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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. Barbara L. Strandburg, 95, Formerly Of Pound Ridge

    Barbara L. Strandburg, 95, Formerly Of Pound Ridge

    Barbara Lois Conroy Strandburg, 95, formerly of Pound Ridge, died peacefully at her home in Macon, Ga., on Saturday, Nov. 18.Mrs. Strandburg was born on July 1, 1922, in Warren, Pa., to Harry and Mary Stillwell Conroy. After graduating from Warren High School, she earned her Registered Nursing certificate from the W.C.A. Hospital of Nursing in Jamestown, N.Y., before marrying her ...

  2. Firefighters Clear Putnam Home Filled By Smoke After Weekend Oven Fire

    Firefighters Clear Putnam Home Filled By Smoke After Weekend Oven Fire

    Sunday morning brought cool temperatures and howling winds causing trees and wires down across the Putnam, Dutchess and northern Westchester counties. Just before 11 a.m., Mahopac Falls Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to Emily Lane for a reported oven fire. Rolling out with the Fire Chief, two pumper tankers and heavy rescue, Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Boyle was first on the ...

  3. Westchester County Police Name Latest 'Officer Of Month'

    Westchester County Police Name Latest 'Officer Of Month'

    James Rosselli has been named Officer of the Month by the Westchester County Police Department.Police Officer James Rosselli was recognized for a variety of arrests and investigations, including his apprehension of a suspect who had fled from police in Newburgh after a failed check-cashing scam at a bank there. Rosselli recognized the suspect's vehicle from a description that had been ...

  4. White Plains Hospital Celebrates Six-Story Expansion

    White Plains Hospital Celebrates Six-Story Expansion

    Hundreds of White Plains Hospital leaders, doctors, nurses, construction managers and public officials celebrated completion of an addition that now extends six stories high.The hospital unveiled its 20,300-square-foot Central Clinical Services facility during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the renovated third floor of the hospital. Visitors then toured newly-constructed fourth through ...

  5. Armed Suspect On Loose After Cortlandt Robbery

    Armed Suspect On Loose After Cortlandt Robbery

    Click here for an updated story: Seen Him? Police Release Photo Of Cortlandt Armed Robbery SuspectOriginal report:State police were joined by Westchester County police late Monday in the search for an armed robbery suspect.State police confirmed an investigation and request for a K9 dog unit after a robbery was reported at Boost Mobile, 2093 E. Main St. in Cortlandt near the Peekskill ...

  6. Yorktown HS Football Team Makes First State Final Since 1995

    Yorktown HS Football Team Makes First State Final Since 1995

    Click here for an updated story: Yorktown Football Team Falls In First State Final Since 1995Yorktown High School's football team defeated Burnt Hills, 34-19, in the Class A semifinal game at Middletown High School on Friday, Nov. 17 to advance to the state championship game.The final, against Section 6 champion, West Seneca West is set for 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 24 at Syracuse ...

  7. Suspect Nabbed With $36K Worth Of Drugs, Cash In Westchester

    Suspect Nabbed With $36K Worth Of Drugs, Cash In Westchester

    Sleepy Hollow police were joined by the Greenburgh Police Drug and Alcohol Task Force in arresting a 37-year-old suspect with a large quantity of heroin and pain pills and cash, with a total value of around $36,000, police said on Saturday.Police charged Ascencion A. Jimenez of Valley Street in Sleepy Hollow at his residence about 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, according to Det. Kevin ...

  8. Bill Clinton Should Have Quit Presidency, Gillibrand Says

    Bill Clinton Should Have Quit Presidency, Gillibrand Says

    In a rare rebuke inside party lines, New York Democratic U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand told The New York Times on Thursday said that former President Bill Clinton should have stepped down after his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky became public 20 years ago.Gillibrand — who has long ties to the Clintons of Chappaqua and is seen as a possible presidential candidate in 2020 ...

  9. Infants Who Went Missing Prompting Statewide Alert Located In New York City

    Infants Who Went Missing Prompting Statewide Alert Located In New York City

    Update:The two infants that were taken by their teenage mothers early Saturday morning in upstate New York and believed to be in danger, prompting a statewide alert, were located Saturday afternoon in New York City.Shortly after noontime, police said that the infants and their mothers were found safe at an undisclosed location in the city.Original report:New York state officials issued ...

  10. Hudson Gateway Association Announces Annual Realtor Awards

    Hudson Gateway Association Announces Annual Realtor Awards

    During its 101th Annual Meeting at the DoubleTree Hotel in Tarrytown, the Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® honored Barry Kramer of Westchester Choice Realty in Scarsdale as its “REALTOR®of the Year” for 2017. Stephanie Liggio, of Judicial Title Insurance Agency in Rye Brook, was named the HGAR “Affiliate Member of the Year” for 2017.Kramer has been a realtor for more than 20 ...

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