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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Experience Alaska Without Leaving The State At Stew Leonard's Celebration

    Experience Alaska Without Leaving The State At Stew Leonard's Celebration

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Known for its natural beauty and extreme climate, Alaska is also home to some of the world's most diverse fisheries. From chinook and sockeye to crabs and cod, the Land Of The Midnight Sun's seafood stock is at its peak during the month of June. To celebrate the season's catch, Stew Leonard's in Danbury is hosting an Alaska Seafood Celebration to showcase some of the ...

  2. Pace University President Honored At 'Spirit Of Pace' Awards Dinner

    Pace University President Honored At 'Spirit Of Pace' Awards Dinner

    NEW YORK -- At the 54th Annual Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner, held at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, Pace University honored its president, Stephen J. Friedman, with the 2017 Leaders in Management Award. Founded in 1962, the Leaders in Management Award Dinner was created to highlight the assistance Pace receives from its corporate partners. Proceeds from the dinner ...

  3. Pace People This Week: Upward Mobility And Commencement Address

    Pace People This Week: Upward Mobility And Commencement Address

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman is featured in the newly-released film, "The Syndrome." The documentary follows a group of doctors, scientists and legal scholars who have uncovered that “Shaken Baby Syndrome,” a child abuse theory used in hundreds of legal prosecutions each ...

  4. Pace Alums Shine In Broadway's Best

    Pace Alums Shine In Broadway's Best

    NEW YORK -- With the curtain lowered on the 2016-2017 Broadway season, three Pace University Actors Studio Drama School alums have garnered national recognition for their roles in some of the season's most critically acclaimed productions. Rachel Stevens, an MFA directing alum, assistant directed "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," the Broadway musical which ...

  5. Pace-Sponsored Elephant Ban Heads To Governor's Desk For Approval

    Pace-Sponsored Elephant Ban Heads To Governor's Desk For Approval

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- A bill that bans the use of elephants in circuses and other forms of entertainment is headed to Governor Andrew Cuomo's office for his signature, following passage in both houses of the New York State legislature. The Elephant Protection Act originated and was lobbied for by students of the Pace University Environmental Policy Clinic in conjunction with State ...

  6. Protect Your Vision And Health With Eye Cancer Screenings

    Protect Your Vision And Health With Eye Cancer Screenings

    A rare and difficult disease to diagnose, eye cancer can have devastating consequences to vision and overall health. The American Cancer Society estimates over 3,000 cancers of the eye are diagnosed annually, and over 300 people die of the disease each year.Every part of the eye is vulnerable: the eyeball, eye socket and eyelid can all develop cancer. Eyeball cancers include melanoma, ...

  7. Get Acquainted With The Facts Of Testicular Cancer

    Get Acquainted With The Facts Of Testicular Cancer

    Young men in the prime of their lives may feel like they’re invulnerable to cancer. However, according to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 8,850 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year, making it the most common form of cancer in men between the ages of 15 and 35.Highly treatable and almost always curable if caught early, testicular cancer can strike men of any age. ...

  8. Don't Feel The Burn This Summer: Protect Yourself From Melanoma

    Don't Feel The Burn This Summer: Protect Yourself From Melanoma

    A diagnosis that often inspires fear and dread, melanoma provides good cause for concern. The most deadly form of skin cancer, it's responsible for 75 percent of all skin cancer deaths. However, it is largely curable if detected and treated early. Learning the risk factors and minimizing the chances of developing the disease through early detection and sun-safe habits is key, according ...

  9. Reduce Your Cancer Risk With Positive Lifestyle Habits

    Reduce Your Cancer Risk With Positive Lifestyle Habits

    Studies show that one third of all cancers diagnosed in the United States are related to lifestyle factors such as obesity, poor nutrition, alcohol or tobacco usage. By making simple changes to everyday lifestyle habits, however, people can significantly reduce their risk of developing cancer.With a little knowledge and determination, adopting the following practices can help reduce the ...

  10. From Marathons To Mansions, William Pitt Agent Keeps Homes Moving

    From Marathons To Mansions, William Pitt Agent Keeps Homes Moving

    SOUTHPORT, Conn. -- For Jennifer Rohr, getting involved in real estate has been a family affair."I grew up around my parent’s construction company," said Rohr, who was born in Mexico and raised in Goshen, N.Y. "I would go on job sites with my dad when I was younger, helping him with his projects. My mom was also into design and decor." Although she enjoyed being ...

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