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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. Westchester Man Named President, CEO Of 2022 Special Olympics USA Games

    Westchester Man Named President, CEO Of 2022 Special Olympics USA Games

    A finance and technology expert from Port Chester has been named president and chief executive officer for the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games. Special Olympics Florida and Special Olympics North America announced they proudly hired Dzaluk to head the USA Games in Orlando from June 5 through June 10 in 2022. In this role, Dzaluk will oversee a team that will help showcase the power and ...

  2. Ex-GOP Mayor Michael Bloomberg Will Spend $80M To Help Dems Flip House

    Ex-GOP Mayor Michael Bloomberg Will Spend $80M To Help Dems Flip House

    Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has made a huge -- some say politically surprising - promise.Bloomberg, a Republican who owns an estate in North Salem, has pledged to donate $80 million to help flip the U.S. House majority in favor of Democrats. Bloomberg also says he will support governors in November --  regardless of their political party -- who share his positions on ...

  3. Police Seek Help Solving Mystery Of Well-Dressed Man's Death In Area

    Police Seek Help Solving Mystery Of Well-Dressed Man's Death In Area

    State police are seeking the public’s assistance to help solve a case involving an unidentified deceased adult male.The dead man was found in a wooded area adjacent to the Garden Street School in the village of Brewster on Oct.  9, 1995. This unknown individual’s death was ruled a suicide due to self-inflicted wounds found on his wrists.At the time of his death, he was believed to be ...

  4. Molinaro Cites 'Quid-Pro-Cuomo' Emails In Bid-Rigging Trial

    Molinaro Cites 'Quid-Pro-Cuomo' Emails In Bid-Rigging Trial

    Secret emails loomed large as communications detailing "Quid-pro-Cuomo" were presented by federal prosecutors at the "Buffalo Billion bid-rigging trial," Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro said in a campaign mailing.The Dutchess County executive, who is running against Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New Castle, was referring to the federal corruption case ...

  5. Chappaqua CSD Announces Greeley Principal's Resignation, Names Successor

    Chappaqua CSD Announces Greeley Principal's Resignation, Names Successor

    The Chappaqua Board of Education announced that Horace Greeley High School Principal Robert Rhodes will resign from his job by the end of this month.School Board members accepted Rhodes' resignation during a special meeting on Friday, June 22 at the district’s Education Center. Rhodes, who has served in his position for six years, has been on paid leave since June 5.No details about ...

  6. Immigration Crisis A 'Human Tragedy, Threat To Our Values,' Cuomo Says

    Immigration Crisis A 'Human Tragedy, Threat To Our Values,' Cuomo Says

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the Trump Administration’s "inhumane treatment of immigrant children has left a dark stain on the history of our nation.""It is a human tragedy and a threat to our values," the New Castle Democrat wrote in this op-ed in The New York Times. President Trump signed an executive order on June 20 rolling back his policy of separating parents from ...

  7. Latimer Speaks Out Against 'Mistreatment' Of Immigrant Families At Border

    Latimer Speaks Out Against 'Mistreatment' Of Immigrant Families At Border

    NY Moving Forward With Lawsuit After Trump's About-Face On Child SeparationCounty Executive George Latimer expressed his outrage on Wednesday, June 20 at news that immigrant children being separated from their parents by federal agents, as reported here by Daily Voice. “Like many Westchester residents I am heartbroken and outraged over the mistreatment of immigrant families at the ...

  8. Stepinac Welcomes 33 Into Honor Society

    Stepinac Welcomes 33 Into Honor Society

    Archbishop Stepinac High School has inducted 33 high achieving students into the Honors Academy. It's the first-of-its-kind, small personalized learning program in the region, officials at the private school in White Plains said.iStarting in September, the group of sophomore-year students will pursue advanced studies in either engineering, health sciences, finance or law.Launched three ...

  9. Hundreds Attend Clinton, Patterson Book Tour In Westchester

    Hundreds Attend Clinton, Patterson Book Tour In Westchester

    This story has been updated.Ted Amoruso of Mount Vernon said he wouldn't miss a visit by a president, even if it meant lining up at 5 a.m. for a book signing 14 hours later."I waited in line for Ringo in 2003. How often do you meet a Beatle? I've never met a president."And Amoruso said he has always been a fan of Bill Clinton of Chappaqua, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton, whom he ...

  10. Former Ally Will Challenge Cuomo, Citing 'Corrupt Political Culture'

    Former Ally Will Challenge Cuomo, Citing 'Corrupt Political Culture'

    Stephanie Ann Miner, 48, the first female mayor of Syracuse and a former top leader in the state Democratic Party, has decided to launch an independent run for governor against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.Cuomo, an incumbent from New Castle, already faces a Democratic challenge from Cynthia Nixon of Manhattan, an education activist best known for her acting on television's "Sex and the ...

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