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  1. Little Falls Pizzeria Owner Blends Tradition With Modern Trends

    Little Falls Pizzeria Owner Blends Tradition With Modern Trends

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. — Jerry Gencarelli of Little Falls considers himself just as much a resident of Saddle Brook as his hometown after owning Frank's Pizzeria for more than 20 years.In many ways the Frank's in the Saddle Brook Mall remains the same since Gencarelli opened it in 1992."I keep the same ingredients, I have the same food," Gencarelli told Daily Voice. "I still ...

  2. Former Clifton Bodybuilder Helps Health Of Others

    Former Clifton Bodybuilder Helps Health Of Others

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. — A lifetime of scrutinizing his own health led a Clifton native and Elmwood Park deli owner to help others with their fitness all while continuing his goals as a bodybuilder.James Carney, 47, dealt with Crohn's disease since he was 18. Combined with his background in the medical field as an x-ray technician and degree in health, Carney always kept a focus on the ...

  3. Underprivileged Runners Get New Sneaks, Running Site From Paterson Org

    Underprivileged Runners Get New Sneaks, Running Site From Paterson Org

    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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Wayne Boy Inspires Guardian Angel Program

    Wayne Boy Inspires Guardian Angel Program

    WAYNE, N.J. — Henry Catalano, 4, of Wayne, became a guardian angel for many families in northern New Jersey as he persevered through his treatments for a brain tumor. His aunt, Jenna Triano, came to his side last June to help pay for his medical bills. In six weeks she raised $20,000 through various donations and fundraisers.From there, the non-profit Henry's Halos was born."He's ...

  6. Paterson Drug Sweep Nets 35 Arrests

    Paterson Drug Sweep Nets 35 Arrests

    PATERSON, N.J. — A three-week drug investigation in Paterson led to 35 arrests, authorities said.Most of the people arrested Wednesday were buyers, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and acting Paterson Police Chief William Fraher said on Friday. Also arrested was Jaquwane Gray, 39, of Paterson, who was accused of running the drug ring on Broadway in the Fourth Ward.Up to 50 ...

  7. Paterson Kidney Transplant Mission Crosses Borders

    Paterson Kidney Transplant Mission Crosses Borders

    PATERSON, N.J. — A Paterson couple didn't have to look far across the family tree to find a new kidney for Espirman Ortiz but still needed to cross international lines to make it happen.Ortiz was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago at the age of 29 and needed dialysis and a transplant. His younger sister, Marlene, volunteered to donate hers but since she lives in the Dominican ...

  8. Sheriff: Paterson Business Owner Sold Heroin From Grocery Store

    Sheriff: Paterson Business Owner Sold Heroin From Grocery Store

    PATERSON, N.J. — Detectives charged a Paterson businessman with running a heroin operation out of his Carroll Street grocery store, authorities said.Detectives found 250 glassines of heroin valued at $1,000, along with $6,000 in alleged proceeds and drug paraphernalia during a raid Wednesday at Chelo Grocery Store, Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said.They arrested the owner, ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. Hawthorne Student 'Opens Doors' For Kids

    Hawthorne Student 'Opens Doors' For Kids

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. — Erick Pinos made his Hawthorne family proud when he was accepted to MIT.The junior now helps other families feel the same way with the help of his mom and siblings through Tech 101 Kids.The program introduces local children to science, technology and educational devices to inspire them and "promote an engineering mindset." "He definitely opened the door ...

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