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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. East Rutherford Police Letting It Grow To Raise Awareness

    East Rutherford Police Letting It Grow To Raise Awareness

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — East Rutherford police became the latest department to forgo the razor blades and let their facial hair grow for No-Shave November, in an effort to raise awareness of men's physical and mental health issues, including prostate cancer.The squad started out with a goal of $1,500 raised through their own donations and contributions from the public.But that number ...

  2. Maywood Residents Unite To Help Family Displaced By Fire

    Maywood Residents Unite To Help Family Displaced By Fire

    MAYWOOD, N.J. — Maywood residents dropped off cash and gift card donations on Wednesday and Thursday for two families who were displaced by a house fire.Since the two families have students who attend Maywood Avenue School, Superintendent of Schools Michael Jordan opened up the school’s gym to be used as a drop-off location for donations.“It’s good to help out our neighbors,” said ...

  3. Teaneck Residents Honored For Community Service

    Teaneck Residents Honored For Community Service

    TEANECK, N.J. -- The Teaneck Chamber of Commerce honored local residents at its 14th annual Community Awards Dinner. "Each year I am amazed of some of the folks that I do know that are being honored, to find that there is a whole other side, their involvements outside of what I would naturally associate with them, their interests, their passions," Chamber President Larry Bauer ...

  4. Saddle Brook Scouts Lend Vets A Hand

    Saddle Brook Scouts Lend Vets A Hand

    SADDLE BROOK, 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 meet monthly at St. Philip the Apostle gymnasium, 488 Saddle River Road in Saddle Brook.MORE INFO: Contact Tricia Regan at (551) 404-2090 or e-mail triciaregan625@verizon.net.

  5. Lyndhurst's Memorial School Encourages Literacy Through Read-A-Thon

    Lyndhurst's Memorial School Encourages Literacy Through Read-A-Thon

    LYNDHURST, N.J -- Lyndhurst Memorial School is hosting a Read-A-Thon through the end of November in an effort to make reading more fun and exciting for students.The Read-A-Thon is a fundraising effort where family and friends of students can pledge to pay for each page the student reads. All of the proceeds will go to the school and students."This year one of our initiatives is to ...

  6. Fire Alarm Issue Temporarily Closes Johnson Public Library

    Fire Alarm Issue Temporarily Closes Johnson Public Library

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Johnson Public Library announced Thursday morning that it will be closed until further notice due to fire alarm issue.Patrons are instructed to call before visiting the library at 274 Main Street in Hackensack. The library's number is (201) 343-4169.Readers can also check back for more information on the library's FACEBOOK PAGE.

  7. Carlstadt Class Collects 87 Pounds Of Candy For Troops Overseas

    Carlstadt Class Collects 87 Pounds Of Candy For Troops Overseas

    CARLSTADT, N.J. -- Fourth-grade students collected and donated 87 pounds of Halloween candy in one day to send to overseas troops.Maura Barrett, a fourth-grade teacher at Carlstadt Public School, organized the donation.Over her 15 years teaching in the district, Barrett is constantly organizing events that get students involved in their communities."It's an important lesson for the ...

  8. 200 Club Of Bergen Honors Lyndhurst Hero Police Officer In Train Crash

    200 Club Of Bergen Honors Lyndhurst Hero Police Officer In Train Crash

    LYNDHURST, N.J. -- The 200 Club of Bergen County last month honored Lyndhurst Police Officer Michael Keane for rescuing passengers from a derailed Amtrak train this past spring.Keane and his fiancee, Courtney Keegan of North Arlington, were on the Amtrak No. 188 train that derailed on May 13 in Philadelphia.The crash killed eight and injured more than 200 -- the nation’s deadliest train ...

  9. Hasbrouck Heights Police Put Down Razors, Take Up No-Shave November Cause

    Hasbrouck Heights Police Put Down Razors, Take Up No-Shave November Cause

    HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Hasbrouck Heights police became the latest North Jersey law enforcement agency to hop aboard the No-Shave November movement to raise awareness of men's physical and mental health issues."We relaxed our policy on facial hair so that our officers can participate," Hasbrouck Heights Det. Lt. Michael Colaneri Jr. said.Participating "Movember" ...

  10. Rochelle Park Police Grow Out Facial Hair To Support Men's Health

    Rochelle Park Police Grow Out Facial Hair To Support Men's Health

    ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- Rochelle Park police got the OK from Chief Robert Flannelly to participate in No-Shave November to raise awareness of men's physical and mental health issues."By encouraging men to get involved, Movember aims to increase early cancer detection, diagnosis and effective treatments, and ultimately reduce the number of preventable deaths," according to the a ...

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