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Joe Lombardi

Managing Director, Content jlombardi@dailyvoice.com

Joe Lombardi, Daily Voice's Managing Director/Content, has spent his professional career as a newsroom manager, editor, producer, director, writer, reporter and broadcaster who has worked at major websites, television networks, newspapers, magazines and radio stations and as a book author. The Manhattan native and Irvington High School graduate has been actively involved in web publishing for more than 15 years. In addition, he also has expertise in marketing, public relations and social media. Lombardi rejoined Daily Voice in September, 2013 after serving as sports editorial consultant here from August 2011 through January 2012.

Joe Lombardi's Contributions

  1. Stormy Stretch: Unsettled Weather Pattern Will Bring A Bit Of Everything

    Stormy Stretch: Unsettled Weather Pattern Will Bring A Bit Of Everything

    If you like unpredictability, you'll love this week's weather forecast.An unsettled pattern will bring a bit of everything straight through into the weekend: showers, rain, downpours, thunderstorms, possible flooding and even fog for good measure.One thing that will be in short supply will be sunshine, with Monday afternoon and Thursday possible exceptions.After a high temperature ...

  2. More Illnesses After Recall Of 200M Eggs Due To Salmonella Outbreak

    More Illnesses After Recall Of 200M Eggs Due To Salmonella Outbreak

    A dozen more people have fallen ill from a salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of more than 200 million eggs from nine states, including New York and New Jersey, last month.The number of those who have been sickened from the contaminated eggs is now 35, with 11 of them having been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported.Indiana-based Rose Acre Farms voluntarily recalled  ...

  3. Westchester Diner Closes For Mother's Day Weekend After Virus Reported

    Westchester Diner Closes For Mother's Day Weekend After Virus Reported

    Click here for an updated story: Mamaroneck Diner Remains Closed Following IllnessesA popular Westchester County diner is closed for Mother's Day weekend after it says several people became ill after because of a "common virus."The Mamaroneck Diner on Boston Post Road said it will remain closed until Monday, May 13."It has recently been brought to our attention that a few ...

  4. Lacrosse Coach At Area High School Resigns After Arrest

    Lacrosse Coach At Area High School Resigns After Arrest

    A boys lacrosse coach on one of the area's most successful programs has resigned after he was arrested at the school last week.Raul Bourgeois, a coach on Darien High School's freshman team, was arrested on an active warrant for possession of narcotics, according to the Waterbury Police Department.His arrest came around 2 p.m. Thursday by Darien Police officers after being notified by ...

  5. 16 Plead Guilty In Operation Yellow Brick Road Hudson Valley Drug Bust

    16 Plead Guilty In Operation Yellow Brick Road Hudson Valley Drug Bust

    A 172-count indictment that took down a major, violent drug ring that trafficked heroin and cocaine in the Hudson Valley has resulted in all 16 members entering guilty pleas.The lone out-of-state defendant, Kennedy Richards, also known as “Prezzy,” of Paterson, N.J., will be sentenced to up 17 years in prison with five years of post-release supervision, Acting New York Attorney General ...

  6. Yorktown Student-Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

    Yorktown Student-Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

    Six Yorktown High School student-athletes made their college commitments official on Tuesday by signing letters of intent to play sports at their chosen colleges, bringing the total number of varsity athletes from YHS who will play on Division I and Division II teams in 2018-19 to 18.The students will play or participate in volleyball, soccer, lacrosse and golf at Quinnipiac University, ...

  7. Exec Admits To Pay-For-Play Scheme With Former Cuomo Aide From South Salem

    Exec Admits To Pay-For-Play Scheme With Former Cuomo Aide From South Salem

    A former executive at a Hudson Valley-headquartered power plant pleaded guilty to bribery for his role in a pay-to-play scheme involving a Northern Westchester resident and former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.Former Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) executive Peter Kelly, 54, admitted in Manhattan Federal Court on Friday that to further his relationship with South Salem resident Joseph ...

  8. Two Charged In Armed Robbery That Led To 125 MPH Two-County Chase

    Two Charged In Armed Robbery That Led To 125 MPH Two-County Chase

    Two men are behind bars after an armed robbery at an AT&T store in the Hudson Valley led to a high-speed chase through Sullivan and Orange counties ended off Route 17K in Bloomingburg on Friday afternoon.Charges were announced Saturday for a pair of New York City men in connection with the robbery.At 12:49 PM on Friday, May 11, Monticello Police responded to a 911 report of an armed ...

  9. Trump Told Of Schneiderman Abuse Years Ago, Area Lawyer Says

    Trump Told Of Schneiderman Abuse Years Ago, Area Lawyer Says

    As Trump University was the target of an investigation by then-New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman more than four years ago, Donald Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, were told through a Hudson Valley-based attorney that Schneiderman was accused of sexually abusing two women.The attorney, Peter J. Gleason of Mahopac, is now saying info about the two women might be ...

  10. Four Hospitalized, 40 Displaced In Three-Alarm Westchester Fire

    Four Hospitalized, 40 Displaced In Three-Alarm Westchester Fire

    Four people have been hospitalized and nine families with a total of 40 persons have been displaced after a three-alarm fire broke out in a four-story apartment building in Yonkers.The blaze at 221 Nepperhan Ave. was reported at 3:15 a.m. Saturday.The four people -- all civilians -- were taken to St Joes Hospital for smoke inhalation, said Thomas Fitzpatrick of the Yonkers Fire ...

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