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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. Area Public TV Station airs Teen's Monster Drama, 'The Rascal'

    Area Public TV Station airs Teen's Monster Drama, 'The Rascal'

    Andrey Gordon is only 17, but he already has won awards as a filmmaker.And now, he’s set to begin filming the second season of his supernatural crime drama, “The Rascal,” on LMC-TV, Mamaroneck’s public access television station, in April.A junior at the independent Thornton-Donovan School in New Rochelle, Andrey began working at the non-commercial local station in 2011. Since then, he ...

  2. HGTV's  'Property Brothers' Features Westchester Homes

    HGTV's 'Property Brothers' Features Westchester Homes

    A Westchester home contractor whose great-grandfather founded the family business in 1910 will be featured, along with a Rockland County home, on four upcoming episodes of HGTV's "Property Brothers Buying and Selling."Bronxville's Artie Lange of Arthur Lange Inc. filmed for about 12 weeks last spring and summer. The first project involving a home in Scarsdale airs on April ...

  3. Port Chester Students, Parents Rally Behind $80 Million School Renovations

    Port Chester Students, Parents Rally Behind $80 Million School Renovations

    This story has been updated.PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Hundreds in Port Chester students, parents and teachers turned out Thursday evening for a rally in support of Tuesday's $80 million school bond vote.The pro-vote pep rally was held at Port Chester High School, which would benefit from more than half the proposed new construction to alleviate overcrowding in instructional areas.The bond ...

  4. Gills Celebrates Grand Opening Of Aquarium Store In Mamaroneck

    Gills Celebrates Grand Opening Of Aquarium Store In Mamaroneck

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- During the past six months, you may have noticed a new colorful store on North Barry Avenue, next to the laundromat.This weekend, Mamaroneck proprietors Sean and Jill Hofer are celebrating the grand opening of Gills Aquarium Store.Visitors are greeted by rows and rows of fish and coral to choose from. The store at 525 N. Barry Ave. is celebrating its grand opening on ...

  5. Next ‘Drink & Draw’ In Mamaroneck, Where Artists Sketch While Socializing

    Next ‘Drink & Draw’ In Mamaroneck, Where Artists Sketch While Socializing

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Drink and Draw, an innovative evening out that offers artists a chance to practice sketching a professional model (or two) while socializing, has gained a steady following along Westchester’s Long Island Sound shore area, thanks to the New Rochelle Arts Collective.“'Drink and Draw; helps me out in more ways than one,” said artist David Fragoso of New Rochelle, ...

  6. Study Reveals Where Westchester Ranks In Abortions Among NY's 62 Counties

    Study Reveals Where Westchester Ranks In Abortions Among NY's 62 Counties

    Westchester County's abortion rate is ranked 23rd among the New York's 62 counties in a state Health Department study of 2014 statistics. Westchester's ratio was 254.4 abortions per 1,000 live births compared to the statewide ratio of 400.2 abortions.Just across the Hudson River, Rockland County reported the second lowest abortion ratio statewide. Rockland women had 80.1 induced ...

  7. Harrison Catholic Youth Hoops Team Captures State Title Capping 19-0 Season

    Harrison Catholic Youth Hoops Team Captures State Title Capping 19-0 Season

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The St. Gregory’s of Harrison third-grade team capped off a perfect basketball season by capturing the New York State CYO Archdiocese Basketball Championship on Sunday.The state Catholic Youth Organization win topped off the team's perfect 19-0 season.St. Gregory’s playoff run to the title started at Iona Prep, where the young players defeated St. Patrick’s of Armonk ...

  8. Port Chester Elects A New Mayor: Richard 'Fritz' Falanka

    Port Chester Elects A New Mayor: Richard 'Fritz' Falanka

    This story has been updated.PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – Republican Richard "Fritz" Falanka was elected mayor of the Village of Port Chester on Tuesday, defeating Democrat Gregory K. Adams by an unofficial tally of 2,009 to 478 votes, according to the Westchester County Board of Elections.Falanka, 73, is a former village clerk and village manager. He was nominated by the Port Chester ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. Mamaroneck's Snow Brothers Sizzle At National Indoor Track Championships

    Mamaroneck's Snow Brothers Sizzle At National Indoor Track Championships

    This story has been updated.A Yonkers track club including a pair of young brothers from Mamaroneck scored 13 medals during an indoor track championship on Staten Island. The Notre Dame Track Club athletes were among 2,700 talented stars who competed in the 2017 USATF Hershey National Youth Indoor Championships, March 10-12, at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex.Kyle Snow, a 4th ...

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