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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Toasted Celebrates Grand Opening Of Hartford Storefront

    Toasted Celebrates Grand Opening Of Hartford Storefront
    A popular Hartford-area food truck has made the move to a full storefront. Toasted, which got its start as a mobile eatery serving Bushnell Park and other local stops, celebrates the grand opening of its Asylum Street restaurant Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. Owners...
  • Connecticut Considering a Crackdown on Nightclubs

    Connecticut Considering a Crackdown on Nightclubs
    Unregulated after-hours clubs and "BYOB" joints. Juice bars across the hall from boozy "adult" night spots. Untrained bouncers. Scores of drunks pouring into the streets at 2 a.m. closing times. When you add in guns, this late-night clubbing cocktail...
  • Best Local Politician

    Best Local Politician
    1) Mayor Pedro Segarra, Hartford 550 Main St., 2nd floor Hartford (860) 757-9500 hartford.gov   Voters Said: "The only humble, down to earth politician the City of Hartford has!"   2) Erin Stewart, Mayor of New Britain   3) Senator...
  • Yard Goats Ticket Tax Plan Comes Under Fire

    Yard Goats Ticket Tax Plan Comes Under Fire
    Back in September, when the city of Hartford showed us how it would pay $4 million a year for the Downtown North baseball stadium without increasing the tax rate, the money included a ticket tax raising an estimated $426,000 a year. The team would...
  • Hartford Fire Chief Carlos Huertas Must Go

    Hartford Fire Chief Carlos Huertas Must Go
    The alarms coming from Hartford's Fire Department won't stop until it has new leadership. The department's brave firefighters deserve a competent administration that puts safety first. Their courage was on display Thursday night in a three-alarm fire...
  • Two Hospitalized, 70 Displaced In Hartford Apartment Fire

    Two Hospitalized, 70 Displaced In Hartford Apartment Fire
    HARTFORD — An intense fire tore through an apartment building in the North End Thursday night, hospitalizing a firefighter and a building resident and displacing about 70 people, city officials said. Reports of the fire at 2604 Main St. came in...
  • Apartment fire displaces 70 Hartford residents, injures 2

    An apartment building fire in Hartford has displaced about 70 residents. Reports of the fire came in about 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The blaze quickly escalated due to stiff winds and an asphalt roof, drawin in firefighters and equipment from across the city....
  • Families displaced after fire at Hartford apartment building

    A fire that destroyed parts of a Hartford apartment building has left several families without a home. WFSB-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1HyPCWe ) that Thursday night's fire affected 44 adults and 26 children from 24 families. It is unclear how the blaze...
  • Top Officers Clash At Last Meeting Of Hartford Fire Task Force

    Top Officers Clash At Last Meeting Of Hartford Fire Task Force
    HARTFORD — Hartford Fire Chief Carlos Huertas and Deputy Chief of Training Daniel Nolan sparred over their respective roles and expectations at Thursday's final meeting of a task force appointed to review the fire department's operations. Mayor...
  • Judge Rules Hartford Council Cannot Remove Registrars

    Judge Rules Hartford Council Cannot Remove Registrars
    HARTFORD — Two hours before the city council planned to start removal hearings for Hartford's three registrars of voters, a Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that it doesn't have the power to oust the elected officials. Judge Constance Epstein...
  • Batting Cages? Hartford Parks Grant Comes With Public Vote

    Batting Cages? Hartford Parks Grant Comes With Public Vote
    HARTFORD — Voters get to decide this month on an upgrade for Hartford neighborhoods: Build batting cages at two city parks, get new soccer goal posts for Colt Park or improve the basketball hoops at Keney Park? A $20,000 grant awarded to the...