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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. Fox Lane Art Teacher's Mural Of Hope Lifts A Community

    Fox Lane Art Teacher's Mural Of Hope Lifts A Community

    An art teacher from Fox Lane High School in Bedford is lifting the spirits of another community, Danbury, where she resides.Amy Salerno recently completed The Dorothy Day Mural of Hope which aims to feed the soul of those in need while honoring the dignity of all people. The mural was created in the dining room of the Dorothy Day Hospitality House in Danbury.The Dorothy Day Hospital ...

  2. Cuomo Campaign Is Trying To Get This Molinaro TV Ad Pulled, Report Says

    Cuomo Campaign Is Trying To Get This Molinaro TV Ad Pulled, Report Says

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign has filed a cease-and-desist letter to television stations trying to have his Republican challenger's new ad pulled from the air, claiming it is “false, misleading and defamatory” because the news article cited does not say that Cuomo himself is being probed as part of the Crystal Run investigation.Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, Cuomo's ...

  3. DeCicco's Family Market Latest Business To Close In Cross River Shopping Center

    DeCicco's Family Market Latest Business To Close In Cross River Shopping Center

    DeCiccio's Family Market is the latest business to announce its imminent closure in the Orchard Square Shopping Center at the intersection of Route 35 and Route 121 north in the Town of Lewisboro hamlet of Cross River.So while the town was recently named the safest community in America for a third consecutive year, as reported here by Daily Voice, it will be losing the family-owned ...

  4. Nearly 10,000 Suffer From 9/11 Cancers, Report Says

    Nearly 10,000 Suffer From 9/11 Cancers, Report Says

    As the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks approaches, nearly 10,000 people have suffered cancers linked to the toxic dust, smoke and plumes at Ground Zero, the New York Post reported here on Sunday, Aug. 12. The federal World Trade Center Health Program has counted 9,795 first responders, Downtown workers, residents, students and others with cancer "deemed ...

  5. Westchester Museum Names New Executive Director

    Westchester Museum Names New Executive Director

    Michael Gitlitz of North Salem has been named the new executive director of the Katonah Museum of Art.KMA Board President Deborah Mullin and Board of Trustees announced Gitlitz' appointment.With more than 25 years in the art world at Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Hirschl & Adler Modern, Marlborough Gallery and Paddle8, Gitlitz brings an encyclopedic knowledge of art as well as a ...

  6. Trump Claims Cuomo's Political Career 'Is Over!'; Nixon Says Governor Folds 'Like A Cheap Suit'

    Trump Claims Cuomo's Political Career 'Is Over!'; Nixon Says Governor Folds 'Like A Cheap Suit'

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo has become an Internet punching bag from President Trump as well as Democratic challenger Cynthia Nixon following his "America was never great" comment made earlier this week.With an upcoming debate, and the primary election less than a month away, Nixon accused him of "folding like a cheap suit" and Trump said Cuomo's political career "is ...

  7. College In Westchester Revokes Degree To Ex-Cardinal Embroiled In Sex Abuse Scandal

    College In Westchester Revokes Degree To Ex-Cardinal Embroiled In Sex Abuse Scandal

    Related story: Catholic Priests With Hudson Valley Ties Named In Massive Child Sex Abuse ReportAn honorary degree given to a cardinal connected to the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church has been revoked by a college in Westchester.After a discussion regarding the complaints of sexual abuse made against Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, and in light of the related directive by Pope ...

  8. ICE 'Wrongfully Detains' Father In Northern Westchester, Assemblywoman Says

    ICE 'Wrongfully Detains' Father In Northern Westchester, Assemblywoman Says

    A father in Northern Westchester was wrongfully detained by federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents on Wednesday, Aug. 15, State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef said.The Ossining man's wife said the agents arrested the wrong man, according to Galef."I applaud those who are fighting for more transparency from ICE in this arrest, and encourage those who believe their ...

  9. Yorktown HS Grad Ocasio-Cortez Bans Press From Town Hall Forum

    Yorktown HS Grad Ocasio-Cortez Bans Press From Town Hall Forum

    Does the young Democratic Socialist upstart, upsetter from Westchester and the Bronx support a Free Press, or not? The 28-year-old Congressional candidate banned the news media from a Town Hall meeting after news reporters "mobbed her" during an earlier New York event, according to this report in the Queens Chronicle. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Monday, Aug. 13 that ...

  10. 'America Was Never That Great': Cuomo Comment Ignites Firestorm

    'America Was Never That Great': Cuomo Comment Ignites Firestorm

    "America was never that great."Did New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo really say that?Yes, yet his supporters quickly jumped on the news media and Republican supporters of his November challenger, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, and President Donald Trump as somehow twisting and exaggerating Cuomo's remarks. Cuomo, of New Castle, made the seemingly offhand remark as part of ...

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