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Jon Craig

Special Editor joncraigny@aol.com

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. Moscow On The Hudson? Cuomo Fears Russian Interference In Governor's Race

    Moscow On The Hudson? Cuomo Fears Russian Interference In Governor's Race

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New Castle said he fears Russian hackers may try to interfere in his re-election this year, according to multiple news reports.“I don’t think the Russians said we’re only going to interfere in federal elections,” Cuomo told reporters. “I think part of the goal is just to wreak havoc.”He discussed the potential for hacking the governor’s race during a conference call ...

  2. Benjamin Florer, 58, Port Chester Librarian, Dies After Flu Complications

    Benjamin Florer, 58, Port Chester Librarian, Dies After Flu Complications

    Westchester native and Orange County high school graduate Benjamin Johnathan Florer – a devoted son, brother and uncle, a good friend to many, and a librarian and scholar – died peacefully on March 7 at his home in White Plains from complications related to the flu. Ben, as he was known to his friends and family members, was born Jan. 19, 1960 in Yonkers.He attended St. Hilda’s and St. ...

  3. New Goldman Sachs Chief Born, Raised In Hudson Valley

    New Goldman Sachs Chief Born, Raised In Hudson Valley

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said on Monday that Harvey M. Schwartz is retiring, according to this article in The New York Times, likely clearing the path for David M. Solomon, fellow president and co-chief operating officer to become the Wall Street firm’s next chief executive.Solomon was born and raised in Hartsdale.Solomon is a member of the Goldman Sachs Management Committee and ...

  4. Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter: Part 3

    Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter: Part 3

    How Much Snow Did You Get? A Look At Totals From The AreaThe response has been so overwhelmingly positive that Daily Voice is posting a third round of winter storm photographs after the back-to-back Nor'easters. Daily Voice readers rallied during our second brutal Nor'easter in a week to send some photos -- mostly pretty -- of the storm. One Fairfield resident, vacationing down south, ...

  5. Molinaro Has Double The Backing Of Nearest GOP Rival In Governor's Race

    Molinaro Has Double The Backing Of Nearest GOP Rival In Governor's Race

    Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro has secured enough Republican Party support to win a gubernatorial slot on its ticket, and now has almost double the backing of his nearest rival in the contest for the GOP’s nomination, according to repots by Politico and others. Molinaro won support from the leaders of several large county Republican organizations when he told party officials as ...

  6. Ban On Plastic Bags, Fee For Carryout Bags Eyed For New York

    Ban On Plastic Bags, Fee For Carryout Bags Eyed For New York

    Paper or plastic? You may no longer get a choice if Gov. Andrew Cuomo bans plastic bags.“It’s clear that we need to address the real environmental concerns caused by the proliferation of plastic ‎bags, and a ban is one of the options we’re reviewing,” Cuomo spokesman Richard Azzopardi said.Not so fast, one state lawmaker told this New York Post in this article:“The first step is that ...

  7. Beware Of Winter Fire Risks: Tips From National Protection Specialists

    Beware Of Winter Fire Risks: Tips From National Protection Specialists

    Here are a few storm safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the U.S. Fire Administration:Heating, holiday decorations, winter storms and candles all contribute to an increased risk of fire during the winter months.HeatingHeating is the second leading cause of U.S. home fires, deaths and injuries.  Space heaters are the type of equipment most often involved ...

  8. Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter: Part 2

    Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter: Part 2

    How Much Snow Did You Get? A Look At Totals From The AreaNew Nor'easter Possible Next Week: Here Are Two ScenariosThe response has been so overwhelmingly positive that Daily Voice is posting a second round of winter storm photographs after the back-to-back Nor'easters. And we have even more to post ASAP.Daily Voice readers rallied during our second brutal Nor'easter in a week to send ...

  9. Lineup For Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Unveiled

    Lineup For Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Unveiled

    The Valley Table has unveiled the lineup for the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week that starts Monday, March 12 and runs through March 25, just after the start of spring. Participating restaurants will showcase their best dishes via three-course, prix-fixe lunch ($22.95) and dinner ($32.95) menus.Spanning 115 miles, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week encompasses restaurants from seven ...

  10. Picture This: Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter

    Picture This: Daily Voice Readers' Photos Of Biggest Storm Of Winter

    How Much Snow Did You Get? A Look At Totals From The AreaNew Nor'easter Possible Next Week: Here Are Two ScenariosWhile the weather outside is frightful, this storm can be exhilarating, too, right?Daily Voice readers rallied during our second brutal Nor'easter in a week to send some photos -- mostly pretty -- of the storm. If you are still without power, or frustrated with the utility ...

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