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Many homebuyers are finding themselves priced out of the American Dream of Homeownership. House prices are through the roof. Mortgage rates are high, and inventory is low. So, what can be done about the housing issue in our viewing area?

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NEPA and the Chesapeake Bay
How does what we do here affect the watershed and what can be done to improve its quality?
All Aboard for NYC
Amtrak service from Scranton to New York City is finally about to become reality
Pennsylvania School Funding
What are school vouchers? How are they funded? What are the pros and cons?
The Evolution of Hazleton
We visit the Hazleton integration project to see what's changed and what's to come.
Healthcare in Crisis
Emerging issues in the workforce and maternal health.
PA Parks & Recreation
We take a look at the state park system to see what it means to those who visit them
Broadband in the Heartland
How can rural residents get access to the same online resources as higher populated areas?
Guns in Schools
We take a look at the topic of guns and their effect on school safety.
Where Are The Teachers?
The influx of new teachers is shrinking. What can be done?
Meet Your Congressmen
Join us for a townhall where we speak with Congressmen Matt Cartwright and Dan Meuser
WVIA Radio Program Manager and afternoon classical music host, Larry Vojtko began his tenure at the station in 1982 as the early morning host/announcer. He is also the producer and host of most of the concert broadcasts for the station. During his tenure Larry has interviewed many celebrities and musicians of international renown such as clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, pianists Leon Fleisher and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, baroque cellist Anner Bylsma, conductor/composer Gunther Schuller, and bass Paul Plishka. He also organizes and produces the WVIA "Simply Grand" series of in-studio classical concerts. In May 2003, Larry led the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic in concert as guest conductor, an honor bestowed in observance of Larry’s 20th anniversary with WVIA.