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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 Woman Among 5 Accused Of Abusing Disabled Adults At Daycare

    Elizabeth Woman Among 5 Accused Of Abusing Disabled Adults At Daycare

    Five employees of an East Brunswick care facility, along with the facility itself, were indicted on charges involving the abuse and neglect of two disabled adults, the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office said Wednesday. Elizabeth resident Janella Allen, 31, was indicted on two counts of abandonment and neglect of a disabled person and two counts of endangerment. Also indicted were ...

  2. Woman Killed By Train Strike In South Orange Identified

    Woman Killed By Train Strike In South Orange Identified

    NJ Transit released the name of the woman who was fatally struck by a train in South Orange Wednesday. Barbara Voorhees, 60, of New Providence, died after she was hit by a Dover-bound train around middday. She was the first of two people killed by a train Wednesday in the Essex County area. An unidentified male was struck by an Amtrak train just east of Penn Station in Newark ...

  3. Med School Student Center Named For Westfield's Dr. Derrick Nelson

    Med School Student Center Named For Westfield's Dr. Derrick Nelson

    The late principal of Westfield High School widely praised for his service in the military and for his dedication to the students in his charge has received another honor, a Roseland law firm announced Thursday. Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, which is located at Seton Hall University in South Orange, has named its student life center for Derrick Nelson, who died in April ...

  4. Bishop Investigating Sex Abuse Accused Of Molesting Altar Boy In Jersey City

    Bishop Investigating Sex Abuse Accused Of Molesting Altar Boy In Jersey City

    The bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Brooklyn has been accused of molesting an altar boy while he served as a priest in Jersey City four decades ago. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio released a statement Wednesday in response to the allegation, first reported by the Associated Press, that he assaulted the boy while serving as a priest at St. Nicholas Church in the 1970s. In his ...

  5. Person Struck By Train In Harrison; 2nd Person Killed By Train In NJ Wednesday

    Person Struck By Train In Harrison; 2nd Person Killed By Train In NJ Wednesday

    An Amtrak train struck a person who had entered the tracks in Harrison just east of Penn Station Newark Wednesday night, NJ Transit said. Transit later said the person died. The person was hit around 5:07 p.m. The incident disrupted service between New York Penn and Newark Penn stations, NJ Transit and Amtrak said. PATH service was affected as well. The red lights in this ...

  6. No One Has Claimed $9.5M Jackpot Ticket Sold In Newark

    No One Has Claimed $9.5M Jackpot Ticket Sold In Newark

    About six weeks later, no one has yet come forward to claim a lottery ticket sold in Newark and good for a $9.5 million jackpot, state lottery officials said Thursday. The Pick-6 ticket was sold at Pilot Travel Center, 400 Doremus Ave., for the Sept. 30 drawing. The winning numbers were 14, 22, 26, 29, 36 and 48.Anyone attempting to claim the prize must have possession of the ...

  7. Overnight Heating Shelters In Newark, East Orange Open Amid Frigid Temps

    Overnight Heating Shelters In Newark, East Orange Open Amid Frigid Temps

    In response to bitter cold conditions, Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Department of Health and Community Wellness Director Dr. Mark Wade have activated “Code Blue” for Wednesday night and it will remain in effect into Thursday morning, the city said in a statement Wednesday. A Code Blue is activated when temperatures fall to 25 degrees without precipitation or 32 degrees with ...

  8. UPDATE: Person Fatally Struck By Dover-Bound Train In South Orange Identified

    UPDATE: Person Fatally Struck By Dover-Bound Train In South Orange Identified

    UPDATE: The woman's name was released Thursday. Click here for more. A Dover-bound NJ Transit train struck and killed a person in South Orange Wednesday, a spokeswoman for the agency said. Morris & Essex 6225, which left Penn Station New York shortly before noon, struck the person, described only as a female trespasser, at around 12:30 p.m. at Mountain Station. None of the ...

  9. Winning $137K Lottery Ticket Sold In Jersey City

    Winning $137K Lottery Ticket Sold In Jersey City

    A Jersey Cash 5 lottery ticket sold for the Tuesday drawing wins a $137,874 jackpot, state lottery officials said. The ticket was purchased at Happy Kids Stationery, 757 Bergen Ave. in Jersey City. The winning numbers were: 17, 22, 25, 32 and 35 and the XTRA number was: 04. The retailer will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for the winning ticket sold. 

  10. GoFundMe For Grandma Whose Summit Home Of 56 Years Was Destroyed In Fire

    GoFundMe For Grandma Whose Summit Home Of 56 Years Was Destroyed In Fire

    A police officer and a firefighter suffered minor injuries in a house fire on Morris Avenue in Summit Monday. Fortunately, no one else was hurt. Sadly, though, the one-family home was destroyed, and a grandmother who has been living there for 56 years now needs the community's help. The woman, who had to jump out of a window to escape the flames and was under observation at ...

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