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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. Troopers Seek Witnesses To Fatal New Britain Crash

    Troopers Seek Witnesses To Fatal New Britain Crash

    State Police are looking for witnesses to a crash that took place on Route 72 in New Britain and killed a woman from Bristol. Concetta Rodriguez, 65, was driving eastbound on Route 72 near the Exit 8 ramp with her husband and another family member in her vehicle at approximately 12:45 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 14. Another vehicle, driven by 20-year-old Jeremiah Lopez of Hartford, veered ...

  2. Marijuana, Untaxed Cigarettes, $16,000 Recovered At Ulster County Laundromat Front

    Marijuana, Untaxed Cigarettes, $16,000 Recovered At Ulster County Laundromat Front

    The 71-year-old owner of the East O'Reilly Street Laundromat in Kingston was arrested after a search warrant turned up a large amount of marijuana, THC edibles, untaxed cigarettes and over $16,000 in cash were found at the establishment. According to police, a warrant was executed at the laundromat on Monday, Nov. 16 after probable cause was established during an investigation by ...

  3. New Restaurant, Hair Of The Dog, Serves Hot Sauce, Rock 'N' Roll

    New Restaurant, Hair Of The Dog, Serves Hot Sauce, Rock 'N' Roll

    A new eatery boasting house-made hot sauces and punny menu items named after rock n' roll classics has opened. Hair of the Dog opened to the public earlier this month on Bridgeport Avenue in Milford. The restaurant proclaims in its tagline that is it the "neighborhood bar that you wish was in your neighborhood." "Thank you Milford for making our [first] official week ...

  4. Beware Of These Utility Scams, Central Hudson Says

    Beware Of These Utility Scams, Central Hudson Says

    Central Hudson is reminding customers to be wary of identity thieves in recognition of Utility Scam Awareness Week. The utility company launched their awareness week, held this year on the week on Nov. 16, to increase awareness of the methods that scammers often use. “Central Hudson takes threats against our customers very seriously, so we participate in this important ...

  5. BOCES Union President From Area Accused Of Misappropriating Funds

    BOCES Union President From Area Accused Of Misappropriating Funds

    The union president for Dutchess County Board of Cooperative Educations Services (BOCES) was charged with felonies after allegedly misappropriating over $150,000 from BOCES' Faculty Association. According to state police, 51-year-old James G. Fitzmaurice, of Poughkeepsie, who served as the union's president since 2017, was charged with second-degree grand larceny, which carries a ...

  6. Duo Wanted For Stealing $800 Item From Long Island Home Depot, Police Say

    Duo Wanted For Stealing $800 Item From Long Island Home Depot, Police Say

    Police are looking for two men who stole an $800 Dewalt sliding miter saw from a Long Island Home Depot location. The theft took place at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Monday, June 1 at a Home Depot on Middle Country Road in Coram,  Suffolk County Police said.Those who recognize the men or witnessed the crime are asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers for a cash reward ...

  7. ATM Stolen From Long Island Bank, Later Discovered In Roadway

    ATM Stolen From Long Island Bank, Later Discovered In Roadway

    An entire ATM stolen from outside a Long Island bank was later found in the middle of a roadway. The discarded ATM from Capital One Bank on Portion Road in Ronkonkoma was later found in the middle of Hillcrest Street, also in Ronkonkoma, Suffolk County Police said. Investigators believe that the ATM became dislodged while it was being dragged by a vehicle with a ...

  8. Hudson Valley Musician Ian Flanigan Making Return Appearance On NBC's The Voice

    Hudson Valley Musician Ian Flanigan Making Return Appearance On NBC's The Voice

    Hudson Valley musician Ian Flanigan is slated for another appearance on NBC's The Voice after he wowed the program's judges with his rumbling baritone and soulful delivery of the Zac Brown Band's "Colder Weather."Flanigan, an Ulster County resident who lives in Saugerties, has earned local notoriety for his rambling string picking and lyrics written to strike a universal emotional ...

  9. Women Wanted For Stealing From Long Island ShopRite

    Women Wanted For Stealing From Long Island ShopRite

    Police are searching for two women who stole from a Long Island ShopRite, fleeing the scene in an older-model brown Chevrolet van. The incident happened at the ShopRite in Terryville on Nesconset Highway at approximately 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29. Those who recognize the women or vehicle, or who witnessed the crime, are asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers ...

  10. Police: Stamford Man Drove Drunk At Three Times Legal Limit In Westchester

    Police: Stamford Man Drove Drunk At Three Times Legal Limit In Westchester

    A Fairfield County man was charged in Westchester County with an aggravated DWI after he was pulled over for multiple traffic violations and his blood-alcohol content was measured at 0.25 percent, said New York State Police. Olvin D. Discua-Elvir, 37, of Stamford, was pulled over on I-95 in New Rochelle at approximately 9:05 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Troopers said that after ...

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