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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. North Arlington Library Celebrates 75 Years

    North Arlington Library Celebrates 75 Years

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- The North Arlington Library is celebrating its 75th Anniversary with a dinner and is inviting the public.Sponsored by The Friends of the North Arlington Public Library, the dinner will be held on Sunday, Nov. 8 from noon to 4 p.m. at Michael's Riverside Restaurant located at 528 Riverside Ave. in Lyndhurst. The cost is $40 per person, with proceeds going towards ...

  2. Teaneck Students Look Through The Lens For Life Lessons

    Teaneck Students Look Through The Lens For Life Lessons

    TEANECK, N.J. — Teaneck High School students will be able to use photography to learn life lessons through the “Picture of Success” program.Offered by Plethora Media Group, the program has students take photographs representing their values and goals to be used in a culminating presentation. The Plethora Media Group has been providing programs to Teaneck students for the past several ...

  3. Incumbents, Challenger Win Seats On Teaneck Board Of Education

    Incumbents, Challenger Win Seats On Teaneck Board Of Education

    TEANECK, N.J -- Teaneck Board of Education incumbents David Gruber, Sarah Rappoport -- along with challenger Victoria Fisher -- all won seats Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.Gruber received 2,548 votes, Rappoport got 2,187 and Fisher received 2,323.That ousted BOE Vice President Gervonn Romney-Rice, who had 2,100 votes.Kathleen Muse had ...

  4. Newcomer Takes Hackensack Council Seat

    Newcomer Takes Hackensack Council Seat

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Hackensack City Council newcomer Deborah Keeling-Geddis edged out three challengers for a full term on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.Keeling-Geddis received 803 votes after absentee votes were counted.Incumbent Jason Some, who was appointed to the seat in April after Rose Greenman resigned, lost with 775 ...

  5. Republicans Shut Out Democrats In North Arlington

    Republicans Shut Out Democrats In North Arlington

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- Republicans made it a clean sweep in North Arlington, with challengers Brian Fitzhenry and Allison Sheedy ousting incumbent Democrats Albert Granell and Thomas Zammatore, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.The mayor and council are now all Republicans.Fitzhenry got 1,172 votes and Sheedy 1,075 for both three-year ...

  6. Mayors Returning in Ridgefield, Little Ferry, Wood-Ridge

    Mayors Returning in Ridgefield, Little Ferry, Wood-Ridge

    Mayor Mauro Raguseo of Little Ferry, Anthony Suarez of Ridgefield and Paul Sarlo of Wood-Ridge all won re-election on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.Raguseo, a Democrat, won his third term with 1,082 votes. Bernard Sobolewski, his Republican opponent, received 300 votes. Independent Debra Ferrante-Rivera got 177 votes.Suarez, a ...

  7. Carlstadt Gets New Mayor, Incumbents Return in Rutherford, East Rutherford

    Carlstadt Gets New Mayor, Incumbents Return in Rutherford, East Rutherford

    Carlstadt has a new mayor in Craig Lahullier while incumbent mayors Joseph Cassella of East Rutherford and Joseph DeSalvo of Rutherford kept their seats on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.Lahullier, a councilman, received 799 votes. He will take the place of longtime Mayor William Roseman, who didn't run (SEE: Laullier Becomes Mayor In ...

  8. Lahullier Becomes Mayor In Carlstadt

    Lahullier Becomes Mayor In Carlstadt

    CARLSTADT, N.J. -- Incumbent Republican Councilman Craig Lahullier defeated Democrat Police Lt. Walter Beese for mayor of Carlstadt on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.Lahullier, 61, who's been a councilman for 16 years and is president of L&L Mechanical, received 799 votes -- 57.65%.Beese, 51, a former Board of Education member, ...

  9. Rutherford Runner Overcomes Spinal Surgery, Finishes NYC Marathon

    Rutherford Runner Overcomes Spinal Surgery, Finishes NYC Marathon

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Overcoming spinal surgery, weight loss and a heart condition, Cheryl Anne Hedge of Rutherford completed her first marathon in New York City on Sunday, Nov. 1.“I want people to know they pretty much can do anything as long as you put your mind to it,” Hedge said. “If you devote yourself to it or train, you can do anything in life. If you decide to do something, you can ...

  10. Bergen County To Plow, Salt Hackensack Roadways As Part Of Pilot Program

    Bergen County To Plow, Salt Hackensack Roadways As Part Of Pilot Program

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Already looking to the winter months, Bergen officials are instituting a pilot program for snow removal and salting of all county roads in Hackensack.More than 25 roadways or portions of roadways will be included. For a full list, CLICK HERE.Hackensack city officials will be instructed residents to direct safety issues on county roads to the Hackensack Police ...

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