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Jon Craig

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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.

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  1. Latimer's Delivers First State of the County Address

    Latimer's Delivers First State of the County Address

    This story has been updated.Westchester County Executive George Latimer will delivered his first "state of the county" address on Monday, April 16.Daily Voice coverage of Latimer's speech can be found by clicking here.According to his aides, Latimer "will be speaking directly to you about the progress he has made, and the steps he will take to move the county ...

  2. Westchester Native Barbara Bush In Failing Health, Stops Further Treatment

    Westchester Native Barbara Bush In Failing Health, Stops Further Treatment

    Click here for an updated story: Westchester Native, Former First Lady Barbara Bush Dies At 92Barbara Bush, a 92-year-old native of Westchester, is in failing health and declining further medical treatment, returning home for comfort care after a series of hospitalizations.The former first lady, who grew up in Rye, has been treated for decades for Graves' disease, a thyroid ...

  3. Keeping High School Athletes Injury Free Subject Of Greenwich YMCA Seminar

    Keeping High School Athletes Injury Free Subject Of Greenwich YMCA Seminar

    Two sports medicine specialists and a sports psychologist will participate a panel discussion on Tuesday, April 17 at the Greenwich YMCA about how to help student athletes stay healthy and injury free and develop a mindful work life balance.Sponsored by Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Specialists, the free panel runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 50 E Putnam Ave. in Greenwich.Designed for ...

  4. Westchester Real Estate Sales Down In First Quarter, New Report Says

    Westchester Real Estate Sales Down In First Quarter, New Report Says

    Real estate sales in Westchester dipped by 1.9 percent in the first quarter of this year, compared to 2017, although median sales prices continue to rise.In its latest market report, Westchester Real Estate Inc. reported that 1,899 properties were sold in the first three months of 2018, compared to 1,933 during the same period last year.Sales of single-family homes dropped by 5 percent ...

  5. Yale Grad Named World's No. 1 Venture Capital Investor

    Yale Grad Named World's No. 1 Venture Capital Investor

    Yale alumnus Neil Shen, founding and managing partner of Sequoia China and a prominent supporter of Yale School of Management, is the top venture capital investor on earth, according to Forbes magazine. The magazine put Shen at the top of its 2018 Midas List, which ranks investors based on all exits (IPOs or acquisitions) above $200 million and private companies valued at $400 million ...

  6. Bowl For College Scholarships: Byron Womack Fundraiser This Weekend

    Bowl For College Scholarships: Byron Womack Fundraiser This Weekend

    Friends, students and teaching associates of Byron Womack, a very popular assistant principal at Port Chester Middle School, have organized a singles bowling tournament in his memory.Womack was found dead on Feb. 20 at the age of 48 of natural causes.All proceeds from the bowling tournament will go to the Byron Womack Scholarship Fund. Competition begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 14 ...

  7. New $26M Marist Facility Opening Scheduled

    New $26M Marist Facility Opening Scheduled

    Marist College plans to complete a $26 million expansion project at its Steel Plant Studio across Route 9 from its main campus in Poughkeepsie by the fall, according to this report. Major renovations began last summer at the private college of 6,600 students.The completed building will house Marist’s fashion and arts and digital media programs including gallery spaces.The project will ...

  8. Iona Prep Unveils Five New Hall Of Fame Inductees

    Iona Prep Unveils Five New Hall Of Fame Inductees

    Iona Preparatory School will induct five new members into its Hall of Fame as part of its Reunion Weekend on April 27-28. The 2018 honorees include business and community leaders from Under Armour, Nasdaq, Richard Bernstein Advisors, O.C. Tanner and Iona Prep Lower School.“For more than 100 years, Iona Prep has been developing young men into moral, ethical and spiritual leaders, and the ...

  9. Early Poll Shows Who NY Voters Favor In Cuomo-Nixon Race

    Early Poll Shows Who NY Voters Favor In Cuomo-Nixon Race

    There's plenty of time to go, of course, but the first indication of how the June Democratic gubernatorial primary may turn out is now in.Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New Castle enjoys a commanding 47 percentage point lead over actress Cynthia Nixon.However, his lead narrows substantially among the most enthusiastic voters, according to the NBC 4 New York/Marist Poll.Cuomo leads Nixon of New ...

  10. Here's How To Avoid Crashes When Traveling Through Roundabouts, DOT Says

    Here's How To Avoid Crashes When Traveling Through Roundabouts, DOT Says

    Roundabouts, those sometimes confusing circular intersections without traffic signals, are becoming more common across New York state. So the state Department of Transportation (DOT) offers tips on navigating what the agency considers safer and more efficient intersections.Acting DOT Commissioner Paul A. Karas shared some tips below for traveling through roundabouts as they become more ...

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