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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. Start Of Spring Storm Now Likely, With Potential For Snow, Strong Winds

    Start Of Spring Storm Now Likely, With Potential For Snow, Strong Winds

    Click here for an updated storm: Possible Fourth Nor'easter Could Last For DaysIt's beginning to look more likely that a region battered by a trio of Nor'easters since the start of the month will soon be seeing yet another one.To add insult to injury, the latest storm is expected to arrive just as spring starts on Tuesday, March 20.AccuWeather.com reported on Thursday morning that there ...

  2. Toys 'R' Us Will Close All 800 Stores, Affecting 33,000 Jobs

    Toys 'R' Us Will Close All 800 Stores, Affecting 33,000 Jobs

    Six months after filing for bankruptcy, Toys 'R' Us will close all 800 of its U.S. stores, affecting as many as 33,000 jobs at the 70-year-old toy store chain.The company made the announcement to employees on Wednesday, according to the Wall Street Journal.A company representative confirmed the report, but noted that there would not be an immediate shutdown.Toys 'R' Us was already in ...

  3. Nor'easter No. 4? Latest Storm Brewing Could Arrive As Spring Starts

    Nor'easter No. 4? Latest Storm Brewing Could Arrive As Spring Starts

    Click here for an updated story: Start Of Spring Storm Now Likely, With Potential For Snow, Strong WindsNot even the start of spring may be able to prevent a fourth possible Nor'easter from affecting the area next week.While we will not have a better idea as to the severity of the storm for several days, the system is expected to track over the Central states before turning eastward ...

  4. How Much Snow Did You Get? A Look At Totals From The Area

    How Much Snow Did You Get? A Look At Totals From The Area

    The start of spring is just a week away. So, it may be safe to assume we just saw the last snowfall of the season.But then again, considering the way this winter has gone, maybe not.The Nor'easter that moved through the area overnight Monday into Tuesday did result in bands of heavy snow -- and in some parts of the area, significant accumulation.As expected, the storm had the biggest ...

  5. Storm Update: Nor'easter's Heaviest Snow Winds Down

    Storm Update: Nor'easter's Heaviest Snow Winds Down

    The third Nor'easter to hit the area in a 10-day span arrived overnight and picked up in intensity through the morning commute with bands of heavy snow that quickly created travel difficulties.Snowfall at rates of an inch or more an hour will continue to be possible through late morning. Snowfall accumulations in the tristate area will range from 3 to 8 inches. (See latest projections ...

  6. Eye On The Storm: New Snowfall Projections As Nor'easter Nears

    Eye On The Storm: New Snowfall Projections As Nor'easter Nears

    Click here for an updated story: Nor'easter Brings Heavy Snow, WindAs the third Nor'easter in two weeks moves into the area overnight, new snowfall projections were released by the National Weather Service late Monday afternoon.Most of the tristate area is expected to see 3-4 inches of accumulation, with a range of 4 to 6 inches in the eastern sections of Westchester, Putnam and ...

  7. Winter Weather Advisory: Latest Info On New Nor'easter

    Winter Weather Advisory: Latest Info On New Nor'easter

    Click here for an updated story: New Snowfall Projections As Nor'easter NearsGet set for Round 3.The third Nor'easter in two weeks will arrive late Monday night and move through the area overnight through early Tuesday afternoon, bringing with it snowfall totals from 3 to 8 inches for the tristate area, with most of the area seeing around 4 inches of accumulation. (See image above.)A ...

  8. Latest Snowfall Projections Show Higher Amounts For Parts Of Area

    Latest Snowfall Projections Show Higher Amounts For Parts Of Area

    Click here for an updated story: Winter Weather Advisory: Latest Info On New Nor'easterThe latest snowfall projections for the third Nor'easter that will hit the area in a 12-day span once again show a range of 3 to 6 inches of accumulation for most of the tristate, but areas in Fairfield County along the coast could now see up to 8 inches, according to the National Weather Service. ...

  9. New Nor'easter Now Expected To Bring Significant Snowfall To Area

    New Nor'easter Now Expected To Bring Significant Snowfall To Area

    Click here for an updated story: Latest Snowfall Projections For New Nor'easter Just hours after "Springing forward," with clocks moving ahead one hour for the start of Daylight Saving Time, comes a stark reminder that we are still very much in winter.The third Nor'easter to hit the area this month has the potential to bring a significant amount of snowfall with it ...

  10. Did You Remember To Spring Forward For Daylight Saving Time?

    Did You Remember To Spring Forward For Daylight Saving Time?

    Did you remember to change your clock?Daylight Saving Time went into effect at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 12, marking its 100th year.Local officials also recommend checking and changing batteries on smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.  Daylight Saving began during World War I and used again during World War II as an energy saving initiative. It didn't become a (mostly) nationwide event ...

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