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Pleasantville native Jon Craig is special editor for the Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange and Dutchess Daily Voice sites.Jon graduated from Cornell University and received his master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He's worked as a reporter for daily newspapers in New York and Ohio and as managing editor for weekly newspapers in Rye, White Plains and Harrison.

Jon Craig's Contributions

  1. Eastchester Welcomes New Police Academy Graduate

    Eastchester Welcomes New Police Academy Graduate

    Sixty police recruits graduated Friday, May 25 from the Westchester County Police Academy and have landed coveted law enforcement jobs at 16 police departments in Westchester and one in New York City.The new officers, who completed 20 weeks of training at the police academy in Valhalla, received their diplomas during a ceremony at Purchase College of the State University of New ...

  2. Latimer Calls For Action On Hutchinson River Parkway Bridge Strikes

    Latimer Calls For Action On Hutchinson River Parkway Bridge Strikes

    After yet another truck-bridge collision on the Hutchinson River Parkway at the King Street Bridge in Rye Brook, Westchester County Executive George Latimer has called on the state Department of Transportation, the Trucking Association of New York and Rye Brook Village Officials to come together and find a solution once and for all. The Rye Democrat said he is urgently calling for a ...

  3. Eastchester Resident Named To Westchester LGBTQ Advisory Board

    Eastchester Resident Named To Westchester LGBTQ Advisory Board

    County Executive George Latimer has announced the appointment of 14 members to the LGBTQ Advisory Board. Members of the Board who represent lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. “I am eager to get to work with the LGBTQ Board, to bring Westchester County up to speed on the issues that matter to the LGBTQ ...

  4. Rye Town Park Announces Its Summer Concert Series

    Rye Town Park Announces Its Summer Concert Series

    Rye Town Park is hosting a series of seven free concerts at the park’s south pavilion this summer. The concerts feature the music of high quality, local-area bands playing a wide range of popular music ideal for singing and/or dancing along.The concerts will be held on Tuesdays starting on June 19. Two rain dates have been set aside in case of severe thunderstorms. Concerts begin at ...

  5. Kerry Kennedy Talks In Westchester About New Book, 50 Years After RFK Death

    Kerry Kennedy Talks In Westchester About New Book, 50 Years After RFK Death

    Bedford Playhouse is welcoming Kerry Kennedy for a special screening and author event on Thursday, June 7, 50 years after the assassination of her father, Robert F. Kennedy.An audience Q&A, readings from her new book and the 1968 documentary about her father, "Robert Kennedy Remembered" -- filmed immediately after his assassination -- will all be part of this special ...

  6. Westchester Insurance Office Open To Public During 'Pop-Up' Art Gallery

    Westchester Insurance Office Open To Public During 'Pop-Up' Art Gallery

    The City of Peekskill opens its arms to art lovers this weekend, June 2 and 3. That’s when more than 100 local artists open their workspaces for free public viewing, at the 21st annual celebration of creativity known as Open Studios.Roshi Newman is a lifelong Peekskill artist who doesn’t have her own studio. What she does have is a son who happily serves as a de facto promoter of her ...

  7. Bill Clinton Hits Back As Sen. Gillibrand Says He Should Have Resigned

    Bill Clinton Hits Back As Sen. Gillibrand Says He Should Have Resigned

    It's a U.S. senator's most quoted talking point, and  Bill Clinton of Chappaqua is not happy about it. The former president will air his first public reaction this weekend.As reported by Daily Voice here in 2017, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, told The New York Times that former President Clinton should have stepped down after his affair with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky ...

  8. Maloney Moves Closer To Throwing Hat In Ring For State Attorney General

    Maloney Moves Closer To Throwing Hat In Ring For State Attorney General

    U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney has formed an exploratory committee to weigh a run for New York attorney general.The third-term Democratic congressman from Cold Spring expects to decide by June 6, according to multiple news reports.Maloney floated the notion of seeking the nomination shortly after Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned suddenly over a sex and battery abuse ...

  9. Trump Says He May Pardon Fellow Westchester Estate Owner Martha Stewart

    Trump Says He May Pardon Fellow Westchester Estate Owner Martha Stewart

    President Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that he is considering pardoning Martha Stewart and commuting former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's sentence.Both Trump and Stewart own sprawling multi-million dollar estates in Northern Westchester.Trump floated the idea of pardoning or commuting the sentences of the two former "Apprentice" series stars on May 31, just hours ...

  10. Free Yoga Classes Start Sunday: By The Beach? Thank This Westchester Park

    Free Yoga Classes Start Sunday: By The Beach? Thank This Westchester Park

    Namaste.What better way to spend Sunday mornings along the Sound Shore this summer. . . .Rye Town Park is offering free yoga classes from a professional instructor from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. every weekend, starting on June 3.Yoga sessions will be offered at 5 Dearborn Ave. in the City of Rye on the lawn near the Gazebo and "Cope" Sculpture Exhibit.While the yoga is free, donations ...

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