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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. Weekend Detours Set For Road Project In Stamford Near I-95

    Weekend Detours Set For Road Project In Stamford Near I-95

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Construction on the Interstate 95 northbound Exit 8 ramp and surrounding areas in Stamford will create detours on Saturday, June 3. To accommodate the space required for the erection cranes, South State Street will be closed between Guernsey Avenue and Canal Street. Atlantic Street will be closed between North State Street and Dock Street. The northbound Exit 8 ramp ...

  2. Greenwich Police Charge Man With Forgery In Cos Cob

    Greenwich Police Charge Man With Forgery In Cos Cob

    COS COB, Conn. – Greenwich Police arrested a man who is wanted on charges of using a stolen and forged check to get his car out of impound, according to Greenwich Time. Akeem Ali, 22, was pulled over on Interstate 95 on Sunday. He was detained after officials discovered the active warrant, Greenwich Time reported.Click here to read the Greenwich Time article. 

  3. Stamford's Run Of Rainy Weather Could Linger Until Mid-June

    Stamford's Run Of Rainy Weather Could Linger Until Mid-June

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Memorial Day may have marked the unofficial start to summer, but steady rain and near-constant cloud cover have left Fairfield County residents wondering: What happened to the sun and when will summer finally arrive?Unfortunately, long-range predictions suggest the unsettled, soggy weather pattern will persist into the first few weeks in June, according to ...

  4. Staples High Senior Starts Charity To Help Girls In Orphanage In Greece

    Staples High Senior Starts Charity To Help Girls In Orphanage In Greece

    WESTPORT, Conn.  – For most high school kids, a trip to Greece means a visit to the Acropolis and perhaps a swim in the Mediterranean. This isn't the case for Staples High senior Kristina Wasserman and her sister, Lauren. Instead, the two Wasserman girls and their parents spend their time in Greece by helping out an all-girls orphanage just outside of Athens. "My mother is Greek, ...

  5. Buy Your Own Village: Wilton's Historic Cannondale Is For Sale For $6.8M

    Buy Your Own Village: Wilton's Historic Cannondale Is For Sale For $6.8M

    WILTON, Conn. – Looking to own a piece of Wilton history? The entire Historic Cannondale Village can be yours for just over $6.8 million. The village includes:The Waterfront estate and carriage houseOld train station, post office and annexCannondale General StoreYellow BarnOld schoolhouseThe plot also includes 8 acres of land reserve that can be developed. Click here to view the ...

  6. Graduation Makes For A Busy Season For Monroe Frame Company

    Graduation Makes For A Busy Season For Monroe Frame Company

    MONROE, Conn. – As the school year winds down, things are just ramping up for Lucie Voves and Church Hill Classics, a Monroe-based custom framing company. Voves founded Church Hill Classics out of her basement in Newtown in 1991. Today, her company operates out of a 47,000-square-foot facility in Monroe. She also employs 100 workers. “Lucie has been creating Connecticut jobs and ...

  7. Sikorsky To Provide Refurbished Black Hawk Helicopters To Afghanistan

    Sikorsky To Provide Refurbished Black Hawk Helicopters To Afghanistan

    STRATFORD, Conn – Stratford's Sikorsky will give 159 refurbished Black Hawk helicopters to Afghanistan's special forces in an effort to bolster the country's air force, according to the Military Times. The 159 units will be delivered over four years with the first batch to arrive in 21 months, the Military Times said. Once the delivery is complete, it will nearly double the compliment ...

  8. Historic West Redding Compound Offers Enough Acreage For A Polo Field

    Historic West Redding Compound Offers Enough Acreage For A Polo Field

    REDDING, Conn. — Looking for a large open space for your horses? This large equestrian compound in Redding just had its price reduced by $1 million.The 49 acre plot includes the 1740's Cut Granite Block Main house, 2 Guest houses, 11, 000 square foot Cedar Barn, 20, 000 square foot Insulated Clear Span Arena & fully approved 12 Lot Subdivision.The compound has been on the market for ...

  9. Stamford Man Ready To Scale Mt. Fuji To Support Cancer Research

    Stamford Man Ready To Scale Mt. Fuji To Support Cancer Research

    STAMFORD, Conn. – It's common practice to use the metaphor of climbing a mountain when describing a person's battle with cancer. Stamford resident Paul Bassett, who lost his mother to pancreatic cancer, is making that metaphor a very literal mission as he is set to scale Japan's Mount Fuji in July. Bassett hopes to raise $5,000 for Norwalk's Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.Multiple ...

  10. Price Drops On Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home In New Canaan

    Price Drops On Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home In New Canaan

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Anyone can own a home, but owning a work of art is a rarity. Tirranna, a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed New Canaan home, is on the market for $7.2 million. The estate sits on nearly 15 acres and has seven bedrooms to go with eight full bathrooms spread over 6,917 square feet. It is only one of two homes designed by Wright in Connecticut. The home also features a rooftop ...

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