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Nicole Valinote

Content Producer nvalinote@dailyvoice.com

Nicole Valinote graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor's degree in Newspaper & Online Journalism in 2019. She has written stories for a number of publications, including Syracuse.com, The Record-Review and KTTC.com.

She previously worked as the social media and digital content manager at KTTC News, the NBC affiliate in Rochester, Minnesota. She joined the Daily Voice team in July of 2021.

Nicole Valinote's Contributions

  1. Fundraiser Created For Family Of Man Killed In Hit-Run Long Island Expressway Crash

    Fundraiser Created For Family Of Man Killed In Hit-Run Long Island Expressway Crash

    A fundraiser has been created to help support the family of a man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash on the Long Island Expressway.Terence McAree, age 62, of North Babylon, was a passenger in a 2016 Kia Optima that was struck by a 2008 Honda Accord on Sunday, Oct. 17, according to the Suffolk County Police Department.SCPD said the crash happened near Exit 53 in ...

  2. Garbage Truck Crashes Into Home In Region

    Garbage Truck Crashes Into Home In Region

    New York State Police are investigating after a garbage truck crashed into a home in the region. Troopers responded to a report that the truck crashed into a home in the Sullivan County Town of Callicoon at about 7 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 18, according to State Police.Police said the 56-year-old driver was unable to stop the vehicle before crashing into the home, located in the ...

  3. New Long Island Restaurant Drawing Rave Reviews

    New Long Island Restaurant Drawing Rave Reviews

    A new restaurant that opened its doors on Long Island is seeing a positive response to its wide selection of dishes. Beit Zaytoon is located at 468 Hempstead Turnpike in West Hempstead. According to the owners, the Lebanese eatery is focused on offering healthy meals using fresh ingredients. Menu offerings include dips such as hummus and baba ghannouj, which is made ...

  4. Purse, Cash Stolen After Vehicles Entered In Fairfield County

    Purse, Cash Stolen After Vehicles Entered In Fairfield County

    Police in Fairfield County have alerted the public after several vehicles in the area were entered and items were stolen.The New Canaan Police Department reported that at about 4:40 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17, officers responded to a report from a resident on Ramhorne Road that a locked vehicle was forcibly entered. Police said the vehicle was parked in the driveway, and a rock was ...

  5. Baby Cereal Sold At Walmart Recalled Due To Arsenic Levels

    Baby Cereal Sold At Walmart Recalled Due To Arsenic Levels

    Several lots of a baby cereal product sold at Walmart are being recalled after samples tested above the guidance for naturally occurring inorganic arsenic.Maple Island Inc. announced on Friday, Oct. 8, that it is recalling three lots of its Parent’s Choice Rice Baby Cereal that it manufactures for Walmart.According to the announcement, the products were distributed across the ...

  6. Moped Operator Injured After Striking Tow Truck In Suffolk County, Police Say

    Moped Operator Injured After Striking Tow Truck In Suffolk County, Police Say

    A moped operator suffered serious injuries after crashing into a tow truck on Long Island.The crash happened at about 3:50 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17, in Wyandanch, the Suffolk County Police Department said.A 25-year-old man was operating a 2004 Madami moped at a high rate of speed, traveling north in the southbound lanes of Straight Path near Levey Boulevard in Wyandanch, SCPD said.Police ...

  7. Westchester County Department Of Public Safety Cracks Down On 'Obnoxious Driving'

    Westchester County Department Of Public Safety Cracks Down On 'Obnoxious Driving'

    Westchester County Police have been cracking down on "obnoxious driving" across the area.The county's Department of Public Safety announced on Friday, Oct. 15, that about 350 summonses have been issued during the new initiativeCounty officials cited an increase in loud/modified exhaust systems on vehicles, noting that officers have issued about 140 summonses to drivers with these ...

  8. COVID-19: Reporter Leaving Network Due To Company's Vaccine Mandate

    COVID-19: Reporter Leaving Network Due To Company's Vaccine Mandate

    A television reporter announced that she is leaving the network after refusing to comply with the company's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. In a five-minute video posted to Instagram, Allison Williams announced that she will no longer work for ESPN effective next week after her request for an exemption in order to not receive the vaccine was denied by the all-sports network.She said her ...

  9. Investigators Seek Info After Scarecrow Found Hanging By Noose At Suffolk County Senior Center

    Investigators Seek Info After Scarecrow Found Hanging By Noose At Suffolk County Senior Center

    Authorities are asking the public for information as they continue a hate crime investigation after a scarecrow was found hanging by a noose at a Long Island senior center.The Suffolk County Police Department previously reported that a scarecrow was found hanging by a noose at the North Amityville Senior Center. Police reported that the incident took place sometime ...

  10. Police Investigating After Shots Fired At Vehicle In Nassau County

    Police Investigating After Shots Fired At Vehicle In Nassau County

    Police are asking the public for information after shots were fired into a vehicle on Long Island.According to the Nassau County Police Department, the incident happened in Uniondale at about 4 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17.Officers responded to a report of shots being fired in the area of Bedford Avenue and Jerusalem Avenue, NCPD said.Police said officers found about 20 spent shell ...

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