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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. Man Rescued From Greenwich Home After Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Man Rescued From Greenwich Home After Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A man was rescued from a home on Old Kings Highway in Greenwich on Saturday after a carbon monoxide exposure, according to Greenwich Time.Police and firefighters responded to the home on Saturday on a report of an alarm and an unconscious male, Greenwich Time reported. Fumes were believed to be coming from a car in the garage, according to Greenwich Time. The first ...

  2. Norwalk Fire Officials Offer High Wind Safety Tips In Advance Of Jose

    Norwalk Fire Officials Offer High Wind Safety Tips In Advance Of Jose

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Much of southern Connecticut remains under a Tropical Storm watch as Hurricane Jose continues to make its way north, and Norwalk fire officials are warning residents to take steps to keep themselves safe in the event of strong winds.Winds could increase out of the northeast on Tuesday morning, and coastal Connecticut locations can expect winds of 20 to 25 mph, with ...

  3. Stamford Woman, 31, Killed In Sunday Morning Crash On The Merritt

    Stamford Woman, 31, Killed In Sunday Morning Crash On The Merritt

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- A 31-year-old Stamford woman was killed when her car went off the road while traveling on the Merritt in Stamford on Sunday morning.Bianca Diaz of Stamford was driving a 1997 Honda northbound on Route 15 between exits 35 and 36 in Stamford at around 9 a.m. Sunday when she lost control of her vehicle for unknown reasons, state police said. Her car traveled across the ...

  4. Tropical Storm Watch Issued For Southern Fairfield County Ahead of Jose

    Tropical Storm Watch Issued For Southern Fairfield County Ahead of Jose

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for southern Fairfield County ahead of Hurricane Jose, which is expected to pass the area Tuesday night into Wednesday and bring with it the potential for tropical storm force winds, coastal flooding, and heavy rainfall.As of Monday morning, Jose is about 550 miles south-south east of New York City, moving north at about 9 ...

  5. Westport To Remove "No Turn On Red" Signs From Two Intersections

    Westport To Remove "No Turn On Red" Signs From Two Intersections

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- The town of Westport will remove "No Turn on Red" signs from two intersections after receiving preliminary approval from the state.The signs will be removed from the intersection where Main Street meets Myrtle Avenue and Kings Highway North, as well as the intersection where Main Street meets Avery Place and Parker Harding Plaza. The Board of Selectmen's ...

  6. Community Rallies To Help Darien VFW Commander Hit By Car In Bridgeport

    Community Rallies To Help Darien VFW Commander Hit By Car In Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Darien VFW Commander Lenny Hunter was working as a school crossing guard in Bridgeport on Tuesday when he was hit by a car, resulting in two broken legs and a fractured skull.The incident happened at around 8:12 a.m., when a woman dropping off her child at nearby Geraldine Johnson Elementary School told police that she "blacked out," jumped a curb and hit ...

  7. Trumbull Cops: Monroe Woman's Lie About Being Held Hostage Led To Standoff

    Trumbull Cops: Monroe Woman's Lie About Being Held Hostage Led To Standoff

    TRUMBULL, Conn. -- A Monroe woman was charged with falsely claiming that she had been taken hostage by her boyfriend, leading police to an hours-long standoff at the Royce Complex on Old Town Road in Trumbull this week.Police received a report at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday from a woman who claimed that she was being held against her will by her boyfriend, who had a weapon, police said. ...

  8. 'Rough Landing' For Sea Plane Into Candlewood Lake In Sherman

    'Rough Landing' For Sea Plane Into Candlewood Lake In Sherman

    SHERMAN, Conn. — A seaplane had a "rough landing' into Candlewood Lake in Sherman on Friday.Nobody was injured in the incident, state police said on Twitter. State police troopers were assisting the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection at the scene after the plane's rough landing.The plane landed on the water near the Sherman/New Fairfield border before 4 p.m. and ...

  9. Greenwich Town Employee Charged With Stealing Petty Cash

    Greenwich Town Employee Charged With Stealing Petty Cash

    GREENWICH, Conn. — An employee of the Greenwich Department of Human Services was charged with stealing petty cash from town hall, according to media reports.Police told Greenwich Time that town employees noticed a shortfall in the department's finances in July. Officers determined that 49-year-old Martha Reyes of the Bronx had taken more than $2,000 from a petty cash account, according ...

  10. All Clear After Fire Alarm Goes Off At Brien McMahon High School

    All Clear After Fire Alarm Goes Off At Brien McMahon High School

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The fire alarm went off at Brien McMahon High School on Friday afternoon due to a malfunction.The alarm went off after school, bringing fire trucks to the school and briefly disrupting after school programs. The issue was traced back to a malfunction in a smoke detector, which the facilities department will fix, the school district said. All programs were quickly back ...

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