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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. Machete-Wielding Man Charged In Road-Rage Incident, Westchester DA Says

    Machete-Wielding Man Charged In Road-Rage Incident, Westchester DA Says

    This story has been updated.An area man who allegedly brandished a machete during a road-rage incident on I-684 in Northern Westchester on Tuesday morning was arraigned on six charges.Roderick Davis, 46, of Danbury was arrested by New York State Police after getting into the fight with another motorist. Davis’ teenaged son was in the vehicle when he got out and a fight ...

  2. NY Amber Alert Issued For Toddler Abducted By Sex Offender

    NY Amber Alert Issued For Toddler Abducted By Sex Offender

    A New York Amber Alert has been issued for a toddler who has been kidnapped by her father, a registered sex offender.The 16-month-old girl was abducted by a 27-year-old in Rochester and officials say the girl is in imminent danger.The child, Ta-Niyah Williams, has short black hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 2-foot-11 and weighs about 22 pounds. She was reported missing on ...

  3. Food Safety Alert: Romaine Lettuce Unsafe To Eat In Any Form, CDC Warns

    Food Safety Alert: Romaine Lettuce Unsafe To Eat In Any Form, CDC Warns

    On the eve of Thanksgiving, the Centers for Disease Control has issued its strongest warning yet about a widespread E.coli outbreak.All types, varieties and brands of Romaine lettuce are unsafe to eat in any form and retail establishments and restaurants should not sell it until more is known, the CDC said in a Food Safety Alert issued Tuesday, Nov. 20.Consumers who have Romaine lettuce ...

  4. Ex-College Student Sentenced For Fatal Stabbing Of Former Westchester HS Soccer Standout

    Ex-College Student Sentenced For Fatal Stabbing Of Former Westchester HS Soccer Standout

    The 20-year-old former Binghamton University student who admitted the fatal love-triangle stabbing a 19-year-old ex-high school soccer standout from Westchester this past spring was sentenced on Tuesday.Michael Roque, who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison in Broome County Court for the on-campus stabbing of Rye Brook resident Joao Souza. ...

  5. Westchester Registered Sex Offender Sentenced For Sexual Conduct With Boy

    Westchester Registered Sex Offender Sentenced For Sexual Conduct With Boy

    A registered sex offender has been sentenced for having sexual contact with a teenage boy in Northern Westchester.Kenneth Brody, 57, of Verplanck, received a 74-year state prison sentence from Westchester County Court Judge Susan Cacace on Tuesday,  Nov. 20 after his Sept. 26 conviction following a jury trial.On Friday, April 21, New York State Police and the Westchester ...

  6. Man Charged With Criminal Contempt After Wife Found Dead At Area Motel

    Man Charged With Criminal Contempt After Wife Found Dead At Area Motel

    A 50-year-old man who violated a protection order is behind bars after his wife was found dead at an area motel, according to police.The death of 38-year-old Jennifer C. Minihane is being investigated by Hyde Park Police detectives and the Dutchess County Medical Examiner’s office. The results of an autopsy are not complete.Hyde Park Police were dispatched to the Roosevelt Inn on ...

  7. Road-Rage Incident Breaks Out Amid Gridlock During Morning Commute On I-684

    Road-Rage Incident Breaks Out Amid Gridlock During Morning Commute On I-684

    UpdateAn area man who allegedly brandished a machete during a road-rage incident on I-684 in Northern Westchester on Tuesday morning was arraigned on six charges.Roderick Davis of Danbury was arrested by New York State Police after getting into the fight with another motorist. Davis’ teenaged son was in the vehicle when he got out and a fight ensued, Westchester County District ...

  8. Crash Causes Stop-Go Delays On I-95

    Crash Causes Stop-Go Delays On I-95

    This story has been updated.There were stop-and-go delays on a stretch of I-95 during part of the Tuesday morning commute following a crash.The crash, which blocked the shoulder, occurred on the southbound side between Fenimore Road (Exit 18A) and Chatsworth Avenue (Exit 17) in Larchmont with stop-and-go delayed to Playland Parkway (Exit 19) in Rye at 8 a.m.Check back to Daily Voice for ...

  9. Infant Rushed To Westchester Medical Center After Suffering Severe Burns

    Infant Rushed To Westchester Medical Center After Suffering Severe Burns

    A 4-week-old girl was rushed to Westchester Medical Center after suffering severe burns on Sunday.State Police in Orange County responded to Lemberg Court in the Village of Kiryas Joel just before noon Nov. 18 after the incident, in which the toddler sustained second- and third-degree burns from an incident that occurred in the house.The infant was taken to the medical center ...

  10. Rogue Rodent: Squirrel Blamed For 12K Losing Power Upstate

    Rogue Rodent: Squirrel Blamed For 12K Losing Power Upstate

    A rather unconventional source has been determined as the cause of an outage that knocked out power to more than 12,500 upstate New York residents.A squirrel.The rogue rodent made its way into the substation in Lancaster, outside Buffalo, knocking out power to residents in four communities on Sunday, New York State Electric and Gas said.Inside the substation, the squirrel made ...

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