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Sandra Diamond Fox

Community Reporter

Sandra Diamond Fox has been a journalist since 2005, working for The News-Times and The Redding Pilot prior to coming to the Daily Voice. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Stony Brook University and a Master's degree in publishing from Pace University. She married with four teenage children and is a competitive runner and avid exerciser.

Sandra Diamond Fox's Contributions

  1. Teaneck Junior Police Academy Returning To Department

    Teaneck Junior Police Academy Returning To Department

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Police Chief Robert Carney and the Teaneck Police Department Community Policing Squad announce the return of the Teaneck Police Department Junior Police Academy. The course will be this summer with more information to follow

  2. Come To Kick-Off Party For Teaneck Council Candidate Michael Pagan

    Come To Kick-Off Party For Teaneck Council Candidate Michael Pagan

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Michael Pagan, a candidate for Teaneck council in the May election, invites the public to his campaign kickoff party next week. It will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at 549 Cedar Lane. It will be an opportunity to discuss the issues and brainstorm some possible solutions. There will be light refreshments, music and speeches. 

  3. New Jersey Department Of Health Gives Zika Virus Information

    New Jersey Department Of Health Gives Zika Virus Information

    The New Jersey Department of Health offers the following Zika Virus information:What is Zika virus (Zika)? Zika is a viral infection that is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. Outbreaks typically occur in tropical Africa and southeast Asia. Zika is now present in tropical areas.Who gets Zika? Anyone who gets bitten by an infected mosquito can become infected with Zika.How do ...

  4. High School Equivalency Tests In New Jersey To Become Fully Computer-Based

    High School Equivalency Tests In New Jersey To Become Fully Computer-Based

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Starting in January 2016, New Jersey will be the first state to have fully implemented computer-based testing for high school equivalency diplomas at all of its centers. Paper-based testing will no longer be offered with the exception of those with a demonstrated need for a special accommodation. In December 2013, the Department of Education announced that it ...

  5. New Jersey PSE&G Customers To Receive Bill Credits

    New Jersey PSE&G Customers To Receive Bill Credits

    Public Service Electric and Gas Company, New Jersey’s largest utility, announced it will provide bill credits this winter that will lower bills by about 30 percent during the months of December, January and February for a typical residential gas heating customer. Those customers will see an average total bill credit of approximately $124 this winter.Including this winter’s bill credits, ...

  6. Donate To Bryant Elementary School's Winter Coats Drive In Teaneck

    Donate To Bryant Elementary School's Winter Coats Drive In Teaneck

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Students at Bryant Elementary School in Teaneck are holding a coat drive through Dec. 11. Gently used or new winter coats, jackets and sweaters are being accepted for the coat drive. Bryant School continues to use these experiences to demonstrate community activism, charity and compassion for its children. The school is at 1 Tryon Ave.

  7. Pentagon Opens All Combat Jobs To Women

    Pentagon Opens All Combat Jobs To Women

    In an historic change for the American military, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Thursday the Pentagon will open all combat jobs to women, according to a story in The New York Times.The groundbreaking decision overturns a 1994 Pentagon rule that restricts women from artillery, armor, infantry and other such combat roles, even though in reality women often found themselves in ...

  8. Worldwide Travel Alert For U.S. Citizens Issued By State Department

    Worldwide Travel Alert For U.S. Citizens Issued By State Department

    The U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert due to ongoing terrorist threats from the Islamic State of Iraq and Great Syria (ISIS) and other groups.The travel alert urges caution for any Americans traveling abroad, coming in the wake of a terrorist attack in Paris on Nov. 13 that killed 130 people, Time.com reported.According to the State Department, the alert will ...

  9. Highest Percentage Of European ISIS Fighters Come From Belgium

    Highest Percentage Of European ISIS Fighters Come From Belgium

    In the wake of last week's terrorist attacks in Paris, police have arrested seven suspects in the Molenbeek district of Brussels, according to statista.com.According to data compiled by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Belgium has contributed the most fighters to ISIS of any European Union nation on a per capita basis, statista.com said.RFE/RL estimate that there are 40 fighters per ...

  10. Shift In Sense Of Humor May Signal Onset Of Dementia

    Shift In Sense Of Humor May Signal Onset Of Dementia

    New research from University College London suggests that shifts in what a person finds funny can herald imminent changes in the brain. Published this month in the "Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease," the study found that an altered sense of humor can predate a diagnosis of dementia by as much as 10 years, according to a Wall Street Journal story.A burgeoning penchant for ...

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