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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
  • 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 […]

  • I-84 in Waterbury set to close overnight for five days beginning Sunday

    WATERBURY — Interstate 84 will be closed in both directions in Waterbury overnight for five days beginning Sunday due to the I-84 Waterbury Project. The closure and detour will start on Sunday night, May 14, and will continue through Thursday, May 18. The closures will take place each night from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. According to the Department of Transportation, “These temporary detours are in addition to the regular nightly lane closures permitted within the area. If inclement weather causes postponement of […]

  • Former Bulkeley HS football coach cleared of breach of confidentiality accusations

    HARTFORD — Pablo Ortiz, a former football coach for Hartford’s Bulkeley High School and current DCF social worker is looking to clear his name of several allegations made against him. Those allegations include abuse and bullying of players as well as breaching confidentiality regulations as a DCF employee. Ortiz spoke publicly Tuesday, backed by his son,  the state employee union, and his former football players. “Was I perfect? No, Did I get upset? Yes, but for the life of me I […]

  • More women owning guns; What’s triggering the change?

    NEWINGTON — Gun laws in Connecticut have gone through drastic changes in recent years, with another series of new regulations up for debate at the state capitol. Amid those debates a new trend is emerging in which a growing number of women are becoming gun owners. The Connecticut’s Citizen’s Defense League told FOX61 they have a total of 27,000 members who own firearms, roughly 5,400 of those members are women, and that the majority of their women members joined in […]

  • Waterbury prepares parishes for mergers, church closings

    HARTFORD — The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford announced over the weekend that 59 parishes across three counties will be merged, and 26 of those buildings will close. Waterbury will be seeing some of the biggest impact of that plan as six parishes will become one. Four church buildings, St. Stanislaus, St. Margaret, Sacred Heart and St. Lucy, will close their doors for good. Their parishioners are being asked to join those of Our Lady Of Lorde and St. Ann’s, who’s church buildings […]

  • New heroin dubbed ‘Grey Death” much more potent

    ENFIELD —  Enfield police officers are no stranger to the impact heroin addiction is having on Connecticut. “This year alone we’ve had nine deaths so far that we believe are related to heroin overdoses.” said Lt. William of Enfield Police Department. Enfield Police said they have responded to 13 overdoses in a 12 day period. “We’re seeing it a lot and a lot of the cases that we have now are linked to Fentanyl.” Fentynol is just one of the […]

  • State health experts urging homeowners to test well water for arsenic and uranium

    HARTFORD — State health experts are urging people to get their well water tested after uranium and arsenic are showing up at higher levels all over the state. The information is coming from a new study by the U.S. Geological Survey and Connecticut’s Department of Public Health. The study showed that seven percent of the wells tested had levels of the two metals too high to deem the drinking water safe. Representatives from the DPH explained that both uranium and arsenic […]

  • Mohegan and Foxwoods employees talk jobs at the capitol

    HARTFORD —  Connecticut casino workers were at the capital Wednesday making their voices heard on the push for a new, third Connecticut casino. Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Resort Casino staff arrived by the busload to the state capital to urge lawmakers to pass the bill that would allow a third casino to be built in Connecticut. The two tribes, who are looking to make that happen, already received approval by East Windsor town leaders, a location they hope a casino will […]

  • How to prepare your lawn for tick season

    HARTFORD — The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station is reporting an abundance of ticks this spring, a much higher than normal volume coming into their lab for testing for Lyme disease. One defense for Connecticut residents is shielding your lawn against these pests. Emily Derynoski, lawn technician for Central CT Lawn Service in Berlin, advises spraying the perimeter of the yard, the perimeter of the house, under decks, and patios, porches, and playscapes. Dernyoski is keeping busy spraying more than a dozen yards […]

  • Volunteers needed to help animal sanctuary built in memory of child lost at Sandy Hook

    NEWTOWN — Catherine Violet Hubbard is one of the 20 first graders whose lives were lost in the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary four and a half years ago.  Now, her family is looking for the public’s help with a project in place to honor Catherine’s life, the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary. The sanctuary is 34 acres of serene meadows, streams, walking trails, and pastures. “For us it really is a place where heaven and earth unite. I truly […]

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