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
  • Pin Ceremony for Vietnam Vets in Poconos

    EAST STROUDSBURG — More than 100 Vietnam War veterans packed a VFW Post in East Stroudsburg. Decades after their service, they got a special pin and a thank you from elected officials. “We hung our uniforms in the closet and very quietly went back into civilian life, and so this is nice when you get recognition and people come out and say, ‘Hey, thank you for your service,” said Glen Lippincott of Vietnam Veterans of America. For many, this ceremony […]

  • Ahead of Scranton’s ALS 5K, Renewed Hope For A Cure

    SCRANTON — Organizers spent Friday preparing for the NEPA 5K for ALS in Nay Aug Park in Scranton. And this year brings renewed hope for a cure for the disease. “The purpose of this race was to raise money for research but also the awareness behind it. You know. Without people knowing about the disease and what it is, it’s hard for people to put money behind it,” said Nick Costanzo of NEPA 5K for ALS. AlLS is a degenerative […]

  • Wilkes-Barre Township Police Ask Crack Owner to Claim Drugs in Facebook Post

    WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP — Wilkes-Barre Township Police say $1,600 worth of crack cocaine was recently found in the parking lot of Wilkes-Barre Township Commons, a shopping plaza. “That’s crazy. I wouldn’t expect that around here. I don’t see how you could drop that amount of drugs out here,” said Brian Gomez of Wilkes-Barre. The drugs were found and handed over to the police, who then posted a message to the department’s Facebook page asking the owner to show up at the […]

  • Friends React After Two Men Charged with Killing DJ Mo in Wilkes-Barre

    WILKES-BARRE — Roberto Battle, known as “Ruthless,” and David Nealy, known as “D-Rock,” are locked up, charged with killing Michael Onley. Onley, known as DJ Mo, hosted a popular radio show on Wilkes University’s radio station. After the shooting death of his brother, he became an advocate of anti-gun violence, organizing marches and rallies in the Wilkes-Barre area. “He was a great part of our community, you know? He took care of everybody. He was like a mediator for everybody. […]

  • Pocono Pot: A Family Affair?

    MOUNT POCONO — A man is facing charges he ran a marijuana grow operation from his family’s home in Mount Pocono. Police say Paul Ward, 26, of Mount Pocono, was running the pot operation and using heroin at 128 Knob Road in Mount Pocono. “I’m surprised about that because this is a very quiet area,” said Connie Quintero, a neighbor. Police say they got information about the drugs in the home and last week, they went into the place where […]

  • Woman Charged with Allowing Sexual Assault of Child

    OVERFIELD TOWNSHIP — Marion Keithline is charged with endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors, and reckless endangerment. State police say she allowed a known sex offender to abuse a child between June of 2015 and July of 2016. Troopers say the young girl was abused at a home in Overfield Township, Wyoming County. “It makes me sick. It really makes me sick. There’s nothing else to say,” said Lisa Haraschak of Overfield Township. Investigators say Keithline was in a […]

  • Edwardsville Police: Flea Market Man Molested Child For Years

    EDWARDSVILLE — “I used to avoid walking past the flea market. I would walk all the way around, go up Main Street just because he would be right there. As soon as a female walked past he was right there at the door, ‘Hey you! Come here!'” 59-year old Howard Wolfe of Hanover Township is locked up, facing charges including indecent assault and exposure and corruption of minors. Wolfe ran the Edwardsville Flea Market, and it was there that police […]

  • Local Wine Makers Toast New State Law

    MONROE COUNTY — For the first time, Pennsylvanians will soon be able to buy a bottle of wine in grocery and convenience stores, restaurants and hotels. Governor Tom Wolf signed the measure into law Wednesday afternoon. Wine drinkers are lifting a glass to the changes. “It’s a big deal because you know it’s not always convenient riding to a winery. If you’re going to dinner and you want a bottle of wine, so being able to do that at the […]

  • In The Poconos, Reaction To Times Square Tragedy

    MOUNT POCONO — Thursday afternoon brought chaos to Times Square in New York City as a driver rammed a crowd of pedestrians. The crash killed one and injured more than 20 others. In the Poconos, commuters to and from the city had heard the news. Some we spoke with even witnessed it happening. “I work right there on the corner of Times Square, for Times Square in fact. So I’m on the 36th floor, we can actually look down and […]

  • Trail Closure Spoils Plans for Many

    SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY — Part of a popular trail in northeastern Pennsylvania is closed this summer. The Delaware and Hudson Rail Trail is a popular place for bikers, hikers, walkers, and runners. The trail is 38 miles long, running from near the New York border to Simpson in Lackawanna County. “It’s so beautiful. There are spots where you can just sit for eight hours a day and have a picnic and fish all day long,” said one woman from Vandling. About […]

  • Hundreds Gather in Schuylkill Haven for Crash Victim

    SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — Hundreds of people gathered at a park in Schuylkill Haven Tuesday night to support 22-year-old Caitlin McGarry. The Schuylkill Haven native is in a coma. On April 26, while she was driving near Allentown, another vehicle crossed into her lane and slamming into her. “It’s been in one surgery into the next and very, very slow progress. But everything has been progress and it’s been hopeful,” said Caitlin’s brother, Kyle McGarry. Caitlin McGarry was a star high […]

  • Historic Race in Wayne County

    WAYNE COUNTY — In Wayne County, the race for judge for Court of Common Pleas is historic. There are signs and billboards all over for the candidates: Janine Edwards, the first female district attorney in the county and Pam Wilson, a Honesdale attorney. “It’s the big talker around the water cooler, certainly. It’s dividing people, but hopefully, it will bring people together towards the end,” said Joe Kelly of Honesdale. The winner of the race replaces retiring President Judge Raymond […]