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Dannel Malloy

Dannel Malloy
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011.
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011. « Show less

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  • How Could CL&P Not Know What We Were In For?

    The first priority is to get the electricity back on and to make sure all citizens, particularly elderly residents living alone, are safe. But it's also time to ask what Connecticut Light & Power was doing in the days and hours before the storm when a...
  • Clergy Go Door To Door Caring For Elderly, Sick and Lonely

    Members of Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford were preparing to meet at Beth David Synagogue for Friday services, said Rabbi Michael Pincus, and then Beth David lost power. The hope is that Beth Israel will have power again in time for Friday's...
  • Butler Doing Awesome Audition For Fall Guy

    Every time I see Jeffrey Butler, the president of CL&P, my overactive imagination dresses him in a Hawaiian shirt and transports him to the beach-side bar I am pretty sure he will be running on the Yucatan peninsula by this time next year. Butler...
  • Butler, Malloy Create Ongoing Storm

    Connecticut Light & Power Company President Jeffrey Butler mumbled and mispronounced his way through one consistent message last week: This storm was worse than Irene in August. No matter the topic, day after day, the utility executive found ways to...
  • A Neighborhood Endures, With No Power And Little Sympathy For CL&P

    Among the brave 5 percenters — the unlucky folks in the Lake Garda neighborhood who might not get power for days — there was little sympathy for Connecticut Light & Power's dramatic failure. People can't work. There's no water. Toilets can'...
  • NU Enjoys Power Connections

    Northeast Utilities, now facing scrutiny over its slow reconnection of storm-damaged power lines, has established a network of connections with Connecticut's political establishment, including Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration and other...
  • Ex-Staff Chief For Rell Collects $55,200 Pension At 51

    Ex-Staff Chief For Rell Collects $55,200 Pension At 51
    A big question at the end of Gov. M. Jodi Rell's term was what would become of her powerful chief of staff, M. Lisa Moody, who some observers said had more of a direct hand in running the government than Rell did during their 6½ years in the famous...
  • Naughty Or Nice, It's A Holiday Special Delivery

    Naughty Or Nice, It's A Holiday Special Delivery
    OK, it has been awhile. And yes they had to dig deep — DEEP — into the photo archives to find this mug. Make no mistake though, "Stanta" is back! Yes, by popular demand. (That's what I told the op-ed folks anyway.) You remember the routine....
  • Certain prediction for 2012

    According to the Mayan "long count" calendar, the final day on Earth is less than a year away, on Dec. 21, 2012. While we wait to see if that apocalypse occurs, a more reliable prediction includes an end of a different sort. The economic stimulus...
  • Looking For Tech In All The Right Places

    We've listened to endless blather during this campaign season about how tax cuts will create jobs. I think Bruce Carlson has a better idea. He's finding potentially viable products developed by private industries in the state that for some reason have not...
  • Election Day Can't Come Soon Enough

    Like everyone else, I really want this election to be over. And I like this stuff. With two days still to go, I have already burned through at least a half-dozen "mute" buttons trying to avoid the attack ads. I don't mind that the ads usually rely on...