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Jon Craig

Assistant Managing Editor jcraig@dailyvoice.com

Pleasantville native Jon Craig is the Assistant Managing Editor for the Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Dutchess county 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. Judge Tosses Rye Lawsuit Against Westchester Over Management Of Playland

    Judge Tosses Rye Lawsuit Against Westchester Over Management Of Playland

    This story has been updated.WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The City of Rye’s lawsuit against Westchester over management and operational changes at the county-owned Playland Amusement Park was thrown out by a state judge on Monday.Supreme Court Judge Gretchen Walsh ruled in county government’s favor and dismissed Rye’s petition that challenged Westchester’s standing as the lead agency for ...

  2. Sixth Annual Sound Shore St. Pat's Day Parade Shines, Scholarships Set

    Sixth Annual Sound Shore St. Pat's Day Parade Shines, Scholarships Set

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Organizers of Sunday's sixth annual Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade called it a success while announcing students scholarships.With a motorcycle escort provided by the Village of Mamaroneck’s finest, moving to the sounds of the Pipes and Drums of the Police Emerald Society of Westchester, Grand Marshal Valerie O’Keeffe led the 2017 Sound Shore St. Patrick's Day ...

  3. Mexican Immigrant-Turned-Irvington Chef Honored During Restaurant Week

    Mexican Immigrant-Turned-Irvington Chef Honored During Restaurant Week

    Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino visited La Chinita Poblana restaurant in Irvington on Thursday to celebrate Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HVRW). La Chinita Poblana, owned by Juan Aguilar, is one of seven restaurants offering Latino cuisine during restaurant week. While visiting, Astorino highlighted Aguilar’s story and how he opened his popular Irvington restaurant.At 13 ...

  4. Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    How can you beat free? Italian ice. First day of spring? Yum.Westlake High School students agreed, and were out en masse on Monday at the Rita's at 330 Saw Mill River Road, also known as Route 9A, in Elmsford. Does anyone remember the Italian ices at Master's at the same shopping center? Now that will date you!Rita’s celebrated the first day of spring -- and the chain's 25th ...

  5. Westchester OKs $2.8 Million Settlement For County Courthouse Ladder Injury

    Westchester OKs $2.8 Million Settlement For County Courthouse Ladder Injury

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Westchester County legislators approved a $2.8 million settlement last week in a four-year-old  lawsuit involving a worker at the County Courthouse.Joseph Gragnaniello, 38, a heating and air conditioning mechanic working for Unity Mechanical Corporation, reportedly fell from a six-foot ladder while repairing a boiler in the basement of 111 Dr. Martin Luther King ...

  6. Sound Shore Enjoys 6th Annual Sound Shore Parade

    Sound Shore Enjoys 6th Annual Sound Shore Parade

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Spring has sprung. Well, almost. The Sixth Annual Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade is on Sunday, March 19. Marchers step off at 1:30 p.m. on Mamaroneck Avenue in Mamaroneck.This wonderful family-friendly event celebrates Irish heritage as well as the American immigrant experience. Beginning at Mamaroneck Avenue School, the parade proceeds down Mamaroneck Avenue ...

  7. Red Cross Leprechaun Pays Visit To County Office Building On St. Pat's Day

    Red Cross Leprechaun Pays Visit To County Office Building On St. Pat's Day

    This story has been updated.A St. Patrick's Day leprechaun paid a visit to the County Office Building on Friday, courtesy of the American Red Cross, and dropped in on Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino."Look who stopped by my office this morning!'' tweeted Astorino, who declared March as Red Cross Month.A reader later identified the lucky leprechaun as Yvette Scardera.

  8. Area Roads Closed Due To Snowstorm's Coastal Flooding

    Area Roads Closed Due To Snowstorm's Coastal Flooding

    This story has been updated.RYE, N.Y. -- A full moon, northeast winds and near-blizzard conditions were a terrible combination on Tuesday for coastal residents in the City of Rye.The Department of Public Works set up barricades at some intersections overcome by flooding.Lt. Scott Craig, Rye's patrol commander, said the following locations were flooded during the high tide cycle:Milton ...

  9. Area Roads Closed Due To Snowstorm's Coastal Flooding

    Area Roads Closed Due To Snowstorm's Coastal Flooding

    This story has been updated.RYE, N.Y. -- A full moon, northeast winds and near-blizzard conditions were a terrible combination on Tuesday for coastal residents in the City of Rye.The Department of Public Works set up barricades at some intersections overcome by flooding.Lt. Scott Craig, Rye's patrol commander, said the following locations were flooded during the high tide cycle:Milton ...

  10. Boating In Winter? Only At Rye Y

    Boating In Winter? Only At Rye Y

    RYE, N.Y. -- Boating in the middle of winter? Leave it to the Rye YMCA to figure out a way to set sail just before the arrival of Stella's blizzard.Dozens of young sailors attempted to pilot boats made only of cardboard and duct tape on Friday, March 10 from one end of the Rye Y’s Brookside pool to the other. Some of them didn’t make it – but that was part of the fun, said Lisa ...

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