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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Hartford's Mayor Segarra Hires Two New Re-Election Campaign Leaders

    Hartford's Mayor Segarra Hires Two New Re-Election Campaign Leaders
    HARTFORD — In an effort to reboot his struggling bid for another term as mayor, Pedro Segarra has hired two new officials to lead his campaign. On Wednesday, he named Michael T. Bland his campaign director and William Kampfman his field director....
  • Former Probate Judge Robert Killian To Run For Hartford Mayor

    Former Probate Judge Robert Killian To Run For Hartford Mayor
    HARTFORD — Longtime Probate Judge Robert Killian Jr. announced his intention to run for mayor Friday. He is the fifth candidate to enter the race. His announcement came the same day he retired as probate judge after 30 years in the position....
  • Brown Rudnick Annual Red Wine Night Tradition Continues

    Brown Rudnick Annual Red Wine Night Tradition Continues
    It started "illegally," or so the tale goes. It was just a few dozen political "friends," paella from Costa del Sol and a case of donated red wine in a Capitol caucus room. But then, one of its hosts, Tom Ritter, became Speaker of the House and the...
  • Hartford Fire Department Cited For 'Serious' Safety Violations In Blaze That Killed Firefighter

    Hartford Fire Department Cited For 'Serious' Safety Violations In Blaze That Killed Firefighter
    HARTFORD — The Hartford Fire Department has been cited for five "serious" violations by state Department of Labor officials investigating the fire that claimed the life of firefighter Kevin Bell. The violations, issued by Conn-OSHA and obtained...
  • Rally Backs Fines For Employers Paying Less Than $15 An Hour

    Rally Backs Fines For Employers Paying Less Than $15 An Hour
    HARTFORD — Mayors and legislators on Thursday rallied support for a bill that would fine large employers who pay their employees less than $15 an hour to reimburse the cost to the state for social services those employees are using. Sen. Marilyn...
  • Malloy Seeks $2M Extra For School Diversionary Program

    Malloy Seeks $2M Extra For School Diversionary Program
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday said his "Second Chance Society" plan to change how the state treats low-level crimes would include more funding to steer students toward counseling and away from juvenile detention. Malloy's proposal,...
  • Hartford Fire Department Task Force Again Focuses On Training

    Hartford Fire Department Task Force Again Focuses On Training
    HARTFORD — As with most of its meetings since January, the task force looking into disciplinary issues at the city fire department and the October death of a firefighter in the line of duty focused again Thursday on training and staffing. The task...
  • Hartford Creates Website To Help Businesses Find City Residents To Hire

    Hartford Creates Website To Help Businesses Find City Residents To Hire
    HARTFORD — The City of Hartford has launched an online resume database to help employers find city residents to hire. This will become more important in coming months, as Mayor Pedro Segarra has said there will be mandates for construction...
  • Segarra's Chief of Staff To Run His Re-Election Campaign

    Segarra's Chief of Staff To Run His Re-Election Campaign
    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra's chief of staff is taking a leave of absence to serve as chairman of Segarra's re-election bid, the campaign announced Monday. Juan A. Figueroa will leave his position as chief of staff on April 10, according to the...
  • Hartford Fire Chief Announces National Search For Assistant, Despite Three Finalists

    Hartford Fire Chief Announces National Search For Assistant, Despite Three Finalists
    HARTFORD — City Fire Chief Carlos Huertas has decided against naming any of the three finalists for the assistant chief's position to the post and has instead decided to initiate a national search. Huertas notified the candidates of his decision...
  • A Bad Week Lands Hartford On The Rocks

    A Bad Week Lands Hartford On The Rocks
    Here are some things that happened in Hartford in the last week or so. Workers accidentally spray-painted 16 of the 36 boulders in Stone Field Sculpture, a famous and much-debated work by sculptor Carl Andre. The workers were apparently marking utilities...