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 September 16, 2016
The controversial Republican and Democratic contenders for the Oval Office in November's elections set to square off for the first time on Long Island.
By Chris Boyle September 09, 2016
A look at the new biographical drama opening in theaters today about US Airways pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.
By Chris Boyle September 01, 2016
A look at the thousands of cats living in the wild on Long Island, and what is needed to help with this serious problem.
By Chris Boyle August 16, 2016
A tireless executive responsible for spearheading countless initiatives that have helped to grow and shape LongIsland.com into what it is today gets a much-deserved promotion.
By Chris Boyle August 12, 2016
Outspoken opponent of Suffolk County red light camera program braves summer heatwave while seeking signatures for petition backing his run for State Senate in District 2.
By Chris Boyle August 11, 2016
Outspoken Suffolk County resident collecting signatures to support a run for NYS Senate District 2 at 7-Eleven at 454 Veterans Highway and Harned Road in Commack this Friday, August 12
By Chris Boyle July 28, 2016
Smith, a Certified Google Adwords Professional, brings years of experience to Long Island Media’s new Pay-Per-Click Marketing Department
By Chris Boyle July 27, 2016
Some of the business world’s top names travel to NY to impart their business acumen one-on-one with attendees
By Chris Boyle July 07, 2016
Long Island-based retailer HauntedProps.com takes it to Amazon after discovering the online retail giant is profiting off of their name.
By Chris Boyle July 06, 2016
Rocker hits East Coast this summer, including an August show in NYC; reflects on career, both past and present.
By Chris Boyle June 10, 2016
Courageous canine laid to rest after lifetime of dedicated service helping others.
By Chris Boyle June 08, 2016
The infamous scene of the 1974 murders that later launched a series of horror films is currently on sale for $850,000.
By Chris Boyle June 03, 2016
New rules affect salaried employees overtime eligibility for workers nationwide - how will these changes effect Long Island businesses?
By Chris Boyle May 27, 2016
Huge annual event caters to Long Island companies, entrepreneurs, and start-ups; offers education, networking, and support.