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Lauren Kidd Ferguson

Community Reporter lkferguson@dailyvoice.com

Lauren Kidd Ferguson began her journalism career in 2004 as a statehouse reporter for Gannett New Jersey. She was a member of a team that covered state government and politics for seven daily newspapers throughout New Jersey. Her coverage of the McGreevey administration and young voters earned her the New Jersey Press Association’s award for best rookie reporter in the state. Lauren also served as a reporter for Gannett’s flagship New Jersey paper, the Asbury Park Press. She covered communities along the Jersey Shore, and won investigative reporting awards for writing about police brutality in Seaside Park. She has also worked as a speechwriter and spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Children and Families, as well as a communications manager for Children’s Rights, a national advocacy organization that uses the law to reform foster care systems. Lauren graduated from the College of New Jersey. She grew up in Ringwood, and now calls Waldwick home. She believes everyone has a story to tell, and she’d love to hear yours.

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  1. Tech Pro Moves Business To Mahwah, Deems It ‘Place To Be’

    Tech Pro Moves Business To Mahwah, Deems It ‘Place To Be’

    MAHWAH, N.J. – When Richard Delaney was looking to consolidate his Sloatsburg, N.Y. and Paramus offices into one, he quickly settled on Mahwah.“Mahwah is really a unique business hub. It is the place to be,” said Delaney, chief technology officer for Delaney Computer Services, Inc. His company provides IT support services to small and mid-market businessesDelaney, who grew up in ...

  2. Immigrant Owner Of Clifton Cafe: Dreams Sometimes Come True

    Immigrant Owner Of Clifton Cafe: Dreams Sometimes Come True

    CLIFTON, N.J. – When two sisters from the former Yugoslavia who came to the United States as refugees want a taste of home, they know exactly where to go: Café Bubamara in Clifton.“This reminds me of my mom’s cooking. You feel at home,” Garfield resident Adisa Feratovic said of the cafe's Balkan food.“When you miss it, you know where to come. Here,” said her sister, Alisa Mackic.The ...

  3. Oakland Sportscaster's Daughter: The Only Way To See Dad Was To Watch TV

    Oakland Sportscaster's Daughter: The Only Way To See Dad Was To Watch TV

    OAKLAND, N.J. – A chapter of Oakland native Cindi Michael’s memoir, "The Sportscaster’s Daughter," is labeled “The Golden Years.”“It is really when our family was the strongest,” said Michael, of the years she and her siblings lived in Oakland with their famous father, George Michael.George Michael was a WABC disc jockey, Islanders play-by-play announcer and weekend ...

  4. First Responders Recall Fatal Hawthorne Explosion 50 Years Later

    First Responders Recall Fatal Hawthorne Explosion 50 Years Later

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. – Former Hawthorne volunteer firefighter Harry Shortway, Jr. has vivid memories of February 17, 1967. “I will never forget that morning. People coming out of the building on fire. Clothes on fire,” said Shortway, the mayor of Midland Park.Shortway, also formerly a police officer in Ridgewood, was the first responder to arrive at the scene of the Morningstar-Paisley ...

  5. River Edge Mom Invents Cure For Sleepless Nights

    River Edge Mom Invents Cure For Sleepless Nights

    RIVER EDGE, N.J. – Before moving to River Edge, Samantha Senack spent over 20 years in the fashion industry.“I have traveled the world and lived in China babysitting production, India, and all types of fantastic places getting to see how things are made and negotiating and seeing designs come to life,” said Senack, an Oakland native.So when her baby daughter, Birdie, had trouble ...

  6. Paramus Native Helps Build Costa Rican Refuge For Illegally Traded Animals

    Paramus Native Helps Build Costa Rican Refuge For Illegally Traded Animals

    MAHWAH, N.J. – Amy Zambrano has done plenty of volunteer work in New Jersey. The Paramus native teaches CCD, and has volunteered at a camp for children with disabilities and a nursing home, she said. “I love seeing people smile and giving back,” said Zambrano, a senior at Ramapo College of New Jersey in Mahwah.Zambrano said it was “on my bucket list” to bring her passion for ...

  7. New Ringwood Diner Dream Come True For Waldwick Couple

    New Ringwood Diner Dream Come True For Waldwick Couple

    RINGWOOD, N.J. – Diners are a family affair for Peter Katsihtis.His father owned a diner in Yonkers, his cousins own about a dozen in Manhattan, and he and his wife Sophia owned one in Brooklyn.But after six years, the commute from their Waldwick home to their Brooklyn diner got to be too much. After Peter saw an ad in a Greek magazine about a diner for sale in Ringwood – just about 20 ...

  8. Mastectomy Patients Cry Tears Of Joy At Wyckoff Lingerie Store

    Mastectomy Patients Cry Tears Of Joy At Wyckoff Lingerie Store

    WYCKOFF, N.J. – Paul Haber calls his Wyckoff and River Edge employees “heroes.”“They are complete heroes for making so many women feel good,” said Haber, who co-owns the Wizard of Bras (WOB) lingerie stores with his brother Mitchell and sister Loren.“They spend so much time fitting everyone to make them feel good, help their self-esteem,” Haber said, as he stood in the Wyckoff store ...

  9. Saddle Brook Volunteers Bundle Up, Dig Out Neighbors

    Saddle Brook Volunteers Bundle Up, Dig Out Neighbors

    SADDLE BROOK, N.J. – As snow piled up in Saddle Brook Thursday, residents involved in the township’s new Community Partnership initiative sprang into action.The program – launched in December – has a mission to link vulnerable residents in need of assistance with resources and volunteers.Thursday, five community members utilized the Partnership’s dedicated phone line to request help ...

  10. Second Amendment Group Threatens Lawsuit, Ramsey Tables Gun Law Change

    Second Amendment Group Threatens Lawsuit, Ramsey Tables Gun Law Change

    RAMSEY, N.J. – Amidst threat of a lawsuit from the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, the Ramsey Borough Council Wednesday held off on adopting an ordinance that would prohibit firearms from being discharged at shooting ranges within the borough.The council voted to table the ordinance until the next council meeting on Feb. 22.“We are in the process of obtaining a national law firm to ...

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