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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
As One Of Connecticut's Rare Screamo Bands, foxtails Presses Forward

A few weeks ago, foxtails , a downstate screamo band, journeyed to Hartford to perform at Sarah's Coffee House , an Asylum Street storefront that sometimes curtails evening coffee sales to host weekend DIY shows. The band was miscast that night.

Butchers & Bakers: A Return To Scratch-Cooking Basics

Housemade breads, pizzas baked in a coal-fired oven, and plenty of shareable plates with local ingredients, all from Butchers and Bakers in Farmington. Read story here .

Trumpian Intrusion Unsettling In Powerful 'Heartbreak House' At Hartford Stage

Hartford Stage's Darko Tresnjak has directed George Bernard Shaw's feisty family drama "Heartbreak House" once before. Read story here .

Queer Prom A Safe Alternative For LGBT Teens

Prom organizers Linda Estabrook and Bill Petrosky talk about the 23rd annual Queer Prom to be held May 26 in West Hartford for ages 13 to 18. Prom organizers Linda Estabrook and Bill Petrosky talk about the 23rd annual Queer Prom to be held May 26 in West Hartford for ages 13 to 18. Hartford's Queer Prom was founded in the mid-'90s to let LGBT teens have a romantic prom date with their partner in a welcoming environment. Today same-sex couples are becoming more accepted at mainstream high-school proms.

Huntington School principal the latest to announce departure from Norwich school system

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Norwich – Samuel Huntington School Principal Siobhan O'Connor became the third Norwich Public Schools administrator to announce her departure at the end of this school year, citing a need to be closer to her family in the Hartford area. O'Connor will become principal of the Hillcrest School in Wethersfield July 1. O'Connor said Monday the sole motivation for the move was to be closer to her family, including two middle-school aged children, and avoid the long commute each day.

Not All Phone Chargers are Created Equally

The cause of a fire that left a West Hartford home damaged on Valentine's Day is "undetermined", but the town's fire marshal believes it may have to do with the compatibility between a cell phone and the charger it was plugged into. In the aftermath of Lillia Brown's home catching on fire, she told NBC Connecticut she's just happy to be alive.

Crumbling Concrete Foundations Will Be Addressed By Connecticut Legislature, Lawmakers Say

With two and a half weeks left in the session, lawmakers said Monday they are confident that they will pass a legislative solution of some kind for homeowners with failing foundations. At a press conference Monday morning, representatives from the Capitol Region Council of Government's committee on crumbling foundations urged lawmakers to take action before the session ends.

Hartford Debuts Municipal ID Card Program

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin and community leaders today launched the Hartford City ID Program, the new municipal identification card available to all eligible City of Hartford residents. The roll out was presented at the Hartford Public Library.

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'Glory, 'Panique' At Cinestudio

Cinestudio, at 300 Summit St. on the campus of Cinestudio in Hartford, is showing two unique films: a new comedy from Bulgaria and a classic French film noir. "Glory" tells the story of a simple man who is chosen to receive an award from the government, only to have the government official cheat him, sending him on a mission of retribution.

1662 Hartford Witch Trials Inspire Novel From Portland Author

Thirty years before the legendary Salem witch trials in 1692, Hartford had a witchcraft frenzy of its own. Not many people today know it happened.

Community News For The East Hartford Edition

The Town of East Hartford is advising property owners and motorists that the 2017 Road Improvement Project associated with the town's Road Improvement Program has been awarded to Tilcon Connecticut, Inc. of New Britain, Connecticut. Construction activities are scheduled to start in May and continue through November.

Motorcyclist Killed In Hartford Crash

The motorcyclist was riding on Ridgefield Street when his bike went off the road and slammed into a wooden guardrail near the Keney Park entrance, according to police.

1,000 Receive Diplomas At University Of Hartford Commencement

University of Hartford graduate Gabby Sinotte, 22, was born without a left hand. But she stands by her motto, "ten fingers are overrated".

a Black and Whitea Opens at Cooley Gallery, Saturday

'Passion fruit' by Christian Peltenburg Brechneff is featured in the new 'Black and White' exhibition opening May 27 at The Cooley Gallery. There are those days when you think "wouldn't it be nice if things were just a little simpler?" Black and White, an exhibition and sale of drawings, paintings and photographs in, you guessed it, black and white opens at The Cooley Gallery May 27 to July 2, with an opening reception on The Cooley Gallery has had over 30 years of representing the works of artists who were all about color, intensity, form and interplay but just thought it would look this exhibition a little differently and go back to basics.

Lawmakers urged to help crumbling foundation homeowners

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: HARTFORD - Regional officials are reminding state lawmakers it's urgent this session to provide assistance to eastern and central Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations. Both the executive director of the Capitol Region Council of Governments and chairman of a CRCOG committee studying the issue are scheduled to appear Monday at the Legislative Office Building to call on the General Assembly to pass a comprehensive plan.

UConn's New Downtown Campus Generates Rave Reviews At Big Mo' Fundraiser

Hundreds of people gathered at the University of Connecticut's new downtown campus Saturday evening for tours and to help raise money for Riverfront Recapture at its Big Mo' fundraiser. They liked what they saw.

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