For two years, I worked for a public radio project called Keystone Crossroads, reporting on distressed (and improving!) cities in Pennsylvania. Keystone Crossroads is a statewide collaboration between member stations WHYY (Philadelphia), WESA (Pittsburgh), WITF (Harrisburg) and WPSU (State College.) I worked at WPSU, covering cities and towns in Central Pennsylvania.
Here is some of the work that I did for this project.
For Trump’s Most Ardent Supporters, Victory Was No Surprise
Trash Talk: Fight Over Scranton-Area Landfill Exposes Generational Divide
Trump, Clinton Trash Trade Deals, But Is That Fair?
The Immigrants It Once Shut Out Bring New Life To Pennsylvania Town
Winner, Best Nationally Edited Feature, PRNDI
Nittany Lions, Punxsutawney Phil, Red Land: The Pope Isn’t The Only Big Act in Pa.
Second place, Best Use of Sound, Pennsylvania AP Broadcast Association