Brittany Boyer joined WNEP in July 2013. You can catch her doing the weather on the weekends and reporting news during the week.

Growing up outside of Philadelphia, Brittany always knew she wanted to work at a local news station. She made her first stint at the green screen and the anchor desk in high school being involved in her school’s morning show.

Brittany graduated from Penn State University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and English.

From there she landed a job at Accuweather. While there she presented weather forecasts across North America.

After getting a taste in the weather field, Brittany moved to her next job in DuBois, Pa. She worked for WJAC-TV for two years as the stations northern tier reporter and fill-in weather anchor.

Brittany is happy to be back closer to home and at WNEP. When she is not working in the newsroom or weather center, she is working toward receiving her Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.

During her free time she enjoys working out, skiing and trying new recipes in the kitchen. When time allows she enjoys traveling to Canada to visit her family in Montreal.

Recent Articles
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    Veterans Weigh in on Trump’s Words

    SCRANTON — “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured,” Donald Trump said. It’s a statement that isn’t sitting well with many veterans nationwide. “To hear someone downplay or downgrade another veteran, it really hurt us,” James Kuchwara said. Even though the presidential hopeful tried to take back his comments over the weekend, saying, “If a person is captured they’re a hero as far as I’m concerned.” Vietnam veteran […]

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    Rain Welcomed by Lawn Care Businesses

    OLYPHANT — For a lot of people, these days mowing the yard has become a task they find themselves doing more often than usual. It’s not a bad thing if you ask workers in the landscaping business. “This has been probably one of the busiest years we’ve had in a very long time. With all of this rain, we’ve been cutting grass non-stop 24/7, week after week this year,” an employee with Vitucci Landscaping said. Since the start of June, […]

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    Family Business Robbed at Gunpoint

    SOUTH MONTROSE — Montrose Beer and Deli along Route 29 in South Montrose is a popular place in part of Susquehanna County. Whether people are there to fuel up or pick up lunch, you can almost always find customers at this family business. Tuesday night, just before 10 p.m. an unwelcome customer came into the store demanding money. Police say the male showed a pistol and demanded all the money from the cash register. Investigators say he got away with […]

  • Flames at Williamsport Home, Trooper Saves Residents

    WILLIAMSPORT — A state trooper driving by on his way to work helped rescue some tenants from a fire Tuesday morning in Williamsport. “Nobody is going to survive the longer they’re in there, so the faster we can get them out, the faster they can get help.” Before making it to work for his 7 a.m. shift at the state police barracks at Montoursville, Trooper Adam Kirk ran into a burning apartment house on East Third Street in Williamsport after […]

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    Volunteers Wanted at Beltzville State Park

    BELTZVILLE STATE PARK — On the first full day of summer, you’ll find a lot of people at Beltzville State Park in Carbon County. Whether they’re splashing around in the water or catching a few rays on the sand, many people enjoy what the park has to offer. “It’s beautiful to just sit here and look at it, and I like freshwater,” Margaret Gemmell of Kresgeville said. In an effort to improve the park, park officials are now planning to […]

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    Growing Season Ahead of Schedule

    FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP — There’s a lot of strawberry picking going on these days at Rohrbach’s Farm Market, Bakery & Gift Shop near Catawissa. For some it’s a family affair. For others it’s about getting the best strawberries in Columbia County. “This year it’s fantastic. They’re easy to pick, they’re sweet because I tasted some. You’re not supposed to do that,” Nancy Haefner of Danville said. Haefner and her friend spent the afternoon picking their own fruit at the farm in […]

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    Groundbreaking Event for New Library

    BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP — It was a star-spangled kickoff to a groundbreaking event after more than a decade of fundraising for a new library in Susquehanna County. Thanks to a federal rural development loan, crews can start construction next year on a $5 million library near Montrose High School. “A year and a half from now, we’ll have a state of the art library and community room here close to our high school,” Tom Kurosky, president of the Susquehanna County Historical […]

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    Veteran Markers Stolen from Cemetery

    MAHONING TOWNSHIP — There are a lot of veterans buried at the cemetery next to St. John’s Lutheran Church near Lehighton. At least 20 men buried there fought in the Civil War. Throughout the cemetery, you can find markers honoring veterans. Now, police in Mahoning Township are investigating after at least 30 were stolen. “It’s just the sadness of having our space and the sacred space desecrated, I guess is the word for it. We’re saddened by it,” Rev. Christopher […]

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    Four-Legged Helper in the Classroom

    MONTROSE — There’s a new teacher’s aide walking through the halls at Lathrop Elementary School in Montrose. He just happens to be a 2-year-old Lab named Hingst. “Tell me a little bit about this guy. I love him,” one student said. The pup was free of charge thanks to the non-profit organization Canine Companions for Independence. Montrose Area sent Kelly Jo-Riker to train with Hingst in New York before bringing him back to the school district. He knows more than […]

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    Cease and Desist Order Against Rehab Center

    CARBONDALE — The doors are still open at this drug treatment center along Lincoln Avenue in Carbondale. Even after a bright cease and desist notice was posted on the doors Monday. Just Believe Recovery Center which treats patients battling addiction opened last month in Carbondale and already has 22 patients. “I think it’s fine. I don’t take drugs, but there are people that need help,” Andy Pechusick said. The city’s zoning board has an appeal filed in court which says a […]

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    Advanced Hazmat Training…Using Legos?

    SCRANTON — Some firefighters in our area are getting trained this week in the event of a large-scale hazardous situation. Scranton firefighters were suited up responding to a hazmat situation, a situation in an 80-hour training course. Thanks to a federal grant, 19 firefighters from the Scranton Fire Department are going through training to become hazmat team technicians. It’s the highest level of response team training through PEMA. It’s something that could be a new resource to this area. “There’s […]

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    Susquehanna County Remembers Prison Escapee’s Crimes

    GREAT BEND — The search goes on for two convicted killers who escaped from a maximum security prison in New York this weekend. One of the men on the run was involved in a burglary in Susquehanna County that ended with the killing a New York deputy sheriff nearly 13 years ago. Like a lot of people, residents in Great Bend are shocked that two murderers were able to escape from a maximum security prison in New York State. One […]


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