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  1. Ringwood, W. Milford Running Program Gets Funds For New Shoes

    Ringwood, W. Milford Running Program Gets Funds For New Shoes

    PATERSON, N.J. — Emotions ran high in a Jersey City classroom when a group of underprivileged young girls received brand new pairs of sneakers, thanks to a Paterson-based organization requesting anonymity.The athletes — who got their shoes last week — are members of international running and empowerment program Girls on the Run's latest Jersey City site "New City," also ...

  2. Bloomingdale Tattoo Parlor Lends Creative Touch

    Bloomingdale Tattoo Parlor Lends Creative Touch

    BLOOMINGDALE, N.J. — When people enter Seppuku Tattoo in Bloomingdale they often leave with a memory to last a lifetime.The Main Street tattoo parlor originally opened in Georgia 11 years ago before moving to Bloomingdale. Award-winning tattoo artist Johnny "Thief" Di Donna, of Haskell, started the store and now runs it with a a full team."We're a crazy, functioning lot ...

  3. Police: Wayne Man Beat Puppy To Death With Chair

    Police: Wayne Man Beat Puppy To Death With Chair

    WAYNE, N.J. — Police accused a Wayne man of beating a 6-month-old puppy to death with a kitchen chair.Police found the Husky puppy's blood strewn across the Travelo Drive home of 23-year-old John G. Varcadipone on Friday, Capt. Laurence Martin told Daily Voice.Varcadipone was arrested and charged with animal cruelty and assault, Martin said. He was being held on $75,000 bail at Passaic ...

  4. Young Ringwood Seamstress Crafts 'Purr-fect' Fundraiser

    Young Ringwood Seamstress Crafts 'Purr-fect' Fundraiser

    RINGWOOD, N.J. — A Ringwood mother-daughter team found a way to keep cats happy and help a good cause.Erika Mathews and her 8-year-old daughter Willow Phelps make organic cat-knip toys, sell them and donate the proceeds to different charities. They started last fall."It's been great," Mathews said. "We've been doing local craft shows when they have kids ...

  5. Cafecito In Prospect Park Ranks Among DVlicious Coffee Contest Finalists

    Cafecito In Prospect Park Ranks Among DVlicious Coffee Contest Finalists

    PROSPECT PARK, N.J. -- Passaic County is full of places to get your caffeine fix, but if you want to perk up with the strongest espresso, the richest cappuccino or the most thoughtfully made cuppa joe, there are a handful of absolute musts -- at least according to Daily Voice readers who selected three among the best of the best.Each is now vying for a spot in our ongoing DVlicious ...

  6. Wanaque Educational Program Fights Reptile Misconceptions

    Wanaque Educational Program Fights Reptile Misconceptions

    WANAQUE, N.J. — Bill Boesenberg of Snakes-N-Scales in Wanaque wants to change the way people think of reptiles.Boesenberg, of Wanaque, started the educational animal program around 20 years ago to teach people about the brighter side of reptiles."This is my dream come true really," he told Daily Voice. "I love animals. I love children. To be able to put the two together, ...

  7. West Milford Special Olympic Athletes Flourish

    West Milford Special Olympic Athletes Flourish

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. — Kristi Clave of West Milford started volunteering as a third-grader before she took her altruism to the Special Olympics.Clave, 33, joined West Milford Special Olympics around 10 years ago. She also teaches special education at Maple Road Elementary School.She saw the program grow at a fast rate in her decade of service. "We started a team nine years ago with ...

  8. Bloomingdale Teen Archer Hits Her Mark

    Bloomingdale Teen Archer Hits Her Mark

    BLOOMINGDALE, N.J. — Bloomingdale teen Emilie Simoni's classmates sometimes call her the next Katniss, referencing the "Hunger Games" character.Simoni, 13, picked up archery as a hobby and recently started entering competitions."It's been a lot of fun," Simoni told Daily Voice. "I like how when I practice I just feel relaxed. I don't have to worry about anything ...

  9. Pompton Lakes Therapist Helps Others Live Free, Full

    Pompton Lakes Therapist Helps Others Live Free, Full

    POMPTON LAKES, N.J. — Carol Rosen of Pompton Lakes originally saw herself as an artist before starting her own group therapy sessions.Rosen, a Fair Lawn native and graduate of the high school in 1970, went to art school in Philadelphia before deciding on therapy. She now spends her days helping people "live full and free," as her philosophy goes."I feel so blessed to have ...

  10. Wayne Police Seek Help Finding Bank Robber

    Wayne Police Seek Help Finding Bank Robber

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Police asked for the public's help finding a robber who they said took $7,000 to $8,000 from a bank on Route 23 in Wayne and fled in a vehicle Tuesday morning.The bandit entered the M & T Bank around 9:50 a.m. and said "this is a robbery" and said he would hurt the employees if they didn't give him cash, Capt. Laurence Martin said.He was described as 30 to ...

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