Monthly Archive for February, 2010

: February, 2010

Shays is in the building

Former U.S. Congressman Christopher Shays is at the capitol for today’s opening day of the 2010 legislative session. The veteran Republican lawmaker, who lost his Fourth District (Fairfield County)

Was Genuario’s replacement being groomed last summer?

Fairfield County Weekly reporter Greg Hladky has been delving into rumors former Republican state Senator- turned-state Budget Czar Robert Genuario of Norwalk may become a judge. If that is true, who

Malloy keeps eyes on prize, retiring Rell ready to tackle debt, enact greater cuts

My e-mail inbox was filled today with reactions from various politicians and assorted candidates to either: A.) Talk of New Haven being considered as an alternate host for the 9/11 terror trial or B.)


Just in case the continued drama surrounding her campaign for Attorney General causes Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz to exit the race, I’m offering this headline to interested media

Wright Tech: Closure vs. Suspension

Over and over during his testimony Monday before the General Assembly’s Education Committee, Department of Education Commissioner Mark McQuillan insisted on correcting anyone who referred to the

Drawbridge not opening properly? Thank the budget crisis

While sifting through various e-mails I’d obtained for a story about the closure of J.M. Wright Technical School in Stamford, I found an interesting exchange about efforts to find a job for one of the

Shays: Sohn’s arrest would not impact gubernatorial bid

While interviewing former Republican Congressman Chris Shays on Friday about whether his residency situation will impact a gubernatorial bid (Shays recently moved to Maryland but wants to buy/rent