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Cecilia Levine

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  1. Wayne Stop & Shop Sells  $150,000 Powerball Ticket

    Wayne Stop & Shop Sells $150,000 Powerball Ticket

    The Super Stop & Shop in Wayne sold a winning Powerball ticket worth $150,000.The ticket from the June 9 drawing was purchased with Power Play multiplier from the Hamburg Turnpike grocer. The winning numbers were 06, 10, 15, 25 and 36. The Red Power Ball number was 14. The Multiplier number was 03. Another winning ticket was sold at a Shell in Perth Amboy.The Powerball jackpot rolls ...

  2. Midland Park Pitcher Hailed As Hero After Being Hit In Head With Ball

    Midland Park Pitcher Hailed As Hero After Being Hit In Head With Ball

    An 11-year-old Midland Park boy who was struck in the head with a batted ball while pitching in a major tournament in Maryland over the weekend is being hailed the hero of the game.Ralph Warner, a fifth grader at the Highland School, was named the "Player of the Game" as he recovered in the ICU with a broken skull and two brain bleeds after Saturday's game at the Cal Ripken ...

  3. Mother: Found Bergen County Woman Was 'Victim,' Talks With Investigators

    Mother: Found Bergen County Woman Was 'Victim,' Talks With Investigators

    UPDATE: Erin Stack, the Bergen mom who finally was found more than three weeks after she'd gone missing, was "being questioned as a victim" Wednesday afternoon, her mother told Daily Voice."Passaic County prosecutors are [the] ones who called me," Lori Stack Greenleaf told Daily Voice. "I spoke to her briefly."No more was being said other than that Erin ...

  4. Grand Opening, Grand Closing: Hackensack Chicken Store Runs Out Of Chicken

    Grand Opening, Grand Closing: Hackensack Chicken Store Runs Out Of Chicken

    Just two days after its grand opening, Blaze'D Chicken in Hackensack has temporarily closed.Why? It ran out of chicken. The store will reopen at 11 a.m. Tuesday."Due to high demand we ran out of chicken," according to a sign on the door."Our chicken farm is not open on Sundays. Rather than sacrificing our quality with chicken somewhere else we rather wait."The ...

  5. B Is For Burgers: IHOb Rolls Out New Name, Menu

    B Is For Burgers: IHOb Rolls Out New Name, Menu

    In a shocking twist, the "B" in the International House of Pancakes' new name, IHOb, is not breakfast, brunch or burrito. That's right, it's burgers.The restaurant chain announced Monday on Fox News that its new name comes with a new menu rollout of Steakburgers.The change to International House of Burgers is not permanent, and it will continue to serve pancakes as ...

  6. West Milford HS Senior Banned From Prom For Party Crashing

    West Milford HS Senior Banned From Prom For Party Crashing

    A West Milford senior was banned from senior prom after crashing junior prom, NorthJersey.com reports.Volleyball captain Nick Beyjoun admitted to school officials on June 1 that he and three friends crashed the March 29 party, the article says.The trio snuck in through the side door of the off-campus event, stayed for a few songs and then left -- not before two of them were spotted by ...

  7. 'Life Is Precious': Paramus Woman Recovers From Brain Injury With CrossFit

    'Life Is Precious': Paramus Woman Recovers From Brain Injury With CrossFit

    Life can change in an instant.It did for Kelly Ann Woods of Paramus in 2012 when she slipped and fell on ice. Only months later was she diagnosed with a concussion and spinal fluid leak. The accident to Woods is a red line that divides her life in two, but her fierce determination to finish any task at hand -- whether it's recovery or a workout at CrossFit The Rack located inside of ...

  8. The 6 Most Hazardous Injuries Passaic ER Doctors Will See This Summer

    The 6 Most Hazardous Injuries Passaic ER Doctors Will See This Summer

    Emergency room doctors across the U.S. are readying for the hazardous injuries that come with summer activities.Holy Name Medical Center Co-Director of Emergency Medicine Randy Tartacoff is running down the six most common summer injuries he and other physicians are anticipating.1. Heat-related illnesses: Tartacoff says these rarely occur outside of summer. They can be life-threatening ...

  9. Big Reveal: Little Ferry Immigrant Claims $325 Million Powerball Jackpot

    Big Reveal: Little Ferry Immigrant Claims $325 Million Powerball Jackpot

    A Little Ferry accountant on Friday claimed the $315.3 million New Jersey Powerball ticket sold at the Hackensack ShopRite last month.Tayeb Souami, 56,  won the third-largest Powerball jackpot in state history in the May 19 drawing, New Jersey Lottery officials said."I like the number," Souami said, who was accompanied at lottery headquarters in Trenton by his son and ...

  10. Leonia Native Anthony Bourdain Dead From Apparent Suicide At 61

    Leonia Native Anthony Bourdain Dead From Apparent Suicide At 61

    Leonia native and chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain was found dead of an apparent suicide in a French hotel Friday. He was 61.Having graduated from the Dwight-Englewood School in 1973, Bourdain became most known as host of CNN’s “Parts Unknown” TV show. A 1978 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, Bourdain returned to CIA last year where he ...

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