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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • READER SUBMITTED: All Invited To 100th Birthday Party For The Bushnell Park Carousel

    People of all ages are invited to a birthday party that's been 100 years in the making - the historic Bushnell Park Carousel's "100th Birthday Party," featuring family entertainment, birthday cake, and free rides all day. The event will take place on...
  • Public Meeting Planned On Rock Cats Deal

    Public Meeting Planned On Rock Cats Deal
    HARTFORD — The public will have an opportunity to weigh in on a proposal to build a baseball stadium just north of the city's downtown at a meeting Wednesday. Mayor Pedro Segarra, Director of Development Services Thomas Deller and other city...
  • Criminal Convictions Of Charter Schools Group's CEO Raise Questions, Officials Say

     Criminal Convictions Of Charter Schools Group's CEO Raise Questions, Officials Say
    Criminal convictions and past imprisonment of Michael M. Sharpe, the CEO of a charter school organization that receives millions in taxpayer funds, are worrying Hartford and state officials – who said Wednesday they hadn't known of his record and...
  • Public Forum Paints Path For Hartford Ballpark

    Here's what we know about the proposal to build a baseball stadium in Hartford and move the New Britain Rock Cats into it: • Hartford residents are split on it, at least based on the comments at a packed public meeting Wednesday at the Hartford...
  • Devastating Circus Fire Sparked Push For Safety

    The pain of losing so many loved ones, so suddenly and tragically, remains the chief legacy of the Hartford Circus Fire that happened 70 years ago this afternoon. To those who were there and survived, and to those who lost friends, neighbors and...
  • Hartford Residents, Divided On Rock Cats Stadium Plan, Criticize Deal, Job Estimates

     Hartford Residents, Divided On Rock Cats Stadium Plan, Criticize Deal, Job Estimates
    HARTFORD — City residents fumed Wednesday over what they called a lack of transparency and inflated job and visitor projections for a proposed minor league baseball stadium in Hartford. The more than 250 residents who attended a hearing at the...
  • Why Malloy Must Pay For Part Of Rock Cats Plan

    Why Malloy Must Pay For Part Of Rock Cats Plan
    For those of us who follow economic development in Connecticut, it seems odd to see the Rock Cats saga unfolding without Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. The governor's apparatus kicks into gear every time a bakery considers expanding in Bozrah, and he's been...
  • Hartford Begins Seeking Bids For Baseball Stadium Project

    Hartford Begins Seeking Bids For Baseball Stadium Project
    HARTFORD — A month before the public will have an opportunity to weigh in on a proposal to build a minor league baseball stadium, the city is seeking bids related to the project. City officials are soliciting bids for an architectural firm and...
  • Hartford Officials Answer Rock Cats Questions

    Hartford Officials Answer Rock Cats Questions
    Weeks after the city announced it would build a $60 million stadium to lure the New Britain Rock Cats to Hartford, a flurry of questions remains about how it will fund the endeavor. Hartford officials have said they plan to construct a 220,000-square-...
  • Coleman, Wooden Spar Over Rock Cats Deal

    Coleman, Wooden Spar Over Rock Cats Deal
    HARTFORD — State Sen. Eric Coleman said Thursday that city leaders should have lined up private investment to help build a $60 million baseball stadium in Hartford before announcing that the project was a "done deal." Coleman, whose district...
  • Council Members: Rock Cats Deal Must Have Private Funding

     Council Members: Rock Cats Deal Must Have Private Funding
    HARTFORD — City council President Shawn Wooden said Wednesday that he would not support building a $60 million stadium for the New Britain Rock Cats in Hartford unless the city gets some private funding for the project. City officials have said...