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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Hartford Case Shows Ex-Cons' Tough Road

    Kennard Ray doesn't have to worry about including Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra on his Christmas list. Ray already gave his gift — an abrupt resignation after recently being named deputy chief of staff. Kennard has a criminal record and was...
  • State Launches Probe Of Troubled Doc Hurley Foundation

    State Launches Probe Of Troubled Doc Hurley Foundation
    HARTFORD — The state Attorney General's office and the Department of Consumer Protection launched a joint investigation Monday into the Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation, pledging to unravel the troubled nonprofit's finances while also working to...
  • Small Business Saturday, A Nationwide Effort Facing Headwinds

    Small Business Saturday, A Nationwide Effort Facing Headwinds
    Take a look at Small Business Saturday if you want a great illustration of how hard it is to change Americans' shopping habits. The moniker for the day after Black Friday was launched three years ago by American Express as a corporate-driven "grass...
  • City Hall Should Have Known New Aide's Criminal Record

    This didn't have to happen. In a well-run office, it wouldn't have. Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra was made to look hapless and, well, incompetent this week when the just-appointed deputy chief of staff in the mayor's office withdrew as his criminal...
  • Jim Shea: Foley Cementing New Yorkers Support for CT Governor's Race?

    Tom Foley was back in the news this past week, and it had nothing to with his driving, or reports that he had become deceased, which he hadn't. This time Foley's appearance in the news was, I guess you would call it, self inflicted. He suddenly appeared...
  • Clearer Hartford Streets This Winter, We Hope

    Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra has declared that the city needs "to be better prepared for the severe weather we know is imminent." It's good to know that the mayor is now voicing what those who live, work and visit the city have complained about for a...
  • Tormenta deja de 4 a 9 pulgadas de nieve durante la mayor parte del estado

    Una tormenta de invierno que comenzó tarde en la mañana del sábado dejó entre cuatro y nueve pulgadas de nieve en gran parte del estado antes de ir disminuyendo temprano el domingo. La porción sureste del estado acumulo de tres a cinco pulgadas de...
  • Trayvon Martin Case Fuels Call To Action

    There are many deeply troubling things about the murder of Trayvon Martin, not least of which is that, three months after George Zimmerman was found innocent, we seem to have stopped troubling ourselves about it. You remember what happened. Trayvon, a...
  • Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto

    Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto
    The school board Tuesday night rejected Superintendent Christina Kishimoto's request for a two-year contract extension that would have kept her in charge of Hartford's education reform efforts through mid-2016. Mayor Pedro Segarra said that he was "very...
  • Enough With Hartford's Take-Home Cars

    Another day, another adventure, courtesy of city auditors, in Hartford's culture of sloppiness. This time it involves cars. When Mayor Pedro Segarra's former chief of staff was discovered using his city car in July after he left city service, city...
  • Questions Swirl Over City Treasurer, Insurance Broker

    Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra and top school officials are dead right in asking city auditors to clear the air on whether city Treasurer Adam Cloud had a conflict of interest in allegedly moving a city insurance policy from one broker to another one,...