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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.

Joe Lombardi's Contributions

  1. Former Hudson Valley HS Star Helps Yale Lacrosse Win First National Title

    Former Hudson Valley HS Star Helps Yale Lacrosse Win First National Title

    A university with a proud history of accomplishments and a long line of distinguished alumni that includes five former U.S. presidents, Yale achieved a historic first on Monday.The university's men's lacrosse team defeated Duke 13-11 in the Division I championship game in Foxborough, Mass., giving the Bulldogs their first-ever national title in the sport.Yale (16-3), which never trailed ...

  2. Stop-Go Delays On Taconic After Crash Involving Motorcycle In Putnam

    Stop-Go Delays On Taconic After Crash Involving Motorcycle In Putnam

    There are stop-and-go delays on a stretch of the Taconic State Parkway on Monday afternoon following a serious crash involving a motorcycle.The crash, on the southbound side, is in Putnam Valley between Peekskill Hollow Road and Bryant Pond Road.Check back to Daily Voice for updates.

  3. Photos: Cuomo Marches Alongside Clintons In New Castle Memorial Day Parade

    Photos: Cuomo Marches Alongside Clintons In New Castle Memorial Day Parade

    They're three of the nation's major political figures, and they're also neighbors in Northern Westchester.On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo once again marched alongside Bill and Hillary Clinton in the New Castle Memorial Day Parade. (See photos above.)On Twitter, Hillary Clinton wrote: "Just returned from marching in the annual Chappaqua Memorial Day Parade with everyone from Governors ...

  4. Man Threatens Staff Members At Area Hospital, Police Say

    Man Threatens Staff Members At Area Hospital, Police Say

    A Westchester man was arrested after becoming belligerent and threatening staff members at Greenwich Hospital, police said.The incident occurred on Friday, May 25 in the nurse's station in the oncology department, according to Greenwich Police.Steven E. Wortham, 49, of White Plains made several verbal threats that caused the employees to fear for their safety, police said.Police charged ...

  5. Boyfriend, Girlfriend Go Missing On Long Island Sound

    Boyfriend, Girlfriend Go Missing On Long Island Sound

    UpdateThe search for two missing persons last heard from early Sunday morning on the Long Island Sound off the coast of eastern Connecticut was suspended after a 14-foot white-and-blue sailboat with no mast was found on Truman Beach, near Greenport in Suffolk County.Missing are Spencer Mugford, 21, and his girlfriend, 20-year-old Sophia McKenna, who were last seen shown paddling on a ...

  6. Support Pours In For Hudson Valley Native Who Survived Deadly Cougar Attack

    Support Pours In For Hudson Valley Native Who Survived Deadly Cougar Attack

    Friends have rallied around the Westchester native who survived an extremely rare and much-publicized cougar attack that resulted in the death of a friend last week in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle.Isaac "Izzy" Sederbaum, 31, a social science researcher who graduated from Byram Hills High School in Armonk, was treated for his injuries at a nearby hospital and has been ...

  7. Here's Latest Memorial Day Outlook: Humid, Some Sun; Will We See Storms?

    Here's Latest Memorial Day Outlook: Humid, Some Sun; Will We See Storms?

    This Is 'Literally Worst Place To Be' During Storms, Says Weather Service It won't be a picture-perfect Memorial (to say the least), but given the string of steamy, stormy weather, it won't be that bad either.Clouds will linger into Memorial Day morning, but there should be gradual clearing during the day with breaks of sun from west to east during the morning.The afternoon will be ...

  8. Major Recall Of Spam, Other Hormel Brand After Complaints Of Metal Objects

    Major Recall Of Spam, Other Hormel Brand After Complaints Of Metal Objects

    A major recall of Spam and another canned meat food made by Hormel has been ordered after four consumers complained about metal objects found in the food with minor injuries reported, the Department of Agriculture said.A total of 228,000 pounds of Spam and Hormel's Black-Label Luncheon Loaf have been recalled.The USDA said "minor oral injuries" were reported but said they ...

  9. Wesleyan Wins First National Lacrosse Title, Aided By Hudson Valley Players

    Wesleyan Wins First National Lacrosse Title, Aided By Hudson Valley Players

    Wesleyan University's men's lacrosse team won its first-ever NCAA Division III championship on Sunday, aided by the efforts of several former high school standouts from the area.The Cardinals, playing in their first-ever title game, defeated two-time defending national champion Salisbury 8-6 in Foxborough, Mass.Salisbury was looking for its 13th national championship.Wesleyan jumped out ...

  10. Lone Survivor Of Fatal Cougar Attack ID'd As Northern Westchester Native

    Lone Survivor Of Fatal Cougar Attack ID'd As Northern Westchester Native

    A Westchester native has been identified as the survivor of an extremely rare and much-publicized fatal cougar attack that occurred last week in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle.Isaac Sederbaum, 31, a social science researcher who graduated from Byram Hills High School in Armonk, was treated for his injuries at a nearby hospital and has been released.Sederbaum was mountain biking with ...

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