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Jon Craig

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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. Heavenly Productions Foundation Honors Nearly 40 Youth Volunteers At Annual Dinner

    Heavenly Productions Foundation Honors Nearly 40 Youth Volunteers At Annual Dinner

    Heavenly Productions Foundation (HPF) Youth Volunteers hosted its Annual Youth Volunteer Appreciation Award Ceremony and Dinner on June 22 at DeCicco & Sons event space in Armonk.Each youth volunteer was recognized for his or her volunteer efforts and received a certificate of honor and personalized trophy.HPF honored the following Youth Volunteers: Mary Beirne, Tyler Cermele, ...

  2. Muscoot Farms Offers Dramatic Entertainment This Month

    Muscoot Farms Offers Dramatic Entertainment This Month

    If you missed last weekend's Shakespearean shows at Westchester County's Muscoot Farms -- don't fret.There are four more performances you can catch this week and next week. Muscoot Farms is hosting an event unlike any other in the farm’s history.Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the Farm’s fourth theatrical production in the last year, is taking stage on Sundays and Wednesdays.Directed by ...

  3. Route 9A, Former 'Movie Mecca,' Loses Another Cinema Complex

    Route 9A, Former 'Movie Mecca,' Loses Another Cinema Complex

    Route 9A, also known as Saw Mill River Road, was once a mecca of movie entertainment destinations in the towns of Greenburgh and Mount Pleasant.Are you too young to remember the very popular Elmsford Drive-in?Last year, the owner of the All Westchester Saw Mill Multiplex Cinemas in Hawthorne tore down its 10-screen theater at 151 Saw Mill River Road and replaced it with an Audi car ...

  4. Locals Split Over Proposed $70M Project In Area

    Locals Split Over Proposed $70M Project In Area

    Newburgh is considering a plan to build a $70 million waterfront development project, which would be the city's largest in decades. The mixed-use plan along the Hudson River includes dozens of apartments, affordable housing units as well as commercial space, according to Alembic Community Development Co.Project Manager Karuna Mehta presented the multi-million dollar to the Newburgh City ...

  5. Westchester Office Building Listed At $17.5M

    Westchester Office Building Listed At $17.5M

    A centrally located Westchester property with nearly 100,000 square feet of office space is up for sale for $17.5 million.The business property at 465 Columbus Ave. in Valhalla is more than 92 percent occupied with some high-profile public and private tenants -- including medical companies and state agencies.The offices were built in 1986 and extensively renovated in 2016. More details ...

  6. Local Man Wins Corvette Convertible Stingray At Resorts World Catskills

    Local Man Wins Corvette Convertible Stingray At Resorts World Catskills

    A Hudson Valley man drove off in a Corvette convertible worth more than $90,000 from Resorts World Catskills casino in Monticello.Ariel Pagala of Garnerville was chosen as the Grand Prize winner in the “Life in the Fast Lane” promotion and won the speedy 2018 Chevrolet Stingray.The list of grand prize winners continues to grow at Resorts World Catskills, New York’s newest commercial ...

  7. Twitter Storm: Upset Winner Ocasio-Cortez Spars With Defeated Incumbent

    Twitter Storm: Upset Winner Ocasio-Cortez Spars With Defeated Incumbent

    Progressive Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- a Yorktown High School graduate -- accused her former primary opponent U.S. Rep. Joe Crowley of mounting a third party challenge after her stunning upset of the powerful House Democrat in June.In this New York Time's article, a spokeswoman for Crowley said he would not run a third-party campaign:Asked about ...

  8. Pace University Criminal Justice Professor Wins Prestigious National Award

    Pace University Criminal Justice Professor Wins Prestigious National Award

    Pace University Criminal Justice Professor Kim Collica-Cox won a prestigious national Jefferson Award for outstanding public service.She was honored for her innovative animal-assisted therapy program which helps to heal mothers incarcerated at the Westchester County Jail in Valhalla.Developed in partnership with the county’s Department of Correction and non-profit Good Dog Foundation -- ...

  9. Plastic Bag Fee Could Be Coming To This Westchester Town

    Plastic Bag Fee Could Be Coming To This Westchester Town

    The Town of Mamaroneck is the latest municipality to propose restricting the use of plastic and paper bags to reduce environmental pollution.Five years ago, town officials drafted and then tabled, legislation that would have imposed a fee on any plastic or paper bags purchased within the Town of Mamaroneck's borders.The proposal stalled when the Food Industry Alliance of New York ...

  10. This Northern Westchester Village Proposes 'Gender Neutral' Bathrooms

    This Northern Westchester Village Proposes 'Gender Neutral' Bathrooms

    Is it progressive thinking, or a sign of the times? Ossining Mayor Victoria Gearity proposed that the Village of Ossining become the first community in the state to adopt "gender neutral" signage for all public restrooms. If the policy is approved, a single-occupant bathroom in Village Hall may be the first public government building in the region -- and possibly the state -- ...

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