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Kaitlin Goslee is thrilled to part of the FOX61 Good Day Connecticut team as a field reporter. She joined FOX61 from WWLP-TV 22 news in Western Massachusetts, where she also worked as reporter for the morning show and fill-in anchor.

Kaitlin began her career in journalism with internships at two local Connecticut television stations.

She graduated magna cum laude from Central Connecticut State University with a B.A. in Journalism and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Communications from Western New England University.

In her time at CCSU, Kaitlin was chosen for the Journalism Departmental Award, which is given to one graduating senior of each major. She was also nominated for the CCSU Presidential Leadership Award and was a two-time winner of the Sigrid Schultz Courage in Journalism scholarship.

Prior to broadcasting, Kaitlin was a company member of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, with which she toured all 50 U.S states and several countries including South Korea, Australia, Greece, Italy, and Cyprus.

Kaitlin grew up in Tolland, Connecticut and graduated from East Catholic High School, in Manchester. She is happy to continue to call Connecticut home.


Recent Articles
  • Two major greater Hartford event venues are in the process of increasing security measures

    EAST HARTFORD — Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford had new metal detector security check points installed throughout the day Friday.  The plan is to have them up and running by Saturday’s home game kicking off at noon. For the first four home games of the seasons, fans were checked over using handheld, wand style metal detectors. That system was in place while the stadium’s managers were waiting for the walk through units to be shipped. “They’re […]

  • Manchester lingerie store owners fed up with signage dispute

    MANCHESTER —  Lingerie store owners in Manchester are planning to move their business elsewhere following a disagreement with the town over the store’s sign. Brother and sister, Antonio and Angela Pascarella, co-own Eleganza Modo, the lingerie store on Main Street in Manchester.  The store opened its doors in June, the same month the store’s signage was denied the necessary permits by the town. Antonio shared his email exchange with the town’s Zoning Enforcement Officer on the matter with FOX61.  In […]

  • Bristol City Council censures mayor over sexual harassment case

    BRISTOL — For the second time this year the Bristol city council has censured the mayor of Bristol. The unanimous decision was made during an executive session held Monday night.  Since then the council’s resolution has been made public. This whole thing stemming from allegations that Mayor Ken Cockayne sexually harassed a city employee. The council saying that a third-party attorney’s investigation into those allegations warrants this call for a censure. The Bristol City Council claimed he violated city policy […]

  • 6 more workers at Whiting Forensic suspended; warrants detail repeated patient abuse

    MIDDLETOWN –  Six more workers from the Whiting Forensic Division of Connecticut Valley Hospital have been put on administrative leave in connection to the ongoing investigation of patient abuse. This brings the total of staff members suspended from 31 to 37. A spokesperson from the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, who oversees the hospital, released the following statement: “The unsealing of the arrest warrants brought the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services’ attention to the possible involvement of […]

  • Volunteers spruce up local veteran’s cemetery

    GLASTONBURY —  The Neipsic Cemetery, where roughly 350 veterans are buried, received a face-lift Thursday. The cleanup efforts were part of a collaboration between the Home Depot Foundation and the Peter P. Monaco Jr. Detachment 40 Marine Corps League. The group of about 75 volunteers cut down old trees, removed brush, replaced about 200 feet of broken fencing, repaired a rock wall, and cleaned off some dirt covered graves. “I happened to be walking by here and I noticed there […]

  • Southington Christopher Columbus statue greeted with protests

    SOUTHINGTON —  Controversy struck the Southington Community on Columbus Day as crowds of protesters stood up against the unveiling of a new Christopher Columbus statue. The statue was erected on the lawn of the John Weichsel Municipal Center in Southington.  A dedication ceremony for the new monument was held Monday. “This project was meant to honor all nationalities who have had the opportunity to immigrate to this land for a better future,” Antonio Cusano, President of Southington’s Sons of Italy, […]

  • Push for gun control reignited in New Haven following Las Vegas tragedy

    NEW HAVEN —  In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting tragedy talks of gun control, measures have been reignited in Washington. Senator Chris Murphy and Senator Richard Blumenthal gathered with a group of anti-gun groups on the steps of the New Haven Police Department Friday. The two outlined their latest measures to try and stiffen gun control laws. “We do not suffer from a deficit of compassion in this country, we suffer from a deficit of action,” Murphy said […]

  • Warrants detail repeated patient abuse at state funded psychiatric hospital

    MIDDLETOWN – Arrest warrants for nine employees at Whiting Forensic Division of the Connecticut Valley Hospital allege a repeated pattern of abuse against a patient. The warrants, previously under court order seal, were made public this week. The patient at the center of the abuse is a 62 year old man who’s treatment orders called for a two-on-one staff to patient ration and 24-hour a day supervision.  There was video camera located in his room for patient monitoring. Nine staff members were […]

  • Victims of domestic violence crimes honored in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN —  October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In honor of the victims of domestic violence, The Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services hosted “Sound of Hope” Wednesday, an event to raise awareness of domestic violence crimes. Bag pipes played while purple daisies were handed out to all in attendance at the Long Wharf Pier in New Haven. The crowd was made up of police officers, community leaders, prosecutors of domestic violence crimes, and family members of the victims […]

  • Cities and towns facing devastating cuts, urge budget passage

    Three full months past the end of the fiscal year and Connecticut continues to be the only state in the nation operating without a budget. The impacts now sparking frustrations among city and town leaders across the state. The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities urged the state to pass a budget with under their recommendations, including structural reforms, a focus on urban growth and development, and one with ability to increase to property taxes. State education funding cuts for selected towns The […]