Ally was born in Philadelphia and grew up in New Jersey right outside the city. She attended Temple University and graduated with a degree in Media Studies and Production from the School of Media and Communication. During her time at Temple, Ally interned at Fox 29 in Philadelphia in the Special Projects department and at CBS 3 in Philadelphia in the weather department. In her final year at Temple, Ally began taking classes online at Mississippi State University for her certificate in Meteorology.

Ally began her career in Panama City Beach, Florida at NewsChannel 7 where she was the weekend weather anchor and reporter during the week. She was in Florida for about a year before she got an offer from her dream station, WNEP!

Ally first started watching Newswatch 16 in 2011 when she met her college roommates at Temple. From Dunmore and Scranton, her roommates often brought Ally to their homes on the weekends. Ally is so excited to be back in the Northeast and much closer to home.

Ally is a big fan of the Phillies, and of course the Temple Owls. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her family, working out, and traveling.


Recent Articles
  • St. Stanislaus School Closed for Good

    SCRANTON — It’s not uncommon to see a quiet St. Stanislaus Elementary School in mid-June. This fall, though, the school on East Elm Street in Scranton will not re-open, after dwindling enrollment the last five years. “We just wish the children the best. We hope that they find they’re niche in their new school,” LuAnn Kaszuba said. The elementary school is part of the St. Stanislaus Cathedral of the Polish National Catholic Church. It has been around for 120 years, […]

  • Battling and Buzzing off Cancer

    SCRANTON — Every other year, the owner of a barber shop in Honesdale partners with the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute to “buzz off” cancer. Folks in the community agree to shave their heads and beards all while raising money. Monday, employees at the Toyota of Scranton rallied behind this cause to get involved. More than 15 employees at the Toyota of Scranton on Main Avenue in Scranton took part in the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute’s Buzz Off Cancer event. Among […]

  • 92-Year-Old Furniture Store Going out of Business

    HAZLE TOWNSHIP — It was a sign many folks thought they would never see. Nathan’s Furniture is going out of business, after proudly serving the Hazleton area for 92 years. “I’m here for bargains! I was here the other day,” Mary Martnick said.Martnick lives in West Hazleton and has been shopping at Nathan’s for decades. She was back Wednesday for the second time this week to take advantage of the sale prices. Martnick lives in West Hazleton and has been […]

  • Celebrating 149 Years of Teaching Experience

    SCRANTON — It was a bittersweet day at a school in Scranton. Students and teachers are excited to start summer vacation; but next school year, things will just not be the same as three teachers and their decades of experience are headed into retirement. Carol Migliorino has taught at St. Clare/St. Paul School for 46 years. Before that, she spent 10 years of her childhood there, attending the school in Scranton from first through 10th grades. “I’ve spent most of […]

  • End in Sight for Dunmore Road Work

    DUNMORE — Road construction near Dunmore corners has been slowing down traffic for more than a year now, but the end is in sight and business owners in that part of Lackawanna County say they are really starting to see the improvements. “It’s going to be a big improvement for Dunmore, no doubt about it,” said Richard Sabato at Sack’s Tailor Shop. “It’s going to make the traffic flow a little easier.” Road work in Dunmore around Dunmore corners and […]

  • State Park Pool Packed on This Hot Day

    BENTON TOWNSHIP — School is out for the summer, at least for some kids. Jade Edwards of Carbondale and her friends don’t officially start summer vacation until Friday, but they skipped school Monday to spend the day at the Lackawanna State Park Swimming Pool. “I like it out here because it’s summer, we can just hang out and have a nice refreshing time in a pool like this,” Edwards said. For others, Monday was a celebration because summer vacation is […]

  • Floating Restaurant Possible on Harveys Lake

    HARVEYS LAKE — Edye Schneider of Scranton envisions a restaurant floating right out on Harveys Lake. She put those plans into motion in February. She presented the idea to the Harveys Lake zoning board Tuesday night and met quite a bit of resistance. “I’ve really looked into how to make this safe for the community, how to make this a viable thing to do because it really hasn’t been done before,” Schneider said. A dream Schneider had such high hopes […]

  • Johnson College Hosts Career Exploration Day for High Schoolers

    SCRANTON — Johnson College played host to nearly 100 high school students Tuesday for a “Career Exploration Day.” “To increase awareness with some of the local schools that we have. We wanted to set up this event so that they can see traditional and non-traditional fields,” said Johnson College’s Enrollment and Student Engagement Specialist Stephanie Greaney. Students in 10th and 11th grades from high schools in the area got to use some of Johnson College’s campus labs to become familiar […]

  • Greek Food Festival Back for Another Year

    SCRANTON — It’s a tradition that has been going on for almost 50 years. The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival is back, and there’s more than one reason that some people wait all year round for this week. “I come back every year because of the baklava. The food is excellent, I really love the food, but the baklava is the best,” said Ed Kolesar of Blakely. Tuesday kicked off the week-long food festival along North Washington Avenue in […]

  • First-hand Account of Police Dealing with Terror

    SCRANTON —¬†A criminal justice professor at the University of Scranton is back home after spending the last five months in London. He was in England for the first two terror attacks and got home just before the third. Michael Jenkins is an associate professor of criminal justice at the University of Scranton. He spent the last five months in London in a fellowship program working with the Metropolitan Police to study how they use force in resolving everyday situations. Anti-terrorism […]

  • UPDATE: Bank Robbery in Scranton

    Bank robbery at Citizens Savings Bank on corner of Lackawanna and Wyoming Ave. in downtown Scranton. Suspect is a male. @WNEP pic.twitter.com/YsvJEXnzZL — Alexandra Gallo (@ally_gallo) June 5, 2017 SCRANTON —¬†Scranton police believe it was a homeless man who robbed a bank Monday morning. Authorities released as security camera picture of the man police say held up Citizens Savings Bank at the corner of Wyoming and Lackawanna Avenues. They tell us Joseph Dering handed a teller two notes one saying […]

  • A Tradition Older Than Anyone Can Remember in Carbon County

    SUMMIT HILL — Nobody could quiet answer the question, “How long has this parade in Summit Hill been in existence?” But every parade-goer gave the same answer: it’s been going on for as long as they have been alive. For over 70 years, the borough of Summit Hill has been home to the Memorial Day parade, the largest veteran tribute in Carbon County. “This is a fantastic parade, and everyone comes out no matter what. Rain, sunshine, whatever they’re all […]