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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. Expect Closures: Construction Work On Routes 7, 104, 111 Starts

    Expect Closures: Construction Work On Routes 7, 104, 111 Starts

    There will be overnight lane closures throughout Connecticut, as contractors with the Connecticut Department of Transportation install rumble strips in various town.Beginning on Monday, Aug. 15, motorists can expect closures on Route 111 near Historic Drive to Old Church Road in Monroe. There will also be closures on Route 104 north of Butternut Lane in Stamford and on Route 7 in Wilton ...

  2. Teenage Girl Punches Victim Several Times In Greenwich Incident, Police Say

    Teenage Girl Punches Victim Several Times In Greenwich Incident, Police Say

    A Fairfield County teenager had to be restrained by police after getting into a midday fight in Greenwich.Officers from the Greenwich Police Department were dispatched to a Hamilton Avenue building on the west side of town shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10, where there was a report of a fight that had turned physical between two people.Upon arrival, police said that it was ...

  3. 'Perfect Storm' Of Repairs, Construction Could Create NYC Commute Chaos, Report Says

    'Perfect Storm' Of Repairs, Construction Could Create NYC Commute Chaos, Report Says

    A “perfect storm” of construction and repairs may cause a nightmarish commuter into Manhattan for several years.A New York Post report outlined the troubles commuters may face in the coming years, as crews get set to begin extensive subway repairs, highway construction work, railroad work and other projects that will tie up traffic and cause gridlock in the city.Beginning on Friday, ...

  4. Motorists Pay Most Expensive August Pump Prices In Years

    Motorists Pay Most Expensive August Pump Prices In Years

    With the demand for gasoline soaring during the dog days of summer, motorists can expect gas prices to peak to the highest price since 2014.With Labor Day fast approaching, statewide gas prices are beginning to peak, with an average price nationwide of $2.87 per gallon, the most expensive prices in four years. Officials said that there will likely be a spike in prices toward the end of ...

  5. Stratford Man Made Harassing Calls To Rape Crisis Center, Police Say

    Stratford Man Made Harassing Calls To Rape Crisis Center, Police Say

    A Fairfield County man is in hot water with the law after allegedly harassing a Connecticut Rape Crisis Center, despite previous warnings.Stratford resident William Bonitati, 58, has been charged with four counts of second-degree harassment, after being taken into police custody on an active warrant that was issued for his arrest in Milford.According to investigators, Bonitati ...

  6. Know Him? ID Sought For Suspect In Numerous Thefts At Area Home Depot

    Know Him? ID Sought For Suspect In Numerous Thefts At Area Home Depot

    Do you know him?Police are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to track down a suspect who has stolen thousands of dollars in merchandise from a Home Depot in the area.The Hamden Police Department released a surveillance photo of a man who allegedly stole coils of wire at the Dixwell Avenue Home Depot location. The latest of several larcenies was reported on Aug. 3.Police ...

  7. Seen One? List Of Black Bear Sightings In Fairfield County, State Released

    Seen One? List Of Black Bear Sightings In Fairfield County, State Released

    Once a rare sight, the black bear is making a comeback in Fairfield County -- and statewide.The Connecticut State Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) reported that a total of 7,493 black bear sightings have been reported in Connecticut in the past year, from Aug. 10, 2017 to Aug. 5 of this year, including hundreds in Fairfield County.Most of the sightings have come ...

  8. Know Him? Police Seek To ID Burglary Suspect In Fairfield County

    Know Him? Police Seek To ID Burglary Suspect In Fairfield County

    Do you know him?Police investigators in Norwalk are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to track down a suspect involved in an alleged burglary at a local convenience store.The Norwalk Police Department released surveillance photos of a male suspect who was involved in the alleged burglary. In the photos, he can be seen with a wrap covering his face. He was wearing a ...

  9. Former Stratford Resident Sentenced For Bank Robbery Spree

    Former Stratford Resident Sentenced For Bank Robbery Spree

    A Fairfield County man who threatened to kill bank employees during an armed robbery and later engaged in a standoff with police has been sentenced to nearly a decade behind bars following his seven-month crime spree.Bryce Alexander Laister, 26, formerly of Bridgeport and Stratford, has been sentenced to 107 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, after he ...

  10. Citizen Of Mexico Pleads Guilty to Third Illegal Reentry Offense In CT

    Citizen Of Mexico Pleads Guilty to Third Illegal Reentry Offense In CT

    A Mexican national with a long rap sheet has pleaded guilty in Connecticut to illegally re-entering the country after being deported twice, violating the conditions of his supervised release for a prior conviction for the same offense.Jose Del Carmen Hernandez Hernandez, 41, has pleaded guilty to one count of illegally reentering the United States after being deported. He has never held ...

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