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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. Protests Lead To Several Road Closures

    Protests Lead To Several Road Closures

    Protests over police-involved deaths caused several road closures in Connecticut on Sunday afternoon, May 31.All roads affected in Norwalk reopened by 4 p.m., Norwalk Police said.Connecticut Avenue (Route 1) had been closed between Rampart Road and Scribner Avenue in Norwalk. The closure was extended to Scribner Avenue.In addition, South Main Street near the Norwalk Police Station ...

  2. COVID-19: Dentists Cleared To Reopen Statewide

    COVID-19: Dentists Cleared To Reopen Statewide

    Dentists can now reopen for all services statewide as New York slowly reopens its economy amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement on Sunday, May 31. Dental offices can get back to business beginning Monday, June 1.Those offices will be subject to state guidance on best practices for safety and social distancing. That news ...

  3. Protests Lead To More Road Closures In Fairfield County

    Protests Lead To More Road Closures In Fairfield County

    This story has been updated.Roadways that were closed in Norwalk due to protests over police-involved incidents, including the George Floyd incident in Minneapolis, have now reopened. All roads affected in the city reopened by 4 p.m. Sunday, May 31, Norwalk Police said.Connecticut Avenue (Route 1) had been closed between Rampart Road and Scribner Avenue in Norwalk. The closure was ...

  4. Suspect Nabbed Shortly After Overnight Burglary Of Long Island Business

    Suspect Nabbed Shortly After Overnight Burglary Of Long Island Business

    A 21-year-old suspect was caught shortly a Long Island business was burglarized overnight.The owner of Touch of Class Collision, located in Valley Stream at 120 East Hawthorne Avenue, received a notification from his alarm company that an unknown subject was inside his store at about 1 a.m. Sunday, May 31, Nassau County Police said.The owner immediately brought up video of the location ...

  5. Suspect Apprehended After Mother, Daughter Found Shot, Killed In Area Residence

    Suspect Apprehended After Mother, Daughter Found Shot, Killed In Area Residence

    A suspect has been apprehended after a mother and her daughter were found shot to death at an area residence early last week.The incident took place in Rockland County in a cottage in the rear of 104 Lake Road in Valley Cottage on Tuesday, May 26.The two, 63-year-old Wanda Castor and 27-year-old Kathleen Castor, both of Valley Cottage, were found with what appeared to be ...

  6. NYC Protests Spread To All Boroughs, With Over 300 Arrested, Dozens Of NYPD Vehicles Damaged

    NYC Protests Spread To All Boroughs, With Over 300 Arrested, Dozens Of NYPD Vehicles Damaged

    The third night of protests in New York City in response to the death of George Floyd resulted in more than 300 arrests and vandalism to dozens of police vehicles.The protests, which had been in lower Manhattan and Brooklyn the previous two nights, stretched to all five boroughs on Saturday, May 30, and included some of the city's landmarks.Earlier story - Hudson ...

  7. Protestors Force Their Way Into Bridgeport Police Headquarters

    Protestors Force Their Way Into Bridgeport Police Headquarters

    A large protest in Fairfield County over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis that caused the closure of Route 8 for several hours followed a confrontation in which protestors forced their way into Bridgeport Police Headquarters.About 150 people were involved in the organized protest that began around noontime on Saturday, May 30 at McLevy Green on Bank Street in ...

  8. 22-Year-Old Charged After Fatal Hit-Run Long Island Crash

    22-Year-Old Charged After Fatal Hit-Run Long Island Crash

    A man was arrested for leaving the scene of a crash that killed a pedestrian overnight on Long Island.It happened in Dix Hills on Saturday, May 30 just before 11 p.m.Romero Crossman, 22, was driving a 2009 BMW 528i northbound on Straight Path/Seaman Neck Road when the vehicle struck a pedestrian crossing the roadway at the intersection of Clarendon Street, Suffolk County ...

  9. Large Protest Over George Floyd Death Causes Road Closures In Fairfield County

    Large Protest Over George Floyd Death Causes Road Closures In Fairfield County

    A large protest in Fairfield County over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis is causing road closures Saturday, May 30.Connecticut State Police announced just after 5 p.m. that Route 8 in Bridgeport has been shut down to allow  for protesters. The protest is in the area of southbound Route 25 (Exit 3 off-ramp) and northbound between the Exit 3 off and on ramp of the ...

  10. COVID-19: Here's What's Open, Closed In CT As Big Drop In Hospitalizations Continues

    COVID-19: Here's What's Open, Closed In CT As Big Drop In Hospitalizations Continues

    Hospitalizations in Connecticut related to the novel coronavirus  (COVID-19) have dropped once again.Gov. Ned Lamont announced late Saturday afternoon, May 30 that there are now 533 patients are being hospitalized. That's a drop of 44 from a day earlier.For a rundown of what's open and closed in Connecticut, click here.During the pandemic, 42,022 have tested positive, with 260 new ...

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