Michael White a Bellport resident and the founding editor and publisher of the Greater Long Island websites. Email him your story ideas or tips: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nick Esposito is a Long Island native who studied journalism at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue. He's a huge fan of sports and storytelling. If you have story ideas please e-mail him at email@example.com.
Matthew Ambrosio is a creative native of Long Island who lives in North Babylon. Matthew presents his broad body of knowledge and experiences with a fresh, original and realistic style. As an apparel entrepreneur, professional makeup artist, lifestyle enthusiast, foodie, educator and wannabe farmer, no topic is off limits.
Karl Grossman has been a reporter since 1962. He also teaches journalism as a full professor at SUNY/Westbury. He has received a George Polk Award and is a Long Island Journalism Hall of Fame member. He is the author of six books and the host of the nationally-aired TV program “Enviro Close-Up.”
Christopher Verga, Ed.D, is a local historian and American history lecturer at Suffolk County Community College. He's also the author of Bay Shore (2017) and Civil Rights on Long Island (2016), which are both part of the Images of America series.
Alyssa Vera is a journalism student at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue. She lives in Medford and is a 2011 graduate of Longwood High School.
Melissa Kuehnle is a Medford resident and lover of all things edible. She blogs about food from the Greater Patchogue area and beyond at yumness.wordpress.com.
BJ is a craft beer aficionado who lives in Patchogue and does his best to drink Main Street dry. Follow him on Twitter @BeerZ0mbie.
Benny Migs operates a full service photography studio in Patchogue Village where he offers photography and filmmaking services. He can be reached at 631-831-8858. Or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Mercurio is the owner of Lasting Impressions Photography, a family and children's portrait studio in Bay Shore. Jennifer has dedicated her career to her clients and their children, with an emphasis on children with special needs. She lives in West Islip with her husband and two daughters.
Brian Harmon grew up in the Village of Patchogue. He is an award-winning content creator who has worked in journalism and public relations for 25 years.
Kareema Charles is a broadcast journalist and a recent graduate of Stony Brook University's School of Journalism. Email: email@example.com