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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. NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is seeking permission for a $100 million mortgage on some of its Manhattan property to finance its compensation program for people sexually abused by priests, according to multiple news reports.Cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the creation of a reconciliation program for sexual abuse survivors in October. The Archdiocese said it would ...

  2. NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is seeking permission for a $100 million mortgage on some of its Manhattan property to finance its compensation program for people sexually abused by priests, according to multiple news reports.Cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the creation of a reconciliation program for sexual abuse survivors in October. The Archdiocese said it would ...

  3. 'Dissent Is Patriotic:' Activists Support Immigrants At Westchester Rally

    'Dissent Is Patriotic:' Activists Support Immigrants At Westchester Rally

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Shouting, “This is what democracy looks like!” and carrying signs proclaiming “Dissent is patriotic,” some 50 demonstrators protested President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration Monday during a lunch-hour rally in downtown White Plains.The rally, at the fountain in Renaissance Plaza was organized by Social Justice Mondays, a coalition of groups that ...

  4. Rockland Special Ed Teacher Accused Of Child Abuse Suspended

    Rockland Special Ed Teacher Accused Of Child Abuse Suspended

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- A 43-year-old special education teacher has been placed on administrative leave following her arrest on Thursday on charges she abused special education students enrolled in the North Rockland Central School District.Yessenia Vasquez, 43, of Garnerville, a special-education teacher in the district, was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of an ...

  5. Charges Against Former Schumer Aide Arrested In Rockland Dismissed

    Charges Against Former Schumer Aide Arrested In Rockland Dismissed

    Charges against the man arrested last May in Stony Point for possession of prescription pills and steroids were ultimately dismissed, according to legal documents. Cody Peluso, 32, of Carmel, was arrested and charged with three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance after he was found in possession of two pills of soboxone, one pill of alprazolam, and 200 anabolic ...

  6. Deadliest Metro-North Crash Claimed, Changed Lives, But Crossing Unchanged

    Deadliest Metro-North Crash Claimed, Changed Lives, But Crossing Unchanged

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Two years ago on Friday at a Westchester railroad crossing, a few fateful minutes changed the lives of hundreds of Metro-North commuters and ended with six people dead.Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino called it "a day we never want to deal with." Ellen Brody, 49, of Edgemont had left her job in Chappaqua before encountering a traffic jam along the ...

  7. Judy Garland's Remains Moved From Hudson Valley To Hollywood

    Judy Garland's Remains Moved From Hudson Valley To Hollywood

    HARTSDALE, N.Y. -- Another Hollywood celebrity has moved out of Westchester County, but not of her own accord.The remains of Judy Garland, most famous for her role as Dorothy in "Wizard of Oz," have been moved from a mausoleum at Ferncliff Cemetery -- where she had been entombed since 1969 -- to Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, according to multiple news accounts.Tuesday's ...

  8. Northwell Acquires Visiting Nurse Association Of Hudson Valley

    Northwell Acquires Visiting Nurse Association Of Hudson Valley

    The Visiting Nurse Association of Hudson Valley, a Tarrytown-based nonprofit serving Westchester and Putnam counties, has signed an agreement to be acquired by Northwell Health, pending state approval, according to a report by Crain’s Health Pulse.VNA of Hudson Valley's certified home health agency and hospice services would be taken over by North Shore Home Care Certified Home Health ...

  9. Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully

    Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A Sunday evening report of "shots fired" along Interstate-287 eastbound in White Plains ended peacefully near the Hutchison River Parkway in Rye Brook without incident or arrest.Rye Brook Police Chief Gregory Austin said the reported road rage incident that ended near King Street was exaggerated by media outlets who reported shots were being fired ...

  10. Cuomo Proposes New Trailway, Better Bridges In Hudson Valley State Of State

    Cuomo Proposes New Trailway, Better Bridges In Hudson Valley State Of State

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo dreamed big on Tuesday during his State of the State speech at SUNY Purchase. The resident of New Castle proposed a 750-mile trailway linking New York City to Buffalo, Albany and Canada. The $200 million statewide project includes $26 million this year in the mid-Hudson Valley region. "We want to do something that will be a legacy ...

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