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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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Hartford News
Research says marijuana might improve sex drive for some

Does WEED boost your libido? Experts explain why marijuana joints and lubes may make sex feel more intense for longer for some - but 'turn off' others Marijuana has been portrayed in our culture as a way to suppress nausea, treat nerve pain and of course to get high . Its use is documented in India and China as far back as the seventh century and, in the 1890s, American marriage guides recommended cannabis for help in boosting sex drive.

Amanda Powell Named Bloomfield's Teacher Of The Year

Now Powell, who started her teaching career at Bloomfield High School seven years ago, can add "teacher of the year." "We had a lot of teachers of color who were female so I could see myself" becoming a teacher too, said Powell, who is black.

Mexican Man Caught With $260K In Car Sentenced For Heroin Trafficking In CT

A Mexican national is set to spend the next four years behind bars before being deported after pleading guilty to trafficking heroin in Connecticut. John Durham, the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that 44-year-old Onel Arana-Gervacio - also known as Arana Ricardo Leon Cepeda - has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, one kilogram or more of heroin, and one count of illegal reentry.

Chamber Meeting Focuses On Unity

Chair William Broneill greets incoming Chair Bob Pagani and new board members Michael Keiser and Kevin O'Brien. The chamber's annual business meeting was held at The Adams Mill Restaurant and reflected on the past year's successes, inducted new officers, and celebrated members.

Community News For The West Hartford Edition

Runners and walkers of all ages are invited to join My Sisters' Place on Sunday, Sept. 16, at 9 a.m. and race to end homelessness.

Feds: Police Target Gang Members, Dealers In City, East Hartford; 9 Arrested

Heavily armed police officers targeted drug-dealing gang members in an operation that seized guns and drugs from five locations in Hartford and East Hartford Tuesday, a U.S. Attorney spokesman said. Police seized two guns; about 150 grams, or 5.3 ounces, of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid; about 20 grams, or 0.7 of an ounce, of crack cocaine, and other narcotics, Carson said.

State Pleased with Day One of Hartford Line

Figures for the first day of regular service, Monday, were not immediately available. While staff from CT Rail, the group principally in charge of the Hartford Line is tallying people every day, Amtrak reports ridership differently.

West Hartford Residents React: A Lot Of Trash Talk About New Garbage Proposal

Comments spurred by a recommendation that the town council consider an 18-month pilot pay-as-you-throw trash disposal program included opposition, some support and town councilors' email addresses being circulated. Residents currently pay for trash and recycling collection through their taxes.

Study: Hartford Competitive In Office Costs, Though Businesses Hit By Pricey Energy

Hartford ranked about in the middle of 25 U.S. cities surveyed for administrative costs at financial service companies, hampered by high energy costs but benefiting from relatively low office rents, according to a recent consultant's study. The capital city will save millions of dollars for banks and insurance companies in comparison with pricier cities such as San Francisco and New York, but it's costlier than Nashville, Tenn., and Tampa, Fla., the report by The Boyd Co.

Newington Discusses Curbing Panhandling

Like many towns in Connecticut, Newington is looking at how it can keep an increasing amount of panhandling in town from becoming a bigger problem. At a town council meeting last week, councilors expressed an interest in getting a panhandling ordinance on the books to address safety concerns for pedestrians and motorists.

New chief justice sworn in, vows to focus on equal access

Richard Robinson, left, is sworn in by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy as Connecticut's first African-American chief justice of the state Supreme Court. Richard Robinson, left, is sworn in by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy as Connecticut's first African-American chief justice of the state Supreme Court.

Legally Blonde' on stage under the stars at Musicals at...

Elle Woods gets ready to take on Harvard Law School in "Legally Blonde," presented outdoors under the stars by Musicals at Richter in Danbury, June 29-July 14. Pictured with her from left, front, are Haley Huxley, Daisy Stott, Caitlin Burke and Kate Patton. From left, back, are Maddy Oldham, Sarah Baker, Margaret Buzak and Monica Castillo.

The Kids Are Hot! Hit One Of These Free Splash Pads In Greater Hartford

The hot weather is upon us, and on steamy days our heads go to "where can I take the kids to cool off?" There's the local public pool, but sometimes kids would rather just run around in the water somewhere other than the hose at home. And that time-honored "beat the heat" practice of opening a fire hydrant is difficult and, besides, you need permission.

Music To Fill Streets As Connecticut Joins Global Make Music Day

WNPR's Chion Wolf will lead a kazoo parade on Pratt Street at 1 p.m. The first day of summer is always a reason to celebrate, but this year June 21 marks another first - Make Music Connecticut , the state's debut as part of an international musical party. More than 800 cities will spend the day in song and dance on the streets and sidewalks, in parks and on plazas, and at major and not-so-major venues.

Rivlin pledges to assist Jordan River Village in getting assistance

President of Israel Reuven Rivlin meets with head of Jordan River Village and children who live there. . Timing is everything.

South End Residents In Hartford Say Police Not Doing Enough To Stop Prostitution And Drug Dealing

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin talks with residents at a meeting at St. Augustine Church to discuss crime and quality of life in the South End. Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin talks with residents at a meeting at St. Augustine Church to discuss crime and quality of life in the South End.

Danbury's Bordoy remains undefeated with sixth-round knockout

Boxer Omar Bordoy, right, is declared the winner by knockout in the sixth round of his fight against Alexander Picot at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford on Saturday. Boxer Omar Bordoy, right, is declared the winner by knockout in the sixth round of his fight against Alexander Picot at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford on Saturday.

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