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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Violent Protests Bypass Connecticut; Police Point To Training, Standards

    Violent Protests Bypass Connecticut; Police Point To Training, Standards
    Vigils have been held throughout the country and in Hartford this week in memory of two New York City police officers who were killed Dec. 20, marking a break in the anger toward law enforcement that has fueled nationwide protests for the past several...
  • Hartford Registrars Describe Office Disputes As Polling Place Probe Continues

    Hartford Registrars Describe Office Disputes As Polling Place Probe Continues
    HARTFORD — Two of the city's three registrars of voters on Tuesday described their office as a place of disarray, where police have been called in the midst of an argument and where two top officials are so at odds that one avoids reading the other'...
  • Challengers Aplenty In Hartford Mayoral Race

    Challengers Aplenty In Hartford Mayoral Race
    Usually when Hartford has an incumbent mayor poised to seek re-election, not much opposition surfaces. It's a one-party town, and the incumbent is thought to have party support. But this year, all bets seem to be off. Incumbent Mayor Pedro Segarra has...
  • Kee Borges To Resign As Hartford's Top Lawyer

    Kee Borges To Resign As Hartford's Top Lawyer
    HARTFORD — Saundra Kee Borges, who has served as the city's top lawyer for more than four years, announced Tuesday that she plans to resign. Her last day with the city is Jan. 30. Deputy Corporation Counsel Henri Alexandre will serve in the top...
  • Top 10 Connecticut Business Stories Of 2014

    Top 10 Connecticut Business Stories Of 2014
    Government activities dominated the Connecticut business scene and the Top Ten list of stories in 2014 even more than in the past. And the ranking doesn't even include the start of legalized marijuana sales in September. We didn't see large-scale...
  • In Sudden Switch, Deputy Hartford Fire Chief Back On Duty

    In Sudden Switch, Deputy Hartford Fire Chief Back On Duty
    HARTFORD — In a sudden turnabout Wednesday, the Hartford Fire Department reinstated Deputy Chief James McLoughlin to active duty. McLoughlin was placed on paid leave Dec. 10 and then moved to unpaid leave Dec. 14. Within an hour after the Courant...
  • Hartford Crafts New Plan To Save Money On Baseball Stadium Cost

    Hartford Crafts New Plan To Save Money On Baseball Stadium Cost
    HARTFORD — The city is moving to create a municipal authority to own and finance a $56 million minor league baseball stadium, a structure that city officials said would save millions of dollars during the life of the ballpark. The authority...
  • Council Refers Stadium Authority Plan To Committee

    Council Refers Stadium Authority Plan To Committee
    The city council held a special meeting Monday to take up the proposal to form a municipal authority that would own and finance a $56 million minor league baseball stadium. For more on that, click here. The council voted 7-1 to refer the proposal to...
  • Councilman Cruz To Run For Mayor

    Councilman Cruz To Run For Mayor
    City Councilman Joel Cruz said Tuesday that he plans to run for mayor of Hartford. Cruz, 34, was appointed to the council in August 2012 to fill the seat of Luis Cotto, who had departed for Cambridge, Mass. Cruz is serving out the remainder of Cotto's...
  • Thumbs Down On Fire Panel's Bad Start

    Thumbs Down On Fire Panel's Bad Start
    A heartfelt thumbs up to Stuart Scott, the great ESPN anchor who died Sunday after seven-year battle with cancer, and no heavyweight champion ever fought harder. Mr. Scott’s enthusiasm, style, intelligence and insight got the world to tune in to...
  • Hartford's Coltsville Moves Closer To National Park Status

     Hartford's Coltsville Moves Closer To National Park Status
    Legislation that would allow for the creation of a Coltsville National Park passed the House of Representatives on Thursday as part of the federal defense bill. The bill would allow for the establishment of a new unit within the National Park Service at...