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Cecilia Levine

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  1. Community Rallies For Bergenfield Native Seeking Cure For Baby Boy

    Community Rallies For Bergenfield Native Seeking Cure For Baby Boy

    The hospital is all baby Killian of Wanaque has ever known.Following his birth late last October, doctors found an issue with his ability to breathe. At just 4 pounds and 2 ounces, the infant endured surgery to repair his esophagus and remained in the NICU for three weeks.It only got worse from there.Baby Killian developed tracheomalacia (a floppy airway). He experienced difficulty ...

  2. Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Fort Lee

    Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Fort Lee

    A winning New Jersey Lottery ticket was sold in Fort Lee.The Jersey Cash 5 ticket worth $151,858 from Saturday's drawing was sold at Garden State News on Lemoine Avenue.The winning numbers were: 10, 12, 19, 34 and 37 and the XTRA number was: 02. “We are thrilled that the winning jackpot ticket was sold at Garden State News," Acting Executive Director James Carey said."The ...

  3. Ramsey Esthetician, Mom Jenine Kinsella Remembered For Beauty -- Inside And Out

    Ramsey Esthetician, Mom Jenine Kinsella Remembered For Beauty -- Inside And Out

    Jenine DiMaggio Kinsella of Ramsey died after a courageous battle with cancer. She was 40 years old.Jenine was born in Queens, N.Y. and later lived in Orange County in Monroe, before settling in Ramsey. The owner of Keep It Glowing, Jenine was a holistic esthetician. Countless people expressed condolences on her social media page and her obituary, remembering for Jenine for her ...

  4. Roxbury Woman Gives Neighbor, NJ Radio Host Second Chance At Life

    Roxbury Woman Gives Neighbor, NJ Radio Host Second Chance At Life

    Kim Roumes of Roxbury has long known Bob Williams only as a friendly neighbor.So when she saw on Facebook that the talk-radio traffic reporter was looking for a kidney donor, Roumes' next move wasn't a question."Bob is the sweetest, kindest, giving person," Roumes told the Daily Record. "I am healthy, I have a great family, and I really think I can help him. Once I decided to get ...

  5. Fort Lee Lawyer's 3,000-Bottle Wine Collection Is Balancing Act... Literally

    Fort Lee Lawyer's 3,000-Bottle Wine Collection Is Balancing Act... Literally

    Managing her passion for wine has become a balancing act for Fort Lee lawyer Christine Bae.Literally.The mom of two included a customized 1,500-bottle wine cellar while renovating her new Norwood home in 2017. But her collection has nearly doubled, and some hundred of Bae's 3,000 bottles are piled on top of one another in her cellar.She admits: "It's somewhat of a ...

  6. Ramsey Boy, 6, Dies After 'Courageous' Battle With Cancer

    Ramsey Boy, 6, Dies After 'Courageous' Battle With Cancer

    Ramsey's streets will be looking brighter Saturday night.Luminaries are available in memory of Tommy FitzPatrick who died on Feb. 12 after a valiant battle with cancer. The 6-year-old is being remembered for his smile and his courage."For two years, Tommy battled brain cancer with incredible courage and grace, and touched the hearts of the many people all over the world who prayed ...

  7. Rutherford Siblings Suing Apple: Faulty iPad Battery Led To Father's Death

    Rutherford Siblings Suing Apple: Faulty iPad Battery Led To Father's Death

    Apple is facing a lawsuit from the children of a Parsippany man claiming a faulty battery pack in an iPad started a fire that ultimately led to his death, Apple Insider reports.The civil suit was filed by Bradley Ireland's daughter Julia Ireland Meo and son Benjamin Ireland of Rutherford with the U.S. District Court.The suit claims that the 64-year-old sustained severe injuries in ...

  8. 'First ResPAWnders': Enter Daily Voice Police, Fire K-9 Competition

    'First ResPAWnders': Enter Daily Voice Police, Fire K-9 Competition

    Daily Voice is on a mission to find the best First ResPAWnder in North Jersey.Whether he or she is a firehouse dog or blueline buddy, we want to see the best boys and girls in Bergen, Passaic and Morris counties.Police officers, firefighters and EMS members can submit their pet for a featured article and a chance to win a prize (it's not bragging rights -- we know you do that ...

  9. HOW TO HELP: 45 Fort Lee Families Displaced By Fire

    HOW TO HELP: 45 Fort Lee Families Displaced By Fire

    The Red Cross, Fort Lee officials and community members are working to assist nearly two dozen families displaced by a fire that tore through an apartment building.A temporary shelter was in place at Fort Lee High School for residents of the Linwood Park complex, which was destroyed by the blaze that started in the basement around 4 p.m. Thursday.Checks, cash or credit card donations ...

  10. State Revokes Teaching License Of Bergenfield Marine Vet Charged With Insurance Fraud

    State Revokes Teaching License Of Bergenfield Marine Vet Charged With Insurance Fraud

    New Jersey education officials revoked the substitute teaching license of a Bergenfield Marine veteran charged with collecting more than $20,000 in paid injury leave from the U.S. Postal Service.Christopher Cassese, 47, was accused of working his side business Semper Fi Pest Control while raking in thousands in paid injury left, after having received an honorable discharge from the ...

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