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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. Eric Trump Says Dad's Life 'Exponentially Worse' Since Presidential Run

    Eric Trump Says Dad's Life 'Exponentially Worse' Since Presidential Run

    In an interview titled "First, Family," Eric Trump of Briarcliff Manor, the second son of President Donald Trump, insists that his father's quality of life  "became exponentially worse" after deciding to run for president.Westchester Magazine spoke with Eric Trump and his wife, Lara, in an interview focused mostly on their day-to-day lives, though the president's son ...

  2. Chappaqua Crossing Apartments Officially Open

    Chappaqua Crossing Apartments Officially Open

    New York State Homes and Community Renewal and Wilder Balter Partners announced the completion of a $21 million affordable housing development in the Chappaqua section of the Town of New Castle. The Chappaqua Crossing development renovated the historic Reader’s Digest headquarters building to create 64 mixed-income apartments. Developed by Wilder Balter, the sprawling campus will ...

  3. New Lawsuit Links IBM’s ‘Millennial’ Reinvention To Age Bias

    New Lawsuit Links IBM’s ‘Millennial’ Reinvention To Age Bias

    After another round of company-wide layoffs this spring, IBM is being sued in federal court for age discrimination, according to multiple reports.A lawsuit filed against the Armonk-based IBM by Jonathan Langley, 60, of Texas claims that in the international company's push to hire millennials and make money, the company let go of more experienced but costlier ...

  4. Lifelong Westchester Residents Welcome Apartments At Reader's Digest

    Lifelong Westchester Residents Welcome Apartments At Reader's Digest

    Ginny Enright, 85, has lived in Chappaqua for the past 54 years. Now, Enright is one of the first residents of Chappaqua Crossing Apartments. Her friend of over 50 years just moved in, too."I was ready to sell my house and not have the responsibilities and it seemed ideal to be able to come here, where I would be in the same town and be able to use the same facilities as I had been ...

  5. Waze Aims To Provide Metro-North Rail-Crossing Alerts

    Waze Aims To Provide Metro-North Rail-Crossing Alerts

    Long overdue, but will it save lives at dangerous area railroad crossings? Time will tell.The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced it is partnering with Waze to improve safety at railroad crossings of Metro-North commuter railroad and Long Island Rail Road.“Safety is a core value at the MTA and its commuter railroads -- for our customers and our employees -- as well as ...

  6. In Person Or Online? How Do You Get Groceries? Survey Shows Public's Choice

    In Person Or Online? How Do You Get Groceries? Survey Shows Public's Choice

    Online shopping for food and beverages? Most consumers are not ready to do that yet, according to a survey by Morning Consult. Of the 2,000 American adult shoppers polled, more than two-thirds (67 percent) have never purchased packaged food or beverage products online, the e-survey and market research firm said in its “Consumer Insights On The Food and Beverage Industry” report. ...

  7. Hit Reality Show Features Teacher From Mamaroneck

    Hit Reality Show Features Teacher From Mamaroneck

    A part-time high school English teacher from Mamaroneck -- who auditioned for the popular Fox reality show, "MasterChef," last fall while working in North Rockland -- appears on the upcoming season.Daniela Savone auditioned for "MasterChef" in October. After making the top 80 cut, she resigned from her North Rockland teaching position of 15 years to pursue her ...

  8. It's Official: Maloney To Run For Attorney General

    It's Official: Maloney To Run For Attorney General

    U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney,  a third-term Democratic congressman Putnam County, has decided to run for New York Attorney General, according to multiple news reports.Maloney floated the notion of seeking the nomination shortly after Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned suddenly over a sex and battery abuse scandal.Maloney's entry into the Democratic primary for Attorney ...

  9. Westchester's Heineken USA Appoints Its First Female CEO

    Westchester's Heineken USA Appoints Its First Female CEO

    Heineken USA, based in White Plains, has selected Maggie Timoney as its next chief executive officer. Timoney, an Iona College graduate, will become the first female CEO of a major U.S. brewery effective Sept. 1.The seasoned executive with more than 25 years of experience in the beer and cider business will succeed Heineken veteran Ronald den Elzen, who will return to Holland for a ...

  10. Port Chester Approves $11M Middle School Repairs On Second Bond Vote

    Port Chester Approves $11M Middle School Repairs On Second Bond Vote

    Port Chester voters passed the school district’s $11 million bond project with 60 percent of the public's support. Tuesday's approval allows the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District to begin emergency safety improvements at Port Chester Middle School.With more than 1,600 residents voting, 966 were in favor and 646 were opposed to the bond.“We are thankful and express our sincere ...

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