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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. Elizabeth Man Gets 30 Years In Slaying Of Woman

    Elizabeth Man Gets 30 Years In Slaying Of Woman

    An Elizabeth man who killed one woman and then tried to murder a second woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, the Union County Prosecutor's Office said. Arlie Rodriguez, 47, previously pleaded guilty to killing Patricia Parnham-Hayward, 48, to death at her apartment in May 2013. Her body was found with a garment wrapped around her neck, authorities said. Rodriguez ...

  2. Musician Peter Mayer's 'Stars & Promises' Holiday Tour Has Stop In Somerville

    Musician Peter Mayer's 'Stars & Promises' Holiday Tour Has Stop In Somerville

    Peter Mayer, a Nashville-based musician who has performed with Jimmy Buffet, James Taylor, Don Henley and many others during a decades-long career, will be appearing Friday at United Reformed Church, 100 W. Main St. in Somerville, as part of his Echoes of the Seasons-Stars & Promises Tour. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show ...

  3. Montgomery Wants Immigrant Family Members Out Of Detention Centers: Report

    Montgomery Wants Immigrant Family Members Out Of Detention Centers: Report

    Officials in Montgomery Township unanimously passed a resolution calling on the U.S. government to release migrants being held in detention centers and reunited with their family members, NJ.com reported. The resolution, passed by the township committee earlier this month, calls on federal lawmakers representing New Jersey to push for an end to immigrant detention, with an emphasis ...

  4. Bayonne Man Pulled Knife During Shoplifting Try: Police

    Bayonne Man Pulled Knife During Shoplifting Try: Police

     A 27-year-old Bayonne resident faces robbery, weapons offenses and other charges after police said he tried to steal some items from a supermarket Saturday. Daniel Morgan headed to the exit of the C-Town on Broadway around 3:30 p.m. with five containers of laundry detergent he had not paid for, police said. An employee ordered him to stop as Morgan left the building and ran ...

  5. Study: Somerset County Residents Among State's Most Generous

    Study: Somerset County Residents Among State's Most Generous

    Somerset ranks third among all the state's 21 counties for charitable contributions, according to a report prepared by SmartAsset. In coming up with a measure for generosity, the site looked at how much people donate as a percentage of their net income, and the proportion of people in a given county who made charitable donations.In devising the first metric, the site ...

  6. Authorities: Jersey City Shooters Hated Police, Jewish Community

    Authorities: Jersey City Shooters Hated Police, Jewish Community

    State Attorney General Gubir Grewal and other officials provided additional information on the deadly gun battle in Jersey City Tuesday during which "several hundred" rounds were fired, he said. The suspected shooters, David Anderson and Francine Graham, had five firearms in their possession as well as a simple but working pipe bomb. The pipe bomb and one of the guns was later ...

  7. Winning $234K Lottery Tickets Sold In Hackensack, Paterson

    Winning $234K Lottery Tickets Sold In Hackensack, Paterson

    Two Jersey Cash 5 players will split the $469,250 jackpot from Wednesday's drawing, state lottery officials said. The winning numbers were: 14, 16, 19, 32 and 38 and the XTRA number was: 03.  Those tickets were sold at the following locations:7-Eleven #24447, 469 Passaic St., HackensackKrauszer’s Food Store, 375 McLean Blvd., PatersonEach of the winning tickets pays out ...

  8. Man Claims He Was Visiting Bayonne Home He Actually Burglarized: Police

    Man Claims He Was Visiting Bayonne Home He Actually Burglarized: Police

    Bayonne police questioning a disheveled Connecticut man Wednesday afternoon determined he had actually broken into a home where he said he had been visiting a friend, the department said in a statement. Jeremiah Footman, 18, of Stamford, was stopped around 2 p.m. on West 36th Street. His clothing and hair were soiled with fresh dirt and cobwebs, and he also smelled of marijuana, ...

  9. Jersey City Police Union Starts Fundraiser For Family Of Detective Joe Seals

    Jersey City Police Union Starts Fundraiser For Family Of Detective Joe Seals

    A union, the Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association, has set up a GoFuneMe page to benefit the family of Detective Joseph Seals, the Jersey City police officer killed Tuesday prior to an attack on a nearby kosher grocery store. To contribute to the effort, click here. "The JCPOBA has set up this GoFundMe page to accommodate all of the generous offers of support we ...

  10. Civilian Victims In Jersey City Massacre Identified, Fundraiser Launched

    Civilian Victims In Jersey City Massacre Identified, Fundraiser Launched

    The three people who were killed Tuesday when two shooters entered a grocery store in Jersey City have been identified as the wife of the owner, an employee and a bystander at the store, WABC 7 reported. The victims are 24-year-old Moshe Deutsh, 49-year-old Miguel Douglas, and 32-year-old mother of five Mindy Ferenz.Deutsch volunteered with Chai Lifeline, a program which provides ...

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