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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. Crashes Causes Gridlock On Both I-95, Merritt During Evening Commute

    Crashes Causes Gridlock On Both I-95, Merritt During Evening Commute

    This story has been updated.There was gridlock on stretches of both I-95 and the Merritt during the Tuesday evening commute following crashes that blocked lanes.The center lane was blocked on northbound I-95 between Route 1/Post Road (Exit 5) and Harvard Avenue (Exit 6) in Stamford with stopped traffic at the scene and gridlock to Arch Street (Exit 3) in Greenwich before the lane ...

  2. Nor'easter Will Bring First Accumulating Snow Of Season To Region

    Nor'easter Will Bring First Accumulating Snow Of Season To Region

    This story has been updated.A storm that swept through the area tapered off early Tuesday afternoon after bringing around 2 inches of rainfall.But later this week, a Nor'easter that will hit the area Thursday into early Friday will have something of everything: namely, rain, sleet and the first accumulating snowfall of the season.After a mostly sunny day on Wednesday with a ...

  3. It's Official: New Amazon HQ2 Headquarters Will Bring 25K High-Paying Jobs To NYC Area

    It's Official: New Amazon HQ2 Headquarters Will Bring 25K High-Paying Jobs To NYC Area

    In one of the most anticipated business announcements in years, Seattle-based Amazon said Tuesday morning that it will split its second headquarters between the New York City and Northern Virginia.Speculation had swirled since September 2017 when the global giant Internet retailer said it was seeking proposals from cities and metropolitan areas across North America to compete for its ...

  4. Stray Elephant Strolls Off Sanctuary, Onto Road In Tristate Area

    Stray Elephant Strolls Off Sanctuary, Onto Road In Tristate Area

    An elephant that survived the Vietnam War took a Veterans' Day stroll off an animal sanctuary in the Hudson Valley and onto a local road before New York State Police quickly responded and helped escort her back home.The incident occurred Sunday night in Orange County. Troopers from the Middletown barracks responded to a roadway alongside a field near the Sanctuary for Animals in ...

  5. Norwalk Man Charged With DUI After Car Strikes State Police Cruiser In New Canaan

    Norwalk Man Charged With DUI After Car Strikes State Police Cruiser In New Canaan

    A 31-year-old Norwalk man is facing multiple charges, including driving under the influence, after striking a Connecticut State Police cruiser near an entrance ramp to the Merritt Parkway, New Canaan Police said.The incident occurred on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 11 p.m. when Nicholas James Cenatiempo drove the work way in a construction zone on Old Stamford Road, according to police.Police also ...

  6. Storm Watch: Up To 2" Of Rain Here, Half-Foot Of Snow In Upstate NY, NH, VT

    Storm Watch: Up To 2" Of Rain Here, Half-Foot Of Snow In Upstate NY, NH, VT

    A large storm will that sweep through the area overnight Monday into Tuesday will bring up to 2 inches of rainfall to this area and as much as a half-foot of snow in parts of upstate New York and New England.Precipitation will be rain for most of the region, but some area farthest north could see a mix of snow and rain. Parts of northernmost New York, near the borders of Quebec and ...

  7. Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree From Hudson Valley Arrives In Manhattan

    Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree From Hudson Valley Arrives In Manhattan

    The Hudson Valley will have a prominent and permanent presence throughout the holiday season in midtown Manhattan.This year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has arrived in Manhattan from Orange County. The Norway Spruce, the property of a farmhouse in the hamlet of Wallkill in the Town of Newburgh, was cut down on Thursday, Nov. 8 before arriving in New York City on Saturday, ...

  8. Turkey Salmonella Outbreak Sickens Three In CT, First Death Reported

    Turkey Salmonella Outbreak Sickens Three In CT, First Death Reported

    With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the first death has been reported in a monthslong salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey that has sickened more than 160 people nationwide.The death occurred in California and was reported on Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Twelve people have fallen ill in New York and three in Connecticut. A total of 165 have been ...

  9. College Student Fan Bus En Route To Ivy League Football Game At Yale Bowl Crashes Off I-95 Exit

    College Student Fan Bus En Route To Ivy League Football Game At Yale Bowl Crashes Off I-95 Exit

    A coach-style bus carrying Princeton football student fans to the Yale Bowl for the Ivy League game crashed after exiting the northbound I-95 ramp in West Haven on Saturday.Campbell Avenue was closed for several hours after the crash at Exit 43.The bus, which was carrying about three dozen people, crossed the intersection without stopping and continued onto the property of Anderson ...

  10. Reports Of Peeping Tom Lead To Arrest Of Suspect In Burglary, Other Crimes In Stamford

    Reports Of Peeping Tom Lead To Arrest Of Suspect In Burglary, Other Crimes In Stamford

    Complaints of a Peeping Tom in a Stamford neighborhood led to the apprehension of a 45-year-old burglary suspect linked to a burglary and other crimes.At approximately 11 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, Officer Eric Cooper, a rookie with the department, began to check the Parc Grove Apartments at 180 Broad St. as a result of numerous previous reports of suspicious activity and resident ...

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