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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Ballpark Naming Rights An Issue In Hartford Candidate Forum

    Ballpark Naming Rights An Issue In Hartford Candidate Forum
    HARTFORD — A day after Mayor Pedro Segarra and Rock Cats officials announced that Dunkin' Donuts won the naming rights for the city's new ballpark, an opponent criticized Segarra for not disclosing Hartford's share of the sponsorship revenue. Luke...
  • Why Keep Dunkin's Ballpark Naming Fee A Secret?

    Why Keep Dunkin's Ballpark Naming Fee A Secret?
    Another head-scratcher at Hartford city hall: On Wednesday, city officials and Hartford Yard Goats owner Josh Solomon held a press conference outside city hall to announce that the team has granted naming rights for the city's new minor league baseball...
  • A Day After Hartford Police Shooting, City Leaders Opt For Openness

    A Day After Hartford Police Shooting, City Leaders Opt For Openness
    HARTFORD — Sensitive to public concerns about the Tuesday night shooting of a man armed with two knives, police on Wednesday released the 911 call that prompted their response, recordings of officers' radio transmissions leading up to the shooting...
  • Hartford Baseball Stadium Named Dunkin' Donuts Park

    Hartford Baseball Stadium Named Dunkin' Donuts Park
    HARTFORD — The minor league baseball stadium under construction north of downtown will be known as Dunkin' Donuts Park, although how much the coffee giant is paying for the naming rights is being kept secret for now. Mayor Pedro Segarra and team...
  • Name Of Hartford Baseball Stadium To Be Announced Today

    Name Of Hartford Baseball Stadium To Be Announced Today
    HARTFORD - City officials are expected to annouce the official name of the Hartford Baseball Stadium Wednesday afternoon where the Hartford Yard Goats will play. Mayor Pedro Segarra is expected to reveal the stadium's name at a 12:30 p.m. press...
  • Aponte To Run For Hartford Probate Judge

    Aponte To Run For Hartford Probate Judge
    City Councilman Alexander Aponte won't seek another term on the panel, instead he announced Tuesday his intention to run for Hartford probate judge. If elected, Aponte, a Democrat and the council's majority leader, would succeed longtime Probate Judge...
  • Hartford Seeks To Start Citywide Youth Athletics Initiative

    Hartford Seeks To Start Citywide Youth Athletics Initiative
    HARTFORD — The city may soon have a sports czar to oversee what would be the first extensive youth athletics program administered in partnership with the public schools, officials said. The city council has approved $90,000 toward management...
  • Sharpton Pledges $1,000 To Hartford Memorial At Anti-Violence Rally

    Sharpton Pledges $1,000 To Hartford Memorial At Anti-Violence Rally
    HARTFORD — As a local pastor boisterously proclaimed that the Rev. Al Sharpton was a hypocrite, Sharpton calmly pulled $1,000 out of his wallet. He said that his $1,000, and all the money raised at an anti-violence march and rally Saturday that...
  • Al Sharpton To Join Hartford Anti-Violence March, Rally

    HARTFORD — The Rev. Al Sharpton will come to Hartford on Saturday to be part of a daylong event aimed at stopping violence in the city. Concerned Pastors of Greater Hartford will host the event, billed as a "Movement To Stop The Violence & Cease...
  • About 100 Rally Against Violence In Hartford

    About 100 Rally Against Violence In Hartford
    HARTFORD — About 100 people attended a Rally For Peace and Progress Wednesday evening, reacting to a recent spate of violence in which four people have been killed by gunfire and another stabbed to death since May 16. Seven other people have...
  • Health Team Takes Top Prize In Hartford's Strong Cities Contest

    Health Team Takes Top Prize In Hartford's Strong Cities Contest
    HARTFORD — Minutes after his team won the top prize of $500,000 Friday in a city economic development competition, Mark Borton was still trying to absorb it all and deal with the question on most people's minds. So what comes next? "Jobs,...