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Eddie A. Perez

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  • Perez Still At Work Following Conviction

    Perez Still At Work Following Conviction
    Mayor Eddie A. Perez was back at work at city hall Monday. He had a busy day by all accounts — but didn't resign. The mayor, fresh from his conviction Friday on bribery and extortion charges, made no public appearances or statements and spent the...
  • Pedro Segarra Poised To Become Hartford Mayor

    Pedro Segarra Poised To Become Hartford Mayor
    When Pedro Segarra stepped off a bus in Hartford more than 30 years ago, he felt an instant connection with the city. Despite having little money and no place to stay, Hartford felt safe to the boy who, at 15, had left the South Bronx to escape the...
  • Perez Resigns; Segarra Sworn In

    Perez Resigns; Segarra Sworn In
    After a week of uncertainty about when Mayor Eddie A. Perez would resign following his conviction on corruption charges, the transition occurred Friday in the span of a minute. Pledging to change the way city government is run, Pedro Ernesto Segarra, the...
  • Judge Rejects Hartford Mayor's Bid To Have Bribery Charges Dismissed

    A state judge denied Hartford Mayor Eddie A. Perez's motion to dismiss the charges against him Tuesday morning, telling his attorney that he had not met his burden of proof. Hubert J. Santos, Perez's attorney, argued at Superior Court in Hartford that...
  • Grand Juror Investigating Allegations Of Corruption In Hartford Finds Evidence Of 2 Crimes

    Grand Juror Investigating Allegations Of Corruption In Hartford Finds Evidence Of 2 Crimes
    The judge investigating allegations of corruption in the administration of Mayor Eddie A. Perez has found sufficient evidence that another person committed two crimes, according to a letter filed with the courts Tuesday. The letter was from attorney John...
  • A Year Later, Would Bystanders Lend Hand?

    Angel Arce Torres was hit by a car and left lying in the middle of Park Street as bystanders watched, former Deputy Mayor Nicholas Carbone was savagely beaten and robbed, and the badly decomposed body of a man was found in the basement of the man's...
  • Cocktails to nibble, drink

    Cocktails to nibble, drink
    You have every reason to throw a party. There are signs of diplomatic progress in North Korea, America's Team is undefeated, and both the Sex Pistols and Spice Girls are getting back together (though not to form one band). But the best reason of all is...
  • Settlement Between Hartford And Waterford Group

    More than two years ago, labor disputes at the Hartford Marriott Downtown marred the hotel's opening, chasing away some business from it and the Connecticut Convention Center next door. Wrapped up in the tussle was a legal fight between the city and...
  • Mayor Perez Moves On Despite Charges

    On the same day that he surrendered to state police to face corruption charges, Hartford mayor Eddie Perez tended to city business. The embattled mayor presided over an awards ceremony honoring hartford students for school accomplishments and good...
  • Perez Trial Slated for October

    A lawyer for Mayor Eddie A. Perez met briefly with prosecutors and a Superior Court judge this morning and set an October trial date. Jury selection will begin in September and the trial should begin in October, said Perez's lawyer, Hubert J. Santos. In...
  • Hartford Mayor to unveil toughest budget ever

    Tuesday Hartford's mayor is expected to make a major announcement regarding executive pay, presumably, part of the shared pain he spoke of in his state of the city address.Mayor Eddie Perez gave a sobering speech monday night to a standing-room only...