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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. Ridgefield Officials Issue Update To Residents Amid Storm Cleanup

    Ridgefield Officials Issue Update To Residents Amid Storm Cleanup

    Some Customers Could Be Without Power For Days, Eversource Says: Breakdown Of Outages By Town All hands are on deck in Ridgefield, as crews continue recovery efforts in the town following a storm that felled trees and downed utility lines, leaving thousands without power.On Wednesday, Ridgefield officials announced that crews have been working around the clock in efforts to clear ...

  2. Metro-North Service Now Back On Schedule After All Lines Suspended

    Metro-North Service Now Back On Schedule After All Lines Suspended

    Service has been fully restored on all Metro-North lines after crews worked diligently overnight to clear more than 100 trees from railways following Tuesday’s storm.Metro-North officials announced that service on the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem Line between Southeast and Grand Central Terminal is operating on schedule as of 2 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon.Service between Southeast and ...

  3. Brookfield Police Provide Storm Update

    Brookfield Police Provide Storm Update

    Thousands Still Without Power In Connecticut After Deadly StormAll hands are on deck in Brookfield, as crews continue recovery efforts in the city following a storm that felled trees and downed utility lines throughout the region.On Wednesday, Brookfield officials announced that public works and public safety crews worked diligently throughout the night until approximately 3 a.m. as the ...

  4. CT Psychiatrist, Mental Health Clinic Pay $800K Settlement

    CT Psychiatrist, Mental Health Clinic Pay $800K Settlement

    A Connecticut psychiatrist and mental health clinic are set to pay more than $800,000 to resolve claims that they allegedly violated federal and state False Claims Acts regarding urine sample tests.United States Attorney John Durham announced that psychiatrist Erum Shahab and Waire, LLC, which did business as Ellington Behavioral Health, have reached an agreement to pay $805,071 for ...

  5. Police Caution Drivers As Severe Storms Approach Connecticut

    Police Caution Drivers As Severe Storms Approach Connecticut

    Related story: Severe Thunderstorm Watch For Fairfield County, Tornado Watch For Parts Of Western CTConnecticut State Police are cautioning motorists to exercise extra caution during the evening commute as the region braces for the latest round of wild weather that is expected to hit the area on Tuesday.A tornado watch was issued in parts of Connecticut on Tuesday, as whipping winds, ...

  6. Know Them? Ridgefield Police Attempt To Reunite Cat, Dog With Families

    Know Them? Ridgefield Police Attempt To Reunite Cat, Dog With Families

    Look familiar?Police in Ridgefield are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to reunite a missing cat and dog with their families after they were found and brought into custody on Monday.The Ridgefield Police Department issued an alert on Monday regarding a lost black and white cat that was located on East Ridge Road and a Chihuahua on Old Washington Road. Anyone who may ...

  7. State Police Alert Issued For Falsely Reporting Incidents, School Threats

    State Police Alert Issued For Falsely Reporting Incidents, School Threats

    Connecticut State Police is warning of the dangers of “crying wolf” when it comes to reported incidents and school threats.State police issued an alert on Monday warning that if law enforcement officials are contacted in response to a threat or a perceived threat in a local school, investigators must treat those threats as genuine, no matter what the circumstance.According to police ...

  8. Fairfield County Players Taking Center Stage In NCAA Lacrosse Tournament

    Fairfield County Players Taking Center Stage In NCAA Lacrosse Tournament

    As action heads to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I  lacrosse championship tournament, several former Fairfield County standouts are set to take center stage, led by Easton’s Connor Kelly, who continued his record-setting season over the weekend in a first-round win.Kelly - one of five players nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy as player of the year in D-I and the  Big Ten ...

  9. Expect Delays: Long Ridge Road Resurfacing Starts

    Expect Delays: Long Ridge Road Resurfacing Starts

    There will be lane closures in Stamford for several days as crews begin a road resurfacing project in on Long Ridge Road.The Connecticut Department of Transportation announced that beginning on Monday, May 14, there will be a 2.7-mile project performed from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the road that is expected to last through Friday, May 18.During the scope of the project, lane closures have ...

  10. New Warning Issued After More Car Break-Ins Reported In Ridgefield

    New Warning Issued After More Car Break-Ins Reported In Ridgefield

    Police in Ridgefield are cautioning local residents to be sure their car doors are locked and valuables removed following newly reported incidents of car break-ins.The Ridgefield Police Department issued an alert to residents following multiple reports of money being stolen from parked cars that have been cropping up in recent weeks, including an incident where a credit card and ...

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