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Jon Craig

Special Editor joncraigny@aol.com

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. Good Samaritan Hospital Opens New Inpatient EEG
Monitoring Suite

    Good Samaritan Hospital Opens New Inpatient EEG Monitoring Suite

    Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, has expanded and enhanced its EEG (electroencephalogram) laboratory with a comprehensive Inpatient EEG Monitoring Program. It will provide residents of Rockland, and Orange with unmatched neurological assessment, diagnosis and therapy, right in the communities where they live.Uncontrolled epilepsy ...

  2. Maloney Pleased Orange County Helps Fund Newburgh Fire Department

    Maloney Pleased Orange County Helps Fund Newburgh Fire Department

    U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney said he's pleased with the response by Orange County government to help the Newburgh Fire Department avert layoffs.Maloney, D-Cold Spring, has secured nearly $5 million for the Newburgh Fire Department since taking office in 2013. Much of this funding has allowed the department to expand its size-of-force and prevent layoffs."I'm pleased the County ...

  3. 'How Many More Children Must Die Before Nation Acts?' Cuomo Asks

    'How Many More Children Must Die Before Nation Acts?' Cuomo Asks

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo reacted with frustration and dismay to Wednesday's mass shooting in south Florida that left 17 students and school staff dead and at least 15 injured, "Once again, this nation sheds its tears for young lives cut short by senseless gun violence. But tears are not enough. The horrific school shooting in Florida is the deadliest since Sandy Hook, and it serves as yet ...

  4. Woman Charged With Prostitution At Hudson Valley Business

    Woman Charged With Prostitution At Hudson Valley Business

    A 49-year-old woman was arrested on prostitution charges on Tuesday by East Fishkill police at a business in the Taconic Plaza off Route 52 in Hopewell Junction.Police said they investigated illegal activity at the Unique Beauty Spa.East Fishkill detectives assisted by the Dutchess County Drug Task Force arrested Wai Yee Chu of New York City. Chu was arrested after providing a massage ...

  5. Switch From Payroll Tax To Shield Income, Cuomo Tells New Yorkers

    Switch From Payroll Tax To Shield Income, Cuomo Tells New Yorkers

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration proposed a new payroll tax system and a charitable contribution program to shield New Yorkers who will be limited in how much they can deduct in state and local taxes.Cuomo kicked off the Tax Fairness for New York Campaign this week to move forward on his effort to combat what he said is the devastating impacts the destructive, partisan GOP federal tax ...

  6. These Hudson Valley Schools Have State's Best Teachers, New Ranking Says

    These Hudson Valley Schools Have State's Best Teachers, New Ranking Says

    Hudson Valley school districts performed well among those with the best teachers, according to a recent rating by niche.com. The full results can found by clicking online here.Scarsdale topped the list followed by Bronxville as number two and Edgemont in sixth for best school teachers in New York state. Briarcliff was ranked in ninth place and Pleasantville in 11th.Also making the Top ...

  7. Bon Secours Community Hospital Achieves National Accreditation

    Bon Secours Community Hospital Achieves National Accreditation

    Patients seeking surgical treatment for severe obesity and its related conditions have a high-quality choice for receiving treatment at a nationally accredited program that meets the highest standards for patient safety and care in the greater Port Jervis area.Dr. Jaime Cepeda, medical director of Bon Secours Community Hospital’s Surgical Weight Loss Institute, a member of the ...

  8. Hudson Valley-Based PepsiCo Cuts Jobs After Flat Sales

    Hudson Valley-Based PepsiCo Cuts Jobs After Flat Sales

    Westchester-based PepsiCo reported flat sales in the closing months of 2017 and announced on Tuesday that it will cut jobs while offering bonuses of up to $1,000.The layoffs will affect corporate employees, amounting to less than 1 percent of its more than 110,000 employees, the company said.Bonuses go to those who make PepsiCo's snacks and drinks, and those who deliver them.PepsiCo, ...

  9. Cuomo Popularity Nosedives In New Poll

    Cuomo Popularity Nosedives In New Poll

    After a bounce in January, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s favorability, job performance and re-election ratings all fell by double digits this month, according to a new Siena College poll of New York State registered voters. Cuomo’s favorability rating is 53-40 percent, down from 62-30 percent last month, and his job performance rating is negative 45-53 percent, down from positive 50-48 percent, ...

  10. New York Highways Rank Among Worst In Nation

    New York Highways Rank Among Worst In Nation

    New York highways rank among the bottom six states in the country in overall performance and cost-effectiveness, according to a new report released by a libertarian think tank. The Reason Foundation published its 23rd Annual Highway Report, released on Thursday here.New York's neighboring states did not fare much better in the survey. Massachusetts ranked 44th worst, Connecticut was ...

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