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Jon Craig

Assistant Managing Editor jcraig@dailyvoice.com

Pleasantville native Jon Craig is the Assistant Managing Editor for the Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Dutchess county 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. McMuffin Lovers Turned Away Due To Snow Delay In Port Chester

    McMuffin Lovers Turned Away Due To Snow Delay In Port Chester

    McMuffin and other fast-food breakfast lovers suffered the shakes Wednesday morning in Port Chester.The McDonald's at 321 Boston Post Road had a rare delayed opening after Tuesday's blizzard. Frustrated customers were wandering around aimlessly about 9:15 a.m., knocking on doors to the Route 1 McDonald's. Others ditched their cars and walked across the street to Dunkin' Donuts. A ...

  2. Nancy J. Finnegan, 77, Formerly Of Mount Kisco

    Nancy J. Finnegan, 77, Formerly Of Mount Kisco

    Nancy J. Finnegan, 77, of Madison, Conn., and formerly of Mount Kisco, passed away on Feb. 15. She was born on Sept. 1, 1939, the first of six children. Raised and educated in Mount Kisco, Nancy married Peter W. Van Akin. Together they had three daughters and lived for many years in Katonah. In 1982, the family moved to the Connecticut shoreline where Madison has been her home for the ...

  3. LGI Forensic Engineering Among Westchester's Outstanding Family Businesses

    LGI Forensic Engineering Among Westchester's Outstanding Family Businesses

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Steve Pietropaolo, of LGI Forensic Engineering in White Plains, was recognized Tuesday as the owner of one of Westchester County’s most outstanding family-owned businesses. The company, which features an accredited materials-testing laboratory, provides forensic analysis for architectural, scientific, civil, electrical, mechanical and structural engineering ...

  4. Deadliest Metro-North Crash Claimed, Changed Lives, But Crossing Unchanged

    Deadliest Metro-North Crash Claimed, Changed Lives, But Crossing Unchanged

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Two years ago on Friday at a Westchester railroad crossing, a few fateful minutes changed the lives of hundreds of Metro-North commuters and ended with six people dead.Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino called it "a day we never want to deal with." Ellen Brody, 49, of Edgemont had left her job in Chappaqua before encountering a traffic jam along the ...

  5. Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully In Rye Brook

    Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully In Rye Brook

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A Sunday evening report of "shots fired" along Interstate-287 eastbound in White Plains ended peacefully near the Hutchison River Parkway in Rye Brook without incident or arrest.Rye Brook Police Chief Gregory Austin said the reported road rage incident that ended near King Street was exaggerated by media outlets who reported shots were being fired ...

  6. Charity With A Capitol C: Port Chester Theatre Sponsors Food, Coat Drives

    Charity With A Capitol C: Port Chester Theatre Sponsors Food, Coat Drives

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Grateful Dead fans and volunteer ushers at The Capitol Theatre took their gratitude one step further on Wednesday night by donating non-perishable goods to the Food Bank For Westchester.The Capitol Theatre's annual holiday food drive coincided with a concert by Connecticut-based Grateful Dead tribute band, Terrapin, which returned to Garcia’s bar next to The ...

  7. Homestyle Food, Festive Aura, Family Ties At Port Chester's T&J Restaurant

    Homestyle Food, Festive Aura, Family Ties At Port Chester's T&J Restaurant

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- If you're looking for fine Italian dining and desserts, family-friendly ambiance and a festive meal, the newly reopened, expanded T&J Restaurant and Pizzeria is the place to eat in Port Chester.More than 200 people turned out for Wednesday's grand re-opening of T&J Restaurant in its new location at 10 Pearl St. After 26 years, T&J's moved its tiny, ...

  8. Astorino Tastes Homestyle Cuisine At Reopening Of Port Chester's T&J Eatery

    Astorino Tastes Homestyle Cuisine At Reopening Of Port Chester's T&J Eatery

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- More than 200 people turned out for Wednesday's reopening of T&J Restaurant and Pizzeria in its new location at 10 Pearl St. After 26 years, T&J's moved its tiny, popular eatery from Westchester Avenue to expanded facilities at the former Town of Rye Courthouse at 10 Pearl St. There, it can seat more than 100 people indoors, 60 people on an outdoor patio ...

  9. Services Set For Jack Usry, 20, Nephew Of Stamford Resident

    Services Set For Jack Usry, 20, Nephew Of Stamford Resident

    RYE, N.Y. -- Calling hours are Tuesday for Jack Usry, the beloved middle son of Greg and Mary Beth Usry, who passed away on Friday. The 20-year-old graduate of Rye High School "tragically died in an accident in NYC," according to an email from RHS Principal Patricia Taylor.In addition to his parents, Jack is survived by his loving brothers, Connor Usry of New York City and ...

  10. Port Chester Student Hospitalized After Car Hits Parked Vehicle

    Port Chester Student Hospitalized After Car Hits Parked Vehicle

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A Port Chester High School student was hospitalized on Thursday afternoon after being involved in a motor vehicle accident on Newton Avenue.Parents and teachers were notified about the 1:30 p.m. accident in which a student passenger in the vehicle reportedly received "a bump on the head." School officials used the opportunity to remind students and ...

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