Hartford’s Common Council Thursday formally accepted a resolution from Mayor Pedro Segarra outlining recommendations regarding the selection of DoNo Hartford, LLC as the preferred developer for the Downtown North properties.
Hartford police arrested 13 people today for causing a peaceful disturbance.
The Connecticut Association of Realtors says home sales were down last month compared to July of last year and the median price dropped as well.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – One man is charged after Hartford police say he shot at a man on a city street just before 12:30 Tuesday afternoon. During their arrest of 21-year-old Teekaram Persaud in a […]
(HARTFORD,Conn./CBS Connecticut) – 12 firearms were turned in during Hartford’s latest gun buy back Saturday.It was this summer’s second buy back in the city. 3 pistols, 6 revolvers ,2 shotguns and a rifle were exchanged […]
Today at the Pope Park Arroyo Center in Hartford authorities will be giving out gift cards in exchange for guns.
The Infinity Hall Music Hall and Bistro was officially opened today, at the Front Street development in Hartford.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – This evening, community leaders, police, and clergy will be holding an anti-violence forum in Hartford. Dubbed “No More Fear”, the mission is to bring people together to exchange ideas and try […]
Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra is pledging a thorough investigation of a police officer’s use of a stun gun on a city teenager, whose family calls the use of force unnecessary.
The city’s Department o Health and Human Services said the insects were trapped August 12 in Keeney Park.