Ally was born in Philadelphia and grew up in New Jersey right outside the city. She attended Temple University and graduated with a degree in Media Studies and Production from the School of Media and Communication. During her time at Temple, Ally interned at Fox 29 in Philadelphia in the Special Projects department and at CBS 3 in Philadelphia in the weather department. In her final year at Temple, Ally began taking classes online at Mississippi State University for her certificate in Meteorology.

Ally began her career in Panama City Beach, Florida at NewsChannel 7 where she was the weekend weather anchor and reporter during the week. She was in Florida for about a year before she got an offer from her dream station, WNEP!

Ally first started watching Newswatch 16 in 2011 when she met her college roommates at Temple. From Dunmore and Scranton, her roommates often brought Ally to their homes on the weekends. Ally is so excited to be back in the Northeast and much closer to home.

Ally is a big fan of the Phillies, and of course the Temple Owls. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her family, working out, and traveling.

Recent Articles
  • Montrose Students Find ‘MythBusters Jr.’ Weather Balloon

    BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — High school students in Susquehanna County answered the challenge of a TV star and succeeded. He tweeted that a weather balloon from the TV show “MythBusters Jr.” went down and wanted someone to find it. “It started pouring, and we were determined at that point, so we hiked up this mountain. We crawled, at one point, on all fours.” Students at Montrose Area High School were looking for something specific — a weather balloon launched by […]

  • Race for Lackawanna County Commissioner

    SCRANTON, Pa. — One day ahead of Pennsylvania’s primary election, candidates were out campaigning for a few more hours. Less than 24 hours before Primary Election Day, the lobby of the Lackawanna County Government Center was filled with election materials. Representatives with each polling place were picking up ballots. In Lackawanna County, the most watched race might be for commissioner. There are seven people running for Lackawanna County commissioner: three for the Republicans and four for the Democrats. The top […]

  • Motorcycles and Grass Not a Good Mix

    COLUMBIA COUNTY, Pa. — A state lawmaker is proposing a bill that means you would need to be more careful cutting the grass. That bill would make it a finable offense if you get grass clippings on the road. The reason is safety and the fines could be hundreds of dollars. State Senator Camera Bartolotta, (R) 46th District, wants grass clippings to be treated like litter, so if someone is responsible for grass out in the roadway, he or she […]

  • Mother Nature not a Soccer Mom

    KINGSTON, Pa. — The Kingston Lightning Youth Soccer League has had to cancel games the last three weekends because the fields are just too wet. League officials and parents are using humor to get through the rainy weather. The Kingston Lightning youth soccer fields are open for any and all water sports, but they’re closed for anything actually related to soccer. At least, that’s what league volunteers have been saying this week. “We want them out here having fun. They’re […]

  • Still No Charges in Deadly Scranton Shooting

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Scranton police say they are actively interviewing people who were at and around the Castle after-hours club early Sunday morning, and they are still looking for people who may have been witness to the deadly shooting there. No charges have been filed yet. Three people were shot early Sunday morning outside the Castle after-hours club on North Main Avenue in Scranton. One of the shooting victims is in stable condition, one is in critical condition, but the […]

  • Shooting Suspect Now Charged in Crime Spree

    Zodi Oprisko, 32, of Scranton, was arraigned at Scranton Police Headquarters four days after a shooting in Scranton's downtown.

  • Death at Veterans Center in Scranton Under Investigation

    SCRANTON, Pa. -- A death investigation is underway at a veterans center after police say a resident died after a fight.

  • Students Give Violin Performance for Seniors

    NORTH MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Pa. — It was a different kind of field trip for students in Schuylkill County on Wednesday. Weekly music lessons are paying off for some St. Ambrose School students. They got out of the classroom and showed off their violin skills for residents at Rosewood Rehab and Nursing Home near Schuylkill Haven. “Very good, very enlightening. They just seem to get in the mood. They got in the mood, in the mood,” said Dolores Verse. Students from […]

  • A Jump for Billy

    EATON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Friends and family did quite an unusual tribute for a man from Wyoming County who was killed in a car crash two weeks ago in Florida. A group hug for these friends is an emotional one because one person is missing from it. “This was our favorite things to do together, both of our biggest passions in life, ow we met, and how we spent most of our days. So to be able to remember him […]

  • Clearing Dunmore Cemetery

    DUNMORE, Pa. — A cemetery in Lackawanna County was closed for a time after Monday’s storm. It’s back open now, but crews are continuing to clear up debris before the Easter weekend. Every year in the fall, more than a thousand people from all over take a walking tour through Dunmore Cemetery, as a group of actors bring history to life. Julie Esty is the director of the show, and she says the annual tour is just one of the […]

  • Still No School in Millville Thanks to Storm Damage

    MILLVILLE, Pa. — Students in the Millville School District aren’t back at school yet because the elementary school is without a roof and the high school is still without power after wild weather on early Monday. The sun came out in Millville one day after a strong line of storms moved through. But a blue sky in the background does not change the scene in the foreground. Parts of the roof of Millville Elementary now sit crumbled up on the […]

  • In Lackawanna County, Parks Pounded by Strong Storms

    SCRANTON, Pa. — We’ve seen damage to homes and properties all across northeastern and central Pennsylvania, but downed trees caused damage to parks too, including in Scranton. Parts of Nay Aug Park remain closed because of downed trees and power lines. We’ve seen damage to many homes and properties across Lackawanna County, but also to other parks like here in Scranton. All first responders in Dunmore were called in first thing Monday morning to assess the damage to people’s homes […]

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