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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. Four Rescued From Capsized Boat In Fairfield County After Clinging To Side For An Hour

    Four Rescued From Capsized Boat In Fairfield County After Clinging To Side For An Hour

    Four men who were clinging to the side of a capsized boat for more than an hour were rescued by members of a Fairfield County fire department.The incident began to unfold around 9:50 p.m., Wednesday, July 28, in Norwalk.That's when members of the Norwalk Fire Department Marine Unit responded to a reported 18-foot boat that capsized with four people in the water near Grassy Island, said ...

  2. Fairfield County Car Thief Rams Vehicles, Drives Into Oncoming Traffic, Police Say

    Fairfield County Car Thief Rams Vehicles, Drives Into Oncoming Traffic, Police Say

    Three Fairfield County men have been arrested after allegedly crashing into several police vehicles at the Westfield Trumbull Mall as they attempted to flee in a stolen vehicle.During the incident, which took place on Monday, July 26, Dominique Reid, age 23, of Bridgeport, fled in the stolen Audi to avoid immediate capture, however, Hector Delgado, age 24, and Xavier Rondon, age ...

  3. Five Assistant Principals Join Stamford Public Schools

    Five Assistant Principals Join Stamford Public Schools

    Five local schools will have new assistant principals when the school year begins.Stamford Public Schools announced on Wednesday, July 28, the five new assistant principals are: Sara Paolini, Hart Magnet Elementary School;Randy Bilik, Newfield Elementary School;Iuliana Roata, Stillmeadow Elementary School;Jillian Churchill, Cloonan Middle School;Robson de Andrade, Jr., Rippowam ...

  4. This Western Mass Spot Knows How To Serve Pizza, Burgers, Brews

    This Western Mass Spot Knows How To Serve Pizza, Burgers, Brews

    If you live anywhere in Western Massachusetts you probably already know about the Rail Trail Ale House and its brick-oven artisan pizzas, Angus burgers, and hand-cut fries.But just in case you don't here's a quick rundown of what you'll find when you visit this Hampden County hot spot which is a favorite with Southwick locals.The menu features a complete rundown of just about every type ...

  5. Body Found In Naugatuck River

    Body Found In Naugatuck River

    Police have pulled a body from the Naugatuck River in Connecticut.The discovery was made around 3:40 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27, when a hiker reported what looked like a human body in the water, said the Naugatuck Police. Emergency personnel located the body in New Haven County in the area of Platts Mill Road and Radnor Avenue and confirmed the person was dead. Naugatuck detectives are ...

  6. 96-Year-Old Man Caused Fatal CT Motorcycle Crash, Police Say

    96-Year-Old Man Caused Fatal CT Motorcycle Crash, Police Say

    Police have arrested a 96-year-old man who they say caused a deadly motorcycle crash in Connecticut earlier this month.Peter Acampora turned himself in to police on Monday, July 26 in connection with the fatal New Haven County motorcycle crash that took place on Sunday, July 18 in East Haven.During the crash, Bruce Esposito, age 30, was driving a 2020 Harley Davidson when he was hit by ...

  7. Intoxicated Fairfield County Man Grabs, Yells At Bank Employees, Police Say

    Intoxicated Fairfield County Man Grabs, Yells At Bank Employees, Police Say

    A Fairfield County man has been arrested for allegedly harassing and grabbing employees at an area bank.Martin Marusak, age 49, was arrested on Monday, July 26, when Greenwich Police responded to the Greenwich Bank & Trust at 1103 East Putnam Ave., for a report of a man grabbing the bank manager.According to Greenwich PD Captain Mark E. Zuccerella, Marusak was intoxicated and was ...

  8. Escaped Horse Killed After Being Hit By Car On Busy Area Roadway

    Escaped Horse Killed After Being Hit By Car On Busy Area Roadway

    A horse was killed after being hit by a car after it escaped its corral by jumping a fence onto a busy area roadway. The horse, which was killed on Route 202 in Rockland on Monday, July 26, lived on a farm in a more rural section of Ramapo, police said. Ramapo Police Lt. Tom Dolan said Wednesday, July 28, the horse escaped the corral about 4:30 a.m. and ended up on the roadway ...

  9. Mosquitoes From Fairfield County Test Positive For West Nile Virus

    Mosquitoes From Fairfield County Test Positive For West Nile Virus

    It's time to get out the mosquito repellant with the discovery of the pesky insects carrying the West Nile virus in five areas in Connecticut, including three in Fairfield County.According to the Connecticut Department of Health, the virus-carrying mosquitoes were discovered last week in Fairfield County in Greenwich, Darien, and Stamford, in New Haven County in New Haven, and in ...

  10. Beloved 'Bear 211' Struck, Killed By Vehicle In Fairfield County

    Beloved 'Bear 211' Struck, Killed By Vehicle In Fairfield County

    A much-beloved black bear nicknamed "211" after its tag who brought a smile to thousands of faces had to be put down by police after it was hit by a vehicle that left the scene.The bear, who had its own Facebook page, was hit in Fairfield County around 6:20 p.m., on Monday, July 26, in Easton.The bear who liked to swing in neighborhood hammocks and play on a slip-and-slide, was found ...

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