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Past articles by Jon:

Gas prices continue to go down

Newswatch 16's Jon Meyer has a closer look at gas prices here in our area and across the country. → Read More

On the Pennsylvania Road – World War II memories at Stuart Tank

Jon Meyer headed to Berwick to see how a soldier would have squeezed into a tank during World War II. → Read More

Seeking spring in the snow On The Pennsylvania Road

Jon Meyer found plenty of evidence that spring is here, even when it's buried in a blanket of white. → Read More

Gas price update for Thursday, March 10

Jon Meyer has a closer look at gas prices here in our area. → Read More

Gas price update for Tuesday, March 8

Jon Meyer has a closer look at gas prices here in our area. → Read More

Celebrating literacy with 'Read Across America'

Members of the Newswatch 16 team shared books and stories with young students throughout the area on Wednesday. → Read More

Remembering victims of flight 93

As a young reporter in 2001, Newswatch 16's Jon Meyer was among the first on the scene after the plane crashed. → Read More

Cicadas are back On The Pennsylvania Road

As the country begins to return to normalcy a noisy creature has returned for its scheduled visit to our lives. → Read More

Hike into history On The Pennsylvania Road

Our visit to the remains of Camp Morton took us back more than 80 years when young men came for a job and some food in the midst of hard times. → Read More

Ghost town of ice On The Pennsylvania Road

Some folks are trying to preserve part of our frozen past. → Read More

On The Pennsylvania Road: Toys of inventiveness and imagination

Erector sets are pieces of history and part of a new exhibit at the Taber Museum in Williamsport. → Read More

Revisiting Summer On The Pennsylvania Road

Jon Meyer returned to a spot where he enjoyed summertime fun on the Susquehanna River. → Read More

Deer Season On The Pennsylvania Road

For many folks, hunting is about a lot more than just getting a deer. → Read More

A child's tour On The Pennsylvania Road

This young man knows more about the Keystone State most Pennsylvanians, and he's seen more of it than most folks. → Read More

Teapots overflowing On The Pennsylvania Road

DUSHORE, Pa. — Jon Meyer's first report On The Pennsylvania Road a year and a half ago was about a woman's collection of hundreds of cookies jars in Sullivan County. Jon is returning to Dushore to talk to that woman again, this time about a different collection and a tribute to her inspiration: her grandmother. → Read More

New state requirement: no mask, no entry

New safety measures from the Pennsylvania Department of Health may force some people to cover up. The new order calls for everyone to wear masks in public areas. → Read More

Work Continuing on Project 505 Trolley Restoration

A trolley that used to ride the rails through Scranton is taking one step further toward restoration. Jon Meyer found the process underway this week working on the old "505 Trolley" is also out of the history books. Follow the restoration of the 505 Trolley here. → Read More

Remembering the King On The Pennsylvania Road

Elvis Presley would have turned 85 years old last week. The king of rock and roll died more than 40 years ago but in this week's stop On The Pennsylvania Road, Jon Meyer found how a woman is keeping the Elvis legacy alive in Luzerne County. → Read More

Museum to Christmas On The Pennsylvania Road

There's a home in Monroe County that is filled with thousands of Christmas ornaments and decorations. In this week's stop On The Pennsylvania Road, Jon Meyer got a look at all of them and says the two have created a museum to Christmas, right in their living room and kitchen. → Read More

Unique Home for Model Trains On The Pennsylvania Road

The holiday season is upon us, and for many people, train sets are still a big part of Christmas. It's a tradition for a model railroading group in Carbon County to share its display with the public this time of year and in his stop On The Pennsylvania Road, Jon Meyer found it has a unique home. → Read More