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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • City: Changes In The Works At Troubled DPW

     City: Changes In The Works At Troubled DPW
    HARTFORD — City officials say they have implemented safeguards and made changes to correct problems in the public works department that were outlined in an independent evaluation earlier this year. But it could take longer to change the overall...
  • Hooker Day Parade Spreads Mirth In Downtown Hartford

    Hooker Day Parade Spreads Mirth In Downtown Hartford
    HARTFORD — The annual Hooker Day parade brought thousands to downtown Hartford Saturday for mirth, spectacular music and a talented group of young dancers who won the award for best unit in the parade. Although relatively small, the parade...
  • 'Toxic' Hartford Public Works Needs Cleanup

    'Toxic' Hartford Public Works Needs Cleanup
    It's easy to understand why city hall wouldn't want to make public an evaluation of parts of Hartford's Department of Public Works. The report, dated March 1, was given only to Mayor Pedro Segarra and the city's chief operating officer until NBC...
  • Hartford Council OKs Stadium Plan

    Hartford Council OKs Stadium Plan
    Hartford will press ahead with a sweeping development plan to bring housing, retail, a brewery and a 9,000-spectator minor league ballpark to long-vacant land north of downtown. The city council approved the $350 million project Tuesday, capping four...
  • Downtown North Chance To Enhance Transit

    Downtown North Chance To Enhance Transit
    Hartford's Downtown North project certainly has the potential to "expand the size of downtown as well as its residential and commercial base, provide first-rate entertainment in the summer months and make the city more attractive to young workers," as The...
  • Consejo de Hartford aprueba plan para estadio

    Consejo de Hartford aprueba plan para estadio
    Hartford seguirá hacia adelante con un plan de desarrollo arrebatador para traer vivienda, venta al por menor, una cervecería y un estadio de béisbol de las ligas menores con capacidad para 9,000 espectadores, a lo largo de terrenos al norte del centro de...
  • Bill Clinton Comes To Hartford To Support Governor's Re-Election Bid

    Bill Clinton Comes To Hartford To Support Governor's Re-Election Bid
    HARTFORD — As the candidates head into the final three weeks of a tightly contested gubernatorial race, former President Bill Clinton visited the state for the second time during the campaign. He told supporters at a campaign rally that Democratic...
  • Bill Clinton llega a Hartford para apoyar reelección del gobernador

    Bill Clinton llega a Hartford para apoyar reelección del gobernador
    El ex Presidente Bill Clinton visitó el estado por segunda vez durante la campaña para gobernador según los candidatos se dirigen hacia las últimas tres semanas en la carrera firmemente impugnada. El le dijo a partidarios en una campaña de rally que el...
  • Thousands Gather To Mourn Hartford Firefighter

    Thousands Gather To Mourn Hartford Firefighter
    BLOOMFIELD — The many facets of Kevin Bell's life — musician, devoted family man and Hartford firefighter — were remembered and honored Monday at his funeral at First Cathedral. Outside the church, as far as the eye could see, there...
  • More Fire Station Honorees?

    While I applaud Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's idea to rename the Blue Hills fire station in honor of Kevin Bell, I have a suggestion. Why not also rename a firehouse in memory and honor of Thomas Fischer, who lost his life 40 years ago this past...
  • Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project

    Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project
    One of the most important questions about the $350 million Hartford Downtown North project — how much of the construction work will be guaranteed for union labor — remains up in the air as the city council prepares to hand Mayor Pedro...