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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Mayors Former Aide Investigated For Using City Car

    Mayor Pedro Segarra's former chief of staff is under investigation by city police for using a city vehicle two weeks after he left city employment.     Jared Kupiec's possession of the city vehicle came to the attention of Hartford police Monday...
  • Downtown Hartford Offering Dining Discounts For Gymnastics Fans

    Downtown Hartford Offering Dining Discounts For Gymnastics Fans
    Looking to spot a top Olympic athlete out and about in Downtown Hartford this weekend? Have we got a tip for you!  Agave Grill, Max Downtown, Salute, DISH Bar and Grill, Feng Asian Bistro, and City Steam Brewery Café are great places to fulfill your dream...
  • Another Hartford Audit Confirms Culture Of Sloppiness

    Yet another audit indicates that Hartford's finance department is like a car that is not running on all cylinders. Mayor Pedro Segarra may need to take it to a new mechanic. A recently released audit of the department's payroll unit by chief auditor H....
  • Crime & Punishment: Company Accidentally Lists Phone Sex Line As Their Customer Service Number

    Crime & Punishment: Company Accidentally Lists Phone Sex Line As Their Customer Service Number
    Lee Whitnum is a perpetual candidate known for her vitriol (likening primary opponent U.S. Rep. Jim Himes to a "Nazi" and calling U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy a "whore") and her frequent (and frequently dismissed) lawsuits. Her personal life is apparently...
  • Let Kishimoto Finish Her Test

    The Hartford school board and Mayor Pedro Segarra are faced with an important decision concerning Hartford public schools: Should they change leadership, thereby potentially disrupting progress made to date? Or should they renew the contract of...
  • Details Of Greater Hartford Pro-Am's Move From Hartford To Waterbury

    A couple of pieces to pass along about the Greater Hartford Pro-Am -- the summer workout home for many area college players -- moving from Hartford to Waterbury. It's a blow to summertime in Hartford. Tuesday's news here. Wednesday's follow-up details...
  • Pro-Am Hoops League Departs — Could It Rebound To Hartford?

    The abrupt departure of the Greater Hartford Pro-Am summer basketball league from Hartford is not of the scope of the Whalers leaving the capital. But for those who love hoops and lament the lack of positive summer diversions for city youth, the move is...
  • A Hartford Budget Compromise, But Mayor's Authority Not Settled

    Hartford's city council beat the deadline clock Friday and adopted a city budget that is $5.1 million less than Mayor Pedro Segarra's original $543.9 million proposal for next fiscal year. The council's action allowed a new budget to be put in place,...
  • Road To Hell Paved With Caviar and Slippery Nipples

    It's really hard to stand out as incompetent while running the city of Hartford, because almost everybody who tried to do it for the past 40 years has been either a knave, a genial idiot, an ill-tempered goose or some chimera-like combination of all...
  • Effort To Preserve Hartford's Decaying 'Old South' Cemetery Is Struggling

     Effort To Preserve Hartford's Decaying 'Old South' Cemetery Is Struggling
    In the shadows of an ongoing multimillion-dollar renovation of the Fox Elementary School building on Maple Avenue sits a barely noticeable, fenced-off piece of land containing a few hundred graves and a handful of markers in varying stages of decay and...
  • Prayer, Support Offered At Hartford Vigils

    Prayer, Support Offered At Hartford Vigils
    Scores of people came to the capital city Friday night to pray and show their support for the grieving families of 20 young children and six adults slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. At Asylum Hill Congregational Church, about 50 people...