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Casey Donahue

Assistant Managing Editor cdonahue@dailyvoice.com

Originally from Pennsylvania, Casey graduated from Fairfield University with a major in journalism and a minor in political science. He has covered several towns in Fairfield County since 2010. 

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  1. Two New Members Join Greenwich Police Detective Division

    Two New Members Join Greenwich Police Detective Division

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Police Detectives JD Smith and Jim Ruzskowski have been permanently assigned to the Detective Division, the department announced this week."Two outstanding officers who demonstrated excellent investigative abilities, initiative , and follow thorough," Greenwich Police said in a Facebook post. "They bring a lot of talent to the investigative ...

  2. Stamford Man Charged With Strangling Girlfriend And Breaking Her Arm

    Stamford Man Charged With Strangling Girlfriend And Breaking Her Arm

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A 48-year-old Stamford man was charged with punching and strangling his girlfriend last week and breaking her arm last month, according to the Stamford Advocate.Police responded to a Pepper Ridge Road home on Friday afternoon, where a woman told officers that her boyfriend, Seth Emond, had punched her in the face and strangled her, according to the Stamford Advocate. ...

  3. Fireplace Embers Ignite Basement Blaze In New Canaan Home

    Fireplace Embers Ignite Basement Blaze In New Canaan Home

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A small fire broke out in the basement of a home on Hemlock Hill Road in New Canaan on Tuesday morning, but firefighters were able to extinguish it quickly, according to the New Canaan Advertiser.Fighters arrived on scene shortly before 3 a.m. Tuesday and found the small fire behind a wall in the basement using thermal imaging cameras, according to the New Canaan ...

  4. Families Of Victims Plead For Information On Norwalk Double Homicide

    Families Of Victims Plead For Information On Norwalk Double Homicide

    NORWALK, Conn. — More than six years after Bridgeport residents Rickita Smalls and Iroquois Alston were found shot to death in Norwalk, the families of the victims and police are still pleading that anyone with information about their murders come forward.Smalls, 22, and Alston, 27, were found dead in a car parked on Avenue B in Norwalk on Aug. 6, 2011. They had been shot to death by ...

  5. Light Snow Could Mix With Rain Today Ahead Of Cool Week In Stamford

    Light Snow Could Mix With Rain Today Ahead Of Cool Week In Stamford

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Some light snow could mix in with rain on Monday morning in Fairfield County, ahead of what is expected to be a cool and mostly dry week in the region.After a chance of snow mixing in the morning, all precipitation is expected to be light rain this afternoon, eventually tapering off later in the day, according to the National Weather Service. The rest of the ...

  6. Local Historians Explore Mark Twain's Connections To Norwalk

    Local Historians Explore Mark Twain's Connections To Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- How is Mark Twain connected to Norwalk? Join Norwalk historians Madeleine and Ed Eckert to discover the connection during a lively lecture at the Norwalk Historical Society Museum.“Norwalk & Mark Twain: Being Some Interesting Connections Between the City of Norwalk & Mark Twain” will be held on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. at the Norwalk Historical Society ...

  7. Trio Of Exhibits Explores The History Of Norwalk's Fodor Farm

    Trio Of Exhibits Explores The History Of Norwalk's Fodor Farm

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Historical Commission and the Norwalk Historical Society will unveil three exhibitions focused on Fodor Farm this month."The History of Fodor Farm," "Saving Fodor Farm" and "Fodor Farm through the Lens of Dan Lenore" will be unveiled on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Fodor Farm, located at 328 Flax Hill Road in ...

  8. Going Green: Tree Conservancy Leaves Its Mark Around Darien

    Going Green: Tree Conservancy Leaves Its Mark Around Darien

    DARIEN, Conn. -- Tree Conservancy of Darien planted 29 new trees and 12 shrubs last week at the Darien Police Station, veterans cemetery, the Darien Community Association and the Center Street north parking lot. The Growing Concern helped with the installation and donated four large Holly trees to the police station. Tree Conservancy of Darien is dedicated to preserving and enhancing ...

  9. 92-Year-Old Shelton Veteran Returns To The Sky Over Candlewood Lake

    92-Year-Old Shelton Veteran Returns To The Sky Over Candlewood Lake

    SHELTON, Conn. -- Paul Hurd, a 92-year old U.S. Army veteran, has always loved flying. During the war, he spent time in Italy, flying in helicopters and even jumping out of them.Now a resident of Crosby Commons Assisted Living in Shelton, Hurd often takes advantage of the different trips offered by the community. When visiting the Sikorsky Helicopter Museum, he took an interest in ...

  10. Just You Wait: Darien Historical Society Talks 'Hamilton'

    Just You Wait: Darien Historical Society Talks 'Hamilton'

    DARIEN, Conn. – New ways of thinking about America’s War for Independence will be the topic of a two-part series, "Revolutionary Perspectives," at the Darien Historical Society in November.The first talk, entitled "Alexander Hamilton: The Man, the Myth & The Musical," will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. The smash-hit Broadway musical is changing the ...

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