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
  • Speed Limit Seventy

    Speed Limit Going Up on More Highways

    The speed limit is going up on additional stretches of highway in the state, according to PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Starting Tuesday, crews will begin installing new 70 mph signs on the roads affected. PennDOT roadways that are being posted with the new limit over the next few days (including current pilot areas) are: I-79 from I-90 in Erie County south to a point just north of the PA 228 interchange in Butler County (97 miles) I-79 from […]


    April Ends Yearlong Streak of Above Normal Temperatures

    Our yearlong streak of above normal temperatures each month has come to an end in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. The warmer than normal temperatures each month started last April. During April 2015, our temperature was 1.1° warmer than normal for the month. For many, it was a welcome change after one of the coldest winters we’ve had in quite some time. February that year was the 3rd coldest February with an average temperature of 17.7°. Each month from April onward featured above normal […]

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    Unsettled Weather Pattern Will Help “Abnormally Dry” Conditions

    The first week of May looks unsettled, and that’s a good thing. The month of April had it’s fair share of ups and downs. Temperatures some days were only in the 30s, while others were in the low 80s.  We saw an accumulating snowfall in the beginning of the month. However, what we lacked was…rain!If you take a look at the US drought Monitor for Pennsylvania you can see our entire region is considered “abnormally dry” right now. While it isn’t […]

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    College Students Turn Out to Vote for First Time

    BLOOMSBURG — A steady flow of college students stood in line at Bloomsburg University Tuesday afternoon, preparing to cast their vote. I’sha Schultz, one of the student volunteers, says it’s surprising to see the turnout on campus for the primary election. “I’ve never seen this many students come out for an election, so it’s really exciting but really hectic at the same time,” Schultz said. This was Nicole Parry’s first time voting. She says it has been a challenge figuring […]

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    Lehighton Teacher Wins Prestigious Fulbright Award

    LEHIGHTON — Inside Cristi Marchetti’s ninth grade English class there’s a lot of learning that goes on. There are also a lot of laughs. “She makes everyone feel comfortable in our class. She’s definitely one of my favorite teachers. She makes me feel myself when I’m in her classroom,” Justice Schlier said. In Marchetti’s 14 years in the classroom, she has taught hundreds of students, but this year will be one to remember. After months of waiting, Marchetti recently learned […]

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    Conditions Favorable for Wildfires

    POCONO TOWNSHIP — Dry, windy conditions have fire officials concerned about the possibility of wildfires in our area. High above the ground in a fire tower at Big Pocono State Park, you’ll find a man whose job is to keep an eye to the horizon. On a day with red flag warnings all throughout the area, Gary Stroup is busy looking for brush fires and wildfires in the Poconos. “You could imagine what’s going to happen if you would have […]

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    Students Help Clear Brush, Build Benches on Rails to Trails

    HAZLE TOWNSHIP — The Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails has become a popular place in this part of Luzerne County over the last decade. The trail in Hazle Township  spans six miles to Foster Township and gets a lot of foot traffic each year. “We’re up to over 40,000 visits every year right now at the parking lot and a lot of people want to come and sit around,” Bob Skulsky said. That’s one reason why those who oversee the […]

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    $5.5 Million Road Project Begins in Luzerne County

    LARKSVILLE — A road project is starting this week in Luzerne County, meaning travel delays in some areas as crews repave the roads. This $5.5 million project is more than just fixing the roads.  It also includes upgrading and installing 94 handicap ramps. This PennDOT project will be going on through the summer, and a lot of people we talked to are happy about that. Crews were busy Monday getting ready to repave Mountain Road in Larksville. This is just […]

  • luz creek cleanup

    Power to Save: Cleaning Up Gardner Creek

    JENKINS TOWNSHIP — People who live in part of Luzerne County are coming together this weekend to clean up Gardner Creek near Pittston. Along the creek, you can see anything from old tires to even an empty cooler. Jenkins Township supervisor Joseph Sperrazza got the idea for the cleanup after seeing the trash along the creeks bank near Westminster Drive. It’s right under an overpass of Interstate 81. “One point when I was running was to get the community involved, […]

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    4-Year-Old Boy Saves Family from Burning Home

    TOWANDA — A three-story home on Third Street in Towanda is damaged beyond repair after flames ripped through the house Monday afternoon. “You could see just flames and smoke. It was pretty sad,” Eleanor Montonya said. Investigators say the fire started in a second-floor room before quickly spreading throughout the house. Deveron Wilcox, a volunteer at the Red Cross in Towanda, said the hero of the fire was the youngest member of the family. “It was the 4-year-old boy that […]

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    TCMC Holds Fourth Annual Transgender Conference

    SCRANTON — In a full auditorium at The Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton, Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine led a discussion on transgender etiquette. The state’s top doctor is a transgender person and was honored to speak at the fourth annual conference about acceptance and etiquette in the community. “The message of diversity is a very important message to be able to bring. To create an accepting and more than that, a welcoming and celebratory environment for everyone,” Dr. […]

  • scr dog park

    New Playground, Dog Park Planned in North Scranton

    SCRANTON — A construction project is underway in Scranton that will soon be bringing a new playground and dog park to the area. The North Scranton Little League baseball fields have provided a lot of memories over the years for kids in this part of the city.  There may soon be more fun to be had in an empty space next to the ball fields. Joe Aldcowski, the treasurer of the organization says by the summertime, the empty spot will […]


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