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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. Three Injured As Fire Destroys Westchester Restaurant

    Three Injured As Fire Destroys Westchester Restaurant

    Three firefighters suffered injuries battling a blaze inside a popular Mount Vernon eatery that left the building razed and burned.Firefighters were dispatched to the Lincoln Barbecue on East Lincoln Avenue at approximately 10 a.m. on Wednesday morning after receiving reports of a fire inside the kitchen of the restaurant.It took firefighters several hours to knock down the flames, as ...

  2. Westchester Worker Gets $2M After Suit For Discrimination

    Westchester Worker Gets $2M After Suit For Discrimination

    Just weeks after a Yonkers sugar refinery worker won a $13.4 million lawsuit against American Sugar Refining - the maker of Domino’s Sugar - a second employee has won a lawsuit claiming workplace discrimination.A jury in the Southern District of New York awarded a $2.35 million settlement to Claude Lewis, a former employee at the company’s Yonkers factory for nearly three decades. The ...

  3. Man, 63, Forcibly Kisses Woman Against Her Will, Westchester Police Say

    Man, 63, Forcibly Kisses Woman Against Her Will, Westchester Police Say

    Westchester County Police intervention was required in Mount Kisco after a man allegedly forcibly grabbed a woman and kissed her against her will. Officers were dispatched to Columbus Avenue at approximately 8:22 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17, where there was a report of a woman who had suffered injuries after a man forced himself on her without consent.According to police, 63-year-old ...

  4. Video Of Violent Brawl At Upstate Restaurant Goes Viral

    Video Of Violent Brawl At Upstate Restaurant Goes Viral

    A kid couldn’t be a kid at an upstate Chuck E Cheese’s location, where police intervention was required when a brawl broke out involving more than a dozen people.According to multiple reports, police were dispatched to a Chuck E Cheese’s location in Amherst on Saturday afternoon, which was captured on video that has since gone viral.The video shows two employees attempting to take ...

  5. New Rochelle Schools Add Holiday To Calendar Celebrating Muslim Culture

    New Rochelle Schools Add Holiday To Calendar Celebrating Muslim Culture

    Students in New Rochelle will see a new holiday on the school calendar next year, as the Board of Education added the Islamic celebration of Eid al-Fitr.The Board announced that it would be adding the holiday - which marks the end of Ramadan - which will be observed on June 5 next year, and schools will be closed.Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, and falls ...

  6. Safety Forum On Coyotes Set Following Several Westchester Spring Sightings

    Safety Forum On Coyotes Set Following Several Westchester Spring Sightings

    Following a rash of incidents involving coyotes in Westchester County in the last two months, officials in Greenburgh will host a biologist from New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for a special forum about living with the animals this week.The forum will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25, at Town Hall on Hillside Avenue in White Plains. It will also be ...

  7. Police Bust Pair Involved In Alleged $500,000 Eastchester Burglary

    Police Bust Pair Involved In Alleged $500,000 Eastchester Burglary

    A multi-agency police investigation into the theft of more than $500,000 in cash and jewelry from a Westchester residence has led to the apprehension of two men and the recovery of hundreds of thousands of dollars.Eastchester Police Chief Timothy Bonci announced the arrests of Bronx residents Asan Sefuloski, 28, and Morris Santaniello, 64, on Tuesday, who are facing burglary charges for ...

  8. Iona College, New Rochelle Reach Agreement To Drop Litigation, Expand

    Iona College, New Rochelle Reach Agreement To Drop Litigation, Expand

    Iona College officials have reached an agreement with the city to drop pending litigation and begin the process of a multi-million dollar expansion of two of its buildings.Officials announced the agreement this week which “when fully executed, will allow for the inward expansion of two campus buildings while addressing neighborhood concerns regarding the campus perimeter, and resolving ...

  9. YMCA Plans To Sell Mamaroneck Avenue Buildings

    YMCA Plans To Sell Mamaroneck Avenue Buildings

    One of Westchester’s biggest and busiest YMCA locations is selling its home.Officials from the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester announced on Tuesday their intention to list its Mamaroneck Avenue home in White Plains for sale, with a plan to move to a non-facility YMCA model, which offers new services for members.During the selling process, which is expected to last between 18 ...

  10. Westchester High School Student Removed After Making Social Media Threat

    Westchester High School Student Removed After Making Social Media Threat

    A Port Chester High School student has been taken into custody after allegedly making a digial threat on social media.Late on Monday afternoon, school and police officials were informed that a minor had posted a non-specific threat directed toward the high school, prompting to an investigation, which led to the student.School officials said that the student was quickly identified and ...

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