I was born and raised in Central PA and graduated from Susquehannock High School in 1999 and from York College in 2004 with a degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Music Industry.

During college, I was very involved with our radio station – WVYC. I interned at Cumulus Media in Harrisburg in the Promotions Department my senior year. After graduation, I got a job at XM Satellite Radio and moved to Washington, DC where I lived for about 7 years.

In 2011, I moved back to York to be closer to my family while expecting my first child. She is the love of my life.

I started working for FOX43 in September, 2012 as part of the studio crew for the evening news and was promoted to a Producer as of September, 2013. I love working in the newsroom and I have always loved writing. I’m really grateful to be making a living doing something I love.

Music has always been a big passion of mine. I started playing guitar when I was 14 and I’ve played in a number of bands over the years. I like art, going to concerts, watching movies, playing disc golf, and hanging out with my little girl.

Recent Articles
  • Cumberland County woman celebrates 101st birthday, shares simple secret to long life

    MECHANICSBURG, Pa.–A Cumberland County woman is celebrating a very special birthday. Jessie Madura turned 101 years-old at the Bridges at Bent Creek Senior Living Community in Mechanicsburg. The facility threw a birthday party in her honor. During the celebration, the guest of honor shared her simple secret to living a long life. “I’ve worked hard all my life and the day that I retired, I quit working. Period,” says Madura. Madura is still very active. She enjoys sewing and makes […]

  • ‘Chill Out Day’ helps folks in Cumberland County relax

    CARLISLE, Pa.–In Cumberland County, Kona Ice hosted its “Chill Out Day” as a way to celebrate the end of income tax season. It’s an effort to relieve taxpayer stress. This is the third year the company has held the event. They handed out free cups of tropical shaved ice and a lei to anyone who stopped by. Nicole Dimaggio, who works for Kona Ice of Carlisle says, “Chill Out Day is where you come and chill out, have an ice, […]

  • Governor Wolf signs legislation to help people with disabilities

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa.–Governor Wolf, joined by Senator Bob Casey, signed the “Achieving A Better Life Experience” act, otherwise known as “ABLE.” The lawmakers met at the Vista School in Derry Township, Dauphin County. The act allows people to set aside money for future costs related to a disability of a beneficiary, by creating tax-free savings accounts for people with disabilities. Senator Casey says, “It will allow families the peace of mind to know that when they can’t directly take care of […]

  • Swans make debut in Harrisburg’s Italian Lake

    HARRISBURG, Pa.–The ballet is not coming to Harrisburg but the capital city is getting its own “Swan Lake.”  Mayor Eric Papenfuse showed off Italian Lake’s newest residents in uptown Harrisburg. Two white swans live there now. Two black ones are on the way. All four are being rented from a swan farm in Halifax, Dauphin County. Along with sprucing up the overall appearance of the lake, the city is hoping the swans can keep some other guests away. “We actually hope […]

  • York Revolution players visit hospital patients

    YORK, Pa.–Players from the York Revolution baseball team visited patients at WellSpan York Hospital and the WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital. Players say it’s important for them to send some good vibes to the patients. They also want to get involved in the community because of all the support the players get from their fans. Pitching coach Paul Fletcher says, “I think it’s always important for us, as a team, to be in the community, be community-minded. They support us and […]

  • District attorneys aim to ensure justice and protect witnesses as well as suspects

    SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, Pa.–New guidelines aim to provide police officers with effective ways to identify suspects, while protecting them from being wrongfully accused. The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association announced the findings of its best practice committee on the issue. They met in the Susquehanna Township municipal building in Dauphin County. The guidelines will be incorporated into law enforcement training and education throughout the commonwealth. Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico says, “Most municipal police departments and Pennsylvania State Police already conduct identification […]

  • Teens brave the cold weather to prepare a park for spring

    HARRISBURG, Pa.–More than 250 teens braved the cold temperatures and rolled up their sleeves to improve the community. It’s part of this year’s annual United Way Day of Caring. Students helped prepare the park on City Island in Harrisburg for the spring season by weeding, mulching and picking up trash. President and CEO of the United Way of the Capital Region, Tim Fatzinger says, “It’s an opportunity for them to give back to the community and see how we can […]

  • Students explore opportunities at Youth Empowerment Summit in York

    YORK, Pa.–Dozens of students from across York County are exploring new skills, opportunities and even careers. Maring Library in York hosted its 10th annual Youth Empowerment Summit. The summit is planned by the library’s teen advisory board. The “teens for teens” event gives high school students a chance to explore new experiences through workshops which range from gardening and dance, to studying abroad and learning interview skills. Team program coordinator, Dawn States says, “These guys may not come in contact with […]

  • Hearing held in Harrisburg to discuss child safety and welfare

    HARRISBURG, Pa.–Child safety and welfare was discussed at the state capitol today. The House Children and Youth Committee held a hearing to discuss staffing and retention within Children and Youth Services. The committee listened to testimony from caseworkers from across the state. The hearing was the first of a series designed to examine how Pennsylvania’s child welfare system is performing and what can be done to improve it. Supporters of Cece’s Children’s Justice Alliance were in attendance. They offered written testimony they hope […]

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