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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. Fishkill Couple To Be Honored With Meritorious Service Award

    Fishkill Couple To Be Honored With Meritorious Service Award

    The Exchange Club of Southern Dutchess will honor Nancy and Rick Brownell of Fishkill for their dedicated service to others during decades of professional involvement and local community volunteerism. The service organization will present the Brownells with its 51st Meritorious Service Award on Tuesday, June 5, at Villa Borghese. The public is encouraged to attend. “Our ...

  2. Marist Grad Who Solved Murder Cases Named Police Officer Of Year In Norwalk

    Marist Grad Who Solved Murder Cases Named Police Officer Of Year In Norwalk

    Detective Christopher Imparato --- who helped crack two cold murder cases last year -- has been named 2017 Norwalk Police Officer of the Year.Imparato joined the Norwalk Police Department in February 2009. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Marist College in Criminal Justice. Detective Imparato worked in the Patrol Division until his promotion in April 2014. He has received two Meritorious ...

  3. Molinaro Hits Back On Corruption After Cuomo Calls Him 'Trump Clone'

    Molinaro Hits Back On Corruption After Cuomo Calls Him 'Trump Clone'

    After Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New Castle called Republican challenger Marc Molinaro "a Trump clone," according to media reports, Molinaro quickly struck back.The Dutchess county executive, in this interview, discussed how Cuomo is self-absorbed with presidential ambitions and embroiled in a corruption scandal.Molinaro has told reporters that he did not vote for Donald Trump for ...

  4. Two Hudson Valley Locales Rank Among Most Dangerous In State

    Two Hudson Valley Locales Rank Among Most Dangerous In State

    Newburgh and Poughkeepsie have the dubious distinction of landing on a top 25 list of "most dangerous places to live."Newburgh placed second on this list by newyorkupstate.com and Poughkeepsie ranked 24thTheir newly-released crime statistics from the FBI include totals for murder, rape, robbery, burglary and other crimes across Upstate New York, and provide a glimpse into ...

  5. Molinaro's All In: Dutchess County Exec Makes Run For Governor Official

    Molinaro's All In: Dutchess County Exec Makes Run For Governor Official

    Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro officially confirmed his run for New York Governor in his hometown on Monday, making the announcement at Tivoli Village Hall.         Prior Daily Voice coverage of Molinaro receiving Republican Party support for his candidacy can be found by clicking here. More details about the 43-year-old Molinaro's announcement can be found on his Facebook page ...

  6. Been There? Hudson Valley Resort Named One Of World's Top Family Hotspots

    Been There? Hudson Valley Resort Named One Of World's Top Family Hotspots

    Are you looking for the largest Easter Egg hunt in the Hudson Valley? Unlimited horseback riding? Mini bowling?Or, has the long winter got you down, and you can use a ride down an 85-foot indoor slide?If you are planning a school field trip or weekend family getaways, Rocking Horse Ranch may an ideal destination.It was named the nation's No. 2 family hotel in the U.S. by TripAdvisor in ...

  7. Big Crowd Expected For Haverstraw Bay Classic At Cortlandt Yacht Club

    Big Crowd Expected For Haverstraw Bay Classic At Cortlandt Yacht Club

    Get you rods and appetite for striped bass real ready and reeling. The premier Striped Bass Tournament in the lower Hudson Valley will celebrate its 5th Anniversary at the Cortlandt Yacht Club on April 27, 28 and 29.Boasting a grand prize of $2,000, and a $1,000 combined weight prize, this year’s event will surpass all other events in recent memory.Rods, reels, bikes, and a ...

  8. These Hudson Valley Communities Awarded Millions In State Grants

    These Hudson Valley Communities Awarded Millions In State Grants

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that more than $8 million has been awarded to six Hudson Valley municipalities as part of his Restore New York initiative.Nearly $81 million was awarded to 71 municipalities statewide."Downtown communities are vital to keeping our economies thriving and to attracting businesses and families to put down their roots in New York," Cuomo said. "The ...

  9. Woman Shouts Vulgarities, Takes Swing At Cuomo During Interview With Press

    Woman Shouts Vulgarities, Takes Swing At Cuomo During Interview With Press

    An irate woman disrupted an impromptu news conference being held by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Albany on Wednesday — swearing and taking a swing at him before she was arrested by state troopers.This video of the incident contains vulgarities. The unidentified woman emerged from the state police station inside the state Capitol while Cuomo of New Castle was standing nearby, discussing an ...

  10. Putnam Among NY Counties With Lowest Unemployment Rate

    Putnam Among NY Counties With Lowest Unemployment Rate

    Putnam, Dutchess and Rockland counties enjoyed some of New York state's lowest unemployment rates, according to the latest report from the state Labor Department. Putnam, Dutchess and Rockland each ranked among the state's 12 counties-- all with the lowest jobless rate, at 5 percent. 

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