Hi, it is Jayne Ann Bugda from the Producers Pod!
You may not know where you’re going, but so long as you spread your wings the winds will carry you. ~C. JoyBell C. From the Quote Garden
The SHINE after-school program will be the topic of Sunday’s Newsmakers. Jayne Ann Bugda and Andy Mehalshick are the hosts of Newsmakers. They will have as their guests Carol Nicholas, Director SHINE Luzerne County, Rachel Miller-Strucko, Director SHINE Carbon/Schuylkill Counties, and Senator John Yudichak. The panel will discuss the SHINE Program and its many projects. The after-school program using the project based STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) curriculum and is very successful. Senator Yudichak will talk about his strong support for the program and the recent book he co-authored to help benefit the program. The program will air Sunday, May 19 at 11:30 am on WBRE
Join Dennis Owens for Sunday’s ‘This Week in Pennsylvania- A different approach is being taken this time for the statute of limitations reform. The measure has failed twice in the legislature. But now instead of changing Pennsylvania law. State Rep. Mark Rozzi,.a priest abuse survivor wants to change the Pennsylvania constitution. Rozzi explained on this Week in Pennsylvania why this approach may have a better chance..
This and much more on This Week in Pennsylvania airs Sundays at 6:30 am on WBRE
*Check out Keystone Creations Exclusively here on PAHomepage- Eyewitness News Reporter Kristina Shalhoup is your guide some interesting businesses right here in NEPA.
*Have you check out our new Podcasts? They are hosted by Nick Toma and produced by Ron Williams. Interesting topics!
Jane King’s KA-Ching Report is out. Click here Don’t forget to tune in for Jane King’s Reports every morning on Eyewitness News.
Director Sandy Wisnewski, Haley Bianco and Bryan Scofield checking in with this week’s PA Live Highlights!
In the PA Live Kitchen This Week- Another great week of recipes and more! Join us in the PA Live Kitchen every day at 4 pm on PA Live!
Monday Kowalonek’s Kielbasy Shop and Galen Glen
Wednesday Jasmine Thai
Thursday Peggy’s Wing Sauce
Don’t forget on Tuesday we try out a new product! The Tuesday Tryout on PA Live!
Got a Question?
If you have a veteran’s issue- you can call Judge Tom Munley of Veterans Views at 570-706-7418. You can also reach Judge Munley on PAHomepage.com
If you have a legal question you would like answered by Law and You team of Attorney Greg Fellerman and Attorney Ed Ciarimboli you can call 570-706-7429. You can also submit a question on PAHomepage.com
Got a question about your finances? Financial Forum with Christopher Scalese- Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 am and Tuesday and Thursday during our 7 pm Newscast on WYOU
Good News- In Case You Missed It- Here are some good news and heartfelt stories you can see right here on PAHomepage!
* Photojournalist Lonnie Miller was there for the last cow crossing at the Lands at Hillside Farm
* Photojournalist Anthony Cundro took a stroll through the Fine Arts Fiesta in downtown Wilkes-Barre.
* The 2nd oldest Girl Scout Camp in the country is ready for a summer of fun in Susquehanna County. Photojournalist Joe Butash checked out beautiful Camp Archbald.
* Brianna Strunk has a sweet story about an Anniversary Tea hosted by State Representative Rosemary Brown.
* Kelly Choate had a great story about Girl Scouts visiting with local State Troopers!
Don’t forget to check out the Community Link here on PAHomepage. This Weekend’s Community News Features.
*Cub Scout Pack 247 from Millville is hosting a Huge Rummage Sale/Yard Sale June 1 and 2.
*Hawk Mountain Sanctuary will host its annual Spring Native Plant Sale
* it’s time to start thinking summer vacation! Twice this summer, Hawk Mountain will host its one-of-a-kind Appalachian Adventure Camp for young nature enthusiasts entering grades 4-8.
* The Summer Lunch Box Program will host a chicken barbecue, raffle, and Chinese auction (basket raffles) at the Lenox V.F.W. on Saturday, June 1st
* Wednesday, June 19th Voices of JOE is hosting a round table forum about staffing problems and drug problems in the federal Bureau of Prisons, including those in our region. This will be at the Public Safety Institution at Luzerne County Community College at 7:00 pm.
Join the Team:
Join the team on Saturday 6 am and 8 am and Sunday Morning at 7 am and 9 am Brianna Strunk along with Kevin Derek .
Mark Hiller, Kristina Shalhoup and Robin Deehan will be here on for Eyewitness News at 6 and 11 (on WBRE/WYOU)
Producer Katie McMahon
On Sunday, Candice Kelly and Nick Toma , Josh Hodell, – AJ Donatoni for Eyewitness News –
Weekend producer – Rachel Vitale
Zack Smith on the Assignment Desk
Our Eyewitness News Producing Line-Up-
Jayne Ann Bugda- Senior Producer PAHomepage and Eyewitness News at 7 pm
Dave Becker – Eyewitness News at 11 am and Noon.
Katherine Lachette- Eyewitness at 5
Ron Williams – Social Media
Rachel Vitale Eyewitness News 11 – Monday through Thursday
(Eyewitness News 6 and 11- on Sundays)
Katey McMahon- Eyewitness News at 11 Friday and Eyewitness News Saturday 6 and 11
.Kaitlin Sosnowski-Ayer is your 5 am and 6 am producer.
Varvara Budetti (Saturday/Sunday Morning)
What’s on TV Tonight?
Saturday, May 18, 2019
God Friended Me at 8 pm; Ransom at 9 pm and at 10 pm 48 Hours – What Happened to Rachel
Stanley Cup Playoffs followed by a Saturday Night Live encore at 10 pm
Sunday, May 19, 2019
CBS – Sunday Morning
“A Sunday Morning in Florence,”
Jane Pauley anchors the broadcast from Florence, where a team of correspondents deliver stories on the sights, sounds, people, and products that make the region popular.
Sunday’s broadcast will feature Mark Phillips’ report on the increasing number of Americans with Italian roots who are becoming citizens and moving there.
Pauley travels to the Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy, believed to be the oldest apothecary in the world, where in the 1300s monks invented rose water. She will also look at the history of the region including visiting Michelangelo’s masterpiece, David, and one of the world’s great museums, the Uffizi Gallery. She’ll also talk with Clet, an artist who plasters street signs with stickers.
Seth Doane reports on three popular foods from Italy: buffalo mozzarella, Nutella and espresso.
Alino Cho catches up with music superstar Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, at their Italian villa, where they share stories about their home, his music career and being grandparents. Lee Cowan reports on the true tale of Pinocchio. Rita Braver talks with author Frances Mayes, who in 1990 bought a house in Tuscany, and whose story would become the basis for the bestselling book – and movie – “Under the Tuscan Sun.”
Martha Teichner explores the works still made by hand by artisans in Florence.
Tracy Smith visits the small town in Italy that was saved when fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli decided to move the headquarters and manufacturing plant to the rural location.
The Red Line, NCIS Los Angeles at 10 pm
Dateline NBC followed by Good Girls at 10 pm
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