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Cecilia Levine

Managing Editor, New Jersey clevine@dailyvoice.com

Cecilia Levine’s career in journalism began her junior year at Pace University. While writing for the university's paper, she helped shed light on campus problems and couldn't see herself doing anything but reporting. The West Hartford, CT native graduated in 2014 and began working for NorthJersey.com weeklies in Essex County. It was there that she launched a health column profiling locals battling serious illnesses, helped impact change to the local animal shelter and earned an NJPA award for health writing. Cecilia started off as a reporter for Daily Voice when the company launched its New Jersey pod in Summer 2015, and has since worked her way up to become the managing editor. She is proud to now call Bergen County "home.”

Cecilia Levine's Contributions

  1. Analyst: Whole Foods Price Cuts 'More Bark Than Bite'

    Analyst: Whole Foods Price Cuts 'More Bark Than Bite'

    An analyst is warning that Monday's price cuts by Amazon at Whole Foods Market locations are "more bark than bite," according to a note published Tuesday.Gordon Haskett Research Advisors analyst Charles Grom said in the note that the cuts look deep on the surface but in reality, reveal only modest reductions.The average price of more than 100 products Grom tracked from last ...

  2. Free Slurpees: Celebrate 7-Eleven's Birthday Tuesday In Fairfield County

    Free Slurpees: Celebrate 7-Eleven's Birthday Tuesday In Fairfield County

    Happy birthday, 7-Eleven! The convenience store is turning 90 — which means it's party time.On Tuesday, July 11, customers can go into any store and receive a free small Slurpee — including the new cotton candy flavor.The deal lasts from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.CLICK HERE TO FIND A STORE NEAR YOU.

  3. Nets Dancer From Fairfield Dies Of Brain Cancer

    Nets Dancer From Fairfield Dies Of Brain Cancer

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Jaclyn Sabol Patton of Fairfield died of brain cancer Tuesday. Patton began performing with the then-New Jersey Nets dancers in 2005 and was a journalism major at Rutgers University in New Jersey.She was the host of "Jac Of All Nets," a video feature on the team's website, and worked with the NBA as a choreographer.She was also an account director for the ...

  4. Stamford Architect Breaks Ground On New Jersey Bank

    Stamford Architect Breaks Ground On New Jersey Bank

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. — Kearny Bank recently broke ground on an entirely new building that will eventually replace its current North Arlington branch office. The new structure will be built in what is now a parking lot and upon completion, the older building will be razed to make way for parking.According to the current construction schedule, the new North Arlington branch – a sleek, ...

  5. Puppy Whose Ears Were Cut With Scissors Belongs To 'Sidekick' Stamford Mom

    Puppy Whose Ears Were Cut With Scissors Belongs To 'Sidekick' Stamford Mom

    RINGWOOD, N.J. — Layla was only a few weeks old but dying when Ringwood’s Southern Paws rescued her from a Mississippi backyard breeder last summer.Her ears had been cropped with scissors and she was severely malnourished.But the pit mix has made a full recovery, and has become her new adoptive mom’s sidekick.“We do everything together,” said Jessica Newman of Stamford, Conn., who ...

  6. Glen Rock Surgeon 'Knocks Out Opiate Abuse'

    Glen Rock Surgeon 'Knocks Out Opiate Abuse'

    GLEN ROCK, N.J. — Physician Robert Kayal of Glen Rock sees a direct link between  prescribed opiates and the heroin abuse rates in New Jersey.The surgeon takes a multimodal approach to minimizing pain before, during and after surgery to eliminate the need for opiates.On Thursday, Kayal will take to the streets with a team of more than 2,000 advocates from across New Jersey to ...

  7. Video: New Jersey Teen Reels In 200-Pound Shark

    Video: New Jersey Teen Reels In 200-Pound Shark

    EMERSON, N.J. — Emerson's Gianni Mandile and his dad had one more day, after two uneventful outings, to catch a good fish before leaving Long Beach Island.Then the 13-year-old felt his pole really start to shake."It feels like a shark," Gianni told his father, Joseph. After 25 patient minutes of alternately reeling in and letting out the line, the Mandiles could see the ...

  8. Ramsey Athlete With Cerebral Palsy, 11, Meets 'Hero,' Kobe Bryant

    Ramsey Athlete With Cerebral Palsy, 11, Meets 'Hero,' Kobe Bryant

    LOS ANGELES, C.A. — It's been Marina Pellicciari's dream to see a Los Angeles Lakers game.When the 11-year-old Ramsey athlete with cerebral palsy heard her favorite basketball player Kobe Bryant would be retiring at the end of this season after a 20-year-career, her family bought tickets to a game that November day.Marina went to Friday evening's game, and — thanks to the Lakers' VP of ...

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