Julie Sidoni

Anchor, Reporter

You can catch evening anchor Julie Sidoni for two hours each weeknight, on Newswatch 16 at 4 and Newswatch 16 at 5. She is also currently responsible for the station's Healthwatch 16 reports.

Julie has been part of the WNEP team since February of 2002. She comes to WNEP from WJAC-TV in Johnstown, where she reported for a year and a half after graduating from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Before that, Julie worked as an associate producer at WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh. She got her start as a reporter for National Public Radio affiliate WDUQ-FM, also in Pittsburgh.

Julie grew up in St. Marys, PA and lives with her family in the Scranton area.

Recent Articles

  • From Cardiac Arrest to Black Belt

    Posted on: 2:00 pm, September 4, 2013, by

    If someone’s heart stopped right in front of you, would you know what to do?  A college student is alive...
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  • Concussion Study

    Posted on: 11:59 am, August 30, 2013, by

    A new study done by the University of Pittsburgh touches on concussions during youth football.  It was done on eight-to-12...
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  • Help For Scholastic Athletes

    Posted on: 2:19 pm, August 21, 2013, by

    Back-to-school means back-to-fall-sports.  Lots of athletes are getting ready to take to the fields for the season, and in some...
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  • Baseball Related Injuries

    Posted on: 10:58 am, August 15, 2013, by

    The Little League World Series starts today.  Kids from all over the world will be battling it out on the...
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  • Breastfeeding Help for Mom

    Posted on: 11:40 am, August 2, 2013, by

    It is World Breastfeeding Week, a time meant to educate people about the benefits of breastfeeding.  But what happens in...
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  • Want to Heal Faster? Quit Smoking

    Posted on: 11:29 am, August 2, 2013, by

    Nobody ever plans to break bones.  But if you do find yourself in an emergency room, needing care for a...
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  • 100th Kidney Transplant

    Posted on: 3:16 pm, July 26, 2013, by

    Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center has put its 100th kidney transplant in the books. Jennifer Jennings, from Madison Township, is...
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  • Post-Menopausal Health Concerns

    Posted on: 11:37 am, July 19, 2013, by

    It’s no surprise that men and women have different health worries.  But post-menopausal women have specific concerns. “In the United...
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  • Treating Varicose Veins

    Posted on: 1:16 pm, July 12, 2013, by

    Shorts and swimsuit season means that legs are on full display.  It’s a time of year people commonly notice varicose...
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  • Preventing Firework Injuries

    Posted on: 12:01 pm, July 5, 2013, by , updated on: 02:51pm, July 5, 2013

    We know the importance of being safe around fireworks this July Fourth holiday.  Doctors are Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center...
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  • New Oncology Center in Schuylkill County

    Posted on: 10:47 am, June 27, 2013, by

    There’s a new partnership happening in Pottsville between Schuylkill Health Systems and Geisinger Health Systems that looks to bring better...
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  • “Kangaroo” Is A Verb

    Posted on: 10:33 am, June 27, 2013, by

    If a baby isn’t quite fully developed at birth, or needs some extra care, he or she might end up...
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