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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. This Is 'Literally Worst Place To Be' During Storms, Says Weather Service

    This Is 'Literally Worst Place To Be' During Storms, Says Weather Service

    During a thunderstorm, this is literally the worst place to be, according to the National Weather Service:Standing under a tree. ⚡️During a thunderstorm - even sitting in a parked car under a tree is dangerous due to falling limbs from lightning and wind.⚡️Imagine how many people don't know this?

  2. Rye Town Park Announces Its Summer Concert Series

    Rye Town Park Announces Its Summer Concert Series

    Rye Town Park is hosting a series of seven free concerts at the park’s south pavilion this summer. The concerts feature the music of high quality, local-area bands playing a wide range of popular music ideal for singing and/or dancing along.The concerts will be held on Tuesdays starting on June 19. Two rain dates have been set aside in case of severe thunderstorms. Concerts begin at ...

  3. Fox Business Anchor From Westchester Honored For Coverage Of Cancer Battle

    Fox Business Anchor From Westchester Honored For Coverage Of Cancer Battle

    Fox Business anchor and Hartsdale resident Gerri Willis was honored Wednesday, May 23 by the Susan G. Komen Foundation at the Impact Awards in Manhattan.Willis received the 2018 “Surviving with Impact” award. This past September, Fox News/Fox Business sponsored “Team Gerri’ in the Susan G. Komen NYC Race for the Cure where she raised over $21,000, ranking in the top 10 donors.Willis ...

  4. Nurse From Westchester Named Greenwich Hospital Employee Of Year

    Nurse From Westchester Named Greenwich Hospital Employee Of Year

    Helene Kimmons, RN, of Port Chester was honored with the prestigious Marian Nowak Award, given to the employee who embodies the best of Greenwich Hospital’s values – at the annual Employee Service Awards Dinner.A 29-year veteran of Greenwich Hospital, Kimmons began her career at the hospital as a staff nurse in the Intensive Care Unit and later worked in the Post Acute Care ...

  5. Westchester Student Earns National Attention In World Languages

    Westchester Student Earns National Attention In World Languages

    New Canaan Country School students made a strong showing in the recent 2018 National World Languages exams.In Spanish, of the 34,600 students who sat for the exam nationwide, four Gold medals - the highest possible prize – were awarded to New Canaan Country School students, placing eighth grader Ellie Hanson in the top 4 percent, and ninth graders Shane Carbin of Norwalk, Georgia Rivero ...

  6. Sayegh Kicks Off His Campaign For Assembly Race

    Sayegh Kicks Off His Campaign For Assembly Race

    Nader Sayegh, candidate for the 90th Assembly District, will be hosting his first public event on Thursday, May 24 at Castle Royale, located at 92 Waverly St.The campaign event begins at 6 p.m.Sayegh has deep community roots in Yonkers.He is focusing his campaign on increased education funding for Yonkers schools, job creation and healthcare.In the opening weeks of his campaign, Sayegh ...

  7. Heller’s Shoes To Close After More Than Half-Century In Mount Kisco

    Heller’s Shoes To Close After More Than Half-Century In Mount Kisco

    This story has been updated.Sadly, another Westchester retail legacy is coming to an end.Heller's Shoes on South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco is closing after it was founded 57 years ago by current owner Larry Heller.The store's closure, scheduled for sometime in June, comes a few years after Heller's closed its popular decades-old shoe store in Pleasantville.Growing competition online ...

  8. Cuomo Agrees To Debate Democratic Primary Challenger Cynthia Nixon

    Cuomo Agrees To Debate Democratic Primary Challenger Cynthia Nixon

    After some prodding by Democratic Party primary opponent Cynthia Nixon, Gov. Andrew has agreed to debate the "Sex And The City" TV star.Cuomo's campaign office said the details of the televised debate, such as the when and where, are still being worked out.The New Castle governor issued this statement:"We look forward to a robust debate. We are currently receiving ...

  9. Pataki Introduces Molinaro At GOP Convention

    Pataki Introduces Molinaro At GOP Convention

    Former Gov. George E. Pataki of Garrison, a native of Peekskill where he once served as mayor, introduced Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro on Wednesday at the Republican Party Convention."We beat the odds in 1994 and will do it again in 2018," Pataki said in this tweet. Pataki was referring to his upset win over then-Gov. Mario Cuomo in 1994. Pataki served three terms ...

  10. Love A Parade? Here Are Memorial Day Ceremonies In The Hudson Valley

    Love A Parade? Here Are Memorial Day Ceremonies In The Hudson Valley

    Here is a list of Memorial Day celebrations in Dutchess, Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties:Wednesday May 23: The Veterans Administration Hudson Valley Health Care System holds its ceremonies at 2 p.m. on May 23 at Castle Point Castle Point campus memorial garden, 41 Castle Point Road, Wappingers Falls. Thursday May 24: There is  a ceremony at 10 a.m. May 24, at the Franklin D. ...

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