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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Hartford Fire Chief Alerts Firefighters Of DUI Checkpoint

    Hartford Fire Chief Alerts Firefighters Of DUI Checkpoint
    HARTFORD — Fire Chief Carlos Huertas, whose department has come under scrutiny following the drunken-driving arrests of a number of firefighters, alerted all fire department personnel Friday to a police DUI checkpoint scheduled for that night in the...
  • Shovels Hit The Ground At Stadium Site In Hartford

    Shovels Hit The Ground At Stadium Site In Hartford
    HARTFORD — Shovels hit the dirt Tuesday, marking the first step toward construction of the $56 million minor league baseball stadium north of downtown Hartford. The project must be substantially completed by March 2016, according to city...
  • Coming Soon: A Wonderful Ballpark (And The Usual Pessimism)

    Coming Soon: A Wonderful Ballpark (And The Usual Pessimism)
    This Tuesday in mid-February dawned much closer to Ice Station Zebra than Fort Myers. The day was snowy. The day was single-digit frigid. In other words, for Rock Cats owner Josh Solomon and those who are bringing professional baseball back to...
  • Liam McGee, Former CEO Of The Hartford, Dies Of Cancer

    Liam McGee, Former CEO Of The Hartford, Dies Of Cancer
    HARTFORD — Liam E. McGee, who led The Hartford insurance company through a transformation after the 2008 financial crisis and helped rid the city of one of its most visible eyesores, died Friday. He was 60. McGee was CEO from Oct. 1, 2009, through...
  • Hartford Ballpark Bond Sale Could Save City $22M

    Hartford Ballpark Bond Sale Could Save City $22M
    HARTFORD — By Tuesday afternoon, when Mayor Pedro Segarra plants a shovel into ceremonial dirt for Hartford's ballpark, the city most likely will have the results of the controversial bond sale to pay for the venue. The upshot will be that...
  • Hartford Councilman Kicks Off Campaign For Mayoral Run

    Hartford Councilman Kicks Off Campaign For Mayoral Run
    HARTFORD — City Councilman Joel Cruz kicked off his campaign for mayor Monday, saying he was seeking the job "to do right by my brothers and sisters in this city." "The reality of it all is that I know I'm young," said Cruz, 34, at a press...
  • Malloy Proposes Sales Tax Cut In Next Fiscal Year

    Malloy Proposes Sales Tax Cut In Next Fiscal Year
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed a cut in the state's sales tax both this year and in the future - surprising legislators and insiders Sunday in a tough budget year. The sales tax would be reduced from its current rate of 6.35 percent down to 6.2...
  • Hartford Releases Details Of Downtown, Stadium Projects

    Hartford Releases Details Of Downtown, Stadium Projects
    HARTFORD — The city's agreements with the developers of a $350 million project that includes a minor league baseball stadium and the owners of the New Britain Rock Cats allow the city occasional free use of the stadium, stipulate that "Hartford"...
  • Luke Bronin: Plow Hartford's Streets Better

    Luke Bronin: Plow Hartford's Streets Better
    As snow has fallen on the capital city at a steady pace this season, Luke Bronin, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's former chief counsel, is now calling for the Hartford streets to be plowed better. Bronin, a Yale Law School graduate and Rhodes Scholar who is...
  • Snow, Ice Hamper Travel; Another Storm Developing For Thursday

    Snow, Ice Hamper Travel; Another Storm Developing For Thursday
    For the third Monday in a row, as much as a foot of snow fell on parts of Connecticut. Snowfall, which began Sunday night in northern and interior Connecticut, caused problems for commuters headed to work Monday. At the shoreline, it was ice instead of...
  • Feds Rate Condition Of Hartford's Levees And Flood Control System As 'Unacceptable'

    Feds Rate Condition Of Hartford's Levees And Flood Control System As 'Unacceptable'
    Federal inspectors have flunked the city of Hartford on its maintenance – or lack of it – on a massive system of levees, conduits and other installations that guard an estimated $1 billion worth of buildings and urban infrastructure from...