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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Shootings Continue: Man Takes Bullet To Face In Hartford

    Shootings Continue: Man Takes Bullet To Face In Hartford
    HARTFORD — A 25-year-old man shot in the face and abdomen Saturday during an argument with another man over a woman was in critical but stable condition at a local hospital, police said. The suspected shooter is in custody after driving himself...
  • Hartford Approves $533.8M Budget That Keeps Tax Rate Flat

    Hartford Approves $533.8M Budget That Keeps Tax Rate Flat
    HARTFORD — The city council on Wednesday adopted a $533.8 million budget for the coming fiscal year that keeps the tax rate flat and doesn't require layoffs, but relies on $13 million from an education account to help offset a deficit. The council...
  • Segarra Calls For State Funds To Help Combat Violence

    Segarra Calls For State Funds To Help Combat Violence
    HARTFORD — After a burst of violence that has left five people dead in the span of two weeks, Mayor Pedro Segarra emerged from a meeting with community leaders Friday and said the city needs "some help." Segarra called for more state aid for...
  • Hartford School Board Adopts $429.3M Budget That Cuts Jobs

    Hartford School Board Adopts $429.3M Budget That Cuts Jobs
    HARTFORD — After settling a funding dispute with the city, the school board adopted a $429.3 million education budget Thursday night that eliminates 78 positions from the school system. Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez said that her first...
  • Hartford Is Getting Community Policing Right

    Hartford Is Getting Community Policing Right
    At the Charter Oak Cultural Center's annual gala recently, a half-dozen boys from city middle schools took the floor to perform a rap music number — with four Hartford police officers. They are part of a new program called "Good Vibrations," a...
  • As Segarra Meets Families, Critics Question Response

    As Segarra Meets Families, Critics Question Response
    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra said Thursday that following two especially violent weeks in the capital city, he has met with families of the victims, visited crime scenes and coordinated with police to address the rising tide of shootings and...
  • Amid Spate Of Hartford Shootings, Where's The Mayor?

    Amid Spate Of Hartford Shootings, Where's The Mayor?
    When a city is struck by a wave of violence, shouldn't the mayor be out walking the streets, rallying the troops, reassuring residents and business owners that everything possible is being done to stop it? Has anyone seen Mayor Pedro Segarra? Hartford...
  • Hartford Police Have Little To Say About Pastor's Shooting

    Hartford Police Have Little To Say About Pastor's Shooting
    HARTFORD — The shooting of a pastor outside a church on Capitol Avenue Sunday continues a string of gun violence in Hartford over the past several weeks. Since May 16, two men have died in fatal shootings, a 17-year-old male was shot and later...
  • Two More Candidates Join Hartford Mayor's Race

    Two More Candidates Join Hartford Mayor's Race
    Two more candidates have joined the race to be Hartford's next mayor. Theodore T. Cannon, 60, a Republican, filed papers earlier in May. He appeared with five other candidates at a forum in the city's West End on May 19. Giselle S. Jacobs, 50, did not...
  • Deal Reached Allowing City To Dip Into Hartford Schools Account

    Deal Reached Allowing City To Dip Into Hartford Schools Account
    HARTFORD — City and school leaders, locked for weeks in a dispute over millions of dollars in a special district account, said they have reached a tentative deal that would allow Mayor Pedro Segarra to use $13 million from the fund to balance his...
  • Hartford Council Shuffles Money In Budget, Expects To Adopt Plan Next Week

    Hartford Council Shuffles Money In Budget, Expects To Adopt Plan Next Week
    HARTFORD — The city council met to amend Mayor Pedro Segarra's spending plan Wednesday, but most of the heavy lifting was done a day earlier, when Segarra and education leaders struck a deal on the city's use of school funds to balance its budget....