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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. Survey: Customer Satisfaction Makes Huge Strides On Metro-North

    Survey: Customer Satisfaction Makes Huge Strides On Metro-North

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Metro-North reported huge gains in its 2016 customer satisfaction survey, including an 11 percent jump on the New Haven Line. Customer satisfaction on the New Haven Line is at 87 percent, up from 76 percent in 2015. While 87 percent constitutes a large gain for the New Haven Line, it still ranks third behind the Hudson and Harlem lines, which boasted ...

  2. Danbury Rep's Plan For Self-Serve Beer, Wine One Step Closer To Reality

    Danbury Rep's Plan For Self-Serve Beer, Wine One Step Closer To Reality

    DANBURY, Conn. -- A law that would bring automated wine and beer dispensers to bars in Connecticut was okayed by the House of Representatives on Wednesday, according to multiple reports. The bill, proposed by Danbury's Rep. David Arconti (D), passed overwhelmingly in the house, 129-19. It would allow Connecticut to join 43 other states that already allow the automated dispensers. The ...

  3. Excited Anglers Cast Lines At Great Hollow Lake In Monroe

    Excited Anglers Cast Lines At Great Hollow Lake In Monroe

    MONROE, Conn. —  Beautiful weather prompted a big turnout for opening day of trout season at Great Hollow Lake in Monroe on Saturday. Young anglers, parents, officers and fisheries staff were on hand to kick off the season. More than 300,000 trout have been released into lakes and streams state-wide. 

  4. Stanley Cup Takes Straight Shot To Stamford On Metro-North

    Stanley Cup Takes Straight Shot To Stamford On Metro-North

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Some Metro-North commuters are the worst. They take up entire seats. They block the aisle while everyone takes selfies. And when that commuter is the Stanley Cup, it's to be expected. The NHL's championship trophy hopped on a train in Grand Central Terminal and rode up to Stamford where NBC Sports is headquartered in anticipation of the start of the NHL ...

  5. Ridgefield Man Wins Pulitzer For Reporting On Russian Cyberinvasion of U.S.

    Ridgefield Man Wins Pulitzer For Reporting On Russian Cyberinvasion of U.S.

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Ridgefield resident and New York Times reporter Mike McIntire and his team were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting on Monday.McIntire, along with Andrew Higgins, Andrew Kramer, Neil MacFarquhar, Eric Lipton, Jo Becker, David Sanger, Eric Schmitt, Scott Shane, Steven Erlanger and Barry Meier won the award for their investigative series on Russia’s ...

  6. Crew Douses Fire At Newtown Home

    Crew Douses Fire At Newtown Home

    NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Botsford firefighters beat back a blaze that broke out on Monday night in a Toddy Hill Road home in Newtown, according to News Times. The fire started in the basement of the home around 10 p.m. and was spreading to the first floor when responders arrived, News Times reported. A family dog that was trapped in the fire is recovering, News Times said. Click here to read ...

  7. Connecticut Trout Season Opens: See Where They're Stocked

    Connecticut Trout Season Opens: See Where They're Stocked

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Saturday marks the opening of the trout fishing season in Connecticut. Here's a list of some popular spots in Fairfield County where you might find them biting:Aspetuck River, WestonByram River, Greenwich Farmill River, SheltonMianus River, Greenwich, Stamford  Mill River, Fairfield Norwalk River, Redding and Wilton Pequonnock River, Trumbull and ...

  8. Murphy Blasts Lack Of Strategy In Syria After U.S. Airstrike

    Murphy Blasts Lack Of Strategy In Syria After U.S. Airstrike

    U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D- Conn.) lambasted President Donald Trump's decision to execute missile strikes on Syrian targets overnight, calling the action "ill-thought out," and warned the attacks were "dragging us further into a civil war in which we cannot tip the scales."United States forces fired 59 Tomahawk Missiles at sites held by  Bashar al-Assad following ...

  9. Danbury Cops Nab Carjackers Following High-Speed Chase Near Schools

    Danbury Cops Nab Carjackers Following High-Speed Chase Near Schools

    DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury police reportedly have three suspects in custody following a carjacking near the Danbury Town Park on Friday morning, according to News-Times. Suspects allegedly took the car at knifepoint, police told the News-Times. Police chased the vehicle through the parking lot of St. Gregory School before they fled from the car at the end of Hawley Road Extension, ...

  10. Connecticut Among Rowdiest States To Celebrate St. Paddy's Day

    Connecticut Among Rowdiest States To Celebrate St. Paddy's Day

    St. Patrick's Day is here and for many that means knocking back a pint or two before digging into some corned beef and cabbage. St. Patricks Day isn't celebrated with the same gusto everywhere you go, but if you're in Daily Voice Country, you're in luck. New York, Connecticut and New Jersey were all ranked among the rowdiest places to celebrate the holiday, according to ...

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