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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.

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  1. New York Highways Rank Among Worst In Nation

    New York Highways Rank Among Worst In Nation

    New York highways rank among the bottom six states in the country in overall performance and cost-effectiveness, according to a new report released by a libertarian think tank. The Reason Foundation published its 23rd Annual Highway Report, released on Thursday here.New York's neighboring states did not fare much better in the survey. Massachusetts ranked 44th worst, Connecticut was ...

  2. Beware Of 'Secret Shopper' Scam In Westchester

    Beware Of 'Secret Shopper' Scam In Westchester

    A Westchester resident reported that she was the victim of a "Secret Shopper" scam. The scam began with an email asking if she was interested in the Secret Shopper Program, according to Mount Pleasant police. After agreeing, a U.S. Postal Order arrived in the mail which she then deposited. The victim sent money to a third party using a Walmart Money transfer. Police advised, ...

  3. Cuomo Proposes $55B Tunnel Linking Westchester's Sound Shore To Long Island

    Cuomo Proposes $55B Tunnel Linking Westchester's Sound Shore To Long Island

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is forging ahead with a plan to build a tunnel between Westchester County and the north shore of Long Island.The main question circulating is exactly where would the tunnel connect along Westchester's northern Sound Shore, which includes the communities of Port Chester, Rye and Mamaroneck. A new Long Sound crossing has been considered on the Island since 1938 ...

  4. Seen Him? Alert Issued For Missing Area 24-Year-Old

    Seen Him? Alert Issued For Missing Area 24-Year-Old

    Have you seen him?New Milford Police Department has requested assistance in locating 24-year-old Richard Delisle. Delisle is described as white with brown eyes and brown hair. He is about 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black jacket with a furry hood. If you or anyone you know has information that can help the New Milford Police Department you are ...

  5. Prime Vacant Office Space Soars To 62 Percent In Northern Westchester

    Prime Vacant Office Space Soars To 62 Percent In Northern Westchester

    According to the latest quarterly report by JLL, the vacancy rate for office space has hit 62 percent in Northern Westchester, more than three times higher than submarkets in southern Westchester, which have a combined vacancy rate of approximately 20 percent. JLL's research from the third quarter of 2017 also founds rents are down in general and that countywide, the vacancy rate is ...

  6. Westchester Locale Among Top 100 Places To Live In New National Ranking

    Westchester Locale Among Top 100 Places To Live In New National Ranking

    It's no surprise to Mayor Tom Roach and others living or working in and around White Plains that the hip-hop city and Westchester County's seat of government made the latest Top 100 ranking of best places to live in the United States.The up-and-coming metropolis -- best known for its shopping, major corporate presence (Heineken USA is headquartered there), downtown farmer's market, fine ...

  7. Mount Kisco Eyes Zoning Change To Make Way For New ShopRite

    Mount Kisco Eyes Zoning Change To Make Way For New ShopRite

    The Mount Kisco Village Board agreed last week to draft a zoning text change that would allow a ShopRite supermarket to be constructed in the Diamond Properties complex on North Bedford Road, according to this report by The Examiner News. Prior news coverage by Daily Voice can be found by clicking here.Village officials expressed support for the project would see the supermarket open at ...

  8. White Plains Officer Comes To Aid Of Citizen In Need Amid Storm

    White Plains Officer Comes To Aid Of Citizen In Need Amid Storm

    During this treacherous winter day, White Plains Police Officer Ahmed Danso-Faried observed an elderly resident having trouble walking up a slippery hill. On Wednesday, Feb. 7, Danso-Faried stopped his patrol car and assists the resident into their apartment building.Most area residents were having trouble navigating the snow, sleet, slush and freezing rain -- prompting many schools to ...

  9. It's Killian Against Mayer In Special Election For Latimer's Senate Seat

    It's Killian Against Mayer In Special Election For Latimer's Senate Seat

    Former Rye councilwoman Julie Killian will make a second attempt at the 37th District Senate seat vacated by George Latimer when he became Westchester County executive.Killian, who ran an unsuccessful challenge to Latimer in 2016 will face Democratic Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer of Yonkers during a special election on April 24.Republican Party members chose Killian, who served six years ...

  10. Hudson Valley Man Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Twice, Police Say

    Hudson Valley Man Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Twice, Police Say

    A 25-year-old man from the Hudson Valley has been charged in connection with raping a 13-year-old girl, according to state police.On Jan. 28, New York State Police from the Pine Plains barracks and the Rhinebeck Bureau of Criminal Investigation arrested Bryan C. McGarry of Clinton for two counts of rape in the second degree, a Class D felony.McGarry was arrested for having sexual ...

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