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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. Retired Passaic Sergeant Trades Badge For Baked Goods

    Retired Passaic Sergeant Trades Badge For Baked Goods

    PASSAIC, N.J.– Former Passaic Police Sgt. Maria Galan jokes that she traded in her badge for a rolling pin when she retired from the force and started baking cakes."It was a passion I didn't even know I had," said Galan, who started taking baking lessons after the birth of her second child eight years ago. "I wanted to learn to bake cupcakes and decorate them so I could ...

  2. Englewood Center For Food Action Reduces Hunger At 9/11 Observance Event

    Englewood Center For Food Action Reduces Hunger At 9/11 Observance Event

    ENGLEWOOD, N.J.– Englewood's Center for Food Action (CFA) plans to fight hunger at its third annual National Day of Service and Remembrance event on Sept. 11. "We are working with supporters to build a stronger community by helping to assure that all children in our area have the proper nutrition to develop into productive and self-sufficient adults," said CFA's Director of ...

  3. Martial Arts Instructor Promotes Family Atmosphere At Ridgefield Park Dojo

    Martial Arts Instructor Promotes Family Atmosphere At Ridgefield Park Dojo

    RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.– Dennis Melone wants the students who join his Ridgefield Park dojo to feel like they’re joining a family.It’s fitting because Melone co-owns Rising Sun Academy with his wife, Sandra, and his children – Trentino, 19, and Ava, 15 – work and train there. “Working with family is no problem for me. Maybe it is for them,” Dennis Melone quipped. “We have different ...

  4. Rise Of The Jack O’Lanterns Comes To The Meadowlands

    Rise Of The Jack O’Lanterns Comes To The Meadowlands

    RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns is making its New Jersey debut this fall at the Meadowlands Exposition Center.The event is from 10 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. daily from Oct. 27-30. The event will feature 5,000 pumpkins – hand-carved with intricate designs – and is sure to bring out the Halloween spirit in attendees, organizers said. The pumpkins will be arranged along a walking path with a ...

  5. Garfield Motorcycle Run Supports Elmwood Park Foundation For Ill Children

    Garfield Motorcycle Run Supports Elmwood Park Foundation For Ill Children

    GARFIELD, N.J.– Participants in the fourth annual Riders for Rare Diseases Bike Run in Garfield will raise money for the Let Them Be Little X2 Foundation. The money raised goes towards children battling rare diseases, a few of whom will be the day's "superheroes," according to founder Jeff Leider. The foundation was originally created for two Elmwood Park brothers – 9-year-old ...

  6. Motorcycle Owners, Vendors Swap Parts At Bogota VFW

    Motorcycle Owners, Vendors Swap Parts At Bogota VFW

    BOGOTA, N.J.– The Wingmen Motorcycle Club of Bergen County held a parts swap meet at Bogota VFW Post 5561.The items ranged from helmets to gas tanks to rims to bolts.Vendors and attendees surveyed the items and offered stories and tips on how to care for one another's rides. Several motorcycle owners were in need of parts to complete their bikes, which were parked outside. The Wingmen ...

  7. Former Don Bosco Athlete From Wallington, 28, Dies

    Former Don Bosco Athlete From Wallington, 28, Dies

    WALLINGTON, N.J.– Former Don Bosco football player John D. "J.D." Krommenhoek, 28, of Wallington died suddenly on Tuesday, Aug. 9. The 2006 Bosco graduate had been working as a steamfitter for the Enterprise Association of Steamfitters Local 638 in Long Island City, N.Y.He played on the defensive line for Don Bosco.A service was held Monday at the Church of the Assumption of ...

  8. Funeral Arrangements Set For Bogota Athlete, 29

    Funeral Arrangements Set For Bogota Athlete, 29

    BOGOTA, N.J.– Funeral arrangements have been set for former Don Bosco and University of Louisville football player Brian Roche, 29, of Bogota.The 2005 Bosco graduate, who had been working as a senior consultant for Ernst & Young, died suddenly Saturday morning.The wake is scheduled for 3 9 p.m. Friday at Petrik Funeral Home, located at 140 Palisades Ave., in Bogota.A funeral mass is ...

  9. Wood-Ridge Coach Leads Bergen Catholic Wrestling To New Heights

    Wood-Ridge Coach Leads Bergen Catholic Wrestling To New Heights

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J.– Dave Bell never saw an amateur wrestling match before his freshman year at Wood-Ridge High School.“We had wrestling in gym class and the coach would attend to recruit prospects,” said Bell, 58. “I weighed 80 pounds as a freshman and I fit the bill in body type for the 98-pound weight class.”Once he hit the mat for the first time, “I was sold,” he said. "Wrestling ...

  10. Fair Lawn Mom Ships Donated Books To Troops

    Fair Lawn Mom Ships Donated Books To Troops

    FAIR LAWN, N.J.– Rachel Greenwald of Fair Lawn began collecting books and supplies for troops during "Mitzvah Day" at the Oakland school where she teaches. That was 10 years ago and Greenwald, a mother of two, continues to give to servicemen and women as a volunteer for Operation Paperback. "We collected socks, toiletries [and] many books," said Greenwald, a second- ...

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