Lynne Adkins

If you’ve listened to radio in the Delaware Valley, the odds are pretty good that you’ve heard Lynne Adkins. Lynne is a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio.

Although she’s been a member of the KYW Newsradio family for more than two decades, her voice has also been heard on radio stations WMGK, WPEN, WFIL, WIP (where she was both assistant news director and a talk show host), WHYY-FM, WCOJ in Coatesville, WBUX in Levittown, Pa., and on country station WXTU, where she was news director.

Lynne Adkins grew up in the Delaware Valley and graduated from Temple University with a degree in radio, television, and film.

Cycling Fundraiser Aims To Help People With Disabilities Get Back Into Sports

A local non-profit is hosting a bike ride next month in Chester County to benefit people with disabilities.


Montco Boy Heads To World Championships For Cup Stacking In Taiwan

He’s young, he’s fast and he’s going from Montgomery county to the 2017 World Sport Stacking Championship in Taiwan next week.


Baby Boomers At Higher Risk For Blood Born Virus

Baby boomers are being asked to roll up their sleeves to be tested for a virus they may have had for decades.


Weekend, DC Holiday Give You 3 Extra Days To File Your Taxes

There are just three weeks until your taxes are due — and this year you get additional time to prepare.


Doctor Says Your Cell Phone Could Be Causing You Neck Pain

Chances are someone in your house is complaining of neck pain or a headache that could be linked to a cell phone.


Jefferson Health Competition Aims To Find Next Great Product Or Service

If you have the next great innovation for health care, you could take home the prize next month.


A Good March For Skiing

Spring starts on Monday, but the slopes are still buzzing.


Local Teen Could Go The Distance In National Math, Science Competition

An 18-year-old from Collegeville is part of a select group competing in a national science, and math competition.


New College Program Benefits Students, Small Business Owners

Delaware Valley University is offering free assistance to small business owners through its Small Business and Entrepreneurship Center.


Warm Winter Has Cherry Trees Blooming Way Ahead Of Schedule

Philadelphia’s cherry trees are starting to bloom, one month before the city’s big Cherry Blossom Festival.


Want To Be A Father? A New Study Says You Should Stay Clean

Male offspring suffer when a dad does cocaine, that’s the finding of a new local study.


Preventing Tooth Decay In Children

Too many children are dealing with pain that could easily be prevented.


Postpartum Depression, Not Just For Moms

When you think of postpartum depression, you think of the mom. But dads can suffer too.


Getting Ready To File Your Taxes? Be Sure You Know What Information Is Required

It’s tax season — and if you’re getting your papers together, make sure you have the right stuff.


Don’t Have A Will? Here’s Why You Should.

It’s not that difficult to protect your assets, and yet most of us don’t do it.



MontCo High School Wins Desk Giveaway

A Montgomery County High School has won a contest that gives students the chance to stand up for learning.


It’s Burn Awareness Week

Too many people suffer burns, and they often occur at home.


GI Issues More Likely In Children With Autism

Children with autism are more likely to have gastrointestinal issues than a child not on the spectrum.


Should You Do Your Own Taxes? Expert Says It Depends

There are plenty of free websites online or go to


tax forms

Looking For Your NJ Tax Return? You May Be In For A Wait.

If you’re anxious to get your New Jersey income tax refund soon, you could be out of luck.


Flipping Houses, Back In Style

Remember when people used to flip houses for a living? It’s back!


Look Out, It’s Flu Season

It seems that everyone you know is sick with some nasty cold, but the flu is also around.


With New Administration Comes New First Family Fashion

First Lady Michelle Obama has made a fashion splash the past eight years — but what can we expect in the new administration?


Immaculata Cutting Tuition By 25%

The reduction will have students at Immaculata University paying $26,500 a year for tuition beginning with the fall term.


Horsham Family Physician Team Retires After 56 Years

Now a new chapter begins and while exciting… it is bittersweet.


New Cancer Study Targets The Disease, Not The Body

The TAPUR Study gives patients who have run out of most options a chance for treatment, according to Dr. Pamela Crilley.


Stop Varicose Veins From Being A Pain In Winter

If you have varicose veins, you know how uncomfortable they can be, and the cold temperatures can make things worse.


Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Receives Grant To Help Educate Students About Music

In the orchestra, they play with others from across the city. He said the grant will help the program expand to more sites providing opportunities to more students.


Construction To Begin On New Ambler Food Store

The Weavers Way loan campaign has raised about a million and a half dollars, exceeding the original goal according to General Manager Jon Roesser.


Local Arboretum Is Seeking Volunteers

If you’re looking for something to do in the new year, the Morris Arboretum in Chestnut Hill may be a good fit.




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