Map Interactive local COVID-19 tracker
Contact Us
Worcester Daily Voice serves Fitchburg, Gardner, Milford, Shrewsbury & Worcester
Return to your home site

Menu

Worcester Daily Voice serves Fitchburg, Gardner, Milford, Shrewsbury & Worcester

Nearby Towns

  • Hartford
    serves Enfield, Glastonbury, Hartford, New Britain & Windsor Locks
  • Hampden
    serves Chicopee, Holyoke, Palmer, Springfield & Westfield
  • Hampshire
    serves Amherst, Easthampton, Hadley, Northampton & South Hadley

Kristin Palpini

Managing Editor CT/WMa kpalpini@dailyvoice.com

Kristin is a journalist with nearly 20 years experience reporting and editing in Massachusetts. She got her start in the field at The Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, MA, where she rose to the rank of web editor. She’s been the editor in chief of the Valley Advocate, an alternative weekly newspaper also out of Northampton, and creator and editor of the award-winning Berkshire Eagle’s Business Insider (Pittsfield, MA.). Kristin is dedicated to rooting out the truth as well as the juicy details that come along with it. She also enjoys saying “y'all” far too often for someone who was born in the Bay State and kayaking. 

Kristin Palpini's Contributions

  1. Connecticut Highway On '25 Most Dangerous Roads In US' List

    Connecticut Highway On '25 Most Dangerous Roads In US' List

    A Connecticut highway has made the list of the top 25 most dangerous roads in America, according to a new ranking by Popular Mechanics.Connecticut has the country’s 23rd most dangerous roadway: I-95. The road is particularly treacherous in the 8-mile section around Norwalk, according to the ranking.There are about 735 crashes there annually, the magazine reported. Similarly sized street ...

  2. Carjackers Scared Off By Victim's Dog Steal His Food Instead

    Carjackers Scared Off By Victim's Dog Steal His Food Instead

    A Connecticut police department received three reports of attempted or completed car-jackings within a half-an-hour early Thursday morning. The victims include an Uber driver, a Door Dash delivery person, and a couple of people at a park on Thursday, Oct. 22.The first such incident was reported a little after midnight, at 12:30 a.m. Police responded to the 300 block of Goodrich ...

  3. Cafe Owner Seeks To Reopen Former Main Street Deli/Market

    Cafe Owner Seeks To Reopen Former Main Street Deli/Market

    A local cafe owner is seeking to reopen a neighborhood deli and market.Deborah Sargent, who opened Clinton’s Sunshine Cafe in 2017 with her daughter Robin Flores and son-in-law Jesus Flores, is seeking to reopen Burditt Hill Market, 363 Main St., according to a special permit application filed with the Clinton Planning Board.Burditt Hill Market was owned and operated by David and Janice ...

  4. Truck Barrels Into Convenience Store

    Truck Barrels Into Convenience Store

    A 28-year-old Webster man is facing charges after he allegedly plowed his truck into a convenience store.On Friday, Oct. 23, Oxford Police said the early morning crash happened at the Mobil Fuel Station, 93 Southbridge Road.The Webster man, who police did not name, is being charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, police said. He was slated to appear in Dudley District ...

  5. Lay-Offs At MassMutual Coming In December

    Lay-Offs At MassMutual Coming In December

    MassMutual has plans to layoff more than 80 workers from one of its Connecticut offices.In a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) letter to the state by Amy Dias Mass Mutual’s head of human resources consulting and talent management, Mass Mutual says it will layoff 82 workers at its Enfield facility on Bright Meadow Boulevard.The layoffs are due to Springfield-based ...

  6. COVID-19: Five Connecticut Care Centers Fined For Worker-Safety Violations

    COVID-19: Five Connecticut Care Centers Fined For Worker-Safety Violations

    OSHA has issued fines to 5 Connecticut care facilities for failure to adequately protect employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced fines for 27 companies across the U.S. due to violations that occurred from Oct. 9-15.In Connecticut, the businesses that were fined by OSHA are:Wintonbury Care Center, BloomfieldThe Children’s ...

  7. COVID-19: Incidents Skyrocket In Two Connecticut Cities Among 19 Considered 'High-Risk'

    COVID-19: Incidents Skyrocket In Two Connecticut Cities Among 19 Considered 'High-Risk'

    Two Connecticut cities have average daily COVID-19 infection rates that have skyrocketed to more than 40 positive test results per 100,000 residents, according to the most recent state data.There are now 19 Connecticut communities that are considered at a high-risk for spreading COVID-19, according to the Department of Public Health data released Thursday, Oct. 22. A community is ...

  8. COVID-19: Nearly 80 Massachusetts Towns Are 'High-Risk' For Infection

    COVID-19: Nearly 80 Massachusetts Towns Are 'High-Risk' For Infection

    Nearly 80 Massachusetts communities are at “high-risk” for the spread of COVID-19, according to the most recent state data.COVID-19 incidents have spiked across the state leading to clusters of coronavirus incidents in nearly every corner of Massachusetts. The overall daily average infection rate is 1.4 per 100,000 residents as of Friday, Oct. 22.Among the 77 communities that are ...

  9. Clowns, The Dark, People: Map Shows Top Fears In Each State

    Clowns, The Dark, People: Map Shows Top Fears In Each State

    The top fears in each state have been discovered through a new survey.In the annual Your State’s Most-Searched Phobia survey, YouLocalSecurity.com found people fear all kinds of things: holes, spiders, snakes, blood, other people, needles. In New York, it's intimacy.In Massachusetts, the most common fear is “acrophobia” or fear of failure.In Connecticut, the top fear is flying.Rhode ...

  10. Junior Firefighter/Youth Football Volunteer Faces Child Porn, Stalking Charges

    Junior Firefighter/Youth Football Volunteer Faces Child Porn, Stalking Charges

    A man claiming to be a junior firefighter and youth football volunteer has been summonsed to court on child pornography and stalking charges.Daryl A. Gagne, 18, of West Springfield, was issued a court summons on Thursday, Oct. 8 on the charges of:- Stalking- Criminal harassment- Possession of child pornography- Distributing obscene matter to a minor- 6 counts of making telephone ...

  11. Prev Page 1 of 79 1 2 3 4 5 Next
    1 - 10 of 781 articles

Welcome to

Worcester Daily Voice!

Serves Fitchburg, Gardner, Milford, Shrewsbury & Worcester

Hi! You've read our articles so we know you like our reporting. To keep reading please join our mailing list.

Get important news about your town as it happens.