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Kristin Palpini

Managing Editor CT/WMa kpalpini@dailyvoice.com

Kristin is a journalist with nearly 20 years experience reporting and editing in Massachusetts. She got her start in the field at The Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, MA, where she rose to the rank of web editor. She’s been the editor in chief of the Valley Advocate, an alternative weekly newspaper also out of Northampton, and creator and editor of the award-winning Berkshire Eagle’s Business Insider (Pittsfield, MA.). Kristin is dedicated to rooting out the truth as well as the juicy details that come along with it. She also enjoys saying “y'all” far too often for someone who was born in the Bay State and kayaking. 

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  1. COVID-19: This Is How To Prepare Students For Re-Entering The Classroom, CDC Says

    COVID-19: This Is How To Prepare Students For Re-Entering The Classroom, CDC Says

    With the Commissioner of Secondary and Elementary School Education calling for all elementary school students to return to the classroom by April, current remote-school students and their parents are preparing to make a big transition.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a three-page checklist for things a family can do to be better prepared for students ...

  2. Car V. Pedestrian Hit-And-Run Sends 80-Year-Old Woman To Hospital

    Car V. Pedestrian Hit-And-Run Sends 80-Year-Old Woman To Hospital

    An 80-year-old woman is in the hospital following a hit-and-run collision with a motor vehicle that fled the scene.On Thursday, Feb. 25, at about 11 a.m. police responded to a report of a woman who had been struck by a motor vehicle lying on the ground in the area of 166 South Quinsigamond Ave. in Shrewsbury, police said.The victim was an 80-year-old Shrewsbury woman. She was ...

  3. COVID-19: Massachusetts Taking Next Step To Reopen The Economy

    COVID-19: Massachusetts Taking Next Step To Reopen The Economy

    More of the Massachusetts economy will be opening within the next week - a move that will expand restaurant-capacity and bring back more live music. On Thursday, Feb. 25, Gov. Charlie Baker said that the state’s COVID-19 rates are declining at such a pace as to allow further expansion of the economy, according to WWLP.On March 1, Massachusetts will move onto Step 2 of Phase 3. There are ...

  4. Drugs Disguised As 'Crunch' Chocolate Bars Seized In Central Mass.

    Drugs Disguised As 'Crunch' Chocolate Bars Seized In Central Mass.

    Drug-laced chocolates designed to look like “Crunch” candy bars were among the pounds upon pounds of narcotics and related items seized during a recent police raid on a suspected trap house. On Wednesday, Feb. 24, members of the North Worcester County Drug Task Force & State Police Gang Unit and local officials executed a search warrant at 1052 Elam Road in Fitchburg, Leominster ...

  5. Mass. Bans Texting While Stopped At Red Light - 5 Things To Know About New Hands-Free Law

    Mass. Bans Texting While Stopped At Red Light - 5 Things To Know About New Hands-Free Law

    Under the new Massachusetts “hands-free” law, a driver can be fined $500 for using a mobile device while operating a vehicle.The law went into effect on Tuesday, Feb. 23.Massachusetts Hands-Free Driving Law prohibits the use of any electronic device - including mobile telephones - unless the device is being used in hands-free mode.And it’s not just the action of texting and driving the ...

  6. American Modern Long Island Eatery Offers Mix Of Comfort Food, Gourmet Dishes

    American Modern Long Island Eatery Offers Mix Of Comfort Food, Gourmet Dishes

    A modern American restaurant with a sumptuous, yet casual atmosphere and gourmet dishes continues to attract rave reviews more than 10 years after it first opened on Long Island. Built to attract singles, couples, families, and friends, City Cellar in Westbury features a large dining room with high ceilings, warm wood trim, and soft lighting. The restaurant also has an extensive wine ...

  7. 6 Signs Your Home Is At High Risk Of Starting An Electric Fire

    6 Signs Your Home Is At High Risk Of Starting An Electric Fire

    A recent church fire caused by malfunctioning electric work has the Massachusetts Fire Marshal out spreading awareness of the signs a home may be at higher risk of starting an electric fire as well as the signs that an electrical fire is already burning.On Wednesday, Feb. 24, the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office said that the cause of the Corpus Christi Parish Rectory at Holy ...

  8. Ex-House Ethics Committee Chairman Admits To Spending Campaign Money On Lavish Lifestyle

    Ex-House Ethics Committee Chairman Admits To Spending Campaign Money On Lavish Lifestyle

    A heavily in-debt ex-Massachusetts state representative, who once served as chairman of the House Ethics Committee, has admitted to funding his lavish lifestyle with public money and fraudulent bank loans.On Wednesday, Feb. 24, former state representative David M. Nangle, 60, pleaded guilty in U.S. Senior District Court to 10 counts of wire fraud, 4 counts of bank fraud, 4 counts of ...

  9. Cause Of Blaze At Firefighter's Home Determined

    Cause Of Blaze At Firefighter's Home Determined

    The cause of a fire at a local firefighter's home has been determined. On Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Massachusetts Fire Marshal’s Office said that officials had discovered the cause of a Feb. 18 house fire at 26 Runaway Brook Road in Lancaster.Lancaster Fire Chief Michael Hanson said the cause was the failure of the woodstove pipe. The fire began while residents Charles Dunnigan and Leila ...

  10. Massachusetts Man Accused Of Trying To Hire Hitman To Kill His Wife Is Arrested

    Massachusetts Man Accused Of Trying To Hire Hitman To Kill His Wife Is Arrested

    A Massachusetts man accused of attempting to hire a hitman to kill his wife has been indicted on a murder-for-hire charge.On Tuesday, Feb. 23, Massimo Marenghi, 54, was indicted on the sole charge in federal court.According to the complaint against him, Marenghi, of Malden, met with an undercover agent that was posing as a contract killer on Jan. 20. Marenghi allegedly asked the agent ...

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