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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 cat, Utley.

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


Recent Articles
  • Job Fair Aims to Ease ‘Transitition’ for Students with Special Needs

    TAYLOR — There’s a lot to consider when your child is getting ready to graduate from high school. It’s an even tougher time for parents of students with special needs. A job fair in Lackawanna County is aiming to make graduation easier for those families. Riverside High School senior Chancey Bradley is a bit nervous about finishing high school this spring, his mom, even more so. “He`s having a hard time with, you know, deciding where he wants to go. […]

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    Where Does All The Road Salt Go?

    DUNMORE — PennDOT says it spread 120,000 tons of salt on the roads in this part of the state this winter. That’s about $7 million worth. All that salt, of course, has consequences. Paul Lecinsky of Dunmore and his 1967 Pontiac GTO have one enemy each winter: road salt. He washes and waxes his classic car all season long to keep it from rusting any more. “Oh, yeah, I’ve had it all these years, 46 years. It’s got to be […]

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    Driver Who Damaged Bridge Pleads Guilty

    SCRANTON — Nearly two and a half years after a busy Scranton bridge was damaged, the hit-and-run driver who damaged it took responsibility. The Moosic Street bridge needed to be replaced after the ordeal in 2012, and on Tuesday, the driver pleaded guilty for leaving the scene. This was one of the more bizarre criminal cases that prosecutors in Lackawanna County have handled: a hit-and-run case where the victim is a bridge. But it affected thousands of Scranton drivers for […]

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    Group Protests University’s Abortion Coverage Ban

    SCRANTON — The University of Scranton recently made changes to the health care it provides to employees and it’s causing some controversy. The university plans to stop coverage on all abortions. On Courthouse Square, only a few blocks from the University of Scranton campus, people from Planned Parenthood and a group called Concerned Clergy for Choice gathered to protest the university’s decision to eliminate abortion coverage for employees. “It lacks compassion for women who need access to healthcare. That`s what […]

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    Car Slams Vacant Rail Station in Scranton

    SCRANTON — Police say a driver may have had a medical issue while driving, causing him to go off the road and hit the side of a vacant building. Emergency crews said the driver of the SUV nearly hit two other cars when he veered off West Lackawanna Avenue around 11:30 a.m. Monday and hit the side of the former Central New Jersey rail terminal. There was minimal damage to the building. The driver was injured and had to be […]

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    DPW Mixes Up Pothole Patching Experiment

    SCRANTON — Most drivers in Scranton will tell you that the potholes on city roads have gotten much worse over the past few weeks. You can blame it on the fluctuating temperatures. But, Scranton’s DPW says it’s been difficult getting the pothole patch they need. So, the crews tried an experiment today. A DPW crew was sent out on an experimental mission: a new method for patching potholes. They knew just where to go North Main Avenue in north Scranton, […]

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    Water Problems Plague Church In Scranton

    SCRANTON — Weather-related water problems have plagued a church in Scranton for the past month. The water is back on at Court Street United Methodist as of Thursday morning, but the issues have forced the church to postpone the dinner it’s famous for. Pastor Calvin Rich’s church in Scranton is 120 years old. Its sanctuary just got brand new carpet. “It looked like a royal mess. The carpet was completely saturated.” It was the first mishap in what’s become a […]

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    Man Arrested For Baseball Bat Attack

    SCOTT TOWNSHIP — A high school senior from Lackawanna County was sent to the hospital earlier this week after being attacked with a baseball bat in his driveway.  Police caught up with one of the alleged attackers Wednesday. Two more are still on the loose. That attack happened Monday night near Chapman Lake in Lackawanna County. The 18 year old had injuries to his head, arms, and legs. Scott Township Police are still trying to figure out what the attack […]

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    College Students Study Netanyahu’s Address to Congress

    LACKAWANNA COUNTY — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress Tuesday may be written in history books someday. Some students here in Lackawanna County related the address to what is in their history book now. Marywood University closed early Tuesday because of the weather. With the relaxed attitude on campus, one history professor decided to take things a little off course. Students related Netanyahu’s speech to the beginning of World War II. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech was heard […]

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    Driver Pleads Guilty to DUI Crash That Killed Boy

    SCRANTON — A driver pleaded guilty in connection with a crash that killed a boy who was on his way to get ice cream with his father. Testimony started Friday in David Turano’s trial at the Lackawanna County Courthouse but prosecutors say the man from Carbondale had a change of heart over the weekend and decided to plead guilty Monday morning to homicide by motor vehicle, DUI, and aggravated assault. It’s in connection with the crash in August of 2014 […]

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    “Everything Natural” Up For Sale

    CLARKS SUMMIT — A health food store in Lackawanna County is up for sale, but the owners will only sell on one condition: that the buyer has to continue the store’s 30-year mission. Barry Kaplan, his wife, and sister-in-law had an idea for a business 30 years ago that some thought would never be successful. “The store’s been here 30 years, and when we started, we were health nuts. Now we’re authorities,” Kaplan laughed. They started Everything Natural, a health […]

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    Lackawanna County Commissioner Switching Parties, Joins Majority

    SCRANTON —  Three years into his first term as Lackawanna County’s Minority Commissioner, Pat O’Malley filled out the paperwork to switch from a Republican to a Democrat. A switch like this in the middle of a term might be unprecedented for Lackawanna County. Lackawanna County Democratic Party Chair Chris Patrick came up with the idea and asked O’Malley to join majority commissioner Jim Wansacz as a running mate for the 2015 election. This comes after Wansacz’s former running mate, Corey […]

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