After 11 years at CBS21, one of the station’s meteorologists is leaving the station.
Stacey Hanrahan’s last day at the station was Friday. Hanrahan, who is also deputy director of information at the station, holds a communications and outreach position for the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.
“It’s going to be very difficult to get through that gate later today,” Hanrahan said on meteorologist Steve Knight’s podcast Friday afternoon. “All I’ve ever wanted to do is journalism since I was a teenager and that’s what I did. “
She has served as Director of Content and Planning, Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Director of Information at the station.
“It’s the same job,” she said on the podcast. “He just had different titles.”
Hanrahan said she was delighted to join the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.
Hanrahan began his career in the NBC O&O WTVJ Investigative Unit in Miami / Ft. Lauderdale. She also spent time working at their assignment desk before moving to the CBS O&O WFOR assignment desk, also in the Miami market. She took a break from the news to host infomercials and start her own video production company focused on the marine industry. She also spent time as a traffic anchor for WGAL and a freelance meteorologist for WJAC in Johnstown.
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Hanrahan’s husband, Robb also previously worked for the station as a news anchor. He retired from television earlier this year after 38 years in television.
“Robb was also here as an anchor for a decade,” meteorologist Steve Knight said on CBS21 on Friday. “The Hanrahans leaving the building. It’s a tough day for us.