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Sari has been published on abc27.com and in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Harrisburg Patriot-News, Allentown Morning CallPittsburgh Tribune-Review, and  Temple University’s Temple News. She was also a contributing writer at PoliticsPA, an online political news website. A selection of her work for Market News International was published on iMarketnews.com.

During her senior year in college, she was the editor-in-chief of the Messiah College Swinging Bridge. She has also been published on the media-critique blog InkTank.

Links to nearly 80 of her published clips are below. For a selection of her best work, click here.

  • abc27 News is Central Pennsylvania’s most innovative broadcast outlet. abc27 serves its viewers both on air and online utilizing social media, web and broadcast tools to tell stories that are important to the community. abc27 is based in Harrisburg, Pa., which is one of America’s top 50 media markets.  Sari has written nearly 800 articles for abc27.com, a selection of which can be found below.

ACLU challenges Pa. law banning gay marriage, July 9, 2013

Drivers, parents support audio recording on school buses, June 21, 2013  (The video that accompanies this story can be viewed here.)

Report: firefighters made errors during fatal Lancaster blaze, June 4, 2013

Lititz boy, 7, needs organ transplants, campaigns for donor sign-ups, May 28, 2013 (The video that accompanies this story can be viewed here.)

Bakery owner starts community soup night, gives back, March 29, 2013 (The video that accompanies this story can be viewed here.)

Harrisburg woman creates “MakeSpace” for artists, February 24, 2013 (The video that accompanies this story can be viewed here.)

Sandusky transferred to prison in Greene County, being kept separate, October 31, 2012

Sandusky asks judge to throw out conviction, October 18, 2012

Sandusky lawyer: not enough time to prepare for trial, January 10, 2013

Judge denies Sandusky appeal for new trial, January 30, 2012

Matt Sandusky says he is victim of father’s abuse, June 21,2012

Sandusky defense: Police tried to guide accusers, June 19, 2012

‘Victim 9’ testifies of abuse, rape by Sandusky, June 14, 2012

Witnesses talk about dropped ’98 investigation of Sandusky, June 14, 2012

Victim 1 testifies, in tears, of abuse by Sandusky, June 12, 2012

Sandusky attorney: alleged victims ‘had issues’, June 11, 2012

Prosecutor makes opening statement in Sandusky trial, June 11, 2012

  • With a circulation of over 400,000, the Philadelphia Inquirer is America’s 11th largest newspaper and one of the oldest in the nation. They publish online in cooperation with the Philadelphia Daily News at Philly.com.

Pa. transportation panel urges raising drivers’ fees, gas tax, July 19, 2011

State liquor stores should stay, top Senate Republican says, July 22, 2011

Trooper on duty at governor’s mansion aided budget secretary’s wife after arrest, July 23, 2011

Pa. treasurer calls Corbett’s no-new-tax pledge a bad idea, July 25, 2011

Open mic for Mike Turzai, for the blog Commonwealth Confidential on July 27, 2011

Unusual hearing today on privatizing Pa. liquor sales, July 27, 2011

New Pa. website will let taxpayers track see where their money goes, August 2, 2011

Thanks to ruling, government records harder to get, August 8, 2011

  • The Allentown Morning Call is Pennsylvania’s only Tribune-owned newspaper and has an average circulation of  103,000. During my time with them, Capitol Reporter John Micek ran the paper’s Pennsylvania politics blog Capitol Ideas.

More costly to get around, August 1, 2011

Consumers Leaving Cash Lying Around By Not Switching Electricity Suppliers, for Capitol Ideas on August 2, 2011

Introducing Pennsylvania’s First Puppies: Penny and Harry, for Capitol Ideas on August 3,2011

Dog days at guv’s mansion, August 3, 2011

One Big Happy Tea Party?, for Capitol Ideas on August 4, 2011

House Ed Committee Gets Woolly Over Money For Religious Schools,  for Capitol Ideas on August 4, 2011

Speaker proposes downsizing state House to 153 members, August 9, 2011

A new way to track state spending, July 11, 2011

  • The Harrisburg Patriot-News is Pennsylvania’s capitol city newspaper. It has an average circulation of 93,000 but reaches countless others online. A portion of the work I did for them is available online at PennLive.com.

Pennsylvania legislators bowl to raise money for food banks, June 6, 2011

AARP PA pushes passage of legislation expanding caregivers’ eligibility for reimbursement for expenses, June 7, 2011

Public is invited to testify to House and Senate panels about congressional redistricting, June 10, 2011

Disability rights activists cited for camping during protest of Pennsylvania budget cuts, June 14, 2011

Postcards to lawmakers show support for restoring funding for social services in Pennsylvania budget, June 14, 2011

Panel seeks to study Soldiers and Sailors Grove in Pa. Capitol complex to address space shortage, June 15, 2011

PHEAA business earnings donation goes to grants for low-income students, June 16, 2011

Parents welcome state law that recognizes stillborn babies with special birth certificates, July 18, 2011

  • PoliticsPA is an online political news blog that covers all things politics in the state of Pennsylvania.

