What Kind of Appellations Will the Gubernatorial Candidates Use Tonight?

We are about two hours from the gubernatorial showdown at The Bushnell. The Blogster wants to know whether Democrat Dan Malloy will again call Republican Tom Foley “ambassador” tonight, in reference

Hayes, Not Surprisingly, Guilty of Murder in Cheshire Home Invasion. Capital-Penalty Phase Next

Here are statemetns of reaction from Gov. Jodi Rell and Dannel Malloy, the Democratic former Stamford mayor who wants to take her job, on the conviction of  Steven Hayes on 16 counts in the July 2007

Blumenthal to McMahon: No, I Am Not Investigating the WWE

   During tonight’s debate, Attorney General Dick Blumenthal noted that Linda McMahon’s WWE wrestling empire is under investigation for possible state violations on wages and benefits. McMahon said

Rep. Bill Hamzy, R-Plymouth, former GOP state chairman, says what he wants to see tonight

Hamzy, a conservative veteran of the state House and former Republican state chairman, just told the Blogster what he wants to see at the U.S. Senate debate tonight. “I think one of the criticisms of

McMahon’s Human Billboards Finally Show Up At Bushnell. What Do They Have In Common w/Blumenthal’s Team? Everyone Is Not Talking

Unlike Blumenthal’s people, who have been outside the Bushnell and declining comment to reporters since the morning rush, the 15 or so later-arriving Linda McMahon demonstrators apparently have

Malloy, Blogster, WABC News Anchor Williams, Grapple Over the Issues

 Here we are, sans Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, on WABC-TV’s “Up Close” show with local anchor Diana Williams. The program aired Sunday morning.

Hours From the U.S. Senate Debate and Blumenthal Staffers Are Gathering Outside the Bushnell Theater. McMahon Goes Airborne

  They hit the street around the Bushnell Theater by 8 a.m.: three Blumenthal supporters carrying large signs made up of more than a dozen smaller “Blumenthal” signs, pasted on a heavy,

New Laws Kick in at Midnight. Drivers With Hand-Held Cellphones Will Take Bigger Chances

This from Gov. Jodi Rell today on new laws kicking in tomorrow morning, including expanded penalties for distracted driving and more protection for the young and elderly. Here’s the governor’s release