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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. Westchester Resident Aaron Dannenbring, College Sophomore, Dies At Age 20

    Westchester Resident Aaron Dannenbring, College Sophomore, Dies At Age 20

    Lifelong Westchester resident Aaron Joseph Dannenbring, who lived in Valhalla and Hawthorne, died suddenly on Wednesday, Jan. 30 in Valhalla.He was a sophomore economics student at Binghamton University. Vibrant and fun-loving, AJ loved hanging out with friends, working out at the gym, playing video games and D&D, and snowmobiling in winter with his dad and brother. He had a sense ...

  2. Snow For Super Bowl Sunday? Latest Forecast Details Timing

    Snow For Super Bowl Sunday? Latest Forecast Details Timing

    Click here for an updated story: Super Bowl Sunday Storm - Latest updateThe 52nd Super Bowl will provide plenty of football -- and also the chance of snow.A fast-moving storm is expected to bring light snow to the area Sunday.Periods of snow and rain are expected in the afternoon and evening with an inch or less of accumulation expected.The chance for snow starts shortly after midnight ...

  3. Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    The following Fairfield County school districts have announced delayed openings for Friday, Feb. 2 due to slick road conditions.Bethel, two-hour delayBrookfield, two-hour delayDanbury, two-hour delayDarien, two-hour delayMonroe, two-hour delayNew Canaan, two-hour delayNew Fairfield, three-hour delayNewtown, two-hour delayRidgefield, two-hour delaySherman, two-hour delayTrumbull, ...

  4. Overnight Snow Could Make For Slick Morning Commute

    Overnight Snow Could Make For Slick Morning Commute

    This story has been updated.A changeover of rain to snow overnight could make roads slick during the Friday morning commute.Rain will change to a wintry mix around midnight, followed by snow showers and snow as the overnight low dips to the mid-20s. An inch or less of accumulation is possible.The chance for snow will end around 9 a.m. Friday. Skies will gradually clear with some sun in ...

  5. Man Nabbed For Swindling $167K From Rye Brook Couple, Police Say

    Man Nabbed For Swindling $167K From Rye Brook Couple, Police Say

    A 48-year-old man has been charged with stealing $167,000 from a  Westchester couple over the course of several years, police said.Detectives from the Rye Brook Police Department charged Eric S. Jackier of Barker Avenue in White Plains with grand larceny in the second degree, a C felony on Thursday, Feb. 1.Jackier is accused of swindling the money over a four-year period from an elderly ...

  6. Serious Crash With Multiple Injuries Causes I-684 Gridlock

    Serious Crash With Multiple Injuries Causes I-684 Gridlock

    This story has been updated.There are residual delays on northbound I-684 late Thursday afternoon after a serious crash with multiple injuries initially blocked the left lane.The crash occurred just before 4 p.m. between Route 35 (Exit 6) in Katonah and Route 172 (Exit 4) in Bedford with stop-and-go delays to Route 22 in Armonk (Exit 3).Multiple ambulances rushed to the scene.Check back ...

  7. Super Blue Blood Moon Will Be Something We Haven't Seen Since 1866

    Super Blue Blood Moon Will Be Something We Haven't Seen Since 1866

    The weather should not interfere with sky gazers across the tristate area -- and much of the United States -- viewing a celestial event that has not happened in more than 150 years, according to AccuWeather.com.North America will be treated to a blue moon, supermoon and a lunar eclipse all at once during the early morning hours of Wednesday, creating a rare trifecta known as Super Blue ...

  8. Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    The following school districts in Fairfield County have announced delayed openings for Tuesday, Jan. 30.Bethel, two-hour delayBrookfield, two-hour delayDanbury, two-hour delayMonroe, three-hour delayNew Fairfield, two-hour delayNewtown, two-hour delaySherman, two-hour delayTrumbull, two-hour delayWeston, two-hour delayWilton, two-hour delay

  9. Expect Light Snow Overnight, Bigger Storm To End Workweek

    Expect Light Snow Overnight, Bigger Storm To End Workweek

    The bit of snow expected overnight Monday into Tuesday is just a small preview of what's expected later in the week when a more significant storm is expected.Scattered rain and snow showers Monday afternoon and evening will turn to all light snow showers overnight, with minimal accumulations of a coating or so possible.Tuesday will be mostly cloudy day with a high in the mid-30s. Sun ...

  10. Serious Area Crash Prompts Police Warning To Motorists

    Serious Area Crash Prompts Police Warning To Motorists

    Emergency responders rushed to the scene of a motor-vehicle crash late Sunday afternoon on I-84 in Dutchess County that prompted a warning to motorists by state police.There were no serious injuries in the crash in East Fishkill, police said."Please drive carefully, and if you miss your exit, do not back up," police said. "Get off at the next exit, and find the most ...

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