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Anthony Locicero

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Paramus native Anthony Locicero is a reporter covering Bergen and Passaic counties for Daily Voice. He writes breaking/urgent news, features, sports, and more. Anthony covered both local news and local high school sports for various publications before joining Daily Voice in February 2016. He is a graduate of both Don Bosco Prep and William Paterson University. 

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  1. VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door

    VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J.– Angelo's longtime owner Pasquale Turano is selling his Elmwood Park pizzeria but he'll still be around: right next door.Turano will be opening Sugar Rush Bakery to Angelo's, which is being bought by Francesca Brick Oven Pizza and Pasta owner Sal Reina, expanding from Glen Rock.WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE. 

  2. Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom

    Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom

    PARAMUS, N.J.– Staying up to watch the Super Bowl XLII halftime show sparked an early interest in music for Jake Thistle of Paramus."He (Tom Petty) played the first chord of 'American Girl' and I was hooked," Thistle, 12, said. The Eastbrook student began playing guitar when he was 9 after being gifted an axe by a family friend."It was too nice not to play it," ...

  3. Rutherford's Kip Center Honors Retiring Director Peggy Letsche

    Rutherford's Kip Center Honors Retiring Director Peggy Letsche

    RUTHERFORD, N.J.– Rutherford's 55 Kip Center will honor retiring Executive Director Peggy Letsche, at an Oct. 7 gala in Wood-Ridge. The senior center celebrated its 30th anniversary last year. Letsche was in charge for more than two decades. The gala's theme is "Through the Years.""The Gala, which will serve as a fundraiser for 55 Kip Center is also an opportunity for the ...

  4. Sign Up For Lyndhurst's Women's Volleyball League

    Sign Up For Lyndhurst's Women's Volleyball League

    LYNDHURST, N.J.– Individuals or teams can register for Lyndhurst's Womens' Volleyball League at the high school gym at 7:30 p.m. Monday.The season is from September through June. Games are played Monday nights. There will be three divisions of play with alternating start times of 8, 8:45 and 9:30 p.m. The cost is $45 for residents and $55 for non-residents. The high school gym is on ...

  5. Community Raises Funds For Former Garfield Football Captain

    Community Raises Funds For Former Garfield Football Captain

    GARFIELD, N.J.– The community is raising money for a former Garfield High School football player who was injured in a car accident last year.Dave Dishuk needs physical, occupational and speech therapy, according to Carolyn Hollis. A YouCaring account was created by Metro Duda to help cover Dishuk's medical expenses. Dishuk was the captain of the 1972 Boilermakers squad. The GHS ...

  6. Assemblyman Honors North Arlington Pharmacy for Winning National Award

    Assemblyman Honors North Arlington Pharmacy for Winning National Award

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Gary Schaer will present North Arlington's HB Pharmacy with a ceremonial resolution for being awarded the Good Neighbor Pharmacy of the Year award.The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. Friday.Gaspar Bellitti opened the Ridge Road pharmacy in 1964. It is currently owned and operated by his son, John. HB "received the esteemed award for ...

  7. PHOTOS: Special Needs Children 'Rock Out Loud' In Lyndhurst

    PHOTOS: Special Needs Children 'Rock Out Loud' In Lyndhurst

    CARLSTADT, N.J.– Rock Out Loud was created by Carlstadt native Sean Yocum as a way to combine his love of music and his desire to help special needs children and adults. "The concept was designed to give individuals in the special needs community the opportunity to be exposed to creating music, and the social feeling playing music in a band," said Yocum, 30, of Garfield.Yocum ...

  8. 'Different Is Beautiful': Lyndhurst Teen Keeps Smiling Through Rare Disease

    'Different Is Beautiful': Lyndhurst Teen Keeps Smiling Through Rare Disease

    LYNDHURST, N.J.–A rare disease that causes abnormalities throughout all of her organs leaves Gianna Cruz of Lyndhurst fighting for her life every day. But anyone looking at the Jefferson School seventh grader's face can see it tells a different story.Gianna, 13, is always smiling – even after 20 surgeries for the incurable DiGeorge Syndrome, also known as 22q11.2 Deletion ...

  9. Recycled Tennis Balls Make Courts Squishier At Tenafly Racquet Club

    Recycled Tennis Balls Make Courts Squishier At Tenafly Racquet Club

    TENAFLY, N.J.– The courts at Tenafly Racquet Club are squishier, and General Manager Geoff Grant knows why: they're partially made of recycled tennis balls."It really cushions your joints," Grant told Daily Voice. "It gives me the sense of feeling stronger out there because there isn't pain."Last year, Courtsense at Tenafly Racquet Club became the first tennis ...

  10. Wood-Ridge Teacher Runs 30 Miles For 30th Birthday, Charity

    Wood-Ridge Teacher Runs 30 Miles For 30th Birthday, Charity

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J.– Mallory Garvin, of Wood-Ridge, celebrated her 30th birthday by running 30 miles – and raising money for charity."As my friends began to celebrate 30 in different ways I started to think about what I wanted to do," said Garvin, a Social Studies teacher at Wood-Ridge High School. "I immediately knew that the only thing I wanted to make sure I did was go ...

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