Chris Boyle has been writing for LongIsland.com since 2015, and enjoys covering a variety of topics, ranging from investigative news, to the latest entertainment stories.
By Chris Boyle July 03, 2020
Judge Derrick J. Robinson of the Suffolk County District Court has a background in law that goes back 35 years.
By Chris Boyle June 25, 2020
New York State has begun a phased reopening, and as a result traffic is slowly but surely beginning to build up once again.
By Chris Boyle June 22, 2020
When it comes to helping address the country’s hunger problem, Plitz Corporation’s approach is simple yet direct.
By Chris Boyle June 16, 2020
Fred Chall Marine Supply, in business for 38 years, is a one-stop shop for anything and everything you could possibly want in a boating supply store.
By Chris Boyle June 12, 2020
Medical Associates of NY is a primary care and multispecialty group that offers a plethora of important benefits, from general checkups to a number of specialized services.
By Chris Boyle June 10, 2020
Goldie Rides, a viable alternative to ride-sharing services, looks to be the premiere mode of for-hire transportation on Long Island.
By Chris Boyle June 09, 2020
Hauppauge-based business has already made a name for themselves as purveyors of cutting-edge safety equipment in the age of COVID-19.
By Chris Boyle June 02, 2020
Life-long Long Islander Kevin Wood hosts program centered on just about anything of interest having to do with Long Island and Long Islanders.
By Chris Boyle May 18, 2020
Melville-based, family-run business founded by father-son duo Mark and John Cronin offers the world’s largest selection of socks, and helps spread awareness for important causes.
By Chris Boyle May 11, 2020
Bathtub Doctor offering new home maintenance service for customers as a way of heading off potential issues in their dwelling BEFORE they happen.
By Chris Boyle May 02, 2020
World Ninja Sport is currently offering custom backyard obstacle course installation to introduce people to the wonders of Ninja Warrior training.
By Chris Boyle April 28, 2020
Why do it now? Fire safety - Fresh air- Added value - Natural sunlight - Code compliance - Peace of mind
By Chris Boyle April 27, 2020
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo outlined a phased plan to re-open New York
By Chris Boyle April 24, 2020
Today’s unemployment numbers show that roughly 26.5 million Americans have lost their jobs
By Chris Boyle April 23, 2020
Good Samaritans noticed that first responders needed personal protective gear and decided to do something about it