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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. Hiring: Google To Add Thousands Of Employees Throughout Country

    Hiring: Google To Add Thousands Of Employees Throughout Country

    Google is about to start a hiring spree.The tech giant said on an earnings call last week that it's planning to add thousands of new employees throughout the nation in either expanded or new offices.There's been increased attention on tech company hiring in the United States, and political pressure to invest and create jobs locally," according to CNN Money.

  2. Eye On The Storm: Heavy Rain, Dense Fog, Flooding Possible Through Evening

    Eye On The Storm: Heavy Rain, Dense Fog, Flooding Possible Through Evening

    A slow-moving storm system making its way through the area will continue to bring locally heavy rain that may produce flooding and poor drainage through Sunday evening.In addition, areas of dense fog may develop late this afternoon and evening, reducing visibilities to less than a quarter mile at times, the National Weather Service says.Periods of rain could be heavy at times and be ...

  3. Super Soaker: Downpours Could Cause Flash Flooding

    Super Soaker: Downpours Could Cause Flash Flooding

    It's one wet mess.A storm bringing drenching rain with downpours and a chance of flash flooding has arrived, and the question now is how long will it last?Moderate to heavy rain may produce urban and poor drainage flooding from late Saturday through Sunday night, especially in areas farther south, said the National Weather Service.There is also a low chance for minor flooding on some of ...

  4. Snow Showers Will Be Followed By Heavy Rain, Chance Of Flooding

    Snow Showers Will Be Followed By Heavy Rain, Chance Of Flooding

    There could be some slick conditions during the Friday evening commute with light snow and snow showers now falling in parts of the area.Little or no accumulation is expected.A new storm system will move through the area late Saturday afternoon through Sunday night, but temperatures will be warm enough -- in the upper 40s during the day and lower 40s at night -- to ensure all rain will ...

  5. Snow Showers Will Be Followed By Heavy Rain, Chance Of Flooding

    Snow Showers Will Be Followed By Heavy Rain, Chance Of Flooding

    There could be some slick conditions during the Friday evening commute with light snow and snow showers now falling in parts of the area.Little or no accumulation is expected.A new storm system will move through the area late Saturday afternoon through Sunday night, but temperatures will be warm enough -- in the upper 40s during the day and lower 40s at night -- to ensure all rain will ...

  6. Freeze-Up Following Storm Could Make For Another Slippery Morning Commute

    Freeze-Up Following Storm Could Make For Another Slippery Morning Commute

    A burst of Arctic air will sweep in following Wednesday's winter storm and result in a quick freeze-up that could make for more slippery travel for the Thursday morning commute.Overnight low temperatures will fall into the mid-teens, with wind-chill factors between 10 and 15 degrees.School delays and even some closings are possible.Thursday will be a sunny day but bitterly cold, with a ...

  7. Storm Watch: Latest Update On Timing, Projected Snow/Ice Totals

    Storm Watch: Latest Update On Timing, Projected Snow/Ice Totals

    List of school closures, delays in Hudson ValleyList of school closures in Fairfield CountyList of school closures, delays in Bergen, Passaic countiesHere's the latest update on the latest winter storm moving through the area Wednesday morning through the afternoon.Winter Weather Advisory for Northern Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess, Northern Fairfield, Western Bergen County, ...

  8. Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Bergen: Latest Snowfall Projections

    Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Bergen: Latest Snowfall Projections

    Snowfall amounts from the winter storm moving through the region Wednesday will vary by location, but no matter where you are, be prepared for slippery travel and icy conditions, says the National Weather Service.Winter weather advisories have now been issued for all counties in the region from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, with warnings already in effect for areas farther north and ...

  9. New Update On Winter Storm: Latest Snowfall Projections

    New Update On Winter Storm: Latest Snowfall Projections

    With a new winter storm taking aim on the area, the National Weather Service released an updated report Tuesday morning with the latest snowfall projections for Wednesday.Precipitation is expected to start as all snow for the entire region early Wednesday morning before quickly turning to sleet, freezing rain and then rain in and around New York City and along the coast.Farther inland, ...

  10. Midweek Storm Will Bring New Round Of Accumulating Snow

    Midweek Storm Will Bring New Round Of Accumulating Snow

    It looks like Punxsutawney Phil may have been spot on.The groundhog that saw its shadow last week, predicting six more weeks of winter, has plenty to brag about this week.A new winter storm system is expected to blanket the area on Wednesday morning, bringing between 1 and 4 inches of accumulation, according to the National Weather Service.There's uncertainty regarding accumulation ...

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