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Nicole Valinote

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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.

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  1. Treasury Department Warns Of 'Frustrating Season' For Taxpayers, Preparers

    Treasury Department Warns Of 'Frustrating Season' For Taxpayers, Preparers

    Treasury Department officials have warned that major issues the Internal Revenue Service is experiencing could lead to delays when it comes to certain taxpayer services, according to a new report.The Washington Post reported that officials said on Monday, Jan. 10, that they anticipate this tax season will be "frustrating" for preparers and taxpayers due in part to pandemic-related ...

  2. Hudson Valley Man Involved In Crash Gives Fake Name To Officers, Police Say

    Hudson Valley Man Involved In Crash Gives Fake Name To Officers, Police Say

    A 40-year-old man from Northern Westchester is facing charges after police said he gave officers a fake name following a crash.Police responded to a report of a property damage crash on Route 202 in Yorktown at about 5:40 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 4, according to the Yorktown Police Department. The Yorktown man, who was one of the drivers involved in the crash, was not able to show a ...

  3. Nassau County Man Charged After Being Found With Loaded Pistol, Police Say

    Nassau County Man Charged After Being Found With Loaded Pistol, Police Say

    A Long Island man is facing weapons charges after police said he was found in possession of a loaded pistol.Tyrone Vick, age 24, of Floral Park, was arrested following an investigation on Wednesday, Jan. 5, according to the Nassau County Police Department.Officers saw a 2015 Honda CRV on King Street in Floral Park with Vick was slumped over in the driver's seat at about 7:45 p.m., NCPD ...

  4. New York Woman Claims $1,000 A Week For Life Lottery Prize

    New York Woman Claims $1,000 A Week For Life Lottery Prize

    A New York woman has claimed a $1,000 A Week For Life lottery prize.Antonia Rodriguez, of Manhattan, claimed the second prize prize in the New York Lottery's CASH4LIFE game, according to an announcement from NY Lottery on Thursday, Jan. 13.She opted to receive her prize as a single, lump-sum payment of $612,240 after required withholdings."Keep dreaming," Rodriguez told NY Lottery ...

  5. Here's Percentage Of US Workers Who Plan To Quit Their Jobs This Year, New Report Reveals

    Here's Percentage Of US Workers Who Plan To Quit Their Jobs This Year, New Report Reveals

    A new survey found that nearly one-quarter of workers in the United States plan to find a new job this year.ResumeBuilders.com said in a report on Monday, Jan. 3, that it surveyed 1,250 American adults who are currently employed, and found that 23 percent plan to find a new job in 2022.Nine percent of those respondents also said they had already secured a new job.The survey found the ...

  6. Long Island Eatery Cited For 'Hot, Crusty' Brick-Oven Pizza

    Long Island Eatery Cited For 'Hot, Crusty' Brick-Oven Pizza

    A Long Island restaurant has been praised for its selection of coal-fired pizzas.Grimaldi's Pizzeria is located at 980 Franklin Ave. in Garden City.The restaurant is open Sundays through Thursdays from noon to 9 p.m., and Saturdays and Fridays from noon to 10 p.m.The menu features a variety of specialty pies, including eggplant delight, buffalo chicken pizza and vodka pizza, made ...

  7. Eatery Offers People Place To 'Get Their Grub On' At New West Nyack Locale

    Eatery Offers People Place To 'Get Their Grub On' At New West Nyack Locale

    A popular Hudson Valley restaurant that specializes in Asian fusion cuisine has a brand-new location.Rockland County's Grub By Waree moved to its new location in West Nyack. The restaurant is now located at 719 West Nyack Road. Hi Friends, in order for us - the Grub team to get everything ready at our new location, we’d like to close for a few...Posted by Grub By Waree ...

  8. Man Accused Of Stealing Items Valued At $1.5K From Suffolk Store

    Man Accused Of Stealing Items Valued At $1.5K From Suffolk Store

    Police are searching for a man accused of stealing merchandise worth more than $1,500 from a Long Island store.The man entered a Lowe's in East Patchogue at about 10:40 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 10, and stole eight spools of copper wiring, according to the Suffolk County Police Department.SCPD said the merchandise was valued at $1,559.The store is located at 825 Montauk Highway in East ...

  9. Massachusetts To Have $41M In Student Debt Canceled As Part Of $1.85B Settlement

    Massachusetts To Have $41M In Student Debt Canceled As Part Of $1.85B Settlement

    A total of $41 million in private student loan debt will be canceled in Massachusetts after an investigation into one of largest student loan servicers in the United States found it deceived thousands of borrowers.Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Thursday, Jan. 13, that a coalition of 39 attorneys general negotiated the $1.85 billion settlement with Navient.Healey said ...

  10. CT To Have $19M In Student Debt Canceled As Part Of $1.85B Settlement

    CT To Have $19M In Student Debt Canceled As Part Of $1.85B Settlement

    Connecticut Attorney General William Tong announced that $19 million in loan debt is being canceled for student borrowers in the state after an investigation into one of the country's largest student loan servicers found it deceived thousands of borrowers.Tong said in an announcement on Thursday, Jan. 13, that a coalition of 39 attorneys general negotiated the $1.85 billion settlement ...

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