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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he is a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

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  1. New Deal Would Create Metro-North Line Into Penn Station From Westchester

    New Deal Would Create Metro-North Line Into Penn Station From Westchester

    At long last, Metro-North riders may soon have access to Penn Station from Westchester, as the MTA moves forward with a new deal with Amtrak.This week, MTA officials announced the new deal with Amtrak, which will call for new Metro-North stops in Co-op City, Morris Park, Parkchester/ Van Nest and Hunts Point, bringing those commuters, and those from the New Rochelle station, to Penn ...

  2. Wanted: Alert Issued For Robbery, Burglary Suspect In Westchester

    Wanted: Alert Issued For Robbery, Burglary Suspect In Westchester

    Have you seen him?The Yonkers Police Department issued an alert for a wanted 46-year-old man who is wanted on burglary and robbery charges in the city.On Wednesday, the Yonkers Police Warrant Squad released the alert for Joseph Dickerson, who was described as a 6-foot-1 man weighing approximately 245 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. Investigators noted that Dicerkson has a medium ...

  3. Police Release Results Of I-684 Speeding Detail

    Police Release Results Of I-684 Speeding Detail

    Dozens of tickets were dished out by New York State Police troopers during a special speed enforcement operation in Westchester County along the I-684 corridor.During the detail in Somers, which was “conducted in furtherance of (New York State Police’s) mission to ensure highway safety for all users of the roadway,” on Wednesday, Jan. 23, troopers issued a total of 60 tickets for ...

  4. Former Harrison Police Chief Admits To Evading $900K In Taxes

    Former Harrison Police Chief Admits To Evading $900K In Taxes

    A former Harrison police chief who retired early while he was the target of a federal investigation in 2016 has pleaded guilty to new charges that alleged he failed to pay nearly a million dollars in taxes.Anthony Marraccini admitted in federal court on Wednesday, Jan. 22 to tax evasion, admitting that he failed to pay more than $900,000 over the span of more than five years. The new ...

  5. Man Sentenced For Attempting To Use Forged ID At Four Westchester Banks In One Day

    Man Sentenced For Attempting To Use Forged ID At Four Westchester Banks In One Day

    A man who attempted to steal another person's identity at multiple Westchester County banks will be spending several years behind bars.Bronx resident Jose Cabrera has been sentenced to a term of two to four years in state prison after he pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a forged instrument for going to banks in Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Ossining and Thornwood with a forged ...

  6. Video: Woman Escapes Injury After Flames Explode From Car In Area

    Video: Woman Escapes Injury After Flames Explode From Car In Area

    Things got dangerous for a driver who received a shock when her car suddenly burst in flames in Orange County.The woman driving on Clove Road just off of Route 208 in South Blooming Grove told officials that she smelled smoke shortly after making the turn onto the roadway shortly after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22. Her Toyota Camry then proceeded to stall out and flames burst through the ...

  7. Police On Alert After Discovery Of New White Supremacist Flyers In Bedford

    Police On Alert After Discovery Of New White Supremacist Flyers In Bedford

    Police and local law enforcement agencies in Northern Westchester are on high alert as a white supremacist group continues posting rhetoric in the area.Identity Evropa first made news in Westchester in July last year, when recruitment posters were hung in Croton-on-Hudson, including several near the Croton-Harmon High School and area middle schools. In November, they were back, posting ...

  8. $115M Greenburgh Schools Bond Vote Postponed

    $115M Greenburgh Schools Bond Vote Postponed

    After months of discussion and consideration, the Greenburgh Board of Education voted to give the community more time to decide whether to consolidate each of its schools onto one campus.The community was originally scheduled to vote on the $114.6 million bond on whether to consolidate all schools to the Warburg campus on Tuesday, Feb. 12. On Wednesday, the Board unanimously determined ...

  9. $11M Property Owned By Rolling Stone Magazine Co-Founder One Of Priciest In Area In 2018

    $11M Property Owned By Rolling Stone Magazine Co-Founder One Of Priciest In Area In 2018

    A Dutchess County mansion that was owned by a co-founder of Rolling Stone Magazine ranked near the top of a brand new list released of the most expensive properties sold in upstate New York last year.Jann Wenner’s 7,979-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-bedroom mansion on Davis Lane in Tivoli sold in November for slightly less than $11 million. The mansion, which was built in 1994, was ...

  10. Woman, 36, Charged With Allowing Dog To Run Loose In Westchester

    Woman, 36, Charged With Allowing Dog To Run Loose In Westchester

    A 36-year-old woman surrendered herself to police in Westchester after her dog allegedly went rogue and was caught “running at large” in Yorktown.Investigators at the Yorktown Police Department received a call shortly after 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, from a Stony Street resident reporting that a dog was running loose in the area near Stony Manor Court.Police said that a Community ...

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