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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. Palisades Interstate Parkway Stretch Reopens After Crash

    Palisades Interstate Parkway Stretch Reopens After Crash

    This story has been updated.A stretch of the northbound Palisades Interstate Parkway has reopened after a serious motor-vehicle crash resulted in its closure of late Friday afternoon.The crash, reported just before 4:30 p.m., occurred between Exit 16 (Lake Welch Drive) and Exit 18 (Seven Lakes Drive/Route 6).

  2. Lunar Eclipse Will Arrive Before Century's First Total Solar Eclipse

    Lunar Eclipse Will Arrive Before Century's First Total Solar Eclipse

    Call it a warm-up act -- and the timing is hardly coincidental. Two weeks before the first total solar eclipse of the 21st century arrives on Aug. 21, there will be a partial lunar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 7.Lunar eclipses are the opposite of solar eclipses. In a lunar eclipse, the Earth casts its shadow on the moon.Solar and lunar eclipses occur in pairs, with one preceding the other ...

  3. Crash With Injuries Causes Morning Delays On I-87 In Rockland

    Crash With Injuries Causes Morning Delays On I-87 In Rockland

    This story has been updated.A serious motor-vehicle crash with injuries that initially blocked the left lane cause heavy delays on a stretch of I-87 in Rockland at the tail-end of the Thursday morning commute.The crash, on the southbound side, occurred at Exit 14A with traffic backed up to Exit 14B (Airmont Road).

  4. Rockland Delivers Shared Services Initiative Report

    Rockland Delivers Shared Services Initiative Report

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day has delivered a Shared Services Initiative report to the Rockland County Legislature as required by state law.The report identifies possible areas to explore to achieve savings through sharing services and was developed in cooperation with towns, villages and other taxing entities.Rockland County was among the first in the state to convene a panel to ...

  5. 'White House Is A Real Dump,' Trump Quoted As Saying

    'White House Is A Real Dump,' Trump Quoted As Saying

    Donald Trump prefers his numerous properties, including several in the Hudson Valley, to his current residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. according to a Sports Illustrated report.The story, which examines Trump's ties to golf, quoted the president as saying  "That White House is a real dump," while chatting recently with members of his golf club in Bedminstrer, NJ. A White ...

  6. Heavy Rain, Storms Headed To Rockland

    Heavy Rain, Storms Headed To Rockland

    A storm system bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the area Wednesday bringing rain that could be heavy at times.The storm chance starts after noon, with the likelihood increasing in the late afternoon and evening. (See projected radar image for 4 p.m. Wednesday above.)It will be another warm, partly sunny and humid day with a high temperature in the ...

  7. Former Hudson Valley HS Football Star Has Key Role In Trump Lawsuit

    Former Hudson Valley HS Football Star Has Key Role In Trump Lawsuit

    A former high school football standout from Westchester is a central figure in a new lawsuit being brought against President Donald Trump.The lawsuit alleges Ed Butowsky, a graduate of Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, paid Rod Wheeler, an ex-detective and Fox News commentator, to investigate the death of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer who was slain last ...

  8. Heads Up, Rockland: Amazon Making 50K New Hires

    Heads Up, Rockland: Amazon Making 50K New Hires

    Amazon announced earlier this year that it was making 5,000 new hires with those hired for its customer service teams being able to work from home.On Wednesday, Amazon plans to hire 10 times as many new employees -- 50,000 -- with those workers being assigned to 12 fulfillment centers around the nation.Those who want to apply must show up in person at one of the centers Wednesday from 8 ...

  9. Man Charged In Theft Caught On Video At Pearl River Brew House

    Man Charged In Theft Caught On Video At Pearl River Brew House

    A 20-year-old from River Vale, NJ was charged on Monday after Orangetown Police released a video of a suspect stealing an American flag at a Pearl River restaurant.Camera footage was recovered of the suspect in a white T-shirt and dark pants who tore an American flag hanging from outside the Brew House in Pearl River on July 22, prompting police to ask for the public's help in locating ...

  10. 'Summer Of Ticks' Puts Some Towns In, Around Rockland Under Siege

    'Summer Of Ticks' Puts Some Towns In, Around Rockland Under Siege

    The warning signs that 2017 would be a terrible year for ticks came after a warm winter helped spark a spike in the number of deer ticks.A surge in the population of the mice population also led to a higher risk for Lyme disease cases, reported NPR.Now, in the height of tick season, it's clear the warnings are now being realized.The Westchester Medical Center has diagnosed 21 cases ...

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