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Andy is a Lackawanna County native and Marywood College (now Marywood University) graduate who spent ten years in radio before making the move to television in 1990. He joined WNEP-TV in June of 1998 to produce Newswatch 16 Saturday and Sunday morning. He became anchor of the broadcasts one year later.

He is the recipient of several awards from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters. During his career in broadcasting, Andy has served as reporter, producer, anchor and assignment editor. He even served as a side-line reporter for live broadcasts of football and basketball games.

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  • Trump to Stump near Wilkes-Barre

    WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP — Fresh off the debate and the latest controversy, Donald Trump is coming to our area Monday evening. So far, there are two public events on the Trump agenda. The first is Monday afternoon just outside of Pittsburgh. The second at the arena in Wilkes-Barre Township. Trump has been in Wilkes-Barre area before. Back in April, the night before the Pennsylvania primary, Trump spoke before a capacity crowd. Since the latest Trump controversy, Trump is losing support even […]

  • Split Sessions Underway at Wyoming Valley West

    PLYMOUTH  — Wyoming Valley West High School is now the middle school as well. Students at Wyoming Valley West Middle School are sharing the building because their classrooms were declared off limits last week. Split sessions got underway Monday morning. High schoolers use the building in the morning, and in the afternoon, it belongs to the middle schoolers. Students we spoke with didn’t like starting classes extra early, but they also realized the school district was short on options. The […]

  • UPDATE: Repairs Finished to Water Main in West Pittston

    UPDATE — A broken water main is all patched up in Luzerne County. Pennsylvania American Water says repairs to the big pipe under Linden and Luzerne streets in West Pittston are finished after it broke Monday afternoon. The company is now getting the taps flowing again to the two dozens homes and businesses that were affected by the break in Luzerne County. WEST PITTSTON – Repairs are continuing on a water main break in West Pittston. A sewer line crew broke through […]

  • Cycling for Livestrong at the YMCA

    DUNMORE — The Greater Scranton YMCA hosted a biking marathon in Lackawanna County on Monday. An employee of the YMCA in Dunmore had a goal: riding a stationary bike for 10 hours. Colin Getts began riding the stationary bicycle at 6:30 a.m., moving toward his goal of helping cancer patients and survivors. Getts is the sports and wellness coordinator at the Greater Scranton YMCA. He’s pedaling for 10 hours to raise money for the YMCA’s Livestrong program. “Most people are […]

  • Working and Working Out on Labor Day in Scranton

    SCRANTON — Labor Day is the holiday dedicated to the social and economic achievements of the American worker. Still, a lot of people do have to work on Monday. Jerry Michaels might not have the most glamorous job in the world, but he does have one of the most important. “It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it.” He’s the guy who cleans the portable toilets. On this Labor Day morning, he’s on duty at La Festa Italiana […]

  • LCCC Opens at the Marketplace at Steamtown

    SCRANTON — From Bon Ton to books and biology — downtown Scranton has a new college campus and it’s in the middle of a shopping mall that’s been struggling to find new tenants. With a snip of the ribbon, the Scranton campus of Luzerne County Community College is open for business inside the Marketplace at Steamtown. The president of LCCC said the school wanted to be in Scranton for some time. The college looked at 30 sites before deciding on […]

  • New Students Move In at Marywood

    MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY — Our area’s population increased Monday morning; it’s freshman move-in day at Marywood University. It was organized chaos outside Loughran Hall on the campus of Marywood University with parents, new students, their vehicles, and their gear all in the same place at the same time. This is Nathan Michener’s first time living away from home, a day this Health and Physical Education major from Landsdale looked forward to. “I’m not worried,” said Michener. “I’ve done a lot to […]

  • Kathleen Kane: What Happens Next?

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY — After she was charged with perjury, Attorney General Kathleen Kane lost her law license in September.  First Deputy Bruce Castor has been the man in charge of legal decisions. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30, Castor is scheduled to hold a news conference in Harrisburg for the “operation of the Attorney General’s office.” At this point, we’re not really sure what happens next. Monday night, Kathleen Kane was found guilty of nine counts. The jury agreed with the prosecution’s claim […]

  • Some Local Passengers Stranded by Delta Computer Problems

    PITTSTON TOWNSHIP — Delta expects problems to continue locally after computer problems caused massive delays. The company published a waiver online for customers traveling through Friday. Delta has flights to and from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport in Luzerne County. It was a frustrating morning for dozens of Delta passengers stuck on the ground because of computer problems hundreds of miles away. It was a morning when you “couldn’t get there from here,”as a Delta jet sat on the tarmac at […]

  • Fight Before Death of Corrections Officer, Inmate at Luzerne County Jail

    WILKES-BARRE — There are still many unanswered questions after the deaths of a corrections officer and an inmate at Luzerne County Jail. The two were killed Monday night.  All the Luzerne County manager will say right now is the corrections officer and inmate died after a brief fight around 6:30 p.m. at the jail. The name of the corrections officer has not been released, but we do know the identity of the dead inmate. Timothy Gilliam, 27, listed as homeless and […]

  • Meeting Planned to Discuss Landfill Expansion

    THROOP — A meeting will be held Monday evening at Mid Valley High School in Throop. The Department of Environmental Protection wants to hear what the public has to say about the expansion of the Keystone Landfill. The public input session will begin at 6 p.m. and run until 9:30. The Keystone Landfill straddles Throop and Dunmore. Back in March of 2014, Keystone applied for an expansion that would lengthen the life of the landfill by more than forty years. […]

  • Two Die in Schuylkill County Crash

    SAINT CLAIR — Two people died Tuesday morning after a crash on Route 61 in Schuylkill County. Police in Saint Clair are looking for what led up to the crash along Route 61, just outside of Pottsville. According to police, a car and an SUV collided on Route 61. The impact killed two.  A man died at the scene and a woman died at a hospital. It happened around 8:30 a.m. on Route 61 in Saint Clair at the intersection with […]