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Paul Milo

Content Producer pmilo@dailyvoice.com

Paul Milo has worked as a reporter in northern New Jersey for more than 20 years, first for North Jersey Media Group / NorthJersey.com, then at Patch.com and at NJ.com / The Star-Ledger. He has written about a 106-year-old World War I veteran, the Sept. 11 attacks and a 15-year-old stock manipulator who was the youngest person ever civilly charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission, among many other stories. He has interviewed governors, presidential candidates and celebrities including Ryan Seacrest and comedian Kevin Hart.

In addition to his work for New Jersey-based outlets, he has also written for BeliefNet, Editor and Publisher, The Huffington Post, The Boston Globe and other publications, as well as freelance assignments for global chemical company BASF.

His first book, Your Flying Car Awaits, was published by HarperCollins in 2010. As part of the book’s promotional efforts he was interviewed by The New York Times and on WNYC radio’s The Brian Lehrer Show

Paul Milo's Contributions

  1. Community Rallying For Teen Girl From Newark Battling Rare Brain Condition

    Community Rallying For Teen Girl From Newark Battling Rare Brain Condition

    A 13-year-old student at Newark's Science Park High School is coping with Brain AVM  (arteriovenous malformation) and a family friend has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help defray recovery expenses. Emilia Santos is a "fantastic student" who, along with her mom Dina, are "pillars of the community," the campaign's organizer wrote. Her condition -- which typically emerges ...

  2. In Lawsuit, Black Linden Firefighters Say Ex-Chief Regularly Used 'N-Word'

    In Lawsuit, Black Linden Firefighters Say Ex-Chief Regularly Used 'N-Word'

    A lawsuit was filed in Union County Superior Court this week alleging that Linden allowed its fire department to become a "racist environment." The suit, announced at a press conference hosted by the New Jersey Clergy Coalition for Justice, was filed by two former firefighters, both African-American, who say they were regularly exposed to racist treatment, including use of the ...

  3. Physician In Union Charged With Forging Signature On Prescriptions

    Physician In Union Charged With Forging Signature On Prescriptions

    A physician from Springfield who works out of an office in Union has been charged with forging the signature of another doctor on prescriptions, police said. Dr. Robert Hutchinson, 49, has been charged with obtaining by fraud, uttering a forged document and receiving stolen property. Union police were called to a medical practice on Galloping Hill Road Oct. 12 by a physician ...

  4. Fire Tears Through Ho-Ho-Kus Cafe Early Thursday

    Fire Tears Through Ho-Ho-Kus Cafe Early Thursday

    A multi-alarm fire broke out at a Ho-Ho-Kus business early Thursday morning, according to witnesses and published reports. Firefighters responded to Cafe Amici on Sycamore Avenue sometime after 2 a.m. The fire rose to as many as three alarms before it was contained later in the morning. Heavy fire and water damage to Cafe Amici restaurant in Ho-Ho-Kus overnight. @HoHoKusEMS ...

  5. Fox That Bit 3 In Glen Ridge Had Rabies, Officials Say

    Fox That Bit 3 In Glen Ridge Had Rabies, Officials Say

    A fox that was euthanized after biting three people in Glen Ridge Friday has tested positive for rabies, borough officials said. The animal, which came into contact with at least four people, was caught on train tracks near Toney's Brook late Friday morning. It turned to attack one of the police officers trying to catch it, officials said. Anyone who came into contact with a ...

  6. This Woman From Jersey City Is The New Jeopardy! Champ. Who Is ....

    This Woman From Jersey City Is The New Jeopardy! Champ. Who Is ....

    A financial planner from Jersey City crushed it on the high-brow quiz show Jeopardy! Wednesday night, defeating the returning champ with a $34,600 haul. Elise Nussbaum beat out the winner from Tuesday, a New Hampshire medical student, and her fellow newcomer to the show, an engineer from Boston. When she squares off against challengers Ryan Carmichael, of Queens, N.Y., and ...

  7. UPDATE: Teen On Scooter Struck And Killed By Truck In Elizabeth

    UPDATE: Teen On Scooter Struck And Killed By Truck In Elizabeth

    A teen riding a scooter was hit by a truck in Elizabeth Wednesday night, according to witnesses and initial reports. The 16-year-old was struck by a tow truck at Spring Street and Elizabeth Avenue around 8 p.m. and later died, officials said. The truck driver remained at the scene. Posted by Carlos Trujillo's World Famous Mobile Studio on Wednesday, November 20, 2019The ...

  8. Victim In Tuesday's Fatal Newark Shooting Is South Orange Man, 22

    Victim In Tuesday's Fatal Newark Shooting Is South Orange Man, 22

    The victim in the second deadly shooting to occur in Newark within 24 hours earlier this week has been identified as a 22-year-old South Orange man. Sabor A. Townes was gunned down at 80 Clinton Place Tuesday night, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said, There did not appear to be a connection with the shooting the previous night that left 49-year-old Hassan Webb dead. In ...

  9. Newark Man Once Again Charged With Child Pornography

    Newark Man Once Again Charged With Child Pornography

    A Newark man who has previously been convicted of child pornography offenses was indicted Wednesday on yet more charges involving sexual images of minors. Keith Voolgaris, 62, was in possession of at least 50 videos showing sexual abuse of minors, including prepubescent children, from July to September 2017, according to authorities. Using a chatroom and the Dropbox app, ...

  10. Lauren Reinhardt, 35, 'Amazing' Aunt And Animal Lover

    Lauren Reinhardt, 35, 'Amazing' Aunt And Animal Lover

    Lauren Reinhardt of Livingston died Nov. 13. She was 35 years old. She enjoyed hiking, traveling and photography, among other pursuits, and had a special affinity for animals. She's remembered as an "amazing" aunt who enjoyed playing with her nieces and taking them on trips to the pool. Along with her nieces, Blake and Brooke, she is survived by her grandmother, Doris "Pat" ...

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