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  • Malloy requests that banks play nice. That's wrong. He should tell them.

    Malloy requests that banks play nice. That's wrong. He should tell them.
    Lost in the righteous anger toward Connecticut Light & Power last week was Gov. Dan Malloy's soft request of banks across the state to do the right thing. Listen, he essentially said, people are out of power and have been handicapped for days. A lot of...
  • 11/13/2011-Heroes

    11/13/2011-Heroes
    We the peeps of Connecticut have been angry at Northeast Utilities and CL&P, justifiably so, in my opinion. But there is one group of people we are not angry with, in fact, we are grateful to.    They came from 23 states and Canada. They worked...
  • Simsbury, Tolland, South Windsor Leaders Testify At Two Storm Panel Against CL&P Storm Performance

    Tell us the bad news early. Frustrated town officials from Simsbury, Tolland, Somers, and Roxbury delivered that message when they testified in front of Gov. Dannel Malloy's Two Storm commission Tuesday as huge mounds of brush remained piled along the...
  • Governors Malloy, Markell Travel Together To Kuwait, Afghanistan; Two Democrats Love Traveling; Markell Campaigned In Hartford For Malloy

    In Afghanistan this week, they were side by side. In Kuwait, too. Not long ago, Govs. Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut and Jack Markell of Delaware were together in Hartford as well — to talk about the best ways to create jobs. And a year before...
  • CL&P Chief Jeffrey Butler Resigns After Storm Of Controversy

    CL&P Chief Jeffrey Butler Resigns After Storm Of Controversy
    Jeffrey D. Butler, president of Connecticut Light & Power Co., resigned Thursday after a brutal few weeks in which he became the lightning rod for outrage — and the public face of failures by the utility — following two paralyzing storms...
  • Power To The People

    In the wake of serious electric outages in Connecticut, it would seem that speaking truth to power was never more urgently needed.    For far too long energy distribution companies in CT have swaggered with their control of a hostage consumer market...
  • Power Outages Continue From October Storm

    Power Outages Continue From October Storm
    There was more tough talk aimed at Connecticut Light & Power on Monday, nine days after the snowstorm that wreaked havoc on trees and power lines and plunged more than 800,000 power company customers into darkness. During a late afternoon press...
  • After Cold Nights Of Outages, NU's Cards Offer 'Warmest' Wishes

    Considering that hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents lacked heat for several cold nights because of power outages after the Oct. 29 snowstorm, Northeast Utilities might have sent a holiday card this year with different wording than: “...
  • State Utility Regulators 'Legally Obliged' To Review NU-NSTAR Merger

    State Utility Regulators 'Legally Obliged' To Review NU-NSTAR Merger
    State utility regulators announced Wednesday that they are "legally obliged to review the proposed merger" of Northeast Utilities and NSTAR, a Boston-based utility, reversing a decision they made six months ago. The preliminary decision by the Public...
  • Former California Utility Executive To Replace Raymond Necci At CL&P

    A former executive of California's largest utility will replace Raymond P. Necci as president and chief operating officer of Connecticut Light & Power Co. after the longtime Northeast Utilities executive retires. NU announced Thursday that Jeff Butler,...
  • Storm Leaves Thousands In Dark

    Storm Leaves Thousands In Dark
    Northeast Utilities activated it's emergency storm center after thunderstorms rolled through the state Tuesday afternoon. NU spokesman Mitch Gross said, there were 26,000 people without power as of 3:15 pm. Gross said a transmission line leading to a...