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Joe Jenkins

Managing Editor, Orange County

Joe Jenkins is a reporter who has worked for various publications including the Poughkeepsie Journal and the New York Daily News. He Graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2003 and received his master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in 2012. Joe is also a contributing columnist and analyst for various online sports publications.

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  1. Valentine's Day Is For The Dogs, Survey Says

    Valentine's Day Is For The Dogs, Survey Says

    Nearly 25 percent of single women would rather spend Valentine's Day with a dog than on a date with a man, according to a recent survey by National Today.The holiday for lovers is apparently for all pets, the survey said, with 49 percent of the 1,000 respondents saying they make sure to give their pets a special Valentine's Day treat. For those that like the traditional human ...

  2. Donald Trump Sworn In As 45th U.S. President

    Donald Trump Sworn In As 45th U.S. President

    Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday after placing his hand on Abraham Lincoln's Bible.With an estimated 800,000 witnesses in attendance, Trump gave his first address as President of the United States just after noon. He began by thanking the Obama family and administration but quickly turned his sights on speaking out against the current ...

  3. Unlucky? Friday The 13 Comes Twice In 2017

    Unlucky? Friday The 13 Comes Twice In 2017

    Superstitious folks aren't getting 2017 off on the right foot, with the first of two "Friday the 13th" dates taking place in January. The superstitious origins of  Friday the 13th, or paraskevidekatriaphobia, are not entirely clear. Many of the theories date back to times well before Jason Voorhees donned a hockey mask and started slashing up victims at Crystal Lake.Some ...

  4. Mid-Hudson Bridge Re-Opens After Fatal Crash

    Mid-Hudson Bridge Re-Opens After Fatal Crash

    This story has been updatedPOUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Two people are dead following a car crash that closed the Mid-Hudson Bridge early Wednesday, according to authorities.The bridge reopened just as the morning commute ended.The crash took place on the Ulster County (west) side of the span at approximately 2:30 a.m. between Route 9 and Route 9W North.Check back to Daily Voice for updates.

  5. Indian Point Will Close Down Both Reactors By 2021 Under New Deal

    Indian Point Will Close Down Both Reactors By 2021 Under New Deal

    Related stories: Indian Point Announcement Will Bring To Close Controversial ChapterAstorino: 'Secret Deal' To Shut Indian Point 'Potentially Catastrophic'This story has been updated.BUCHANAN, N.Y. -- Officials from Entergy and New York State agreed to shut down both nuclear reactors at the Indian Point facility by April 2021, according to The New York Times.Under the agreement, one of ...

  6. What Are You Doing For Christmas, Tarrytown?

    What Are You Doing For Christmas, Tarrytown?

    Christian children around the world find out if they are naughty or nice on Sunday, Dec. 25, Christmas morning. The holiday is used to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. It also marks the end of the Advent season. On a more secular level, Christmas is a cultural event marked by giving presents to friends and family. Due to its long history and the enormous popularity there are ...

  7. Hanukkah 2016 Starts Christmas Eve and Ends New Year's Day

    Hanukkah 2016 Starts Christmas Eve and Ends New Year's Day

    Hanukkah's late start means the festival of lights, which begins on Saturday, will stretch into the New Year. Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire.The festival of lights begins on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar. Being based ...

  8. Astronaut John Glenn Dies At 95

    Astronaut John Glenn Dies At 95

    John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, died on Thursday, according to multiple reports. Glenn was 95. Glenn had been battling health issues since suffering a stroke and had been hospitalized in an Ohio State University medical center since last week, according to NPR. Glenn was a decorated Marine who flew over 100 combat missions during World War II and the Korean War. He ...

  9. Former MLB Pitcher, Westchester Native, Resident Ralph Branca, Dies

    Former MLB Pitcher, Westchester Native, Resident Ralph Branca, Dies

    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- Ralph Branca, a native of Mount Vernon and the pitcher who served up Bobby Thomson's "Shot Heard 'Round the World" Home Run, died on Wednesday morning, according to multiple reports. Branca was 90. The death was announced by Branca's son-in-law and former New York Mets Manager, Bobby Valentine of Stamford, Conn. Valentine stated that Branca died in his ...

  10. Meet Boris, The SPCA Pet Of The Week

    Meet Boris, The SPCA Pet Of The Week

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The SPCA of Westchester County is hoping to find a home for its pet of the week, a male terrier named Boris. Boris is a friendly and smart 2-year-old who is up to date on heart worm. The SPCA says Boris does not play well with other dogs and due to his size should go to a home with older, teenage kids. To learn more, or to meet boris, ...

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