As a Lancaster County native, I am excited to be back doing what I love in the community I’ve always called home. Before returning to Central Pennsylvania, I spent several months reporting in Bozeman, Montana and most recently came from Columbia, South Carolina. During my time in “Famously Hot” Columbia, I covered many memorable stories including the Charleston Church Massacre, the Confederate Flag removal and the historic October floods that washed out much of the state.

I’ve had a passion for story-telling since I can remember. When I was a little girl, I spent most of my mornings before school watching the Today Show with my mom and quickly realized that is what I wanted to do when I grew up.

A proud alumni of Clemson University, I am an avid Clemson football fan (Go Tigers!) and you will often see me wearing orange and purple the day before a game. After graduating from Clemson, I decided to trade in the warmth of the south for cold New York winters and continued my education at Syracuse University where I earned my Masters in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.

In my spare time, I love running, cooking and spending quality time with friends and family.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hello, please e-mail me at You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook for news updates: @JenniferReadyTV and Jennifer Ready on Facebook.

Recent Articles
  • Sandusky hearing scheduled for Friday

    CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. — On Friday, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is scheduled to be back in court. A new judge is hearing Sandusky’s latest appeal in Centre County court. Last year, the presiding judge over the case since 2011 removed himself from the case after the defense questioned the integrity of those involved. Sandusky is seeking a new trial, hoping his lawyers will prove that errors by the prosecution during the 2012 trial were significant enough […]

  • Governor Wolf expresses concern over GOP health care plan

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — On Thursday,  the GOP healthcare plan proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act is expected to head for a vote. The legislation, known as the American Health Care Act, was introduced by Republicans earlier this month but whether or not the new healthcare plan will pass is still unclear. With the new legislation heading for a potential vote, Governor Tom Wolf is expressing his concerns about the impact it could have on Pennsylvania if it advances. Governor Wolf […]

  • The Sound of Music performs at the Hershey Theatre

    HERSHEY, Pa. — This week the Sound of Music is performing at the Hershey Theatre. Opening night for the spirited, romantic musical was on Tuesday night. The final performance will be on Sunday, March 26th. Tickets are available at the Hershey Theatre Box Office or online at or You can also call 717-534-3405. For more information, visit  

  • Lawmakers hold hearing on testing of autonomous cars

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Both the House and Senate transportation committees will hold a joint hearing on Tuesday to discuss a Senate bill focused on standards for testing self-driving vehicles in Pennsylvania. Under the bill, there are a number of regulations for testers including an application and permitting process as well as strict guidelines mandating that testers of self-driving cars on state roads must obey state and local traffic laws. At the hearing, several different agencies are scheduled to speak including […]

  • Trial begins for former Penn State University President

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Jury selection begins Monday for former Penn State President Graham Spanier, who is facing charges based on how he responded to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal more than 15 years ago. Spanier was President of the university until he was fired over the scandal in 2011. He is facing 2 counts of endangering children as well as 1 count of conspiracy. According to investigators, Spanier and 2 of his former administrators, Athletic Director Tim Curley […]

  • Ice causing concerns on roadways after winter storm

    YORK, Pa., — After Tuesday’s winter storm dumped roughly a foot of snow on parts of Central Pennsylvania, officials are urging residents to be cautious of ice on the roads. Early Wednesday morning, many of the main roads were cleared but some of the secondary roads were snow covered with ice patches. State officials are reminding residents to avoid unnecessary travel Wednesday due to the hazardous conditions. For updated road conditions you can visit

  • PennDOT, state officials taking proactive steps as winter storm approaches

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — As Central Pennsylvania braces for the biggest winter storm of the season, state officials say they are taking proactive steps to ensure the state is ready for the winter weather expected over the next 2-3 days. Governor Tom Wolf’s office is advising residents to avoid unnecessary travel on Monday night and Tuesday to ensure safety and allow PennDOT and emergency responders to do their job safely. In addition, the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency says in the chance […]

  • Live & Local: Sturgis Pretzel Bakery is America’s first commercial pretzel bakery

    LITITZ, Pa.– America’s first commercial pretzel bakery began nestled in the heart of Lititz. “It’s the beginning of a billion dollar industry, started right here in little old Lititz,” said Tim Snyder, owner of Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery. The story of Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery begins with baker Julius Sturgis who accidentally created America’s first hard pretzel in 1861. “He kind of rolled the pretzels thinner and he baked them harder and then he left them in the oven overnight […]

  • Live & Local: Wilbur Chocolate brings a taste to life in Lititz

    LITITZ, Pa. – During a time when you can buy chocolate almost anywhere, in Lititz, Wilbur Chocolates is the place to be. “We have a fabulous chocolate product, we have a lot of people who eat Wilbur chocolate more than they think they do,” explained Amy Weik, Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate. The chocolate store, best known for its iconic ‘wilbur bud,’ was established in the late 1800’s starting as a confectionary store in Philadelphia. Years later, it grew and moved […]