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John G. Rowland

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  • Ann Moore, Rowland Aide, Dies At 57

    Ann M. Moore, a high-level aide during the administration of Republican Gov. John G. Rowland, has died at 57. Moore, known for her toughness, had waged a long battle against cancer. After holding five different positions in the Rowland administration,...
  • Foley Addresses 2 Arrests In Past

    Thomas C. Foley, the Republican gubernatorial front-runner who faces an Aug. 10 primary for his party's nomination in the November election, twice has been the subject of allegations - in 1981 and about 12 years later - that he either rammed another...
  • Senator Helped Wall Street Executive Get A Pardon In 2001

    A Washington, D.C., condominium deal between Sen. Christopher J. Dodd and a Wall Street executive whom Dodd later recommended for a presidential pardon has the state Republican Party chairman comparing the embattled senator to former Gov. John G. Rowland....
  • Former Troopers Arrested For Embezzlement

    Two former State troopers are under arrest, charged with embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from a business partner. Karol Siedel, 63, and his son Michael Siedel, 39, turned themselves in to Southington Police Thursday morning. Police say the two...
  • Pensions Paid To Guilty Officials

    Five convicted state officials who left office after pleading guilty to various crimes are cumulatively collecting nearly $100,000 a year in pensions paid by state taxpayers. That total could rise in the next few years, when former Gov. John G. Rowland...
  • Rell Vetoes Bill To Abolish Death Penalty

    Rejecting calls for abolition, Republican Gov. M. Jodi Rell vetoed a bill Friday that would have repealed the death penalty in Connecticut. A longtime supporter of capital punishment, Rell said the ultimate penalty should be reserved for those who commit...
  • Family And Friends Remember Harry Gray His Way

    In life, Harry Gray placed a premium on efficiency, and his family has honored the trait after his death. Hundreds attended a memorial service Thursday for the former CEO of United Technologies Corp., including the current chief executive, Louis...
  • April 18, 1999: UConns 1999 Championship Celebrated With A Parade In Hartford

    Tens of thousands of cheering fans gave the University of Connecticut men's basketball team a group hug Saturday during a victory parade through downtown Hartford. A tidal wave of applause erupted along the parade route when a flatbed trailer carrying...
  • Ticket Effort Starts; Saving Whalers The Goal

    A Hartford Whalers season ticket sales campaign has become a referendum on the team's future and began Tuesday with a difficult request: Forget the candidate's record. Gov. John G. Rowland and Lt. Gov. Jodi Rell brought corporate leaders -- and, in a...
  • Whalers Will Leave Hartford, Sources Say. Announcement Expected Today; Team To Pay State $5 Million

    Wednesday, March 26, 1997 WHALERS WILL LEAVE HARTFORD, SOURCES SAY ANNOUNCEMENT EXPECTED TODAY; TEAM TO PAY STATE $5 MILLION By Christopher Keating, Mike Swift and Michael Arace The Hartford Whalers rejected the Rowland administration's final offer...
  • The Hartford Whalers Historical Timeline

    November 1971 -- The World Hockey Association awards franchise to sports enthusiasts and businessmen Howard Baldwin, John Colburn, Godfrey Wood and William Barnes. January 1972 -- Jack Kelley, a successful coach at Boston University, joins the New...
  • Decoding The Signs, Averting The Horror

    The pattern is familiar: Someone goes on a shooting rampage in the workplace, and experts in mental health, law enforcement and the media struggle to find lessons in the aftermath. That's what happened after four employees were shot to death at the...