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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.

Jon Craig's Contributions

  1. Adviser, CEO From Litchfield Charged With Misleading Retail Investors

    Adviser, CEO From Litchfield Charged With Misleading Retail Investors

    The federal Securities and Exchange Commission charged a Connecticut investment advisory firm and its chief executive officer with putting $19 million of investor money, including elderly investors' retirement savings and pension plans, in risky investments and secretly pocketing hefty commissions from those investments.The SEC's complaint alleges that Temenos Advisory, Inc. and George ...

  2. Third Time's The Charm For Curtain Call's 'Bye, Bye, Birdie'

    Third Time's The Charm For Curtain Call's 'Bye, Bye, Birdie'

    “Put on a Happy Face” and plan on catching Curtain Call’s 28th annual Summer Youth Theatre production of "Bye, Bye, Birdie" playing next month in Stamford. One of the most-produced high school musicals of all time "Bye, Bye, Birdie" played previously at Curtain Call in 1993 and 2005. Upcoming performances at The Kweskin Theatre run from Aug. 2 through Aug. ...

  3. Waiting Game: This Area Airport Has Slowest Security Lines In North America

    Waiting Game: This Area Airport Has Slowest Security Lines In North America

    This probably will not shock anyone who has waited in line at this international airport, been frisked or nearly missing a flight due to security delays. It's now ranked as the worst in North America as far as long security lines. According to preliminary data compiled by J.D. Power, as reported here, the California-based market-research company, JFK International Airport -- which is ...

  4. Look Who's Leading? New Poll Shows Boughton Ahead Of Pack In GOP Primary Race

    Look Who's Leading? New Poll Shows Boughton Ahead Of Pack In GOP Primary Race

    Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is leading his Republican rivals, according to a new poll.The online poll comes three weeks before the Aug. 14 primary election. The GOP candidates square off in a debate at Sacred Heart University on Tuesday July 24, as reported here by Daily Voice.Boughton, who won the Republican Party endorsement in May, was backed by 34.3 percent of those polled in an ...

  5. This Fairfield County City Ranks Among 50 'Most Stressful' In Nation

    This Fairfield County City Ranks Among 50 'Most Stressful' In Nation

    Two cities in Connecticut rank among the top 50 Most Stressed Cities in America, according to a new study by a financial website.One is in Fairfield County: Bridgeport ranked 33rd.The other is New Haven in New Haven County -- which ranked 41st based on an analysis that considered stress in four areas: the workplace, finances, family, and health and safety.The top-10 "most stressed ...

  6. NY, CT Income Inequality Levels Among Highest In Nation

    NY, CT Income Inequality Levels Among Highest In Nation

    Are we reliving the "Great Gatsby" era?A new study cites five states where the top 1 percent have exceeded 1928's 23.9 percent share of income:According to an Economic Policy Institute (EPI) study of the new "gilded age," these are the top states with the widest income disparities:New York: 31 percentFlorida: 28.5 percentConnecticut: 27.3 percentNevada: 24.8 ...

  7. Greenwich 'Facebook Twins' Got NYS Approval Weeks After $100K Donation

    Greenwich 'Facebook Twins' Got NYS Approval Weeks After $100K Donation

    Weeks before New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration granted approval to an exchange run by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss of Fairfield County to trade a new cryptocurrency, the twins donated a combined $100,000 to Cuomo's reelection campaign, according to this report by Sludge. The Winklevoss twins, made famous by their portrayal in the film “The Social Network,” which focused on the ...

  8. Two Rounds Of CT Gubernatorial Debates Will Be Held At Sacred Heart University

    Two Rounds Of CT Gubernatorial Debates Will Be Held At Sacred Heart University

    Sacred Heart is hosting two gubernatorial debates: Republican candidates will debate on Tuesday, July 24 and the Democratic candidates will debate on Thursday, July 26. Separate primary election debates will take place starting at 2 p.m. at the Martire Business & Communications Center on the campus of Sacred Heart University at 5401 Park Ave. in Fairfield.Sponsoring the debates ...

  9. Democratic Voters Want Fresh Face In 2020, Poll Reveals

    Democratic Voters Want Fresh Face In 2020, Poll Reveals

    Out with the old, in with the new.That's what voters are telling political pollsters in the latest public opinion surveys.While Westchester County's Hillary Clinton, Vermont's Bernie Sanders and Delaware's Joe Biden are considered presidential contenders in 2020, three-out-of-four Democratic voters think their party needs to back someone new.Some top media pundits are touting former ...

  10. CT Launching $10 Million Study Of Tolling

    CT Launching $10 Million Study Of Tolling

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed an executive order directing state agencies to conduct a $10 million study of Connecticut's transportation needs.The study would consider restoring tolls on major parkways and interstate highways while reducing state gasoline taxes. “During this past legislative session, we heard time and again from legislators that they wished for more information regarding ...

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