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Meteorologist Noreen Clark joined the Newswatch 16 team in November, 1982. She is the wife of Chief Meteorologist Tom Clark.

Noreen was born in Rochester, New York, and grew up in the village of Dansville in the Genesee Valley. She graduated from the SUNY College at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience.

She taught secondary education earth science for three years in New York state and Maryland, then pursued graduate credits in meteorology at Penn State University at University Park. After attending Penn State Noreen worked for more than two years for the government as a satellite meteorologist outside Washington, D.C.

In addition to forecasting the weather for Newswatch 16, Noreen produces public service announcements with "In Your Neighborhood" segments. She enjoys gardening and trying her hand at interior decorating. Noreen and Tom have a daughter Kristin who is a meteorologist for WeatherNation in Minnesota. Noreen and Tom Clark also own an Old English Sheepdog, Hailey Lou.


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    Train Display A special holiday open house Train Display is in Daleville.  The Anthracite Hi-Railers Model Railroad Club sponsors the Train Display at Bills ShopRite Plaza, Saturdays, Dec. 27 & Jan. 6, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.  Admission is free, and the Railroad Club will collect household items such as paper towels, tissues, toothpaste & cleaners to benefit the North Pocono Dry Goods Pantry. Hudson Model Railroad Club Open House The Hudson Model Railroad Club sponsors an Open House the […]

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    The North Pole Christmas Display The North Pole Christmas Display is an animated holiday adventure in Wayne County.  The Spinelli Christmas Display is on Crestmont Drive in Newfoundland.  As car drive through, the display come to life with movement and sound.  Children will feel like they’re at the North Pole!  It’s open to the public each evening 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. from now through January 6. Live Nativity Christmas comes to life with a Live Nativity in Clarks Green.  […]

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    Hawley Winterfest Hawley Winterfest celebrates its Victorian roots with delicious holiday fare and sounds of the season.  Winterfest is free admission Dec. 12 – 1 4 in downtown Hawley with horse-drawn carriage rides, holiday house tours, a children’s show, ice carving, gingerbread decorating, arts, authors, and much more for a Winter Weekend Wonderland. Christmas at Eckley A Victorian Christmas along with a Children’s Christmas, is celebrated as Christmas at Eckley Miners Village.  It’s held Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 13 & […]

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    Christkindlfest Christ Lutheran Church in Hazleton sponsors the Christkindlfest.  Admission is free at the church on West Green Street, Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 6 & 7, each day from noon – 5 p.m.  The festival features a gift shop, live entertainment, visits by St. Nicholas, and a multimedia nativity display.  The event also includes crafts, tricky trays, homemade candy and baked goods. Homemade Cookies & Poinsettia Sale with Holiday Boutique Community Library of Lake & Salem Townships in Hamlin sponsors […]

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    The Jazz Nutcracker Suite Keystone College starts the holiday season by hosting Th Jazz Nutcracker Suite.  PA Jazz Alliance’s show is on campus at the Theatre in Brooks on Sunday, November 30 starting at 5:30 p.m.  The event is free, open to the public, with guests asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy to benefit the McCauley Center.  Reservation are required by contacting Kate Dempsey Jones at 570-945-8161 or kate.jones@keystone.edu. North Pole Express The weekend after Thanksgiving, Bloomsburg comes alive […]

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    PSP Palooza Woodloch Pines Resort in Hawley sponsors an 80’s themed Zumba Dance-a-Thon to benefit the families of the Blooming Grove Ambush.  The event titled PSP Palooza includes great music, fun dances, vendors and prizes.  Come eat, stay and play for the day at Woodloch Pines on Saturday, November 22, starting at 10 a.m.  You can receive a month’s sports membership at Woodloch Pines upon attending the event. 23rd Annual Spaghetti Dinner & Craft Fair at Monsignor McHugh School In Cresco, […]

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    TCMC Turkey Trot 5K/10K Run Students from The Commonwealth Medical College sponsor the 5th Annual Turkey Trot to benefit Friends of the Poor.  The event is a 5K, or 10 K run along with a Tiny Trot race for youths aged 13 and under.  Turkey Trot is held at the Medical College on Pine Street in Scranton on Sunday, Nov 16 with registration beginning at 8 a.m.,  the 10K run starting at 9 a.m., and the 5K will begin about […]

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    Craft Fair at Mountain View Elementary School Mountain View Elementary School PTO sponsors a huge Craft Fair in Susquehanna County.  It’s held at the school on Route 106 outside Kingsley on Saturday, Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  It’s free admission to the Craft Fair with over 200 venders.  All items are handmade.  It’s an opportunity to do holiday shopping! Fall Craft Show at Schuylkill Technology Center Schuylkill Technology Center sponsors the Fall Craft Show to raise funds […]

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    2nd Annual Our Taste of the Town The greater Carbondale Chamber of Commerce sponsors “Our Taste of the Town”.  This year’s event will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Wizard of Oz.  Follow the yellow brick road to The Best Western Pioneer Plaza Chandelier Room on Sunday, Nov. 2 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.  There ‘s tasty treats from over 25 restaurants, wineries and super markets of NEPA.  Tickets are available at the door and discounted early sale tickets […]

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    Haunted Halls Celebrate Halloween and tour the terrifying Haunted Halls of West Scranton High School.  Tales of the macabre come to life with this theatrical event in the grotesquely altered hallways and classrooms.  Ages 10 years and up are welcome to visit Haunted Halls, “If you dare!”, at West Scranton High School, Luzerne Street in Scranton, October 25 & 26 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.  Tickets are available at the door for $5-$8. WCAA Halloween Bash Wayne County Arts […]

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    Benefit for Blue Chip Farms Animal Refuge Blue Chip Farms Animal Refuge sponsors live music and great food to support the safe sanctuary of animals.  It’s held at Vspot, Providence Road in Scranton, Sunday, October 19 starting at 3 p.m.  A $5 cover charge gets you in to hear live music from StandBac, Blind Passenger, Facing the Giants, and Omnitial.  The event also features basket raffles.  Donated baskets are greatly appreciated for the raffle. Little Sisters of the Poor Annual […]

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    Artists’ Open House Weekend 18th annual Artists’ Open House Weekend is held in Susquehanna County during Columbus Day weekend.  It’s a free self-guided tour offering a great chance to observe art being created.  Art work is for sale.  The Open House Weekend is Oct. 11,12, & 13 each day starting at 10 a.m.  Just follow the pink ART arrow signs directing you to the studios. Storytelling Festival Waverly Community House sponsors the “Storytelling Festival”.  It’s at the Community House on […]

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