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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. Lifelong Area Resident Loses Battle With Early Onset Alzheimer's

    Lifelong Area Resident Loses Battle With Early Onset Alzheimer's

    Deborah L. Miller, a lifelong area resident, lost her battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease on March 16 at home with her family by her side. She was 64.Born in Poughkeepsie on Nov. 18, 1953, she was the daughter of John and Christina Merte Whiten. Her father predeceased her and her mother survives.She worked for the National Park Service for 30 years as a museum aide and was also ...

  2. Missing Westchester Man Found In Peekskill

    Missing Westchester Man Found In Peekskill

    Update:The Missing Adult Alert activated Wednesday for a 92-year-old Westchester man has been canceled.Peekskill Police located him and he is safe, the New York State Public Safety Department said.Original report:A Missing Person Alert was issued Wednesday evening related to the disappearance of a 92-year-old Westchester man.Harold Hess is a white, 5-foot-4, 140-pound vulnerable adult ...

  3. Teacher's Aide Had Loaded Gun In Her Handbag At Area School, Police Say

    Teacher's Aide Had Loaded Gun In Her Handbag At Area School, Police Say

    Click here for an updated story: Rockland Teacher's Aide Charged With Felony For Bringing Loaded Gun To SchoolAn investigation is continuing after police say they determined a teacher's aide was carrying a loaded firearm in her handbag on Wednesday morning in Rockland County.At approximately 9 a.m., the Clarkstown Police Department responded to the Rockland BOCES Jesse J. Kaplan School ...

  4. Missing Westchester Woman Found Safe

    Missing Westchester Woman Found Safe

    Update:The 67-year-old woman last seen at the Empire City Casino in Yonkers on Monday night was safely located in the Bronx by the NYPD on Tuesday afternoon, the New York Public Safety Department said. She was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Original report:A Missing Person Alert has been issued related to the disappearance of a 67-year-old Westchester woman.Martha Rivera is a ...

  5. BMW's Self-Closing Door Severed Area Man’s Thumb, Lawsuit Says

    BMW's Self-Closing Door Severed Area Man’s Thumb, Lawsuit Says

    A systems engineer from the tristate area is suing BMW for $13.5 million after he said the self-closing door of his car severed his right thumb.Godwin Boateng of Valley Stream on Long Island said the $70,000 BMW SUV does not have a sensor to detect whether there's a body part or an object in the path of the door.The 62-year-old's attorney, Avi Cohen, described the BMW X5’s door as ...

  6. Crash Involving Overturned Car Ties Up Traffic On Hutch

    Crash Involving Overturned Car Ties Up Traffic On Hutch

    This story has been updated.There was stop-and-go traffic on a stretch of the Hutchinson River Parkway after a crash involving an overturned vehicle during the tail end of the evening commute on Monday.The incident, on the southbound side, occurred just before 6 p.m. at North Street/Route 127 (Exit 25) in Harrison with traffic backed up to I-287.

  7. Serious I-684 Causes Gridlock During Evening Commute

    Serious I-684 Causes Gridlock During Evening Commute

    This story has been updated.There was gridlock on a stretch of northbound I-684 during much of the Monday evening commute as a crash took out two lanes before being cleared.The incident occurred at Route 35 (Exit 6) in Katonah with stop-and-go delays to Route 172 (Exit 4) in Bedford.Delays of around an hour occurred while the two lanes were blocked.

  8. Snow Showers Sweep Through Area: How Long Will They Last?

    Snow Showers Sweep Through Area: How Long Will They Last?

    The winter that seemingly will not end -- with the start of spring notwithstanding -- is making yet another encore appearance Sunday morning.Chilly temperatures, combined with wind-chill values at or below the freezing mark have resulted in bands of scattered snow showers spreading through the tristate area Sunday morning.How long will they last?Until about midday when temperatures ...

  9. Man Charged With Violating Order Of Protection In Westchester

    Man Charged With Violating Order Of Protection In Westchester

    A 46-year-old man from Bergen County is facing a criminal contempt charge in Yorktown after allegedly violating a court-issued Order of Protection in Northern Westchester.Ridgewood resident Benjamin Sanders surrendered himself into police custody on Thursday afternoon following reports that he violated a Westchester County Family Court Temporary Order of Protection by texting and ...

  10. Thousands In Westchester Join 'March For Our Lives' Gun Violence Protests

    Thousands In Westchester Join 'March For Our Lives' Gun Violence Protests

    Thousands of Hudson Valley residents participated in March For Our Lives events protesting gun violence on Saturday, which coincided with the massive rally organized by students throughout the county attended by more than half a million in Washington, D.C.An event in White Plains drew more than 3,000, with students from throughout the area leading the way. It kicked off at Post Road ...

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