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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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Local Cops Badly Needed In Hartford

It might seem odd that Hartford's police department is struggling to recruit officers, given the job's decent pay and benefits.

Malloy throws support to Perez for national party chairman

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: HARTFORD - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is among those who backing former Labor Secretary Tom Perez to head the national Democratic Party. Malloy issued his endorsement on Saturday morning in tweet, saying he's proud to support Perez, who was later elected by the Democratic National Committee as the party's new chairman.

Hartford Overnight Crash Leaves One Dead

The suspect of a deadly overnight crash at the intersection of Main and Pavilion Street ran from the scene early Saturday morning, police said. Officers were on Main Street, about a block from the accidents location, when they saw a black Audi traveling at a high rate of speed, he said.

Jung Will Be Featured Guest At Art League Meeting

The Cheshire Art League's monthly meeting will be held in the Mary Baldwin Room of the Cheshire Public Library on Wednesday, March 1, at 6 p.m.The guest artist will be Hannah Jung. Hannah Jung was born in Seoul, South Korea and has been a Connecticut resident since 2000.

Moms With 'Baby Blues' Find Comfort In CT Support Groups

Adjustment to Baby Challenges Support Group for moms meet every other week to talk about postpartum "baby blues.' ' Former members '' Former participants Rachel Knapp , Amanda Salvo of Cheshire and Ashley Whitney of West Hartford recently met up again with co-founder Annie Keating-Scherer .

Friday was one of the warmest February days on record in CT

Temperatures soared into the 60s and 70s under sunny skies on Friday in Connecticut. The daily record high temperature was smashed by 5A in Bridgeport.

'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.

Michael Bannon to Host Puppetry and Animation at The Ballard Institute

As part of the 2017 Spring Puppet Forum Series, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will present a discussion with Michael Bannon, Director of Advertising Production for Bob's Discount Furniture, entitled Puppetry and Animation on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the Ballard Institute Theater, located at 1 Royce Circle in Storrs Center. This event is co-sponsored by UConn's Art and Art History Department.

Casino revenue would stop if tribes don't build next casino

Visitors to the Mohegan Sun casino play roulette in Uncasville, Connecticut, in this file photo. The Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequots, who own Foxwoods, have a joint venture to building a satellite casino north of Hartford.

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.

Hartford man charged with sex trafficking 3 minors

A Hartford man faced a federal grand jury in New Haven on Wednesday, who charged him with sex trafficking underage children. According to officials, 25 year-old Toney Kelsey, also known as "Blaze", with one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of a minor and three counts of sex trafficking of minors.

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.

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