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
  • morans

    Tavern Closed After Fire in 130-Year-Old Building

    CARBONDALE — The owner of a landmark bar that burned Wednesday night in Lackawanna County does not know when of if he will be able to reopen. The fire broke out in the back of a building people in Carbondale think has been on Main Street since the 1880’s. The flames damaged a business that’s more of a modern landmark in the city: Moran’s Tavern. The owner of Moran’s told Newswatch 16 he does not have insurance on the building […]

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    Traffic Light Planned for Casey Highway

    CARBONDALE TOWNSHIP — Crashes on a section of Route 6, the Casey Highway, in Lackawanna County have prompted the state to install a traffic light. A contractor for PennDOT is just in the preliminary stages of putting in that traffic light at the very end of the Casey Highway, where it intersects with Business Route 6. The light would stop traffic on the Casey and allow drivers coming from Business Route 6 to turn. We spoke to one driver in […]

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    Vietnam Vets Feel More Welcome

    OLD FORGE — Five years ago, a national holiday began to give Vietnam veterans credit that many believe they should have gotten back then. Duryea native Walter Popish was only 18 when he shipped off to South Vietnam with the Marine Corps. He’s only just started to be able to talk about his time there. He sat and talked with Newswatch 16 at the Old Forge VFW Post in Lackawanna County. Popish had no idea that March 30 was a […]

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    Bank Robbery Investigation in Lackawanna County

    SCOTT TOWNSHIP —  Police are investigating a bank robbery in Lackawanna County. The business day was halted at Montdale’s only bank on Wednesday. Scott Township police say the Honesdale National Bank Branch on Chapman Lake Road was held up around noon. Investigators released security camera photos of the robbery. The man is described as being white and was dressed head to toe in black clothing, wearing a black mask. Police investigating a robbery at The Honesdale National Bank in Montdale […]

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    How Will Sewer Authority Sale Benefit Scranton?

    SCRANTON — The city of Scranton is set to get a major and much-needed cash infusion from the sale of the Scranton Sewer Authority. The Scranton Sewer Authority serves both Scranton and Dunmore. Both municipalities are set to benefit when the authority is sold to Pennsylvania American Water for $195 million. Scranton’s mayor says its share of the cash could be a factor in removing the city’s “financially distressed” status with the state, and that could have long-term benefits for […]

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    White Bridge Park to Remain a Community Park

    CARBONDALE — The controversial sale of a park in Lackawanna County has been reversed.  Neighbors in Carbondale fought the sale of White Bridge Park and now a judge has sided with them. “It makes me feel great. It’s like getting a surprise all over again,” said 15-year-old Madison Van Deusen of Carbondale. The several years of litigation involving White Bridge Park in Carbondale is difficult to understand, but it’s pretty easy to understand how happy Van Deusen and her friends […]

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    Fish Fry Keeps Fire Company Afloat

    JERMYN — Thousands lined up in Lackawanna County for a traditional Good Friday meal: the fish fry at the Artisan Fire Company in Jermyn. It always draws big crowds and firefighters there say the fundraiser is becoming more and more essential. The Artisan Good Friday Fish Fry has become somewhat legendary in Lackawanna County. People wait in line to get some fish, and it’s a good thing the people show up. This is the fire company’s biggest fundraiser and Artisan […]

  • frank schulze

    Officer Charged in Deadly Carbondale Shooting

    Carbondale Ofc Frank Schulze turning himself in, defense atty says 1 ct of homicide for death of Joe Molinaro @wnep — Stacy Lange (@stacylange) March 24, 2016 SCRANTON — A Carbondale police officer is now charged with shooting and killing a man last month in Lackawanna County. Officer Frank Schulze is accused in the shooting death of Joseph Molinaro, 34, of Carbondale. His attorney said Schulze faces one count of homicide for Molinaro’s death. Meredith Wollverton held on to […]

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    Revello’s Opens In The Mall at Steamtown

    SCRANTON — An Old Forge pizza favorite has opened a second location outside the so-called Pizza Capital of the World.  Revello’s Pizza opened up shop in The Mall at Steamtown, the first of several new businesses planned for the mall. Revello’s Pizza is sticking with the Old Forge tradition in its new location in Scranton. “A lot of people have stopped that have never had Old Forge pizza. It was their first time, and everyone was smiling so we were […]

  • ivy giordano

    Driver in Deadly Montage Mountain Crash Sentenced

    SCRANTON — The driver who admitted to hitting and killing a man after a concert in Lackawanna County was sentenced Wednesday morning. Ivy Giordano was allowed to walk free after her sentencing in Lackawanna County Court but before she left she apologized directly to the family of Michael Sanders. He died after being hit by Giordano’s car in August of 2013. Sanders’ family came to the courthouse in matching T-shirts to hear Giordano’s sentence. “It’s just a very long overdue […]

  • scr voters

    Many Democrats Switching Party for Primary

    SCRANTON — Donald Trump’s candidacy for president may have something to do with a shift in voter registration in Lackawanna County. Hundreds have switched to the Republican Party leading up to next month’s primary. The Lackawanna County Board of Elections office in Scranton has been busy as it normally is this time of year. The deadline to register to vote in the primary is Monday, but officials say the kind of things people are showing up here to do have […]

  • goldengloves

    Turning a Food Court into a Boxing Ring

    SCRANTON — The Mall at Steamtown in Scranton is being turned into a fight club this weekend.  It’s all for the Pennsylvania Golden Gloves, an amateur boxing organization that’s bringing its tournament to the food court at the mall Saturday night. “I’m really thrilled to see it kicking off. It’s really happening in Scranton, live boxing in the Mall at Steamtown!” said PA Golden Gloves franchise owner Doug Long. Long said soon the second floor of The Mall at Steamtown […]


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