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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
Waterproofing Underlies Plaza Snow-Melt System
Hartford, Connecticut, is no stranger to winter weather. There is about a 30 percent chance the ground will be white on any given day, and snowstorms with accumulation of a foot or more are not uncommon.Driver Says She Was Injured After State Slow Plow Hit Car
Vanessa Irizarry said the plow driver left the scene and she wants the state to pay for her injuries and the full cost of repairing her car. Vanessa Irizarry said the plow driver left the scene and she wants the state to pay for her injuries and the full cost of repairing her car.Your Stories: New Shops at Corbins in West Hartford Reveal Plans for Grand Openings
Work is nearly done at the new buildings at Corbins Corner in West Hartford and some businesses said they plan to open next month while others plan to open sometime this summer. Hundreds of viewers called in to tell us "Your Stories" during our Connect-a-Thon last month and several viewers wanted to know when the new shops are set to open at the site of the old Sears and Sears Automotive shops, which were demolished in May 2017.Tribes still dead set against modified casino-expansion bill
Hartford - Up until lawmakers last Friday modified a casino-expansion bill that would have upended the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes' East Windsor casino project, the tribes were "100 percent against" the proposed legislation. Now, with the provision that would have repealed the East Windsor casino authorization removed from the bill, the tribes are "99 percent against it," Rodney Butler, the Mashantucket chairman, said Thursday.Eluding Deportation, New Britain Couple Takes Sanctuary In Old Lyme
The New Britain couple that sought to escape deportation Monday night took refuge in the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, the congregation announced Thursday. Malik Naveed bin Rehman and his wife, Zahida Altaf, will live at the church while they await resolution of a court appeal and a possible stay from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.Fire-n-Spice Closes Sisson Avenue Location; Expands Capitol Avenue Hours
Fire-n-Spice, a popular Hartford restaurant known for its flavorful Jamaican-influenced vegan fare, has closed its Sisson Avenue location and, for now, will focus its efforts on serving breakfast, lunch and dinner at its second restaurant on Capitol Avenue.Frank Mitchell Helps People Hold Difficult Conversations About Race, Culture And Equity
Frank Mitchell runs the Amistad Center for Art and Culture, a collection of African-American arts and historical documents that is housed at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Frank Mitchell runs the Amistad Center for Art and Culture, a collection of African-American arts and historical documents that is housed at the Wadsworth Atheneum.Apricots Equipment Auctioned Off; Wood-n-Tap To Move In
Five months after abruptly closing its doors , equipment and memorabilia at Apricots Restaurant was auctioned off Tuesday as the property prepares to transition to new ownership. Hartford Restaurant Group confirmed Wednesday it will move its Farmington Avenue Wood-n-Tap to the Apricots site.Connecticut Residents Prepare For 'March For Our Lives' In Hartford And Washington, D.C.
JoAnn Moran, right, and Molly Jacobs, artists with the New Haven-based organization School Murals, hold signs for the upcoming March for Our Lives at a recent "protest lab," or sign-making workshop. JoAnn Moran, right, and Molly Jacobs, artists with the New Haven-based organization School Murals, hold signs for the upcoming March for Our Lives at a recent "protest lab," or sign-making workshop.Nighttime Fire Shuts Down Stretch Of Farmington Avenue In Hartford
Firefighters quickly put out a fire in a South Marshall Street apartment building Wednesday night, but Farmington Avenue traffic was diverted temporarily. Smoke was pouring out of the building, and firefighters had to run hoses across Farmington Avenue to reach the inside.Nor'easter Spares Central Connecticut; Storm Far Weaker Than Feared
"He loves the snow," says Craig Budwitz, of Hartford, about Jack, his 7-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier as they take their daily walk through Bushnell Park in Hartford on Wednesday morning before a snowstorm approached central Connecticut. "He loves the snow," says Craig Budwitz, of Hartford, about Jack, his 7-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier as they take their daily walk through Bushnell Park in Hartford on Wednesday morning before a snowstorm approached central Connecticut.G-Eazy, Kurt Vile Announce Connecticut Dates
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy gave his support for a new contract for home care workers that would raise their minimum pay to $16.25 by 2020 at a press conference at the Capitol in Hartford on Tuesday. Malloy was joined by home workers from the Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union and a bipartisan group of legislators.Convict Who Won Civil Rights Suit Fights State Effort To Seize Money To Pay For Incarceration
An inmate who won $300,000 in a civil rights suit against a prison guard is challenging a state law that allows Connecticut authorities to seize legal judgments and other assets from prison inmates and apply the money to the costs of their incarceration. Inmate Rashad Williams, convicted of an attempted murder, is arguing that the state law is at odds with - and an obstacle to the enforcement of - federal civil rights law, which allows victims to collect damages, as he did, from prison guards or other officials who violate their rights.India-based IT firm to open Hartford hub
Infosys President Ravi Kumar announced the creation of a new innovation and technology hub in Hartford at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn on Wednesday March 14, 2018, with Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin and Governor Dannel P. Malloy. less Infosys President Ravi Kumar announced the creation of a new innovation and technology hub in Hartford at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn on Wednesday March 14, 2018, with Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin ... more Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced Infosys, a global IT firm, will open an innovation and technology hub in Hartford, joined by Infosys leaders and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin , in a press conference at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn.Legislative Committee Will Consider Bill Legalizing Marijuana Thursday
Hartford, Ct. - 02/07/2018 - Cody Roberts and Joseph Toth , advocates for the legalization of marijuana, walk through the hall of the Legislative Office Building past Connecticut State Senator Craig Miner on opening day of the 2018 legislative session. The idea's been floated before, but recreational marijuana's backers have so far been unable to convince the Land of Steady Habits to legalize a new one.How To Get Tickets To See 'Hamilton' At The Bushnell
The Bushnell welcomes the award-winning hip-hop musical sensation "Hamilton" as part of its 2018-19 Broadway series. Tickets may be hard, but not impossible, to get.
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