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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. First Woman Named Metro-North President

    First Woman Named Metro-North President

    Catherine Rinaldi has been named the first female president of Metro-North Railroad. Rinaldi, has served as acting president of Metro-North since July 2017, and previously was Metro-North’s executive vice president, beginning in 2015. On Wednesday, Feb. 21 she was officially named president. She replaces Joe Giulietti who resigned last July after three years leading the railroad. ...

  2. New Walter's Restaurant In White Plains Will Have More Of Fast-Casual Feel

    New Walter's Restaurant In White Plains Will Have More Of Fast-Casual Feel

    Walter’s, a Mamaroneck mainstay that also expanded to Stamford, CT., has experienced amazing growth in the recent years with the launch of its food trucks. By April, Walter's plans to open its first indoor restaurant space at 186 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains with plenty of mustard-slathered hot dogs, and room to display generations of memorabilia and memories.  More details can be ...

  3. Rye Allegedly Failed To Respond To Raw Sewage Leak

    Rye Allegedly Failed To Respond To Raw Sewage Leak

    Rye on notice for apparent failure to respond to raw sewage leak https://t.co/0kwyBnaT3u-New York state has put the city of Rye on notice for its apparent failure to respond after raw sewage leaking into the Blind Brook made its way into the Sound Shore.More than two months ago, officials from the environmental group Save the Sound alerted Rye officials and the state Department of ...

  4. It's Official: Stewart Airport Now Has A New Name

    It's Official: Stewart Airport Now Has A New Name

    Stewart International Airport in Orange County will be renamed New York Stewart International Airport as part of a $37 million effort to modernize facilities and bring new attention to the travel hub.The tremendous success of international air service by Norwegian Airlines at Stewart International Airport in Orange County has prompted the Port Authority to expand services at the airport ...

  5. Brooklyn Market Celebrates Newest Location In Dobbs Ferry

    Brooklyn Market Celebrates Newest Location In Dobbs Ferry

    Brooklyn Market opened its newest location in Dobbs Ferry last week..Key Food Stores Co-Operative Inc., a chain of primarily independently owned and corporate grocery stores, is proud to announce the grand opening of itsnewest Brooklyn Market location at 83 Stanley Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522. To celebrate,Brooklyn Market is hosting a grand opening celebration on Friday, February 16, ...

  6. Sound Shore Parade Committee Selects St. Patrick's Day Grand Marshal

    Sound Shore Parade Committee Selects St. Patrick's Day Grand Marshal

    It's never too early to start celebrating St. Patrick's Day -- at least on the Sound Shore of Westchester County.The pipers were piping and the dancers were dancing at the Larchmont Shore Club on Saturday night as the Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee presented the ceremonial sash to the 2018 parade Grand Marshal, Raymond “Doc” Kiernan, along the official charge to lead the ...

  7. State Employee Put On Leave After Name-Dropping Cuomo In Airplane Tantrum

    State Employee Put On Leave After Name-Dropping Cuomo In Airplane Tantrum

    A state employee was put on leave after she name-dropped Gov. Andrew Cuomo during an airline temper tantrum captured on video by a Rochester-area woman, according to multiple news repots.A spokesperson for the state Council of the Arts told The Democrat and Chronicle in this article that it had removed an employee from its office pending an investigation into her conduct in the viral ...

  8. 9-11 1st Responder Turns Passion Into New Hastings Weight Loss Business

    9-11 1st Responder Turns Passion Into New Hastings Weight Loss Business

    Mary Brauner of Scarsdale remembers vividly the hours following the terrorist attacks on 9/11 when she and her partner were called to the burning ruins of the World Trade Center. Brauner, a Scarsdale resident, was a paramedic for the now-closed St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Manhattan.The ambulance she was in was the second medical emergency vehicle to arrive on the scene. She would ...

  9. Rite Aid, Albertsons -- With $83 Billion In Revenue -- To Merge

    Rite Aid, Albertsons -- With $83 Billion In Revenue -- To Merge

    Supermarket giant Albertsons said Tuesday, Feb. 20 that it plans to buy the remnants of the struggling Rite Aid drugstore chain, according to multiple news reports.But this report by Fortune said Albertsons might be buying a lemon in Rite Aid. Albertsons is touting a better ability to serve pharmacy customers as one of the merger's potential benefits.But in Rite Aid, Albertsons, a chain ...

  10. Popular Larchmont Bakery Will Close

    Popular Larchmont Bakery Will Close

    There's still a little time to get some Larchmont sugar and sweets.Sugar Mama Bakershop at 1985 Palmer Ave., a popular bakery and place to hang out in Larchmont, will close its doors for good on Sunday.The bakery will close due to personal circumstances, Kim Conca, the shop's owner, said in a Facebook post.The bakeshop opened in 2015."I appreciate all of the love and support from ...

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