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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. Christie Returns To Moonachie, Promises To Complete Sandy Recovery

    Christie Returns To Moonachie, Promises To Complete Sandy Recovery

    MOONACHIE, N.J. -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to Moonachie on Thursday, Oct. 29, to mark the third anniversary since Superstorm Sandy swept through the area, promising that he will "finish the job" of recovery.The governor's stop included a round-table discussion with small business owners at the Booth Movers, Ltd warehouse on Anderson Avenue, which was flooded ...

  2. Teaneck Police Share Mischief Night, Halloween Safety Tips

    Teaneck Police Share Mischief Night, Halloween Safety Tips

    TEANECK, N.J. — Teaneck authorities issued safety tips for Halloween.Candy, food and beverages children bring home should be inspected by an adult before consumption;Eat factory packaged items only;When in doubt, throw it out;Be aware of food products that can cause allergies, such as peanuts;Make sure your front porch and walkways are well lit for trick-or-treaters;Wear reflective or ...

  3. Teaneck Police Officer, Cancer Survivor Gets Ice Time At Devils Game

    Teaneck Police Officer, Cancer Survivor Gets Ice Time At Devils Game

    TEANECK, N.J. — Teaneck Police Officer Dennis Kleiber, a cancer survivor, was recognized by the New Jersey Devils as part of Hockey Fights Cancer night on Tuesday at the Prudential Center in Newark.Kleiber, along with other members of the Teaneck Police Department, stood as Honor Guard during the National Anthem.A 25-year department veteran, Kleiber was diagnosed with oral squamous ...

  4. Teaneck Fire Department Receives 200 Gallons Of Foam

    Teaneck Fire Department Receives 200 Gallons Of Foam

    TEANECK, N.J. — The Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute has donated 200 gallons of firefighting foam to the Teaneck Fire Department to use for training.“This will allow us to do additional training with foam techniques with hazards we experience in Teaneck from the railroad and interstate,” Fire Chief Anthony Verley said. “Foam is very expensive.”Purchasing foam for the ...

  5. Teaneck Blood Drive Will Honor Past Ambulance Squad Members

    Teaneck Blood Drive Will Honor Past Ambulance Squad Members

    TEANECK, N.J. — The Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps is hosting the 21st annual blood drive on Monday in memory of three deceased life members.The blood drive will honor former members:Walt Pinches, a police captain who was an active member for more than 30 years;Rabbi Stanley Fisch, who also served as chaplain;and Bill Shambroom, a WWII Navy combat veteran who joined TVAC at age ...

  6. Teaneck Author Proves Age Is Not A Factor

    Teaneck Author Proves Age Is Not A Factor

    TEANECK, N.J. — At 77 years old, Teaneck author E.J. Rand is proving it’s never too late to follow your dreams.Rand, a Teaneck local, will be speaking at the Teaneck Library, 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, about his newly published romantic thrillers “Honey Trap” and “Blindsided" on Friday, Oct. 23 at 10:30 a.m.He will also talk about his journey to becoming an author.He always had a ...

  7. Eight-Alarm Fire Blows Through Passaic Apartment Building

    Eight-Alarm Fire Blows Through Passaic Apartment Building

    PASSAIC, N.J. -- An eight-alarm fire burned through the top of a five-story brick apartment building in Passaic Wednesday night.Two firefighters were reported with minor injuries, authorities said, adding that all residents apparently got out safely.Flames tore through the roof of the Gregory Avenue building at the corner of Broadway after the fire broke out around 9 p.m.Unofficial ...

  8. Lyndhurst Emergency Squad Sports Pink Gloves For Breast Cancer Awareness

    Lyndhurst Emergency Squad Sports Pink Gloves For Breast Cancer Awareness

    LYNDHURST, N.J. -- The Lyndhurst Police Emergency Squad is sporting pink gloves for Breast Cancer Awareness this month.“This is the fourth year we're doing and look forward to doing this every year in order to display the importance of early detection,” LPES Capt. Tarcisio Nunes said. ”This is part of our ongoing commitment to promote healthy living in the community we serve.”Every ...

  9. Teaneck International Film Festival Celebrates 10 Years

    Teaneck International Film Festival Celebrates 10 Years

    TEANECK, N.J. — Films from around the world will be screened at the 10th annual Teaneck International Film Festival from Nov. 5-8.They will include "Dil Dhadakne Do" (from India), "Félix and Meira" (Canada), and the original Dracula story, "Nosferatu" (Germany).“The festival got started as a thought on the treadmill between the former executive director, ...

  10. Teaneck, Ridgefield Park Firefighters Salute Last Beam From WTC

    Teaneck, Ridgefield Park Firefighters Salute Last Beam From WTC

    TEANECK, N.J. — A giant American flag flapped in the breeze between aerial tower ladders from Ridgefield Park and Teaneck as the last piece of steel from the World Trade Center was transported along Route 80 today to Colorado.“Teaneck Fire Department is honored to be able to pay tribute to all that sacrificed their lives on 9/11,” said Teaneck Fire Chief Anthony Verley as he stood with ...

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