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  • Foley Speaks Softly, So Read His Bumper Sticker

    Foley Speaks Softly, So Read His Bumper Sticker
    DANBURY — Tom Foley arrived for his latest listening tour in a black Audi A4 with a green bumper sticker that says, "Don't blame me, I voted for Tom Foley."
  • Bridgeport Gets New Train Station, Westport Gets Renovated Pavilion

    Bridgeport Gets New Train Station, Westport Gets Renovated Pavilion
    BRIDGEPORT—Gov. Dannel P. Malloy visited Bridgeport for the second time in twenty-four hours on Wednesday to announce that the state will approve $2.75 million for the design phase of a new train station on Barnum Street. At a press conference...

    Primaries Abound Among Legislative Races

    Primaries Abound Among Legislative Races
    Veteran politicians with long tenures in their towns are supposed to cruise to victory with little opposition. That's one reason voters sometimes push for term limits — as incumbents rarely face serious challenges. But that's not the case this...

    Official Governor Results Released: Malloy Wins

    Official Governor Results Released: Malloy Wins
    Official numbers released by the Secretary of the State Friday evening show that Democrat Dannel Malloy will be Connecticut's next governor. But Republican Tom Foley still wouldn't concede defeat in the state's closest gubernatorial election in half a...

    Malloy Calls Felon's Candidacy 'Local Issue,' Favors 'Second Chances'

    Malloy Calls Felon's Candidacy 'Local Issue,' Favors 'Second Chances'
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloydeclined Tuesday to take a position on Bridgeport Democrats' endorsement of a felon, former state Sen.Ernest E. Newton II, as a candidate for a state Senate seat – the same office that Newton was convicted in...