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  • Investigadores trabajan por determinar cómo murió bombero de la ciudad

    Investigadores trabajan por determinar cómo murió bombero de la ciudad
    Investigadores trabajaban el miércoles por determinar la causa del incendio del martes en el 598 Avenida Blue Hills, cómo murió el bombero Kevin Bell y el bombero Jason Martínez resultara quemado en el fuego. Bell, 48, un veterano de seis años, servía en...
  • Investigators Work To Determine How City Firefighter Died

    Investigators Work To Determine How City Firefighter Died
    HARTFORD — Fire investigators worked Wednesday to determine what caused the fire Tuesday night at 598 Blue Hills Ave. and how firefighter Kevin Bell was killed and firefighter Jason Martinez badly burned. Bell, 48, a six-year veteran, served with...
  • Hartford Council Finishes Hearings On Downtown North Plan

    Hartford Council Finishes Hearings On Downtown North Plan
    HARTFORD — The city council wrapped its hearings Monday on a controversial development project without a consensus from the public, but members said the hours spent listening to the residents was an accomplishment in itself. "I feel like I've...
  • Hartford Firefighter Died A Hero

    Hartford Firefighter Died A Hero
    The death this week of a Hartford firefighter reminds us that we are surrounded by brave men and women who, in protecting life and property, go to work not knowing what perils the day may bring. We owe these first responders — police,...
  • Hartford's Bond Rating Downgraded

    Hartford's Bond Rating Downgraded
    HARTFORD — Moody's Investors Service on Thursday downgraded the city's bond rating, citing Hartford's "weakened financial position" and noting that there are "narrow reserve levels that are expected to decline further." The city received an A2...
  • Necesito Ayuda: New Hotline For Spanish-Speaking Family Violence Victims

    Necesito Ayuda: New Hotline For Spanish-Speaking Family Violence Victims
    HARTFORD — Advocates for victims of domestic violence will introduce on Wednesday a new helpline dedicated to those who speak Spanish. The toll-free hotline — 844-831-9200 — will be answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by...
  • Hartford Superintendent To Teachers: Be 'All-In' For Students

    Hartford Superintendent To Teachers: Be 'All-In' For Students
    HARTFORD — Addressing all the city's teachers for the first time Monday, Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez called on them to be "all-in" for students — to be advocates and mentors to Hartford children and teens — while promising to...
  • Hartford Stage Opens 51st Season With New Seats, Renovations for Patrons

    Hartford Stage Opens 51st Season With New Seats, Renovations for Patrons
    The seats are springier, the lobby is spiffier and the ambience is perfect for setting a scene — or a play. That's the assessment of the theater execs, state and city politicians, funders and actors who checked out Hartford Stage at its renovation...
  • Hartford Redevelopment Group Transfers Land In Downtown North

    Hartford Redevelopment Group Transfers Land In Downtown North
    HARTFORD — A plan to develop vacant land north of downtown cleared a hurdle Wednesday when the Hartford Redevelopment Agency voted to transfer two properties to the city for use in the project. Three members backed the transfer, with one...
  • Economist: Downtown North Project To Create 1,000 Jobs

    Economist: Downtown North Project To Create 1,000 Jobs
    HARTFORD — A proposed $350 million development in the city's downtown north area that includes a minor league baseball stadium would create 1,000 to 1,300 permanent jobs throughout the state, most of those in Hartford County and more than a third in...
  • Hartford To Pay 8 Percent Annually For Stadium Project

    Hartford To Pay 8 Percent Annually For Stadium Project
    HARTFORD — The city would pay $3.77 million annually for the first five years it leases a minor league baseball stadium that is part of a sweeping redevelopment plan, according to projections in city documents and the developer's plan. For the...