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Christina Coulter

Content Producer ccoulter@dailyvoice.com

Christina Coulter is an eager and tenacious reporter from Wilton, Connecticut. After attending Wilton High School, Christina graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing. She was President of Marist's Literary Arts Society, which published academic journal "The Fox Forum" and creative magazine "The Mosaic."

Throughout her college career, Christina interned for and contributed to publications in the Northeast, including The Wilton Bulletin and The Millbrook Independent. In 2016, Christina was taken on as an intern by Ulster Publishing, and regularly contributed to the Kingston Times, the Woodstock Times, the New Paltz Times and the Saugerties Times. 

After her summer-long internship with Ulster Publishing came to an end, Christina became a freelancer for the company until she earned an undergraduate degree. Then, she assumed the role of lead reporter of the Saugerties Times, where she worked until the economic impact of COVID-19 halted the printing of the publication.



Christina Coulter's Contributions

  1. COVID-19: Branford Schools Reports Positives Throughout District

    COVID-19: Branford Schools Reports Positives Throughout District

    Branford School District Schools will not close despite four new COVID-19 infections in schools throughout the district, according to Superintendent Hamlet M. Hernandez. In a letter to parents and community members dated Monday, Nov. 23, Hernandez wrote that since Friday, Nov. 20, two Branford High School students, one elementary school student at Mary T. Murphy School and one ...

  2. CT State Police Prepares For Thanksgiving Week Enforcement

    CT State Police Prepares For Thanksgiving Week Enforcement

    Although many residents are reconsidering typical Thanksgiving gatherings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, state troopers in Connecticut still plan to heighten patrols over the holiday, targeting aggressive and drunk drivers. State Police said they arrested 52 drivers for driving while intoxicated over Thanksgiving weekend in 2019 and ticketed 385 drivers for speeding. In total, ...

  3. COVID-19: Here's Percentage Of NY Residents Planning To Travel Over Thanksgiving

    COVID-19: Here's Percentage Of NY Residents Planning To Travel Over Thanksgiving

    A much smaller percentage of New York residents intend to travel on Thanksgiving due to the risk of spreading COVID-19 but a sizeable group will still attend gatherings outside their own home, according to a brand-new poll.The poll was conducted by Moovit, a company that compiles location data from millions of mobile phone users.Based on a study of 1,500 Moovit users, 23 percent of New ...

  4. Man Who Operated CT Drug Mill Admits To Fentanyl Trafficking

    Man Who Operated CT Drug Mill Admits To Fentanyl Trafficking

    An ex-convict is facing up to life in prison after he was allegedly caught with a huge stash of hallucinogenic drugs and cash among other illegal items.Luis Ciuro, 36, of East Haven, waived his right to be indicted and pled guilty as part of a plea deal on Friday, Nov. 20, according to the office of U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham. Ciuro is currently being ...

  5. Eversource Gives Tips To Avoid Utility Scams

    Eversource Gives Tips To Avoid Utility Scams

    Scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to their advantage, according to utility company Eversource. Along with a slew of utility companies, Eversource is participating in Utility Scam Awareness Week, notifying its customers of common scam tactics and ways to avoid falling victim. The most common scam tactic, according to the company, involves a caller warning a victim that ...

  6. The Cookery Serves Up Modern Twists On Rustic Italian Classics In Westchester

    The Cookery Serves Up Modern Twists On Rustic Italian Classics In Westchester

    An Italian gastropub in Westchester boasts a menu that changes daily, delightfully reimagined classics and whole roasted suckling pigs. The Cookery is located on Chestnut Street in Dobbs Ferry."The Cookery offers joyously carnal dishes in a high-energy environment," reads the about us section of The Cookery's website. "Think herds of nose-to-tail fare, hand-rolled pastas, whole ...

  7. State Police Issue Alert For Wanted Long Island Man

    State Police Issue Alert For Wanted Long Island Man

    State Police are searching for a Long Island man who was arrested for driving while under the influence of drugs in March of 2015. A warrant was issued for Michael Leahy's arrest in October of 2017, according to State Police in East Meadow. Leahy has blue eyes and blonde hair, stands at 5-foot-9 and weighs approximately 190 pounds. Those who know Leahy's whereabouts are ...

  8. LI Man Sets Fire To House After Sending Texts To Family Members Threatening Self Harm

    LI Man Sets Fire To House After Sending Texts To Family Members Threatening Self Harm

    A Long Island man threatened "suicide by cop" and ultimately set a house on fire when officers arrived to check on his welfare after his family reported that he had sent them text messages threatening to harm himself.Pasquale Preziosa, of Atlantic Beach, 53, refused to come out of the house on Erie Avenue when officers arrived at the scene at approximately 10:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. ...

  9. State Police Issue Alert For Man Wanted In Hudson Valley

    State Police Issue Alert For Man Wanted In Hudson Valley

    State troopers, police, and sheriff's deputies are attempting to locate a Hudson Valley man who sent threatening text messages and threw a rock through a victim's windshield. Jonathan V. Henry, 22, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and first-degree criminal contempt in Orange County.An arrest warrant was issued by the city of Newburgh Court after the reported property ...

  10. Motorist Threatens Victim With Knife During Road-Rage Incident In Area, Police Say

    Motorist Threatens Victim With Knife During Road-Rage Incident In Area, Police Say

    State police charged a man from the area after he threatened another driver with a military-style knife during a road-rage incident, ultimately using it to damage the other driver's car. According to troopers in Middletown, the incident took place at approximately 8 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19 in the city of Crawford. Police said that 32-year-old Peter Tighe was driving his 2012 ...

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