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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. Paul Bottari Of Larchmont Dies At 26 After Battle With Muscular Dystrophy

    Paul Bottari Of Larchmont Dies At 26 After Battle With Muscular Dystrophy

    Paul John Bottari died Monday morning, May 21, after a lifelong battle with Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy. A resident of Larchmont, he was 26.An avid sneakerhead, Paul was born on March 23, 1992, and managed to amass more than 300 pairs of sneakers in his 26 years.Paul will always be remembered for his keen sense of humor, voracious musical appetite, culinary prowess, and sartorial ...

  2. Memorial Day Weekend Will Start With Sun, But Could End With Storms

    Memorial Day Weekend Will Start With Sun, But Could End With Storms

    Timing is everything. That's especially true when it comes to weather.After a week-long stretch of stormy, rainy weather, skies brightened and sunshine was abundant just as many started their workweek on Monday.But this coming Monday is Memorial Day, so if the same scenario holds true, most will have an opportunity to take advantage of it.But not so fast.The Memorial Day weekend could ...

  3. Former Westchester HS Stars Help Wesleyan Lacrosse Make National Final

    Former Westchester HS Stars Help Wesleyan Lacrosse Make National Final

    Wesleyan University's men's lacrosse team has advanced to the NCAA Division III championship game on Memorial Day weekend and several former high school standouts from Fairfield and Westchester counties are a big reason why.The Cardinals upset top-ranked and previously unbeaten RIT 19-18 on Sunday afternoon in Rochester and will play either two-time defending national champion Salisbury ...

  4. Former Deputy Mayor In Westchester Named Molinaro's Running Mate

    Former Deputy Mayor In Westchester Named Molinaro's Running Mate

    Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro now has a running mate.The Dutchess County Executive announced Sunday afternoon that he has decided on former Rye Deputy Mayor Julie Killian.Killian has twice lost races for the State Senate, including this year when she fell to Shelley Mayer in a special election for Westchester County Executive George Latimer's former seat.Molinaro's ...

  5. Oh, Baby: These Are Most Popular Names For Newborn Boys, Girls In NY

    Oh, Baby: These Are Most Popular Names For Newborn Boys, Girls In NY

    Do you know anyone named Olivia? How about Liam?If the answer now is no, that will soon change.The Social Security Administration released its most popular boy and girl baby names of 2017 in each state on Thursday.In New York, there were 1,227 girls named Olivia, making that name No. 1. For boys, Liam took the top spot, with 1,227 male toddlers born last year now answering to that ...

  6. Rise In Temps Could Bring New Round Of Thunderstorms

    Rise In Temps Could Bring New Round Of Thunderstorms

    Sunday's weather will mark a big change after a rain-drenched, raw Saturday.For starters, it will be much warmer -- with the high temperature in the mid- to upper-70s -- and mainly dry, with just a slight chance of showers.In fact, some sunshine will even return.But with the warmup will come the risk of thunderstorms, mainly after noontime and into the evening."With the expected ...

  7. DA Calls For Immediate Action To Stem Mail Thefts In Westchester

    DA Calls For Immediate Action To Stem Mail Thefts In Westchester

    Related story: Pair Caught With Over 100 Pieces Of Stolen Mail In TarrytownWestchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. is calling on members of Congress to pressure the U.S. Postal Service to focus its attention and manpower on ending the rash of mail theft in communities throughout the county.Scarpino sent letters to Sen. Charles Schumer, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, Rep. ...

  8. Wet Mess: A Royally Rainy Weekend Could Bring New Rounds Of Storms

    Wet Mess: A Royally Rainy Weekend Could Bring New Rounds Of Storms

    Don't adjust your calendar. It really is the middle of May.But a nearly stationary front situated to the south of the area means a large swath of moisture will bring more rain than was projected with as much as an inch of rainfall this weekend. The rain and cloud will also result in raw temperatures on Saturday, with the high temperature in the mid-50s.Rain and showers will continue ...

  9. Westchester Teen Goes Missing Just Weeks Before Graduation

    Westchester Teen Goes Missing Just Weeks Before Graduation

    Have you seen him?Just weeks before his scheduled graduation, a Westchester teen has gone missing, Mount Pleasant Police said.Alex Garcia, 17, of Mount Pleasant is known to frequent Kensico Dam Plaza as well as White Plains. He sometimes takes the train to New York.He was last seen wearing dark clothing and a black hoodie with the word "university" on the front.Anyone with ...

  10. Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again After Weeks-Long E. Coli Outbreak

    Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again After Weeks-Long E. Coli Outbreak

    It's no longer necessary to toss out romaine salad.Instead, go ahead and toss yourself a bowl and Hail Caesar -- the salad, that is.The CDC announced that the last of the E. coli–tainted lettuce that sickened 172 people in 32 states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, is no longer on grocery-store shelves. One person died during the outbreak.Earlier this month, the USDA ...

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