensive care unit with severe head trauma."Sofia has a long recovery ahead of her, but she is ...

  8. $315M Powerball Ticket Was Sold At Hackensack ShopRite

    $315M Powerball Ticket Was Sold At Hackensack ShopRite

    The winning Powerball ticket sold somewhere mysterious in New Jersey was actually from a Hackensack grocery store.The ticket from Saturday's drawing was sold at the ShopRite on River Street and the lucky winner will receive $315 million or $183 million in cash.The winning numbers are 3, 6, 9, 17 and 56. The Powerball is 25 and the multiplier is 3. 

  9. Someone In New Jersey Just Won $315M Powerball Jackpot

    Someone In New Jersey Just Won $315M Powerball Jackpot

    Someone in New Jersey is about to be a whole lot richer -- by $315 million, precisely.** UPDATE: The ticket was sold at the Hackensack ShopRite **The winning Powerball ticket in Saturday's drawing was sold in New Jersey, its website says.The winning numbers were  03-06-09-17-56 and a Powerball of 25. The Powerplay was 3x.

  10. Surrendered German Shepherd Puppy Needs Home: Bergen County Shelter

    Surrendered German Shepherd Puppy Needs Home: Bergen County Shelter

    An 11-month German Shepherd puppy at the Bergen County Animal Shelter is in need of a home.** UPDATE: Max has been adopted by a pair of Bergen County roommates. **Shelter officials said they received hundreds of applications for Max because of this Daily Voice story. No further applications are being accepted.Max was surrendered to the Teterboro shelter because his owners were unable to ...

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