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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. Sears Store In Hudson Valley Among 103 Closing Nationwide

    Sears Store In Hudson Valley Among 103 Closing Nationwide

    A Sears store in the Hudson Valley is among 103 closing nationwide, parent company Sears Holdings announced.All told, 64 Kmarts and 39 Sears stores nationwide will be shutting their doors permanently between early March and April, Sears Holdings said.The area store is one of the original anchors of the Hudson Valley Mall, off I-87 and Route 9W in Ulster County.“Sears Holdings continues ...

  2. Route 129 Reopens In Yorktown After Downed Tree Pulls Down Lines

    Route 129 Reopens In Yorktown After Downed Tree Pulls Down Lines

    Route 129 in Yorktown reopened late Friday afternoon after a downed tree which pulled utility lines into the roadway caused its closure for about nine hours.The roadway was closed both east and westbound between Underhill Ave and Route 118.

  3. Missing Hudson Valley Man Found Safe

    Missing Hudson Valley Man Found Safe

    Update:The 31-year-old City of Poughkeepsie man who went missing on Friday, Jan. 5 has been found and is safe.No further information was immediately released.Original story:The City of Poughkeepsie Police is requesting assistance from the public in locating a missing person. Gevin McFarlane is a 31-year-old man who is described as being 6-foot-3 approximately 180 pounds with brown eyes ...

  4. New Update: Many Schools Now Closed After Earlier Scheduling Delays

    New Update: Many Schools Now Closed After Earlier Scheduling Delays

    Click here for related story: Snowfall totals for storm higher than expectedThe following schools and school districts in the area have announced closures and delayed starts for Friday, Jan. 5 as a result of the aftermath of Thursday's severe winter storm, including high winds and frigid temperatures.More than a dozen schools that had initially scheduled delayed openings changed to ...

  5. New Update: School Closures, Delayed Openings

    New Update: School Closures, Delayed Openings

    Click here for related story: Snowfall totals for storm higher than expectedThe following schools and school districts in the area have announced closures and delayed starts for Friday, Jan. 5 as a result of the aftermath of Thursday's severe winter storm, including high winds and frigid temperatures.More than a dozen schools that had initially scheduled delayed openings changed to ...

  6. High Winds, Strong Winds Now A Concern In Westchester, Latimer Says

    High Winds, Strong Winds Now A Concern In Westchester, Latimer Says

     Snowfall Totals Higher Than Expected In WestchesterWESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- In his first week on the job, Westchester County Executive George Latimer is closely monitoring the ongoing ‘bomb cyclone’ storm with the Commissioner of the Department of Emergency Services John Cullen and his team at the Hudson Valley Transportation Management Center in Hawthorne.“We are working in ...

  7. How Much Did You Get? Snowfall Totals Higher Than Expected In Hudson Valley

    How Much Did You Get? Snowfall Totals Higher Than Expected In Hudson Valley

    Hudson Valley schools announce delayed openings for FridayThe "Bomb Cyclone" storm system that moved through the area Thursday not only lived up to the hype, it surpassed it.A shift of the track of the Nor'easter to the west increased snowfall totals significantly than earlier projections.Now, here's a rundown of some snowfall totals we've already obtained. But we need more. ...

  8. Schools Announce Closures, Delayed Openings

    Schools Announce Closures, Delayed Openings

    Click here for related story: Snowfall totals for storm higher than expectedClick here for related story: Snowfall totals for storm higher than expectedThe following schools and school districts in the area have announced closures and delayed starts for Friday, Jan. 5 as a result of the aftermath of Thursday's severe winter storm, including high winds and frigid temperatures.More than a ...

  9. Projected Snowfall Totals Updated As Nor'easter Arrives

    Projected Snowfall Totals Updated As Nor'easter Arrives

    Click here for rundown of school closures, delaysNew projected snowfall for the Nor'easter arriving early Thursday morning show the storm's strongest impact will be east of the Hudson River, especially areas south and east.Much of Westchester and Fairfield counties should see 6-10 inches or more of accumulation. West of the Hudson, including Rockland and Orange counties, lesser amounts ...

  10. Updated: Westchester Schools Announce Closures

    Updated: Westchester Schools Announce Closures

    Latest Projected Snowfall TotalsThe following schools and school districts in the area have announced closures or delayed starts for Thursday, Jan. 4 as a result of the storm moving through the area. This page will be updated frequently in real time through Thursday morning. Please check back often.WestchesterArdsley Union Free School District, closedBedford Central School District, ...

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