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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.

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  1. Know Them? Pair Of Chihuahuas Found In Westchester

    Know Them? Pair Of Chihuahuas Found In Westchester

    Do you know them?A Fairfield County resident found the two dogs roaming in the southern Westchester County area. "Although these dogs most likely are from out of state, we are hoping the owner will see this post through social media," the Ridgefield Police Department said.The two dogs are:Chocolate Brown female chihuahua, no chip, no collar Salt and pepper wire haired ...

  2. Woman From Hudson Valley ID'd As One Of Four Americans Killed In Syria Suicide Bombing

    Woman From Hudson Valley ID'd As One Of Four Americans Killed In Syria Suicide Bombing

    This story has been updated.A Hudson Valley woman has been identified as one of the four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in Syria on Wednesday, Jan. 16.Navy Chief Cryptologic Technician Shannon M. Kent, 35, who grew up in Pine Plains in Dutchess County, was a sailor assigned to Cryptologic Warfare Activity 66, based at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. Other victims identified ...

  3. Significant Ice Accumulation From Major Storm Could Lead To Power Outages This Weekend

    Significant Ice Accumulation From Major Storm Could Lead To Power Outages This Weekend

    An overnight round of light snow resulted in a coating to up to an inch of accumulation on Friday morning.But that was just a very small taste of what's in store as a major storm the National Weather Service describes as "multi-hazard" comes this weekend. The storm's biggest threat will be ice, especially north of I-287 and the Merritt Parkway and just south of I-84, where a ...

  4. Schools Announce Delayed Starts For Friday

    Schools Announce Delayed Starts For Friday

    The following schools and school districts have announced delayed starts on Friday, Jan. 18 as a result of the winter storm.Westchester CountyGreenburg-Graham Union Free School District, one-hour delayIona Prep, Lower School faculty and staff are asked to report by 9:30 a.m.; students by 10. Upper School faculty and staff are asked to report by 10 a.m., students by 10:30 and all ...

  5. Snow, Ice Accumulation Projections Released For Major Storm That Will Follow Overnight Snow

    Snow, Ice Accumulation Projections Released For Major Storm That Will Follow Overnight Snow

    Projected snowfall and ice accumulations for the major winter snow that will sweep through the area this weekend have been released, but a preview of that system will come with a separate system bringing light snow overnight into Friday.The back-to-back storms will be followed by a blast of Arctic Air and a dangerous wintry mix with an accumulation of ice that could cause power ...

  6. Saw Mill Parkway Reopens Following Fatal Crash In Bedford Hills

    Saw Mill Parkway Reopens Following Fatal Crash In Bedford Hills

    Latest updateThe Saw Mill River Parkway reopened northbound in Bedford Hills early Thursday night following an investigation of more than six hours following a fatal, single-vehicle crash that occurred before noon.UpdateThe northbound Saw Mill River Parkway near the Bedford Hills-Mount Kisco border is expected to be closed through the evening commute Thursday, Jan. 18 as the ...

  7. Back-To-Back Storms Will Be Followed By Ice, Arctic Blast, Possible Power Outages

    Back-To-Back Storms Will Be Followed By Ice, Arctic Blast, Possible Power Outages

    The back-to-back storms that will sweep through the area late this week will be followed by a blast of Arctic Air and an accumulation of ice that could cause power outages on Sunday.The first storm will come overnight Thursday night, Jan. 17 into Friday morning, Jan.18 with widespread 1 to 4 inches of accumulation, with the higher amounts farther north. Snow is expected to arrive ...

  8. Amber Alert Update: 2-Year-Old Abducted In NYC Found After Near 24-Hour Search

    Amber Alert Update: 2-Year-Old Abducted In NYC Found After Near 24-Hour Search

    Update:The 2-year-old girl with autism who was abducted in New York City has been found safe and a suspect is in custody after a nearly 24-hour search.Seniya Benitez, 2, who is non-verbal and has autism, was kidnapped by her father, 21-year-old Christian Benitez, who is not permitted to have unsupervised contact, in the Bronx near Gleason Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, police ...

  9. Eye On The Storms: Here's The Latest On Back-To-Back Rounds Of Snowfall

    Eye On The Storms: Here's The Latest On Back-To-Back Rounds Of Snowfall

    Old Man Winter is about to wake up from his nap.Get set for back-to-back storms that will make it look and feel like it really is the middle of January.The first storm will come overnight Thursday night into Friday morning with widespread 1 to 4 inches of accumulation, with the higher amounts farther north. For the latest snowfall projections, see the third image above.Travel will ...

  10. One-Two Punch: System With Accumulating Snow Will Be Followed By Bigger Weekend Storm

    One-Two Punch: System With Accumulating Snow Will Be Followed By Bigger Weekend Storm

    A quick-moving system that bringing accumulating snowfall to the region Thursday night into Friday morning will be just a preview of a much more significant snowstorm expected in a bigger weekend storm. Travel will be hazardous due to poor visibility and snow-covered roads, particularly across the interior for the Friday morning commute, the National Weather Service ...

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