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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. Man, Woman Wanted For Stealing $450 Worth Of Items From Long Island Macy's

    Man, Woman Wanted For Stealing $450 Worth Of Items From Long Island Macy's

    A man and woman are wanted by police for allegedly stealing $450 worth of clothing from a Long Island Macy's location. The incident took place at the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20, according to Suffolk County Police. Those who recognize the pair or who witnessed the theft are asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers at ...

  2. Hit-Run Driver At Large After Dragging Long Island Gas Station Employee, Police Say

    Hit-Run Driver At Large After Dragging Long Island Gas Station Employee, Police Say

    Police are searching for a Connecticut driver who drove away from a Long Island gas pump after a dispute, dragging an attendant behind his vehicle in the process. On Monday, Oct. 19, the unidentified driver pulled up to a Cumberland Farms location on Commack Road in Commack at approximately 6:30 p.m, according to Suffolk County police. The driver and the gas station attendant, ...

  3. State Police Issue Alert For Woman Wanted In Hudson Valley

    State Police Issue Alert For Woman Wanted In Hudson Valley

    State Police are searching for a woman who allegedly stole over $4,500 by cashing fraudulent checks.Ophelia Atkins, 28, is wanted in Dutchess County for third-degree grand larceny and criminal possession of a forged instrument after cashing the bogus checks in Wappinger and Poughkeepsie, according to New York State Police. She is known to frequent the Newburgh area, stands at ...

  4. Man Accused Of Throwing Victim Off Hood Of Moving Car In Area, Police Say

    Man Accused Of Throwing Victim Off Hood Of Moving Car In Area, Police Say

    A man started a car while a victim was sitting on its hood, driving a short distance then slamming on the brakes so that the woman was thrown and injured, police said.The Ulster County incident took place on Delaware Street in the Glasco area of Saugerties at approximately 10:18 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 15, according to the Saugerties Police Department.The perpetrator, 35-year-old Maurice ...

  5. COVID-19 Round-Up: How Schools Near You Are Handling Outbreaks And Absent Staff

    COVID-19 Round-Up: How Schools Near You Are Handling Outbreaks And Absent Staff

    As Connecticut Education Association teachers push for all schools to transition to full-remote learning in the near future, the current situation is a patchwork of approaches to COVID-19 safety across the state's various schools.It's hard to keep track of which districts are providing remote learning, which ones have in-school classes, and why.For a round up of what schools and ...

  6. Baby Was Inside Idling Car Stolen From CT Gas Station; Suspect At-Large

    Baby Was Inside Idling Car Stolen From CT Gas Station; Suspect At-Large

    A baby was abducted when a man allegedly jumped into an idling car outside of a gas station and drove off in the vehicle.The woman caring for the baby was inside the gas station/convenience store at the time, dealing with a credit card issue, Hamden Police said. It was not immediately clear from the police reports what the woman's relationship to the child is. While the 7-month-old ...

  7. 21-Year-Old Killed After Crashing Off Roadway Into Trees In Area, Police Say

    21-Year-Old Killed After Crashing Off Roadway Into Trees In Area, Police Say

    State Police are investigating the death of a 21-year-old man who they said was killed after losing control of his vehicle while speeding over a hill, crossing both lanes of traffic on the descent, and driving off the roadway on the left shoulder. John Delgado, of Mountaindale, was pronounced dead at the scene after the incident took place in Sulivan County at approximately 6:15 ...

  8. One Killed In I-87 Crash

    One Killed In I-87 Crash

    The operator of a box truck was killed after he drove off the left shoulder while driving northbound on I-87, striking a post in the road's median that catapulted his vehicle off the road's right shoulder into a guide rail and caused the truck to overturn, police said. Driver Domingo Ramirez Vargas of the Bronx, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident, which took place ...

  9. COVID-19: Here's Percentage Of CT Residents Planning To Get Takeout Food On Thanksgiving

    COVID-19: Here's Percentage Of CT Residents Planning To Get Takeout Food On Thanksgiving

    Of 3,000 surveyed, 43 percent of Connecticut residents said they will forego their traditional home-cooked feast for a smaller, more manageable takeout meal or meal kit amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study conducted by MySubscriptionAddiction. Although 70 percent of those surveyed said their culinary skills had improved this year thanks to quarantine, 31 percent of ...

  10. 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 ...

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