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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

Hartford News
Operation E.L.F.

Connecticut National Guard Master Sgt. Lisa Young, left, of Bristol, Conn., attempts to check out while balancing a stack of toys her children picked out as their gift selections, during the annual holiday party for Operation E.L.F. at the William A. O'Neill Armory in Hartford, Conn., Saturday, December 16, 2017.

New Britain Police Identify Driver Shot By Police Thursday

New Britain police have identified the driver who was shot and killed by officers on Thursday as 20-year-old Zoe Dowdell of Bloomfield. Police say Dowdell drove his car toward officers as they tried to stop him in connection with a series of violent carjackings and street robberies.

Malloy to legislature: "Come in and do your job"

Related Coverage HARTFORD, Conn. - Governor Malloy says state lawmakers should address the ballooning deficit in the new state budget now and not wait until next month.

AAA Expecting Record-Breaking Holiday Travel Season

The end-of-the-year holiday travel forecast is another record breaker with AAA projecting a 3.1 percent increase in travel compared to last December. "Across the board this year, travel has increased year-over-year for every major holiday weekend - Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving - and we project the same for the year-end holiday period," said Amy Parmenter, spokesperson for AAA in Greater Hartford.

Hartford Man Pleads Guilty In Cold Case Murder

A 29-year-old Hartford man who was arrested on accessory and conspiracy to commit murder charges as a result of a grand jury investigation pleaded guilty Wednesday to first-degree manslaughter with a firearm and faces 12 years in prison. Ten jurors had been selected for Maldonado's trial when he opted to accept a plea offer negotiated by his lawyer, Norm Pattis, and prosecutor David Zagaja.

Hearing Set On'Systemic Failures' In Matthew Tirado Starvation Case

Katiria Tirado, 33, the Hartford mother charged in the death of her 17-year-old autistic son, Matthew Tirado, in Hartford Superior Court. The legislature's Children's Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday on the failure of several agencies to save his life.

UPS Delivery Delays Cause Headaches For Some Connecticut Consumers

Donna Lovallo, of Simsbury, brings a package into The UPS Store in West Hartford. Record-breaking online shopping sales and the ensuing crush of packages have left some Connecticut consumers experiencing frustrating delivery delays this holiday season.

Hartford Stage and Hartford Public Library Unveil New Program

Two Hartford institutions create a new community engagement project to give more city residents the chance to experience live theater. More here .

Photo: In this April 8, 2013, file photo, President Barac

In this April 8, 2013, file photo, President Barack Obama embraces Scarlett Lewis, mother of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Jesse Lewis, after speaking at in Hartford, Conn.

Hartford Police: Awards Overdue For 2 Long-Retired Officers

In the 1970s, John Barnas and Raymond Sullivan were patrol officers in the capital city, two members of a department committed to keeping residents safe. They shared one other, grim similarity: Both were injured in the line of duty, shot while responding to domestic disputes.

Florida firm acquires Westport insurance agency

Sachs Walsh Insurance President Teri Walsh, left, at a Westport Historical Society event in October 2017 in Westport, Conn., alongside Cathy Prins of Fairfield. Sachs Walsh Insurance President Teri Walsh, left, at a Westport Historical Society event in October 2017 in Westport, Conn., alongside Cathy Prins of Fairfield.

Blue Hills Hospital And Its 21 Detox Beds To Stay In Hartford

After months of uncertainty, a substance-abuse treatment facility will remain in Hartford.

5 years after Sandy Hook, mental health care worries linger

Five years after the Sandy Hook massacre, efforts to improve mental health care for young people have had mixed results.

Manchester Police Create LGBTQ Liaison

Police are reaching out to the LGBTQ community with creation of a liaison position and expansion of officers' training, department leaders announced Tuesday. The department's new policy is meant, in part, to provide clear direction to officers on how to treat lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

Statewide Narcotics Task Force Make Arrests Following Hartford Search Warrants

Hartford, CT : The Statewide Narcotics Task Force-North Central Office made several arrests following the execution of three narcotic-related Search and Seizure Warrants in Hartford. On December 7, 2017 the Statewide Narcotics Task Force-North Central Office, in conjunction with detectives from Statewide Narcotics Task Force -East Office and the Connecticut State Police Tactical Unit, executed three narcotics-related search warrants at 450 New Britain Ave, 102 Sherbrook Dr. and 136 Flatbush Ave. in Hartford.

Hartford Moves Closer to Hiring David Rosado As Next Police Chief

State police Lt. Col. David Rosado, seen here at a promotional ceremony in April 2016, is set to become the next chief of Hartford police.

Connecticut's The Hartford Promotes Bush to Oversee Personal Lines

The Hartford has announced that Stephanie Bush, who has led Small Commercial since July 2014, will expand her responsibilities to include oversight for Personal Lines. Sprague joined The Hartford in 1985 and has held leadership positions across the enterprise, most recently leading Personal Lines.

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