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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
  • Newly formed safety coalition aims to decrease violence & trauma in Hartford

    HARTFORD – Friday’s officer-involved shooting in Hartford is just one example of a violent crime in the city. The newly established Hartford Community Safety Coalition says enough is enough. “It’s horrifying,” says one woman from Vernon, Solome Harris, whose children went to school in Hartford. “I feel like a lot of those young kids wouldn’t be into this kind of lifestyle if they had somebody to just care.” Solome is just one of many people who came to the Wilson-Gray […]

  • For some local nonprofits, honoring veterans is a daily routine

    CONNECTICUT — Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2018, marks the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I when the Allied powers signed the Armistice with Germany. “Freedom is not free and our veterans sacrifice so much for keeping us safe here in the United States,” says Steve Cavanaugh, the co-founder of the Connecticut Chapter of Houses for Heroes, who held a breakfast to raise money for veterans. “Also all those that never came home… they never got to live […]

  • With Election Day coming up, a reminder about the importance of voting

    WEST HARTFORD —  Voters are headed to the polls Tuesday and the Gubernatorial candidates seem to be neck and neck. The most recent poll from Sacred Heart University has Republican Bob Stefanowski ahead, but recent polls from Quinnipiac show Democrat Ned Lamont ahead in the race. Some voters in West Hartford say not only is it important to vote, but it’s up to young voters to come out and make a change. “The numbers that are out there are not […]

  • 5k in honor of teacher killed in Sandy Hook Shooting has record attendance-

    STRATFORD —  An annual 5k honoring one of the teachers killed in the Sandy Hook School Shooting brings thousands of people to Stratford every year. This year the Vicki Soto Memorial 5k had record attendance, despite the rain and wind. 27 year old Vicki Soto was killed in the Sandy Hook School shooting while hiding her first graders in her classroom’s closet. She was instantly hailed a hero. Six years later, Vicki’s family remembers her positive spirit and love for […]

  • Making Strides against Breast Cancer brings 4,000, raises $250,000

    HARTFORD –4000 people went out to the XL center for the 24th Annual Making Strides against breast cancer walk. Survivors and supporters walked around the concourse Saturday morning. “It’s not an amazing journey but I did call it my adventures with BB which is my adventures with bad boob,” says one survivor, Sheila Strong. Dealing with cancer is a difficult journey anyone can relate to whether you had cancer or whether you know someone who’s had cancer. Yet it’s all […]

  • Go Fund Me campaign calls for help with one student’s college tuition by November 1

    STORRS- The cost of a college education is difficult for many families to grapple with. Not many students can do it on their own. But, Xavier Cole, a sophomore at the University of Connecticut has had no choice, until his friends stepped in to help. “November 1st. It’s going to get paid. It’s going to get paid.” Xavier was just weeks away from picking his classes for his spring semester of his sophomore year at the University of Connecticut. But, […]

  • Girl Scouts get a taste of the trades at Local 777 in Meriden

    MERIDEN— Girl power in Meriden today where girl scouts learned about different trades and career options available after high school. “All of the building trades in CT are here presenting and giving the girls opportunity and exposure to construction,” says Amy Blackwood of Building Pathways CT. At the Local 777 in Meriden, Girl Scouts tried their hand in electric, carpentry, metal cutting and other trades. “We have in construction 3.2 percent women and we need to have more. We’ve had […]

  • Volunteers help clean storm damage from Sleeping Giant State Park

    HAMDEN  – Sleeping Giant State park is still closed to the public as the state continues to clean up damage from the storms that tore through it in May. DEEP tells us the heavy rain last month caused some setbacks, but they are making progress and hope to open the park in the not so distant future. The state has help, though. Every Sunday, the Sleeping Giant Parks Association works on maintaining the trails at Sleeping Giant. Every Sunday since […]

  • Running brings awareness to different causes at the Hartford Marathon

    HARTFORD — The 25th anniversary of the Hartford Marathon kicked off at 8 Saturday morning in the cold and rain. The start of a marathon isn’t when the starting horn goes off. Before the race, adrenaline rushes keep athletes anxious to start. “We’re just so excited. We set this goal in May and here we are five months later, we’re very excited for today,” says Sasha Sanford, a teacher at Valley Regional High School in Old Saybrook, who ran her […]

  • First annual Great Pumpkin 5K in Farmington brings awareness to epilepsy

    FARMINGTON — The first ever Great Purple Pumpkin 5K in Farmington raises awareness for families dealing with epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological condition that causes people to have recurring seizures. The fourth common neurological condition affects nearly 60 thousand people in Connecticut. It’s a disruption to ordinary life and is triggered randomly, meaning families are always anticipating when the next hardship may come. It’s an issue the Paulus family has been dealing with for the past five years after their […]