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Four Developers Submit Proposals For Hartford North

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra has announced four developers have submitted proposals for a parcel of land north of downtown where a minor league baseball stadium could be built.


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Kee Borges Out As Interim Hartford COO, Will Stay On As Corp. Counsel

Two weeks after her city vehicle was involved in an accident,  Hartford’s Corporation Counsel has been relieved of her duties as acting Chief Operating Officer.  Saundra Kee Borges and her fiance, Deputy Fire Chief Terry […]


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Barber Kicked Out Of Park Can Continue Haircuts For Homeless

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra is allowing a barber to continue giving haircuts in a city park despite orders for him to leave from police and health officials.


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Mayor Vetoes Mandatory Furloughs, Restores Some Money For Police, Fire

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarro has vetoed the City Council’s call for mandatory furloughs of unclassified city workers, and has disapproved or reduced some of the Council’s other expenditures


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Mayor Bars Business Entertainment Charges On City-Issued Cards

Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra said Monday that he is prohibiting city employees from charging business entertainment expenses on their city-issued credit cards, based on new audit findings.


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School Safety Topic Of Hartford Conference

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Newtown First Selectman Patricia Llodra (LOH’-dra) have spoken about school safety at a Hartford conference that drew more than 400 people who work in or around schools.


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Hartford Welcomes Thousands For Sandy Hook “Run For The Families”

15-thousand runners crowded onto the streets of downtown Hartford Saturday for the 5-k “Sandy Hook Run for the Families,” organized by the Hartford Marathon Foundation.


Rendering, Hartford Public  Safety Complex (Courtesy City of Hartford)

First Public Safety Services Move Into New HQ

The first Hartford Police and Fire Services have moved in to the new Public Safety Complex at 253 High Street, and additional services will be moving in over the next few weeks.


Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Hartford’s Mayor Announces 14 Layoffs; 5 Positions Eliminated

Hartford’s mayor has announced the city has laid off 15 employees and eliminated another five positions as part of his budget-balancing effort.


Connecticut Public Figures On Jim Calhoun

Connecticut public officials Thursday paid tribute to retiring UConn Men’s Basketball Coach Jim Cahoun and offered their support for the new coach Kevin Ollie. Click here for a sampling.