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David Cifarelli

Reporter 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. Gloucester Drowning Victim Remembered As Young Man Who 'You Could Count On'

    Gloucester Drowning Victim Remembered As Young Man Who 'You Could Count On'

    The 18-year-old victim of a recent drowning at a quarry on the North Shore was a recent high school graduate, incoming college freshman and athlete. Fabieri "Fab" Fabert had just graduated from Everett High School and was planning on attending Merrimack College in the fall, Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria said on Facebook. "He was a standout football player with the Everett High ...

  2. Ex-Owner Of Illicit Franklin Massage Parlor Sentenced For Fraud

    Ex-Owner Of Illicit Franklin Massage Parlor Sentenced For Fraud

    A woman was sentenced to three years of probation for fraudulently obtaining tens of thousands of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds, the US Attorney's Office for Massachusetts reports. Chynna Savath, age 57, of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, is the former owner of a massage parlor located in Franklin called Thai Body Work. Savath apparently obtained $34,391 in fraudulent ...

  3. Major Companies Say They'll Cover Employee Travel Expenses For Abortions

    Major Companies Say They'll Cover Employee Travel Expenses For Abortions

    Several major media companies will cover travel costs for employees seeking abortions in response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe vs. Wade, Variety reports. This comes after the court ruled 6-3 to overturn people's constitutional right to the procedure on the morning of Friday, June 24.Companies including Disney, Netflix, Paramount, Comcast, Sony and Meta confirmed to ...

  4. Fire Breaks Out On 20th Floor Of Downtown Boston High-Rise

    Fire Breaks Out On 20th Floor Of Downtown Boston High-Rise

    One person is in the hospital after a fire broke out on the 20th floor of a new high-rise building in downtown Boston, Boston EMS said on Twitter. Fire is knocked down, BFD still clearing a smoke condition on floors 20 & 21. No further patients at this time. Boston EMS units standing by. pic.twitter.com/U0WsFwXXSz— Boston EMS (@BOSTON_EMS) June 24, 2022 The fire occurred ...

  5. Massachusetts Protects Abortion Rights In Response To Roe V. Wade Ruling

    Massachusetts Protects Abortion Rights In Response To Roe V. Wade Ruling

    In response to the US Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade, Gov. Charlie Baker has signed an executive order protecting people's abortion rights in Massachusetts. “The Commonwealth has long been a leader in protecting a woman’s right to choose and access to reproductive health services, while other states have criminalized or otherwise restricted access,” Baker said in a release. ...

  6. Lawrence Husband Charged With Murdering Wife While Kids Were Home

    Lawrence Husband Charged With Murdering Wife While Kids Were Home

    A police officer in the Dominican Republic is being held without bail after he was charged with murdering his wife in their Massachusetts apartment while their four children were home, the Eagle Tribune reports.Junior Solis Garcia, age 39, was charged in connection with the stabbing death of his wife, Mariel Ramos De Los Santos, age 30, on Thursday, June 23, Lawrence ...

  7. Somerville Attorney Arrested For Allegedly Bribing Local Police Chief

    Somerville Attorney Arrested For Allegedly Bribing Local Police Chief

    An attorney from Somerville has been arrested for allegedly bribing a local police chief to get approval for a marijuana dispensary, the US Attorney's Office for Massachusetts said. Sean O'Donovan, age 54, allegedly tried bribing Medford's police chief with $25,000 to secure the approval of a recreational marijuana dispensary for one of his clients, the office ...

  8. Authorities ID 18-Year-Old Who Drowned In Gloucester Quarry

    Authorities ID 18-Year-Old Who Drowned In Gloucester Quarry

    Authorities have identified the 18-year-old who drowned in a prohibited swimming area in Gloucester as Fabieri Fabert of Everett, the Essex County District Attorney's Office said.Fabert was pulled from the water after crews responded to the reported drowning at Vernon's Pit around 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22, Massachusetts State Police said. Fabert ...

  9. Tewksbury Employee Caught Trading Drugs With NH Man Near His Job

    Tewksbury Employee Caught Trading Drugs With NH Man Near His Job

    Two men are facing multiple charges after police caught them exchanging drugs outside one of their places of work, authorities said. Police were conducting surveillance when they saw an apparent drug deal between Jason Ricciarelli, age 42, of Lowell, and Craig Pickering, age 59, of Manchester, NH, Tewksbury Police said. This happened in the area of 1795 Andover Street ...

  10. Pittsburgh's Brooke Annibale Bringing 'Bigger, Bolder Sound' To MASS MoCA

    Pittsburgh's Brooke Annibale Bringing 'Bigger, Bolder Sound' To MASS MoCA

    In a world where tens of thousands of songs come out per day, one pop-folk singer/songwriter hopes her sound will be the one to stand out among the crowd.  Brooke Annibale has been professionally releasing music since she was 23 years old but finally feels like she's in a place where everything is coming together. The now 34-year-old artist will be performing at MASS MoCA ...

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