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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
Hartford Schools Provided Healthcare To Those Ineligible

An audit found Hartford Public Schools provided health insurance to some recipients who were not eligible to receive the benefits. Hartford Public Schools employees claimed dozens of dependents who weren't eligible for the district's health insurance plan, according to a new audit by Secova, a management consulting company.

Bond Commission Greenlights Funding For Hartford's Sweeping Downtown North Project

A rendering of the Downtown North project, which would unfold in phases over several years. Work could begin as soon as May. A rendering of the Downtown North project, which would unfold in phases over several years.

Olzacki Named Superintendent of Region 14 Schools

Joseph Olzacki, who was the director of performing and visual arts for Bloomfield 's public schools from 2001 to 2013, has been named superintendent of schools for Regional School District 14, which includes the towns of Bethlehem and Woodbury. Olzacki was hired following a four-month national search that included multiple community forums, focus meetings and a stakeholder survey that guided the actions of the hiring committee.

Restriction On All-Night Gas Stations Pleases City Residents But Makes Business Difficult

"We've lost thirty-eight percent of our revenue," says Dominic Vallera, 36, who owns the Shell gas station on Capitol Avenue and several others in Hartford. "We've lost thirty-eight percent of our revenue," says Dominic Vallera, 36, who owns the Shell gas station on Capitol Avenue and several others in Hartford.

Hartford Community Sounds Off on Behavior of Police Officers

Many expressed concerns including police not showing respect to the community and officers not being held accountable for potential wrong-doing. "I think Hartford is literally crying out to us for us to stand up and do something and protect them and work with police department to protect the community that we're supposed to be protecting," said Hartford City Councilor Claudine Fox.

Warner Stage presents Christie mystery, REO Speedwagon show

American rock band REO Speedwagon, with drummer Bryan Hitt, lead vocalist and guitarist Kevin Cronin and pianist Neal Doughty perform at the Xfinity Center, Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018, in Mansfield, Mass. The band is scheduled to perform at the Warner Theatre in Torrington on Thursday, Sept.

Hartford Changes Rules For Pregnancy Crisis Centers

Hartford has passed an ordinance to prevent women who are seeking pregnancy advice from being deceived by facilities that do not have a licensed medical provider on site. Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin announced the Pregnancy Information Disclosure and Protection Ordinance Rule at City Hall Wednesday.

Nailed By Complaints: Issues Plaguing Connecticut Nail Salons

NBC Connecticut Investigates has found that nail salons across the state have been the subject of numerous complaints by customers who say they were injured during their manicures and pedicures. NBC Connecticut Investigates has found that nail salons across the state have been the subject of numerous complaints by customers who say they were injured during their manicures and pedicures.

Infy now plans to spread its wings in Europe, Australia

Even though North America still accounts for 60 per cent of Infosys's revenue, the company is starting to see good growth in Europe, which contributes around 25 per cent to the company's top line. Even Australia also has emerged to be a strategically important market, with a contribution of 10 per cent to the overall revenues.

Bysiewicz attacks Markley's record on women's issues

Bysiewicz organized a press conference outside the State Capitol in Hartford, that was joined by more than 20 Democratic-leaning activists, legislators and candidates, some especially critical of Markley's record. "On one hand, you have Susan Bysiewicz, an accomplished public servant with a record of fighting for all of us on everything from voting rights to healthcare," said Lindsay Farrell, executive director of the Working Families Party.

TheaterWorks To Stage Shows At Wadsworth During Pearl Street Renovations

Cathy Malloy, Thomas J. Loughman and Rob Ruggiero of meet in the theater at the Wadsworth Atheneum's theater to discuss an upcoming collaboration. TheaterWorks will stage some of its shows there while it renovates its Pearl Street location.

Community News For The Glastonbury Edition

Glastonbury native Elijah Mann is opening his fall 2018 The Flooding Season tour with a concert at the Polish National Home, 60 Charter Oak Ave., on Saturday, Sept. 22. He will be performing songs from his new album, The Flooding Season, as well as his first EP, To Fall Apart.

Lawyer: Evidence could exonerate man in grandfather's death

In this Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, file photo, Nathan Carman speaks at a hearing in probate court in West Hartford, Conn.

'Murder In Manchester: The Great Cheney Brothers Silk Robbery'

Author and playwright, but mostly storyteller, Walt Scadden poses with the cast of "Murder in Manchester: the Great Cheney Brothers Silk Robbery," at a recent rehearsal. Author and playwright, but mostly storyteller, Walt Scadden poses with the cast of "Murder in Manchester: the Great Cheney Brothers Silk Robbery," at a recent rehearsal.

Remnants of Florence set to soak Northeast

Numerous flash flood watches have been issued across the Northeast on Tuesday as the remnants of Hurricane Florence make their way into the region. Flood watches stretch from Virginia all the way to Massachusetts on Tuesday morning, including Washington, D.C.; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Albany, New York; Hartford, Connecticut; and Boston.

Hartford Looks to End Illegal Dumping

If you've driven around Hartford, you've probably seen it: bulk trash left on the side of the road, a lot of it dumped illegally. It's a big problem for the city and they're looking to put a stop to it.

'Make Believe' At Hartford Stage Moves From Magical To Unnerving

"Make Believe," Bess Wohl's noble experiment in using pre-adolescent actors to explore deep adult themes about family, maturity and various psychological disturbances of childhood - grows up fast. It gains stature and power before your eyes.

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