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Alexis Tarrazi

Community Editor

Daily Voice Community Editor Alexis Tarrazi has been in the news industry for more than 10 years.

A New Jersey native, Tarrazi was graduated from Rutgers University with a Journalism and Media Studies degree and began writing professionally at the Daily Targum.

She later worked as a beat reporter, covering everything from political scandals to celebrity profiles.

Tarrazi's work has garnered her various journalism awards for writing and photography. She also worked as a one-woman-band by creating video news segments and is skilled in social media.

Tarrazi has contributed freelance pieces to various publications in New Jersey and New York.

Alexis Tarrazi's Contributions

  1. Collapsed Sewer Line Closes Rutherford Road

    Collapsed Sewer Line Closes Rutherford Road

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- West Pierrepont Avenue in Rutherford between Carmita Avenue and Riverside Avenue remained closed Monday afternoon after a sewer pipe collapsed.The stretch was closed as a precaution after a resident up the street reported a home sewer backup, said Brian Intindola, Rutherford's borough engineer."We will assess the situation and by 3 p.m. today we should know what ...

  2. Award-Winning Rutherford Dog Helps Children Read

    Award-Winning Rutherford Dog Helps Children Read

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Rodney, who is made of nine pounds of fur and a whole lot of love, will be making his way to the Wood-Ridge Library on Monday, Nov. 9 to help children learn to read.The 7-year-old Pomeranian Shitzu therapy dog from Rutherford visits the library twice a month as part of the Paws for Reading program. Children, ages 5 and older, will each get to read one-on-one with him ...

  3. Rochelle Park Road Improvement Project Begins

    Rochelle Park Road Improvement Project Begins

    ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- Motorists can expect detours on their commute through Rochelle Park as the 2015 Road Program gets under way on Monday, Nov. 9."Lexington Avenue, Forest Place, Williams Avenue and the rear of the firehouse parking lot will be included in the project," said Ken Job, township engineer and co-owner of Job & Job Consulting Engineers in Hackensack. The ...

  4. Teaneck High School Class of '85 Holding Reunion

    Teaneck High School Class of '85 Holding Reunion

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Teaneck High School Class of 1985 will hold its 30-year reunion on Saturday, Nov. 28.The reunion was to be held at The Glenpointe Marriott Hotel but was moved to the Fiesta on Route 17 in Wood-Ridge based on response.The event is set to run from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. with dinner and an open bar.Tickets are $80.There will be no door sales.TICKETS / MORE INFO: ...

  5. Award-Winning Therapy Dog Visits Wood-Ridge To Help Children Read

    Award-Winning Therapy Dog Visits Wood-Ridge To Help Children Read

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J. — Rodney, who is made of nine pounds of fur and a whole lot of love, will be making his way to the Wood-Ridge Library on Monday, Nov. 9 to help children learn to read.The 7-year-old Pomeranian Shitzu therapy dog from Rutherford visits the library twice a month as part of the Paws for Reading program. Children, ages 5 and older, will each get to read one-on-one with him ...

  6. Lyndhurst Planning Board OKs Residental Building With Affordable Units

    Lyndhurst Planning Board OKs Residental Building With Affordable Units

    LYNDHURST, N.J. — A proposal for a 192-unit residential building that will include 39 affordable housing units is headed to the Lyndhurst Board of Commissioners for a vote after being approved by the borough Planning Board.The proposed development at 240 Chubb Avenue is part of the municipality’s 2015 Housing Element Fair Share Plan.“The area is zoned industrial but was given approval ...

  7. Award Winning Therapy Dog Visits Wood-Ridge To Help Children Read

    Award Winning Therapy Dog Visits Wood-Ridge To Help Children Read

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J. — Rodney, who is made of nine pounds of fur and a whole lot of love, will be making his way to the Wood-Ridge Library on Monday, Nov. 9 to help children learn to read.The 7-year-old Pomeranian Shitzu therapy dog from Rutherford visits the library twice a month as part of the Paws for Reading program. Children, ages 5 and older, will each get to read one-on-one with him ...

  8. Teaneck High School Theater Department Presents 'Heidi Chronicles'

    Teaneck High School Theater Department Presents 'Heidi Chronicles'

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Teaneck High School Theater Department will be presenting "The Heidi Chronicles" for three nights.Written by Wendy Wasserstein, the 1989 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama focuses on the women’s movement of the late 20th Century from the point of view of Heidi Holland, a feminist art historian.It follows Holland over two decades, beginning in the 1960s, as she ...

  9. Scouts Lend A Hand to Veterans In Paramus

    Scouts Lend A Hand to Veterans In Paramus

    PARAMUS, N.J. -- Cub Scouts from Pack 222 volunteered at the Veteran Memorial Home in Paramus during their monthly bingo game. The pack has children from first to fifth grade and is open to all towns. They meets monthly at St. Philip the Apostle gymnasium, 488 Saddle River Road in Saddle Brook.For more information, contact Tricia Regan at (551) 404-2090 or e-mail ...

  10. Hasbrouck Heights Floats To Make Their Way Down Boulevard

    Hasbrouck Heights Floats To Make Their Way Down Boulevard

    HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Decked-out floats will make their way through Hasbrouck Heights on Nov. 27 during the second annual holiday contest.The Holiday Float Contest is held in conjunction with the Chamber Holiday Parade."We want to get more community involvement," Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce President Ray Vorisek said.The parade, sponsored by Mayor Rose ...

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