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Monthly Archives: January 2012
The Market at Hartford 21 was open for just six months in downtown Hartford. And as WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, the failed grocery store still owes money to vendors — and the city.
Teen birth rates are on the decline nationwide. But as part of a collaboration with the Connecticut Health Investigative Team, WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports that the rate of teen births among Hispanics In Hartford is staggering.
It’s been more than a decade since another governor tried to remake the state’s capital city with more than a billion dollars of investment. As WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, now Governor Dannel Malloy wants to leave a mark, too.
Last week, Mayor Pedro Segarra appointed himself and five others to city’s board of education, replacing five appointees of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez.
Today, Council President Shawn Wooden said he plans to hold confirmation hearings. The press release is below. Continue reading
A federal lawsuit filed this week alleges that the state doesn’t have enough people to process Medicaid applications in a timely way. As WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, advocates say that means thousands of low-income residents are left without access to healthcare.