The editor and publisher of The Rochester Voice is Harrison Thorp, a 30-year journalist, who worked at newspapers in Maine, New Hampshire, Virginia and Massachusetts before beginning The Lebanon Voice five years ago.
Mr. Thorp won three Sunday newspaper awards while editor of the former Foster's Sunday Citizen as well as awards for enterprise transportation and crime reporting from the New Hampshire Press Association and New England Press Association.
While at the Culpeper Star-Exponent in Virginia, he also won an Associated Press sports feature writing award.
Also an author, Mr. Thorp penned Freak the News in 2010, his one and only novel, a suspense drama set inside a raucous, ribald newsroom at a corrupt Maine newspaper.
Martha T. Soto Galicia is the president of The Rochester Voice.
Ms. Soto-Galicia as a child escaped with her family from Cuba and Fidel Castro's communist regime, settling in Miami.
Prior to working at The Rochester Voice, she worked in public relations, developing and implementing marketing and promotional campaigns for the Comedy Fix Traffic School of Sunrise, Fla.
Earlier in her career she served as an account executive for TV Time Inc. of Miami, where she negotiated contracts for time and space in all forms of media including newspapers and television.
Ms. Soto-Galicia has also worked as a legal secretary and an office manager.
Her creative outlets include stand-up comedy and performing as Butterfingers Da Klown at town events and private parties.
Ms. Soto-Galicia and Mr. Thorp live together in West Lebanon with their cat, the mischievous Sketch Zachariah Thorp.