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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.

Population: 124512
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 News
'Cloud 9': Cross-Gender Casting Keeps This Tale of Sexual Politics Fresh

Hartford Stage presents "Cloud 9" through March 19, with a cast that includes actors, from left to right: Tom Pecinka, Chandler Williams, Sarah Le and Emily Gunyou Halaas. Hartford Stage presents "Cloud 9" through March 19, with a cast that includes actors, from left to right: Tom Pecinka, Chandler Williams, Sarah Le and Emily Gunyou Halaas.

Archdiocese Decision Delayed On Parish Closings, Mergers

It could be a few more months before Roman Catholic churches in the Archdiocese of Hartford learn whether they will be among the 100 parishes that will be closed or merged this year, church officials said Thursday.

Hartford School Board Back To Full Capacity With Two New Members

Hartford residents Juan M. Hernandez, director of the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion at the University of New Haven, and city official Kim Oliver were sworn in to the nine-person board Tuesday and were among the members who voted to adopt an action plan to reform how Hartford schools identify and report child abuse and neglect. Other pressing issues the board faces in the coming months include choosing a new superintendent, approving a city education budget during Hartford's fiscal crisis, and restarting discussions on the controversial topic of school consolidation.

To Combat Potholes, Hartford Launches App

Jason Craig tamps down while Emmitt Durham shovels some hot mix asphalt along Capitol Avenue in Hartford. File Photo - Jason Craig tamps down while Emmitt Durham shovels some hot mix asphalt along Capitol Avenue in Hartford.

Child Advocate Prepared To Address Lawmakers On Hartford Teen's Death, DCF Actions

As family members and friends prepare to bury Matthew Tirado, concerns are hardening over why the state's child-protection department, long involved with the teen's mother, closed a neglect case shortly before the 17-year-old died, with broken bones and bruises and weighing 84 pounds. The Department of Children and Families closed an investigative file on Matthew's mother even though the teen, who had autism, hadn't been in school for months, and despite an abuse and neglect history on his mother's part that stretched back more than a decade, to when Matthew was six years old, according to prepared testimony from state Child Advocate Sarah Eagan.

Hartford Councilor Proposes Selling Dunkin' Donuts Stadium Prior To Yard Goats' Opener

More than two years after the city announced it would build a taxpayer-funded minor league ballpark, one of the project's major detractors is still urging Hartford leaders to abandon the plan. But rather than halt construction of the facility, Councilman Larry Deutsch wants officials to sell it just two months before the first game is played there.

Hartford Adds 16 Recruits In First Police Class of Fiscal Year

After months of delay, the city this week welcomed its first class of police recruits for the fiscal year, officials said. The class of 16 began their instruction early Tuesday, according to Mayor Luke Bronin.

NY man enters guilty plea to heroin distribution following overdose death in Greenwich

A 21-year-old out of Brooklyn, NY entered a guilty plea Tuesday in Hartford after facing heroin distribution charges in result of an overdose death investigation in Greenwich, CT from 2015. Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Michael J. Ferguson, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, announced today that Isaiah Hart pled guilty before U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, heroin.

Hartford, Windsor And Bloomfield Voting In Special Senate Election

Voters in Hartford, Windsor and Bloomfield will decide who the next state senator from the second district is at a special election scheduled for Tuesday. Three candidates are vying to fill the seat left vacant by Eric Coleman , who resigned in January to pursue a judgeship.

UberEATS Food Delivery App Launches In Hartford

UberEATS, a division of the popular ride-sharing service, officially launches Thursday as a new food delivery option in the Hartford market. More than 70 restaurants have signed on with UberEATS in Greater Hartford, with delivery service available from partner eateries in the city and surrounding towns, stretching west to New Britain and as far east as Manchester.

Malloy issues guidelines on sweeping immigration changes

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy delivers his budget address to members of the house and senate inside the Hall of the House at the state Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017. less FILE - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy delivers his budget address to members of the house and senate inside the Hall of the House at the state Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017.

Chris Stapleton Announces Hartford Show, Pixies Coming To College Street

Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show arrives at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford on July 15 at 7 p.m. OneRepublic performs at the Xfinity Theatre on Aug. 2 at 8 p.m., with Fitz and the Tantrums and James Arthur opening. livenation.com Roger Waters' US + THEM Tour arrives at the XL Center in Hartford on Sept.

Ski Report: Despite Warmer Temps, Snow Still Enjoyable

"We do not depend on Mother Nature," explains Jarrod Moss, who is part of the mountain operations at Ski Sundown in New Hartford. "Two feet of snow a couple weeks ago is a great shot in the arm and it's making conditions fantastic.

Second suspect arrested; accused in 2016 murder of Rutgers student

A second man wanted in connection with the 2016 shooting death of a Rutgers student in Newark has been arrested. Fraynned Ramirez, 25, of Hartford, Connecticut was arrested Tuesday in the Dominican Republican.

Hartford Line From Hartford To Springfield, Mass. Gets $50 Million In Bonding

The state has approved $50 million in bonding to advance work on the Hartford to Springfield, Mass.

Weather Warmup On The Way

Tuesday won't be as warm. The day started out cold and will be sunny to party cloudy, with a high of 47 degrees.

Hartford Schools Chief Presents Plan To Repair Reporting Practices

A somber city school board adopted an action plan Tuesday night that pledges to repair widespread chasms that have allowed suspected abuse and neglect of students in the Hartford Public Schools to potentially go unreported for years. "The first step is admitting you have a problem," board member Karen Taylor said.

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