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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
  • Police ID mother of newborn abandoned in Danbury

    DANBURY — The mother has been identified who abandoned her baby whose umbilical cord was still attached in Danbury. Police were looking for her after the discovery of the a newborn baby boy behind a grocery store Sunday night. The baby was wrapped in women’s clothing when he was found. Images of that clothing that were made public helped lead police to the mother early Friday. “The baby boy is still being evaluated at a local hospital,” said Danbury police Thursday night. […]

  • Security measures at local concert venues following U.K. attacks

    The bomb attack at the Manchester, England concert venue comes at the start of the concert season here in Connecticut. Managers of the XL Center, one of the two major concert venues in Connecticut’s capital city said they are following the events closely and are responding appropriately as needed.  They also said the building itself is currently under construction, with some of the changes being made specifically to security. Michael Freimuth, executive director of the Capital Regional Development Authority said the […]

  • Stroke survivor meets EMT’s who saved his life in West Hartford

    WEST HARTFORD —  It’s EMT week, a week to show gratitude for first responders on the front lines. In West Hartford, Thursday, one group of EMT’s received a special thank you from a stroke survivor. Bob Newbold was re-introduced to EMT Aidan Mace and Paramedic Christopher Dennis, the two responsible for taking the first critical steps towards saving his life. “I’m so grateful for what you did and I wanted to come back and thank you specifically,” Newbold said to […]

  • Last-Minute Holiday Travelers Hit The Road

    AAA says plan ahead: Busy Memorial Day travel weekend expected

    HARTFORD — Whether you’re taking to the roads, rails, waters, or skies this Memorial Day weekend, you can expect a lot of company! AAA expects 39.3 million Americans to travel 50 miles or more away from home. That’s one million more travelers than last year, and the highest Memorial Day travel volume since 2005. This will also be the busiest Memorial Day travel weekend across New England since 2005. AAA says almost 1.8 million people will be traveling – and more […]

  • Friends and family grieving victims of Manchester fatal crash

    MANCHESTER — A devastating car crash early Saturday night claimed the lives of three young people in Manchester.  Monday, more than 48 hours after that crash, the grieving continues. Throughout the day friends and family members of the three crash victims gathered at the accident site on Center Street in Manchester, where a make shift memorial has been set up. Police said the car was traveling eastbound on Center Street when it hit the utility pole shortly before 1:30 a.m., […]

  • When to buy organic; Deciphering food labels

    HARTFORD — A growing number of food products boast all natural ingredients, while others are stamped “certified organic,” but the two are not regulated the same. The U.S. Department of Agriculture currently has strict policies as to which food products and farming operations can be labeled “certified organic.” “To be labeled Organic, must be grown or processed in a certain way… free from preservatives, pesticides, or chemicals or things like that,” Teresa Martin Dotson, a registered dietician, explained. She said […]

  • A Newtown animal shelter bringing much needed joy

    NEWTOWN —  The Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary grew from grieving parents’ hope, to keep their little girl’s spirit going strong. Jenny Hubbard, Catherine’s mother  said “We know that Catherine continues to live and grow with the sanctuary and the fact that it’s a community that built it, it just means so much.” The sanctuary’s land once overgrown and a run down, now emerging. The latest round of work is installing a paddock fencing. “It was staining, each board was […]

  • Bloomfield residents frustrated with leaking roofs

    BLOOMFIELD — Homeowners in Bloomfield are frustrated as a long time issue is impacting their homes. Longtime Bloomfield resident, Joann Anderson, reached out to FOX61 after she used a program named  “Community Development Block Grant Small Cities Program” which is offered through the town. The program takes a pool of federal grant money to offer no interest loans for residents to make needed home repairs. Applicants using the program in Bloomfield were chosen based on certain income parameters and the […]

  • New London preps for President’s visit to the Coast Guard Academy

    NEW LONDON  — The U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London is welcoming Republican President Donald Trump to deliver a commencement address. Trump is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the invitation-only graduation ceremony on Wednesday morning. Each year, the President delivers the commencement address at one of the U.S. military service academies. Cadets at the academy pursue a four-year program for a Bachelor of Science degree. They pay no tuition and are required to serve in the Coast Guard […]

  • Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz facing cancellation due to city budget cuts

    HARTFORD — Hartford’s budget troubles are now forcing the city’s major cultural events to find other ways to pay their way. The Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz is the latest event to find itself facing cancellation, according to its organizers. The popular music festival has been running in Hartford’s Bushnell Park for the last 25 years. Its organizers say the event draws thousands of people into the downtown area and brings in musical acts from all over the country. “Music […]