WNEP TV’s Mike Stevens has been traveling the Pennsylvania Road for 30 years.

In all that time, Mike has never lost sight of the original goal of the Pennsylvania Road assignment: to travel the back roads and country lanes of northeastern and central Pennsylvania in search of interesting people doing interesting things.

The Pennsylvania Road has taken WNEP viewers to meet folks who whittle, carve, saw, fiddle, play, collect, draw, build and otherwise do things that Mike thinks TV 16’s viewers ought to know about.

In addition to his travels, Mike is also host of the Home and Backyard Show Saturday morning at 900 and contributes to the Pennsylvania Outdoor Life program seen Sunday nights. He is a frequent guest speaker at church, civic and charitable functions in the WNEP coverage area. He also writes essay pieces that appear in area magazines as well and enjoys taking the photographs that accompany some of his stories. He has published four books under the “Life in the Slow Lane” title.

Recent Articles
  • Back Mountain Railroad Club

    Mike Stevens makes a stop On The Pennsylvania Road in Luzerne County. This time, it’s to look at a favorite topic of his: model railroads.

  • A Look Back at Autumn in 2012

    Mike Stevens always sets out to remind us to stop and take in what’s around us. He believes it would be a shame to let autumn slip on by. We head Back Down The Pennsylvania Road with Mike to October of 2012.

  • Things That Make You Look Twice

    The PhotoLink Library is open and Mike Stevens says what he’s found could make you look twice.

  • A Peek at the Past On The Pennsylvania Road

    History is where you find it and one of the most interesting places is your local cemetery. Mike Stevens visits a cemetery in Lackawanna County for a peek at the past this time On The Pennsylvania Road.

  • Touring the USS Scranton

    In 1775, the Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to establish a Navy, 243 years ago this week. In all that time, only two vessels went into service named for our area’s largest city: Scranton. One of them is a nuclear submarine that is still in service. Mike Stevens headed Back Down The Pennsylvania Road to Norfolk, Virginia, where he toured the USS Scranton 15 years ago.

  • Looking at What We Have

    It is time to open the doors to the PhotoLink Library. This week, Mike Stevens says our visit is just about looking at what we have.

  • Bottle Collector

    When you buy a drink today, it’s likely packaged in a plastic bottle. Mike Stevens says there’s a man in Carbon County who can tell you a thing or two about a time when that wasn’t so.

  • Back Down a Frosty Pennsylvania Road

    Temperatures aren’t expected to dip especially low this week. Some mornings will be colder in some spots than others. But 15 years ago this week, we had some sunny but chilly mornings. We follow Mike Stevens Back Down a frosty Pennsylvania Road.

  • Backyard Paradise

    Mike Stevens visit a beautiful backyard paradise.

  • Autumn’s Arrival

    Well, autumn has finally arrived. It has brought with it some great photo opportunities. Mike Stevens takes a look at the view in this week’s PhotoLink Library.

  • On The Pennsylvania Road at the Bloomsburg Fair

    This week, a lot of us have paid a visit to the Bloomsburg Fair and Mike Stevens was among the visitors. His story is a bit of the fair brought home On The Pennsylvania Road.

  • Looking Back on September

    In this trip Back Down the Pennsylvania Road, Mike Stevens offers a closer look into the month of September before it once again fades into the history books.