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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. Westchester May Become Latest County To Trash Plastic Bags, Foam

    Westchester May Become Latest County To Trash Plastic Bags, Foam

    As people around the globe observe Earth Day on Sunday, Westchester County Legislators Kitley Covill and Nancy Barr are putting their environmental principles into action.On Thursday,  April 19, they proposed legislation to encourage the use of reusable bags and keep single-use plastic checkout bags out of the county’s streets, landfills and waterways.The legislation additionally takes ...

  2. NJ, CT, NY Have Highest Percentage Of Millennials Living With Parents

    NJ, CT, NY Have Highest Percentage Of Millennials Living With Parents

    You can call it "full nest syndrome."New Jersey, Connecticut and New York state lead the nation in having the highest percentage of millennials living with their parents, according to WalletHub.The high cost of housing is a leading factor to this phenomenon, especially in New Jersey, according to the WalletHub website.That is one finding in this study of the best and worst ...

  3. Cuomo Negative Rating Soars, But He Still Leads Nixon, Molinaro

    Cuomo Negative Rating Soars, But He Still Leads Nixon, Molinaro

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s favorability rating fell to 49-44 percent this month, matching his lowest favorability rating, according to a new Siena College poll of New York state registered voters. Among Democrats, Cuomo has a 62-32 percent favorability rating, compared to 33-23 percent for his Democratic Party primary challenger, Cynthia Nixon. Head-to-head, Cuomo leads Nixon among registered ...

  4. Pace Students Travel To DC, Advocate For Hudson River

    Pace Students Travel To DC, Advocate For Hudson River

    Students in Pace University's Environmental Policy Clinic along with their adviser, John Cronin, spent Friday, April 20 in Washington, D.C., advocating for issues related to the Hudson River. Cronin is the senior fellow for Environmental Affairs at Pace.Cronin said a controversial proposal for oil barge anchorages on the Hudson River was the subject of their visit with the region’s ...

  5. These Westchester Locations Rank Among Best Places To Live In New York

    These Westchester Locations Rank Among Best Places To Live In New York

    Niche.com has released its annual "Best Places to Live in New York State," and 15 Westchester communities landed top grades, placing them among the best 100.Ardsley was ranked third in New York state, getting an A+ overall rating. The village's top ratings included public schools, being good for families, diversity and low crime.Bronxville ranked 20th statewide with an A+ ...

  6. Lacrosse For A Cause: Staples HS Hosts Annual Sticks For Soldiers Event

    Lacrosse For A Cause: Staples HS Hosts Annual Sticks For Soldiers Event

    Staples High School Lacrosse is proudly hosting the 7th annual Sticks for Soldiers event on Saturday, April 21.Area residents are invited to Staples Stadium to enjoy an exciting afternoon of lacrosse while supporting an important cause.The Sticks for Soldiers organization raises funds to support wounded veterans and their families. The action takes place at 70 North Ave. in ...

  7. New York Times Describes Mount Kisco As Affordable, Walkable, Multicultural

    New York Times Describes Mount Kisco As Affordable, Walkable, Multicultural

    Unlike some nearby communities, Mount Kisco is ethnically diverse, having attracted immigrants from Italy, Ireland and, more recently, Latin America. The bustling northern Westchester County village was profiled this week in The New York Times.In the article titled, "Affordable, Walkable and Multicultural," the Times wrote: "Good schools, check. Train station no more than ...

  8. Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players Present 'As You Like It'

    Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players Present 'As You Like It'

    Mamaroneck High School students will introduce you to Shakespeare’s greatest heroine and other enduring characters in the cherished romantic comedy, "As You Like It," this week during the Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players 44th consecutive year of performances.The play features lovers in disguise and troubadours in trouble, witty banter, wrestling and song -- with original music ...

  9. State Senate Candidates Square Off In Debate At Sarah Lawrence College

    State Senate Candidates Square Off In Debate At Sarah Lawrence College

    The gloves are off and questions from the audience are welcome during the latest debate Wednesday, April 18 in the special election for George Latimer's vacated state Senate seat.Republican Julie Killian of Rye faces Democratic Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer of Yonkers during a 7:30 p.m. debate at Reisinger Auditorium at Sarah Lawrence College.Killian, a former Rye councilwoman is making a ...

  10. More Than Half Of NYers Personally Touched By Opioid Abuse, Poll Finds

    More Than Half Of NYers Personally Touched By Opioid Abuse, Poll Finds

    Nearly one of every four New Yorkers personally know of someone, a family member, friend or acquaintance that has died due to an opioid overdose, according to a new Siena College poll.After measuring those who have an immediate or extended family member -- or someone they know through work -- who has abused opioids, 54 percent have been touched by the epidemic involving painkillers, the ...

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