WNEP TV’s Mike Stevens has been traveling the Pennsylvania Road for 30 years.

In all that time, Mike has never lost sight of the original goal of the Pennsylvania Road assignment: to travel the back roads and country lanes of northeastern and central Pennsylvania in search of interesting people doing interesting things.

The Pennsylvania Road has taken WNEP viewers to meet folks who whittle, carve, saw, fiddle, play, collect, draw, build and otherwise do things that Mike thinks TV 16’s viewers ought to know about.

In addition to his travels, Mike is also host of the Home and Backyard Show Saturday morning at 900 and contributes to the Pennsylvania Outdoor Life program seen Sunday nights. He is a frequent guest speaker at church, civic and charitable functions in the WNEP coverage area. He also writes essay pieces that appear in area magazines as well and enjoys taking the photographs that accompany some of his stories. He has published four books under the “Life in the Slow Lane” title.


Recent Articles
  • Sharing Stories of the War: Back Down the Pennsylvania Road

    On this day 72 years ago, President Harry Truman made an announcement on the radio: Japan had agreed to surrender. World War II was over. Mike Stevens spent time with veterans as they shared their stories with middle school students. Our trip Back Down The Pennsylvania Road takes us to Danville in 2004.

  • A Look at the Bright Side

    It’s time to visit the PhotoLink Library and take a look at the bright side. Mike Stevens says there are plenty of photos to help tell that story.

  • Queen Anne’s Lace

    One of the sights of summer is actually pretty common.  Mike Stevens says you can often find it On The Pennsylvania Road in Susquehanna County and it is certainly worth a second look.

  • A Rainy Day Back Down The Pennsylania Road

    After a soggy summer day like this one, we thought it appropriate to get some perspective from an authority on rainy days. Mike Stevens takes us Back Down The Pennsylvania Road to a similar August afternoon 27 years ago.

  • Photolink Library: Seeing Summer

    With the coming of summer, there are plenty of things to see. With this week’s installment of the Photolink Library, it’s clear that many of our viewers have been seeing what’s up.

  • Spring Pole Lathe

    The Pennsylvania Road makes a stop in Susquehanna County where Mike Stevens visits a man who can do something few people across the country can do.

  • Brighten the Day

    This week started off rather stormy and there may even be more ahead. Mike Stevens thought there ought to be something in the PhotoLink Library to brighten the day.

  • Go Joe 20 On The Pennsylvania Road

    Go Joe 20 is halfway done. Mike Stevens takes us On The Pennsylvania Road for the charity ride Joe Snedeker has been making for two decades. If you would like to donate to Go Joe 20 and St. Joseph’s Center, you can give Joe’s crew your donation as he rides through your town or you can make a donation online. Your support of St. Joseph’s Center means providing much-needed programs and living services to these children and young adults with intellectual and […]

  • Visiting The Red Rose Diner On The Pennsylvania Road

    Over the weekend, we reported the news that a longtime diner in Bradford County will soon shut down its burners for good. The Red Rose Diner is closing. The place is so well known our Mike Stevens made a stop there in 2005 On the Pennsylvania Road.

  • Laid Back Summer

    Mike Stevens takes us on a laid back summer adventure in this addition of the PhotoLink Library.

  • Rhododendrons on the PA Road

    With the deepening of summer, it has allowed all kinds of things to happen outdoors. While on the Pennsylvania Road in Carbon County, it’s all happened so fast we almost missed one very important event…

  • Jimmy Stewart Museum

    One of the most famous Pennsylvanians of the 20th century passed away 20 years ago this month. Jimmy Stewart was an Oscar-winning film legend. He was also an American hero as a bomber pilot over Europe in World War II. Stewart enlisted as a private and ended the war a decorated colonel. A museum in his honor is open in his hometown of Indiana in western Pennsylvania. Mike Stevens made the trek Back Down The Pennsylvania Road to Indiana County […]