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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

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Runners and walkers of all ages can join My Sisters' Place on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 9 a.m. and race to end homelessness.

School Bus Driver Arrested After He Left Wethersfield Boy, 6, On Bus

A school bus driver who left a bus with a 6-year-old inside in June was arrested Tuesday, police said. Guillermo Garcia, 34, of Linden Street in East Hartford was charged with risk of injury to a child and second-degree reckless endangerment, they said.

Hartford Council Eases Crackdown On Sick Day Payouts

Hartford has hired a lawyer as city officials begin navigating the complex system of bankruptcy. The city is facing a $65 million shortfall this year and it remains unclear whether it will receive any additional state aid.

Police refusing to say whether troopers were disciplined

Connecticut State Police are refusing to say whether they disciplined a trooper and two sergeants accused of fabricating charges against a sobriety checkpoint protester. Connecticut State Police are refusing to say whether they disciplined a trooper and two sergeants accused of fabricating charges against a sobriety checkpoint protester.

Police refuse to say if accused troopers were disciplined

Connecticut State Police are refusing to say whether they disciplined a trooper and two sergeants accused of fabricating charges against a sobriety checkpoint protester. Connecticut State Police are refusing to say whether they disciplined a trooper and two sergeants accused of fabricating charges against a sobriety checkpoint protester.

West Hartford Resident Named New Foodshare President

Jason Jakubowski was less than a week into his new job as president and chief executive officer of the Bloomfield-based Foodshare, but he already felt like he was part of the family. Jakubowski, a New Britain native and West Hartford resident, left his job as vice president for external relations at the Hospital for Special Care in New Britain and started at Foodshare on July 31. He was drawn to Foodshare throughout the interview process by the staff's passion for hunger and anti-poverty issues that comprise the nonprofit's mission.

Hartford, CT, With Its Finances in Disarray, Veers Toward Bankruptcy

The problems in Hartford are similar to some other cities across the United States that have sought relief through bankruptcy: its tax base and population have shrunk and its pension obligations and debts have piled up. City officials, who are confronting a budget deficit approaching $50 million, have already made deep cuts in services, sought concessions from labor unions representing public employees and have taken steps, such as hiring lawyers, to position the city to be able to file for bankruptcy.

Blumenthal tells Connecticut brewers he's got their back

HARTFORD >> Connecticut craft brewers are concerned that a merger of two of the nation's biggest beermakers will have chilling effect on their business. Representatives from about two-dozen small breweries from around Connecticut met with U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal Monday afternoon to discuss their concerns about the $107 billion merger between Anheuser Busch InBev and SAB Miller.

Hartford Councilors Submit Legislation To Halt Library Branch Closures

Three city council members introduced an effort Monday night to halt the closure of three library branches, adding their political weight to an already robust public outcry. Councilman Larry Deutsch and Councilwomen Wildaliz Bermudez and Cynthia Jennings, all members of the Working Families Party, submitted a resolution that calls for the closure of the Goodwin, Blue Hills and Mark Twain branches to be delayed until "adequate and accessible service plans, facilities and programs have been accepted by neighborhood communities and are built and operational."

Malloy: CTTransit bus service will expand to the UConn Storrs campus beginning August 31

Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James P. Redeker last week announced that beginning August 13, the existing CTtransit bus route that services destinations between Hartford and Tolland is expanding further east and will now include new stops in Storrs. The route extension will - for the first time ever - provide UConn students, faculty, and staff the ability to connect to the main UConn campus in Storrs, the downtown Hartford campus, and UConn Health in Farmington via public transit, in addition to a wide variety of other destinations in between.

Sonic the Hedgehog is now a symbol of the anti-fascist resistance and we're here for it

Sonic, SEGA's iconic and adorable racing videogame hedgehog - who even has a protein named after him - has become the symbol of anti-facist resistance and we're so here for it. It all started after U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal shared a photo of himself speaking at a peaceful rally in West Hartford, Connecticut, just one of many vigils and solidarity marches across the country in reaction to Charlottesville violence .

ABC Discovers: Digital Talent Competition Announces Sabrina Texidor As 2017 Winner

After numerous submissions from across the country, the 2017 ABC Discovers: Digital Talent Competition has named Sabrina Texidor as the U.S. winner. The competition was narrowed down to nine finalists and the West Hartford, Connecticut native won the grand prize of a one year $25,000 talent deal with ABC.

More than spectacle: Eclipses create science and so can you

This photo provided by Bob Baer and Sarah Kovac, participants in the Citizen CATE Experiment, shows a "diamond ring" shape during the 2016 total solar eclipse in Indonesia.

Hundreds gather at Connecticut rallies in New London, West Hartford for Charlottesville victims

Connecticut activists preached love and tolerance at a rally Sunday in West Hartford that drew hundreds in solidarity with the victims of the violence that erupted during a white nationalist rally in Virginia on Saturday. "If you want this country to be what you want it to be, you must stand up," Art Miller, a Catholic clergyman said.

Hartford police officer acts as liaison to LGBTQ community

A portrait of Officer Kelly Baerga at the Hartford Public Safety Complex, July 25, 2017. As the LGBTQ Liaison, Baerga, hopes to improve connections with the LGBTQ community and the police through mentorship programs and community outreach.

Officials: Exhumation of killers from vet cemeteries is rare

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