Joe Lombardi

Managing Editor

jlombardi@dailyvoice.com

Joe Lombardi, Daily Voice's Managing Editor, has spent his professional career as a newsroom director, manager, editor, producer, 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, Irvington (NY) High School and University of Dayton graduate has been actively involved in web publishing for more than 25 years. In addition, he also has expertise in marketing, public relations and social media.

Lombardi rejoined Daily Voice in September 2013 as managing editor after serving as sports editorial consultant from August 2011 through January 2012. He was named to oversee editorial operations in the fall of 2017.

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54-Year-Old Struck, Killed By SUV In Brentwood 54-Year-Old Struck, Killed By SUV In Brentwood
54-Year-Old Struck, Killed By SUV In Brentwood Police are investigating a fatal overnight crash on a Long Island roadway. It happened around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, in Brentwood. A 54-year-old man was crossing 5th Avenue at Kirk Road when he was struck by a northbound 1998 Nissan Pathfinder, according to Suffolk County Police. The pedestrian, whose name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin, was transported to South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore where he was pronounced dead.  The driver of the Nissan, a 28-year-old Bay Shore man, was not injured. Detectives are asking anyo…
ID Released For HS Student Killed In Crash At Shopping Center In Westchester ID Released For HS Student Killed In Crash At Shopping Center In Westchester
ID Released For HS Student Killed In Crash At Shopping Center In Westchester The identity has been released of a high school student who was killed in a crash at a shopping center in Westchester County. Click here for a new, updated story: HS Student Killed In Crash At Westchester Shopping Center Was Beloved Baseball Player The incident happened just after midnight on Saturday, July 13, in New Rochelle at the Horseshoe Shopping Center at 1062 Wilmot Road. Officers arrived on the scene and found a 2019 Honda Accord completely on fire.  The sole occupant in the vehicle was found in the driver's seat deceased, according to Captain J. Collin…
Dangerous Storms Now Moving Through With 60 MPH Wind Gusts That Could Cause Power Outages Dangerous Storms Now Moving Through With 60 MPH Wind Gusts That Could Cause Power Outages
Dangerous Storms Now Moving Through With 60 MPH Wind Gusts That Could Cause Power Outages A line of severe thunderstorms, accompanying a cold front packed with wind gusts of 60 miles per hour or more, is sweeping through the Northeast. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect in areas shown in yellow in the first image above until 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 17.  Wind gusts could be as high as 70 mph in spots. "Expect damage to trees and power lines," the National Weather Service said, noting that lightning will also pose a threat along with heavy rainfall and hail. A radar image of the Northeast at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday shows severe storms marked in red. Rainfall amo…
Fatal Crash: 35-Year-Old ID'd As Victim In Hampton Bays Fatal Crash: 35-Year-Old ID'd As Victim In Hampton Bays
Fatal Crash: 35-Year-Old ID'd As Victim In Hampton Bays A 35-year-old has been identified as the victim of a fatal single-vehicle Long Island crash. It happened just before 6 p.m.  Tuesday, July 16, in Hampton Bays on North Road. The victim, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was operating a motorcycle and has been identified as Darwin E. Monsalve, a Hampton Bays resident.  The cause of the crash is under investigation.  North Road was shut down for approximately two hours to conduct the investigation. Southampton Town Police Department asks that anyone with information on the crash call the department 63…
Apparent Drowning Victim Pulled From Great South Bay In Shirley Apparent Drowning Victim Pulled From Great South Bay In Shirley
Apparent Drowning Victim Pulled From Great South Bay In Shirley A man pulled from the water on Long Island died from an apparent drowning. Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers aboard Marine Mike responded to the Great South Bay at Fire Island National Seashore in Shirley, just west of Smith Point Bridge, at approximately 10:55 a.m. on Tuesday, July 16.  They were alerted by a 911 call reporting that a man's body had been seen in the water. Officers removed the man from the water, and he was pronounced dead. The man, who is believed to have drowned, has not yet been identified pending notification of next of kin. It was the second dr…
New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing
New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing The final day of a steamy stretch of hot, humid weather with heat index values around 100 degrees will be capped off by a line of severe thunderstorms accompanying a cold front. The time frame for the newest severe system is from the middle of the afternoon into the middle of the night on Wednesday, July 17, with the most organized storms expected early in the evening. Dangerous storms that moved from west to east in the afternoon and evening on Tuesday, July 16, prompted New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to declare a State of Emergency with more than 105,000 without power, mainly in central and n…
Dangerous Storms Moving Eastward With Wind Gusts Up To 70 MPH Reported, Tornadoes Possible Dangerous Storms Moving Eastward With Wind Gusts Up To 70 MPH Reported, Tornadoes Possible
Dangerous Storms Moving Eastward With Wind Gusts Up To 70 MPH Reported, Tornadoes Possible A potent system sweeping through the Northeast is bring severe storms to parts of the region. Scattered storm activity, which began in the middle of the afternoon Tuesday, July 16, is expected to continue into the middle of the evening. According to the National Weather Service, the primary threats are locally damaging wind gusts that can down trees and power lines, along with heavy rainfall.  Wind gusts of 70 miles per hour have been repeated from some of the stronger storms shown in red in the radar image of the region late Tuesday afternoon shown above. "Please move to a safe inte…
Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing
Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing A massive system stretching from the Midwest to the East will bring separate rounds of severe thunderstorms to the region amid high heat and humidity. According to the National Weather Service, the primary threats are locally damaging wind gusts that can down trees and power lines, along with heavy rainfall.  A few tornadoes are also possible, along with small hail. The first image above from AccuWeather.com shows areas in orange where severe storms are possible on Tuesday, July 16. The timing for the storms is from around 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. More severe weather is on trac…
ID Released For Beachgoer Who Died In Apparent Drowning At Smith Point County Park In Shirley ID Released For Beachgoer Who Died In Apparent Drowning At Smith Point County Park In Shirley
ID Released For Beachgoer Who Died In Apparent Drowning At Smith Point County Park In Shirley The identity has been released of a beachgoer who died in an apparent drowning on Long Island. The incident happened just before 4 p.m. Sunday, July 14, at Outer Beach at Smith Point County Park in Shirley when good Samaritans pulled the unresponsive man from the water.  The man was transported to Long Island Community Hospital in Patchogue, where he was pronounced dead. He has now been ID'd as Michael Petruzzo, age 64, who police say was undomiciled.  Original report - Man Dies In Apparent Drowning At Smith Point County Park In Shirley Detectives are asking an…
$26.1M Flood Mitigation Project Starts In Cortlandt $26.1M Flood Mitigation Project Starts In Cortlandt
$26.1M Flood Mitigation Project Starts In Cortlandt Work has started on a $26.1 million flood mitigation project in Northern Westchester just east of the Hudson River. The project will elevate the Annsville Circle as well as a half-mile stretch along Route 6/Route 202 in the town of Cortlandt, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on Monday, July 15. “Last July, dozens of state roads in the Hudson Valley were affected by one of the most intense and devastating storms in years, causing mass flooding and road closures, and overwhelming communities,” Hochul said. “Resilient infrastructure is necessary to ensure public safety, and this project in Wes…
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