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Eddie A. Perez

Eddie A. Perez
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  • Same Old Perks Of Office

    In his op-ed of June 25, "Rock Cats Stadium Not Best Deal For City," state Sen. Eric Coleman states, "Instead we find out that Hartford city hall officials will get free skybox seats, free tickets to games and free parking for all Rock Cats events."...
  • Hartford, Rock Cats Talked Before – To No Avail

     Hartford, Rock Cats Talked Before – To No Avail
    The New Britain Rock Cats stunned baseball fans with their potential relocation to Hartford, but this is not the first time that a team move to the capital city has been discussed. The Rock Cats broached the idea for a new stadium in Hartford with the...
  • Review: The Mavericks' 25th anniversary tour lights up the Belly Up

    Review: The Mavericks' 25th anniversary tour lights up the Belly Up
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. It’s rare enough that any band is still around after a quarter century, still recording and touring. What made the Mavericks’ 25th anniversary tour stop Tuesday at the Belly Up in...
  • Lake Brantley graduate itches to return to Braves after 2nd elbow surgery

    Lake Brantley graduate itches to return to Braves after 2nd elbow surgery
    Spring training is a time for renewed beginnings, preparing for a season of endless possibilities, all in a relaxed atmosphere. When Jonny Venters took the mound for a game last spring against the Detroit Tigers in Lakeland, a week before opening day,...
  • New Trials For Ex-Mayor Perez Bad News For Hartford

    Poor unlucky Hartford. Three years ago, Connecticut's capital city had to endure the indignity of seeing its mayor — its first "strong" mayor with greater power granted by a new charter — put on trial for corruption. It wasn't exactly...
  • Lucky Eddie

    Lucky Eddie
    It’s great to be pulling the Eddie Perez picture file again. When I draw a caricature of somebody, the first one is usually the least interesting. It’s only after awhile and many more drawings that the likeness comes alive. It’s like the...
  • Perez, O'Garro, Rowland Buried By Facts

    It was the Doonesbury character Mark Slackmeyer, speaking on the radio about Watergate conspirator John Mitchell, who said that all known facts made Mitchell look guilty. And then he added, "Guilty, guilty, guilty!" It's fun to say. So let's see who...
  • [2004] Former Trinity President Fired From University Of Hawaii

    Evan S. Dobelle, the former Trinity College president who made the school a national model among urban colleges, has been fired for unspecified reasons as president of the University of Hawaii.     The university's board of regents voted to fire...
  • Hartford Mayor Vows Kupiec's Arrest Won't Degrade Public's Confidence

     Hartford Mayor Vows Kupiec's Arrest Won't Degrade Public's Confidence
    Mayor Pedro Segarra said Wednesday that although he was at first "extremely angry" about the actions of Jared Kupiec, his former chief of staff, he won't let Kupiec's arrest sway the public's trust in city hall, something he's worked to rebuild. "We...
  • Hartford Councilman Proposes Ban On Use Of City Credit Cards

    Councilman Kenneth Kennedy on Monday introduced a proposal that would ban the use of all city purchasing cards or credit cards used by city employees for travel, dining and other expenses. Kennedy said he made the proposal after reviewing some...
  • Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto

    Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto
    The school board Tuesday night rejected Superintendent Christina Kishimoto's request for a two-year contract extension that would have kept her in charge of Hartford's education reform efforts through mid-2016. Mayor Pedro Segarra said that he was "very...