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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. West New York Man, 22, Killed In Motorcycle Crash On Turnpike In Secaucus

    West New York Man, 22, Killed In Motorcycle Crash On Turnpike In Secaucus

    A West New York man was killed when he struck a guardrail on the New Jersey Turnpike with his motorcycle Saturday, State Police said. Agustin G. Amendola, 22, was leaving the Turnpike at Exit 16E in Secaucus around 10:40 a.m. when he hit the guardrail and was thrown from the bike. He was pronounced dead at the scene. In a tragic coincidence, he is one of two young men killed ...

  2. Kids Pepper-Sprayed At Jersey City School; 2nd Such Incident In JC Since May

    Kids Pepper-Sprayed At Jersey City School; 2nd Such Incident In JC Since May

    Six students were hospitalized for respiratory distress after they were exposed to pepper spray at their Jersey City middle school Monday, a city spokeswoman said. Police and firefighters responded to Frank Conwell Middle School around 1:30 p.m. and were told the pepper spray had been deployed inside the gym. A total of 18 students were evacuated and six taken to Jersey City ...

  3. North Bergen Man, 22, Identified As Victim In Fatal Turnpike Crash

    North Bergen Man, 22, Identified As Victim In Fatal Turnpike Crash

    The person killed in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike Saturday in Burlington County is a 22-year-old North Bergen man, State Police said. Mohamedam A. Elbezaz was in a rear seat of a car traveling north around 4 p.m. when the vehicle bounced off a guardrail and collided with an SUV in Mansfield Township. Elbezaz was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver suffered serious ...

  4. Woman Struck And Killed By Car Near Newark Penn Station

    Woman Struck And Killed By Car Near Newark Penn Station

    The Essex County Prosecutor's Office is investigating after a woman was hit by a car in Newark and died early Monday morning, a spokesman confirmed. The woman, whose identity was not immediately released, was hit near Penn Station, in the area of McCarter Highway and Market Street, around 2:20 a.m. She was pronounced dead at University Hospital about a half-hour later. The ...

  5. Ashley Rose Farrell, 26, Of Bayonne, Leaves Behind Young Son

    Ashley Rose Farrell, 26, Of Bayonne, Leaves Behind Young Son

    Ashley Rose Farrell of Bayonne died unexpectedly Wednesday. She was 26 years old. She is survived by her son, Benjamin; her father Dennis Farrell; her mother and stepfather Alice and Anthony Vetter; her sister Diana Farrell; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and many close friends. Loved ones described her as a devoted mother and homemaker "who radiated kindness, ...

  6. Longtime Turtle Back Zoo Volunteer From Belleville Honored

    Longtime Turtle Back Zoo Volunteer From Belleville Honored

    A plaque has been installed at Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange honoring a longtime volunteer docent who died early this year. Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo was on hand Friday to dedicate the plaque to John P. Doeffinger, a lifelong resident of Belleville. In addition to his work as a docent he also served as president of the Zoological Society of New Jersey. He died ...

  7. SEEN HIM? Suspect Identified In Linden Shooting

    SEEN HIM? Suspect Identified In Linden Shooting

    A 26-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder and other offenses in connection with a shooting Friday night, police in Linden said. A 49-year-old man was wounded around 8:15 p.m. inside a Cedar Avenue home, police said. He was taken to University Hospital for treatment. Derrick Merisma has also been charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses, police said. ...

  8. Newark Bar Owner Seen On His Own Security Video Threatening Man With Gun

    Newark Bar Owner Seen On His Own Security Video Threatening Man With Gun

    The owner of a bar in Newark's Ironbound has been found guilty of making terroristic threats, with one incident recorded on the bar owner's own surveillance camera, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said. Eduardo Lesmes, 40, was also found guilty of possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and aggravated assault. Around 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 1, 2016, a surveillance ...

  9. 'House Of Horrors': Newark Woman Admits Scalding 3-Year-Old With Boiling Water

    'House Of Horrors': Newark Woman Admits Scalding 3-Year-Old With Boiling Water

    A Newark woman who lived in the same building with several other adults and children admitted in court that she punished a little boy living in the home by pouring boiling water on him, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said Friday. Patricia Buchan, 29, struck a plea deal in which she will face up to five years in prison when she's sentenced in December. On Dec. 4, 2018, ...

  10. Authorities Ask For Public's Help Identifying Woman Found In Hudson River

    Authorities Ask For Public's Help Identifying Woman Found In Hudson River

    Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez is asking for the public's help identifying a woman whose body was found in the Hudson River in Hoboken early this month. Police and firefighters retrieved the body from the water near Lackawanna Terminal around 3 p.m. Oct. 1. Authorities released a composite sketch (attached). She appears to be dark-skinned, 5 feet tall and about 130 ...

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