Governor Dannel P. Malloy

Malloy Plan To Strip Preservation Fund Knocked
Illegal Guns Turned Into Monument To Victims Of Gun ViolenceCity officials and members of the community unveiled a new piece of artwork that aims to raise awareness and act as a monument to victims of illegal gun violence.
Connecticut's Correction Commissioner Moving To NYCConnecticut's correction commissioner is stepping down to take a job in New York City.
Call To Protect Transportation Fund
Four Centers Open To Aid Sandy Victims
State To Receive Federal Mental Health Grant Funding
Connecticut Veterans Memorial To Be Located In HartfordThe proposed Connecticut State Veterans Memorial will be built in Hartford, across from the William A. O'Neill State Armory in Minuteman Park.
Malloy Commutes Lunch Sentence Of 15-Pound LobsterA 15-pound lobster facing a sentence of lunch has received a pardon from Connecticut's governor.
Emails: Feds In Dark Days Before Connecticut Busway OK'dEmails between top state officials show that a week before Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced last year that the state will build a costly and contentious bus-only corridor between Hartford and New Britain, federal transportation officials still did not know if he would support or kill it.
Two Steel Firms Move To Connecticut With State AidConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state is contributing $19 million in economic development aid to steel product companies moving to North Haven that could eventually employ 400 people.
Malloy Wants Old State House Open On SundaysDespite a multimillion-dollar tourism campaign touting Connecticut's role in the Revolutionary War, an 18th century landmark in downtown Hartford remains closed on Sundays.
UConn Joins Hockey East The University of Connecticut has made the much anticipated move to the Hockey East Association for men’s ice hockey for the 2014-1015 season. the country.