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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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Documentary About CT's Jewish Farmers At Charter Oak

Charter Oak Cultural Center, 21 Charter Oak Ave. in Hartford, will show a documentary about local farmers and hold a discussion with the filmmaker. "Harvesting Stones: The Jewish Farmers Of Eastern Connecticut" tells the story of Jewish immigrants fleeing Czarist Russia in the 1890s who came to the Nutmeg State and bought farms.

Roots-Rock Band Lucero To Perform At Infinity Hartford

This year marks two decades of making music for Memphis roots-rockers Lucero. Doug Sahm once sang "You just can't live in Texas if you don't have a lot of soul."

High School Students Using 3D Printers To Make Prosthetic Hands

Raymond Ma and Jackson O'Sullivan are two of the students in Anthony Truss' engineering class who are working to make prosthetic hands with a 3D printer. The hands will be given to e-NABLE, who will distribute them to children worldwide.

Vinny Vella: All Eyes Are On Hartford's Chief Rosado As He Gets To Work

With his sons Diego and Esai Rosado , and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin clapping, David Rosado is congratulated by his wife, Denise, after she pinned his badge as Hartford's new police chief. With his sons Diego and Esai Rosado , and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin clapping, David Rosado is congratulated by his wife, Denise, after she pinned his badge as Hartford's new police chief.

Connecticut reports 20 more flu deaths

To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: HARTFORD - Connecticut health officials say 20 more people including a second child have died from the flu in the state, bringing the total to 97 for the season.

Man overdoses on heroin while in hospital; girlfriend charged

Hartford police have arrested a woman after they say she provided her boyfriend with heroin while he was in the hospital. Officers responded to St. Francis Hospital in Hartford after a report of a heroin overdose in the Emergency Room.

Hometown Hero Bozie Stearns Has Helped The Homeless for Decades

For 21 years, 85-year-old Bozie Stearns has donated food and other essentials to the McKinney Shelter for homeless men in Hartford. Thanks to Stearns, the shelter staff have not had to buy bread for decades.

Court rejects request to return Kennedy cousin to prison

In this Feb. 24, 2016 file photo, Michael Skakel enters the state Supreme Court for a hearing, in Hartford, Conn. A request by prosecutors to revoke Skakel's bail and send him back to prison while his murder case appeal is pending has been rejected.

Hartford Mayor Looks to Regional State Leaders After Car Thefts and Crash Deaths

Police are looking for solutions after another stolen car crashed in Hartford on Wednesday. It's one of several crashes involving stolen cars in the Hartford area in recent weeks.

Lawmakers debut new "Connecticut Made" logo

Legislators unveiled a new "Connecticut Made" logo at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 to promote products created in the state.

The New Haven Chorale will perform at Bethesda Lutheran Church in New Haven on Feb. 25.

Sunday's hour-long concert by the New Haven Chorale at Bethesda Lutheran Church should be a vocal harvest amid the gray tones of February. And there's a Flower involved, too.

Poll: Still No Clear Leader in CT Governor's Race

With less than nine months before Election Day, a new poll shows there is still no clear front runner in the crowded race to be Connecticut's next governor.

Temperature records across southern New England smashed

The temperature in Boston climbed to 64 degrees late Wednesday morning, breaking the prior record for Feb. 21 of 63 set in 1906. The temperature in Hartford, Connecticut and Providence, Rhode Island also hit 64, breaking the prior record for the day of 63, both set in 1930.

Imagine Dragons Release New Single 'Next to Me,' Announce Extended Summer Tour with Grace VanderWaal

It's a good day to be an Imagine Dragons fan. Along with dropping the new single "Next to Me" on Wednesday , they've also announced extended tour dates for the summer, which will also include the 14-year-old indie folk-pop singer Grace Vanderwaal .

From The Streets Of Hartford To Penn State Associate Head Football Coach, Sean Spencer Keeps Rising

Sean Spencer of Hartford has made several stops but he is now the associate head football coach at Penn State. He points to his childhood as teaching him how to work and be tough Sean Spencer of Hartford has made several stops but he is now the associate head football coach at Penn State.

Vinny Vella: We Can't Ignore Sex Trafficking Cases On Our Doorstep

A recent affidavit filed in U.S. District Court detailed an alleged sex-trafficking case in Hartford. Advocates say more than 200 children were trafficked in Connecticut last year.

'Water Warriors' At Real Art Ways

The short documentary "Water Warriors" is about a town that fought a multinational corporation to save its land and water supply. The short documentary "Water Warriors" is about a town that fought a multinational corporation to save its land and water supply.

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