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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. Yorktown Planning Board Approves Chase Bank

    Yorktown Planning Board Approves Chase Bank

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The Yorktown Planning Board ruled on several proposals during its meeting on Monday, Aug. 8, including the approval of the site plan for a Chase Bank on Commerce Street. Other items on the agenda included:Appoving a second, one-year extension for construction on the Kitchawan Fire and Rescue Station. Approval of an ammended site plan for Spark Steakhouse on Route 202.A ...

  2. I-287 Lanes Will Be Closed For Roadwork

    I-287 Lanes Will Be Closed For Roadwork

    Drainage work will prompt the closure of up to three northbound lanes of the New York State Thruway (I-87/I-287) from exit 8A (Elmsford - NY Route 119 - Saw Mill River Parkway North) to the Tappan Zee Bridge between Thursday and Friday nights. As part of the overnight work on the 18, State Police will stop and hold all northbound traffic approaching the bridge for a period of ...

  3. Macy's Will Close 100 Stores

    Macy's Will Close 100 Stores

    Department store giant Macy's announced it will close approximately 100 of its locations by early 2017, according to a statement released by the company. The company said the stores where the real estate value exceeds the value of the retail output will be in line for closure. “We operate in a fast-changing world, and our company is moving forward decisively to build further on Macy’s ...

  4. DV Decision: Readers Want A Beer With Trump More Than Clinton

    DV Decision: Readers Want A Beer With Trump More Than Clinton

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Readers would rather grab a stool and belly up to the bar with Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton, according to a Daily Voice poll. Trump overwhelmingly beat out Clinton securing 400 votes, good for 50 percent. Clinton was the least popular of three options, securing 20 percent of the vote. "Oddly, I can't even imaging shrillary pausing to drink -- she's ...

  5. Macy's To Close 100 Stores

    Macy's To Close 100 Stores

    Department store giant Macy's announced it will close approximately 100 of its locations by early 2017, according to a statement released by the company. The company said the stores where the real estate value exceeds the value of the retail output will be in line for closure. “We operate in a fast-changing world, and our company is moving forward decisively to build further on Macy’s ...

  6. Ex-Professor Revisits Old Mount Vernon Stomping Grounds With City's Mayor

    Ex-Professor Revisits Old Mount Vernon Stomping Grounds With City's Mayor

    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- Retired history professor and philanthropist Elihu Rose spent much of his formative years as a Mount Vernon resident, but he hadn't returned home in decades prior to a day trip made in July.Rose met with Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas to tour his old stomping grounds. What Rose found with Thomas was more than just a trip down memory lane. Thomas showed Rose a ...

  7. Arraignment Delayed For Billionaire's Son Busted After Stiffing Cabbie

    Arraignment Delayed For Billionaire's Son Busted After Stiffing Cabbie

    The arraignment of the son of a billionaire in Greenwich, Conn., on three criminal charges stemming from reportedly stiffing a cab driver has been delayed according to Greenwich Time.Harry Brant, 20, the son of Peter Brant and supermodel Stephanie Seymour, attempted to skip out on a cab fare of $27.85 police said.After running from the cab, officers found Brant near 55 Railroad Ave., ...

  8. Several Killed During Munich Shopping Mall Shooting

    Several Killed During Munich Shopping Mall Shooting

    Several people were killed in a shooting spree at a shopping mall in Munich, Germany on Friday, according to multiple reports. Authorities have told residents to stay in their homes. Public transportation has also been suspended in the area, according to the BBC. No information has been given about a possible motive, the BBC reported. Click here to read the BBC article. 

  9. Daily Voice Leaders: Mary Beth Walsh, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

    Daily Voice Leaders: Mary Beth Walsh, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- As CEO of Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, Mary Beth Walsh has seen the hospital change along with the way it treats its patients. "People here with a stroke, if you want just an average, are here about 22, 23 days," Walsh told Daily Voice. For other conditions, some patients might only stay at Burke for a few days when thirty years ago, in Walsh's ...

  10. Pokémon Go's Craze Adds To Nintendo's Market Value

    Pokémon Go's Craze Adds To Nintendo's Market Value

    The popularity of the newly released Pokémon Go app triggerd an uptick in Nintendo stock that added $7.5 billion to the company's market value, according to The Verge. The company's stock price jumped more than 24 percent on Monday, marking the largest spike for Nintendo since 1983, The Verge reported. The game, however, is not a direct product of the company that brought you Super ...

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