Abbey Buttacavoli

Abbey Buttacavoli



Abbey joined the 7News team in March 2019 as a part-time multi-media journalist and became full time after she graduated in May.

Born and raised in Albany, New York, Abbey attended SUNY Oswego and studied broadcasting and mass communications and business administration.

She loves talking to people and hearing their stories. In her free time she enjoys exercising, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

She looks forward to reporting in the North Country and experiencing all this area has to offer. 

Recent Articles by Abbey

  Fiddling and dancing at Carthage American Legion

  Jefferson County sees 10 possible drug overdose deaths since October

  Smith’s ideas on saving taxpayer money on second city courtroom

  Winter arrives even though it’s still fall

  Watertown church volunteers pay it forward on the streets

  Fort Drum salutes veterans

  Henderson residents ask town officials for help with flooding issues

  Local voters use electronic tablets for first time

  Ballots could be impounded in Watertown mayoral race

  How the north country fared during early voting

  Quilt increases autism awareness

  Neighbors help nab man after alleged attack, robbery

  A cappella performance echoes in Adams church pews

  Watertown council candidates weigh in on firefighter dispute and charter

  Watertown council candidates weigh in on zoo and hydro power

  JCC’s Center for Community Studies celebrating 20 years

  Crossman in the crosshairs

  Congresswoman Stefanik pushes back on Trump’s Syria decision

  Manufacturing Day gives students a chance to tour local businesses

  Local woman writes romance novel

  Watertown mayor race heats up over charges of sexism

  Pro BMX athlete teaches kids about healthy choices

  Part of highway named for Ogdensburg journalist & advocate Chuck Kelly

  Nature center gets ready for autumn festival

  Fire at old motel may have been deliberately set

  Adsit honored for 4 decades of service to Watertown & Jefferson County

  Return to sender: Marine never gets care packages

  A Lewis County church in need of funds for repairs

  Building named for fallen Fort Drum soldier

  Governor calls for state probe into alleged Gouverneur hate crime