Hartford Registrars Describe Office Disputes As Polling Place Probe Continues
HARTFORD ? Two of the city's three registrars of voters on Tuesday described their office as a place of disarray, where police have been called in the midst of an argument and where two top officials are so at odds that one avoids reading the other's emails.
Challengers Aplenty In Hartford Mayoral Race
Usually when Hartford has an incumbent mayor poised to seek re-election, not much opposition surfaces. It's a one-party town, and the incumbent is thought to have party support.
Testimony Begins In Hartford's Investigation Of Election Day Poll Problems
HARTFORD ? A committee charged with investigating Election Day mishaps began hearing testimony Monday, with employees from the Town and City Clerk's Office and the Secretary of the State's Office raising concerns about discrepancies in numbers reported by the city.
Violent Protests Bypass Connecticut; Police Point To Training, Standards
Vigils have been held throughout the country and in Hartford this week in memory of two New York City police officers who were killed Dec. 20, marking a break in the anger toward law enforcement that has fueled nationwide protests for the past several months.
Ollie Brings Court Vision To 'Jonathan's Dream Reimagined' Project
WEST HARTFORD ? Don't look for a press conference, a crowd or a smart, crisp suit the next time Kevin Ollie visits the site of "Jonathan's Dream."
Panel Probing Hartford Fire Meets Without Telling 2 Members, Public
HARTFORD ? A task force created by Mayor Pedro Segarra to look into recent criminal behavior in the Hartford Fire Department and a fire that left a firefighter dead met in secret Tuesday at city hall.
Enfield Man Arrested After Truck Strikes Multiple Buildings In West Hartford
WEST HARTFORD ? An Enfield man is facing numerous charges after he allegedly crashed a flatbed truck into a fire hydrant and two utility poles in Hartford, then went on to hit three apartment buildings and a parked car on Farmington Avenue before he was stopped by West Hartford officers.
Demographics complicate Hartford desegregation
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) ? The shrinking population of white students in Hartford's suburbs is complicating efforts to comply with Connecticut's landmark school desegregation settlement ? and even making it harder for some of the capital city's students to attend new schools created to help meet the racial integration goals set by the lawsuit 25 years ago.
Remembering Newtown Two Years Later
HARTFORD ? They filled a small chapel in this city to pray for peace on a day when quiet reflection across the state trumped candlelight vigils on town greens to mark two years since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.
Development Agency Seeking Another $60 Million From State For Hartford Apartments
HARTFORD ? The Capital Region Development Authority will seek another $60 million from the state for housing development in downtown to build on the latest wave of new apartment construction.