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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. TWICE IS NICE: Newark Man Wins Big Jackpot With Scratch-Off -- Again

    TWICE IS NICE: Newark Man Wins Big Jackpot With Scratch-Off -- Again

    A Newark man told state lottery officials he would keep playing scratch-offs even after he won millions -- and he's as good as his word. In July 2017, "Freddie R." won $2 million on a Platinum Diamond Scratch-Off. Still playing scratch-offs, he changed his usual game to Crossword, which offers a $250,000 jackpot. Using the NJ Lottery app on his phone, he checked the barcode on ...

  2. Reputed Leader Of 'Hoody' Gang, Other Man Charged With Bringing Drugs Into Prison

    Reputed Leader Of 'Hoody' Gang, Other Man Charged With Bringing Drugs Into Prison

    Two Jersey City men who authorities say trafficked drugs into a prison and caused an inmate's overdose were each charged with conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute, the U.S. Attorney's office said Thursday. Noel "Kuko" Salgado, 39, and 38-year-old Rodgerick "Boo" Garrett are scheduled to appear in court Sept. 30 Authorities say Salgado heads up the "Loyal Hoody ...

  3. 'American Gangster' Lawyer Sentenced In Theft Case

    'American Gangster' Lawyer Sentenced In Theft Case

    A Bloomfield attorney will serve 270 hours of community service and must pay restitution after admitting he stole $20,000 in clients' funds, the state Attorney General said Thursday. Richard M. Roberts, 81, pleaded guilty to perjury and theft by failure to make required disposition of property owed in Morris County Superior Court earlier this summer. Roberts also surrendered his ...

  4. DEP Files Lawsuit Against Newark Company Over Odor Complaints

    DEP Files Lawsuit Against Newark Company Over Odor Complaints

    Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine McCabe said Thursday that the state is suing a company in over noxious smells allegedly emanating from a production facility the company owns in Newark's East Ward/  Darling Ingredients, a multinational corporation which recycles inedible animal products for use in the ...

  5. Tickets For Elton John Farewell Tour At Pru Center On Sale This Month

    Tickets For Elton John Farewell Tour At Pru Center On Sale This Month

    Elton John has announced seven new dates for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, which will be making stops at the Prudential Center in Newark and the region's other major venues next year. The tour launched Sept. 8, 2018, to a sold-out crowd who thrilled to classics like “Bennie and the Jets,” “Rocket Man,” “Tiny Dancer,” and “Philadelphia Freedom," among others recorded ...

  6. Have Questions About Newark Water? City Hosting Town Hall Oct. 2

    Have Questions About Newark Water? City Hosting Town Hall Oct. 2

    Newark Mayor Ras Baraka will take part in a town hall at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center next month to discuss the city's ongoing efforts to deal with lead contamination in the city water supply. "State of Water" will be held Wednesday, Oct. 2, at NJPAC, 1 Center St., beginning at 6 p.m. Baraka will take part in a panel discussion moderated by Richard W. Roper, a public ...

  7. Street Closings In Newark For Halsey Festival

    Street Closings In Newark For Halsey Festival

    Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose announces that streets will be closed for the Halsey Street Festival. The event was postponed from its originally scheduled date and will be held on Thursday. From 11 a.m. through 11 p.m., the following streets will be closed:· Halsey Street between Central Avenue and Linden Street· Bleeker Street between Washington and ...

  8. Robbers Enter Newark Pharmacy, Demand 'Oxy' At Gunpoint: Police

    Robbers Enter Newark Pharmacy, Demand 'Oxy' At Gunpoint: Police

    Newark police are looking for two men (pictured) in connection with an armed robbery in the North Ward Tuesday. They entered a pharmacy at 654 Mt. Prospect Ave. around 3:40 p.m. and pulled masks down over their faces. One of the men drew a gun and demanded "Oxy 30," a painkiller. The two left with narcotics and cash, headed south on Mt. Prospect and turned towards Elwood ...

  9. Mosquitoes Test Positive For Serious But Rare EEE Virus In Berkeley Heights

    Mosquitoes Test Positive For Serious But Rare EEE Virus In Berkeley Heights

    A mosquito pool found in Berkeley Heights has tested positive for Eastern equine encephelatis (EEE), a virus-borne disease that is especially dangerous to children under 15 and adults over 50, the township said in a statement Tuesday. The pool of infected mosquitoes was found in the area of Emerson Lane near the Warren border during testing by the Union County Bureau of Mosquito ...

  10. Four Jersey City Police Officers Lose Their Jobs Over Actions During Chase

    Four Jersey City Police Officers Lose Their Jobs Over Actions During Chase

    Four Jersey City police officers have agreed to leave the force and to be forever barred from public employment as part of a plea agreement stemming from a high-speed chase that left an innocent West New York man with serious injuries, the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office said Tuesday. Late on June 4, 2017, a 48-year-old Jersey City man, Leo Pinkston, fled from a traffic stop and ...

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