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Taylor started her career in journalism at WWLP-22News in Springfield, Massachusetts where she covered important stories that allowed her to travel all over the country. Just months after starting her career, she was sent to Puerto Rico to cover the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.

Prior to joining 22News in 2017, Taylor interned in the sports department at WHDH 7News Boston.

Taylor graduated cum laude from Boston University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism and a minor in history. She was also a springboard diver on the Boston University Women’s Division I Swim and Dive team, where she competed and trained in both the U.S. and Europe.

At BUTV10, Boston University’s television station, Taylor covered everything from sports to politics. She was the executive producer and anchor for BUTV10’s nationally recognized news magazine show, Inside Boston. She was also an anchor for the sports show Terrier Nation, and a producer for the Telly Award-winning 2016 presidential election coverage newscast, The Vote 2016.

A Connecticut native, Taylor was raised in Bristol, where she graduated from Bristol Eastern High School in 2013. She grew up spending her summers by the shore on her family’s boat in Old Saybrook at the historic Saybrook Point Marina.

Taylor is currently a Juris Doctorate Candidate at the University of Connecticut School of Law.


Recent Articles
  • Shoveling out: only the first headache of 2019’s first winter storm

    HARTFORD – People across the state woke up to snow and ended their Sunday with slush, rain, and ice. People were quickly hit with a mix of winter weather elements leading to a mess of a morning. “You have to go slow,” says Meriden resident Bob Dionizio. “When you’re shoveling, it’s very heavy, so you have to take it easy.” Luckily, State Police say accidents were minimal early Sunday as people stayed clear of the roads. But, snow turning to […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Bristol woman claims assault by Uber driver

    BRISTOL — A Bristol woman claims she was assaulted by her Uber driver on her way home from a restaurant Friday night. It’s a little more than two miles from Bleacher’s restaurant to Sabrina Saucier’s home in Bristol. “I called an Uber and he picked me up roughly around 10:30 or 10:45,” says Sabrina Saucier. Saucier didn’t imagine that the next five minutes of her life would be her most uncomfortable. “The conversation got extremely sexual,” said Saucier. “He was […]

  • Bloomfield parent of one young passenger in car shot at by New Britain police speaks out

    NEW BRITAIN— In the rain, surrounded by police officers, and in a parking lot on the street where her son was shot at by five different police officers in December 2017, Noah Young’s mother spoke out. Newly released New Britain Police dash cam footage shows the night when officers tried to pull over a blue Toyota Paseo. Police had been trying to catch the vehicle, suspected of being involved in a string of increasingly violent of carjackings and robberies. Police […]

  • One young entrepreneur in Southington starts her own tee shirt company

    SOUTHINGTON — It’s not easy to start your own business, but what about at 9 years old? One young entrepreneur is taking her artwork and turning it into her own business. “I was thinking of selling my artwork, but then I thought the easiest way to do it was with tee shirts. We also sell stickers,” says 9-year-old Hannah Pompei, who started her tee-shirt company, Rad Reaper, when she was eight. Pompei’s entrepreneurial spirit blossomed when she was just five and noticed […]

  • Advocates say CT legislature must act now to get in on hemp-growing business

    SIMSBURY – President Trump has signed the 2018 Farm Bill and there is one notable change on it. It is now legal for hemp to be grown for commercial retail. Connecticut farmers could potentially see a big payout if the legislature acts fast. “If we’re going to make this growing season we need to be done before February,” says CT Senator Cathy Osten. Osten has filed four bills pushing for legalizing hemp farming in Connecticut. This is an issue that […]

  • One day left! Holiday shopping keeps getting busier

    NEWINGTON -The day before Christmas Eve holiday shopping is at its busiest. At Stew Leonard’s in Newington, “it’s insane”, says Madison Casso from Berlin. The day before Christmas Eve, shoppers braved the long lines Stew Leonard’s in Newington. “We didn’t beat the crowd,” says Frank Stewart from Glastonbury. No he didn’t. In fact, no one did. “We’ve never seen it this busy and we been coming here for years for our meat for Christmas Eve dinner,” says Sharon Anderson from […]

  • Shoppers flood stores one weekend before Christmas in Deep River and Clinton

    CLINTON — The holidays are approaching quickly, especially for procrastinators looking for every extra minute to fit in their holiday shopping! It’s too late to order items online, so it’s back to retail for shoppers. “I actually tried ordering a few things and they’re going to be late”, says Stephan Zajac from Portland. The Clinton Outlets opened earlier than normal to accommodate a last-minute influx of people. “I saw they open at 8 o’clock, so I’m trying to run in, […]

  • Tweed-New Haven Airport starts flights to Charlotte, NC

    NEW HAVEN – Folks looking to fly south from Connecticut have a new option at Tweed-New Haven airport. Tweed already services American Airline flights to and from Philadelphia. Today, a water cannon ceremony blessed the American Airlines flight landing in New Haven from Charlotte, North Carolina. The new flights are a weekly service with four flights to and from North Carolina. It’s part of a new test of the market to see if there’s enough people who want to go […]

  • Travel for the holiday season at its peak, while rainstorms cause issues

    WINDSOR LOCKS — The peak holiday travel times are now. With Christmas falling early in the week, travelers hoping to get out and enjoy their extended weekend started Friday. But worries over lines quickly turned into worries over weather. It may be the first day of winter, but it’s not a snowstorm troubling passengers. Rainstorms projected to bring downpours and 40 mile per hour wind gusts are enough to dampen your travel plans completely. “I was afraid because of the […]

  • Hartford Archdiocese to publish names of clergy accused of abuse

    HARTFORD —  Come January the Archdiocese will be publishing the names of clergy who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse. This is after the most recent United States Conference of Catholic Bishops discussed more reforms for sexual abuse within the Church. “I think there is more accountability,” says Michael Foster, a parishioner at St. Patrick-St.Anthony Church in Hartford. Sunday morning church parishioners received a statement from Archbishop Blair detailing his plans to publish the names of clergy who have […]