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Kaitlin Goslee is thrilled to part of the Good Day Connecticut team as a field reporter. She joined FOX 61 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
  • Dispatchers dealing with accidental 911 calls from Apple Watches

    TOLLAND – Emergency dispatch centers are fielding more accidental calls in recent months due unintentional contact with the screens of people’s smart watches. The Tolland County Mutual Aid Fire Service is sending a warning to Apple Watch users about a spike in false calls or accidental wrist-dials. Both Tolland and Hartford authorities said the inadvertent calls can take time away from those calling in with a real emergency. Officials said Apple`s own description about how to use this SOS feature, […]

  • Preston residents vote in favor of Mohegan development land deal

    PRESTON — Residents voted overwhelmingly to build a major indoor/outdoor entertainment facility Tuesday night. According to Preston’s Fist Selectman Robert Congdon, 813 people voted in favor, where 137 opposed. The Mohegan Tribe is looking to build a non-gambling resort on the grounds of the former Norwich State Hospital. The property takes up more than 390 acres of land in the south-east corner of the state. “The collaboration to redevelop this site will provide an enormous boost not just for Preston but for […]

  • Seymour crash involving teens leaves 1 dead, 5 seriously injured

    SEYMOUR — Police said a 20-year-old died and five other people were seriously injured in a car crash Tuesday evening. Police said a 4-door sedan hit a utility pole in the area of 11 Rimmon St. in Seymour at around 9:30 p.m. and they soon received multiple 911 calls. Deputy Chief Paul Satkowski of the Seymour Police Department said speed was a factor in the crash. Police said they expect criminal charges will be filed against the driver but no information on […]

  • Chief Medical Examiner pleads for more state funding

    FARMINGTON – Connecticut’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is asking the state for financial help to allow them to keep up with the increased volume of mandated death investigations they are now facing. Chief Examiner Dr. James Gill made the request before legislators at the state capital Monday. He explained the department has seen a 64 percent spike in the number of mandated autopsies over the last three years. In those same three years, the department reports a rise […]

  • State prepares for a bad year for ticks, Lyme disease

    FARMINGTON —  State officials said they’ve seen an increase in the number of ticks this year, including those carrying diseases, earlier in the season than usual. The Connecticut Post reports that more than 200 ticks have been submitted for testing to the state’s Agricultural Experiment Station in March, compared to 14 in March 2015. Officials say the number of ticks testing positive for the bacterium that cause Lyme disease is also higher than usual. The Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station is where ticks are submitted […]

  • Students in Hebron read to raise thousands for those in need

    HEBRON — Students at Hebron Elementary School have read thousands of books to raise money for those in need all over the world. They’re taking part in Read to Feed a program to benefit Heifer International. The way the program works is by having students ask family and community members to be their sponsor. The sponsor chooses a dollar amount for each book the student reads. The more books completed, the more money the student adds to the fundraising total. […]

  • Newly-formed Litchfield a cappela group given statewide honor

    LITCHFIELD — In Litchfield, a special honor was given to a group of high school students who learned to unite their voices and create something the school has never heard before. The a capella singing group is made up of six students, one sophomore and five seniors, from Wamogo Regional High School.  They have been named Honors Performance Ensemble and will be recognized for their singing achievement in a concert performance at the Connecticut Convention Center, in Hartford on Friday. “I was really […]

  • Quinnipiac women’s basketball team returns home after making their first ever Sweet Sixteen

    HAMDEN — Quinnipiac coach Tricia Fabbri and her daughter, Bobcats guard Carly Fabbri, are relishing their time together in the NCAA Tournament as the Quinnipiac women’s basketball team returned home after making their first Sweet Sixteen. The women’s basketball team players returned home Tuesday morning after winning Monday night, making it into the Sweet Sixteen for the first time ever. Morgan Manz scored 22 points and made six 3-pointers, Aryn McClure added 15 leading, and Sarah Shewan and Paula Strautmane each scored 11 for […]

  • 9 hospitalized, including children, after early morning fire in New Britain

    NEW BRITAIN — Several people in New Britain were taken to the hospital after a fire broke out at a condominium complex at 220 Lasalle Street. Nine people, including both adults and children, were staying in the two units that were destroyed in the fire. New Britain Fire Department Captain Michael Berry told FOX61 firefighters had to make three rescues pulling multiple people out of the building who were having a hard time getting out on their own. Three of those people suffered […]

  • Torrington, Litchfield, Norfolk dig out after over 20 inches of snows plastered the area

    LITCHFIELD COUNTY — Litchfield County spent Wednesday digging out after the Blizzard of 2017 dumped an average of 19 inches of snow on the northwest corner of the state Tuesday. Torrington students enjoyed another day at home as the cleanup throughout the city continues. Torrington police Lt. John Joseph said there is also a parking ban still in place, while plows work to clear side and secondary roads. He said there is nightly parking ban in town from midnight until 6 a.m. […]