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Located on the Connecticut River, north of the center of the state. Almost 400 years old, Hartford is among the oldest cities in the U.S., and the daily Hartford Courant newspaper is the country's oldest continuously published newspaper, founded in 1764. Nicknamed the "Insurance Capital of the World," Hartford houses many of the world's insurance company headquarters, and insurance remains the region's major industry.
Local Newspapers: Hartford Courant
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) Uconn (football)
Local Colleges: Trinty College University of Conn (various campus)
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Towns/Cities near hartford, connecticut : Blue Hills Barry Square South End Wethersfield Newington Central Manchester Wilson
Hartford Archdiocese Names New Archivist
Archives in the basement of the Archdiocese of Hartford's offices, often handwritten, are a record of what the Catholic district has done in its 175-year history. Entries in ledgers record donations from parishes in places like Norwich and Fairfield County that became their own dioceses as the number of Catholics in the state grew.Image problem? Some cities end their role in A&E's - Live PD'
A crew from the television program "Live PD," a reality show by the A&E Network, records an officer from the Bridgeport Police Department while on patrol in Bridgeport, Conn. Some law enforcement agencies, including the Bridgeport Police, have ended their agreements to be on the show after local government leaders concluded the national spotlight on criminal activity overshadowed the positive things happening in their hometowns.Hartford Police search for suspect in fatal hit and run
HARTFORD, Conn. 0- Hartford Police are looking for the driver who struck and killed a woman and then fled the scene on Sunday afternoon.Jewish Community Launches Food Drive for Families Displaced by Hurricane
Thousands of Puerto Rican and other Caribbean individuals and families displaced by Hurricane Maria are expected to come to Greater Hartford to begin a new life. More than 1,300 have already arrived.The 45th Annual Connecticut Spring Antiques Show Returns to Hartford in March
The 45th Annual Connecticut Spring Antiques Show, "an American treasure trove", returns to the Hartford Armory, 360 Broad St., Hartford on March 24 and 25. Admission is $15 with free parking. Long known and admired for its focus on early American furniture and decorative arts, the show is continuing to add new items including folk art, primitives and garden objects to appeal to a broader audience.Pedophiles on Television and They Live Next Door
In the "Law & Order" franchise, producer Dick Wolf presents plot lines "ripped from the headlines." In the process, many controversial issues are explored.Hartford Plan Geared To Help All Schools, But Parents Say Don't Close Mine
For Hartford Superintendent Leslie Torres-Rodriguez, her school consolidation plan is all about doing what's best overall for the city's ailing school system, but for parents it often comes down to one school - their child's. So when Torres-Rodriguez took her proposal for consolidating city schools on the road last week, which she has said will save money and improve the quality of education, she heard no praise from the parents and students whose schools have been targeted for closure, relocation or re-use.In the Early Morning, Run Free Hartford Takes Over the Riverfront in Hartford
Run Free Hartford is a small but dedicated group of runners who hit the pavement at Mortensen Riverfront Plaza every Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m. The group is free and adheres to one motto: Just Show Up. Run Free Hartford is a small but dedicated group of runners who hit the pavement at Mortensen Riverfront Plaza every Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m. The group is free and adheres to one motto: Just Show Up.Lisa Chedekel, An Accomplished, Dogged Journalist, Dies At 57
Lisa Chedekel, seen here in 2007, was an acclaimed Connecticut journalist who affected change and shone a light on wrongdoing through her work. She passed away this weekend after a fight with cancer.Winterfest Hartford Reopens Next Weekend
The reopening of the rink was originally scheduled for this Sunday and Monday, but Champions Ice Management postponed the event after Friday's heavy rain.Shooting, stabbing victims found on same scene in Hartford
Related Coverage HARTFORD, Conn. - On Saturday morning, Hartford Police responded to 768 Maple Avenue on a serious assault complaint.'Heat And Dust,' 'Romeo And Juliet' At Cinestudio
Cinestudio, on the campus of Trinity College in Hartford, shows a classic film about love and scandal and female oppression. "Heat and Dust," directed in 1982 by James Ivory, from the novel by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, tells the story of a woman living in India in the 1920s.Brother Of Victim A Suspect In Hartford Fatal Stabbing
A 21-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Hartford's Clay Arsenal neighborhood early Saturday morning in an apparent domestic incident, police say. The victim's juvenile brother was at the scene when police arrived and taken into custody as a suspect, Deputy Chief Brian Foley said.Community Input Sought On Ideas For UConn Property; UConn Keeping Options Open
West Hartford is still searching for a plan on what to do with the vacant UConn property on Trout Brook Drive. West Hartford is still searching for a plan on what to do with the vacant UConn property on Trout Brook Drive.Hartford orchestra celebrates Scotland at weekend concerts
The Hartford Symphony Orchestra presents a "Scottish Fantasy" Jan. 19-21, featuring Maestro Stefan Sanderling, Gareth Johnson on violin and Mike MacNintch on highland bagpipes, above. The Hartford Symphony Orchestra presents a "Scottish Fantasy" Jan. 19-21, featuring Maestro Stefan Sanderling, Gareth Johnson on violin and Mike MacNintch on highland bagpipes, above.The Hartford and Travelers Among Companies Offering Bonuses Due to New Tax Law
Hartford, Conn.-based The Hartford and New York City-headquartered Travelers confirmed they are among several companies giving their employees bonuses of $1,000 each if they earn $75,000 or less annually as a result of what U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin has called "the most significant tax cuts and reform package in over three decades." "We wanted to ensure that some of the benefit from the recently passed tax legislation would also go directly and immediately to those employees who are primarily on the front-line, serving our customers every day," Marty Gervasi, head of human resources at The Hartford, told Insurance Journal in an emailed statement.Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim speaks outside the Capitol building Wednesday in Hartford.
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim smiles as he waits for his paperwork at the Elections Enforcement Commission where he announced his candidacy of governor in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
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