Monthly Archive for October, 2012

: October, 2012

One of the “Donovan Eight” is scheduled to change his plea to guilty on Friday

David Moffa of Middlebury, caught by the feds in the influence-peddling scheme that touched on the inner-circle of state Speaker of the House Chris Donovan’s now-failed congressional campaign, is set

Will Gov. Malloy dress up tonight as Hurricane Sandy, to scare the kids/parents?

The governor said this morning that it’s up to local officials to decide whether to go ahead with Halloween trick-or-treating tonight. “That’s a call for them to make,” he said. “Kids like Halloween.

Gov. Malloy can see right through NJ Gov. Chris Christie

Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy has had more than one public go-round or two with Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, but Hurricane Sandy puts the political jostling into perspective, Malloy said

Gov. Malloy: Don’t pass the Grey Poupon.

During Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s noon news conference in the State Armory, reporters tried to pin him down on who are and are not essential workers who can use state roads during the hurricane

State Parks will be closed for the storm on Monday

Here’s their release: DEEP Says State Parks to Close Monday As a Result of Storm Courtesy Docks at Boat Launches Also Being Removed Agency says other steps being taken to prepare for storm The

Hey Yankee fans. New York Post finds A-Rod making some extra-curricular moves during game

A-Rod might have a better swing off the field than on.

Federal influence-peddling probe still active. Trial pushed back for Speaker of the House Chris Donovan’s former campaign staffers

The Blogster’s calendar was set for a trial to start tomorrow in the federal investigation into Speaker of the House Chris Donovan’s former congressional campaign. But as usual with these things,

Attorney General, Consumer Protection commissioner, warn of “charity” drives over the phone that mostly benefit the fundraisers

You know what the phone calls are like. Someone dials you during dinner asking for contributions for local police and fire departments. Do you know that often the groups get a fraction of the amount

State Bond Commission on Tuesday will approve million$ for Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Danbury, Bridgeport projects

In a nutshell, the State Bond Commission, headed and controlled by Gov. Dannel Malloy, is scheduled tomorrow to approve: *$7 million for support housing units in Bridgeport. The money will be split