Tony Di Domizio

Journalist, Professional Writer, Web Designer, Social Media Manager

United States

Meticulous multiple award-winning professional writer and editor with a keen eye for error who can multitask numerous assignments and projects, beat deadlines and engage users on social media platforms.
Possesses advanced knowledge in digital publications. Edited and promoted news websites to more than 30,000 Unique Visitors a month and nurtured social media sites to more than 8,700 followers over three years. Thrives to keep busy and work in a fast-paced setting.
Once interviewed "Saved By The Bell" star Jessie Spano in the back of a limo.

The Reporter Newspaper
The Man Who Smiles

Winner, 1st Place, Daily Feature, 2009 Society of Professional Journalists

The Reporter Newspaper
The End of LOST

Winner, 1st Place, Best Arts & Entertainment Writing, 2010 Suburban Newspapers of America

The Reporter Newspaper
Fire Destroys Lans-Bowl

A 66-year landmark of Lansdale Borough has gone down in flames

The Reporter Newspaper
Human Canvas

Tattoos tell personal stories and memories

Montgomeryville-Lansdale, Pennsylvania Patch
Changing Faces

At Delia's Makeup and Theatrical Supplies, you can walk out as a beauty or a beast.

Montgomery News
Geocaching is popular techy hide-and-seek hobby (VIDEO)

You walk and drive by them every day and don't even know it, unless you're looking for them. They are hidden in plain view along sidewalks, in the park, on a fence, in the woods, under lampposts, in the hollow of a tree.

Montgomery News
DA: 80-year-old man strangled his wife

An 80-year-old German immigrant allegedly put his hands around the neck of his wife of 60 years and strangled her to death Tuesday night on the kitchen floor of their Souderton apartment. He then covered her with a blanket and later admitted to the murder to the police at 2 a.m., according to court papers.

Montgomery News
Veterans recall Pearl Harbor

UPPER GWYNEDD - Clarence Huling, 90, was laid up in the hospital at Fort Monmouth, N.J., with a cold when he heard the news of the attack on Pearl Harbor. "I turned to the guy beside me and said, 'I told you so. Roosevelt is trying to get us into this war,' " he said.

The Reporter
Checkmate: Elementary students learn techniques of chess

FRANCONIA -- Perhaps there was a future Bobby Fischer or Joshua Waitzkin in the midst of the 41 fourth- and fifth-graders on the gymnasium floor of West Broad Street Elementary. Monday marked the second day of the students' foray into the strategic world of chess.