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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.”

Cecilia Levine's Contributions

  1. Target, With Three Westchester Locations, Recalls 560,000 Easter Eggs

    Target, With Three Westchester Locations, Recalls 560,000 Easter Eggs

    Target stores have issued a massive recall of 560,000 egg toys ahead of Easter Sunday after discovering that they can expand inside of a child's body and cause life-threatening conditions if ingested.The hatch and grow eggs were sold in stores nationwide from February 2017 through March 2017 for about $1.Consumers should immediately take this recalled toy away from children and return ...

  2. Trump's Original Apprentice, Sleepy Hollow Resident, To Wed At Citi Field

    Trump's Original Apprentice, Sleepy Hollow Resident, To Wed At Citi Field

    The head of Procida Funding & Advisors and Trump's original apprentice will be getting married at Citi Field in June, the New York Post reports.Piermont resident Billy Procida, who also owns property in Sleepy Hollow and Beacon, recently took over for the company which filed for bankruptcy, and is renovating neglected structures that have amounted "hundreds" of violations, ...

  3. Amtrak Apologizes, Eyes Friday Rail Service Restoration At Penn Station

    Amtrak Apologizes, Eyes Friday Rail Service Restoration At Penn Station

    Rail service is expected to be fully restored by Friday morning for New York Penn Station commuters who have faced severe delays and cancellations following Monday's derailment of an NJ Transit train, Amtrak officials said.Amtrak President and CEO Wick Moorman personally apologized to anyone inconvenienced by the derailment.“It’s our job to make sure that all of the passengers, both on ...

  4. Pleasantville Electrician Dies In Snowmobile Accident

    Pleasantville Electrician Dies In Snowmobile Accident

    Services have been set for Old Tappan father and Westchester County native Michael Stanley, who died in a snowmobile accident on Friday, March 17. He was 44 years old..Visitation is scheduled on Wednesday, March 22, at Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Home Inc., in Mt. Kisco from 4 to 8 p.m.A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, at Our Lady of the Sacred ...

  5. Cheese Linked To 2 Deaths Recalled From Whole Foods Store In Westchester

    Cheese Linked To 2 Deaths Recalled From Whole Foods Store In Westchester

    A recall of raw milk cheeses at Whole Foods Market was recently expanded by Vulto Creamery to include the location at Bergen Town Center in Paramus and on Boston Post Road in Port Chester.The cheeses have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, which federal officials is responsible for six illnesses and two deaths. The cheeses were cut and packaged in clear ...

  6. Valhalla Just Pups Owner Faces 60 Additional Charges

    Valhalla Just Pups Owner Faces 60 Additional Charges

    EMERSON, N.J. — Just Pups owner Vincent LoSacco of Emerson was served an additional slew of almost 60 health code violations at his court appearance earlier this week.LoSacco, who was forced to close his remaining East Hanover shop last month, had his appearance rescheduled to April 6. He was already facing 32 summonses.The East Hanover Health Department charged him with approximately ...

  7. My Eating Disorder Changed My Life, Pace University Life Coach Says

    My Eating Disorder Changed My Life, Pace University Life Coach Says

    How Caty Pasternak will look in a bikini next month when she moves to Miami is the least of the Poughkeepsie native’s worries.To Pasternak, 25 of New Hampshire, that’s a major breakthrough, considering how three years ago, looking good in a bikini meant everything to her.Pasternak had whittled herself down from 230 pounds to a frail 115 over the course of three years for a body building ...

  8. Bergen Rescuer Accused Of Buying Puppies From Valhalla Puppy Store

    Bergen Rescuer Accused Of Buying Puppies From Valhalla Puppy Store

    TENAFLY, N.J. — The owner of a Tenafly pet rescue operation has been quietly buying puppies from a puppy store owner from Emerson and then selling them for profit, a group of advocates alleges.Robyn Urman bought the dogs from Just Pups owner Vinny LoSacco -- who was forced to close his final shop last week amid a firestorm of controversy -- through LoSacco's brokers business called ...

  9. Valhalla Just Pups Owner: Hidden Life Of Pet Stores Brought To Life With Me

    Valhalla Just Pups Owner: Hidden Life Of Pet Stores Brought To Life With Me

    EMERSON, N.J. — Vincent LoSacco of Emerson is out of a job.In just under a year, LoSacco was forced to close each one of his Just Pups stores formerly in Paramus, Emerson, East Brunswick, Valhalla, N.Y. and, most recently, East Hanover.Like anyone who recently lost a job, LoSacco feels overwhelmed. He feels shocked. But most of all, he feels targeted."What happened with me is the ...

  10. Valhalla Just Pups Owner Forced To Close Remaining Store

    Valhalla Just Pups Owner Forced To Close Remaining Store

    Nearly one year after dead dogs were discovered in a Just Pups freezer, the store, which had locations in Bergen County, is down for good.Vincent LoSacco's East Hanover shop was shut down on Saturday, the Hanover Eagle reports.The Paramus Route 17 location was shut down last April, after police officers more than 60 puppies crated in LoSacco's van behind the shop.Three months later, the ...

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