Abbey Buttacavoli

Abbey Buttacavoli

Reporter & Weekend Anchor

WWNY

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

  Massena’s new mayor: I’m a problem solver

  Protests, as T.I. eyes teacher cuts

  Lewis County creates videos to promote COVID vaccine

  Indian River’s theater group moves from stage to screen

  Local restaurant, bar owners say state’s curfew, even with extra hour, is costing them

  Watertown family looks forward to returning to classroom full time

  How to talk to your teen about internet blackmail, thoughts of suicide

  Marijuana may be legal in NY, but some places are still off limits

  Fort Drum has top COVID vaccination rate among military installations

Attorney General: Vaccination is free, charges for COVID-19 vaccine are unlawful

  4 in custody following armed robbery at Watertown apartment

  Area girl scouts work to donate food for our furry friends

  Adams resumes push for new village playground

  Clayton’s major construction project resumes, already ahead of schedule

  St. Lawrence Seaway begins 63rd shipping season

  High school senior raises money for charity through ‘porch project’

  Community comes together to clean up Gouverneur Boxing Club following fire

  Louisville meeting gets lively as residents voice concerns over country club purchase

  Hospital officials reflect on a year of COVID challenges

  Villages to hold elections Tuesday

  A year after a devastating fire, the Coachlight Inn rises from the ashes

  Tri-county area sees dramatic drop in flu cases this season

  Owl’s injury leads to creation of new animal wellness fund at Watertown zoo

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine available locally to certain people

  Diocese of Ogdensburg tells Catholics it’s okay to get all approved COVID vaccines

  Lewis County nears completion on police reform plan

  Lewis County split on sale of marijuana in their neighborhood, survey says

  New head shop concerns some in Watertown

  SUNY prof honors Black writers with podcast

  Irish festival may be canceled, but scholarships are still happening