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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: Field Hospital Being Constructed At Northern Westchester Hospital

    COVID-19: Field Hospital Being Constructed At Northern Westchester Hospital

    As part of planning efforts to ensure it has the capacity to hospitalize patients with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Northern Westchester Hospital announced the construction of a field hospital that will be patient ready on Saturday, April 11. The field hospital is designed as a unit within the hospital with the same staffing ratio, equipment and supplies. The large ...

  2. COVID-19: 49 New Deaths Reported In CT; Some Towns Already Cancel Memorial Day, July 4th Events

    COVID-19: 49 New Deaths Reported In CT; Some Towns Already Cancel Memorial Day, July 4th Events

    There were 49 deaths in Connecticut related to the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours.That brings the total number of fatalities during the pandemic to 326 in the state, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Wednesday afternoon, April 8.There have now been 1,400 hospitalizations, with 110 more since Tuesday, April 7.Since Friday, March 13,  there have been 302,000 unemployment claims ...

  3. Putnam Now Has 427 COVID-19 Cases: Latest Rundown By Town, Breakdown By Sex, Age Groups

    Putnam Now Has 427 COVID-19 Cases: Latest Rundown By Town, Breakdown By Sex, Age Groups

    There are now 427 positive cases of the novel coronavirus in Putnam County.Twenty-two of those are hospitalized.Two COVID-19 deaths of county residents since Tuesday, April 7 have brought the total number of fatalities to 16.Here is a breakdown of cases by town:Carmel, 157Southeast, 85Kent, 66Putnam Valley, 44Patterson, 40Philipstown, 35Total: 427Men: 244, Women: 183In the first image ...

  4. COVID-19: Latest Breakdown Of New York's 5,489 Deaths By County

    COVID-19: Latest Breakdown Of New York's 5,489 Deaths By County

    Here is a breakdown of the 5,489 deaths related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in New York as of Wednesday morning, April 8, according to the state health department. The deaths are residents of each county listed below.Albany, 6Allegany, 1Bronx, 866Broome, 4Cayuga, 1Columbia, 4Cortland, 1Delaware, 1Dutchess, 15Erie, 34Fulton, 1Genesee, 1Herkimer, 3Kings ...

  5. Motorcyclist Killed In Fiery Crash At Long Island Intersection

    Motorcyclist Killed In Fiery Crash At Long Island Intersection

    A man was killed when a motorcycle burst into flames after crashing into a Jeep at a Long Island intersection.It happened on Tuesday, April 7 at around 8:21 p.m. in Mastic.Kristen Conrad, 31, of Manorville, was driving a 2006 Jeep Liberty southbound on Mastic Road, when the vehicle made a left turn onto Eleanor Avenue in the path of two northbound motorcycles, Suffolk County ...

  6. COVID-19: New CT Numbers, Including Fatalities, Cases By Towns, Cities

    COVID-19: New CT Numbers, Including Fatalities, Cases By Towns, Cities

    The number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rose by 875 in Connecticut on Tuesday, April 7.There are now 7,781 COVID-19 cases statewide.Of those cases, 4,136 (53 percent) are in Fairfield County. (See first image above.)Here are the three cities with the most cases in Connecticut:Stamford 1,000 cases,Norwalk 625,Danbury 609,New Haven 365,Bridgeport 346,Waterbury ...

  7. COVID-19: New Listing Of CT Cases By Towns, Cities

    COVID-19: New Listing Of CT Cases By Towns, Cities

    The number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rose by 875 in Connecticut on Tuesday, April 7.There are now 7,781 COVID-19 cases statewide.Of those cases, 4,136 (53 percent) are in Fairfield County. (See first image above.)Here are the three cities with the most cases in Connecticut:Stamford 1,000 cases,Norwalk 625,Danbury 609,New Haven 365,Bridgeport 346,Waterbury ...

  8. COVID-19: Long Island Trader Joe's Temporarily Closes; Worker Dies At Store In Westchester

    COVID-19: Long Island Trader Joe's Temporarily Closes; Worker Dies At Store In Westchester

    Trader Joe’s is temporarily closing a Long Island store amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic while a location in Westchester has also closed after a worker at that store died due to COVID-19 complications.The Long Island closure, announced on Monday, April 6, is in Garden City, on 910 Old Country Road, where additional cleaning is being performed before the location ...

  9. COVID-19: Trader Joe's In Westchester Temporarily Closes After Worker Dies

    COVID-19: Trader Joe's In Westchester Temporarily Closes After Worker Dies

    A Trader Joe's in Westchester has temporarily closed after a staff member died due to complications from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).The store is on Route 22 (727 White Plains Road) in Scarsdale.The store will also undergo additional precautionary cleaning and sanitization before reopening on Thursday, April 9.Trader Joe's also announced on Monday, April 6 that five other ...

  10. COVID-19: New Listing Of CT Cases By Towns, Cities

    COVID-19: New Listing Of CT Cases By Towns, Cities

    The number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rose by 1,231 in Connecticut on Monday, April 6.There are now 6,906 COVID-19 cases statewide.Of those cases, 3,719 (54 percent) are in Fairfield County. (See first image above.)Here are the three cities with the most cases in Connecticut:Stamford 888 cases,Norwalk 595,Danbury 570,Bridgeport 236See a complete rundown of ...

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