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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 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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  1. Don't Fall For It: Alert Issued For Online Shopping Scams Involving Fake Websites

    Don't Fall For It: Alert Issued For Online Shopping Scams Involving Fake Websites

    Shoppers looking for holiday deals online are being warned that thousands of fake websites are popping up every week and stealing money from victims, according to cybersecurity experts.The surge in these malicious sites has been sparked by the surge in online shopping as well as criminals taking advantage of the demand for products in short supply, the experts say.Victims often enter ...

  2. One Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash At Long Island Intersection

    One Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash At Long Island Intersection

    One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash at a Long Island intersection.It happened just before 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 26 in Farmingdale, at the intersection of Clinton Street and Conklin Street. A 2011 Nissan X-terra was traveling westbound on Conklin Street and a 2006 Mercedes was traveling eastbound on Clinton Street at the time of the collision, Nassau County Police said.The ...

  3. 26-Year-Old Firefighter Dies After Blaze Breaks Out At His NY Home

    26-Year-Old Firefighter Dies After Blaze Breaks Out At His NY Home

    A young firefighter died after a blaze broke out at his home in Westchester County on Thanksgiving morning.Sean Carroll was 26 years old.The fire began in the basement of the Carroll home in Thornwood in the early hours of Thursday, Nov. 25, according to authorities."First responding fire department members were able to evacuate Teresa Carroll and Connor Carroll who were asleep during ...

  4. Suspect Nabbed After Robbery At Long Island Lowe's

    Suspect Nabbed After Robbery At Long Island Lowe's

    A suspect has been apprehended after a robbery at a Long Island Lowe's home improvement store.On Friday, Nov. 26, at approximately 5 a.m., a manager from the Riverhead Lowe's location on Old Country Road contacted Riverhead Police to advise that upon reporting for work, he found the glass broken out in two of the front doors. Marked patrol units responded and conducted a search of ...

  5. Man Shot, Killed Outside His Long Island Home

    Man Shot, Killed Outside His Long Island Home

    Police are investigating a shooting that killed a Long Island man overnight.The man was shot outside his Moriches residence on Friday, Nov. 26, at about 1 a.m.The victim, Tyrell Durham, age 37, who resided at Tall Oaks Circle, was transported to Long Island Community Hospital in East Patchogue where he was pronounced dead, Suffolk County Police said.Detectives are asking ...

  6. Recall Issued For Antiperspirant Products Due To Cancer-Causing Chemical

    Recall Issued For Antiperspirant Products Due To Cancer-Causing Chemical

    Antiperspirant products are being recalled because of a cancer-causing chemical.Old Spice says it is voluntarily recalling the aerosol spray products that were sold in stores nationwide and online due to the presence of the chemical compound benzene in some products. "Daily exposure to the level of benzene detected would not be expected to cause adverse health ...

  7. Dog Stolen During Long Island Home Burglary

    Dog Stolen During Long Island Home Burglary

    An investigation is underway after a residential burglary in which a dog was stolen on Long Island.A person or people entered a home in Huntington, located on Robin Lane between approximately 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25, and stole a French Bulldog and a Sony PlayStation 5, Suffolk County Police said.The French Bulldog, Stella, is 4 years old and approximately 20 ...

  8. Suspect Nabbed In Stabbing At Parking Lot Of Long Island Gas Station

    Suspect Nabbed In Stabbing At Parking Lot Of Long Island Gas Station

    A suspect has been apprehended after an overnight stabbing on Long Island.It happened around 8:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25 in Wyandanch.Following an alteration, Ronald Carson, age 49, of Wyandanch, stabbed a man in the parking lot of BP Gas, located at 1501 Straight Path, Suffolk County Police said.The victim, of North Amityville, was transported to a local hospital ...

  9. Separate Systems Will Bring First Accumulating Snowfall To Much Of Region

    Separate Systems Will Bring First Accumulating Snowfall To Much Of Region

    Separate systems will bring the first accumulating snowfall to much of the region over the course of the next few days.The larger, more widespread storm is expected at the end of Thanksgiving weekend from a Clipper system moving from west to east. For a look at areas expected to see a mix of rain and snow (in pink), snow showers (light blue), and snow (blue) from the system, ...

  10. COVID-19: Newly Discovered Strain Could Be Worse Than Delta Variant, Scientists Fear

    COVID-19: Newly Discovered Strain Could Be Worse Than Delta Variant, Scientists Fear

    A new COVID-19 variant that could be worse than the Delta strain is sparking concerns among scientists.The B.1.1.529 strain, now known as Omicron, could become a "variant of concern" as soon as Friday, Nov. 26, when the World Health Organization holds an emergency meeting.It is now spreading rapidly in parts of South Africa after first being detected in neighboring ...

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