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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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Joe Lombardi's Contributions

  1. New Round Of Scattered Thunderstorms Will Lead To Big Change In Weather Pattern

    New Round Of Scattered Thunderstorms Will Lead To Big Change In Weather Pattern

    A new round of scattered showers and thunderstorms will lead to a big change in the weather pattern following a stretch of days with temperatures a bit below normal. Temperatures may not get out of the 70s on Thursday, July 16 for much of the area. Morning clouds will give way to partly sunny skies in the afternoon.A frontal system from the west will bring scattered showers ...

  2. Alligator Turned Over To Long Island Authorities

    Alligator Turned Over To Long Island Authorities

    An American alligator was turned over to the Suffolk County SPCA and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA said the two-foot long alligator was given to the SPCA on Tuesday, July 14 because the owner, who had purchased the alligator out of state, did not have a license to own it in New York State.The reptile will be transported to a ...

  3. COVID-19: Here's Hudson Valley Three-Day Testing Trend, Number Of New Cases In Each County

    COVID-19: Here's Hudson Valley Three-Day Testing Trend, Number Of New Cases In Each County

    There has been a slight downturn in positive test results for COVID-19 in the Hudson Valley, according to three-day data released Wednesday, July 15.Of the 63,598 tests conducted on Tuesday, July 14 in New York State yesterday, 831, or 1.30 percent, were positive.In the Hudson Valley, the positive percentages in the last three days are as follows:Sunday, July 12: 0.8 percentMonday, ...

  4. COVID-19: Here's Long Island Three-Day Testing Trend, Number Of New Cases In Each County

    COVID-19: Here's Long Island Three-Day Testing Trend, Number Of New Cases In Each County

    There has been a downturn in positive test results for COVID-19 on Long Island, according to three-day data released Wednesday, July 15.Of the 63,598 tests conducted on Tuesday, July 14 in New York State yesterday, 831, or 1.30 percent, were positive.On Long Island, the positive percentages in the last three days are as follows:Sunday, July 12: 1.5 percentMonday, July 13: 2.0 ...

  5. ID Released For 17-Year-Old Found Shot Dead Near Busy Long Island Intersection

    ID Released For 17-Year-Old Found Shot Dead Near Busy Long Island Intersection

    The identity has been released of a teenager found shot and killed near a busy Long Island intersection.It happened on Saturday, July 11 just before midnight in Roslyn.The victim, now identified as 17-year-old Jarol Hernandez, of Hempstead, was on the ground when officers arrived in the vicinity of Northern Boulevard and Museum Drive, according to Nassau County Police ...

  6. COVID-19: State Guidelines For Reopening Schools Now Available To Public

    COVID-19: State Guidelines For Reopening Schools Now Available To Public

    Guidelines sent to school districts when the formula that will be used to reopen schools across New York State was announced are now available for the general public.Under the formula, schools can reopen if the region is in Phase 4 and the daily COVID-19 infection rate is five percent or lower over a 14-day average.But if the regional infection rate is greater than nine percent using a ...

  7. Suspect At Large After Man Shot At Long Island Residence

    Suspect At Large After Man Shot At Long Island Residence

    A suspect is on the loose and an investigation underway after a man was shot overnight at a Long Island residence.It happened Tuesday, July 14 at about 8 p.m. in Coram.Dondre Jackson, 28, of Shirley, sustained two gunshot wounds after several shots were fired into a residence on Sequoia Drive, Suffolk County Police said. Before officers arrived at the scene, Jackson ...

  8. COVID-19: Travelers From Four More States Added To NY/NJ/CT Quarantine List

    COVID-19: Travelers From Four More States Added To NY/NJ/CT Quarantine List

    Travelers from four more states with high positive testing rates for COVID-19 have now been added to the joint quarantine order for out-of-state travelers to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.The newly-added states as of Tuesday, July 14 are Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin, bringing the total number of states on the list to 22.Delaware, which had been added to the ...

  9. Long Island Woman Killed After Car Crashes Into Tree On Southern State Parkway

    Long Island Woman Killed After Car Crashes Into Tree On Southern State Parkway

    A Long Island woman was killed when her car crashed into a tree on the Southern State Parkway overnight, state police said.It happened on Monday, July 13, at approximately 2 a.m.,  on the eastbound side in the area of exit 19S, in Hempstead. Taeri Kim, 31, of East Meadow, was driving a 2015 Honda Accord when she lost control of the vehicle, striking the tree on the right ...

  10. COVID-19: Air Travelers From Quarantined States Now Must Register After Arriving In NY

    COVID-19: Air Travelers From Quarantined States Now Must Register After Arriving In NY

    Air travelers from 19 states with high COVID-19 infection rates who are required to quarantine for two weeks after arriving in New York and Connecticut will now have to register at the airport.They will be required to complete a form telling officials where they are coming from and where they plan to quarantine. The policy will go into effect in New York on Tuesday, July 14, ...

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