NEW BRITAIN — A superior court judge concluded Friday that he could not decide a dispute over the release of 911 recording from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting without first hearing the recordings.
The resignation of a high-ranking $118,000-a-year official from a state government post isn’t something you normally celebrate. But the reaction last week to the departure of a member of the Malloy administration made some officials so happy they could barely contain their glee.
A chairman of a state panel tasked with balancing victim privacy and public transparency gave emotional and personal testimony Wednesday in favor of restricting disclosure of some law enforcement records.
Former Gov. John Rowland offered Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley some political advice Monday on his radio show, calling the ethical allegations Foley recently leveled at the current governor “a little bizarre.”