Stacy is a local girl. She grew up in Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County.

She joined the WNEP news team in July, 2011 first covering central Pennsylvania. Now she is the Lackawanna County beat reporter.

Stacy comes to Newswatch 16 from WWNY-TV in Watertown, NY where she was a “one-man-band,” shooting, writing, and editing her own stories. There she covered the Thousand Islands region of New York, and the 10th Mountain Division of the Army based at Fort Drum.

Stacy honed her skills at Syracuse University where she graduated magna cum laude in 2010 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. In college, she was a member of the nation’s oldest and largest entirely student-run TV station, CitrusTV.

Before her TV days, Stacy was on the 50-yard line as “Miss Comet” with the Abington Heights Marching Band. She’s a sports “phanatic.” She likes to cheer on all the Philadelphia sports teams and her beloved Orange.

When she’s not working, Stacy is a judge and coach for Odyssey of the Mind teams in NEPA. Stacy lives with her cats, Utley & Laurel.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, send Stacy an e-mail.


Recent Articles
  • Raid at Garage of Former Scranton School District Fleet Manager

    SCRANTON, Pa. — State police raided an auto garage belonging to a mechanic that used to do work with the Scranton School District. Both state police and the state attorney general’s office took part in the raid on Tuesday. It appears to be part of a grand jury investigation likely tied to the Scranton School District. A van belonging to the state attorney general’s office special investigations unit was parked outside Danny’s Garage on West Elm Street in Scranton for most […]

  • Tenants in Jermyn Apartments Fighting to Stay

    JERMYN, Pa. — More than a dozen tenants of an apartment building in Lackawanna County may have to move at the end of the week, but they’re using the time they have to try to come up with a compromise with Jermyn borough officials. The borough of Jermyn has been cracking down on code enforcement violations. Last month, some tenants were evicted because of problems with their building’s roof. Now, tenants in the building are being asked to leave by […]

  • Work Begins on Veterans Memorial in Scranton

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Crews broke ground Monday on a new park dedicated to veterans in Scranton. Organizers say the park will include the city’s largest memorial to veterans from Scranton. An excavator dug outside Scranton High School on Monday, the first step in building Scranton Veterans Memorial Park. The park has long been an idea hatched by members of VFW Post 25 on Rockwell Avenue. Pat Ahern says the memorial park will include a monument bearing the names of close […]

  • Hundreds Help in Search for Missing Nun

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Hundreds of volunteers turned out Friday to help search for the body of a nun missing since late last month. Sister Angela Miller is believed to be the second victim in a murder and arson that also claimed the life of the murder suspect. The search was unsuccessful. But, the police chief tells Newswatch 16 the efforts to find Sister Angela Miller are not over. What they need is a break in the case that gives them […]

  • Freshly Paved Road Ripped Up Again

    SCRANTON, Pa. — All they could do was laugh. Otherwise, the workers at Manci’s Collision Repair on Walnut Street in Scranton might cry. “Pave the street and rip it up the next day. You just got to love it,” said Joe Barnick. Thursday, crews hired by UGI cut into asphalt only a week old. “Yesterday right around 1:30, they start painting lines on the street, and I went into the manager Joe and said, ‘Joe, you’re not going to believe […]

  • Connecting the Dots on the Trail

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Some state transportation funds will help connect the dots on six miles of trail through the city of Scranton. Eventually, the goal is to connect that trail to others all the way to the Pennsylvania/New York state line. The Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority officially opened a tranquil puzzle piece — the Carbondale River Walk, a mile and a half long trail that connects the Pioneer City to neighboring Simpson. “Really excited to be able to ride on […]

  • AAA Hitting the Road

    SCRANTON, Pa. — The company that helps its members travel will be traveling, too, maybe by the end of the year. The member services division of AAA North Penn will leave the spot it’s had along North Washington Avenue in Scranton since 1949. Chief Operating Officer Glenn Zumbach says they’ve outgrown it. “Parking is an issue for our members, both on a daily basis and we also have groups that come for travel and go a few days, so we […]

  • State Funds to Fight Mine Fire in Olyphant

    OLYPHANT, Pa. — A mine fire in Lackawanna County that’s burned for almost 15 years may soon be extinguished. The state Department of Environmental Protection has promised funding to put out the fire in Olyphant. “What annoys me is other communities had their mine fires put out, and we were shoved on the side, which I don’t think is fair to the people of Olyphant,” said Jerry Tully. Tully, a borough councilman, was called to the Dolph Mine area in […]

  • First-hand Accounts from Holocaust Survivors

    SCRANTON, Pa. — This week, hundreds of high school students will hear first-hand accounts from Holocaust survivors. The annual Teen Holocaust Symposium put on by the Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania may very well be one of the largest gatherings of Holocaust survivors in the country. At the Hilton in Scranton this week, you’ll find a collection of first-hand history that’s hard to find anywhere else. It’s a club Gabriella Major admits she never felt she deserved to be in: […]

  • New University Athletics Campus Dedicated

    SCRANTON, Pa. — A new place to play for athletes at the University of Scranton officially opened on Tuesday. The grand opening of the new Kevin Quinn Athletics Campus was held Tuesday morning, complete with peanuts, crackerjacks, and a blessing. Grounds crews finished the final touches on the fields Monday, but the baseball and softball fields have been in use for about a month. The $14 million complex on Broadway Street is named after the university’s 25th president. Besides baseball […]

  • ‘The Space at Olive’ – Nonprofit Plans Event Space

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Inside a kitchen on the corner of Wyoming Avenue and Olive Street in Scranton, Meals on Wheels makes dinners for seniors all over Lackawanna County but, their latest culinary endeavor will force them to think outside the box — or the tray, in this case. “It allows us to pull out the stops, and get a little fancy, and do the things that we all used to do in our careers as far as weddings, and banquets, and […]

  • Crews Search Woods for Sister Angela

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Police in Lackawanna County stepped up their search for the body of a nun missing since Saturday. Scranton police say cell phone records from Friday night into Saturday morning led them to search wooded areas in a West Scranton neighborhood, only a few blocks from where the tragedy happened. So far, they’ve been unable to find Sister Angela Miller. Officers combing the woods off Jackson Street in Scranton was a hopeful sign for Emma Taylor. “Everyone just […]