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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. Oh Deer: Buck Forges Westchester Waterway In Time For The Holidays

    Oh Deer: Buck Forges Westchester Waterway In Time For The Holidays

    Deer are on their annual mating runs through Westchester, and a channel in Mamaroneck Harbor near Long Island Sound is no exception.Diane Eglauf of Mamaroneck captured a photo of one buck forging the channel at about 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 21.She lives in a building on the Sound."Evidently the deer haven’t been seen doing this in quite awhile," Eglauf told Daily Voice. ...

  2. Tarrytown Tops Ossining For Westchester Youth Football League Championship

    Tarrytown Tops Ossining For Westchester Youth Football League Championship

    The undefeated Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow JuniorHorsemen defended their 2016 title on Sunday by winning a second consecutive Westchester Youth Football League championship game.The Junior Horsemen, 9-0 this season, trounced Ossining, 32-12 for Sunday's victory.The Westchester Youth Football League is made up of teams from 15 local communities.The youth football team from Tarrytown ...

  3. Cuomo Talks Turkey, Distributing Food For 32,000 Hungry New Yorkers

    Cuomo Talks Turkey, Distributing Food For 32,000 Hungry New Yorkers

    Just in time for Thanksgiving, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Monday that New York state is partnering with Walmart, Wegmans, FreshDirect and The Coca-Cola Co. this week to deliver meals to feed more than 32,000 people statewide."New Yorkers have a long and proud history of helping neighbors in need, and Thanksgiving provides a special opportunity to give back and reflect on ...

  4. Lowey Details Support For Mothballing Indian Point Nuclear Power Plants

    Lowey Details Support For Mothballing Indian Point Nuclear Power Plants

    U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey on Monday detailed what she will do to make sure the Indian Point nuclear power plants in Buchanan can be shut down permanently while keeping the public safe and economically secure.Lowey, a Harrison Democrat who represents Rockland and Westchester counties,  held a news conference in Buchanan  to announce three bills that she introduced last week related to ...

  5. Barbara L. Strandburg, 95, Formerly Of Pound Ridge

    Barbara L. Strandburg, 95, Formerly Of Pound Ridge

    Barbara Lois Conroy Strandburg, 95, formerly of Pound Ridge, died peacefully at her home in Macon, Ga., on Saturday, Nov. 18.Mrs. Strandburg was born on July 1, 1922, in Warren, Pa., to Harry and Mary Stillwell Conroy. After graduating from Warren High School, she earned her Registered Nursing certificate from the W.C.A. Hospital of Nursing in Jamestown, N.Y., before marrying her ...

  6. Latimer Transition Team Meets To Discuss Westchester County Strategies

    Latimer Transition Team Meets To Discuss Westchester County Strategies

    More than 75 community and government leaders from across Westchester met Sunday in Port Chester with County Executive-elect George Latimer to set the tone for his transition to office in January.Latimer, a Rye Democrat, defeated two-term incumbent Republican Rob Astorino in the Nov. 7 election. Transition team co-chairs Ken Jenkins, a county legislator from Yonkers, and John Nonna, ...

  7. Westchester County Police Name Latest 'Officer Of Month'

    Westchester County Police Name Latest 'Officer Of Month'

    James Rosselli has been named Officer of the Month by the Westchester County Police Department.Police Officer James Rosselli was recognized for a variety of arrests and investigations, including his apprehension of a suspect who had fled from police in Newburgh after a failed check-cashing scam at a bank there. Rosselli recognized the suspect's vehicle from a description that had been ...

  8. White Plains Hospital Celebrates Six-Story Expansion

    White Plains Hospital Celebrates Six-Story Expansion

    Hundreds of White Plains Hospital leaders, doctors, nurses, construction managers and public officials celebrated completion of an addition that now extends six stories high.The hospital unveiled its 20,300-square-foot Central Clinical Services facility during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the renovated third floor of the hospital. Visitors then toured newly-constructed fourth through ...

  9. Yonkers House Fire Brought Under Control

    Yonkers House Fire Brought Under Control

    Yonkers Fire Department requested "all hands" respond to a house fire Monday afternoon, but quickly brought the blaze under control.The two-story house fire at 18 Arbor St. was reported at 4:19 p.m.It was reported fully under control less than 40 minutes later.

  10. Yorktown HS Football Team Makes First State Final Since 1995

    Yorktown HS Football Team Makes First State Final Since 1995

    Yorktown High School's football team defeated Burnt Hills, 34-19, in the Class A semifinal game at Middletown High School on Frida,y Nov. 17 to advance to the state championship game.The final, against Section 6 champion, West Seneca West is set for 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 24 at Syracuse University's Carrier Dome.The Huskers last made the state final in 1995. Yorktown last won a ...

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