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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. Date For Gun Buyback Initiative Announced In Peekskill

    Date For Gun Buyback Initiative Announced In Peekskill

    Peekskill Police Department is sponsored a "gun buyback" initiative aimed at collecting unused weapons that might end up in the hands of children or criminals.The Gun Buyback Day runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the United Methodist Church, 1040 Main St. in Peekskill.In April, members of the Peekskill Police Department and River Outpost Brewing Company's ...

  2. Sex Offenders Allowed To Vote In Upcoming Primary, But 'Only After 7 p.m.'

    Sex Offenders Allowed To Vote In Upcoming Primary, But 'Only After 7 p.m.'

    This story has been updated.New Yorkers who plan to vote in next week’s primary elections should be forewarned.For the first time, thousands of registered sex offenders and paroled pedophiles are now allowed to vote at school polling places— but only after 7 p.m., according to state officials.The state primary is on Thursday, Sept. 13 and the general election is on Tuesday, Nov. 6.In ...

  3. Attorney General Issues Subpoenas, Offers Clergy Abuse Hotline Investigating Alleged Sex Crimes

    Attorney General Issues Subpoenas, Offers Clergy Abuse Hotline Investigating Alleged Sex Crimes

    This story has been updated.A "clergy abuse" telephone hotline has been set up by the state Attorney General's Office, as well as an online complaint form as subpoenas are being issued to all eight Roman Catholic Dioceses in New York.On Thursday, Sept. 6, Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced the new methods in which victims and anyone with information can provide ...

  4. Most Wanted Fugitive In Double-Murder Case Caught In Area

    Most Wanted Fugitive In Double-Murder Case Caught In Area

    A 54-year-old man named one of U.S. Marshals’ 15 most wanted fugitives was captured 16 years after he allegedly killed his sister and an ex-girlfriend in New York City.Andre Neverson, 54, was arrested on Tuesday, Sept. 4 after U.S. Marshals and police received information that he was hiding in a house in Bridgeport, authorities said. U.S. Marshals and Bridgeport Police closed in when ...

  5. Free Back-To-School Clinics Offered By Westchester Health Department

    Free Back-To-School Clinics Offered By Westchester Health Department

    The Westchester County Department of Health is offering free special back-to-school vaccine clinics in September, to assure children have the vaccines they need in time for school. Call 914-995-5800 to find out if you qualify, and make an appointment.In addition to vaccinations available every Friday, three clinics are planned:Saturday, Sept. 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in White ...

  6. Life Time Athletic Holds Hiring Fair In Westchester

    Life Time Athletic Holds Hiring Fair In Westchester

    Looking for a healthy job? Life Time Athletic is looking to hire about 200 fans of fitness for its new Chappaqua Crossing location.In preparation for its first foray into northern Westchester this fall, Life Time, is hosting another hiring fair on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center, 480 Bedford Road in Chappaqua.“We connected with some ...

  7. Dr. Paul D. Koors, Westchester Native, Dies Unexpectedly At 38

    Dr. Paul D. Koors, Westchester Native, Dies Unexpectedly At 38

    Dr. Paul Daniel Koors, 38, a native of Westchester and resident of Bethel in Fairfield County died on Tuesday, Aug. 28 of sudden heart failure. Dr. Koors was born on Dec. 5, 1979, in Irvington, the son of Paul and Patricia Koors, MD.He graduated from the Hackley School, attended Bucknell University and graduated from Brooklyn College before going to medical school at The Medical College ...

  8. Too Close To Call? New Poll Finds GOP's Molinaro Closing In On Cuomo

    Too Close To Call? New Poll Finds GOP's Molinaro Closing In On Cuomo

    In the absence of independent public polling, historically conducted during this period, the Reform Party commissioned an independent IVR poll, on Aug. 29 and 30, of 2783 likely general election voters to survey their views on the upcoming New York governor's race and other key issues.According to the poll, two-term Gov. Andrew Cuomo's lead has fallen to just three-percentage points ...

  9. New 30-Foot 'Pride' Mural Greets Returning Ossining High School Students

    New 30-Foot 'Pride' Mural Greets Returning Ossining High School Students

    A colorful mural across from the wall of flags greeted staff and students when they walked into Ossining High School this week.Artist Joe Pimentel of Newburgh created a 30-foot mural that is designed around the district’s new tagline: "Pride in all that we are." The new mural highlights the district’s diversity by incorporating the flags into the design. Flags unfurl from the ...

  10. FASNY Development Gets OK To Build School

    FASNY Development Gets OK To Build School

    A state judge tossed out a White Plains neighborhood group's lawsuit seeking to block the proposed 640-student French-American School of New York on the former Ridgeway Country Club.Supreme Court Justice Joan Lefkowitz said the Gedney Association failed to prove that the City of White Plains and its Common Council failed to follow legal procedure when they approved the FASNY plan, nor ...

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