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.

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    Future of the Sunbury Halloween Parade Uncertain

    SUNBURY—There were witches and goblins, ghosts and ghouls, and of course many excited children catching candy at the annual Halloween parade in Sunbury Thursday night. “There’s a lot of spectators, people have had their chairs sitting out all day and probably from last night too. It’s a pretty big ordeal here!” said Bonnie Wicher of Northumberland. But the annual parade may be a thing of the past, if the Sunbury Fire Police, which organize and pay for it, don’t find […]

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    In Danville, Lighting Up The Night For Mackenzie

    DANVILLE — On the field, it was a Friday night football battle as Danville Area took on Wyalusing Valley, but off the field, it was a different story. Two communities came together for a Danville Area High School senior with cancer. “Mackenzie is a great student, great boisterous personality. She can be sarcastic but she’s fun. She’s great to joke with. She’s just awesome. She’s my role model,” said Danville Area High School teacher Sonia Crane. Mackenzie Riley is 17 […]

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    Wilkes University Taking Back Cosby’s Degree

    WILKES-BARRE — Leaders at Wilkes University have decided to yank an honorary degree from Bill Cosby as the famed comedian continues to battle rape allegations. It’s the first time an honorary degree has been rescinded in the school’s history. Students at the university have some strong opinions about that. In 2004, Wilkes gave Cosby an honorary doctorate for his commitment to education and entertainment, social and civil justice. That same year, Cosby performed his stand-up comedy act at the F.M. […]

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    A Goal for Daniel!

    SCOTT TOWNSHIP — This season, Daniel O’Brien has been a motivator for the undefeated Lakeland Boys Varsity Soccer team. O’Brien has Down syndrome, but that hasn’t stopped him from becoming a key part of the team; he’s an honorary captain. “He’s a fun-loving kid. He really loves his school. He’ll come and support everybody anytime so everybody loves him,” said teammate Graeme Nichols of Scott Township. Wednesday night was Senior Night, so O’Brien and other seniors on the team were […]

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    Former Old Forge Ambulance Association President Charged With Theft

    OLD FORGE — A former president of Old Forge Ambulance and Rescue was arrested and charged Tuesday with theft, forgery, and receiving stolen property. Robert Gotay of Scranton is accused of pocketing about $16,000 during his time as president of the ambulance association this year. According to investigators, Gotay has worked in emergency medical services in Old Forge for more than 15 years. “Good guy, even when everything was happening back in the beginning, he would come to all the […]

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    Soccer Superstar Takes the Stage in Columbia County

    BLOOMSBURG — Soccer star and 2015 World Cup winner Carli Lloyd was at Bloomsburg University Monday as part of several appearances in the area. Lloyd spoke before a crowd of about 1,500 people at Bloomsburg University’s Haas Center. The Olympic gold medalist said she likes to share her journey to the top. “Everybody has a dream and dreams are within you and the only way to fulfill those dreams is to make it happen yourself,” she said. Lloyd’s message to […]

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    Carbondale Area School Officials: Set Public Hearing, Talk About Bills

    CARBONDALE — The superintendent of Carbondale Area Schools says he is between a rock and a hard place. The state budget is now three months overdue and without funding, the district is struggling. Already district officials have borrowed nearly $1 million. Thursday night, Carbondale school officials met in an executive session, closed to the public and talked about bills: who to pay and how to pay them with very little money. They also decided to hold a public meeting on […]

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    After the Rain; Drier, Cooler Weather at Bloomsburg Fair

    BLOOMSBURG — One night after a rain storm, folks were out enjoying the Bloomsburg Fair and all it has to offer. That soggy weather kept many away Tuesday night. Some vendors said the downpours made things tough as they hurried to secure their products and food, some putting tarps around their tents and stands. They were glad for the drier weather. “You know it’s the first time it’s rained since I’ve been coming in two years. It’s a little windy […]

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    After a Dry Summer, Farmers Welcome Rain

    SCOTT TOWNSHIP — Tuesday brought rain to much of northeastern Pennsylvania and there is more in the forecast, which for some farmers is welcome news. At Miller’s Orchards, Amber and Lewis Peregrim say they’re happy to have some moisture. “We’ve needed this rain and we’re excited to have it. It’s a lot all at once for sure, but our chickens are happy, they’re out eating worms and you know, the apple trees will be soaking it up so they’ll be […]

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    Scranton Student Athletes Try To Practice During Strike

    SCRANTON — As the strike continues in the Scranton school district, student athletes are trying to find ways to continue to practice. Scranton school district teachers are on strike over issues including salaries and health care. The strike, which began Friday afternoon, means no extracurricular activities and no sporting events. “I was just saying to my mom that it was weird not to run after school, so it’s kind of like if we have a meet when we go back, […]

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    Last Football Game While Scranton Teachers on Strike

    SCRANTON — For the first time in seventeen years, teachers in the Scranton school district are on strike. It began at 3:30 p.m. Friday. Later in the evening, Scranton High took on Scranton Prep in football. The game went on despite the strike as the Scranton Knights took on the Scranton Prep Cavaliers, but it will be the last sporting event until the strike is over. There will be no extracurricular activities either. The Scranton Federation of Teachers handed out […]

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    Pope Fever Means Big Things for One Wilkes-Barre Business

    WILKES-BARRE — Pope Francis seems to be everywhere inside Wet Paint Printing + Design on Horton Street in Wilkes-Barre. The Pontiff is scheduled to stop in Philadelphia this weekend and for months, the folks at the Wilkes-Barre business have been preparing, making life-size and smaller pope cut-outs, images of the pope’s face and more. In all, they have printed and cut out about 15,000 pope items here, shipping them across the country and beyond. “It is nationwide. I did a […]


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