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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.

Jon Craig's Contributions

  1. Astorino Sizzles Steak To Kick Off Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

    Astorino Sizzles Steak To Kick Off Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

    County Executive Rob Astorino helped serve up steak on Tuesday at Benjamin Steakhouse in Hartsdale to kick off Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.Astorino was joined by joined Janet Crawshaw, publisher of The Valley Table magazine as well as the Steakhouse's owners, Benjamin Prelvukaj and Benjamin Sinanaj.To the Benjamins' delight, the county executive plated the an “Astorino Sirloin” at ...

  2. $80 Million School Renovation Plan Detailed At Port Chester Meeting

    $80 Million School Renovation Plan Detailed At Port Chester Meeting

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Residents of the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District will be able to learn details and ask questions about an $80 million school renovation project during a public meeting on Wednesday evening, March 8.The meeting about the community bond project begins at 7 p.m. in the Port Chester Middle School auditorium. District spokeswoman Caryn Furst said Wednesday's ...

  3. NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is seeking permission for a $100 million mortgage on some of its Manhattan property to finance its compensation program for people sexually abused by priests, according to multiple news reports.Cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the creation of a reconciliation program for sexual abuse survivors in October. The Archdiocese said it would ...

  4. They're Creepy, Kooky In Addams Family Musical Perfomances In Harrison

    They're Creepy, Kooky In Addams Family Musical Perfomances In Harrison

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The Harrison High School Footlight Players present The Addams Family through Sunday, March 5.The new musical comedy is based on the characters created by Charles Addams in 1938. The creepy, kooky, altogether spooky Addams Family became a hit television sitcom series in the mid-1960s.The Addams Family show, with music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa and the book by Marshall ...

  5. Peter Iasillo, Jr., 63, Port Chester Actor, Community Theater Director

    Peter Iasillo, Jr., 63, Port Chester Actor, Community Theater Director

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. — Peter Iasillo, Jr. of Port Chester died Tuesday, Feb. 21 at Greenwich Hospital. He was 63.Born in White Plains on March 27, 1953, he was the only son of the former Village of Port Chester Mayor Peter Iasillo Sr. and Gloria Iasillo. He was married to Robin Souter of North White Plains.A lifelong student of acting and dedicated performer of his craft, Mr. Iasillo was ...

  6. NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    NY Catholic Church Seeks $100 Million Loan To Pay Priest Sex Abuse Victims

    The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is seeking permission for a $100 million mortgage on some of its Manhattan property to finance its compensation program for people sexually abused by priests, according to multiple news reports.Cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the creation of a reconciliation program for sexual abuse survivors in October. The Archdiocese said it would ...

  7. Ocean Grill Succeeds Seaside Johnnies At Rye Town Park

    Ocean Grill Succeeds Seaside Johnnies At Rye Town Park

    A new restaurant called Ocean Grill operated by Homestyle Catering will replace Seaside Johnnies this summer at Rye Town Park, officials announced Thursday. The popular caterers already operate food and beverage concessions at golf courses and other public attractions in Putnam County, Rockland County, White Plains and Yonkers.Town of Rye Supervisor Gary Zuckerman announced that the Rye ...

  8. Feiner, Paulin, Jenkins Fire Barbs After Astorino Town Hall

    Feiner, Paulin, Jenkins Fire Barbs After Astorino Town Hall

    Westchester Democrats criticized County Executive Rob Astorino for remarks he made during a Monday forum about Nazi literature on display at a recent County Center gun show.Astorino's responses to audience questions about the gun show and bomb threats at two local Jewish Community Centers were reported here by Daily Voice.State Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, D-Scarsdale, issued a statement ...

  9. 'Dissent Is Patriotic:' Activists Support Immigrants At White Plains Rally

    'Dissent Is Patriotic:' Activists Support Immigrants At White Plains Rally

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Shouting, “This is what democracy looks like!” and carrying signs proclaiming “Dissent is patriotic,” some 50 demonstrators protested President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration Monday during a lunch-hour rally in downtown White Plains.The rally, at the fountain in Renaissance Plaza was organized by Social Justice Mondays, a coalition of groups that ...

  10. Astorino Town Hall Attracts Overflow Crowd For Lively Talk On Many Topics

    Astorino Town Hall Attracts Overflow Crowd For Lively Talk On Many Topics

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- What was billed as an hour-long "Ask Astorino" Town Hall meeting Monday night turned into a two-hour display of public concern over immigration, climate change, hate crimes and deportation.Based on the overflow attendance and unanswered questions, the public session could have lasted all night.Hundreds of Westchester residents showed up to quiz County ...

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