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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. Courtney O’Connell, Former HS Cheerleader In Hudson Valley, Dies At 20

    Courtney O’Connell, Former HS Cheerleader In Hudson Valley, Dies At 20

    Courtney Elizabeth O’Connell, a lifelong resident of New Rochelle, died on Sunday, Jan. 28. She was 20 years old.She was a student at New Rochelle High School where she was an exceptional member of the cheerleading team. She also loved basketball and could often be seen wearing her “12″ jersey with a ball in her hand. Later, she attended Westchester Community College and was seeking a ...

  2. Super Blue Blood Moon Will Be Something We Haven't Seen Since 1866

    Super Blue Blood Moon Will Be Something We Haven't Seen Since 1866

    The weather should not interfere with sky gazers across the tristate area -- and much of the United States -- viewing a celestial event that has not happened in more than 150 years, according to AccuWeather.com.North America will be treated to a blue moon, supermoon and a lunar eclipse all at once during the early morning hours of Wednesday, creating a rare trifecta known as Super Blue ...

  3. Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    Schools Announce Delayed Openings

    The following school districts in the Hudson Valley have announced delayed openings for Tuesday, Jan. 30.WestchesterChappaqua Central School District, two-hour delayCroton Harmon School District, two-hour delayHendrick Hudson School District, two-hour delay Katonah-Lewisboro School District, two-hour delayLakeland Central School District, two-hour delayNorth Salem Central School ...

  4. David Niznik, Longtime Poughkeepsie Business Owner, Dies At 54

    David Niznik, Longtime Poughkeepsie Business Owner, Dies At 54

    Longtime Poughkeepsie business owner David John Niznik, Jr., died peacefully at his home after a long battle with cancer on Jan. 4. He was 54.David was born in Poughkeepsie on May 31, 1963 to David Sr. and Nancy Niznik. He ran Dave's Towing out of Poughkeepsie for 30 years before moving to South Carolina in 2006. He died in Conway, S.CDavid loved fishing and car racing. He is survived ...

  5. Woman Charged With $79K Grand Larceny In Hudson Valley

    Woman Charged With $79K Grand Larceny In Hudson Valley

    A 54-year-old woman stole $79,000 from a Northern Westchester business, state police said Monday evening.State police from the Cortlandt barracks received a complaint of fraud from Griffin’s Landscaping in Peekskill on Friday, Jan. 26.An investigation determined Peekskill resident Susan J. Palacios stole over $79,000 from the company, police said.Palacios was charged with grand larceny ...

  6. Expect Light Snow Overnight, Bigger Storm To End Workweek

    Expect Light Snow Overnight, Bigger Storm To End Workweek

    The bit of snow expected overnight Monday into Tuesday is just a small preview of what's expected later in the week when a more significant storm is expected.Scattered rain and snow showers Monday afternoon and evening will turn to all light snow showers overnight, with minimal accumulations of a coating or so possible.Tuesday will be mostly cloudy day with a high in the mid-30s. Sun ...

  7. Serious Crash In Hudson Valley Prompts Police Warning To Motorists

    Serious Crash In Hudson Valley Prompts Police Warning To Motorists

    Emergency responders rushed to the scene of a motor-vehicle crash late Sunday afternoon on I-84 in Dutchess County that prompted a warning to motorists by state police.There were no serious injuries in the crash in East Fishkill, police said."Please drive carefully, and if you miss your exit, do not back up," police said. "Get off at the next exit, and find the most ...

  8. Groundhog Day Storm? New System Could Bring Significant Amount Of Snow

    Groundhog Day Storm? New System Could Bring Significant Amount Of Snow

    Expect Light Snow Overnight, Bigger Storm To End Workweek The chance of early week snowfall has decreased, but as the weekend nears, the area could see a Groundhog Day snowstorm.The system will be moving east from the Ohio Valley after some snow sweeps over parts of the Northeast Monday and Tuesday. The National Weather Service now says the chance for snow in the tristate area is 20 ...

  9. Area Resident Mort Walker, 'Beetle Bailey' Creator, Dies At 94

    Area Resident Mort Walker, 'Beetle Bailey' Creator, Dies At 94

    Mort Walker, the creator of the popular cartoon strips "Beetle Bailey" and "Hi and Lois," died Saturday at his home in Stamford. He was 94."Beetle Bailey," chronicling the escapes of a U.S. Army private known for his laziness, was created in 1950. "Hi and Lois," about a suburban family, launched in 1954.Addison Morton Walker was born on Sept. 3, ...

  10. Rounds Of Snow Possible After Warmer Weekend Temperatures

    Rounds Of Snow Possible After Warmer Weekend Temperatures

    Click here for an updated story: Groundhog Day Storm? New System Could Bring Significant Amount Of SnowWarmer weekend temperatures will be followed by a chance of snow Monday and again on Tuesday.Temperatures will climb into upper 40s Saturday with sunny skies, but with wind gusts up to 25 miles per hour, it will feel 10-15 degrees colder.Rain is expected to arrive early Sunday morning ...

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