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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Refrigerators, Garbage: Issues That Cost City Firefighter New Job

     Refrigerators, Garbage: Issues That Cost City Firefighter New Job
    HARTFORD — Among the complaints Hartford Fire Chief Carlos Huertas had about a lieutenant's short-lived reign as the department's spokesman were that he failed to make sure garbage cans were emptied and the refrigerator was working, documents...
  • Bushnell Tower Apartment Make Over, Simple, Comfortable

    Bushnell Tower Apartment Make Over, Simple, Comfortable
    Local realty listings are littered with McMansions. Those who once opted for bigger-is-better now find that less-is-more fits their need and many have re-discovered urban living. For Robin Jaffee Frank and husband Robert Frank, Robin's appointment as...
  • 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...
  • Hartford Would Lose $2.6M In Malloy Plan

    Hartford Would Lose $2.6M In Malloy Plan
    HARTFORD — Hartford would lose about $2.6 million in state aid under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed biennial budget. The city is getting $255.91 million in state aid this year and would receive about $253.32 in 2016 and 2017, according to...
  • WECA Hosts Annual Neighborhood Dine Around

    WECA Hosts Annual Neighborhood Dine Around
    Among the long list of things that make winter a bummer in these parts is the fact that there is no over-the-fence kibitzing and impromptu socializing with neighbors. Hartford's West End Civic Association has an app, rather an appetizer, as well as a...
  • Hal Holbrook: A 90th Birthday To Remember In Hartford

    Hal Holbrook: A 90th Birthday To Remember In Hartford
    It was a 90th birthday to remember for iconic film and stage actor Hal Holbrook Tuesday as he entertained a nearly sold-out audience at the Bushnell with his award-winning "Mark Twain Tonight!" show, gathering up gifts and good wishes including...
  • Shovels Hit The Ground At Stadium Site In Hartford

    Shovels Hit The Ground At Stadium Site In Hartford
    HARTFORD — Shovels hit the dirt Tuesday, marking the first step toward construction of the $56 million minor league baseball stadium north of downtown Hartford. The project must be substantially completed by March 2016, according to city...
  • Coming Soon: A Wonderful Ballpark (And The Usual Pessimism)

    Coming Soon: A Wonderful Ballpark (And The Usual Pessimism)
    This Tuesday in mid-February dawned much closer to Ice Station Zebra than Fort Myers. The day was snowy. The day was single-digit frigid. In other words, for Rock Cats owner Josh Solomon and those who are bringing professional baseball back to...
  • Liam McGee, Former CEO Of The Hartford, Dies Of Cancer

    Liam McGee, Former CEO Of The Hartford, Dies Of Cancer
    HARTFORD — Liam E. McGee, who led The Hartford insurance company through a transformation after the 2008 financial crisis and helped rid the city of one of its most visible eyesores, died Friday. He was 60. McGee was CEO from Oct. 1, 2009, through...
  • Hartford Ballpark Bond Sale Could Save City $22M

    Hartford Ballpark Bond Sale Could Save City $22M
    HARTFORD — By Tuesday afternoon, when Mayor Pedro Segarra plants a shovel into ceremonial dirt for Hartford's ballpark, the city most likely will have the results of the controversial bond sale to pay for the venue. The upshot will be that...
  • Hartford Councilman Kicks Off Campaign For Mayoral Run

    Hartford Councilman Kicks Off Campaign For Mayoral Run
    HARTFORD — City Councilman Joel Cruz kicked off his campaign for mayor Monday, saying he was seeking the job "to do right by my brothers and sisters in this city." "The reality of it all is that I know I'm young," said Cruz, 34, at a press...