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David Cifarelli

Assistant Managing Editor dcifarelli@dailyvoice.com

Born and raised in North Haven, Connecticut, David was always fascinated with the concept of writing for a large publication and telling other people’s stories. 

He decided to pursue that fascination after high school by attending Assumption College (now University) in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in English/Writing & Mass Communications.

David decided to continue his passion by obtaining a master’s degree in Journalism from Emerson College in 2020. Afterwards, he worked at WBZ NewsRadio in Boston as a digital and broadcast writer covering a wide array of stories.

Now, David is looking to continue his journalistic passions by giving others a platform to share their stories with a larger audience. He predominately covers Daily Voice's counties in the Greater Boston Area: Suffolk, Essex, Middlesex and Norfolk. 

David Cifarelli's Contributions

  1. Water Main Break Floods Streets Of Boston For Hours: Report

    Water Main Break Floods Streets Of Boston For Hours: Report

    Parts of downtown Boston were flooded after a massive water main break on the morning of Saturday, Aug. 13, NECN reports. The flooding occurred in and around the Boston Common with videos showing an insane rush of water at the intersection of Charles and Boylston streets. NOW: Large water main break at the intersection of Charles St & Boylston St near Boston Common. Avoid ...

  2. Tractor Trailer Rollover Crash Shuts Down Multiple Lanes On Mass Pike In Allston

    Tractor Trailer Rollover Crash Shuts Down Multiple Lanes On Mass Pike In Allston

    Multiple lanes were closed and traffic was delayed after a tractor trailer rolled over on the Mass Pike in Boston.#MaTraffic Alert: Mass Pike/I-90 East after X131 in #Allston. Overturned tractor trailer. Left lanes blocked. Also affecting westbound in the left lanes. @WBZTraffic pic.twitter.com/XymZ8PsVFP— Rob Hakala (@RobHakala) August 13, 2022 The accident was reported on I-90 east ...

  3. Worcester Man Found Guilty Of Murdering 'Faithful' Ex-Girlfriend, Mother Of 2

    Worcester Man Found Guilty Of Murdering 'Faithful' Ex-Girlfriend, Mother Of 2

    A Worcester man is facing life in prison after he was found guilty of the first-degree murder of his ex-girlfriend, the Worcester County District Attorney's office said. Antonio Lucas, age 43, was found guilty of murdering Cleucilene Alves da Silva, age 41, inside his home at 27 County Street in Worcester on May 31, 2019, the office said. Alves da Silva died after Lucas ...

  4. Here's How You Can Get Around Boston During The 30-Day Orange Line Shutdown

    Here's How You Can Get Around Boston During The 30-Day Orange Line Shutdown

    The MBTA released information for riders about navigating Boston in preparation of a historic 30-day shutdown of the Orange Line.The shutdown from Oak Grove to Forest Hills will begin at 9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19 and end on Monday, Sept. 19, as previously reported by Daily Voice. In addition, the Green Line will be closed from Union Square to Government Center for 28 days starting ...

  5. New Boston Shop Brings Fresh Produce, Cheeses And...Ostrich To Beacon Hill

    New Boston Shop Brings Fresh Produce, Cheeses And...Ostrich To Beacon Hill

    Chef Brian Poe has quite the resume from working in Boston’s food industry for 20 years, but he says his latest establishment is his greatest accomplishment yet. “It's the pinnacle of my career right now because it's been so long since we've all been able to really work with farms,” Poe said. “Everybody's had such a hard hit, and the neighborhood is also grateful to have restaurants ...

  6. Former Charlestown High School Student Charged With Firing Shots During Graduation

    Former Charlestown High School Student Charged With Firing Shots During Graduation

    A former Charlestown High School student has been charged with firing shots nearby the school's graduation ceremony earlier this year, the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office reports. Djeison Resende, age 21, of Brockton is being held without bail and awaiting a dangerousness hearing after appearing in court on several charges on Thursday, Aug. 12, the office ...

  7. Spike's Junkyard Dogs Closing Allston Store After 20 Years

    Spike's Junkyard Dogs Closing Allston Store After 20 Years

    A hot dog joint that has been referred to as having the "world's best hot dog" is closing their Boston location after 20 years of service, according to a post from Boston Restaurant Talk. The news spread that Spike's Junkyard Dogs, located at 108 Brighton Avenue in Allston, is shutting down after someone posted a letter from the owner on Twitter."It is with bittersweet ...

  8. Large Water Search Prompted By Boston Jumper Who Took A Dip Then 'Went To Work'

    Large Water Search Prompted By Boston Jumper Who Took A Dip Then 'Went To Work'

    Crews were unable to find a missing person who reportedly jumped 20 feet off a bridge into the Dorchester Bay in Boston Friday morning, Aug. 12. That's because he "got in the water, got out, went home and went to work," according to Acting Deputy Chief Erik Pettaway.Acting Deputy Chief Erik Pettaway says one man jumped off bridge 20 feet, other jumper too afraid to jump. Man who ...

  9. More Than 100 Goats And Jerry The Emu Need 'Special' New Homes, MSPCA Says

    More Than 100 Goats And Jerry The Emu Need 'Special' New Homes, MSPCA Says

    The MSPCA at Nevins Farm in Methuen is calling on some "very special" adopters to find homes for some very special pets. The organization announced Thursday, Aug. 11 that over 100 goats need new homes after they were rescued from a Dighton property in January. The goats, along with an adult mustang and emu, were seized after their previous owner failed to pay a $100,000 ...

  10. Fitchburg Man Arrested For Killing 41-Year-Old Worcester Mother Of 2

    Fitchburg Man Arrested For Killing 41-Year-Old Worcester Mother Of 2

    A Fitchburg man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a 41-year-old mother of two from Worcester last month, authorities said. Keith Jones, age 32, was arrested in connection with the shooting death of Felicia Obeng that occurred at 629 Cambridge Street on the evening of July 16, Worcester Police said.Obeng was taken to a local hospital after suffering from gunshot wounds ...

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