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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • City Opens Warming Centers As Severe Cold Hits Hartford

    City Opens Warming Centers As Severe Cold Hits Hartford
    The city of Hartford has opened five warming centers around the city as temperatures plunge below freezing this week, Mayor Pedro Segarra said. Tuesday's high in Hartford is expected to reach 22 degrees, while a low of -2 is forecasted for Wednesday,...
  • 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...
  • Hartford Parking Ban Lifted at 6 p.m. Monday

    Hartford Parking Ban Lifted at 6 p.m. Monday
    The city's parking ban was lifted on Monday evening -- 12 hours earlier than originally scheduled. City offices and Hartford Public Schools were closed Monday as snow continued to pound the state. With the parking ban ending at 6 p.m., cars in school...
  • 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...
  • Contaminated Hartford School To Remain Closed For Cleanup

    Contaminated Hartford School To Remain Closed For Cleanup
    HARTFORD — Clark Elementary School will be shut down for the rest of this academic year after testing revealed so many areas tainted with hazardous PCBs that it was impossible to pinpoint the exact source that is polluting the air, district...
  • Hartford Police, Officials Back Malloy's Second-Chance Initiatives

    Hartford Police, Officials Back Malloy's Second-Chance Initiatives
    HARTFORD — Members of the city's police department, community groups and faith-based organizations said Wednesday that they are backing a plan by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to make sweeping changes to Connecticut's drug laws, which include...
  • Hartford Council To Seek Body Cameras For Police

    Hartford Council To Seek Body Cameras For Police
    HARTFORD — City council members said Wednesday that they are moving forward with a proposal requiring Hartford police officers to wear body cameras. Under a measure sponsored by council President Shawn Wooden and Councilwoman Cynthia Jennings,...
  • Hartford DPW Director: Lack Of Travel Ban, Other Factors Hampered Plowing Efforts

    Hartford DPW Director: Lack Of Travel Ban, Other Factors Hampered Plowing Efforts
    Public Works Director Keith Chapman said the city's plowing efforts were hampered Monday by commuters on the roads. The lack of a state travel ban, coupled with low compliance with the city's parking ban, slowed the efforts, he said. But despite the...
  • Attorney To Run For Mayor Of Hartford

    Attorney To Run For Mayor Of Hartford
    HARTFORD — Another challenger surfaced Thursday in the race for the mayor's seat. John Q. Gale, a city-based attorney, said he will form a candidate committee to run against Mayor Pedro Segarra for the city's top post. Gale had already formed an...