Stacy is a NEPA local. 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 and weekend anchor.

Stacy got her start in TV at 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 husand and their cats, Utley & Laurel.

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

Recent Articles
  • Dickson City Ambulance Service in Debt

    DICKSON CITY, Pa. — People in part of Lackawanna County have been wondering what happened to their local ambulance service, and after fielding questions from borough officials, Dickson City Ambulance has revealed that it’s more than $100,000 in debt. Officials with Dickson City Ambulance told Dickson City borough that it would no longer pay EMTs and switch to a fully volunteer operation. ¬†They then handed over their financials showing $100,000 in unpaid bills which many think means that the service […]

  • Dunmore Mayor Vetoes Keystone Landfill Decision

    DUNMORE, Pa. — The proposed expansion of the Keystone Sanitary Landfill in Lackawanna County has hit a roadblock. Monday night, Dunmore Mayor Tim Burke vetoed a council decision to amend zoning rules that would allow the expansion. The mayor has long been an opponent of the proposed expansion of the landfill in his town. Landfill officials say they plan to fight back. The Keystone Landfill has been seeking approval to expand for more than five years. It’s been a divisive […]

  • St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen On The Road

    ARCHBALD, Pa. — A few times each week, St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen in Scranton takes its mission up the line. As lunch is being served in Scranton, volunteers give out a few dozen meals at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Archbald. It’s a tradition every Tuesday for many seniors in the borough and they don’t plan to stop. “(I’ll continue to come) as long as I live. If I wake up every morning, that’s good. You know, I’m happy,” […]

  • Moosic Neighbors Sending a Message

    MOOSIC, Pa. — Members of one Lackawanna County neighborhood are calling on two local governments to cooperate and fix their road. When one man felt like his requests were falling on deaf ears, he made his message a little louder. Frank Pisauro says he’s been getting the attention he’s been wanting after making a sign and putting it in his yard in Moosic. He’s calling on the city of Scranton to help pave the street. People on the 700 block […]

  • Last-minute Preps for Steamtown Marathon

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Courthouse Square in downtown Scranton was transformed into a racecourse Saturday morning. Volunteers for Sunday’s Steamtown Marathon set up the finish line on North Washington Avenue and patched up some potholes to ensure a smooth day for the few thousand runners who participate. The 26.2-mile trek starts in Forest City in Susquehanna County and ends in downtown Scranton. Before the race begins, there’s a lot of preparation. The thousands of runners get their last bit of prep […]

  • Four Students Face Charges for Scranton School Threats

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Four high school students in the Scranton School District are facing felony charges for allegedly making a series of fake threats at Scranton and West Scranton high schools. Scranton police have filed charges against teenagers accused of making bomb threats at two high schools in the city of Scranton. The threats have canceled or disrupted classes at Scranton and West Scranton high schools over the past week. The police chief says charges have just been filed against […]

  • School Day at West Scranton High Delayed by Threat

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Students were kept out of class Wednesday by yet another warning of violence at this high school in Scranton. This makes four school days in a row that students at West Scranton High school Have been forced out of class or kept out of the building for their own safety. The news Wednesday morning wasn’t necessarily surprising for students and parents in the Scranton School District, but it was frustrating. School officials notified parents about the threat […]

  • Another Day of Threats at Scranton High Schools

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Both high schools in Scranton were evacuated on Tuesday after anonymous threats were made. Just before noon, the district announced the evacuation of Scranton High School. West Scranton High School was evacuated earlier Tuesday following the school’s third bomb threat in less than a week. The students were moved to nearby West Scranton Intermediate School for about an hour as Scranton police again searched the building. As soon as the threat was ruled unfounded, students were brought […]

  • Central Scranton Expressway Project Nearing Completion

    SCRANTON, Pa. — The new Harrison Avenue Bridge in Scranton replaced one that was more than 90 years old. Drivers in the Electric City say the process of replacing it felt like a century. Since the bridge project started in 2014, it has affected traffic down below on the Central Scranton Expressway. Once the new bridge was up, PennDOT got to work rebuilding the expressway. For the first time in five years, all four lanes of the expressway are open. […]

  • Scranton High Schools Delayed Due to Threat

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Bomb threats interrupted school for students at both high schools in Scranton Monday morning. These last two make five bomb threats at area high schools in just as many days. At Scranton High School, students were taken out of class around 10:30 a.m. They were later let back into the school. Police stopped traffic on Providence Road so that students could cross from the Riverfront Sports Complex where they were held as police and school district officials […]

  • Lackawanna College Offering Cannabis Business Development Certificate

    MAYFIELD, Pa. — A college in our area has announced a new program meant to train students interested in careers in the cannabis industry. The program instructors say it will prepare students for the jobs that will come if and when recreational marijuana becomes legal in Pennsylvania. Michael Pappalardo showed us around his lab in Mayfield where his company Agrihemp is turning CBD oil into a powder for caplets and tablets. Soon, he’ll share this space at the NEET Center […]

  • Crowded Field for Scranton Mayor

    SCRANTON, Pa. — Seven people hoping to be Scranton’s next mayor will appear on the ballot on Election Day, according to a decision by Lackawanna County judges. The city’s Democratic Party had tried to block some of the candidates from being on the ballot. Scranton’s Democratic Committee filed suit with the city last month trying to reduce the number of names on the ballot to just four. They hoped the court would bar candidates who switched parties just for this […]

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