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M. Jodi Rell

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  • Rell Wants Answers From Power Generators

    Gov. M. Jodi Rell asked the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday to investigate possible criminal violations in the payment of $85.8 million to New York power generators for electricity that she said they never intended to deliver. Rell sent a letter...
  • A PLEA FOR JUSTICE: Family Learns Hit-Run Victim Needs Permanent Hospital Care

    The family of Angel Arce Torres, the victim of a hit-and-run captured on video that garnered national attention, got the kind of news Tuesday that no family wants to hear. Doctors at Hartford Hospital told the family that their 78-year-old patriarch...
  • CITY'S GLARING REFLECTION: Police Chief's Harsh Words Spark Examination Of Hartford's Heart, Soul And Character

    Police Chief Daryl Roberts' declaration that Hartford has become toxic in its level of incivility sparked anger, questions and introspection Thursday as leaders and residents wondered if the capital city has reached some sort of tipping point. While some...
  • Judge's Behavior 'Reprehensible,' Rell Says

    Gov. M. Jodi Rell said Tuesday that the racially charged language that state Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield reportedly directed at police during her drunken-driving arrest last month was "clearly reprehensible." Rell issued the statement...
  • Judge Accepted For Alcohol Program

    Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield stood in a cramped courtroom Monday and apologized for sideswiping a state police car with her BMW in October, an accident police say was caused by drunken driving. Within minutes, the hearing at Superior Court...
  • Judge Uses Vulgar Language As She Is Charged

    Judge Uses Vulgar Language As She Is Charged
    Repeatedly using vulgar and racial insults, Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa Cofield argued with a police officer — addressing him as "Negro trooper" at one point — who was trying to process her on a charge of drunken driving in Glastonbury...
  • Facing Charges, Can Eddie Perez Still Run Hartford?

    Facing Charges, Can Eddie Perez Still Run Hartford?
    He's still the mayor. There was Eddie A. Perez, off to the side in the high, bright atrium at city hall on Friday morning. He had just finished the coffee, the handshakes and the hugs and was ready to speak about a new mobile medical van that brings...
  • Mortgage Crisis: State Programs Reaching Only A Fraction Of Those In Need

    When Carl and Anjanee Wright fell behind in their mortgage payments a little more than a year ago, the Windsor couple saw the state's new foreclosure prevention programs as a beacon of hope. They felt sure that they would qualify. After all, they both...
  • State Mortgage Reform Bill Offers Hope For Homeowners

    There's a sense of ownership pride along with signs of stress at Lisa Murzin-Pelcz's home on Winding Lane in East Hartford. Her wooden swing adorns the front yard, and a banner with flowers and a ladybug hangs by the door. Around back, an old floor...
  • Police Believe Two Men Shot Near Train Station Were Targeted

    The irony of Monday morning's fatal shooting of two men in Hartford was not lost on the Rev. Henry Brown. "Less than five hours before we marched on the state Capitol, two more men got shot dead in the street," said Brown, who led about 100 protesters...
  • Motive May Involve Dispute Over Woman

    Two men who were gunned down on a Hartford street early Monday were killed in a dispute over a woman, an anonymous source familiar with the incident said Tuesday. Lamar Allen Gresham, 21, and Carlos Ortiz, who would have turned 24 next month, were both...