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Andrea Graziano

Chief Content Officer

Andrea Graziano was a reporter for the Journal News in Rockland and Westchester counties for eight years, covering everything from schools to immigration to breaking news. Prior to that she worked at a chain of weekly newspapers on Long Island's North Shore and as a freelance writer for Yankees Magazine. She has a Master's Degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. When not working, she enjoys reading, running and spending as much time as possible with her husband and two sons.

Andrea Graziano's Contributions

  1. Randy Kilgore Named CEO Of Daily Voice

    Randy Kilgore Named CEO Of Daily Voice

    Daily Voice, publisher of 76 community news sites in seven suburban New York City counties, has named Randy Kilgore as CEO, succeeding Carll Tucker, who continues as Founder and Chair. “Randy is the right leader for tomorrow,” said Tucker, making the announcement. “As President of National Sales for Gannett, and before that, as Chief Revenue Officer for a successful digital start-up, ...

  2. Wayne Schools To Close Early Due To Heat

    Wayne Schools To Close Early Due To Heat

    WAYNE, N.J. – Schools in Wayne will close early Tuesday due to the extreme heat.Wayne Township Public Schools will be operating on a minimal day schedule for students. After-care will operate as usual and lunches will be served.Please click here for the minimum day schedule.Temperatures Tuesday are expected to rise into the 90s.

  3. PHOTOS: Black Bear Spotted On Goffle Road In Hawthorne

    PHOTOS: Black Bear Spotted On Goffle Road In Hawthorne

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. – A black bear was spotted in a tree on Goffle Hill Road in Hawthorne Monday afternoon.Hawthorne Police and a representative of Tyco Animal Control Services responded and found the bear in the tree eating. They decided the bear was not an immediate threat to anyone and asked the residents of the home where the bear was camped out to stay inside.Animal officials were ...

  4. Clifton Schools Dismissing Early Monday

    Clifton Schools Dismissing Early Monday

    CLIFTON, N.J. – All Clifton Schools will be dismissing early Monday due to the forecasted heat.Temperatures Monday are supposed to rise into the 90s.Click here for the dismissal schedule.

  5. Jesus's Obituary: As Imagined By New York Times Writer

    Jesus's Obituary: As Imagined By New York Times Writer

    Jesus of Nazareth, a Galilean carpenter turned itinerant minister whose appeals to piety and whose repute as a healer had galvanized a growing contingent of believers, died on Friday after being crucified that morning just outside Jerusalem, only days after his followers had welcomed him triumphantly to the city as “the anointed one” and “the Son of David.” He was about 33.For a man who ...

  6. Attack Claims At Least 23 In Brussels Airport Bombing

    Attack Claims At Least 23 In Brussels Airport Bombing

    A suicide attack at the Brussels airport Tuesday morning has claimed at least 23 lives, according to multiple published reports.Explosions took place outside the security checkpoints and near the airline check-in counters, CNN reported.All flights in and out of Brussels have been canceled the rest of the day, the airport reported."Brussels Airport extends its deepest sympathy to ...

  7. Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million In Sex Tape Suit Against Gawker

    Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million In Sex Tape Suit Against Gawker

    A jury awarded Hulk Hogan $115 million in a lawsuit against Gawker Media for publishing part of a sex tape of the former professional wrestler."Told ya I was gonna slam another giant," Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, tweeted after the verdict.The former WWE wrestler sued Gawker in 2012 after the online company published part of a sex tape video of Hogam. The video ...

  8. NJ Transit, Unions Reach Last-Minute Deal

    NJ Transit, Unions Reach Last-Minute Deal

    Union officials and NJ Transit negotiators announced they had reached a tentative contract deal, averting what could have been its first strike since 1983. "You can all smile now," Stephen Burkert, a spokesman for the labor coalition, told reporters shortly before 7 p.m. Friday. "We have reached a tentative agreement. Thankfully for the commuters of NJ transit the crisis ...

  9. As Work Week Ends, Stress Begins for NJ Transit Riders

    As Work Week Ends, Stress Begins for NJ Transit Riders

    Thousands of NJ Transit train commuters headed home Friday afternoon, uncertain how they will get to work Monday if rail workers go on strike over the weekend."I'm praying and I'm trusting God that something comes through by tomorrow, or Sunday afternoon, so at least we can get to work on Monday," Dawn Pollydore, an East Orange resident who works in a nursing home in ...

  10. Wayne Schools Closed Friday, Hawthorne Delayed

    Wayne Schools Closed Friday, Hawthorne Delayed

    WAYNE, N.J. – Schools in Wayne will be closed Friday morning due to the winter weather.Hawthorne public schools had a delayed opening.Snow is expected to fall through late morning.Check back with Daily Voice for more weather related news and information.

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