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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
  • Parents Fined for Bullying Children in Western NY City

    WHITE HAVEN — A new law in a western New York community could send parents to jail if their children are found bullying others, and it is getting a lot of attention. A woman from North Tonawanda, New York witnessed her son get bullied. She watched him get punched in the face by a classmate. She created a Facebook page that became the first step in getting the law passed for her city, and on October 1, it went into […]

  • Remembering Teen Boy Killed on Bicycle

    SHENANDOAH — 13-year-old Scott Ort of Shenandoah was hit by a car while riding his bike last week. He later died at a hospital in the Lehigh Valley. Monday night, family and friends remembered him as the sweetest boy in the whole world. “The people that got to have his eyes, they can see, and his kidneys,” said Scott’s mother, Ivey Ort. Friends and family say he was the kind of boy who would do anything for anyone. Now, Scott’s […]

  • Preventing the Flu: Getting it and Spreading it

    WILKES-BARRE — Flu outbreaks are most prevalent during the cold season, so now would be a good time to get a flu shot if you plan on doing so this year. A new study shows one particular group of people who are more likely to spread the flu are the ones not getting the shot to begin with. A flu shot takes just a few seconds to get and could prevent a long winter of getting sick. “Last year, I […]

  • Last Step in Pittston I-81 Project

    PITTSTON TOWNSHIP — A road project on Interstate 81 is finally in its last stage. After almost four years, the construction on I-81 in the Pittston/Dupont area is just about done. The split barriers are gone for the first time in a long time on Interstate 81 near the Pittston/Dupont exit. It took all of Sunday and Monday night to remove the southbound barriers, maintain traffic and paint lines back on the roads. “Oh my God, it seems like it’s […]

  • Vets Taking Stand on Kneeling

    SCRANTON —¬†While many professional athletes are taking a knee, the Lackawanna County Council of Veterans are taking a stand and released an official statement about recent events of NFL players protesting during the National Anthem. They are condemning those actions. “We’re the people that fought and defended the freedom to protest. There is a time and a place to protest,” said Lackawanna County Council of Veterans Commander Joe Albert. The Council of Veterans say they are not condemning athletes using […]

  • Joe Meets ‘Little Go Joe’ Fans

    ELMHURST TOWNSHIP —¬†Some of WNEP’s biggest fans got to met their favorite morning meteorologist. Joe Snedeker paid a visit to St. Mary’s Villa in Elmhurst Township Wednesday morning. “Oh, sure we wore our best clothes and everything,” Dolores Dubas said. Originally from Jessup, Dubas now lives at St. Mary’s Villa. It was a visit staff and residents have been waiting for for 12 years. That is when the assisted living facility started “Little Go Joe.” Every year, when Joe Snedeker […]

  • Days Off Feeling Like Summer Break

    DALLAS TOWNSHIP — For the second day in a row, several school districts dismissed students early because of the heat, but in Dallas, that’s not a problem because students aren’t in class. Last Friday, teachers in the Dallas School District went on strike and even on this day, in this heat, they are still on the picket lines Across campus, the Dallas boys’ tennis team is enjoying their day off. The season doesn’t start until the spring, but the team’s […]

  • Embracing the Near-Record Heat

    COOLBAUGH TOWNSHIP — The leaves are changing and are even starting to fall at Tobyhanna State Park, but Mother Nature hasn’t quite gotten the message. Monday was another day of near-record heat, but people at the state park in Monroe County didn’t seem to mind. “I used to come here as a kid all the time more than 40 years ago, and I remembered it being very beautiful. It’s actually more beautiful than I remembered, which I didn’t think was […]

  • 27th Annual Race for the Cure

    SCRANTON — It’s the one day a year when downtown Scranton transforms completely pink. Saturday was the 27th annual NEPA Komen Race for the Cure. Thousands showed up to walk and run to remember those lost, to honor those who survived, but most importantly, to raise funds for mammograms, treatment, research, and education. Among the crowd of thousands, everyone had a story, and every story was different. “Because I was afraid that she wouldn’t make it, but she survived and […]

  • Rainy Summer Bringing Better Pumpkins this Fall

    NESCOPECK TOWNSHIP — All that rain we saw this summer may have felt like a drag at the time, but you might see some benefits when you start pumpkin picking this fall. “Pretty nice pumpkins this year; nice color, nice size. The rain came when it was supposed to come through the summer,” farmer Harry Roinick said. He owns Pumpkin Hill Produce Farms in Nescopeck Township. The wetter than average summer in northeast Pennsylvania meant less irrigation for farmers at […]

  • Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton Adding Maternity Care

    SCRANTON — There will soon be another option for moms to deliver babies in Lackawanna County. Officials announced Tuesday morning that Geisinger Community Medical Center is getting maternity care. In just 18 months, the third floor of Geisinger Community Medical Center will once again be the hospital’s maternity center. This Scranton location will now be the second option in Lackawanna County for expectant moms and babies. In 2007, Community Medical Center closed its doors to maternity care, but now the […]

  • Fleeing Florida Storm in Lehighton

    LEHIGHTON — A family from Carbon County moved to Florida just months ago. The entire family now has seven homes in the city of Naples in southwest Florida, but were thankful to still have their family home in Lehighton. It became their safe place to watch from afar as Hurricane Irma made landfall this weekend. Patty Burns and her sister-in-law are originally from Lehighton but just moved to Naples, Florida in May. Last week, when they saw just how big […]