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Eddie A. Perez

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  • Details Of Grand Jury Report Post-poned For One Week.

    People in Hartford and around the State will have to wait until next Monday to find out if the public will get a look at the grand jury report tied to Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez. New Britain Superior Court Judge Dennis Eveleigh has served as the one-man...
  • Hartford Students Scoring Big On Standardized Tests

    Both the Mayor and Superintendent of schools say Hartford is on the right track and they've got the test results to prove it. For the second straight year, standardized test results have increased in the Capital City, proof; Mayor Eddie Perez and...
  • Grand Juror Investigating Allegations Of Corruption In Hartford Finds Evidence Of 2 Crimes

    Grand Juror Investigating Allegations Of Corruption In Hartford Finds Evidence Of 2 Crimes
    The judge investigating allegations of corruption in the administration of Mayor Eddie A. Perez has found sufficient evidence that another person committed two crimes, according to a letter filed with the courts Tuesday. The letter was from attorney John...
  • A Year Later, Would Bystanders Lend Hand?

    Angel Arce Torres was hit by a car and left lying in the middle of Park Street as bystanders watched, former Deputy Mayor Nicholas Carbone was savagely beaten and robbed, and the badly decomposed body of a man was found in the basement of the man's...
  • Heading Back To School

    All across the state, students hopped on big, yellow school buses and bid adieu to summer. A new school year has begun and more than 23,000 students in Hartford are back in class. The pressure is on for teachers, students and administrators in Hartford...
  • Settlement Between Hartford And Waterford Group

    More than two years ago, labor disputes at the Hartford Marriott Downtown marred the hotel's opening, chasing away some business from it and the Connecticut Convention Center next door. Wrapped up in the tussle was a legal fight between the city and...
  • August 31, 2008

    HISTORY IN THE MAKING With Democrat Barack Obama one step closer to possibly becoming the Nation's first Black President, Congressman John Larson talks about his party's new united front but will it be enough to win come November? Guest: Congressman...
  • Hartford Considering 20 Percent Cut In Staff

    To dig out of a multimillion-dollar deficit, Hartford leaders are considering cutting 20 percent of the city's workforce - exempting public safety staff - by fall. In a draft report circulated at city hall Tuesday, officials contemplate offering...
  • Hartford Takes Credit Cards From City Employees

    Hartford Takes Credit Cards From City Employees By JEFFREY COHEN |Courant Staff Writer As part of its effort to close an anticipated $8 million hole in its $547 million budget, the city of Hartford has decided to revoke credit cards from all city...
  • August 24, 2008

    * Democrats in Denver * Immigration Controversy * Lowering the Drinking Age Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on Fox 61 & 11 a.m. on CW 20 August 24, 2008 Democrats in Denver As Democrats get ready to take the stage in Denver, a new poll shows the Presidential race...
  • Rapper and Youths March Downtown

    Rapper Bow Wow and a group of teenagers marched from the Artists Collective on Albany Ave.  to Capital Community College in downtown Hartford today to bolster voter registration and support, especially young people.   The rapper had done similar...
  • 'Mayor Mike' Dies At 60; Struggled With Liver Damage

    Mike Peters, the wise-cracking fireman who, over four terms as mayor, helped lift Hartford from a political, financial and crime-ridden funk, died just before 8 p.m. Sunday following a struggle with liver failure, family members said. He was 60. Peters...