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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. New Storm System Could Bring Up To 3 Inches Of Snow To Area

    New Storm System Could Bring Up To 3 Inches Of Snow To Area

    Click here for an updated report: Storm System Bringing Snow Now Expected To Arrive LaterAn Alberta Clipper storm system that is expected to affect the area early this week could result in slippery travel with the potential for up to 3 inches of snow.After mostly sunny and bitterly cold days Sunday and Monday, with highs in the mid 20s but wind-chill values between zero and the single ...

  2. Black Ice Advisory Issued As Arctic Air Arrives In Area

    Black Ice Advisory Issued As Arctic Air Arrives In Area

    A storm system that brought heavy rain to the region Friday will usher in the arrival of arctic air that will last through early next week.Much colder air will be moving into the region Saturday morning with temperatures expected to fall to below freezing mid to late, the National Weather Service said.Temperatures will then continue to slowly fall through the remainder of the day, ...

  3. Deep Freeze Will Be Followed By Some Snow, Then Warmer Temps

    Deep Freeze Will Be Followed By Some Snow, Then Warmer Temps

    The deep freeze that has gripped the tristate area for nearly two weeks will finally loosen -- at least temporarily.The weather pattern change will come after a bone-chilling Sunday in which residents in some parts of the area north of I-84 woke up to temperatures as low as 20 degrees below zero and a Monday in which some snow is now likely.Sunday will be mostly sunny with diminishing ...

  4. Stamford Resident Lindsay White, 33, Teacher In Wilton

    Stamford Resident Lindsay White, 33, Teacher In Wilton

    Lindsay M. White of Stamford and formerly of Tarrytown died Jan. Friday, 5, 2018 after a long illness. Born in North Tarrytown on Feb. 6, 1984, she was the daughter of Robert and Janis Cunitz Schrader.Lindsay had been a teacher at the Goddard School in Wilton. After graduation from Sleepy Hollow High School, she went on to college and continued her education by earning two masters’ ...

  5. Macy's To Close Seven Stores, Cut 5,000 Jobs

    Macy's To Close Seven Stores, Cut 5,000 Jobs

    Department store chain Macy's announced the locations of seven store closures as well as plans to eliminate 5,000 jobs.The latest move comes after a slight uptick in holiday sales in which Macy's reported a 1 percent boost in sales in November and December compared to the same period last year.Macy's had previously announced it would be closing 11 stores, identifying four. The seven ...

  6. Dangerous Cold Will Be Followed By New Storm Bringing Ice, Snow To Area

    Dangerous Cold Will Be Followed By New Storm Bringing Ice, Snow To Area

    A dangerously cold weekend with wind-chill factors plummeting to as low -22 degrees in parts of the area will be followed a new storm system that will usher in warmer temperatures but not before bringing snow and ice."While heavy precipitation is not anticipated by the storm at this time, it just takes a small amount of ice to make roads and sidewalks a skating rink," ...

  7. Projected Snowfall Totals Increased As Storm Arrives

    Projected Snowfall Totals Increased As Storm Arrives

    Click here for an updated story: Nor'easter Reaches 'Bomb Cyclone' StatusThe National Weather Service has increased projected snowfall totals for the region in an update Wednesday morning on a coastal storm moving through the Northeast that could bring blizzard conditions to extreme eastern Long Island and part of New England.In the new update, areas farther east and south could now see ...

  8. Snowfall Projections Released For New Storm Headed To Area

    Snowfall Projections Released For New Storm Headed To Area

    Click here for an updated story: Projected Snowfall Totals Increased Ahead Of Arrival Of New StormEarlier report:A coastal storm that will pack winds gusting up to 40 mph is expected to bring up to 3 inches of snowfall to the area, with as much as 6 inches possible farther south and east.The storm should arrive overnight Wednesday and continue during the day on Thursday with a high ...

  9. Stamford Resident Anthony Packes Dies At 36

    Stamford Resident Anthony Packes Dies At 36

    Westchester native Anthony J. Packes of Stamford and formerly of Hawthorne died on Saturday, Dec. 30 surrounded by his family. He was 36.He was born on Oct. 31, 1981 to John and Patricia (nee Batiste) Packes in Mount Vernon. Anthony was a Project Mgr. for Life in Mobile in Stamford.Besides his parents, John and Patricia Packes of Hawthorne, he is survived by his loving and devoted wife, ...

  10. 10th US Victim ID'd In Crash That Killed Five Members Of Area Family

    10th US Victim ID'd In Crash That Killed Five Members Of Area Family

    The 10th American fatality in a crash that claimed the lives of 12, including all five members of a Westchester family on Sunday afternoon in northwestern Costa Rica has been identified.The final U.S. citizen killed was Amanda Geissler, a trip leader of the Backroads Active Travel Company, said company spokeswoman Liz Einbinder. Geissler, a Utah native, was a graduate of the University ...

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