Kaitlin Gallagher

Recent Fordham University Graduate- All articles written or contributed to by Kaitlin Gallagher

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My name is Kaitlin Gallagher, and I been published by various news organizations and write for company blogs, as well as contributed to public affairs shows and specials as a Production and Operations Intern. As a recent graduate of Fordham University. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Journalism and a Political Science minor. All articles have been written by me, aside from "Billy Joel" for which I was a contributing writer.

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Long Island News from the Long Island Press
07/31/2015
How Will New Diploma Rules Affect Long Island Special Education Students, Graduation Rates?

Editor's Note: James DeLorenzo, assistant commissioner at the New York State Education Department's Office of Special Education, responded post-publication to multiple Press requests made to the department for clarification about specific points of its new diploma rules during the reporting of this story. His Letter To The Editor is published below in full.

Long Island News from the Long Island Press
06/02/2015
Fish, Turtle Die-offs Spark Concerns on East End

Thousands of dead bunker fish were found on the shores of Flanders Bay last weekend, two weeks after hundreds of diamondback turtles washed up dead nearby, raising serious environmental concerns on the East End.

Long Island News from the Long Island Press
06/23/2015
Great Neck Lawyer Admits Stealing $800K from Clients

An elder law attorney from Great Neck has admitted to stealing $797,332 from her clients-five times the amount that authorities said she stole when she was arrested nearly two years ago. Martha Brosius, 50, pleaded guilty Monday at Nassau County court to two counts of grand larceny and a charge of scheme to defraud.

Long Island News from the Long Island Press
07/01/2015
Hempstead Driver Shot, Crashes Into Kids, Dies

FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditPrintE-mail A 45-year-old man died after being shot while driving in his hometown of Hempstead and then crashing into the bleachers at a middle school, hitting three boys, Nassau County police said. Jonathan Wade was driving a Lexus westbound on Albermarle Road when he witnessed a group of young people causing a disturbance on his mother's [...]

Long Island News from the Long Island Press
08/04/2015
Thousands Blacked Out After Powerful Storm Hits Long Island

A powerful storm caused power outages to more than 74,000 homes and businesses in northern Suffolk County early Tuesday morning-some of which will remain in the dark for days, officials said. Although the majority of those who lost power have had it restored, about 20,000 remained blacked out at sundown Tuesday with about half of those still expected to be without power Wednesday, according to PSEG Long Island.

Long Island News from the Long Island Press
07/22/2015
Long Beach Police to Get Shotspotter Technology

Long Beach city police officers will soon be responding more quickly to shootings thanks to ShotSpotter, a sophisticated gunshot detection system being deployed amid rising concerns about shootings on the barrier island. Nassau County Legis. Denise Ford (R-Long Beach) secured $500,000 to fund the technology, which uses acoustic sensors and software to pinpoint the location of gunfire within milliseconds of the shot going off.

Kaargo
10/13/2015
Kaargo | Somebody's already going there...

We've all heard of or seen the shows and classic movies that bring zombies to life in more ways than one! With Halloween on the way, it leaves us wondering: What would happen if there actually was a zombie apocalypse? Some people may laugh at the thought, but the reality is that there have been [...]

ABC7 New York
04/17/2016
Protect Our Children: Coping, Stress, & Moving Forward

"Protect Our Children: Coping, Stress and Moving Forward" describes what experts are referring to as an epidemic of stress-related problems plaguing our children. It's not easy being a kid these days and the American Psychological Association says one in three teens is stressed. Doctors report they are treating kids as young as six for Migraines & Ulcers.

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