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Chief State's Attorney Kevin T. Kane has been reappointed to a second five-year term as the state's top crime fighter. He was a good choice in 2006, and is a good choice again. A career prosecutor who gained statewide attention when he headed the office'...
Sometimes these politicians just hand you a cartoon. This is one of those times. You have to hand it to ex-con ex-mayor of Bridgeport Joe Ganim. He knows how to land on his feet. Joe Ganim, fresh out of the slammer, has started his own company...
The Hartford CourantSteven "The Closer" Adamowski. Adamowski the Visionary Leader. On Wednesday night, there was no shortage of adulation for the Hartford superintendent during a retirement salute at the Bushnell that drew about 140 people — administrators, school...
Pedro Segarra was the favorite, but not a prohibitive one, in this year's election for mayor of Hartford. Mr. Segarra, as city council president, became mayor a year ago after the conviction of Mayor Eddie Perez on corruption charges. Experience counts...
The Hartford CourantSaying that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy had urged him to put his "differences aside" with Mayor Pedro Segarra, Shawn Wooden withdrew from the mayor's race Thursday and said he would instead run for city council. Wooden, a city lawyer who was considered...
The Hartford CourantA year ago, I wrote an op-ed after the trial and conviction of then Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez, a dear friend. Despite the gloom and sad times, I had high hopes for the emergence of new, strong leadership in Hartford. Today, I am saddened and...
When Pedro Segarra first stepped into the mayor's office, the city was reeling from the resignation of his predecessor, Eddie Perez, who was convicted last June of felony corruption charges. Segarra moved quickly to restore trust in city government. A...
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The Hartford CourantBenjamin Quinones was fired March 24 from his high-paying state job as a lieutenant on the police force at the state mental hospital in Middletown after an internal investigation concluded that he had put in for 528 overtime hours that he didn't work. Now...
The Hartford CourantFederal agents searched Carabetta Construction's main offices in Meriden on Wednesday. Thomas Carson, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Haven, acknowledged the search but would not comment on the reason for the search or what federal...
L.A. NOWSheriff's deputies shot and killed a pit bull in Norwalk after it attacked a dog accompanying the deputies on a search for an armed man, authorities said. The deputies were searching for a man with a gun after the Los......
Like a broken sidewalk, or the cloying odor of a backyard garbage dump, the large map at city hall vividly shows how the quality of life in some city neighborhoods is leaking away. The question is whether this map, which plots the location of nearly a...
The city police department should not have fired Officer Matthew Secore, who was charged with assaulting the nephew of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez, a Superior Court judge ruled. Instead, the judge agreed with a ruling by the State Board of Mediation...
Tags: Justice System, Arbitration, Judges, Trials, Prosecution
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