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Cecilia Levine

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  1. New List Of Abusive Priests Names Ex-North Jersey Catholic School Admin

    New List Of Abusive Priests Names Ex-North Jersey Catholic School Admin

    The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington named a former North Jersey Catholic high school vice principal on its recent list of priests released Monday who are "credibly accused" of sexually abusing minors since 1948.Monsignor Ronald Tully left the Augustinian order in 1970 to become a priest of Diocese of Paterson. In 2015, a woman reached a settlement with the Paterson Roman ...

  2. John Legend Stops At North Jersey 7-Eleven, Donates To Fire Department

    John Legend Stops At North Jersey 7-Eleven, Donates To Fire Department

    Two Wood-Ridge firefighters were outside 7-Eleven in Wood-Ridge selling tickets to the department's upcoming fundraiser breakfast when John Legend pulled up Sunday morning.The singer, producer and composer went into the store -- after one firefighter explained what the cause was for -- and came out with $20. That's when he handed it to the firefighters, got back in his car and drove ...

  3. North Jersey Mini Mart Sells $50G Lottery Ticket

    North Jersey Mini Mart Sells $50G Lottery Ticket

    A New Jersey Lottery ticket with a grand prize of $50,000 from the Oct. 13 drawing was sold at a North Jersey mini mart.The winning numbers for the ticket, sold at HK Circle Mini Mart in Dumont, were: 11, 14, 32, 43 and 65. The Red Power Ball number was 15. The Multiplier number was 03. The Powerball jackpot rolls to $345,000,000 for the next drawing to be held Wednesday, Oct. 17 at ...

  4. Blind North Jersey Locker Buy Yields Thousands At Auction

    Blind North Jersey Locker Buy Yields Thousands At Auction

    A gallery owner who blindly put down $15,000 for a storage locker in North Jersey saw a return of more than 100-times his investment Sunday at an auction, the New York Post reports.David Killen, a Chelsea gallery owner, sold pieces by Dutch abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning for $1 million, $60,000 and $25,000 at Killen’s West 25th Street gallery.Killen's "nondescript" ...

  5. Teachers In These 3 North Jersey Towns Among Lowest-Paid In State

    Teachers In These 3 North Jersey Towns Among Lowest-Paid In State

    New Jersey has some of the highest-paid teachers -- but there are also some who don't make nearly as much.According to a new report in NJ.com, the median teacher salary in the state was $67,812 last year. The median salary in more than 100 school districts fell below $60,000 and even some below $50,000.Here these three North Jersey towns are where teachers make the least in the state ...

  6. Kids Are Lining Up For Halloween Scare From North Jersey Brothers

    Kids Are Lining Up For Halloween Scare From North Jersey Brothers

    The costume-clad kids that gather on the corner of Jay and Tontine avenues in Lyndhurst every Halloween aren't there for candy.They've come for a fright -- and the Cuneo brothers are prepared to bring it.For the past eight years, Chris Cuneo, 31, and Kevin Cuneo, 29, have been the masterminds behind an elaborate fright fest on their own front lawn. They call it: #HalloweenOnJay.Dress as ...

  7. 'Smart, Sassy' Ringwood Stylist Farrah Shokouhi Dies, 24

    'Smart, Sassy' Ringwood Stylist Farrah Shokouhi Dies, 24

    She was smart. She was sassy. She was special.This is how friends, clients and loved ones remembered Farrah Shokouhi, a Ringwood native who died Oct. 9. She was 24.Shokouhi graduated from Kinnelon High School in 2012 and later Artistic Academy in Morris Plains. She worked at several area salons and beauty parlors, and was remembered in her obituary for her good heart, sense of humor and ...

  8. Traveler May Have Exposed North Jersey Gym To Measles, NY Health Department Says

    Traveler May Have Exposed North Jersey Gym To Measles, NY Health Department Says

    An international traveler may have exposed members of a Montvale gym to measles when he visited North Jersey and parts of New York earlier this month. The Israeli traveler potentially exposing others to measles between Oct. 4 and 11, the New York State Health Department announced.The man visited multiple area venues including:Congregation Bais Elazer, 26 Voyager Court, Monsey, N.Y.Mia's ...

  9. Father-Son Home Developers Open Route 17 Bagel Shop

    Father-Son Home Developers Open Route 17 Bagel Shop

    A pair of father-son home developers have opened a new bagel shop in Paramus.Everything Bagel is now open on Route 17 southbound, right next so Shake Shack.Elliot Cohen of Englewood spent 25 years in banking and has years of experience owning pancake houses and bagel shops. He left both industries to join his son, Andrew Cohen of Edgewater, who opened a home developing business six ...

  10. This Entire North Jersey Street Goes All Out For Halloween

    This Entire North Jersey Street Goes All Out For Halloween

    Nearly every family on Clinton Place was outside on Sunday hanging Halloween decorations. Or at least, some decorations. The others would have to wait until another day because for many families on the Hackensack street, one day isn't enough to prepare for the holiday.The neighborhood has become well-known across North Jersey for its over-the-top decorations. On Halloween night, the ...

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