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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Patchogue Man Threatens To Shoot, Blow Up Half Hollow Hills East HS In Dix Hills, Police Say Patchogue Man Threatens To Shoot, Blow Up Half Hollow Hills East HS In Dix Hills, Police Say
Patchogue Man Threatens To Shoot, Blow Up Half Hollow Hills East HS In Dix Hills, Police Say A Long Island resident has been accused of threatening to cause mass harm at a local school. The man called the Half Hollow Hills East High School, located in Dix Hills, on Tuesday, April 9, and threatened to shoot and blow up the school, Suffolk County Police said. Second Precinct Crime Section officers arrested the man near his residence in Patchogue at approximately 3:40 p.m. Thursday, April 11. Christopher Ryan, age 42, was charged with making a threat of mass harm, a Class B Misdemeanor.  He was scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Centra…
Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power In Westchester Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power In Westchester
Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power In Westchester A potent storm system accompanied by strong, gusty winds has caused thousands of customers in the Hudson Valley to lose power. At around 9 a.m. Friday, April 12, 1,070 NYSEG customers lost power in Putnam County, 410 in Ulster County, another 56 in Dutchess County, and 174 in Northern Westchester. Con Edison reported 406 customers without power in Westchester County, with an estimated restoration time of 3 p.m. Friday. Central Hudson says 3,659 customers were without power due to 60 active outages, with more than 2,800 in the dark in Dutchess, 306 in Ulster County, 292 in Putnam, 143 …
Storm: Thousands Without Power In Connecticut; Here Are Most Affected Areas Storm: Thousands Without Power In Connecticut; Here Are Most Affected Areas
Storm: Thousands Without Power In Connecticut; Here Are Most Affected Areas A potent storm system accompanied by strong, gusty winds has caused thousands of customers in Connecticut to lose power. At around 8:30 a.m. Friday, April 12, more than 3,700 customers were in the dark statewide. Eversource reported 2,934 affected customers, with the most in Newtown (246), Danbury (219), Coventry (207), Plymouth (169), Ridgefield (165), and Somers (135). United Illuminating is reporting 753 customers without power, with the most in Shelton (710). South Norwalk Electric Works is reporting 16 customers without power. Earlier report - Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing…
Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands On Long Island Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands On Long Island
Storm: Strong Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands On Long Island A potent storm system accompanied by strong, gusty winds has caused thousands of customers on Long Island to lose power. At around 8:15 a.m. Friday, April 12, PSEG Long Island reported that 3,741 customers were without power due to 118 active outages. A total of 2,182 are without power in Suffolk and 1,559 in Nassau County. Earlier report - Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Winds Knock Out Power; Latest Timing Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Winds Knock Out Power; Latest Timing Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Winds Knock Out Power; Latest Timing
Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Winds Knock Out Power; Latest Timing A powerful storm accompanying a strong frontal system that brought heavy downpours and gusty winds to the Northeast overnight is lingering into the day on Friday, April 12 with localized flooding and thousands of power outages reported. Wind speeds on Friday will generally be between 16 and 20 miles per hour, with gusts up to 30 to 35 miles per hour.  Gusts of 50 mph or more were reported overnight. A widespread 1 to 3 inches of precipitation is expected with locally higher amounts. There could be scattered thunderstorms at times during the day on Friday, along with lingering rain an…
New Update: Storm Packed With Downpours, 50 MPH Gusts Now Sweeping Through Region; Latest New Update: Storm Packed With Downpours, 50 MPH Gusts Now Sweeping Through Region; Latest
New Update: Storm Packed With Downpours, 50 MPH Gusts Now Sweeping Through Region; Latest A powerful storm accompanying a strong frontal system moving up to the Northeast from the south is now bringing downpours, potential flooding, and gusty winds to the region. New Storm Update: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding, Dangerous Winds Knock Out Power; Latest Timing 04/12/2024 07:30 AM The time frame for heavy pair, possible flooding and power outages is Thursday night, April 11, into Friday, April 12.  "This storm system's impacts include moderate to heavy rain, a low probability of flash flooding, gusty winds, and minor to locally moderate coastal flooding," the National Weathe…
Rite Aid Announces Additional NY Store Closures After Declaring Bankruptcy Rite Aid Announces Additional NY Store Closures After Declaring Bankruptcy
Rite Aid Announces Additional NY Store Closures After Declaring Bankruptcy Rite Aid has announced new store closures after the struggling pharmacy chain filed for bankruptcy in the fourth quarter of 2023. Shortly after declaring bankruptcy, Rite Aid announced 154 store closures, with 20 in New York, and 14 on Long Island. In a filing on Tuesday, April 9, the company said 17 more stores, including three in New York (with two on Long Island) are now slated for closure. Rite Aid currently has 2,000 stores and about 44,000 employees. The Long Island stores slated for closure (with the newly announced closures in bold) are: 283 West Jericho Turnpike, Huntingto…
Rite Aid Announces Massachusetts Store Closure After Declaring Bankruptcy Rite Aid Announces Massachusetts Store Closure After Declaring Bankruptcy
Rite Aid Announces Massachusetts Store Closure After Declaring Bankruptcy Rite Aid has announced new store closures after the struggling pharmacy chain filed for bankruptcy in the fourth quarter of 2023. Shortly after declaring bankruptcy, Rite Aid announced 154 store closures. In a filing on Tuesday, April 9, the company said 17 more stores, including one in Massachusetts, in Fall River, at 10 Stafford Road, Rite Aid currently has 2,000 stores and about 44,000 employees. Rite Aid is one of a number of drugstore chains facing litigation related to the deadly abuse of opioids and more than a thousand lawsuits have been filed claiming Rite Aid illegally…
Total Solar Eclipse Rescue: Injured NY Woman Pulled To Safety From Mountain In Path Of Totality Total Solar Eclipse Rescue: Injured NY Woman Pulled To Safety From Mountain In Path Of Totality
Total Solar Eclipse Rescue: Injured NY Woman Pulled To Safety From Mountain In Path Of Totality An injured woman was rescued during the height of the solar eclipse in an area in upstate New York that was in the path of totality. According to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, the incident began in the middle of the afternoon on Monday, April 8, at Adirondack trailheads in Franklin County, in the town of Santa Clara. Just after 4:30 p.m., authorities received a call about a hiker with a lower leg injury near the summit of Mount Saint Regis.  Due to the terrain and trail conditions, Forest Rangers called for assistance from the New York State Police (NYSP) Avia…
Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rain From New Storm System Taking Aim At Region Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rain From New Storm System Taking Aim At Region
Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rain From New Storm System Taking Aim At Region A storm moving up to the Northeast from the south will bring downpours and potential flooding to the region. Click here for a new, updated story - New Storm System Packed With 40 MPH Gusts Headed To Region: Here's Timing The heaviest rain and possible flooding is expected Thursday night, April 11, into Friday, April 12. (See the first image above from AccuWeather.com.) Minor to moderate coastal flooding is likely during the storm. (Click on the second image above.) Showers will arrive Thursday afternoon with rain, which will be heavy at times, at night, according to the N…
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