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Christina Coulter

Content Producer ccoulter@dailyvoice.com

Christina Coulter is an eager and tenacious reporter from Wilton, Connecticut. After attending Wilton High School, Christina graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing. She was President of Marist's Literary Arts Society, which published academic journal "The Fox Forum" and creative magazine "The Mosaic."

Throughout her college career, Christina interned for and contributed to publications in the Northeast, including The Wilton Bulletin and The Millbrook Independent. In 2016, Christina was taken on as an intern by Ulster Publishing, and regularly contributed to the Kingston Times, the Woodstock Times, the New Paltz Times and the Saugerties Times. 

After her summer-long internship with Ulster Publishing came to an end, Christina became a freelancer for the company until she earned an undergraduate degree. Then, she assumed the role of lead reporter of the Saugerties Times, where she worked until the economic impact of COVID-19 halted the printing of the publication.



Christina Coulter's Contributions

  1. Stratford Man Charged With DUI After Crash In Wilton, Police Say

    Stratford Man Charged With DUI After Crash In Wilton, Police Say

    A local man was charged with a DUI after police spotted him and his girlfriend examining damage to his vehicle after hitting an errant object in the roadway, police said. According to Wilton Police, a Wilton Police officer noticed a gray Lexus pulled over the Northbound shoulder of Danbury Road with its hazard lights blinking at approximately 1:12 p.m. on Friday, Oct. ...

  2. Connecticut Pharmacist's Additive-Free Pain Relief Line To Be Sold At Area CVS Stores

    Connecticut Pharmacist's Additive-Free Pain Relief Line To Be Sold At Area CVS Stores

    Topical pain relief products formulated in by Vernon Pharmacist Gene Gresh, containing natural ingredients like turmeric, arnica and devil's claw, will now be available at Farmington CVS locations. Gresh, a functional medicine practitioner, said he started The Feel Good Lab to produce remedies without chemicals or useless fillers that he would feel confident recommending to his ...

  3. Man Indicted For Threatening To Shoot Women At Palisades Center Mall, DA Says

    Man Indicted For Threatening To Shoot Women At Palisades Center Mall, DA Says

    A 26-year-old man was indicted on the charge of second-degree attempted murder after allegedly threatening to shoot two women, assaulting them physically, and nearly running them over with his car while in possession of a loaded firearm and marijuana. According to the Rockland District Attorney's Office, Michael Burks, of Queens, approached two women in the parking lot of the ...

  4. Popular Mexican Restaurant Opens New Long Island Location

    Popular Mexican Restaurant Opens New Long Island Location

    A popular Mexican eatery, boasting an extensive selection of burritos with names derived from Long Island culture, has opened a second location in the area.In addition to its flagship Massapequa store, Shrimpy's Burrito Bar opened a second location on West Jericho Turnpike in Huntington in September."All three owners grew up on the south shore of Long Island. What we bring is a young, ...

  5. One Hospitalized In Rockland Crash After Driver Ignores Stop Light, Police Say

    One Hospitalized In Rockland Crash After Driver Ignores Stop Light, Police Say

    A rollover car crash in Rockland County sent one driver to the hospital after one party ignored a red light, according to police. At approximately 8:10 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25, a Town of Ramapo police officer responded to the scene of the crash near Hemion Road in the Suffern Park area of Montebello. Both drivers were upright when he arrived, said police, but witnesses told ...

  6. Police Reform Moves Forward In Dutchess County

    Police Reform Moves Forward In Dutchess County

    Emergency mental health services will be expanded in Dutchess County, while Sheriff's Deputies will be assigned and mandated to use body cameras and take mandated implicit bias and procedural justice training per County Executive Mark Molinaro's 2021 executive budget.“We have a duty here in our community to strengthen what works, fix what is broken, and come together to build a ...

  7. Lifelong Westchester Resident, 30, Remembered As Avid Traveler

    Lifelong Westchester Resident, 30, Remembered As Avid Traveler

    Lifelong Westchester resident William "Billy" M. Gallicano, 30, died suddenly on Thursday, Oct. 22.The New Rochelle resident was born on May 4, 1990 and graduated from New Rochelle High School, then studied corporate homeland security and attained a master's degree at Mercy College. He was passionate about volunteer work and found success with Solar CITIES. Billy's family remembers ...

  8. Alert Issued For Missing Area Girl

    Alert Issued For Missing Area Girl

    Police are looking for a missing 14-year-old girl from the area, and believe that she may be with her cousin, who has also been reported missing.Rockland County resident Keyli Flores-Garcia of Spring Valley was last seen on Saturday, Oct. 24, and was wearing a black shirt, black sweater and black pants. She stands at 5-foot-3, weighs 125 pounds, speaks both Engish and Spanish and ...

  9. COVID-19: Long Island Eatery Readjusts Approach For Classic Greek Fare Amid Pandemic

    COVID-19: Long Island Eatery Readjusts Approach For Classic Greek Fare Amid Pandemic

    A new chef has elevated the menu of a restaurant on Long Island with a fresh perspective on traditional Greek fare amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Oniro Taverna in Woodbury announced the hiring of its new chef, Peter Spyropoulos earlier this week.Born in Queens, Spyropoulos spent his formative years developing his palette in Greece before attending the Culinary Institute of ...

  10. Teen Hero Saves Family: 'If I lost my life, I was going to do it saving somebody'

    Teen Hero Saves Family: 'If I lost my life, I was going to do it saving somebody'

    Waterbury's Justin Gavin, 18, said that he raced toward a burning car to rescue its occupants because none of many onlookers honking and yelling from their vehicles were "doing anything to help out.""I wouldn't call myself a hero, I just did what was right," he said when he detailed the events of the Sept. 9 rescue during his appearance on the "Drew Gooder" portion of The Drew ...

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