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
  • Couple makes it to Shark Tank with invention to later find knock-off products selling on Amazon

    NEWINGTON — You may have heard of the show Shark Tank. It’s the show where you can take a smart invention and grow a business from it with the help of industry gurus. One company from Newington made it onto the show, but the publicity it brought their invention hasn’t been all positive. “It happens all the time. That’s the nature of the capitalist society we live in,” says Michael Cantor, the Co-managing partner at Cantor Colburn, LLP. “We have […]

  • Proposed bill in Connecticut could eliminate religious exemption in requiring parents to vaccinate kids before school 

    HARTFORD — New legislation could eliminate a religious exemption requiring parents to vaccinate children in order for them to go to public schools. It’s igniting a debate of whether students should be vaccinated. Measles was declared eliminated in the United States in 2000. Now, measles outbreaks are happening across the country, including as close to us as New York. A proposed bill in Connecticut would take away the religious exemption that parents can use to avoid vaccinating their children before […]

  • One person killed after slamming into apartment building in Hartford

    HARTFORD — Police say one person was killed when his car crashed into an apartment building early Friday morning. At about 4:45 a.m., police were called to 179 Greenfield Street, at the intersection of Lennox Street, for the reported crash. The driver, 48-year-old Terrance Collins of Hartford, had suffered serious injuries. He was transported to Saint Francis Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.  Police say no one else was in the car. The investigation is preliminary at this time, […]

  • Proposed legislation could impose stricter penalties on Connecticut juveniles

    NEW HAVEN–A number of proposed bills could impose stricter penalties for juveniles who commit crimes, like auto theft. A recent uptick in-car break-ins and thefts is sparking legislative change. A number of proposed bills for the 2019 legislative session target increases to penalties for juveniles who commit certain crimes, like auto theft. One bill being proposed at a public hearing Tuesday would automatically send juveniles to adult court after two felony convictions. It would also make it easier for judges […]

  • Future Connecticut water plan sparks debate over who controls the management of water

    NEW BRITAIN– A State Water Plan could impact how the state preserves water for future use. Connecticut is known as a water-abundant state, but questions about who gets to use the water, and how, and at what cost, have led to conflicts. Saturday, people attending a conference at Central Connecticut State University discussed those conflicts. In 2018, the Water Planning Council a State Water Plan to the State Legislature. But, the Legislature didn’t act on that plan because of arguments […]

  • Three escape early morning house fire in Torrington

    TORRINGTON – A traumatic wake-up call this morning for a Torrington family, and it had nothing to do with changing the clocks. FOX61 was first on the scene, where Torrington Fire Chief Tom Sterling tells Taylor DiChello the department got a call for a fire at 126 Eastwood Road just before 6:20 a.m. When they got there they saw a fire on the second floor of the home. The three people inside the home, 59 year old Karen Silverman, her […]

  • Public Works Departments prepare for the second snow storm in 3 days

    OLD SAYBROOK–It’s snowing outside Sunday night, but earlier in the day it was in the 40’s and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky in Old Saybrook! “In November, we got that first storm [and] I thought it was going to be a bad year,” says Larry Bonin, the director of the Old Saybrook Public Works Department. “I’m starting to think that March first is now January first.” March in Connecticut means there’s always a possibility for snow. By Monday, […]

  • Brother of two people killed in New Britain fire details moments before they died

    We now know what happened moments before two brothers died in a house fire in New Britain Sunday night. “He wouldn’t leave Shaheen,” says Dewan Davis, the oldest brother of the Davis/Little family. Davis was still visibly upset as he talked about his little brother’s courage just before he and his other brother died in a devastating fire Sunday night. The house was consumed with flames by the time the fire department got to the house. “There were two individuals […]

  • Governor Lamont updates Mixmaster project, pushes tolls

    WATERBURY — One of the most congested highway interchanges in Connecticut is now undergoing construction. “We’ve got to get this transportation system moving,” said Governor Ned Lamont. “We do not get Connecticut growing again until we get Connecticut moving again.” The Mixmaster in Waterbury is the section where I-84 and Route 8 intermingle. Originally built in the 1960s for 60,000 cars, today the elevated highway supports 180,000 cars a day. The Malloy administration allocated $200 million starting in June 2018 […]

  • UConn’s annual Huskython raises record breaking $1.3 million for CCMC

    STORRS — The power of dance is helping save lives. More than 3,000 UCONN Huskies danced for 18 hours straight – from 6 p.m. Saturday night until noon on Sunday – and raised more than one million dollars while doing it. “This event directly affects our family in many ways,” says Leah Bushnik, the mom of a patient at CCMC. The money raised during Huskython goes to the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center to help families pay for high medical bills. […]

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