Malloy Seeks Amendment To Protect State Transportation Upgrade Funds'No more' said Governor Dan Malloy and Transportation Commissioner Jim Redeker, emphasizing the need for bridge, rail, and road repairs.
UConn's Ollie Won't Travel To Final Four Because Of Indiana LawThe Huskies head coach will be abiding by a travel ban ordered by Connecticut's governor because of Indiana's new religious-objections law, the school has announced.
Malloy: Move 2016 Final Four Unless Indiana Changes LawGov. Dan Malloy and UConn's athletic director called on the NCAA on Monday to consider moving next year's Women's Final Four out of Indianapolis.
Travel Bans Lifted For New York, New Jersey & Connecticut; Transit Services ResumingTravel bans were lifted Tuesday morning, a day after officials barred drivers from streets throughout the Tri-State area.
Gubernatorial Hopeful Tom Foley Says Obama's Visit Shows Malloy Can't Win Race On His OwnThe Republican candidate for governor in Connecticut says it's nice to have the president visit, but it also says something about the race.
Gov. Malloy Joins In On ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeGov. Dannel P. Malloy is the latest Connecticut politician to get doused with ice water to increase awareness about a debilitating disease.
Malloy Directs Flags To Fly Half-Staff For NewtownThe massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School sent a community and nation into mourning, provoked new security measures in schools and left the nation even more deeply divided over the issue of guns.
Solemn Events Mark 50th Anniversary Of JFK’s Assassination A half-century later, the assassination still stirs quiet sadness in the baby boom generation that remembers it as the beginning of a darker, more cynical time.
Metro-North, Con Edison Vow To Prevent OutagesCon Edison President Craig Ivey and MTA Metro-North Railroad President Howard Permut testified Monday in Bridgeport during a congressional field hearing organized by Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
Malloy Finds State Money To Reopen Connecticut Head Start Program During ShutdownMalloy, a proponent of early education, has found $800,000 in state taxpayer money to keep the program open at least through mid-November.
Connecticut Attorney General Asks For Public School Funding Lawsuit To Be TossedA nine-year-old lawsuit seeking more funding for Connecticut's public school should be tossed out, the Connecticut's Attorney General's Office told a judge.
Gov. Malloy Writes Personal Check To Cover Trip To WH Correspondents' Association DinnerMalloy spokesman Andrew Doba said Thursday the Democratic governor wrote a personal check to reimburse the magazine "to remove a needless distraction when there are far more important public policy issues to deal with.''