Joe Lombardi

Managing Director, Content

jlombardi@dailyvoice.com

Joe Lombardi, Daily Voice's Managing Director/Content, 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 15 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 as the Managing Director/Content in the fall of 2017.

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Saugerties Woman Caught With Child Porn, Police Say Saugerties Woman Caught With Child Porn, Police Say
Saugerties Woman Caught With Child Porn, Police Say A woman from the region has been arrested after she was allegedly found to have child pornography. Following an ongoing investigation, Ulster County resident Jodi Judson, age 54, of Saugerties, was arrested  on Monday, Sept. 18 and charged with possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child, a felony. She was released released on an appearance ticket to reappear in the Town of Saugerties Justice Court on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Leading up to the arrest, on Thursday, Aug. 3, the Saugerties Police Department was contacted by the Dallas Fort Worth Airport Police Departme…
Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall
Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall The first weekend of fall will be a washout as Ophelia, which made landfall in North Carolina as a tropical storm just over 24 hours ago, moves north-northeast. Additional rainfall amounts Sunday, Sept. 24 will be between an inch and two inches, bringing the total amount of precipitation for the weekend to around 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts. (See the first image above from AccuWeather.com.) It will remain mostly cloudy Sunday, Sept. 24 with rain at times during the day and again at night, and possible thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service. Some of the storm…
Long Island Restaurant Announces Closure After Foodborne Illness Incident Sickens Dozens Long Island Restaurant Announces Closure After Foodborne Illness Incident Sickens Dozens
Long Island Restaurant Announces Closure After Foodborne Illness Incident Sickens Dozens A Long Island restaurant is permanently closing two weeks after dozens of people were sickened from a foodborne illness incident. The last day in business for Kumo Sushi & Steakhouse in Stony Brook will be Sunday, Sept. 24. "In light of the recent events, we have made the very difficult decision to permanently close the restaurant," the eatery said in a statement released on Saturday, Sept. 23. Located on Nesconset Highway, it had been in business for 10 years. Twelve of the 24 people sickened on Saturday, Sept. 9 had to be hospitalized. Of the 28 people sickened, 12 had to be taken …
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed Just as Ophelia barrels up the East Coast, a brand-new tropical storm has formed amid a flurry of activity in the Atlantic basin. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, the center of Tropical Storm Philippe was in the eastern Atlantic, moving toward the northwest at around 14 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center. Maximum sustained winds are around 40 miles per hour with higher gusts.  On the forecast track, Philippe is expected to move  west over open water through midweek and then northward.  For the storm's projected path through Thursday, S…
Man Accused Of Using Counterfeit Currency At 10 Suffolk County Businesses Man Accused Of Using Counterfeit Currency At 10 Suffolk County Businesses
Man Accused Of Using Counterfeit Currency At 10 Suffolk County Businesses A man has been accused of using counterfeit currency at 10 Long Island businesses. The Southampton Police Department advised Suffolk County Police Seventh Squad detectives that the suspect was in custody on Friday evening, Sept. 22 after he was arrested for using counterfeit cash throughout the Seventh and Fifth Precinct of Suffolk County, as well as Westhampton Village, Southampton Village and Easthampton Village. Following an investigation, it was determined that Nicolas Munoz, age 22, of Queens, was responsible for passing counterfeit $100 bills at the foll…
Fatal DUI Crash: 34-Year-Old ID'd As Victim After Vehicles Collide On I-95 Fatal DUI Crash: 34-Year-Old ID'd As Victim After Vehicles Collide On I-95
Fatal DUI Crash: 34-Year-Old ID'd As Victim After Vehicles Collide On I-95 One person was killed in a crash involving an allegedly drunk driver on a stretch of I-95 in Connecticut overnight. It happened on the northbound side around 7:20 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 in Milford. Middlesex County resident Bilbraut Angel Caraballo, age 42, of Middlefield, was driving a truck towing a trailer south of Exit 39 A, when the truck drifted into the left lane and collided with a motorcycle, which was pushed into the concrete median, Connecticut State Police said. Victor Ryan Forbes, age 34, of West Haven, the driver of the motorcycle, was pronounced dead at the sce…
Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds
Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds Tropical Storm Ophelia is heading inland and northward, bringing heavy rainfall, coastal flooding, and strong winds that extend well beyond its center. Ophelia made landfall near Emerald Isle, North Carolina, on Saturday morning, Sept. 23.  It's packed with 65-mile-per-hour winds and is moving at around 13 mph. Isolated tornadoes are possible from the system. "Ophelia will spread drenching downpours, strong gusts, pounding surf, and ocean, sound, and bay flooding northward along the Atlantic coast from North Carolina to New Jersey, southeastern New York, and southern New England…
Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible
Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible A newly named tropical storm that has formed off the coast of North Carolina will bring heavy rain that could cause flooding along with strong wind gusts to much of the Northeast this weekend. New update - Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Moves North, Will Bring Heavy Rain, Strong Winds To Region Tropical Storm Ophelia is packed with winds of about 60 miles per hour and was about 185 miles south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, shortly after it strengthened in the middle of the afternoon Friday, Sept. 22, according to the National Hurricane Center. Isolated tornadoes are poss…
Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing
Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing A potent storm system currently identified as Potential Tropical Cyclone 16 is headed to the Northeast packed with heavy rain and strong wind gusts. Click here for a new, updated story - Tropical Storm Ophelia Forms Off Atlantic Coast: Will Bring Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds To Region The system, which will move into this region overnight Friday, Sept. 22 into Saturday, Sept. 23, and continue well into Saturday evening, "is expected to become a tropical storm and come onshore over North Carolina, then weaken as it makes its way toward our area," according to the National Weather Service. …
Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing
Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing A storm system on track for the first day of fall will be packed with heavy rain and wind gusts between 30 and 40 miles per hour in parts of the region, according to the National Weather Service. The system, which will arrive Saturday morning, Sept. 23, and continue well into the evening,  will stem from a tropical area of low pressure off the Florida peninsula. "The storm is likely to bring gusty winds and rounds of heavy rain to much of the East Coast," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tyler Roys said. Wind gusts are expected to be highest along the coast. It will be most…
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