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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
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    This early December snowstorm brought the first snow days of the school year to many towns across Connecticut. But, for the men and women who keep us safe, snow days aren’t an option. We first brought you to Bristol’s Department of Public Works on Sunday, where Peter English was filling snow plows with salt mixture and preparing for the long days ahead. ”They’ll stay on until Tuesday morning and then work their regular shift the rest of that day,” Bristol […]

  • AAA has surge of calls from holiday weekend and winter storm

    HARTFORD — A perfect storm of events has lead to a busy Monday for AAA. This winter’s first storm is coming at the worst time. It expanded Thanksgiving travel into Saturday as people tried to beat the storm and it comes when a lot of people have not used their cars during the long holiday weekend, resulting in dead batteries. ”Our call volume is up over 100 calls an hour just in the Greater Hartford Area alone,” said AAA spokesperson, […]

  • Snow clearing is a big operation in Bristol

    Towns and cities across the state are ramping up to cover the roads. And Bristol is no exception as their department of public works prepares for the first storm of the winter. “Overall, I’m ready for it,” says Steven Bull, a city plow driver. “I’m stoked.” Snow removal is a big undertaking for a small city. The Bristol Department of Public Works is putting in overtime to keep the roads treated and plowed. It starts in July with shipments of […]

  • Small business Saturday highlights local retailers after the big shopping rush of Black Friday

    HARTFORD–Businesses are gearing up for the big day. More than 20 businesses in Hartford are going to be offering special deals and discounts this Saturday. Hartford business leaders say local retailers are the lifeblood of the city. “We need them to survive,” says Jennifer Cassidy, the Merchant Coordinator of Business for Downtown Hartford. “People want to shop where they live and if we don’t have shops, they won’t live here.” Eight new businesses are participating this year. To see a […]

  • State police work with two other states in finding people shooting BB guns into people’s homes and cars

    BROOKLYN, Conn. — State police in three different states are working to figure out who is driving around their towns shooting BB guns into people’s homes and cars. Wayne Barrette has lived on a quiet street corner in Brooklyn for 27 years. “Usually I’ll find a lot of beer bottles, liquor bottles, all along the road, even on my lawn too,” said Wayne Barrette on crime in his town. “But, that’s usually about it.” Now, over three nights on November […]

  • A look behind the reasons for the protests at the Harvard vs. Yale football game

    NEW HAVEN — Hundreds of people stormed the field in the middle of the Harvard and Yale football game Saturday to protest the universities’ efforts to combat climate change. #Nobodywins is the hashtag students at Yale and Harvard are using to bring attention to what they call Yale and Harvard’s complicity in the climate crisis. The move was as historic as the game itself, which dates back to 1875. Saturday hundreds of people from both schools stormed the field during […]

  • 19 year-old pleads not guilty to charges in Hartford stolen vehicle case

    HARTFORD — A mother went into a daycare to drop off her child and left two others in the car Tuesday. She came out to find her car and her children gone. Wednesday, the suspect who police say stole the car faced a judge. 19-year-old Elijah Jorden facing multiple charges including assault on a police officer, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number, and 3rd degree larceny. “Once police were able to catch up to him, [he] rammed […]

  • Employees of missing Waterbury woman beg for her to come home

    Employees of a missing Waterbury business owner are begging for her to come home. Janet Avalo Alvarez has not been seen since opening her restaurant Tuesday night. Janet’s two employees say she is always in close contact with them and other loved ones. They are now begging for her to come home safely. “Janet and if you see this, please call us. Please call us. We’re worried about you and we’re not going to stop looking for you,” says Ikaiah […]

  • House impeachment inquiry hearing finishes for the day

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Testimony in the House’s first public impeachment hearing has ended, with more hearings to come. State Department officials William Taylor and George Kent testified for more than five hours Wednesday about their concerns with President Donald Trump’s requests that Ukraine investigate Democrats as the U.S. withheld military aid to the country. Democrats are investigating those requests, and whether they were linked, as they move toward an impeachment vote. Republicans said the witnesses didn’t have firsthand knowledge and […]

  • Supreme Court lets Sandy Hook shooting lawsuit go forward

    WASHINGTON  — The Supreme Court of the United States announced it will not hear an appeal after the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled in favor of families of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims looking to sue the maker of the rifle used to kill the 26 children and educators back in 2012. The Connecticut Supreme Court in a recent 4-3 ruling ruled that the lawsuit against Remington Arms could proceed. The decision overturned a ruling by a Connecticut trial court […]

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