Rowland’s Pension Won’t Be Affected By Recent Conviction Former Gov. John G. Rowland's state pension of nearly $53,000 a year will not be affected by his second felony conviction. Malloy, Foley To Face Off In Governor Debate Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his Republican challenger, Greenwich businessman Tom Foley, are meeting in the first of two debates in one week.
Democrats File Complaint Over Alleged Plagiarism Merrill Says Arrest Of State Lawmaker Shows Strength Of Election Law Enforcement Malloy, Foley To Square Off State Rep. Charged With Fraudulent Voting Candidate For Rhode Island Governor Smokes Pot In Campaign Ad Hartford PZC Doesn’t Recommend Cats Deal Christie: Connecticut 1 Of Top 2 Races For GOP Hernandez Cousin Expected To Plead Guilty To Second Contempt Charge
Tate George Asks To Have Conviction Reversed Former UConn and NBA player Tate George, convicted of wire fraud in an alleged real estate Ponzi scheme, is seeking to have his conviction thrown out and claiming prosecutorial misconduct, among other allegations. Police Identify Driver Killed On I-84 Sunday State Police have identified the driver killed in an accident early Sunday which closed Interstate 84 westbound for a time
Hernandez Lawyers Ask To Suppress Additional Evidence Home Sales, Prices Down In August 14 Year Sentence For Norwich Man In Shaken Baby Death Rowland’s Pension Won’t Be Affected By Recent Conviction Nature Center Defends $5,000 Gift From Monsanto New Britain Man Facing Molestation Charges Held Without Bail Transit Report: Crime Up In 2014 On Metro-North Malloy, Foley To Face Off In Governor Debate