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Cheryl Fiandaca (right, with Dawn Hayes of Milton) was master of ceremonies for the Harvesting Hope gala and fund-raiser in Quincy this past October.
Cheryl Fiandaca (right, with Dawn Hayes of Milton) was master of ceremonies for the Harvesting Hope gala and fund-raiser in Quincy this past October.Bill Brett for The Boston Globe/file

Cheryl Fiandaca is the latest familiar face to leave WHDH-TV. “My last day at 7News was Jan 13th,” she wrote in a Twitter message to the Globe. “Enjoyed my three years there.” Fiandaca, a native of East Boston, joined the station as an investigative reporter in January 2014 following a stint as spokeswoman for the Boston Police Department. A licensed attorney who was married for 10 years to former Boston (and New York) police commissioner Bill Bratton, Fiandaca began her TV news career in New York at WABC-TV and WCBS-TV. In an e-mail to her Channel 7 colleagues, Fiandaca wrote, “I’m excited to move on to my next best chapter in this wacky news business,” implying she intends to take another TV news job. A few people we talked to Monday said there are rumors she may be headed to WBZ-TV Channel 4. Last month, 7News also bid farewell to longtime political reporter, Andy Hiller, who’d been at the station since 1993.