Sarah Buynovsky joined the Newswatch 16 team in July of 2006. She is excited to be back home in the Keystone State, close to family and friends.

Sarah is a summa cum laude graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University. While in school, she began working as a reporter and anchor at 570 WSYR. After graduation, Sarah landed a job at News 10 Now in Syracuse, where she first worked as the Cortland bureau reporter and then as the Syracuse morning reporter.
Sarah is a huge Orange fan and spends a lot of time heading up I-81 for football and basketball games with her husband, Josh and her four children.

Recent Articles
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    Saying Goodbye To Old Stadium In Lehighton

    LEHIGHTON—Dozens of Lehighton Area alumni took part in a special reunion and goodbye tailgate Friday night. They bid farewell to the old football stadium, where the Lehighton Area Indians took on Jim Thorpe Area. The stadium is more than 70 years old and is being replaced with a $6.5 million stadium nearby, next to the high school. “I played in ’89 to’92, and this is a huge event, obviously, coming back to see the closing of the field. Being the […]

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    Hazleton Latino Community Reacts To Beato Arrest

    HAZLETON — “Woo Hoo!” That was Anna Arias’ reaction when she learned her former friend Ignacio Beato was behind bars. Beato was arrested in Florida, accused of forgery, theft, and theft by deception in Hazleton. Investigators said when he was caught, Beato was returning to the U.S. from the Dominican Republic. “He got me. He really got me because I thought he was someone you could trust and that he was a decent person, an honest person, and I rarely, […]

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    ‘Flurry’ of Activity on Day Before Election in Pike County D.A. Race

    PIKE COUNTY — Ray Tonkin said he is the man with the experience for the job to remain the district attorney in Pike County and to prosecute accused trooper killer Eric Frein. Frein is charged with shooting and killing Corporal Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass at the Blooming Grove State Police barracks last year. Tonkin has Corporal Bryon Dickson’s mother in his campaign ads. “He was there from the beginning and he should end it and nothing against […]

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    Honoring Longtime Coach Curry in Berwick

    BERWICK — Friday night’s game at Crispin Field in Berwick was quite possibly the last home game for longtime and legendary high school football coach George Curry. Curry is the coach with the most high school football wins in Pennsylvania and most of those came during his time at Berwick. A coach for nearly a half-century, he has been a controversial figure at times, but one loved by many. “Oh, he put Berwick on the map. Not only with the […]

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    Teen Girl Hit by Car in Scranton

    SCRANTON — Police said a 14-year old student and a school crossing guard were hit by a vehicle and injured Thursday afternoon. It happened just after South Scranton Intermediate School let out, around 3:40 p.m. Police said Qua Angela Richardson, 14, was trying to cross Pittston Avenue at Maple Street when she was hit. At the time, a crossing guard, Josephine Williams, 61, was trying to stop traffic to keep the girl safe. Police said Williams was also hit. She was […]

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    Power Outages Related to Runaway Blimp

    Shortly after people started seeing the NORAD blimp in Columbia and Montour Counties, the power started going out. At one point, PPL reported tens of thousands of homes and businesses in the dark. Officials believe the tether from the blimp may have taken down lines, causing the power outages. PPL’ s outage map at one point showed more than 30,000 homes and businesses in the dark, most of them centered in the area the blimp passed. We are working to […]

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    Teacher Strike Averted in Danville, Crowd At Meeting Cheers

    DANVILLE — It was a packed house, with standing room only, as teachers, parents, and students waited for the vote. Then, it came. The Danville Area School Board approved a new teacher contract. There were cheers–a standing ovation, in fact–and tears. “Now it’s time to get on to what we do best and that’s start healing our community and start educating our students,” said David Fortunato, standing before the board after the vote. Fortunato is president of the Danville Area […]

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    Racy Display in Stroudsburg Shop Window Boosts Sales

    STROUDSBURG — A racy Halloween display at a store in downtown Stroudsburg has some raising their eyebrows and others just shrugging their shoulders. The window display at Condoms Galore, a sex shop, shows two skeletons that appear to be having sex accompanied with a sign that references an expletive. It reads, “Use condoms, or you’ll end up ******* dead.” The expletive is not fully spelled out. “It’s different, man, but the store is Condoms Galore, so you gotta kind of […]

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    The Future is Back at Cinemark in Moosic

    MOOSIC — The future is now! October 21st, 2015. It’s the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown land in the future in the blockbuster “Back to the Future Part II.” At Cinemark in Moosic, movie fans got a chance to watch the “Back To The Future” movies. Outside, a DeLorean, just like the time travel device in the movies, was set up for people to see. There were folks decked out like the characters of the movies, too, with accessories […]


    Kingston Home Gutted By Flames, Woman Missing

    KINGSTON — A home along North Gates Avenue in Kingston was gutted by flames Tuesday afternoon and crews began searching for one of the homeowners. Neighbors say they noticed the smoke first, heavy and thick, plumes of it coming from the house just after 2:30 p.m. “I mean the windows were just filled with smoke. I mean you couldn’t see your hand in front of you. That’s how raging it was. But I didn’t see any flames. That’s the unusual […]

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    Traffic Signal Coming to Dangerous Intersection in Schuylkill County

    NORWEGIAN TOWNSHIP — At a special meeting Monday night, PennDOT officials and consultants met with Norwegian Township officials and the public about a plan for a traffic light at a dangerous intersection in Schuylkill County. Folks got a chance to weigh in on the final plan for the traffic signal at the intersection of Routes 901 and 209. That is a place where township officials say many have died in fatal wrecks. They have been working for seven years to […]

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    Finally, Friday Night Football in Scranton Again

    SCRANTON — The Friday night lights are back on in Scranton. The West Scranton Invaders took on the Wallenpaupack Area Buckhorns at home Friday night, the first game in weeks because of a teachers’ strike. “We’re very happy. Our grandson plays on West Scranton, so we’re very happy about that to see him again. That’s a regular Friday night game that we go to and we missed seeing him,” said Betty Wheeler of Scranton. Three weeks ago, the Scranton Federation […]


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