Grace Noone

Grace Noone is a full-time reporter for News 12 Westchester. She joined the Cablevision family back in 1989 as a Master Control Operator but was quickly promoted to Associate Producer and later became a Reporter, and Anchor.

She's had the opportunity to cover many stories including Pope Benedict's visit to Yonkers, the Taconic Parkway Crash and Hurricane Floyd. But, says Grace, "the stories I enjoy the most are the ones that help Westchester County residents improve their lives." Grace covers the education beat and enjoys stories that involve students helping their community.

In 2010, Grace was nominated for a New York Emmy award for her news coverage of a winter-like storm in July. She received a Deadline Club Award for her continuing coverage of the "Millionaire Murder Mystery" in Rye. That same coverage also earned her a 2010 New York Press Club Award. Grace was also recognized with a 2010 AP Award for her continuing coverage of "The Taconic Tragedy".

Grace has four prior New York Emmy award nominations for, "Labor of Love" in the category of Religious Programming in 2009 and for her work "The Hudson's Hidden Treasure", in the category of Historical/Cultural. Grace has also received several prestigious awards, including The Presidential Committee for People with Disabilities and The Yonkers Woman's Equality Day Committee. She has also received a Telly Award and is a New York Festival Finalist for her work in 2006 for News Feature "Cherish the Ladies"; she also was a 2005 New York Festival finalist for her News Feature "The Postman".

Grace, her husband and three children reside in Westchester County.

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