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  • Victor In GOP Primary, Foley Says, ‘Change Is On The Way’

    WATERBURY – Tom Foley will get a second crack at Dannel P. Malloy.

    Foley, 62, the Greenwich businessman who lost to Malloy by half a percentage point in 2010, easily won the Republican primary for governor Tuesday, weathering a late push by state Sen. John P. McKinney of Fairfield, the challenger he preferred to ignore until recently.

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    Newtown has been lucky to have John McKinney serve as one of our leaders as our  State Senator.  John is running for Governor in the Republican primary next Tuesday, August 12.  John is a good friend of our community and its people.  I’ll be voting for him and hope you’ll consider doing so as well.

  • Senate Passes Additional Newtown-Related Bills

    HARTFORD (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers on Thursday began building on a package of reforms the General Assembly passed in April that addressed the Newtown school shooting, requiring annual firearms safety training for armed security in local schools and improvements in mental health services for children.

    Senate Minority Leader John McKinney (R-Fairfield), whose district includes Newtown, said 12/14 helped bring to light gaps and shortcomings in the state’s mental health system affecting young people.