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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. Police Seek Help Finding Woman Missing Since October

    Police Seek Help Finding Woman Missing Since October

    Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a woman who has been missing since October.On Wednesday night, Chicopee Police announced they are searching for Michelle Abbott.Abbott is 46 years old, 5’5”, weighs about 175 lbs., and has brown hair, police said.She was last seen on Oct. 25.People with information about Abbott’s whereabouts are asked to call police at (413) 594-1740.

  2. Websites Show Current Wait-Times To Take COVID-19 Tests In Connecticut

    Websites Show Current Wait-Times To Take COVID-19 Tests In Connecticut

    Hartford HealthCare has two websites offering current wait-times for people seeking to take a COVID-19 test.The information comes at a time when long lines to get tested have been reported across Connecticut. According to Hartford HealthCare's websites, on Thursday, around 1:30 p.m., nearly all of its testing sites had wait times of 1-2 hours or more. The lone standout was the ...

  3. Extreme Tree-Hugger Accused Of 'Humping' Nature In Stranger's Backyard

    Extreme Tree-Hugger Accused Of 'Humping' Nature In Stranger's Backyard

    Police arrested a man accused of “humping trees” in a stranger’s backyard.On Nov. 12 at around 3 p.m., Naugatuck Police responded to a report of an “unknown male in a backyard, half-dressed, humping trees, screaming, and eating branches,” police said.When police arrived on the scene, High Street, the suspect allegedly ran into a nearby home causing the residents to flee, police said. ...

  4. At Least 26 Central, Western Mass Schools Get Free, Rapid-Result COVID-19 Test Kits

    At Least 26 Central, Western Mass Schools Get Free, Rapid-Result COVID-19 Test Kits

    Rapid-result COVID-19 testing is coming to 134 public Massachusetts School Districts and facilities in December to help stop the spread of the virus.Among the 134 districts and schools receiving testing, at least 26 individual schools and full districts are from Central and Western Massachusetts (not including the Berkshires). For a list of districts and schools getting the tests, ...

  5. COVID-19: Rural Town With 26 Cases Switches To Fully-Remote Learning

    COVID-19: Rural Town With 26 Cases Switches To Fully-Remote Learning

    A rural school district has quickly switched to remote-learning as the number of COVID-19 cases in the community rises.On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Superintendent Cheryl Clarke said 26 new COVID-19 cases had been reported in Monson since November and this is cause for concern within the school district.Students did not go to in-school classes on Thursday, Nov. 19. A tentative return to ...

  6. COVID-19: Fourth Grade Switches To Fully-Remote Learning

    COVID-19: Fourth Grade Switches To Fully-Remote Learning

    After the discovery of a COVID-19 infection, an entire grade has been put on remote-learning.On Wednesday, Nov. 18, in a letter to the community, Superintendent Mark Pellegrino said that the fourth-graders at Elm Street School in Gardner are switching to full-remote learning for the next two weeks.Pellegrino said that six COVID-19 incidents have been recorded in Gardner School District ...

  7. CT Sex Offender Arrested For Third Time This Year On 'Lewdness' Charges

    CT Sex Offender Arrested For Third Time This Year On 'Lewdness' Charges

    A Connecticut man who has been arrested twice this year for “lewd acts” has just been arrested a third time on the same charge.Francis Scott Keen, 66, of Naugatuck, was arrested on Tuesday, Nov. 17, around 7 p.m. near the downtown Naugatuck green, police said.Police were dispatched to the area for a report of a “male masturbating in public,” according to CT Post.When police arrived on ...

  8. Streets Around DCU Center Closing Thursday For Field Hosptial Construction

    Streets Around DCU Center Closing Thursday For Field Hosptial Construction

    Starting tomorrow, some downtown city streets will be closed to make way for the construction of a temporary COVID-19 field hospital.On Thursday, Nov. 19, starting at 8 a.m., Commercial Street from Exchange Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Worcester will be closed, police said.A temporary hospital is being constructed at the DCU Center by the National Guard. The streets ...

  9. COVID-19: City High School Goes Fully-Remote Following Weekend Party

    COVID-19: City High School Goes Fully-Remote Following Weekend Party

    A city high school is transitioning to full-remote learning after a student tested positive for COVID-19 and admitted attending a large social gathering with other students over the weekend. On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Superintendent Matt Curtis said that Simsbury High School will be providing full-remote education Thursday-Friday, Nov. 19-20. The change will allow health agents to conduct ...

  10. COVID-19: Northampton Neighborhood Bar/Restaurant Closes For Winter

    COVID-19: Northampton Neighborhood Bar/Restaurant Closes For Winter

    A staple of the Northampton late-night scene is closing temporarily this winter due to COVID-19.On Tuesday, Nov. 17, the owners of Packard’s Bar on Masonic Street announced it is closed, but will reopen in the spring.“With difficult decisions, rising number of cases and with the safety of our staff and customers in the forefront of our mind … Packard’s has decided to close for the ...

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