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Reporter/Photographer covering Putnam & Dutchess Counties spearlman@dailyvoice.com

Skip Pearlman is an award-winning photojournalist who has been photographing and covering news, sports and features in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties for three decades, and currently resides in Dutchess County.

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  1. Tappan Zee Bridge Project Making Strides, On Track For 2018 Opening

    Tappan Zee Bridge Project Making Strides, On Track For 2018 Opening

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - Construction on the new Tappan Zee Bridge continues to move along, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announcing another milestone, with the topping off of the eight main span towers.The new bridge is on track to open in 2018 (with the completion of the westbound span expected in 2017), with 90% of the support structures installed. To date, 3,000 roadway panels ...

  2. Area Residents Enjoy First Weekend On Slopes At Thunder Ridge

    Area Residents Enjoy First Weekend On Slopes At Thunder Ridge

    PATTERSON, N.Y. - Thanks to cold weather, snow making and a nice topping of the real stuff, Patterson's Thunder Ridge Ski Area opened for the first time this season on Friday, and had a good crowd skiing the mountain Saturday."The skiing is good, there's a lot of snow, and not too much wind," Yuling An, of Yorktown, skiing with her family, told Daily Voice. "It's not too ...

  3. Hudson Valley Wildlife Photographer Rescues Starving Snowy Owl

    Hudson Valley Wildlife Photographer Rescues Starving Snowy Owl

    Wildlife photographer Anwar Alomaisi is becoming a bit of a social media folk hero.The Peekskill native, who currently resides in Elmsford, has developed quite a following on Facebook, thanks to his stunning photos of eagles, hawks, owls, and other birds and wildlife.Sometimes, when Alomaisi encounters an animal that doesn't look right, he tries to help.Alomaisi came across a Snowy Owl ...

  4. Hudson Valley Hero Teen Receives State's Highest Honor

    Hudson Valley Hero Teen Receives State's Highest Honor

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. - A reunion of the very best kind took place Wednesday evening inside Carmel's Town Hall in Mahopac.Mahopac 19-year-old Cullen Malzo - who pulled two teenage girls from a car wreck in the waters of Lake Mahopac on Nov. 10 - was reunited with the girls and honored for his brave actions in front of local and state officials in an emotional ceremony, as the rescued girls and ...

  5. The Wait Is Over: Somers Football Team Headed To First State Title Game

    The Wait Is Over: Somers Football Team Headed To First State Title Game

    KINGSTON, N.Y. - The Somers High football team earned its first-ever state tournament victory just a few weeks ago, and with a dramatic 48-24 win over Section 2's Burnt Hills in Friday night's NYS semifinal at Dietz Stadium, the Tuskers will be playing in a state championship game for the first time in their history.Somers, which outscored the Spartans 27-7 in the fourth quarter, earned ...

  6. Cloudy Skies Spoil Supermoon Party In Hudson Valley, But Don't Give Up Yet

    Cloudy Skies Spoil Supermoon Party In Hudson Valley, But Don't Give Up Yet

    Mother Nature has some sense of humor. On the night when the moon was closer to Earth than it has been in the last 68 years - or will be again until 2034 - area skies were filled with clouds ranging from light to heavy enough to completely block Monday night's impressive moon.Daily Voice managed to get a quick capture (see gallery) as it rose from the horizon over Poughkeepsie, before ...

  7. Meteor Shower, Closest Supermoon In 68 Years To Light Rockland Skies

    Meteor Shower, Closest Supermoon In 68 Years To Light Rockland Skies

    The next few days could hold many thrills for those who turn their attention to the night skies.The largest supermoon since 1948 will be making an appearance Sunday and Monday and the Leonid Meteor shower is due to reach its peak during the early hours of Thursday.The meteor show will be dulled a bit due to it coming just three days after this rare and large supermoon - so the sky will ...

  8. Get Your Cameras Ready, Rockland, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Get Your Cameras Ready, Rockland, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Expect to see a 'Supermoon' of epic proportions this month, on the eve of Monday, Nov. 14 to be exact, with the full moon appearing to be the largest seen in skies since 1948.The month will also bring meteor displays, and planets aligning in dazzling fashion. But the most impressive will be the largest "supermoon" seen in nearly seven decades.The second of three 'supermoons' ...

  9. Business Leaders Gather To Hear Lt. Gov. Hochul At RBA Annual Dinner

    Business Leaders Gather To Hear Lt. Gov. Hochul At RBA Annual Dinner

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Business leaders, movers and shakers gathered Thursday evening at the Paramount Country Club in New City for the Rockland Business Association's Annual Dinner.This year's featured celebrity guest speaker was Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, who was welcomed by County Executive Ed Day, RBA President Al Samuels, RBA incoming Chair Debra Boening and others.The event also recognized ...

  10. Dobbs Ferry Wins Thriller Over Woodlands For Class C Football Title

    Dobbs Ferry Wins Thriller Over Woodlands For Class C Football Title

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- Dobbs Ferry High's football team was running clock, on its way to a title Friday night facing top-seeded Woodlands in the Class C championship game at Mahopac High School, when a hiccup - in the form of a fumble - almost cost the Eagles dearly. But Dobbs Ferry's Jack Capuano forced another fumble moments later, which sealed a 21-14 victory, giving the Eagles their ...

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