Andrea Rose

Andrea Ciccocioppo Rose is a journalist with more than 30 years of experience writing a variety of news, entertainment and informative articles for publications across Pennsylvania and the nation. Andrea began her career at TV HOST magazine as an assistant editor and entertainment reporter for the national cable guide where she interviewed more than 100 TV/film celebrities and penned weekly soap opera and local events columns. She went on to work for nearly a decade as a general assignment reporter and columnist for The Patriot-News in the Carlisle Bureau, followed by two years as a municipal government reporter and columnist at The [Carlisle] Sentinel, where was recognized as the “Best of Carlisle” reporter for both years. She spent six years as executive editor of Central Penn Parent magazine, winning multiple Gold General Excellence Editorial and Design Awards from the Parenting Media Association. After raising her family in the Boiling Springs area, Andrea returned to her native Franklin County in 2016 when she was named assistant editor/lead reporter for The Record Herald, where she helped build countywide local news coverage for more than three years. She has written for a variety of publications across the nation and won multiple Keystone Press Awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. She is author of “The Snarky Girl’s Guide to Breast Cancer.” Andrea grew up in Fayetteville, is a graduate of Chambersburg Area Senior High School and studied journalism at Harrisburg Area Community College, Shippensburg University and Wilson College, and has been active in the community at the United Way of Franklin County, the Franklin County 4H Therapeutic Riding Association and has served as a Certified Tourism Ambassador. She lives in Greencastle with her husband and soft-coated wheaten terrier. When she’s not writing and reporting, Andrea enjoys reading, antiquing, scrapbooking, traveling and watching HGTV. She is also working very hard to remember to enjoy the journey, not just the destination. ​

Michele Jansen

Michele has been the News Director/Political Analyst for NEWS TALK 1037FM radio for the past five years, is co-host of the daily morning show First News and host of the weekly Political Vibe show which brings on guests in local, regional, state and national politics to discuss current legislative topics. She is past Director of Legislation and Public Policy with PA Right to Work. She also co-chaired a local civics organization for several years. Michele is still occasionally involved in volunteer activism in these areas, as well as in educational and medical issues and particularly enjoys talking to young people about these subjects. Michele previously worked in clinical research specializing in infectious disease and HIV from late 1990s into early 2000s at the Vidant Medical Center associated with Brody School of Medicine in Greenville NC, following receiving her MD from Jefferson Medical University in Philadelphia. Before pursuing a career in science and medicine, Michele spent several years working for Westinghouse Corporation as a systems analyst. Michele was born in Hagerstown, MD, but moved with her family at a young age to Greensburg, attending Greensburg Central Catholic High School then pursuing two separate degrees at St. Vincent College in Latrobe—the first in Business Systems Analysis, the second a few year later in Biochemistry—before going to medical school. Michele lives with her twin college-aged daughters in North Guilford in the Chambersburg area and enjoys reading, outdoor exercise and travel as well as antiquing and ping-pong.

Ryan Hedrick

Ryan hosts “The Drive" on News Talk 103.7 FM from 5-7 p.m. every week day. He started in radio when he was just 17 years old, doing sports and news for his high school radio station. Ryan spent several years at WFMD in Frederick, Maryland before moving to New York, where he worked at WBEN in Buffalo. In 2016, while working at WIBW-AM in Topeka Kansas, Hedrick earned the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) award for Major Market enterprise reporting. Hedrick grew up in Southern California where he attended Cal State University of Northridge.