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Andrea Graziano

Chief Content Officer

Andrea Graziano was a reporter for the Journal News in Rockland and Westchester counties for eight years, covering everything from schools to immigration to breaking news. Prior to that she worked at a chain of weekly newspapers on Long Island's North Shore and as a freelance writer for Yankees Magazine. She has a Master's Degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. When not working, she enjoys reading, running and spending as much time as possible with her husband and two sons.

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  1. Police Officer Shot In Westchester, Two Suspects In Custody

    Police Officer Shot In Westchester, Two Suspects In Custody

    A female police officer in Westchester was shot in the face Monday night, according to multiple published reports.The officer, who was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, is expected to survive, according to the Daily News.The Yonkers officer was conducting a vehicle stop with her partner near Park Hill Avenue and Rumey Road at around 8:15 p.m. when she was shot at least once, ...

  2. Guilty: Middletown's Heil Convicted Of Killing Infant Son

    Guilty: Middletown's Heil Convicted Of Killing Infant Son

    GOSHEN, N.Y.  - Michael Heil was convicted Thursday of murder and manslaughter charges in the death of his 2-month-old son last year, an Orange County jury determined Thursday, according to the Times Herald Record.Heil, 27, was convicted after a 10 day trial. During the trial, medical experts testified that someone violently shook, slammed or threw Zachary Heil. Michael Heil was alone ...

  3. Randy Kilgore Named CEO Of Daily Voice

    Randy Kilgore Named CEO Of Daily Voice

    Daily Voice, publisher of 76 community news sites in seven suburban New York City counties, has named Randy Kilgore as CEO, succeeding Carll Tucker, who continues as Founder and Chair. “Randy is the right leader for tomorrow,” said Tucker, making the announcement. “As President of National Sales for Gannett, and before that, as Chief Revenue Officer for a successful digital start-up, ...

  4. Future Helps The Past: Ridgewood Teens Volunteer For Historical Society

    Future Helps The Past: Ridgewood Teens Volunteer For Historical Society

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. – When the Ridgewood Historical Society and Schoolhouse Museum needed some heavy items moved they knew just who to call for the job –  teen entrepreneur Joe Rahaim.The problem? They didn't have a budget to pay Rahaim, owner of Joe's Odd Jobs, or his crew. It ended up not being a problem at all.'"When I put the text out to my regular workers, the response was ...

  5. Midland Park Police Use Narcan To Save 16-Year-Old Girl

    Midland Park Police Use Narcan To Save 16-Year-Old Girl

    MIDLAND PARK, N.J. – Midland Park Police revived a teenager who overdosing on drugs, the Bergen County Prosecutor said.Police used Narcan to revive a 16-year-old girl. It was the 111th Narcan save by police in Bergen County this year.Check back for more details.

  6. Still Going. Ramsey Rescue Recognizes President For 46 Years Of Service

    Still Going. Ramsey Rescue Recognizes President For 46 Years Of Service

    RAMSEY, N.J. – Members of Ramsey Rescue are thanking one of their own for decades of service.Mike Yevchak has served the squad for 46 years."Still going at 46 years of service, Ramsey Rescue truly appreciates the many years this "senior" member & President Mike Yevchak provides to the town of Ramsey," the group wrote on its Facebook page.Ramsey Rescue handles ...

  7. Wayne Schools To Close Early Due To Heat

    Wayne Schools To Close Early Due To Heat

    WAYNE, N.J. – Schools in Wayne will close early Tuesday due to the extreme heat.Wayne Township Public Schools will be operating on a minimal day schedule for students. After-care will operate as usual and lunches will be served.Please click here for the minimum day schedule.Temperatures Tuesday are expected to rise into the 90s.

  8. Edgewater Schools Dismissing Early Tuesday Due to Heat

    Edgewater Schools Dismissing Early Tuesday Due to Heat

    EDGEWATER, N.J. – Edgewater schools will dismiss early Tuesday due to the heat.EVG will dismiss at 12:03 p.m. and GW at 12:18 p.m.Temperatures Tuesday are expected to climb into the mid-90s.

  9. Need To Cool Off? These Bergen Pools Allow Non-Residents

    Need To Cool Off? These Bergen Pools Allow Non-Residents

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. – You're hot, your kids are cranky and you just want to cool off. With temperatures Tuesday expected to rise into the 90s in Bergen, you may be wondering what pool you can visit without being a resident of that town.Here is a list of some of the public pools rated by Yelp users as the best and what their membership requirements are.Paramus Municipal Swimming Pool – ...

  10. PHOTOS: Black Bear Spotted On Goffle Road In Hawthorne

    PHOTOS: Black Bear Spotted On Goffle Road In Hawthorne

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. – A black bear was spotted in a tree on Goffle Hill Road in Hawthorne Monday afternoon.Hawthorne Police and a representative of Tyco Animal Control Services responded and found the bear in the tree eating. They decided the bear was not an immediate threat to anyone and asked the residents of the home where the bear was camped out to stay inside.Animal officials were ...

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