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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

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  1. Astorino Talks Counter-Terrorism At Westchester Police Academy Graduation

    Astorino Talks Counter-Terrorism At Westchester Police Academy Graduation

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - Fresh on the heels of a terrorist incident in England, Westchester County Executive spoke about the importance of law enforcement and counter-terrorism training at the annual Westchester County Police Academy graduation.On Friday, 45 recruits graduated from the Westchester County Police Academy, and will now be deployed at 22 different law enforcement agencies ...

  2. World Cup Hero To Host Soccer Clinic In Westchester

    World Cup Hero To Host Soccer Clinic In Westchester

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - A World Cup and Olympic hero is taking her talents to New Rochelle, where she will host a soccer clinic for girls next month.Brandi Chastain, best known for her World Cup-clinching penalty kick for the United States against China in 1999, has announced that she will be hosting a soccer clinic, discussion and autograph session at the Ursuline School through the Next ...

  3. Westchester Day Care Center Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Scare

    Westchester Day Care Center Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Scare

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A White Plains day care center was evacuated on Friday morning after a carbon monoxide scare.At approximately 10:30 a.m., there were elevated levels of carbon monoxide at the Lois Bronz Children Day Care Center on Manhattan Avenue, according to reports, prompting the evacuation.The Fairview Fire District in Greenburgh was notified of the incident and Con ...

  4. Mayor Cites 'Insufficient Funds' After Mount Vernon City Employees Not Paid

    Mayor Cites 'Insufficient Funds' After Mount Vernon City Employees Not Paid

    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. - Some men and women employed by the city of Mount Vernon have not gotten paid, and questions have been raised, according to Mayor Richard Thomas.In a notice sent to city employees on Friday, Thomas cited a payroll error that affected an "unknown number" of workers and said he is “working around the clock to get this resolved.” “I was just made aware some of ...

  5. Memorial Day Traffic Will Be Worst In More Than Decade, AAA Says

    Memorial Day Traffic Will Be Worst In More Than Decade, AAA Says

    The Memorial Day Weekend is expected to be the busiest in more than a decade for travelers in the Hudson Valley and around the nation.Considered the unofficial start of the summer, this year’s holiday weekend should see nearly 40 million Americans traveling more than 50 miles away from home to celebrate, according to AAA officials. The projected 39.3 million travelers would be a million ...

  6. Saw Mill River Parkway Closures Announced

    Saw Mill River Parkway Closures Announced

    Motorists traveling on the Saw Mill River Parkway next week may see delays as road closures are expected to begin on Wednesday as the county continues work on the Ashford Avenue Project.Beginning on the evening of Wednesday, May 31, and continuing through the following morning, closures are expected on the parkway between exit 16 (Lawrence Street) and exit 21 (Route 119).Starting at 10 ...

  7. 'Little Beehive' Generates Buzz At New Rochelle Train Station

    'Little Beehive' Generates Buzz At New Rochelle Train Station

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A popular Mount Kisco business is expanding its operations into New Rochelle at the Metro-North station, and its new patrons would say that it’s the “bee’s knees.”The owner of the popular Mount Kisco gift and assessor shop Beehive has opened a new 160-square-foot outpost, The Little Beehive, in the corner of the train station with her business partner ...

  8. Four Charged In Connection With Fatal Westchester Shooting, Robberies

    Four Charged In Connection With Fatal Westchester Shooting, Robberies

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A fourth suspect is facing an attempted murder charge after being apprehended following a multi-jurisdictional investigation into a fatal shooting in southern Westchester.Allen Copeland Jr., 21, has been charged with attempted murder for his role in a series of recent incidents that spread from Manhattan, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon and Yonkers.On Wednesday, ...

  9. Community Opinion Sought For Freightway Garage Redevelopment In Scarsdale

    Community Opinion Sought For Freightway Garage Redevelopment In Scarsdale

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. - Officials in Scarsdale are seeking the community’s opinion as they continue “conducting a visioning study to guide potential redevelopment” of the “underutilized” Freightway Garage.According to the Freightway Steering Committee, all interested residents, property owners, merchants and other village stakeholders have been invited to an upcoming public workshop, where ...

  10. Scarsdale Resident ID'd As Man Struck, Killed By Train At Hartsdale Station

    Scarsdale Resident ID'd As Man Struck, Killed By Train At Hartsdale Station

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - The MTA Police have released the identity of the man who was fatally struck by a train near the Metro-North station in Hartsdale on Sunday in an apparent suicide.At approximately 2:45 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, an unauthorized man on the tracks was struck by a northbound train operating on the Harlem Line. Train service was temporarily delayed by as much as a ...

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