Emergency Operations Center To Open During StormConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is opening the state Emergency Operations Center to prepare for the winter storm headed into southern New England.
Governor Says Shelters Were 20% Over CapacityBriefing the state on weather conditions at noon Friday at the State Armory, Governor Malloy says the concern is the extreme cold and a wind chill forecast as low as 25 below.
Governor's Storm BriefingHear Governor Malloy's full briefing from the Armory as broadcast on WTIC NewsTalk 1080,
Veterans Park Outside Armory Behind Schedule Due To CostsConstruction on a veterans memorial at a park outside the Hartford Armory has yet to begin despite hopes expressed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials that it would be complete by Veterans Day.
Governor's Monday Briefing On Train ServiceClick here for Governor Malloy's Monday briefing on the status of repairs following Friday's Metro North accident.
Nonessential State Employees Should Remain Home FridayGovernor Malloy says the state is gearing up for the blizzard forecast Friday into Saturday
Amber Alert For Simsbury Three-Year-Old Cancelled Authorities have cancelled an Amber Alert for a missing Simsbury three year old.
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