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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. NY Amber Alert Canceled After 3-Month-Old Found Safe

    NY Amber Alert Canceled After 3-Month-Old Found Safe

    Update:The New York State Amber Alert issued after the abduction of a baby near Albany has been canceled after the 3-month-old was found safe.No further details were immediately released.Earlier report:A New York State Amber Alert has been activated following the abduction of a 3-month-old boy on Friday afternoon.The baby, Donovan Bragg, was last seen with Frank T. Bragg, 40, and Amanda ...

  2. Missing Westchester Woman Found Safe

    Missing Westchester Woman Found Safe

    Update:The New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of a Westchester woman was canceled earlier Friday night. Myrna Jimenez of Yonkers was safely located by a concerned citizen in the Bronx, according to the New York Public Safety Department.Original report:A New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the ...

  3. Westchester Brothers Plead Guilty In $1M Heist Of School-Bound Computers

    Westchester Brothers Plead Guilty In $1M Heist Of School-Bound Computers

    Two brothers from Northern Westchester pleaded guilty Thursday for participating in a scheme to steal, transport and sell 1,200 computers valued at $1 million meant for two high schools in New Jersey, announced Joon H. Kim, the acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.Anton Saljanin and Gjon Saljanin of Yorktown Heights are scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. ...

  4. Not Over Yet: Hurricanes Could Threaten East Coast Through November

    Not Over Yet: Hurricanes Could Threaten East Coast Through November

    Conditions will remain favorable for tropical storms and hurricanes to form over the Atlantic for several more weeks, according to AccuWeather.com.There have been 15 tropical storms, 10 hurricanes and five major hurricanes so far in the 2017 Atlantic season, which started in June and lasts through Nov. 30."Since the satellite era began during the early 1960s, 2017 is the only year ...

  5. Donald Trump Takes Plunge In New Forbes Ranking Of 400 Wealthiest Americans

    Donald Trump Takes Plunge In New Forbes Ranking Of 400 Wealthiest Americans

    Donald Trump has been trumpeting the gains the stock market has seen since he became the 45th president, but his own wallet took a big hit the last year.A total of $600 million to be exact.As a result, Trump dropped from 156th place in 2016 on Forbes magazine’s annual list of the wealthiest 400 Americans to 248th this year, in rankings released Tuesday. His net worth fell from $3.7 ...

  6. Pickup Truck Creates I-684 Gridlock During Morning Commute

    Pickup Truck Creates I-684 Gridlock During Morning Commute

    This story has been updated.There was gridlock on a stretch of southbound I-684 for much of the Tuesday morning commute near the Northern Westchester/Putnam border after an incident that initially blocked two lanes.The gridlock was the result of a fully engulfed pickup truck fire at Hardscrabble Road (Exit 8) in North Salem.

  7. Longtime Westchester Resident Rick Pitino Fired With $44M Left On Contract

    Longtime Westchester Resident Rick Pitino Fired With $44M Left On Contract

    Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino, who has maintained homes in Westchester for more than 25 years, was fired with "just cause" by the University of Louisville's athletic board despite arguments from his lawyers that the had no knowledge of activities alleged in an FBI investigation.Pitino had been placed on unpaid leave as head men's basketball coach on Sept. 27 a day after the ...

  8. Westchester Native Andrew Michael DiMaggio Dies At 25

    Westchester Native Andrew Michael DiMaggio Dies At 25

    Westchester native Andrew Michael DiMaggio of Lagrangeville died unexpectedly on Saturday, Oct. 14. He was 25.Born in New Rochelle on March 9, 1992, Andrew was the son of Andrew and Eileen (Connell) DiMaggio. He graduated from Arlington High School in 2010 and had been employed by Trump Golf Course. He enjoyed skateboarding, snowboarding, hiking, cliff jumping, dirt biking and ...

  9. Big Chill: Frost Advisory In Effect For Most Of Hudson Valley

    Big Chill: Frost Advisory In Effect For Most Of Hudson Valley

    The season's first frost advisory is in effect for most of the Hudson Valley.The advisory, which is in effect from 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. Tuesday, includes Northern Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess and Orange counties.The entire region will see the coldest evening of the season, with overnight temperatures dipping to the mid- to low-30sA frost advisory means widespread frost is ...

  10. Eric Moser, 43, Of Eastchester

    Eric Moser, 43, Of Eastchester

    Eric T. Moser of Eastchester died suddenly on Tuesday, Oct. 10. He was 43.He was the husband of Maureen Beyer Moser for 21 years and father of Julia, Gregory, Mary and Paul Moser. He was son of Becky Hill Moser and the late Craig Moser, brother of Christopher (Anna) Moser and brother-in-law of Shaileen Beyer, Rita (John) Buettner, Stephen (Kathryn) Beyer, Richard (Christina) Beyer, and ...

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