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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. Tropical Depression Cindy Expected To Impact North Salem

    Tropical Depression Cindy Expected To Impact North Salem

    The sunny skies and comfortable temperatures Hudson Valley residents enjoyed Thursday will give way to a stormy pattern associated with Tropical Depression Cindy."Cindy will continue to move northward into Thursday evening before a curve to the northeast occurs on Thursday night and Friday," AccuWeather.com Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said.Cindy made landfall as a tropical ...

  2. Route 100 Reopens After Crash

    Route 100 Reopens After Crash

    This story has been updated.A stretch of Route 100 has reopened Thursday afternoon after a serious motor-vehicle crash with injuries resulted in its closure for nearly an hour.The closure, reported at 12:15 p.m., occurred in Mount Pleasant near Route 141, with the closure from Joyce Place to Serrano Avenue..To sign up for Daily Voice's free email news alerts, click here and select your ...

  3. Ex-Employee Caught Stealing $250K From Carmel Cemetery, Police Say

    Ex-Employee Caught Stealing $250K From Carmel Cemetery, Police Say

    A 47-year-old Pawling man and former employee has been charged with stealing more than $250,000 from a cemetery in Carmel, state police announced Thursday morning following a months-long investigation.In January, state troopers were contacted by the Putnam County District Attorney’s Office regarding a sizeable loss of money and supplies from the Raymond Hill Cemetery, located in the ...

  4. ID Released For Teen Killed In Fall At Abandoned Hospital In Westchester

    ID Released For Teen Killed In Fall At Abandoned Hospital In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - Port Chester is mourning the loss of a 14-year-old boy who died from injuries he suffered on Tuesday night after falling through the roof of an abandoned Westchester County hospital.The boy has been identified as Chris Aguilar, who was a freshman at Port Chester High School.The teen fell down an elevator shaft at the former United Hospital building on Tuesday ...

  5. Police Release Details Of Serious Three-Car I-684 Crash

    Police Release Details Of Serious Three-Car I-684 Crash

    This story has been updated.State police have provided information on a serious three-car crash with injuries that initially resulted in the closure of two lanes on I-684 near the Westchester/Putnam border early Monday afternoon, causing hours-long delays in the area.Two of the three lanes reopened about an hour after the 12:35 p.m. crash before the third lane cleared.The crash, ...

  6. It's The First Day Of Summer: Here's What To Expect, North Salem

    It's The First Day Of Summer: Here's What To Expect, North Salem

    Wet weather and severe storms will keep extreme temperatures at bay in the Hudson Valley as summer starts, according to AccuWeather.com.The first day of summer is today, Wednesday, June 21.Unlike the summer of 2016, when drought conditions gripped the area, this summer will bring on-and-off wet weather to the area."We should see some showers and storms from time to time," ...

  7. Westchester Man Caught With Cocaine, Marijuana In I-87 Stop

    Westchester Man Caught With Cocaine, Marijuana In I-87 Stop

    A Westchester County man is facing a felony drug charge after a routine traffic stop on I-87 led to his arrest over the weekend.Shortly before 5:30 p.m. on June 16, New York State Police troopers stopped a vehicle on I-87 in Newburgh for an equipment stop. According to police, during the subsequent stop, it was determined that 28-year-old Hartsdale resident Emil Zippo, who was a ...

  8. Missing Suffern Woman Found, Safe

    Missing Suffern Woman Found, Safe

    Update:The Suffern woman who had been missing since May 15 has been found and is safe.Christine Corcillo was located in New Jersey, Suffern Police said Monday afternoon.No further details were immediately released.Original report:A Suffern woman has been missing for more than a month and both her family and police are asking for the community's help in locating her.Christine Corcillo ...

  9. Crash Causes Delays On I-684

    Crash Causes Delays On I-684

    This story has been updated.State police have provided information on a serious three-car crash with injuries that initially resulted in the closure of two lanes on I-684 near the Westchester/Putnam border early Monday afternoon, causing hours-long delays in the area.Two of the three lanes reopened about an hour after the 12:35 p.m. crash before the third lane cleared.The crash, ...

  10. Severe Thunderstorm Watch Now In Effect For North Salem

    Severe Thunderstorm Watch Now In Effect For North Salem

    Update:A line of heavy rain and potentially severe thunderstorms expected to move through the Hudson Valley Monday afternoon into the evening has resulted in a severe thunderstorm watch being issued by the National Weather Service.The thunderstorm watch will be in effect through 8 p.m. Monday. It is possible the watch will be upgraded to a warning in parts of the area.A Flash Flood ...

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