Emily Griffin

Emily Griffin

Reporter

WWNY

Emily Griffin is an area native, coming to the 7 News team from the village of Copenhagen. She graduated from Plattsburgh State University in 2019, having studied Broadcast and Newsprint Journalism.

When she's not working, Emily enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and eating any kind of ice cream.

Emily is thrilled to be reporting in her hometown and is excited to continue learning about the people and places around her.


Recent Articles by Emily

  Saturday: crews knock down a garage fire in the town of Lyme

  Local shop owners upset NY didn’t tell them about tobacco law change

  Heroes among us

  Women’s Wellness and Breast Care facility unveiled in Watertown

  Clayton project resumes after bump in road

  Dry Hill Ski Area making snow

  Counting canines to keep communities safe

  Students from military families mark Veterans Day

  19th Annual Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon is underway

  Lewis County has new crop to chop

  Raging river, debris create dangers for anglers

  Fort Drum soldiers welcomed home from Iraq

  Educators learn about BOCES’ pre-tech program

Early voting goes smoothly, election officials report

  It’s election day early, as voting begins across New York

  Vigil remembers those lost to drug overdoses

  Watertown City Council chambers won’t move from 3rd floor

  Teaching seniors to detect, avoid scams

  Pumpkins fly at 8th annual Punkin’ Chunkin’

  High water levels still pose threat on Lake Ontario

  Poll shows majority of New Yorkers favor Trump impeachment

  Workers busy expanding Alexandria Bay border crossing

  Fort Drum soldiers prepare for training in Louisiana

  Fort Drum soldier is first in nation to get perfect score on Army fitness test

  Historic Croghan landmark for sale

  A special message from the stands at General Brown

  Fort Drum soldiers train with stamps and packages, not guns and ammo

  Lewis County considers new tax on online vacation rentals

  Loss in funding is blow to efforts to help north country’s homeless

  Canton hosts arts festival named for famous native son