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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. Con Ed Says Explosion Investigation Could Take Three Weeks

    Con Ed Says Explosion Investigation Could Take Three Weeks

    WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Investigations into what caused the deadly explosion in Harlem Wednesday could take up to three weeks, according to Con Edison. Crews from Con Ed are currently on the scene working with Fire Department officials and other government agencies to find out what caused the explosion that leveled two buildings and left eight people dead and several others still missing. ...

  2. Metro-North Trains Running Smoothly After Harlem Explosion

    Metro-North Trains Running Smoothly After Harlem Explosion

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Service on Metro-North has not suffered many residual effects Thursday as a result of the explosion in Harlem Wednesday morning. The explosion that killed seven people occurred adjacent to tracks along Park Avenue at 116th Street, knocking debris onto the tracks and shutting down all service into and out of Grand Central Terminal. Metro-North crews were able ...

  3. Con Ed Continues To Investigate Harlem Explosion

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Con Edison crews are continuing to investigate the explosion in Harlem Wednesday morning that killed two people and injured at least 18 more. About 75 Con Ed personnel are on site, working closely with fire officials and emergency services to make sure the area is safe and determine the exact cause of the explosion, according to Con Ed. All electric and gas ...

  4. Metro-North Restores All Service To Grand Central After Explosion

    Metro-North Restores All Service To Grand Central After Explosion

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Metro-North has restored all service to and from Grand Central Terminal following the explosion Wednesday morning in Harlem. Service had been suspended after the explosion collapsed a building right next to Metro-North tracks running above Park Avenue. Limited service was restored to the New Haven and Harlem Lines earlier Wednesday afternoon, and now service ...

  5. Metro-North Restores Some Service; NTSB Launches Probe

    Metro-North Restores Some Service; NTSB Launches Probe

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Metro-North is restoring some service to the New Haven and Harlem Lines Wednesday afternoon after an explosion in Harlem caused service to be shut down. There will be limited service from Grand Central Terminal on both lines. Customers who use the Hudson Line should take the B, D or 4 subways to 161st Street and walk to Metro-North's Yankees - East 153rd ...

  6. Con Ed: Gas Odor Reported Right Before Harlem Explosion

    Con Ed: Gas Odor Reported Right Before Harlem Explosion

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Con Edison crews were responding to reports of a gas odor prior to the explosion that collapsed a building in Harlem Wednesday morning. Con Ed Tweeted that it received a report of a gas odor at 1652 Park Avenue from a resident at 9:13 a.m. Two crews were dispatched at 9:15 a.m. and arrived on the scene shortly before the explosion reported around 9:40 ...

  7. Metro-North Announces Alternate Service Plan After Explosion

    Metro-North Announces Alternate Service Plan After Explosion

    WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Metro-North has announced alternate service plans following the explosion in Harlem on Wednesday morning. Trains are running in Connecticut and in Westchester County on the New Haven, Harlem and Hudson Lines. But service ends in the Bronx. Customers traveling to New York City will be taken to stations in the Bronx where they can transfer to the subway to travel to ...

  8. Investigation Continues Into Death Of Yonkers MTA Worker Struck By Train

    Investigation Continues Into Death Of Yonkers MTA Worker Struck By Train

    YONKERS, N.Y. -- The investigation continues into the death of the MTA worker from Yonkers who was killed Monday when struck by a train in Harlem. James Romansoff, 58, was struck by a passenger train at 12:54 a.m. Monday while working near 106th Street on the Park Avenue viaduct, according to Metro-North. He was part of a crew restoring power to tracks that had been closed for weekend ...

  9. Winter Weather Could Last In Mount Pleasant Through April

    Winter Weather Could Last In Mount Pleasant Through April

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Though Westchester County and Fairfield County did not get the foot of snow predicted to hit late Sunday, they could continue to see cold temperatures and possibly snow into April. A couple of factors kept the snowstorm from hitting our area as predicted. The storm was forecast to hit the West Coast, travel across the country and drop snow on the East Coast. ...

  10. Kerry Kennedy 'Grateful Justice Was Done' Following Acquittal

    Kerry Kennedy 'Grateful Justice Was Done' Following Acquittal

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- There were hugs, smiles and applause among Kerry Kennedy's family and friends following her acquittal in White Plains Friday morning. After a week-long trial, the six-person jury deliberated for about 40 minutes before delivering a "not guilty" verdict for the charge of driving while ability impaired by drugs. The charges stemmed from Kennedy's July 2012 arrest in ...

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