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Kathy Reakes

Content Producer kreakes@dailyvoice.com
Kathy Reaks has worked as a reporter in the local news business since 1984, starting as a news clerk and working her way up. She spent 17 years at Florida Today in Melbourne, Florida as a general assignment reporter, crime reporter, entertainment reporter and restaurant critic. She worked four years at Hometown News as a general assignment reporter, then another two years at Spacecoast Daily in Cocoa Beach, Florida. She attended Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne, Florida.

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  1. COVID-19: Eight In Party Cluster Become Cooperative After Getting Subpoenas

    COVID-19: Eight In Party Cluster Become Cooperative After Getting Subpoenas

    Eight young people who refused to cooperate with health officials after being infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) at a Hudson Valley house party have come forward after being slapped with subpoenas.The Rockland County party of young people, which took place on Wednesday, June 17, in West Nyack, has infected at least eight other people attending the event, said officials with ...

  2. Former Police Officer, Owner Of Popular Restaurant In Fairfield County Dies

    Former Police Officer, Owner Of Popular Restaurant In Fairfield County Dies

    A Westchester County native and retired police officer in Greenwich who spent 23 years with the department and then opened a popular Fairfield County restaurant has died.Greenwich Police Chief James Heavey reported that Joseph Gavin died on Monday, June 29. He was 75 years old. Gavin, who was born in Port Chester, joined the department in July 1970 and served in the Patrol ...

  3. COVID-19: Popular Rockland Cafe Closes

    COVID-19: Popular Rockland Cafe Closes

    A beloved Rockland County restaurant has closed its doors after losing customers and revenue due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.The Pie Lady & Son, on Main Street in Nyack, closed after filing for bankruptcy in April. Run by brother and sister duo Wil and Bri Tyler, the shop was famous for its home-baked pies and the kind and friendly people who ran the shop.Wil ...

  4. Missing Hudson Valley Man Found Dead

    Missing Hudson Valley Man Found Dead

    A missing Hudson Valley man has been found dead following a two-day search by multiple law enforcement agencies.The body of Sullivan County resident Peter Mitro, 67, of Monticello, was located in a wooded area between Scott Lane and Terry Lane in the Village of Monticello on Wednesday, July 1, said Monticello Police Lt. Mark Johnstone.Mitro, who suffered from lung disease and required ...

  5. One Killed, Another Injured In Separate CT Crashes Involving Men On Scooters

    One Killed, Another Injured In Separate CT Crashes Involving Men On Scooters

    Two separate crashes involving men on scooters in Connecticut left one dead and one injured and police in the fatal crash searching for the driver who fled the scene. Both crashes occurred on Wednesday, July 1.The fatal crash in Hamden in New Haven County, and the second crash with injuries occurred in Fairfield County, in Bridgeport.According to Hamden Police, the fatal crash took ...

  6. COVID-19: Popular Northern Westchester Eatery Closes

    COVID-19: Popular Northern Westchester Eatery Closes

    One of the area's favorite restaurants for elegant dining with a casual atmosphere has closed its doors due to financial burdens caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).On Sunday, June 28, the owner of Kitchen 273, in Armonk, Fatsmir Pushka posted on Instagram, the restaurant was closed permanently after a year-and-half in business."It’s with deep sadness at end of business tonight ...

  7. Brother Lands Behind Bars After Choking Sister During Domestic Dispute, Police Say

    Brother Lands Behind Bars After Choking Sister During Domestic Dispute, Police Say

    A 40-year-old man landed behind bars without bail after allegedly choking his sister during a domestic dispute.The incident took place in Ulster County around 11:42 p.m., Sunday, June 28, in Saugerties, Saugerties Police Chief Joseph A. Sinagra, said.According to Sinagra, Saugerties Police responded to a 911 call reporting a woman screaming for help in the area of 13 Village Drive.When ...

  8. COVID-19: New Cluster Linked To Large Party With Young People In Hudson Valley

    COVID-19: New Cluster Linked To Large Party With Young People In Hudson Valley

    A new cluster of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Hudson Valley is being attributed to a house party of young people.The Rockland County Health Department announced during a press conference at the county Fire Training Center in Pomona on Wednesday, July 1, that it is working to contain the cluster which has been traced to a house party in mid-June at a home in ...

  9. Beautiful 'Healthy' Maple Tree Found Cut Down At Norwalk Park

    Beautiful 'Healthy' Maple Tree Found Cut Down At Norwalk Park

    Police are investigating after a beautiful, healthy maple tree was found cut down in an area park.Norwalk City officials said the tree was found cut down in Mill Pond Park on Tuesday, June 30. The tree knocked over a garbage can resulting in litter being scattered all across the park. Little other information was available, but police are investigating.Anyone with information is ...

  10. Woman Accused Of Violating Protective Order Issued To Ex-Boyfriend, Police Say

    Woman Accused Of Violating Protective Order Issued To Ex-Boyfriend, Police Say

    A 33-year-old area woman was arrested for allegedly violating a protective order after police responded to a domestic incident.Ulster County resident Amanda Rotondaro, of Saugerties, was arrested on Friday, June 26, after Saugerties Police responded to the call, Chief Joseph Sinagra said.According to Sinagra, when officers responded to the incident Rotondaro and a man engaged in an ...

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