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Kristin Palpini

Managing Editor CT/WMa kpalpini@dailyvoice.com

Kristin is a journalist with nearly 20 years experience reporting and editing in Massachusetts. She got her start in the field at The Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, MA, where she rose to the rank of web editor. She’s been the editor in chief of the Valley Advocate, an alternative weekly newspaper also out of Northampton, and creator and editor of the award-winning Berkshire Eagle’s Business Insider (Pittsfield, MA.). Kristin is dedicated to rooting out the truth as well as the juicy details that come along with it. She also enjoys saying “y'all” far too often for someone who was born in the Bay State and kayaking. 

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  1. Manager Who Tried Using Drug-Dealing Profits To Start A Restaurant, Sentenced

    Manager Who Tried Using Drug-Dealing Profits To Start A Restaurant, Sentenced

    A restaurant manager has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison for trying to use drug-sale profits to open a Worcester restaurant.Joseph Herman, 37, was sentenced on Friday, Nov. 20, by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Hillman to 22 months in prison and one year of supervised release, according to the U.S. States Attorney’s Office, Massachusetts. He will also forfeit an ...

  2. 130mph Car Chase On I-84 Ends In Crash; K9 Cop Finds Drugs

    130mph Car Chase On I-84 Ends In Crash; K9 Cop Finds Drugs

    State Police K9 Kody found 80 grams of cocaine under a pile of leaves as police stopped an NYC couple from allegedly delivering coke to Central Mass.The incident unfolded on Thursday, Nov. 19, at around 1:18 p.m. on Interstate 84 in Charlton when a Massachusetts State Police Trooper attempted to pull over a dark-blue Honda Accord that was allegedly speeding and weaving in and out of ...

  3. COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    As stores sell out of staple items - such as toilet paper and hand soap - ahead of what could be another isolating COVID-19 winter, there’s a website that helps people locate difficult to find items in their areas.It’s called InStok. The website and accompanying app were recently developed by two University of Texas students who saw their parents struggle to find hand sanitizer and ...

  4. COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    As stores sell out of staple items - such as toilet paper and hand soap - ahead of what could be another isolating COVID-19 winter, there’s a website that helps people locate difficult to find items in their areas.It’s called InStok. The website and accompanying app were recently developed by two University of Texas students who saw their parents struggle to find hand sanitizer and ...

  5. COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    COVID-19 Shopping: Website Locates Hard To Find Items Near You

    As stores sell out of staple items - such as toilet paper and hand soap - ahead of what could be another isolating COVID-19 winter, there’s a website that helps people locate difficult to find items in their areas.It’s called InStok. The website and accompanying app were recently developed by two University of Texas students who saw their parents struggle to find hand sanitizer and ...

  6. Mother And Six Children Missing - Police, DCF Seek The Public's Help

    Mother And Six Children Missing - Police, DCF Seek The Public's Help

    A mother and her six children have gone missing and the police are seeking the public’s help to locate the family.On Friday, Nov. 20, at 10:30 a.m., Springfield Police issued an alert for Christamarie Derby, 33, and her six children. The children are believed to be with Derby in the Springfield or Chicopee area. Both the Springfield Police and the Department of Children and Families is ...

  7. COVID-19: 'Red' Communities More Than Double In Central, Western Mass - Local Rates And Trends

    COVID-19: 'Red' Communities More Than Double In Central, Western Mass - Local Rates And Trends

    The number of COVID-19 “red” communities has more than doubled in Central and Western Massachusetts since last week, according to the most recent state data, Thursday, Nov. 19.Last week there were 9 Central and Western Massachusetts communities in the red.Now there are 21: Blackstone, Chicopee, Clinton, Douglas, Fitchburg Hampden, Holyoke, Lancaster, Leominster, Ludlow, Lunenburg, ...

  8. COVID-19: Connecticut Goes Red; Only 22 Communities Didn't Make The Red List This Week

    COVID-19: Connecticut Goes Red; Only 22 Communities Didn't Make The Red List This Week

    At this point, it would be easier to tell you what Connecticut communities aren’t in the red for the week of Nov. 19.There are now 157 out of 179 Connecticut cities and towns that have turned “red” due to COVID-19 incident rates.Last week, Nov. 12, there were 100 red communities.Red communities are so-called due to the state’s color-coded map of average daily COVID-19 cases. Red ...

  9. COVID-19: Connecticut Goes Red - Entire New Haven Area Poses High-Risk Of Infection

    COVID-19: Connecticut Goes Red - Entire New Haven Area Poses High-Risk Of Infection

    At this point, it would be easier to tell you what Connecticut communities aren’t in the red for the week of Nov. 19.There are now 157 out of 179 Connecticut cities and towns that have turned “red” due to COVID-19 incident rates.Last week, Nov. 12, there were 100 red communities. Many of the new additions are from the New Haven area.Red communities are so-called due to the state’s ...

  10. Molly Bish Family Wants DNA Submitted To Ancestory Websites In Search For Killer

    Molly Bish Family Wants DNA Submitted To Ancestory Websites In Search For Killer

    The family of Molly Bish - a teenage victim of an unsolved murder 20 years ago - is seeking a change in how police investigate mysterious homicides.In Boston, the Bish family is pushing for the passage of a “Familial DNA” bill, which would allow police to submit unknown DNA samples to ancestry websites seeking a suspect’s family members or the killer himself, according to Boston News ...

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