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Anthony Locicero

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Paramus native Anthony Locicero is a reporter covering Bergen and Passaic counties for Daily Voice. He writes breaking/urgent news, features, sports, and more. Anthony covered both local news and local high school sports for various publications before joining Daily Voice in February 2016. He is a graduate of both Don Bosco Prep and William Paterson University. 

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  1. VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door

    VIDEO: Elmwood Park's Angelo's Pizzeria Owner Transfers Skills Next Door

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J.– Angelo's longtime owner Pasquale Turano is selling his Elmwood Park pizzeria but he'll still be around: right next door.Turano will be opening Sugar Rush Bakery to Angelo's, which is being bought by Francesca Brick Oven Pizza and Pasta owner Sal Reina, expanding from Glen Rock.WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE. 

  2. Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom

    Paramus Musician, 12, Showing Guitar Superstardom

    PARAMUS, N.J.– Staying up to watch the Super Bowl XLII halftime show sparked an early interest in music for Jake Thistle of Paramus."He (Tom Petty) played the first chord of 'American Girl' and I was hooked," Thistle, 12, said. The Eastbrook student began playing guitar when he was 9 after being gifted an axe by a family friend."It was too nice not to play it," ...

  3. Facelift On Horizon For Fairview Library

    Facelift On Horizon For Fairview Library

    FAIRVIEW, N.J.– The Fairview Public Library will be closed for two weeks while it undergoes some cosmetic changes, officials announced.From Monday through Oct. 2, new carpeting will be installed and painting will be completed, library director Kristen Nelson said. During the closure, the Cliffside Park Public Library, 505 Palisades Ave., will issue Fairview Library cards, Nelson ...

  4. Palisades Park Rockets Up List Of State's Top High Schools

    Palisades Park Rockets Up List Of State's Top High Schools

    PALISADES PARK, N.J.– Palisades Jr./Sr. High School jumped 118 spots to No. 128 in New Jersey Monthly Magazine's list of the state's top high schools.According to New Jersey Monthly Magazine, rankings are based entirely on data reported by the schools to the state Department of Education and published in the School Performance Reports section of the department's website.Data ...

  5. Fort Lee Band Performs Anniversary Concert At Annual Arts, Music Festival

    Fort Lee Band Performs Anniversary Concert At Annual Arts, Music Festival

    FORT LEE, N.J.– Borough-based band The Royal Teens will perform a 60th anniversary concert Oct. 2 at the annual Fort Lee Arts & Music festival.The event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine, on Lemoine Avenue, between Main Street and Bruce Reynolds Boulevard. There also will be free rides, face painting, arts and crafts and vendors.Parking will be available in the ...

  6. 'Grandpa's Country Breakfast' Returns To Ridgefield Park Lodge

    'Grandpa's Country Breakfast' Returns To Ridgefield Park Lodge

    RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.– Ridgefield Park's Mosaic Lodge 194 of Free and Accepted Masons will be raising money for its charity fund with another "Grandpa's Country Pancake Breakfast' Oct. 1. The event is from 8 a.m. until noon. The cost is $10 per person; $5 for children 10 and younger.The lodge will serve pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, coffee, tea and juice."Remember: ...

  7. Closter Memorial Car Show Aids Tenafly's 'Joey's Fund'

    Closter Memorial Car Show Aids Tenafly's 'Joey's Fund'

    CLOSTER, N.J. – A memorial car show will be at St. Mary's Church in Closter on Oct. 1.The 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. show will feature classic cars, a DJ, trophies for competitors, door prizes, 50/50 raffles, gift raffles, food trucks and vendors and games.The inaugural event was launched by the DeCarlo family in honor of their son, Joseph, who was 2½ when he died in 1986. Joey's Fund out of ...

  8. Recycled Tennis Balls Make Courts Squishier At Tenafly Racquet Club

    Recycled Tennis Balls Make Courts Squishier At Tenafly Racquet Club

    TENAFLY, N.J.– The courts at Tenafly Racquet Club are squishier, and General Manager Geoff Grant knows why: they're partially made of recycled tennis balls."It really cushions your joints," Grant told Daily Voice. "It gives me the sense of feeling stronger out there because there isn't pain."Last year, Courtsense at Tenafly Racquet Club became the first tennis ...

  9. Rev. Gina Kim Installed As Palisades District Superintendent

    Rev. Gina Kim Installed As Palisades District Superintendent

    LEONIA, N.J.– The Rev. Gina Kim will be installed as the new Palisades District Superintendent, Leonia Methodist Church announced in a statement. Kim has served in full-time ministry for 24 years, as a youth pastor, associate pastor and senior pastor, according to The United Methodist Church of Greater New Jersey. She is replacing the Rev. Wayne Plumstead. A ceremony is planned for 5 ...

  10. VIDEO: Matriarch Cuts Ribbon To Celebrate Eatery's Return To Fort Lee

    VIDEO: Matriarch Cuts Ribbon To Celebrate Eatery's Return To Fort Lee

    FORT LEE, N.J.– Ida Castrianni – the matriarch of Fort Lee's Callahan's – grabbed the oversized scissors Saturday and cut the blue ribbon to officially celebrate the eatery's return to the borough."I'm very happy with what we're doing here," she said. Mayor Mark Sokolich said Callahan's is synonymous with Fort Lee, having been in the borough for 50 years prior to closing.After ...

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