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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.

Joe Lombardi's Contributions

  1. Greenwich Appoints Interim Schools Superintendent

    Greenwich Appoints Interim Schools Superintendent

    The Greenwich Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint an interim superintendent at a special meeting Thursday night.Eastern Middle School (EMS) Principal Ralph F. Mayo will assume the position effective July 28, 2018.“I am pleased that Ralph Mayo will continue to help drive the forward progress in the district in line with our Strategic Plan while we continue our permanent ...

  2. Expect Heavy Traffic Delays In Downtown Stamford Due To Construction Work

    Expect Heavy Traffic Delays In Downtown Stamford Due To Construction Work

    Motorists driving through downtown Stamford on Thursday should expect heavy delays throughout the day due to construction.The delays, expected to last until 6 p.m., will be primarily on Summer Street and Washington Boulevard between Broad and Main streets, Stamford Police said in an advisory issued just before 10 a.m. Thursday.Avoid operating a vehicle in the area if you don't have to, ...

  3. Northern Westchester Woman Drove Drunk With Two Kids In Car, Police Say

    Northern Westchester Woman Drove Drunk With Two Kids In Car, Police Say

    Calls to police and intervention from concerned bystanders led to the arrest of a 43-year-old woman for allegedly driving drunk with two children in the car at a popular shopping area in Northern Westchester.Police received multiple reports of an intoxicated female in the Scotts Corners Market area with two young children on Monday morning,  Pound Ridge Police Chief Dave Ryan ...

  4. Mother Charged With Leaving 4-Year-Old In Hot Car In New Canaan

    Mother Charged With Leaving 4-Year-Old In Hot Car In New Canaan

    Police officers, responding to a call from a concerned person, found a 4-year-old girl alone in a car as temperatures climbed into the mid-80s at a popular shopping area off Route 106 in New Canaan.The officers were dispatched to the area of Morse Court Parking Lot after a person reported hearing a child's voice coming from the backseat of a vehicle at approximately 12:45 p.m. on ...

  5. CDC Expands Recall Of Popular Kellogg's Cereal

    CDC Expands Recall Of Popular Kellogg's Cereal

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded the recall of a popular Kellogg's cereal after an outbreak of Salmonella in 31 states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.The recall of Honey Smacks cereal, which was issued last week, now includes any size package or “best if used by” date. The initial recall had been for 15.3 oz. and 23 oz. packages.A total of 73 ...

  6. Latest Update: School Districts Announce Early Dismissals Due To Heat

    Latest Update: School Districts Announce Early Dismissals Due To Heat

    Heat Advisory: Steamy Day Will Be Followed By Severe Storms, Gusty WindsWith record-breaking temperatures possible and a Heat Advisory in effect, multiple school districts in the Hudson Valley/Fairfield County have announced early dismissals for Monday, June 18.New YorkWestchester CountyMamaroneck Public Schools: All elementary schools and Hommocks Middle School will dismiss at 11:30 ...

  7. Heat Advisory: Steamy Day Will Be Followed By Severe Storms, Gusty Winds

    Heat Advisory: Steamy Day Will Be Followed By Severe Storms, Gusty Winds

    Related story: Early Dismissals Announced As Schools Prepare For Monday's Extreme HeatWith record-breaking temperatures possible, the National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for Monday.The advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday.The heat index is expected to be around the 100-degree mark with a daytime high in the low-90s.A Heat Advisory is issued when the ...

  8. Early School Dismissals Announced With Heat Advisory In Effect

    Early School Dismissals Announced With Heat Advisory In Effect

    Heat Advisory: Steamy Day Will Be Followed By Severe Storms, Gusty WindsWith record-breaking temperatures possible and a Heat Advisory in effect, multiple school districts in the Hudson Valley/Fairfield County have announced early dismissals for Monday, June 18.In Westchester, Mamaroneck Public Schools announced late Sunday afternoon that all elementary schools and Hommocks Middle ...

  9. Serious Crash Causes Stop-Go Delays On Merritt

    Serious Crash Causes Stop-Go Delays On Merritt

    This story has been updated.A serious crash with at least one injury caused stop-and-go delays on a stretch of the Merritt Parkway on Sunday afternoon.The crash, reported at 2:30 p.m., occurred northbound near Exit 40 in Norwalk.

  10. Hot Stuff: Poor Air Quality Sunday, Real-Feel Temp Around 100 Monday

    Hot Stuff: Poor Air Quality Sunday, Real-Feel Temp Around 100 Monday

    One Early Dismissal Announced As Schools Prepare For Monday's Extreme HeatThe week has started with the hottest weather of the year.The heat index -- a combination of the actual temperature and humidity -- will be in the mid-90s on Father's Day and around the 100-degree mark on Monday when record-breaking temps are possible.School districts in the area are planning ahead, and one has ...

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