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Zak Failla

Content Producer zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Equal parts Lois Lane, J. Jonah Jameson and Vicki Vale, Zak! has traveled from coast-to-coast covering small and big town community news in both in print and online for nearly a decade since his graduation from the award-winning Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College in 2010.

Before settling into the Hudson Valley, Zak! previously spent time in the New York Daily News newsroom and worked for hyperlocal digital news outlets on Long Island. He wrote sports for The Ithacan and The Ithaca Journal before taking his talents to the Pacific Northwest, where he served as the sports editor at the Shoshone News-Press until heading back east to work with Daily Voice.

Zak Failla's Contributions

  1. 'Sexually Violent' Offender Convicted Of Abusing 6-Year-Old Reports Move In Ulster

    'Sexually Violent' Offender Convicted Of Abusing 6-Year-Old Reports Move In Ulster

    A registered "sexually violent" offender convicted of sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl he was babysitting has reported a move in Ulster County.The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to area residents regarding the residency of 60-year-old William Constable, who has reported a move from the Fishkill Correctional Facility in Beacon to a ...

  2. COVID-19: Here's New Rundown Of Westchester Cases By Municipality

    COVID-19: Here's New Rundown Of Westchester Cases By Municipality

    More than 7,000 positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in Westchester, second-most in the state outside of New York City, and County Executive George Latimer says the pandemic is spreading across all municipalities.Statewide, there have been 44,635 confirmed cases of COVID-19, nearly 40,000 more than any other state.During his daily briefing on Friday, March ...

  3. Photos: Car Crashes Into Building, Guard Rail In Area

    Photos: Car Crashes Into Building, Guard Rail In Area

    A driver was hospitalized after becoming disoriented, driving into a building before crossing a busy roadway and striking a guard rail, authorities said.It happened at approximately 9:20 a.m. on Friday, March 27, in Putnam County.First responders in Mahopac were dispatched to Mavis Tire on Miller Road near the Route 6 intersection, where there was a report of a one-car crash.According ...

  4. COVID-19: 7,377 New Reported Cases Statewide; Cuomo Asks FEMA For Four More Temporary Hospitals

    COVID-19: 7,377 New Reported Cases Statewide; Cuomo Asks FEMA For Four More Temporary Hospitals

    There have been 7,377 more confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in New York, bringing the total statewide to 44,635, tops in the nation.New York remains the state most plagued by the virus, with 44,635 cases that resulted in 519 deaths, up from 385 the day before. New Jersey has the next most confirmed cases with 6,876, followed by California (4,060), Washington (3,208), and ...

  5. COVID-19: 1,393 New LI Cases Reported; Cuomo Asks FEMA For Four More Temporary Hospitals

    COVID-19: 1,393 New LI Cases Reported; Cuomo Asks FEMA For Four More Temporary Hospitals

    There have been 1,393 more confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on Long Island as the state total rose to 44,635.As of Friday, March 27, In Nassau County, 743 new cases were reported, bringing the total to 4,657 since the outbreak began. Suffolk saw 650 new cases, bringing the total to 3,385. Statewide, there were 7,377 new cases. (See first image above.)New York remains the ...

  6. COVID-19: New York Schools Will Stay Closed At Least Two More Weeks, Cuomo Says

    COVID-19: New York Schools Will Stay Closed At Least Two More Weeks, Cuomo Says

    As the number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continues to climb in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that schools statewide will remain closed for another two weeks.Initially, Cuomo had initially issued an order for schools to be closed through Wednesday, April 1, at which point he and his aides would reassess the situation.As the statewide total of COVID-19 cases reached ...

  7. Suspect Wanted For Hit-Run Crash That Injured Long Island Woman

    Suspect Wanted For Hit-Run Crash That Injured Long Island Woman

    An alert has been issued by police investigators on Long Island who are attempting to locate a driver who struck a pedestrian earlier this month and sped away, leaving her on the side of the road with serious injuries.Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Southampton Town Police detectives are attempting to track down a driver who struck a pedestrian in Westhampton at approximately 4 p.m. ...

  8. Long Island Woman Who Fled Crash Scene Drove Drunk With Kids In Car, Police Say

    Long Island Woman Who Fled Crash Scene Drove Drunk With Kids In Car, Police Say

    A Long Island woman was allegedly driving drunk with children in the car when she rear-ended another driver and fled the scene, police said.Patchogue resident Brooke Wirshup, 27, was driving a 2018 Hyundai Elantra at approximately 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25 in Shirley when she struck another vehicle on William Floyd Parkway near the intersection of Dawn Drive, Suffolk County ...

  9. COVID-19: Suburban, Vacation Spots Tell NYC Residents To Stay Away During Pandemic

    COVID-19: Suburban, Vacation Spots Tell NYC Residents To Stay Away During Pandemic

    As New York City continues to be pounded by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, some suburbs are urging residents to stay in the city and steer clear until the virus is under control.Since the outbreak, some affluent suburbs on Long Island and in the Hudson Valley have seen a surge of Manhattan residents with summer homes in the suburbs heading there, bringing the virus with ...

  10. COVID-19: Metro-North To Cut Service With Ridership Falling To All-Time Low

    COVID-19: Metro-North To Cut Service With Ridership Falling To All-Time Low

    With commuters staying home due to the novel coronavirus outbreak that’s gripping the nation, the MTA announced it will be cutting down its service amid historically low ridership numbers.Beginning on Friday, March 27, with the MTA reportedly losing weekly losses of more than $100 million with ridership down more than 90 percent, the organization has laid out a new “Essential Service ...

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