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Suzanne lived in Monroe County when she worked for the Pocono Renaissance Fair, as well as Susquehanna County when she was an anchor at WICZ in Binghamton.

Suzanne had an unusual start to her broadcasting career. Her first full time TV job was as a shopping host. She pitched gems and everything else under the moon to insomniacs across America as a host on ShopNBC (then known as ValueVision.)

After a few years Suzanne ran out of synonyms for “sparkly” and got bit by the news bug.

Just in time to cover the millennium, Suzanne began her journalism career in the Twin Cities at Northwest Community Television’s 12 News where she was an anchor and reporter.

She then crossed the Mississippi and headed to Wisconsin as morning anchor at WGBA in Green Bay.

Other stops included WVII in Maine and WLNY in New York.

In 2001 she received a Minnesota Emmy Award for a news special comparing the experiences of different generations of veterans.

She also served on the Society of Professional Journalists National Ethics Committee.

Suzanne’s life was changed at the National Association of Broadcaster’s 2006 conference in Las Vegas when she met Ethan Harp, a reporter from San Francisco.

The couple was married 2 years later, just hours before the start of the 2008 convention.

When she is not working, Suzanne loves cold weather (really!), travel, and trying new recipes. In 2012 she won third place in the Spiedie Fest cooking contest in Binghamton.


Recent Articles
  • Honoring the Past, Future at the Harford Fair

    HARFORD TOWNSHIP — While school may have not started in Susquehanna County, teachers are busy giving out marks judging kids art at the Harford Fair before it begins on Sunday. “The cat one got a judge’s delight. This one got first place, it’s a self-portrait, there is just some amazing talent here at the Harford Fair,” said Amy Radford, Faith Mountain Christian Academy. “This is my first time entering anything,” said Ellen McAllister. This 66-year-old quilter is brand new to […]

  • Montrose Area Teachers’ Threat

    MONTROSE — As families in the Montrose area prepare to go back to school, there is a sense of concern about what September will bring. The teachers union is pledging to have its members actually resign from jobs like yearbook advisor and homework coach if a labor dispute is not resolved. While the teachers union said there have been no discussions of a strike, there are plenty of rumors in the Montrose area. 8-year-old Lili and 7-year-old Caleb Wells are […]

  • Fox Fears in Schuylkill County

    WEST MAHANOY TOWNSHIP — An 8-year-old boy has a terrifying tale to tell after a fox attacked him, biting him over and over. Now, another fox in his neighborhood has tested positive for rabies and the county is telling people to be on alert. It has been a frightening week for people in Lost Creek, a small village near Shenandoah. Not only did a little boy survive a vicious attack by a fox, another fox has now tested positive for […]

  • Contractor Contrite after Collapse in Frackville

    FRACKVILLE — A contractor from Schuylkill County who saw his demolition project go wrong is apologizing to the community for any inconvenience he caused. The building he was demolishing collapsed in Frackville Wednesday, closing roads and knocking out utilities. “Every time you tear a building down, you say that to yourself, ‘I won’t make that mistake again,” said Vincent Madonna. The demolition business can be humbling. Madonna saw things go sideways, literally, as he was tearing down the building at […]

  • WHLM DJ Suspended Without Pay Amid Controversy Surrounding Charlottesville Rally

    BLOOMSBURG — A radio station personality in Bloomsburg at the center of a controversy over his participation in the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia is currently off the air. Late Tuesday night, the general manager of WHLM announced that David Reilly has been suspended without pay while the station investigates the allegations against him. Reilly, who does an evening show on WHLM, posted video of himself attending this past weekend’s rally on YouTube, sparking outrage and protests outside […]

  • Music Man’s Viral Video Vanquishes Vandal

    PALMERTON — A music store owner in Carbon County has a message for would-be vandals: smile for the camera! Security video shows the vandal struggle to flip the heavy concrete bench in front of Prodigy Studios in Palmerton. The bench is toppled and cracked. “It’s not just a park bench to me,” owner Tony¬†Oriolo said. He says vandals went on an early morning tear along Delaware Avenue, knocking over signs and seating at places including Halls of Horror. “It gets […]

  • Shoppers Head to HomeGoods Grand Opening

    SCRANTON — Shoppers in Lackawanna County checked out a brand new store on Sunday. HomeGoods opened its first store in our area, and there are other new shops on the way at the Viewmont Mall. Until now, people who wanted to shop at a HomeGoods had to drive to the Binghamton area. People we met are enthusiastic about the new store and what it could mean for this mall. “We’re gonna shop. I got a brand new credit card. We’re […]

  • UPDATE: Coroner Identifies Couple Found Dead Inside Home in Luzerne County

    FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP — Police are investigating after two people were found dead in their home in Luzerne County. A middle-aged man and woman were found dead in a home on Kirby Avenue in Fairview Township around 10 a.m. Saturday, the Fairview Township police chief said. The coroner identified the couple as Henry Ambrose, 63, and Lorraine Ambrose, 59. Police shut down Kirby Avenue and surrounded a home in Mountain Top after investigators say the mother and father were found dead […]

  • Restaurant Theft Caught on Camera

    SCRANTON — A restaurant in downtown Scranton is getting some attention for a video it posted of customers behaving badly. On Wednesday, managers at Osaka on Adams Avenue posted security video of a customer grabbing a backpack belonging to a busboy.¬†The backpack contained hundreds of dollars worth of electronic gadgets. The video has racked up thousands of views online. “The lady I have seen a couple times, the gentleman I didn’t,” manager Cindy Chu said of the people in the […]

  • Descendants of Joseph Priestley Gather in Northumberland

    NORTHUMBERLAND — Joseph Priestley is best known for discovering oxygen, but the man who lived in Northumberland borough in the 1790s is also remembered for his ideas about religion and politics. This weekend, descendants from all over the country are gathering at the Priestley House Museum to learn about their legacy. Jonathan Alexander loves science. The teen from North Carolina recently learned his forefather is the man who discovered oxygen. “I am the eighth great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandson of Joseph Priestley,” said […]

  • Wet Weather Wilts Winners

    LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP — It was a beautiful evening for the start of the 79th annual Montour-DeLong Community Fair near Washingtonville. But the impact of last week’s storms and floods is still being felt. Suann Leighow is looking for winners among the veggies she brought to the fair. This summer, the pickings are slim for the gardener from Numidia. “I managed to squeeze out a few tomatoes that didn’t get all wilted from the rain,” she said. Last week’s storms hit […]

  • An Overdue Welcome Home

    RICE TOWNSHIP — A parade of motorcycles, fire trucks, and military vehicles rolled through two counties on Sunday. The goal was to give veterans of Vietnam and Korea the welcome home some feel they never received. A sky full of sun, a field packed with motorbikes, flags fluttering in the breeze. People at one American Legion post in Luzerne County pulled out all the stops to send veterans a simple message: welcome home. Organizer Cynders Hunsicker explained even after decades […]