The versatile Vittoria Woodill appears on Eyewitness News team as feature reporter on a variety of segments including “Taste with Tori,” a tour of the region’s great eats and the people behind them, and “CBS 3 down the Shore.”
Among her many assignments, our intrepid reporter has rappelled down a 31-story building, driven a monster truck and eaten her way through numerous food festivals. But she lists her coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia this year as the highlights of her career so far. Her live reports from her iPhone in the midst of the faithful gathered to see the Pope were some of the most memorable and spontaneous moments of CBS 3’s continuous coverage of the event.
Vittoria started her on-air career with the CBS family as a member of The CW Philly Crew in 2008. She had also worked for CBS Radio in Philadelphia. In 2013, she rejoined the station as a traffic reporter directly from cable’s Tango Traffic where she had worked since 2010.
Vittoria can also navigate the fashion world. She is the creator of “Polished for Pennies,” www.Polished4Pennies.com, a lifestyle blog that has been featured nationally on ABC’s The Revolution with style expert Tim Gunn and locally on CBS 3 and The CW Philly.
Vittoria is a former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader. She has also served as a high school and middle school competitive cheerleading coach.
A native of Northeast Philadelphia, Vittoria is a 2009 graduate of LaSalle University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.
Today, one humble hero had his house turned back into a home.
In West Chester, a pair of brothers are stepping of the coffee game with a local batch of cold brew coffee.
A Philadelphia company is making some beautiful and unusual watches.
Students at a Delaware County school now have a special place to go when they are feeling lonely or sad — or if they just need a friend.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. It’s an opportunity to highlight the thousands of families facing an autism diagnosis in our area.
There’s one chocolate egg that is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth — and it definitely won’t fit in your Easter basket.
Musicians dream to perform at most prestigious concert halls in the country and some students there our area, have the opportunity, to do just that.
Vittoria Woodill introduces us to the man wanting to change the world one cheesesteak at a time, Jason Green!
It’s not only the most significant fountain garden collection in the U.S. but it’s the largest fountain garden in North America. It’s the crown jewel of Longwood Gardens, the Main Fountain Garden.
With Phillies opening day upon us, check out some of the ball park’s newest food cravings.
Superstar Garth Brooks and Trish Yearwood are in Philadelphia this weekend for four shows, and three days.
It’s the first day of spring and that has many people thinking about spring cleaning.
A Delaware coffee shop serving Pike Creek Coffee and Belgian Liege Waffles with endless toppings will hit the spot.
There are always better ways to do things or do things better, and the Public Schools of Cinnaminson are trying to solve our problems — one invention at a time.
The greater Philadelphia cultural alliance recently launched a new initiative highlighting the impact of arts and culture on civics issues.
Cirque du Soleil is bringing its new production to Philadelphia, and it has a familiar theme.
Some of Philadelphia’s best chefs and restaurateurs gathered on Drexel University’s campus on Monday for the annual Philly Chef Conference.
Get ready to go BIG! Celebrating sisterhood and this celebratory seven ingredient bread, 600 women are taking part in the Mega Challah Bake 600!
We are a little more than a week away from opening day of the Philadelphia Flower Show, and even though it may feel like spring outside, the flowers still need an extra boost to get blooming in time for the big event.
The American Driver Training Academy in New Castle will have you hitting the open road in four weeks. And it’s one of only three certified woman-owned trucking schools in the nation.
It was a bountiful bouquet of colorful exhibits at St. Joseph The Protector Elementary School in Glenside.
The 1967 song “Some Kind Of Wonderful,” was written by John Ellison.
Vittoria Woodill took part in a big sandwich competition at Reading Terminal Market.
A 90-year-old man is doing what he loves best, and it is keeping him young at heart.
A mother has written an allergy-free, autism family cookbook inspired by her son.
It was a toast to love At Spring Hills Assisted Living in Cherry Hill.
There’s a place where you can not only buy, but even learn to handcraft lingerie yourself with a local designer.
It was hard to beat the drama of the Patriot’s historic comeback in Super Bowl 51.
The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington D.C., and on Wednesday, they partnered with the School District of Philadelphia.
A budget shortfall could mean the end for the campus of a historic South Jersey music program.