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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 PD Sets Up 'Safe Zone' For Completing Online Purchases

    Elizabeth PD Sets Up 'Safe Zone' For Completing Online Purchases

    Making purchases or selling items online is convenient for many, but also carries risks when that anonymous stranger contacted on a buy-and-sell website turns out to be a criminal. To combat this type of crime, the Elizabeth Police Department has created a Safe Exchange Zone in front of its headquarters at 1 Police Plaza, In addition to its proximity to the police station, the area ...

  2. Possible $5M Fine, Decades In Prison For Man Caught With Heroin At Penn Station

    Possible $5M Fine, Decades In Prison For Man Caught With Heroin At Penn Station

    A Newark man pleaded guilty Friday to possession with intent to distribute more than 200 grams of heroin following his arrest at a train station in February. Law enforcement investigating reports of drug dealers using trains to travel between Newark and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania stopped Jeremy Lorenzo, 30, as he was waiting to board an Amtrak train at Penn Station in ...

  3. 4 People, Including 2 Firefighters, Hurt In Newark Blaze

    4 People, Including 2 Firefighters, Hurt In Newark Blaze

    Two women were hospitalized for injuries suffered in a fire in Newark Sunday, authorities said. The fire started at 39 Sunset Ave. around 12:35 p.m. and spread to a vacant building next door before it was extinguished shortly before 1 p.m. In addition to the civilians who were hurt, two firefighters suffered shoulder injuries. One was treated at the scene and the other ...

  4. W. Orange Middle School Student's 'Lesbians' Shirt Draws Punishment, Praise

    W. Orange Middle School Student's 'Lesbians' Shirt Draws Punishment, Praise

    An eighth-grader from West Orange caused a stir when she wore a shirt proclaiming "We're All Lesbians" to class at Liberty Middle School -- but the school district is now praising the girl's gesture for prompting a healthy dialogue about tolerance. Justice Cillo-Smith, who identifies as lesbian, was told by a guidance counselor that the shirt violates school district policy ...

  5. UPDATE: Police Looking For Same Man In Two Newark Bank Robberies

    UPDATE: Police Looking For Same Man In Two Newark Bank Robberies

    UPDATE, Oct. 14: Additional photos of the suspect have been added. Original story below: Newark police are asking the public 's help identifying a bank robber who struck in the city Saturday. The man entered Citi Bank at 721 Broad St. around 1:45 p.m. and handed the teller a note demanding money. No cash was taken in that robbery. A few minutes later police say the ...

  6. GoFundMe Launched For Jersey City Police Officer Who Lost Home To Fire

    GoFundMe Launched For Jersey City Police Officer Who Lost Home To Fire

    The West District officers of the Jersey City Police Department have started a fundraiser to benefit a fellow officer and her large extended family whose home was destroyed in an early morning fire Friday. Officer Valerie Carriere and her family of 13 were among dozens of people affected by the four-alarm fire on Wade Street. Two firefighters suffered smoke inhalation battling the ...

  7. Newark Man Gets 25 Years For Killing Driver Who Rear-Ended Him

    Newark Man Gets 25 Years For Killing Driver Who Rear-Ended Him

    A Newark man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after admitting in August he shot and killed a driver who rear-ended him last year, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said Friday.Jerome Bearfield, 28, was hit from behind while driving home from his mother's birthday party May 5, 2018. Bearfield got out of his vehicle with a .38 revolver and fatally shot the other driver, ...

  8. Shannon Gutches, 33, Ran Academy Of Dance In Union

    Shannon Gutches, 33, Ran Academy Of Dance In Union

    Shannon Reilly Gutches of Bound Brook, previously of Elizabeth, died unexpectedly on Sunday. She was 33 years old. Described as a loving and compassionate woman, she earned a Doctor of Psychology degree from Hofstra University and worked as a child psychologist at Piscataway High School and most recently for the Hillsborough Board of Education. Deeply involved with the Hi-Step ...

  9. Convicted Rapist Sentenced For Another Sexual Assault In Jersey City

    Convicted Rapist Sentenced For Another Sexual Assault In Jersey City

    A Jersey City man who broke into an apartment and sexually assaulted a 22-year-old woman at knifepoint while on parole for a similar crime he'd committed years earlier was sentenced Thursday to 51 years in prison, the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement. Maquise Gilchrist, 33, was out of prison less than a year in August 2017 when he broke into the apartment on ...

  10. Kyle Marshall, 25, Of Lafayette and Parsippany, Loved The Outdoors

    Kyle Marshall, 25, Of Lafayette and Parsippany, Loved The Outdoors

    Kyle R. Marshall of Lafayette died Wednesday. He was 25 years old. Born in Belleville, he grew up in Parsippany and graduated from Parsippany Hills High School before moving to Lafayette in 2012 with his family. An avid fan of the outdoors, he loved camping, fishing and kayaking. He was remembered for his heart of gold and sense of humor. He is survived by his sister, ...

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