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Christina Coulter

Content Producer

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. Recall Issued For Nearly 129,000 Pounds Of Uninspected Meat Products

    Recall Issued For Nearly 129,000 Pounds Of Uninspected Meat Products

    An East Coast-based food company is recalling approximately 128,841 pounds of meat products that were shipped nationwide without being inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service. The agency categorized the mass recall of CLS Gourmet CL Saigon Food Company products as Class 1, defined as "a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable ...

  2. Teen Duo Nabbed For Stealing Over $1,300 In Items At Area  Walmart, Police Say

    Teen Duo Nabbed For Stealing Over $1,300 In Items At Area Walmart, Police Say

    An 18-year-old and a 20-year-old were both charged with the felonies after they were caught leaving Walmart with $1,333.47 in merchandise that was unpaid for, police said. Both Kendra Suazo of the Bronx and the unnamed minor were charged with fourth-degree grand larceny after the incident in Orange County on Tuesday, Dec. 22 in Monroe, according to New York State Police. Both ...

  3. Man Wanted For Stealing Two Televisions, Clothing From Long Island Walmart

    Man Wanted For Stealing Two Televisions, Clothing From Long Island Walmart

    Police are searching for a man who allegedly stole two televisions and clothing from a Long Island Walmart. The incident took place at the Walmart location on Crooked Hill Road in Commack at about 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22. Those who recognize the man or witnessed the incident are asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers for a cash reward. The group can be reached ...

  4. NY State Police Donate Over 1,300 Toys To Area Children For Christmas

    NY State Police Donate Over 1,300 Toys To Area Children For Christmas

    New York State Police in Troop K, with the help of local businesses and the United States Marine Corps, has amassed 1,329 toys for donation to the Dutchess County Toys for Tots chapter. Between Wednesday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Dec. 18, members of the community dropped off new, unwrapped toys at Troop K headquarters in Salt Point for donation. Then, area members of the Marine Corps ...

  5. Westchester County PD To Conduct Increased Enforcement Through New Year's Day

    Westchester County PD To Conduct Increased Enforcement Through New Year's Day

    Westchester County Police will increase patrols between Christmas Eve and New Year's Day to curb drunk and aggressive driving, according to the department. “Our goal as always is to do everything we can to keep Westchester’s parkways safe for those who will be traveling on them during the holiday season,” Commissioner Thomas A. Gleason said. “There is zero tolerance for drivers who ...

  6. Strong Winds May Cause Service Interruptions, PSEG Long Island Warns

    Strong Winds May Cause Service Interruptions, PSEG Long Island Warns

    PSEG Long Island is warning customers that high winds and heavy rain forecasted for Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, and Christmas Day, Dec. 25 could lead to power outages. “As we closely monitor this latest weather event, our crews are prepared and ready to respond safely and as quickly as possible to restore power so customers can celebrate the holidays,” said John O’Connell, vice ...

  7. Man Allegedly Threw Molotov Cocktail Inside Restaurant Filled With Diners

    Man Allegedly Threw Molotov Cocktail Inside Restaurant Filled With Diners

    An area man is in jail and was charged with first-degree arson after throwing a Molotov cocktail inside a restaurant with patrons inside, police said. The incident took place in Ulster County at the Hung Fu Restaurant on Broadway in Kingston at approximately 7:50 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20, according to the Kingston Police Department. Grant A. Shan, 36, was taken into police ...

  8. Here Are Five Places For Pizza In Putnam County

    Here Are Five Places For Pizza In Putnam County

    Don't risk a sub-par pizza experience—thanks to the efforts of pizza-loving Yelp! reviewers, you can find the cheesiest pies with the best crusts and sauces without leaving your computer chair (that is, until you answer your front door or get in your car to pick up your pie)!Benvenuto's Family Restaurant, 35 Secor Rd., MahopacFor a thin pizza crust, excellent service and a ...

  9. 100-Home Route 7 Luxury Apartment Community Sold For $34.7 Million

    100-Home Route 7 Luxury Apartment Community Sold For $34.7 Million

    The Avalon apartments in Wilton's town center have been sold for $34.7 million. Real estate company CBRE announced that the hundred-unit apartment complex was sold by owner AvalonBay Communities to Clarion Partners on Monday, Dec. 21. The complex includes a fitness center, a heated pool, BBQ grills and a playground. “We are delighted to have represented AvalonBay in the sale ...

  10. Popular Restaurant Group's New Long Island Eatery Off To Strong Start

    Popular Restaurant Group's New Long Island Eatery Off To Strong Start

    Eight weeks after its October opening, a new Long Island eatery has attracted attention for its gourmet wood-fired pizzas, elaborate appetizers, and craft cocktails. Ella's in Huntington, a member of Long Island's Old Fields restaurant group, has a cozy interior and a mouth-watering menu. Among its imaginative appetizers are: Zuchinni bread with roasted tomato and corn ...

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