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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Hartford Residents Say Fix Schools Before Building Ballpark

    Hartford Residents Say Fix Schools Before Building Ballpark
    HARTFORD — In short, rhyming bursts, Chris Brown summed up the feelings Monday of dozens who spoke about a proposed minor league stadium in Hartford. "In a startling announcement on the sunny fourth of June, from left field came a stadium surprise...
  • Police Engagement Has Borne Better Relations

    There was anger and concern in the neighborhood after a Hartford police officer injured 18-year-old Luis Anglero Jr. with a stun gun on Tuesday while breaking up a crowd at the corner of Albany Avenue and Garden Street in the city's North End. But there...
  • Suddenly, It All Adds Up

    I am just wondering now ... firstly, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his minions push through a busway from downtown New Britain to Hartford over the befuddlement of many. Then, a year or three later, Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra and his minions entice the...
  • Hartford Fire Job Posted Internally, But Only One Employee's Eligible To Apply

    Hartford Fire Job Posted Internally, But Only One Employee's Eligible To Apply
    HARTFORD — An internal posting for the assistant fire chief's job in Hartford invites all chief officers in the agency to apply, but because of a residency clause in the posting — a clause veteran officers say had been absent from previous...
  • Was The Fix In For Assistant Fire Chief Job?

    Was The Fix In For Assistant Fire Chief Job?
    There often is a fine line between ineptitude and chicanery, and it's hard to know where the Hartford Fire Department hiring fiasco falls. On Aug. 4, the department posted the job of assistant chief, the second-ranking post in the department. The job...
  • Why Grass-Roots Hartford Lovers Are Against The Stadium

    Why Grass-Roots Hartford Lovers Are Against The Stadium
    Nowhere will you find a group of people more representative of the demographic makeup of Hartford than the Hartford Coalition to Stop the Stadium. We are black, brown, Caucasian and Latino. We range in age from early 20s to senior citizens. We are...
  • Mayor: Hartford To Investigate Stun Gun Shooting Of Teenager

    Mayor: Hartford To Investigate Stun Gun Shooting Of Teenager
    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra said Wednesday that the Hartford police internal affairs division and a civilian review board will investigate an officer's use of a stun gun on an 18-year-old during a confrontation in the city's North End. In a...
  • Hartford Panel Hears Plans For Baseball Stadium Development

     Hartford Panel Hears Plans For Baseball Stadium Development
    HARTFORD — An advisory panel appointed by the city's development director on Thursday heard presentations from the three bidders seeking to develop land north of Hartford's downtown, a project that would include housing, retail space and a minor...
  • Coleman And Wooden Squareoff In 2nd District Primary

    With almost 20 years on the job as the state senator from the 2nd District, Eric Coleman sees himself as as a man in a postion of power who can get things done. "I'm at the top of my influence as a legislator," said Coleman, co-chairman of the...
  • Jim Shea: Helping the Candidates Be Just Like You

    One of the things all of the candidates running for all of the offices have in common is they are just like all of us. You can see this in most of their campaign ads. Gov. Malloy was first out of the gate with this ordinary Joe, or Josephine, strategy...
  • Hartford Gets Four Proposals For Stadium, Development

    Hartford Gets Four Proposals For Stadium, Development
    HARTFORD — City officials said Monday that they received four proposals to develop land north of downtown — a project that would include housing, retail and a 9,000-seat minor league baseball stadium. The window to submit proposals closed...