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NBC10 Morning Team Back ‘On the Road' Again

NBC10 is bringing the #NBC10Mornings Team back on the road Wednesday mornings.

NBC10’s Dray Clark highlights the residents of Coatesville and how they worked together to restore Scott Field, the high school football field. Learn more about why they did the restoration and plans they still have.

The latest stop for the #NBC10Mornings crew is the Wawa at 3025 Lincoln Highway in Thorndale, Chester County on Nov. 22.

NBC10’s Dray Clark takes us inside Thorndale Craft House, a new bar and restaurant that was once President James Buchanan’s summer home. While restoration continues to be done, some historical pieces will remain.

NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley and new NBC10 reporter Dray Clark were at the Wawa during the morning news shows and NBC10 anchors Tracy Davidson and Vai Sikahema later joined them to meet viewers and sign autographs.

The first stop was the Wawa at 8240 West Chester Pike in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania on Oct. 25. NBC10 celebrated with giveaway mugs as Wawa gave away free coffee, food samples and branded merchandise.

NBC10’s “On the Road” segment highlights Upper Darby this week and two popular locations perfect for dinner and a show. Pica’s is a popular restaurant and local favorite while the Tower Theater hosts major headliners.

On Nov. 1, the NBC10 Mornings Team was at the Wawa at 332 S Black Horse Pike in Williamstown, New Jersey.

Geets Diner was a part of Williamstown landscape for 75 years. NBC10’s South Jersey Bureau reporter Cydney Long has news about the plan to reopen the iconic restaurant in Williamstown, Gloucester County.

On Nov. 8, the NBC10 Mornings crew was the Wawa along Easton Road in Horsham, Montgomery County.

NBC10’s Deanna Durante highlights some of the aspects that make Horsham, Montgomery County a great place to live.

On Nov. 15, the morning crew was at the Wawa at 7912 East Roosevelt Boulevard (at Borbeck Avenue) in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia.

NBC10’s hit the road again, this time we stopped in Rhawnhurst, at the Wawa on Roosevelt Boulevard, to discuss the Police Athletic League and their influence on the community.
NBC10’s at the Wawa on Roosevelt Boulevard in Rhawnhurst to enjoy free coffee. NBc10 Responds reporter Harry Hairston stops by to join the fun and get one of his traditoinal hugs.

Be sure to tag us on social media in the photos you post from the event and use the hashtag #NBC10Mornings.

Wawa gives back to the community by giving $50,000 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation to help the organization to achieve their goals. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley is at the Wawa in Williamstown where he met Francesca, a Make-A-Wish recipient.

In May, the morning team showed up at Wawas in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware on Wednesday mornings to meet and chat with viewers during the morning show.

NBC10 Mornings Team Starting Out Day Visiting YOU at Local Wawas

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