City officials said Thursday that they’re prepared for a snow storm that could drop three to six inches on the northern half of Connecticut beginning Saturday afternoon.
Mayor Pedro Segarra will open the city’s emergency operations center (located in the new public safety complex on High Street) if Hartford is expected to receive eight or [...]
The sun is shining. It is Valentine’s Day. And there is lots happening today in the city of Hartford.
First, you may have noticed that school buses carrying children were back on the streets this morning after the extended blizzard break. Yesterday I spent time at Milner School, where free lunches were offered to city [...]
Crews worked in shifts through the night Tuesday into Wednesday, widening main arterial streets downtown and hauling large amounts of snow out of neighborhood streets, city officials said.
On Tuesday evening, officials said that 100 percent of city streets were “passable”–meaning cars could get through–but they acknowledged that many of the streets were still narrow, [...]
We just heard from schools spokesman David Medina and he confirmed that all Hartford public schools will remain closed Wednesday.
“We have schools that are ready to go but access getting to schools is very difficult,” Medina said. Some factors include neighborhood sidewalks still blocked with snow, he said, and the challenge of buses picking up [...]
Hartford public schools spokesman David Medina said Tuesday afternoon that after “careful consideration” the city’s public schools will remain closed Wednesday.
Mayor Pedro Segarra is set to update city residents and the media on the storm cleanup efforts at 5 p.m. at the public safety complex, 253 High St. The citywide parking ban remains in [...]
Mayor Pedro Segarra is telling residents Saturday to keep off the streets and for good reason. Yes, there is a statewide ban on travel. But on a practical note, do you want your car stuck on Broad Street and likely towed as plows try to clear the way?
Roads are impassable throughout much [...]
Let it be known: At about 8:45 a.m., the first snowflakes of Blizzard 2013 began to fall in the capital city.
By now, you probably heard that city schools are closed today. The parks are closed. Hartford Public Library also announced that its locations will be closed today and Saturday, reopening on Sunday with [...]
William “Billy” Kearns, a 32-year veteran of the Hartford Police Department, died Sunday at Riverside Health and Rehabilitation Center in East Hartford. He was 86.
Our colleague Steven Goode wrote about the man nicknamed ”2412 Kearns,” a reference to the state statute on DUIs. By 1959, Kearns had made more than 250 DUI arrests [...]
Cities and towns would receive more money for capital improvement projects and education, but lose out on funding for other government operations under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed budget, unveiled Wednesday.
Malloy’s budget seems to dictate how towns and cities should use state money more-so than previous budgets. For example: the proposal eliminates reimbursements to [...]
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