Anthony Locicero

Reporter

alocicero@dailyvoice.com

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. 

Anthony was formerly a reporter at Daily Voice.

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Moonachie Officials Announce Annual Ragamuffin Parade Moonachie Officials Announce Annual Ragamuffin Parade
Moonachie Officials Announce Annual Ragamuffin Parade MOONACHIE, N.J.– Moonachie's annual ragamuffin parade will take place Oct. 22 in the Robert L. Craig gymnasium.  The parade is scheduled for 11 a.m. Participants will receive a goody bag and refreshments, organizers said. Parents are encouraged to bring cameras, organizers said. 
VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door
VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door ELMWOOD PARK, N.J.– Angelo's longtime owner Pasquale Turano is selling his Elmwood Park pizzeria but he'll still be around: right next door. Turano will be opening Sugar Rush Bakery to Angelo's, which is being bought by Francesca Brick Oven Pizza and Pasta owner Sal Reina, expanding from Glen Rock. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE. 
Lodi Administrator Voted Supreme Councilman Of Moose Lodge Lodi Administrator Voted Supreme Councilman Of Moose Lodge
Lodi Administrator Voted Supreme Councilman Of Moose Lodge LODI, N.J.– The Borough Manager in Lodi was voted to serve on the International Board Of Directors as the Supreme Councilman for the Loyal Order of Moose. During the 2016 Moose International Convention in St. Louis, Missouri,  Bruce T. Masopust, 56, of Lodi, was voted into office as Supreme Councilman. Masopust has been a member of Lodi Lodge 1971 for 32 years.  Masopust, a former Mayor of Lodi and 18-year member of the council, is now the town's Borough Manager. Related: Former Lodi Mayor Transitions To New Role As Borough Manager “Bruce brings a wealth of experience in the Moose organi…
Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom
Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom PARAMUS, N.J.– Staying up to watch the Super Bowl XLII halftime show sparked an early interest in music for Jake Thistle of Paramus. "He (Tom Petty) played the first chord of 'American Girl' and I was hooked," Thistle, 12, said.  The Eastbrook student began playing guitar when he was 9 after being gifted an axe by a family friend. "It was too nice not to play it," Thistle said.  He learned how to play almost exclusively on YouTube and Skype and it wasn't long before he was playing local gigs. Since then, he's been fortunate enough to play with and learn from some grea…
Westwood Wrestling Event Benefits Scholarship Fund Westwood Wrestling Event Benefits Scholarship Fund
Westwood Wrestling Event Benefits Scholarship Fund WESTWOOD, N.J.– A night of professional wrestling at Westwood High School on Saturday will raise money for the Westwood Chamber of Commerce's Scholarship Fund in memory of Elizabeth Fasciano.Fasciano died of cancer four years ago at the age of 7.  The scholarship was founded on the principle of helping students fund a portion of their college tuition and to remind people of the ongoing battle with pediatric cancer, according to the Chamber.  The chamber said it's awarded $30,000 to students through the fund. There will be a meet-and-greet with World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Fame ind…
Rutherford's Kip Center Honors Retiring Director Peggy Letsche Rutherford's Kip Center Honors Retiring Director Peggy Letsche
Rutherford's Kip Center Honors Retiring Director Peggy Letsche RUTHERFORD, N.J.– Rutherford's 55 Kip Center will honor retiring Executive Director Peggy Letsche, at an Oct. 7 gala in Wood-Ridge.  The senior center celebrated its 30th anniversary last year.  Letsche was in charge for more than two decades. The gala's theme is "Through the Years." "The Gala, which will serve as a fundraiser for 55 Kip Center is also an opportunity for the community to honor Peggy for her many years of undivided service to the community," said Maria Johnson, the head of marketing and fund development.  "Our goal is to raise $50,000 which will be…
Sign Up For Lyndhurst's Women's Volleyball League Sign Up For Lyndhurst's Women's Volleyball League
Sign Up For Lyndhurst's Women's Volleyball League LYNDHURST, N.J.– Individuals or teams can register for Lyndhurst's Womens' Volleyball League at the high school gym at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The season is from September through June. Games are played Monday nights. There will be three divisions of play with alternating start times of 8, 8:45 and 9:30 p.m.  The cost is $45 for residents and $55 for non-residents.  The high school gym is on Weart Avenue, between Fern and Post avenues.  For more information or early registration, contact John@lyndhurstvb.com.
Community Raises Funds For Former Garfield Football Captain Community Raises Funds For Former Garfield Football Captain
Community Raises Funds For Former Garfield Football Captain GARFIELD, N.J.– The community is raising money for a former Garfield High School football player who was injured in a car accident last year. Dave Dishuk needs physical, occupational and speech therapy, according to Carolyn Hollis.  A YouCaring account was created by Metro Duda to help cover Dishuk's medical expenses.  Dishuk was the captain of the 1972 Boilermakers squad. The GHS athletics hall of fame inductee was described by others as willing to help anyone in need, especially his former teammates and other Garfield residents.  "It's a testament to [his] character and our friends…
Passaic County Recycling Program Collects TVs, Electronics In Wayne Passaic County Recycling Program Collects TVs, Electronics In Wayne
Passaic County Recycling Program Collects TVs, Electronics In Wayne WAYNE, N.J.– Passaic County's Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs will be collecting computers and electronics this weekend in Wayne. According to Nina Seiden, Passaic County’s Solid Waste & Recycling Programs manager, almost all types of computer and electronic equipment will be accepted at this two-day event: Monitors; Hard drives; Printers; Keyboards; Modems;  Copier and fax machines; Televisions; Radios; VCRs; Stereo systems; CD players; DVD players;  Cell phones. “Passaic County residents and businesses continue to show their support for recycling these items into other…
Englewood Municipal Alliance Joins Initiative To 'Knock Out' Opiate Abuse Englewood Municipal Alliance Joins Initiative To 'Knock Out' Opiate Abuse
Englewood Municipal Alliance Joins Initiative To 'Knock Out' Opiate Abuse ENGLEWOOD, N.J.– Englewood's Municipal Alliance and city officials are participating in the Partnership for a Drug Free N.J.'s Knock Out Opiate Abuse Day.  The initiative is set for Oct. 6. The purpose, according to the organization, is: To educate families of the addictive qualities of opioid pain medications and their link to heroin abuse rates and conduct outreach to physicians with safe prescribing messages found in the CDC. Prevention guidelines for prescribing opiates which include considering alternative treatment, setting realistic treatment goals with patients and discussing the p…
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