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Gary Liberatore

Gary Liberatore anchors NEWSChannel 2 Weekend Today and files reports during the week.

Title: Anchor & Reporter

Gary Liberatore anchors NEWSChannel 2 Weekend Today and files reports during the week.

Gary grew up in Utica, attending Proctor High School, and then Utica College. After graduating, he spent a number of years as a computer programmer/analyst in San Diego, California.

Desiring a more people oriented profession, Gary decided to enroll in the Masters in Broadcast Journalism program at Syracuse University.

After that graduation, Gary began his career in TV. After spending several years in Rochester, and the last six years in Cleveland, Ohio, he decided to return home for family reasons.

Outside of work, Gary still enjoys numerous sports including tennis and basketball.

Recent Posts by Gary Liberatore

Gordon calls for three Oneida County officials to be removed from office

The man who is running for county executive announced Monday morning, he wants the current county executive removed from office.

8th Annual Home Show wraps up in Verona

The Home Show at Turning Stone Resort Casino continues to be a big draw.

Running and walking in Rome to fight heart disease and stroke

Rome Run & Indoor Walk brings more than 200 out to help fight heart disease and stroke.

Oneonta apartment owner : "I'm at my breaking point"

The deadline has passed for the owners of 195 Main St. in Oneonta to remove all tenants from their apartment building, but some tenants may still be there.

Oriskany's fire chief : Current fire house is a danger to firefighters, "We need a new one"

Oriskany Fire Department plans to raise money to build a new fire house and wants to build it adjacent to the current one.

Sylvan Beach gets their own 'Centro'

Local welder Eric Centro donates a rescue sled to Sylvan Beach. It's the fourth sled he has built and delivered to a local volunteer fire department.

What's it like to be homeless? Many took a one mile walk in Utica on Saturday to get a little perspective

Walk a Mile in My Shoes is all about raising awareness about homelessness and raising money to help the homeless in the Utica area.

24 hour storm dumps 3 to 4 feet of snow in parts of Lewis County

Residents in parts of Lewis County that saw as much as 4 feet of snow in this latest snowstorm say it's no big deal, they're used to it.

Snow days : To close...or not to close

Sauquoit Valley Central Schools Superintendent Ronald Wheelock gives us a superintendent's perspective on how difficult a decision it is to close schools during an expected snowfall.

Case against Utica man accused of killing his grandmother heads to grand jury

Three Utica police officers and a neighbor were standing by to testify.

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