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Anthony Locicero

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Paramus native Anthony Locicero is a reporter covering Bergen and Passaic counties for Daily Voice. He writes breaking/urgent news, features, sports, and more. Anthony covered both local news and local high school sports for various publications before joining Daily Voice in February 2016. He is a graduate of both Don Bosco Prep and William Paterson University. 

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  1. Funeral Arrangements Set For Bogota Athlete, 29

    Funeral Arrangements Set For Bogota Athlete, 29

    BOGOTA, N.J.– Funeral arrangements have been set for former Don Bosco and University of Louisville football player Brian Roche, 29, of Bogota.The 2005 Bosco graduate, who had been working as a senior consultant for Ernst & Young, died suddenly Saturday morning.The wake is scheduled for 3 9 p.m. Friday at Petrik Funeral Home, located at 140 Palisades Ave., in Bogota.A funeral mass is ...

  2. Wood-Ridge Coach Leads Bergen Catholic Wrestling To New Heights

    Wood-Ridge Coach Leads Bergen Catholic Wrestling To New Heights

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J.– Dave Bell never saw an amateur wrestling match before his freshman year at Wood-Ridge High School.“We had wrestling in gym class and the coach would attend to recruit prospects,” said Bell, 58. “I weighed 80 pounds as a freshman and I fit the bill in body type for the 98-pound weight class.”Once he hit the mat for the first time, “I was sold,” he said. "Wrestling ...

  3. Fair Lawn Mom Ships Donated Books To Troops

    Fair Lawn Mom Ships Donated Books To Troops

    FAIR LAWN, N.J.– Rachel Greenwald of Fair Lawn began collecting books and supplies for troops during "Mitzvah Day" at the Oakland school where she teaches. That was 10 years ago and Greenwald, a mother of two, continues to give to servicemen and women as a volunteer for Operation Paperback. "We collected socks, toiletries [and] many books," said Greenwald, a second- ...

  4. Carlstadt Mom 'Wraps' Homeless In Hope

    Carlstadt Mom 'Wraps' Homeless In Hope

    CARLSTADT, N.J.– A Carlstadt mom has provided school supplies for children in Ghana, West Africa. But her mission to serve the less fortunate started much closer to home."My daughter and I were walking in Newark and saw a homeless person," Nikki Whitney said. "She could not understand why this person was on the streets, why he didn't have family to help him. She asked a ...

  5. Community Raises Over $50,000 For Fair Lawn Teacher Battling Rare Cancer

    Community Raises Over $50,000 For Fair Lawn Teacher Battling Rare Cancer

    FAIR LAWN N.J.– An outpouring of help for a Fair Lawn woman battling cancer has produced over $50,000 in donations.Maria Smith's sister, Teresa Vojack of Hawthorne, created a special account to help pay for treatment."This has all come as quite a shock to our family," Vojack wrote on the GoFundMe page she created for her kin. "Our first instinct is to draw upon our family ...

  6. Recent Leonia High School Graduate Runs For Board Of Education

    Recent Leonia High School Graduate Runs For Board Of Education

    LEONIA, N.J.– Bryce Robins took his dad's advice when deciding to run for a spot on Leonia's Board of Education."I think he put it best: Education is power," said Robins, 17.Robins graduated from Leonia High School in June and will study political science at George Washington University this fall.While he's still too young to vote, he'll turn 18 on Sept. 4,  enough time before ...

  7. Lyndhurst Officials Honor Heroes Who Rescued Drowning Boy

    Lyndhurst Officials Honor Heroes Who Rescued Drowning Boy

    LYNDHURST, N.J.– When Dean Woolis noticed his friend wasn't resurfacing after he jumped into the deep end of the a pool, a group of five Lyndhurst residents rushed over to help.The heroes received awards from Public Safety Commissioner John Montillo, Jr. on Tuesday at the Board of Commissioners meeting. "It's something that could have been very tragic," Detective Vincent ...

  8. Lyndhurst Police Go Pink To Support Breast Cancer Awareness

    Lyndhurst Police Go Pink To Support Breast Cancer Awareness

    LYNDHURST, N.J.– Lyndhurst police will join several others in wearing pink uniform patches this October to support breast cancer research, education and awareness.It's part of the #PinkPatchProject, a collaborative effort among the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs' Association and other law enforcement agencies nationwide during what is annually Breast Cancer Awareness Month. "I ...

  9. Northvale Athlete Honored For Academic Excellence

    Northvale Athlete Honored For Academic Excellence

    PARAMUS, N.J.– Bergen Community College honored two student-athletes who maintained 4.0 GPAs, and a former coach who served for nearly two decades. Former track and field and cross country coach Don Bozzone of Paramus was inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Hall of Fame.Frank Paparozzi of Lodi and Nadia Vaso of Fort Lee both ...

  10. VIDEO: Officials Break Ground On Garfield Elementary School

    VIDEO: Officials Break Ground On Garfield Elementary School

    GARFIELD, N.J.– Officials broke ground on a new $29.7 million elementary school in Garfield Tuesday morning.James Madison School is slated to open in September 2018."It's been a long journey, but finally we're coming to our destination," Garfield Supt. of Schools Nicholas Perrapato said.The 53,000-square-foot facility will have 13 classrooms, four group instruction rooms and ...

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