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Melissa Heule

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  1. Norwood Pizzeria Owners Unsure When They'll Re-Open After Fire

    Norwood Pizzeria Owners Unsure When They'll Re-Open After Fire

    NORWOOD, N.J. — The owners of Cousins Pizza & Restaurant in Norwood told Daily Voice on Thursday that they're hoping to get in and clean up after a fire that severely damaged the business.“They won’t let us touch anything inside," said Andrew Risch, who was at the Livingston Street pizzeria with his wife, Jeannine, while the investigation of the 4:15 a.m. fire ...

  2. 'Voice' Winner Performs In Allendale For Don Bosco Athletes

    'Voice' Winner Performs In Allendale For Don Bosco Athletes

    ALLENDALE, N.J. — Jermaine Paul, the season-two winner of “The Voice,” will perform at Allendale Bar & Grill Thursday, Jan. 7 to benefit Don Bosco Preparatory High School’s basketball team.Paul and his band will perform before dozens of Fast Break Club supporters at the event. Paul, a singer and songwriter, Paul is the artist behind “Make Love Save The World.” The debut album came ...

  3. Northvale Eyes Monthly Centennial Celebrations

    Northvale Eyes Monthly Centennial Celebrations

    NORTHVALE, N.J. — Northvale is gearing up for a series of centennial celebrations.“We were known as an industry for our artificial flowers back in the day,” said Lori Mangone, one of the organizers. The borough hopes to stage at least one event a month -- hopefully a concert series, a night at the movies at the park, and skating at Hogan’s Field. Officials also hope to dedicate a ...

  4. Franklin Lakes Attorney Shares Passion For Body Painting, Bee Keeping

    Franklin Lakes Attorney Shares Passion For Body Painting, Bee Keeping

    FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J. — An attorney from Franklin Lakes is splitting her time between the court room and the art room, where other people's bodies are the canvases. Fair Lawn native Larissa Symbouras is growing her freelance face and body painting into a full time business, along with bee-keeping.“My mother was an art minor in college, and I think I had art supplies waiting for me when I ...

  5. Mourning Mom's Death, Councilman Sworn In Hillsdale

    Mourning Mom's Death, Councilman Sworn In Hillsdale

    HILLSDALE, N.J. — Still mourning the Christmas Eve death of his mother, Scott Karcich was sworn in as a Hillsdale councilman two days after New Year's.“It was bittersweet," Karcich told Daily Voice. "I wasn’t even sure if I could be there with my mom’s funeral services, but I know she would be proud."Karcich's mother, Daphne, helped with the campaign, worked on ...

  6. Ho-Ho-Kus Library Seeks Part Time Youth Services Employee

    Ho-Ho-Kus Library Seeks Part Time Youth Services Employee

    HO-HO-KUS, N.J. — Members of Ho-Ho-Kus’ Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library seek to fill a part-time Youth Services Librarian position. The library posted the new position Jan. 4, as administration seeks to manage its growing children’s and young adult departments, and 4,100 patrons.Responsibilities include implementing programs targeted at youth up to age 18, as well as collection ...

  7. Norwood Pet Rescuer Raises Funds For Long Lost Friend, Single Father

    Norwood Pet Rescuer Raises Funds For Long Lost Friend, Single Father

    NORWOOD, N.J. — In addition to helping animals, the founder of Bergen County Lost & Found Pets is helping a long-lost friend through a family crisis.Janine Weinert had raised more than $400 on Tuesday evening through a GoFundMe page for an Albany father of 4.James Huber, a military veteran who has suffered five heart attacks, is hoping he won't lose custody of his children. His ...

  8. Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On New Home For Bergenfield Family

    Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On New Home For Bergenfield Family

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. — A low-income family will have a new, energy-efficient home at 110 Bergen Ave. in Bergenfield, thanks to Habitat for Humanity.The ground-breaking will be on Sat., Jan. 9 at 10 a.m. The 1,900 square foot home will have three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, and one-car garage — along with 5,000 square feet of land. “The Bergenfield home will ...

  9. Westwood Students Bring Hearts To Arts Competition

    Westwood Students Bring Hearts To Arts Competition

    WESTWOOD, N.J. —Westwood Regional School District Art Department is holding its fourth annual WWRSD has heART competition and charity event throughout January.Prints of the finalists' artwork will be for sale, and all proceeds will be donated to ArtWorks: The Naomi Cohain Foundation in Englewood. The organization uses creativity and the arts to help children battling chronic and ...

  10. Edgewater Friends Continue Sweet Tradition

    Edgewater Friends Continue Sweet Tradition

    EDGEWATER, N.J. — A group of friends from Edgewater and surrounding communities are continuing a tradition of selling treats at the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal to benefit local charities.Even as friends move out, start their own businesses, and raise their own families, someone always keeps it going. And this time it was Edgewater native Lauren Murphy.“I want to keep it going," ...

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