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
  • Hershey Bears prepare for home game in Calder Cup playoffs

    HERSHEY, Pa. — The Hershey Bears are one game away from advancing in the Calder Cup playoffs. The team will host the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Wednesday night for game three of the playoff series. Hershey leads the series 2-0. The game will be played at 7 p.m. at the Giant Center Wednesday night. Tickets can be purchased at the Giant Center Box Office, by calling 717-508-BEAR or online at

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    Spring Carlisle expected to draw thousands over the weekend

    CARLISLE, Pa. — Spring Carlisle is officially underway at the Carlisle Fairgrounds and Expo Center and organizers say they are expecting more than 100,000 car enthusiasts during the 5-day event. This is the first major car show of the season at the fairgrounds. It runs from April 19-23rd. At the event, visitors can shop thousands of vendors and also check out the 3-day auction at the Expo Center. This year, the auction will include a stunt car from the filming […]

  • 3rd annual Harrisburg Beer Week benefits Harrisburg River Rescue

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The 3rd annual Harrisburg Beer Week kicks off on Friday, April 21st benefiting Harrisburg River Rescue and Emergency Services. The 9 day event includes more than 200 beer events and several week-long specials. This year, there are a number of new events and fundraisers including an exclusive, online-only raffle with big prizes and new locations for beer week events. Harrisburg Beer Week runs from April 21-29th. For more information, click here.

  • The Lancaster Barnstormers will host its annual Fan Fest Saturday

    LANCASTER, Pa. — On Saturday, the Lancaster Barnstormers will host their annual Fan Fest at Clipper Magazine Stadium. The annual Fan Fest game will be played against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs at 1 p.m. Fan Fest includes a free afternoon of family fun with $1 hot dogs and Pepsi, as well as entertainment for the family. FanFest is from noon to 4 pm. For more information, visit their website here.

  • Teens charged with killing 2 brothers due in court

    LANCASTER, Pa. — The two Lancaster teens charged with killing two brothers are scheduled to be in court Thursday morning for their formal arraignment. According to police, 18-year old Joshua Proper and 19-year old Juan Cristo-Munoz broke into the home of two brothers on Poplar Street in mid-February by entering through a first story window. Detectives say the two teens demanded money from the victims and stabbed them several times. The teens were found by police hiding in the basement […]

  • The Garlic Poet focuses on locally sourced products via aquaponics system

    NEW CUMBERLAND, Pa. — The Garlic Poet in New Cumberland is one of very few restaurants in Central Pennsylvania using their own aquaponics system to harvest fresh, organically grown produce. Fox43’s Jennifer Ready made a visit to the restaurant on Thursday morning. Watch the video to learn more.

  • North Museum celebrates winners of Science and Engineering Fair

    LANCASTER, Pa. — The North Museum in Lancaster County will celebrate the success of several young scientists in Central Pennsylvania at an open community event on Sunday. The museum will host visitors from 3-5 pm on Sunday to give champions of the museums science fair an opportunity to display their work. Two of the champions at the event will be participating next month at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles. Admission is pay as you will. Organizers […]

  • Opening statements set to begin in Eric Frein trial

    PIKE COUNTY, Pa. — Opening statements are expected to get underway Tuesday morning in Pike County in the trial of accused cop killer Eric Frein. Frein is facing murder charges for allegedly ambushing 2 state troopers outside the Blooming Grove Barracks in 2014, killing Corporal Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass. After the ambush, he led authorities on a 48-day manhunt in northeastern Pennsylvania. On Monday, a judge heard pre-trial motions, primarily focusing on the question of whether the […]

  • Trial set to begin this week in case of accused cop killer Eric Frein

    PIKE COUNTY, Pa. — The trial of Eric Frein, the man accused of opening fire outside the state police barracks in Blooming Grove, starts Tuesday in Pike County. Officials say a pre-trial hearing will be held Monday for the judge to determine whether jurors will be allowed to hear statements made by Frein after his arrest in 2014. According to prosecutors, Frein ambushed 2 state troopers at the Blooming Grove state barracks in September of 2014, killing Corporal Bryon Dickson […]