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Joe Lombardi

Managing Editor, New York jlombardi@dailyvoice.com

Joe Lombardi, Daily Voice's Managing Editor for four counties in New York, has spent his professional career as a newsroom manager, writer and editor who has worked at major websites, television networks, newspapers, magazines and radio stations and as a book author. The New York City 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. Hudson Valley Location Among 45 Radio Shack Stores Closing In New York

    Hudson Valley Location Among 45 Radio Shack Stores Closing In New York

    One Hudson Valley location is among 45 Radio Shack stores in New York and 552 across the nation that will close, the struggling electronics retailer announced Tuesday.The closures affect 36 percent of the chain’s stores.The area closure is Radio Shack's Poughkeepsie location, located at 44 Plaza at 51 Burnett Blvd.Radio Shack filed for bankruptcy for the second time last week.Here is ...

  2. Westchester County Employee Arrested After Investigation Of Missing Funds

    Westchester County Employee Arrested After Investigation Of Missing Funds

    A Westchester County employee who lives in Dutchess County was arrested Tuesday on a grand larceny charge following an investigation by the Westchester County Police, Westchester County District Attorney’s Office and the Department of Finance into some missing county funds.The probe began after an internal Finance Department audit revealed discrepancies connected with the employee’s ...

  3. Crashes On Tappan Zee, Bear Mountain Bridges Cause Rush-Hour Gridlock

    Crashes On Tappan Zee, Bear Mountain Bridges Cause Rush-Hour Gridlock

    This story has been updated.Motorists looking to cross the Hudson River had a slow go of it during the Tuesday evening commute.A crash involving three vehicles initially resulted in one southbound lane being blocked on the Tappan Zee Bridge, creating gridlock in both directions on the span and approaching it. The crash, reported at 4:30 p.m., led to stop-and-go delays back to Exit 12 in ...

  4. Trio Of Bedford Residents Make Forbes' New List Of World's Top Billionaires

    Trio Of Bedford Residents Make Forbes' New List Of World's Top Billionaires

    Led by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the Hudson Valley is well-represented on Forbes' brand-new list of the world's richest people, which was released Monday.Here's the rundown:The 32-year-old Zuckerberg, a White Plains native who grew up in Dobbs Ferry and attended Ardsley High School, ranks No. 5 in the world with a net worth of $56 billion.Former New York City Mayor Michael ...

  5. Trio Of Bedford Residents Make Forbes' New List Of World's Top Billionaires

    Trio Of Bedford Residents Make Forbes' New List Of World's Top Billionaires

    Led by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the Hudson Valley is well-represented on Forbes' brand-new list of the world's richest people, which was released Monday.Here's the rundown:The 32-year-old Zuckerberg, a White Plains native who grew up in Dobbs Ferry and attended Ardsley High School, ranks No. 5 in the world with a net worth of $56 billion.Former New York City Mayor Michael ...

  6. David Rockefeller, Steward Of Family Fortune, Dies In Pocantico Hills

    David Rockefeller, Steward Of Family Fortune, Dies In Pocantico Hills

    This story has been updated.WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- David Rockefeller, a banker and philanthropist and the oldest living member of the Rockefeller family and the family patriarch since 2004, died Monday morning at the family estate in Pocantico Hills. He was 101.The cause of death has not yet been released.Rockefeller was the last son of world-renowned financier and philanthropist ...

  7. Spring Has Sprung But Wintry Weather Will Return To Mount Kisco

    Spring Has Sprung But Wintry Weather Will Return To Mount Kisco

    The first day of spring brought the warmest daytime temperature the area has seen in more than a week on Monday.But if you think that means we've turned the page on winter-like weather, think again.Tuesday's high should be at or near 50 degrees under partly sunny skies with a chance of a morning shower in points farther south.Then comes the cold snap.The high temperature for Wednesday ...

  8. College Student From Hudson Valley Dies After Apparent Fall From Building

    College Student From Hudson Valley Dies After Apparent Fall From Building

    A college student from the Hudson Valley died Saturday afternoon after he reportedly fell from a building during a party in the City of Binghamton.Conor Donnelly, a Binghamton University freshman from Pearl River, died accidentally off campus, the university said in a statement.Binghamton Police have not yet released any further details of the incident at an apartment house at 92 Front ...

  9. Snowfall Totals Uncertain For Storm Headed To Mount Kisco

    Snowfall Totals Uncertain For Storm Headed To Mount Kisco

    Video Goes Viral: Train Blasts Hudson Valley Commuters With SnowHudson Valley Snowfall Accumulation Totals From Nor'easterThere is still uncertainty surrounding projected snowfall totals for the storm that will impact the area Saturday night into Sunday morning, but the latest update from the National Weather Service, issued Saturday morning, says the likelihood is for less accumulation ...

  10. Snowfall Projections Increase For Storm Headed To Mount Kisco

    Snowfall Projections Increase For Storm Headed To Mount Kisco

    Video Goes Viral: Train Blasts Hudson Valley Commuters With SnowHow Much Did You Get? Hudson Valley Snowfall Accumulation Totals From Nor'easterThe Nor'easter that swept through the area late Monday into early Wednesday mainly affected areas farther inland, especially north and west, with up to 26 inches reported in parts of Dutchess County.A new storm system that will arrive Saturday ...

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