Hello fellow Pennsylvanians! My name is Grace Griffaton, but you can call me anything local. I love local stories and helping the community out. I began my journey with Fox 43 at the start of the new year, 2017. Prior to that, I reported and produced at the beach for WRDE-Delmarva’s NBC station. My favorite stories to cover were community impact stories, and I hope to do the same here. Although I LOVE the beach, I am a true Pennsylvanian at heart – grew up in a small town near the Poconos and graduated Magna Cum Laude from La Salle University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication where I interned at Fox 29 on Good Day Philadelphia. Following graduation, I worked for WPMT’s sister station, WNEP, researching, writing, and editing stories, shooting, and learning the broadcasting ropes. I am so happy and humbled to be back in my home state and look forward to meeting you all. I love people because everyone has such a unique background and story to tell so feel free to reach out with your story because I want to tell it! Follow me on social media – Facebook: GraceGriffatonTV and Twitter: @GraceGriffaton… or email me your ideas: Ggriffaton@Fox43.com.


Recent Articles
  • A community saddened by Exxon gas station employee homicide in York

    York, Pa. — A homicide at a gas station in York shocks the local community. It happened around 6 a.m. at the Exxon Mart and Gas Station on 1000 West. Market Street, and police say the suspect is still on the loose. The Exxon Mart family as workers call themselves mourns the loss of a coworker and friend, 44-year-old Aditya Anand from West York. He died after he was shot, according to police. Employees say he’ll be deeply missed. “He was […]

  • Two women travel the country on Segway and make a stop in Gettysburg

    GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Taking the country by storm on Segways: two women are traveling across the United States on two wheels, and today, they stopped in Gettysburg. Their ride is called the Ultimate Segway Tour, and it’s just that. They ride each and every day, no matter the weather, with one goal in mind: to make it all the way across the United States by the end of the year. Dawn Harkness of New London, Connecticut and Allison Porter of […]

  • Central Pa. quarterbacks and best friends score touchdowns to raise money for ALS cure

    CAMP HILL, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — Two quarterbacks from Central Pennsylvania score touchdowns for more than honor and the love of the game. They score to remember one of their fathers who passed away from Lou Gehrigs Disease, known as ALS, and to raise money for a cure. Every time Cedar Cliff’s Bobby Whalen and Trinity’s Tommy Kirchhoff score, supporters who’ve pledged donate money to Project ALS in honor of Tom Kirchhoff, Tommy’s dad who passed away from the disease. […]

  • Pennsylvania AG, ACLU sue President Trump over rollback on birth control mandate

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — President Trump furthers his healthcare plans, rolling back an Obama-Administration mandate requiring employers to provide free birth control coverage. In response, the Pennsylvania Attorney General is suing President Trump and the Trump Administration. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sees this rollback as unconstitutional and more so harmful, taking free reproductive care away from women. On the other hand, some say it’s unconstitutional to force an employer to provide contraceptive care against their beliefs. ​Contraceptive care may no longer […]

  • York College restricts “potentially disturbing” art exhibit

    SPRING GARDEN TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Officials say an art exhibit at York College of Pennsylvania may be too disturbing for the public’s eyes. The Rewind Exhibit is currently on display at the college, and only a select audience is able to view it Inside Wolf Hall, students say the exhibit initially takes their breath away. Right now, the only people who can view it are students and people who schedule an appointment. The exhibit described as shocking; the artist […]

  • Hundreds of pipeline worker jobs up for grabs in Pennsylvania

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Atlantic Sunrise Natural Gas Pipeline has drawn a lot of reaction from people in Central Pennsylvania, from protests in Lancaster and Lebanon counties, to encouragement from businesses that expect a boost in profits. Now the pipeline is bringing hundreds of jobs to Pennsylvania, and officials are hosting a job fair in Harrisburg. How you can be hired? Well, you do need your commercial driver’s license. From there, pass a drug test, and be over 21, and […]

  • Newberry Township woman survives Las Vegas shooting, shares her story with FOX43

    NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — More than 500 people were hurt in Sunday’s shooting rampage, including one survivor from Central Pennsylvania. Deborah Raber knew after three pops, it wasn’t fireworks raining from the sky at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. “I heard, ‘pop, pop, pop!’ I heard three pops, what sounded like fireworks, the illegal kind, you know, that pop and then spray out, so I looked up,” she said. Raber, who lives in Newberry Township, […]

  • Penn Township Municipal Authority official: “Not a very good outlook” on permanent fix to water system

    PENN TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY, Pa. — Water woes prompt a group to push for action in Penn Township, Perry County. Neighbors in the Sunshine Hill section say they’re tired of having to buy bottled water or having to constantly repair their water filters. People who live there packed the Penn Township Municipal Authority meeting to push for a long term solution for the area’s water system. “For the past 10 years, we’ve dealt with water that is often dirty, cloudy, […]

  • Harrisburg 2nd Street nightlife changes impact some businesses

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — 2nd Street in Harrisburg’s home to a number of businesses that make a living off the weekend nightlife, drawing in large crowds, which occasionally get out of hand. “There was this phenomenon called the let out, and it wasn’t just people coming out of the bars when they shut down, but people would actually come downtown, especially under age folks 16,17 couldn’t get into the bars, and they would come down to party and to hangout,” explained Mayor […]