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Pascack Valley Daily Voice serves Emerson, Hillsdale, Montvale, Park Ridge, River Vale, Washington Township, Westwood & Woodcliff Lake

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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. 

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  1. Local Wonder - The Balancing Rock - Toppled!

    Local Wonder - The Balancing Rock - Toppled!

    A Massachusetts anomaly that once stymied President George Washington has been felled.But perhaps not for long.The rock at Holliston’s iconic Balancing Rock, a 5 ton stone that seemed to be precariously perched on top of another boulder, has fallen over.The tumbled 20-foot-long rock was first noticed on Tuesday, Sept. 22, morning. It resides in Balancing Rock Village, a retirement ...

  2. Third Arrest Made In Killing Of 17-Year-Old Anti-Violence Advocate

    Third Arrest Made In Killing Of 17-Year-Old Anti-Violence Advocate

    Police have made a third arrest in last year's homicide of a 17-year-old anti-violence advocate.On Wednesday, Sept. 23, Hartford Police announced a third arrest in the September 2019 killing of Usher Hanns. Hanns of Hartford was a member of the city's anti-violence program - the Proud Drill Drum and Dance Corps. Police did not publicly name the newly arrested person yet but said he was ...

  3. Amid Pandemic, Restauranteur Has Grand Opening For Third Eatery In Connecticut

    Amid Pandemic, Restauranteur Has Grand Opening For Third Eatery In Connecticut

    A local Puerto Rican restaurateur just held the grand opening for his third restaurant in Connecticut.MofonGo opened its Windsor location on Broad Street on Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the old Jay’s space. The owner, Vincent Placeres, has MofonGo restaurants in New Britain and Hartford.The restaurant’s name is a reference to the traditional Puerto Rican dish, mofongo, which is made of ...

  4. What Has COVID-19 Done To You? Massachusetts Wants To Know

    What Has COVID-19 Done To You? Massachusetts Wants To Know

    Massachusetts wants to know how you are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.An online community survey has been created to gauge how the virus has changed people’s day-to-day lives. With this information, the state can make better decisions about programs and which communities need the most help, according to the Massachusets Department of Public Health.Questions seek to find out:- How ...

  5. Two Connecticut Towns Among 50 Best Places To Live In America

    Two Connecticut Towns Among 50 Best Places To Live In America

    Two Connecticut communities have made it onto Money magazine’s list of the best 50 places in the US to live in 2020.Monye’s ranking seemed to favor small cities and medium- to large-sized towns. In Connecticut, South Windsor and Cheshire made the top 50. The magazine’s ranking took into account crime rates, median household income, diversity, local economy, cost of living, health and ...

  6. Massachusetts Restaurants Can Reopen Their Bars - Kind Of

    Massachusetts Restaurants Can Reopen Their Bars - Kind Of

    Updates to Massachusetts’ COVID-19 restrictions are easing up on food and alcohol service.On Wednesday, Sept. 23, Gov. Charlie Baker said in a few days restaurants will be able to seat up to 10 people per table for both outdoor and indoor dining. The max number of people at a table was previously 6. He also said that restaurants with bars can start using them for food service - with ...

  7. COVID-19 Testing Is Hard To Find In Connecticut - Even For Politicians

    COVID-19 Testing Is Hard To Find In Connecticut - Even For Politicians

    Connecticut politicians who could not find COVID-19 testing when they needed it most have thrown a spotlight on a testing shortage during the pandemic. State Rep. Liz Linehan and U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes have recently shared their struggles trying to get rapid-result COVID-19 tests when they suspected they were ill.Hayes has been diagnosed with COVID-19.Linehan, who was ill, ended up not ...

  8. Two, One-Car Crashes In One Day On Same Street; Carjacking Involved

    Two, One-Car Crashes In One Day On Same Street; Carjacking Involved

    A carjacking ended in a one-car crash in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Sept. 23.The same street that saw this crash was also the site of an earlier fatal one-car crash in Springfield - Carew Street. Police received a report of an armed carjacking on Joseph Street in Springfield on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 23. The victim said a man approached her car with a gun, police ...

  9. The Wait Is Over: MA Highway Exit Numbers Changing In October

    The Wait Is Over: MA Highway Exit Numbers Changing In October

    It's been a long time coming, but exit numbers on Massachusetts' highways are set to change in October.Announced a year ago, the plan to get Massachusetts’ highways in-line with the federal exit numbering strategy - a “milepost-based system” - will soon be visible to motorists, WCVB reports.Massachusetts Department of Transportation has created an interactive map - newmassexits.com - ...

  10. Suspect In Shooting Allegedly Pulls Gun On Police In Meriden

    Suspect In Shooting Allegedly Pulls Gun On Police In Meriden

    A man allegedly pulled a gun on Meriden Police Tuesday, Sept. 22, following a confrontation with a shooting suspect.Elimelec Adorno, was arrested Sept. 22, on the charges of interfering with police, weapons in a motor vehicle, carrying a pistol without a permit, and possession of a high capacity magazine, police said.At around 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, police responded to a report of shots ...

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