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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
State Institute Praises Police Effort To Address Traffic-Stop Concerns in Hartford

Months after taking police in the capital city to task for allegedly underreporting traffic-stop data, a state-funded research institute has praised the department's efforts to address its concerns. Ken Barone, a project manager at the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy, told members of the Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project Advisory Board on Thursday that Hartford has "instituted different mechanisms to ensure the data is reported in a more timely manner and in a more accurate manner moving forward."

'The Future Is Our Solution': David Polgar Questions The Implications Of Tech Advances

Technology is sending ripples through our psyche that wash ashore in changes to our behavior, said David Ryan Polgar, a self-described tech ethicist in West Hartford.

The Heat Continues But A Near Perfect Saturday Is In The Forecast

"This will be an official heat wave" Thursday, Fox 61 meteorologist Dan Amarante said Wednesday night. "Those temperatures are again going to go up to 90." A heat wave, at least three days of temperatures at or above 90, is sticking around until at least Thursday.

Pratt and Whitney Shows off Connecticut Craftsmanship in D.C.

Workers and leaders from Pratt and Whitney, one of the nation's largest engine manufacturers, showed off the company's top-selling engine during a visit to Washington D.C. on Wednesday. The Geared Turbofan Engine for commercial aircraft has been in service for a year, and after 200,000 flight hours, has proven to be remarkably popular in the competitive commercial aerospace sector.

Two teenagers charged in murder of man in Hartford

Hartford Police officers were called to the intersection of Garden Street and Westland Street around 2 p.m. after the ShotSpotter system activated for four shots fired. Once officers arrived, they found 63-year-old Jeffrey Worrell suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.

Dozens Mourn 'Senseless' Killing Of North End Man At Vigil

Mike Wendus got a call from Jeff Worrell on Sunday morning. He didn't answer it, letting his old friend leave a voicemail.

Guest Blogger - #EdublogsClub Prompt 27

This post is part of the #EdublogsClub - a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt.

Proposal Would Slash Paid Staff for Hartford City Council

John Gale, the panel's assistant majority leader, is pushing to rewrite a decade-old ordinance that allows all nine members to have assistants. The aides currently earn $50,000 each.

Hartford Police: Driver Who Rammed Police Car Arrested

Jorge Burgos, 18, of Blue Hills Avenue in Hartford was arrested on South Marshall Street Tuesday afternoon and charged with criminal attempt to commit first-degree assault, reckless driving, first-degree larceny, second-degree criminal mischief and evading responsibility, police said. He was wanted for questioning in connection with Sunday's fatal shooting in the city, but police do not believe Burgos was the shooter, Deputy Chief Brian Foley said Wednesday morning.

Back-To-Back Radio Music Fests At CT Convention Center

This summer's Radio 104 Fest will feature headlining bands 311, pictured, and New Politics Saturday, July 22 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. This summer's Radio 104 Fest will feature headlining bands 311, pictured, and New Politics Saturday, July 22 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

Hartford Unveils Plans For New Frog Hollow Library

Residents of the city's Frog Hollow neighborhood were given a glimpse Tuesday into what their library branch will soon become. Representatives from the Hartford Public Library joined architects from TSKP Studio in unveiling the design of the new Park Street branch, which will be raised on the property currently occupied by the Lyric Theatre.

Rich kid's family says he killed grandfather, and maybe his mom for inheritance

HARTFORD, Conn. - The aunts of Nathan Carman are asking a New Hampshire court to declare him the murderer of his grandfather and bar him from receiving any of the proceeds from John Chakalos' $40 million estate.

Hartford, Conn. man gets jailtime after second arrest in 8 months on drug charges

A Connecticut man, arrested twice over an eight-month span on heroin distribution and conspiracy charges was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail after pleading guilty to his charges Wednesday. Brian A. Ducksworth, 26, of Hartford, appeared before Judge John Agostini in Berkshire Superior Court and pleaded to two counts each of possession of heroin with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate drug laws stemming from arrests on Dec. 14, 2015 and July 26, 2016.

Residents Of Hartford's Northeast Neighborhood Come Together In Wake Of Fatal Shooting

Community leaders in the Northeast neighborhood of the city say connecting with youth and their parents is among the most important factors in reducing violent crime after a daytime shooting that killed elderly Love Lane resident Jeffrey Worrell Sunday afternoon. "I can't program this stuff away.

Republicans say their budgets will create more labor savings

House Republican Minority Leader, State Rep. Themis Klarides, R-Seymour, responds Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., after unionized state workers announced they ratified labor concessions that would save the state about $1.5 billion over two years if approved by the General Assembly. House Republican Minority Leader, State Rep. Themis Klarides, R-Seymour, responds Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., after unionized state workers announced they ratified labor concessions that would save the state about $1.5 billion over two years if approved by the General Assembly.

A Simple, Unassuming 'Love's Labour's Lost' Outdoors At St. Joseph's

The Shakespeare comedy gets a pleasant outdoor presentation on the lawn of the University of St. Joseph through July 30. Review here . The Shakespeare comedy gets a pleasant outdoor presentation on the lawn of the University of St. Joseph through July 30. Review here .

Adults-Only: Booze-Infused Snow Cones, Slushies And Ice Pops

Imagine if the ice cream truck sold booze. This summer, we've noticed a few local restaurants and bars are remixing some nostalgic treats into cocktails: liquored-up snow cones, slushie machines filled with wine and rum, and ice pops that play nicely with bubbly.

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