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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: Suffolk Officials, Police Deliver Food, Thank Workers At Testing Center

    COVID-19: Suffolk Officials, Police Deliver Food, Thank Workers At Testing Center

    Suffolk County leaders showed their appreciation for those fighting the battle against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by delivering food during a recent "Feed Our Heroes" event.Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart joined officers from Suffolk County Police Department fraternal organizations and other law enforcement agencies on ...

  2. COVID-19: Town Supervisor In Rockland Tests Positive

    COVID-19: Town Supervisor In Rockland Tests Positive

    As the number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases explode across Rockland County, Ramapo Town Supervisor Michael Specht has revealed he is recovering from the virus after a two-week battle.Specht, who often disagrees with County Executive Ed Day over how the outbreak is being handled, reportedly became ill a couple of weeks ago and has been self-quarantined at home, he said during an ...

  3. 32-Year-Old Is Bridgeport's Fifth Homicide Victim Of Year

    32-Year-Old Is Bridgeport's Fifth Homicide Victim Of Year

    A 32-year-old man was shot and killed during a shooting event where multiple gunshots were fired in Bridgeport's fifth homicide of the year.The incident took place around 11 p.m., Thursday, April 2 after police responded to a ShotSpotter alert of multiple shots being fired in the area of 468 Trumbull Ave., in Bridgeport, said Bridgeport Police Capt. Brian Fitzgerald.Officers responded ...

  4. One Injured During Bat Attack In Bridgeport, Police Say

    One Injured During Bat Attack In Bridgeport, Police Say

    One person was transported to a hospital after being attacked with a bat in Fairfield County.The unknown person was found around 8:20 p.m., Thursday, April 2, after AMR reported the assault by another person armed with a bat on East Main Street in Bridgeport, said Scott Appleby, director of emergency communications and emergency management.The extent of injuries was not ...

  5. Woman Seriously Injured After Being Hit By SUV At Busy Long Island Intersection

    Woman Seriously Injured After Being Hit By SUV At Busy Long Island Intersection

    A Long Island woman was seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle while riding a bicycle. Christina Vaugman, 42, of Smithtown, was injured around 11:27 p.m., Thursday, April 2, in Lake Ronkonkoma, said the Suffolk County Police.According to detectives, Niah Smith, 22, of Brentwood, was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban southbound on Lakeshore Drive when the vehicle collided ...

  6. COVID-19: First Fatality Linked To Virus Reported In Westport

    COVID-19: First Fatality Linked To Virus Reported In Westport

    Westport's first fatality related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was announced by the town's First Selectman Jim Marpe."I regret to inform you that Westport has experienced its first fatality resulting from COVID-19," Marpe said on Thursday, April 2.Related story - COVID-19: New Listing Of Cases By Towns, CitiesThe Westport resident was an 80-year-old man, the Westport ...

  7. World-Renowned Photographer Goes Missing On Long Island

    World-Renowned Photographer Goes Missing On Long Island

    Police on Long Island are searching for one of the world's most renowned photographers who was reported missing earlier this week.Peter Beard, known for his wildlife photography in Africa, as well as painting and drawings, was reported missing from his home near Montauk Point on Tuesday, March 31, officials said.Beard, 82, who has dementia, wandered away from his home, the ...

  8. COVID-19: Day Calls For Containment Zone, Temporary Hospital In Rockland

    COVID-19: Day Calls For Containment Zone, Temporary Hospital In Rockland

    As the number of cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) skyrocket in Rockland County to 3,757 with 42 deaths, County Executive Ed Day is asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo to establish a containment zone for Ramapo.The hardest-hit area includes two towns within Ramapo which are the main area Day has requested for the containment zone. The containment zone would include Spring Valley and ...

  9. COVID-19: Stew Leonard's Employees Test Positive

    COVID-19: Stew Leonard's Employees Test Positive

    Several employees at Stew Leonard's supermarkets have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).The latest employee to test positive worked part-time at the store in Norwalk, said Meghan Bell, the company's director of Public Relations.Bell did not say which other stores had employees test positive.In addition to the Norwalk store, Stew Leonard's has a Fairfield County ...

  10. ID Released For Man Killed In Two-Vehicle Long Island Crash

    ID Released For Man Killed In Two-Vehicle Long Island Crash

    Police have released the identity of a man who killed during a two-vehicle crash on Route 109 on Long Island.Scott Derrer, of West Babylon, was killed around 7:40 a.m., Thursday, April 2, following a crash on Route 109 in West Babylon, said the Suffolk County Police.Earlier report: Man Killed In Two-Vehicle Long Island CrashDerrer was driving a 2006 Hyundai Elantra southbound on ...

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