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
  • Woman accused of killing firefighter in car crash to be sentenced Monday

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The woman who was driving under the influence when she hit and killed a Harrisburg firefighter last year will be sentenced on Monday. Khanyae Kendall was found guilty back in February of several charges including vehicular homicide. Police believe Kendall was under the influence when she ran a stop sign and collided with Fire Lieutenant Dennis DeVoe as he was responding to a fatal fire in March 2017. Authorities say Kendall fled the scene of the crash. […]

  • Gas prices expected to be the highest in 4 years this Memorial Day Weekend

    YORK, Pa. — If you plan on traveling for Memorial Day weekend, it may cost a little extra at the pump. According to GasBuddy, gas prices are the highest they’ve been in 4 years. Right now, the average cost for a gallon of gas in Pennsylvania is around $3.11. The national average as of Thursday morning is $2.97/gal, which is up more than 65 cents from this time last year. Gas experts said there are many reasons for the rising […]

  • Local paramedics use non-addictive drug for pain to help fight opioid epidemic

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Starting this week, Susquehanna Valley EMS in Lancaster County will start using a safer alternative to treat pain in an effort to help combat the opioid epidemic. The drug is called Toradol and it can help reduce pain and inflammation. Paramedics say it is a non-addictive alternative to using opioids like morphine or fentanyl to treat many pain issues. Susquehanna Valley EMS said last year, drug overdose deaths in Lancaster County were up 40 percent from […]

  • May 15th primary: What you need to know

    YORK TWP., YORK COUNTY, Pa. — The Pennsylvania primary is on Tuesday, May 15th. There will be several key races in the state including several Congressional races and the Republican nomination for Governor. York County Elections officials say they are expecting a larger than usual turnout. They remind voters to ask if they have any questions. First time voters will need a form of identification, either a photo or non-photo ID. Acceptable forms of photo ID include a Pennsylvania driver’s […]

  • Hempfield High School students learn the dangers of drinking and driving

      HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Less than a week away from prom, students at Hempfield High School will see a presentation demonstrating the dangers of drinking and driving. The presentation includes a video and a mock accident showing the dangers and consequences of drinking and getting behind the wheel. Law enforcement and emergency personnel will participate in the demonstration. After the drill, a local father whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver will speak to students. The […]

  • Live and Local: Learning about the Underground Railroad in Lancaster

    LANCASTER, Pa. — Beyond the roads and buildings of present day downtown Lancaster, there’s centuries of history. “It’s exciting,” explained resident, Kathleen Anderson. “It’s kind of like putting pieces of a puzzle together.” Anderson is the great-great granddaughter of Thaddeus Henry, one of the earliest African American entrepreneurs in Lancaster. He worked as a barber on South Queen Street. “It was exciting to know black people were involved in the businesses in downtown Lancaster,” said Anderson. Anderson says documents show […]

  • Live & Local: F&M program aims to help students in the City of Lancaster excel in school and beyond

    LANCASTER, Pa. — At Franklin and Marshall college, middle and high school students in the city of Lancaster are learning life-long lessons on the squash court and in the classroom through a program called ‘Squash Aces.’ The program started at the college in 2009. It pairs college student mentors with School District of Lancaster students and engages them through both sports and tutoring. “It’s just one person can make the difference,” said program director, Susan Walker. F&M Senior, ChengCheng Zhai […]

  • Central PA prepares for winter weather

    HANOVER, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Snow is expected to hit many parts of Central PA Tuesday morning through Wednesday. PennDOT recommends drivers slow down on the roads and increase the following distance between cars. They advise motorists to clean the snow and ice off their cars before driving and be extra cautious on the ramps and bridges. For updated weather advisories and road conditions, visit

  • Snow causes messy roads for the early morning commute

    WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — The snow tapered off early Thursday morning across Central Pennsylvania leaving behind messy road conditions for the early morning commute. Many of the back roads in the region were snow covered and turned icy during the early morning hours. PennDOT reminds drivers to drive slow if they see an icy spot and leave an increased following distance between vehicles.

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