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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 director, manager, editor, producer, 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, Irvington (NY) High School and University of Dayton 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 as managing editor after serving as sports editorial consultant from August 2011 through January 2012. He was named to oversee editorial operations as the Managing Director/Content in the fall of 2017.

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  1. COVID-19 In Connecticut By The Numbers: Town-By-Town Rundown Of Cases, Other Key Info

    COVID-19 In Connecticut By The Numbers: Town-By-Town Rundown Of Cases, Other Key Info

    There are 2,571 positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Connecticut as of Monday afternoon, March 30.A total of 1,445 of those cases are in Fairfield County (56 percent). For a look at other counties in the state with the most cases, check the first image above.The number of fatalities is 36, with 21 of the deaths in Fairfield County. Litchfield saw its first resident ...

  2. Third Dutchess Resident Dies From COVID-19

    Third Dutchess Resident Dies From COVID-19

    The third death of a Dutchess County resident related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been confirmed.The Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community Health announced the fatality on Monday afternoon, March 30. Dutchess County currently has more than 320 positive cases of COVID-19 and testing expanded locally last week.The department said the ...

  3. Man Critically Injured After Being Hit By Car At Busy Long Island Intersection

    Man Critically Injured After Being Hit By Car At Busy Long Island Intersection

    A man was critically injured after being struck by a car at a busy intersection on Long Island.It happened  Sunday, March 29 at approximately 9 p.m. in Copiague.Gina Liquori, 21, of Massapequa, was driving a 2015 Nissan Altima westbound on Sunrise Highway (Route 27), at the intersection of Decker Street, when the vehicle struck a 50-year-old man in the ...

  4. COVID-19: Latest Rundown Of 142 Putnam County Positive Cases By Town

    COVID-19: Latest Rundown Of 142 Putnam County Positive Cases By Town

    Putnam County now has 142 positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).The latest report was released Sunday, March 29.“We need to do our best to slow the spread of the outbreak, to flatten the curve, and protect our health care system from becoming overwhelmed,” County Executive MaryEllen Odell said. “I really want to commend all of our residents for taking these orders as ...

  5. COVID-19: Seventh Death Linked To Novel Coronavirus Reported In Ridgefield

    COVID-19: Seventh Death Linked To Novel Coronavirus Reported In Ridgefield

    A seventh death related to the novel coronavirus has been confirmed in Ridgefield.Those who died were all residents of the Ridgefield Crossings senior living facility on Route 7 (Danbury Road), Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi said.As of Sunday, March 29, there are 64 confirmed active cases COVID-19 cases in Ridgefield with ages ranging from 12 to ...

  6. COVID-19: Here's Breakdown Of Hudson Valley's 12,417 Cases By County

    COVID-19: Here's Breakdown Of Hudson Valley's 12,417 Cases By County

    More than 12,000 of the nearly 60,000 positive cases of the novel coronavirus (CODIV-19) in New York State are in the Hudson Valley.The 12,417 cases represent 20.8 percent of the state's 59,513 cases. Of the nearly 60,000 cases, 33,768 are in New York City - 56.7 percent of the cases in the state.Westchester's 8,519 cases account for 68.6 percent of Hudson Valley cases and 14.3 percent ...

  7. COVID-19: Latest Rundown Of Putnam County Positive Cases By Town

    COVID-19: Latest Rundown Of Putnam County Positive Cases By Town

    Putnam County now has 122 positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).Here is the breakdown of positive cases by town as of Sunday, March 29.:Carmel 57Kent 20Patterson 9Phillipstown 7Putnam Valley 10Southeast 19

  8. Norwalk, With Most COVID-19 Cases In CT, Takes Three Emergency Measures

    Norwalk, With Most COVID-19 Cases In CT, Takes Three Emergency Measures

    With more than 200 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, the most of any city or two in Connecticut, Norwalk is taking emergency action to battle the pandemic.On Sunday, March 29, Norwalk Mayor Harry W. Rilling issued three emergency orders. These orders become effective at 8 p.m. Monday, March 30 and will remain in place until further notice.“I’ve asked nicely and implored the ...

  9. COVID-19: NY Pause Act, Which Bans Non-Essential Gatherings, Extended Through Passover, Easter

    COVID-19: NY Pause Act, Which Bans Non-Essential Gatherings, Extended Through Passover, Easter

    The order for non-essential employees to work from home and bans non-essential gatherings of any size in New York State amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been extended through the Passover and Easter holidays, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.The PAUSE measure in which only essential businesses can have workers commuting took effect Sunday night, March 22. It's now in effect until ...

  10. COVID-19: These Are Top Five Foods For Panic Buyers

    COVID-19: These Are Top Five Foods For Panic Buyers

    We all know panic buying has caused stores to sell out of certain staples, such as toilet paper, during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.But what food items are now most in demand?According to Nielsen, compared to a year ago, these food items have seen the biggest increases in sales amid the outbreak:Oat milk, up 476.7 percentDried beans, up 230.5 percentCanned meat, up 187.8 ...

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