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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. New Sexual Harassment Law Passes State Senate

    New Sexual Harassment Law Passes State Senate

    The state Senate passed the "Time’s Up Act" on Friday, May 4, which mandates sexual harassment training for employees and extends how long sexual assault crimes can be prosecuted. A less stringent version of the bill, passed the Senate by a 31-5 vote. It must be approved by the House to become Connecticut law.The act reforms Connecticut’s sexual harassment and sexual assault ...

  2. LiveGirl FemPower Event Coming To New Canaan's Carriage Barn Arts Center

    LiveGirl FemPower Event Coming To New Canaan's Carriage Barn Arts Center

    A fashion show highlighting powerful female change makers who will celebrate the spirit of being feminine in Hadley’s designs is set for Saturday, May 12 in New Canaan.There will also be performing artists, a juried art show, music and shopping for a cause. All ticket proceeds are tax-deductible and will go toward funding LiveGirl's free of charge programs and summer camp ...

  3. Largest Employer In Connecticut May Surprise You

    Largest Employer In Connecticut May Surprise You

    Yale New Haven Health System is the largest employer in Connecticut, according to this report by 247wallst.com.The major hospital system's latest employee headcount totaled 22,193.

  4. 11 Connecticut Companies Make Forbes' Best Employers List

    11 Connecticut Companies Make Forbes' Best Employers List

    Forbes has ranked America's best employers, and Connecticut companies landed 11 spots among the top 500 nationwide.Here are the companies and the number they were ranked:Gartner (No. 199), Stamford, ConnecticutDaymon (No. 231), Stamford, ConnecticutPeople's United Bank (No. 235), Bridgeport, ConnecticutSynchrony Financial (No. 240), Stamford, ConnecticutUnited Technologies (No. 280), ...

  5. Woodstock Festival Marks Israel's 70th Anniversary

    Woodstock Festival Marks Israel's 70th Anniversary

    A billboard-size mural of Jerusalem’s Western Wall and handmade metal roses forged from anti-Israeli missiles will be among a host of engaging sights and sounds marking Israel’s 70th anniversary at a rollicking outdoor festival.The celebration will take place at Woodstock Jewish Congregation, 1682 Glasco Turnpike in Woodstock, from 1 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 6.The free public event ...

  6. Business Showcase Features 75 Exhibitors In Greenwich

    Business Showcase Features 75 Exhibitors In Greenwich

    Greenwich Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business Showcase at Eastern Greenwich Civic Center on Thursday,, April 26. About 75 exhibitors showcased their businesses including numerous food and wine presenters. The purpose of this event, which is called the biggest business networking event of the year, is to promote local business in the area.

  7. State House Overwhelmingly Passes Bump Stock Ban Proposed By Malloy

    State House Overwhelmingly Passes Bump Stock Ban Proposed By Malloy

    The Connecticut House overwhelmingly passed a ban that helps disarm automatic weapons.By a vote of 114 to 55, the state's House late on Tuesday, May 1 passed the so-called bump stock ban, according to multiple news reports.Bump stocks are rapid-fire devices that enable guns to fire like automatic weapons.The measure must be approved by the state Senate to become law in Connecticut.Bump ...

  8. CT House Postpones Vote On Electronic Tolls

    CT House Postpones Vote On Electronic Tolls

    Just as House Democrats were pushing for a vote to approve tolls on Connecticut highways, House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz announced on Wednesday, May 2 that the vote was postponed.According to multiple news reports, Aresimowicz said he could not guarantee any debate on the proposal to restore tolls anytime soon, and perhaps not even this year.Aresimowicz had repeatedly promised a vote -- ...

  9. Plan That Could Lead To Electronic Tolling In CT Due For Vote

    Plan That Could Lead To Electronic Tolling In CT Due For Vote

    Connecticut House Democratic leaders are moving forward with plans to vote on a bill that would restore electronic tolling on the state's highways.Caucus leadership hopes to bring tolls to a vote on Wednesday, May 2, according to multiple news reports. The latest legislation would include a commitment for significant commuter-pass discounts for Connecticut drivers.The latest bill also ...

  10. This Ranks As Connecticut's 'Oddest Food People Love To Eat'

    This Ranks As Connecticut's 'Oddest Food People Love To Eat'

    According to this web site devoted to ranking "oddest foods" consumed by residents of various states, pizza with white clams -- or any other "gross" concoction appears to be a favorite in Connecticut. Thrilllist.com said there are people who think pizza should always be minimalist. Then there are people who throw any and all types of crap on it, no matter how weird ...

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