Remember when Cityline noted that the city of Hartford’s website was hacked? Three days later, the site is still down.
Maribel La Luz, the mayor’s spokeswoman, told Cityline Tuesday afternoon that the city is “continuing to strengthen our website security. In IT this is referred to [as] ‘hardening a website.’”
We’ve reached out to [...]
President Barack Obama will give a gun control speech this afternoon at the University of Hartford, four days after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed new legislation into law and ahead of the U.S. Senate’s debate on gun measures.
As Christine Dempsey reported, residents and commuters should expect delays from about 4 to 7 [...]
L. John Van Norden, the city’s deputy corporation counsel, will be admitted to the state bar, city officials said Monday.
The state’s office of the chief disciplinary counsel, responding to an anonymous complaint, had opened an investigation into Van Norden, who was not licensed to practice law in Connecticut, according to an e-mail sent by [...]
Valda G. Washington, the city’s director of human resources, has been placed on paid “personal” leave, effective Monday, sources with knowledge of the situation said.
Jared Kupiec, the mayor’s chief of staff, sent an e-mail to the city council Tuesday morning notifying them of Washington’s status. He did not say why she was placed on [...]
PEDRO E. SEGARRA
Text for Mayor Pedro E. Segarra
State of the City
March 11, 2013
Thank you Council President Wooden, Majority Leader Aponte, Minority Leader Deutsch, distinguished members of the Court of Common Council, guests, friends and family.
Thank you for your commitment to making Hartford a better place to [...]
Our colleagues Matthew Kauffman, Josh Kovner and Dave Altimari revealed in an important series, “Fragile Lives; Needless Deaths,” that abuse or neglect was cited in the deaths of 76 developmentally disabled people in state care from 2004 to 2010. These people lived in public and government-financed private institutions, including group homes in Greater Hartford, [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
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