Not Tomorrow: Congressional Redistricting Maps On Hold Again, December 6, 2011

Prospects Dim for Electoral College Plan, November 23, 2011

GOP Coalesces Around Toomey Supercommittee Plan, November 18, 2011

After PSU Scandal, Lawmakers Push to Change Mandatory Reporting Requirements, Statute of Limitations, November 15, 2011

Judicial Candidates Spar over Campaign Contributions, November 2, 2011

Biden Visits York School to Campaign for Jobs Bill, October 18, 2011

At First Super Committee Meeting Toomey says Entitlements and the Tax Code Should be Reformed, September 8, 2011

  •  The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is one of Pittsburgh’s two competing newspapers and has a circulation of 177,000 on the weekend. My work for the paper was also published online at PittsburghLive.

Corbett open to voucher compromise to get legislation passed, June 21, 2011

Turzai appears as supporter at voucher news conference, June 21, 2011

Charter schools on state’s agenda, June 22, 2011

Corbett: School voucher bill well-positioned for passage, June 23, 2011

Corbett gears up for push on school vouchers, June 24, 2011

Pennsylvania hearing on charter schools, vouchers declared ‘null and void‘, June 24, 2011

House passes voter ID bill, June 24, 2011

Time may run out on push for voucher plan, June 25, 2011

Fair Share Act limiting damages in civil lawsuits advances, June 27, 2011

Tentative deal struck on Pennsylvania budget, June 28, 2011

Greene County lawmaker wants his case heard in home county, June 28, 2011

School voucher push stalls, likely halted until fall, June 30, 2011

New Pa. law gives greater control to property owners, July 1, 2011

Pa. voucher issue grows in intensity, July 2, 2011

  • The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is the larger of Pittsburgh’s two competing newspapers and has a circulation of 341,000 on the weekend. My work for the paper was also published online at the post-gazette.com and on their politics blog EarlyReturns.

PennEnvironment calls for 62 mpg by 2025, July 6, 2011

Happy 6th anniversary, pay raise!, for EarlyReturns on July 7, 2011

Corbett signs 46 new laws, July 8, 2011

Website to give access to state financial information, July 11, 2011

Criticism poured on state store privatization plan, July 15, 2011

  • Market News International is a international wire service that provides, macroeconomic news and analysis to its subsribers. Selected articles were published for public view online at iMarketnews.

US Business Grps Urge Intl Effort vs Discriminatory China Pol, February 17, 2010

US GOP Say Stimulus Should Create Private, Not Govt, Jobs, February 18, 2010

US Small Businesses Group Urges Congress to Avoid Tax Increase, February 23, 2010

US Rep Says Congress Shld Increase Credit Union Lending Cap, February 24, 2010

US Congressional Budget Office Director Predicts Slow Recovery, February 25, 2010

USTR: Congress The Last Resort to Resolve Brazil Threats, March 9, 2010

GE’s Immelt: Future of US Exports Lies In The Emerging World, March 11, 2010

US Commerce Secretary: Growing Market For Clean Energy in Indonesia, March 17, 2010

US Hill Aides Worry US Falling Behind in Asia Trade, April 8, 2010

US Economists: Obama Must Fix Trade Imbalance Quickly, April 16, 2010

Complex to offer housing for international students, scholars, October 25, 2010

  • InkTank is a news/media-criticism blog written by students and alumni of the Washington Journalism Center.

It’s Healthcare, with a Twist, March 23,2010

It’s All About the Context,  April 1, 2010

Washington Post’s Coverage of a D.C. Shooting is Commendable, April 6, 2010

Half the Newspapers in Ten Years?, April 19, 2010

Alumnus Makes it to American Idol Top 24, February 28, 2012

Even Without Training, Employees would Respond Proactively to Sexual Assault, November 29, 2011

Thompson Tells of Soccer After Messiah, November 9, 2011

College Republicans Cancel Mattera Event Following “Problematic Comments,” October 17, 2011

Renowned Political Scientists Stirs Controversy at Messiah, October 12, 2011

Tuition Increase and Financial Aid, February 26, 2009

Upper Allen Police Department to Increase Campus Patrols, November 5, 2009

Healthcare Bill of 2010 Eliminates Student Loan Program, April 8, 2010

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