After an extensive search that started in January, Mayor Pedro Segarra and Chairman of the Hartford Board of Education Richard Wareing announced Monday that Dr. Beth Schiavino-Narvaez was selected from a pair of finalists to be the new leader of Hartford schools.
Hartford’s mayor announces he is firing the leader of the city’s 9-1-1 system, effective today.
A Hartford Courant reports shows that top Hartford officials are not being shy about using their city-issued credit cards, even while the city faces a $70 million budget shortfall for the current fiscal year. WTIC’s […]
In his state of the city speech this evening, the mayor of Hartford discussed the financial challenges facing the city, as it prepares a budget. The city has a projected $70-million deficit.
A gun buyback program is taking place this weekend in Hartford. It’s the fourth year city officials and the hospitals are taking part in an effort to get unwanted guns off the streets. Last year, […]
The city of Hartford and the Bike Walk Connecticut organization are encouraging commuters to ride their bikes to work.
In Hartford, Pedro Segarra, who took over as the capital city’s mayor after former Mayor Eddie Perez was convicted on corruption charges, won after he was endorsed by both Democrats and Republicans.
The budget proposal totals $547-million. That is an increase of less than one percent from last year.
The number of murders in Hartford declined in 2010. About 26 percent fewer people were killed, than the year before.
By Matt Dwyer In a rally with dozens of students at West Middle School in Hartford today, The Hartford insurance company’s top executive announced the firm will spend $7-million over five years, to help the […]