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Zak Failla

Senior Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Equal parts Lois Lane, J. Jonah Jameson and Vicki Vale, Zak! has traveled from coast-to-coast covering small and big town community news in both in print and online for nearly a decade since his graduation from the award-winning Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College in 2010.

Before settling into the Hudson Valley, Zak! previously spent time in the New York Daily News newsroom and worked for hyperlocal digital news outlets on Long Island. He wrote sports for The Ithacan and The Ithaca Journal before taking his talents to the Pacific Northwest, where he served as the sports editor at the Shoshone News-Press until heading back east to work with Daily Voice.

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  1. Alert Issued For 39-Year-Old Woman Missing For A Week In Montgomery County

    Alert Issued For 39-Year-Old Woman Missing For A Week In Montgomery County

    Seen her? Law enforcement agencies in Maryland are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing 39-year-old woman who has not been seen in a week.Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police's Cold Case Unit issued an alert regarding Silver Spring resident Meron Gebrehiwot, 39, who was last seen in the 1900 block of Featherwood Street on Friday, June ...

  2. National Recall Issued For 786K Swinging Hammock Chairs Due To Injury Hazard

    National Recall Issued For 786K Swinging Hammock Chairs Due To Injury Hazard

    New safety instructions are being provided to more than 750,000 consumers across the country after a national recall was issued for a popular brand of swinging hammock chairs.The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of approximately 786,000 RIO-branded chairs due to the improper insertion of pins provided for assembly that can cause the legs to collapse, creating a ...

  3. Teens Accused Of Burglaries, Attempted Murder Of Cop In Montgomery County

    Teens Accused Of Burglaries, Attempted Murder Of Cop In Montgomery County

    Three teens are in custody following a rash of residential burglaries and the attempted murder of a police officer in Maryland, officials announced.Northwest Washington, DC residents Maynor Josue Bonilla-Flores, Jason Benitez-Umanzor, and Brad Roca, all 16, are facing charges in Montgomery County after being implicated in multiple reported burglaries and the shooting of a police officer ...

  4. Arsonist Apprehended After Setting Four Carroll County Fires In Eight Hours: Officials

    Arsonist Apprehended After Setting Four Carroll County Fires In Eight Hours: Officials

    A serial arsonist is in custody after admitting to setting multiple fires over the course of just a few hours in Maryland, authorities said.In Carroll County, Wesley England, 33, was arrested and faces multiple charges after admitting to setting four fires in less than eight hours in Hampstead on Wednesday, June 29, the sheriff’s office announced.The investigation into the fires led ...

  5. Shooting Suspects Apprehended Following Violent Assault In St. Mary's County: Sheriff

    Shooting Suspects Apprehended Following Violent Assault In St. Mary's County: Sheriff

    Two Maryland men are facing a host of weapon and narcotics charges following an investigation into a shooting on Friday, June 24 in St. Mary’s County, the sheriff's office announced. Lexington Park residents Daitoine Vincent Payne, 21, and Joshua Alexander Mason, 38, have been charged for the shooting that left their 43-year-old man with serious injuries in the area of Exquisite Court. ...

  6. National Recall Issued For 786K Swinging Hammock Chairs Due To Injury Hazard

    National Recall Issued For 786K Swinging Hammock Chairs Due To Injury Hazard

    New safety instructions are being provided to more than 750,000 consumers across the country after a national recall was issued for a popular brand of swinging hammock chairs.The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of approximately 786,000 RIO-branded chairs due to the improper insertion of pins provided for assembly that can cause the legs to collapse, creating a ...

  7. ATVs Truly Taken Off-Road After Men Busted Driving Recklessly In Charles C: Sheriff

    ATVs Truly Taken Off-Road After Men Busted Driving Recklessly In Charles C: Sheriff

    Two Maryland men drove a little too fast and too furious on their off-road vehicles and are now facing charges after their ATVs were seized, the sheriff’s department announced.Waldorf residents Tavon James Dodson, 26, and Sean Gerard Estep, 36, were the subject of multiple noise complaints about operating their vehicles recklessly in Charles County, leading to a special enforcement ...

  8. One Killed, Five Injured In Crash Involving Maryland DOT Vehicle

    One Killed, Five Injured In Crash Involving Maryland DOT Vehicle

    One was pronounced dead in Harford County and a second was airlifted to a trauma center after a driver lost control and caused a chain-reaction crash involving a Maryland Department of Transportation Authority (MDTA), the sheriff's office announced.Ehsan Ulhaq, 52, was killed when the Toyota he was a passenger in at approximately 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29 crashed on I-95 northbound ...

  9. Alert Issued For Child Reported Missing In Harford County

    Alert Issued For Child Reported Missing In Harford County

    An alert was issued by law enforcement agencies in Maryland as they attempt to locate a missing 10-year-old boy who was last seen in Harford County. King Gibbons was last seen at approximately 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29 at his residence in the 300 block of Talbot Circle in Abingdon, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office announced.Gibbons was described as being 4-foot-11 weighing ...

  10. Democratic, Republican Primary Voters Split Among Candidates: New Goucher College Poll

    Democratic, Republican Primary Voters Split Among Candidates: New Goucher College Poll

    The gubernatorial primaries in Maryland remain hotly contested as the race to the top remains fluid, according to a newly released Goucher College poll. Pollsters surveyed more than 500 Maryland Democratic and 500 Republican voters, and found that both races may come down to a photo finish with less than three weeks until the primary vote on Tuesday, July 19.In a field of several ...

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