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About: hartford, connecticut

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
Russell and Dawson & PAC Group LLC Complete Extra Space Storage Project in Hartford, Connecticut.

Expansion and Redevelopment of five-story Extra Storage Space facility is live! HARTFORD, Conn.

MDC Meets With Homeowners Affected by West Hartford Sewer Backup

Relief is on the way for homeowners in West Hartford after weeks of dealing with the effects of a nasty sewer backup which flooded basements and part of their street. Relief is on the way for homeowners in West Hartford after weeks of dealing with the effects of a nasty sewer backup which flooded basements and part of their street.

AAA Says Chances of Fatal Crashes Jump When Teens Drive Other Teens

Next week is Teen Driver Safety Week and AAA has found that the likelihood of a crash increases when teens drive other teens. There's a new reminder to make sure your teen knows the rules of the road before they get behind the wheel.

Meet The Student Dancers In The Greater Hartford Academy Of The Arts Choreographers Showcase

Eight young dancers form two lines. The only male dancer breaks from the pack and moves to center stage, where he's joined by two more dancers, then others.

Colt's Patent Firearms Mfg Factory Photo Tour Hartford, CT. July, 1942. ~ Image Vault

Welcome to the AmmoLand News image vault. Here is where we dig deep into some of our collection of historic firearms photos for our readers to enjoy.

West Hartford Hauntings Returns With Scary New History

Actors Robin Brennan, of West Hartford, and Kimberly Spera, of Windsor, act their parts during a nighttime tour of North Cemetery. Actors Robin Brennan, of West Hartford, and Kimberly Spera, of Windsor, act their parts during a nighttime tour of North Cemetery.

Hartford Woman's Truck Is Destroyed Because of Expired Parking Sticker

A Hartford woman's truck was legally destroyed by a towing company after it was towed for having an expired parking sticker and she failed to pick it up in a timely manner. A Hartford woman's truck was destroyed because she didn't pay to have it released from the impound lot before the state-mandated 45-day period.

'Trigger happy' Connecticut police officer fired

A police officer in Hartford, Connecticut, was fired Wednesday, months after video surfaced of him telling a group that he was "trigger happy" while responding to a suspected trespassing call. 'Trigger happy' Connecticut police officer fired A police officer in Hartford, Connecticut, was fired Wednesday, months after video surfaced of him telling a group that he was "trigger happy" while responding to a suspected trespassing call.

Expert: Election Day tough to call

CT Mirror capitol bureau chief Mark Pazniokas spoke before the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich about the races for governor and the Legislature on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. CT Mirror capitol bureau chief Mark Pazniokas spoke before the Retired Men's Association of Greenwich about the races for governor and the Legislature on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018.

Officer who told group he was 'trigger happy' is fired

An Ohio police officer is getting praise because body cam video caught the officer telling two black youths about the dangers of BB guns. On the video the officer is heard explaining to the youths that BB guns are getting kids killed.

West Hartford Families Still Cleaning Up After Sewer Blockage

As crews work to repair a sewer line on Linbrook Road in West Hartford, a meeting is planned to update homeowners on the street who had raw sewage back up into their homes. The Metropolitan District Commission and the town are holding a meeting for Linbrook Road residents Thursday night to give information and answer questions.

New Britain Police Chief To Recruits: 'Treat Everyone With Dignity And Respect. Everyone'

New Britain's police department this week is welcoming a new class of recruits including Chad Heath, 29, of New Britain, and Brandon Mejias-Wasyl, 22, of Hartford. Their training will extend until the spring; those who are successful will become probationary patrol officers.

CT Attorney general candidates talk immigration, civil rights at UConn

The USG External Affairs Committe holds an Attorney General Forum in the Dodd Center. In attendance was the Democratic candidate William Tong and Green Party candidate Peter Goselin moderated by Jacob Kowalski and Professor Virginia Hettinger.

About 100 Fewer Students Attending School In West Hartford Compared To Last Year

About 100 fewer students are attending school in West Hartford compared to last year, enrollment data collected by the school district shows. On Oct. 1, 9,306 students were enrolled in West Hartford Public Schools - about one percent fewer students compared to last year, according to school district Director of Finance and Planning Chip Ward.

After Seven Months in Hiding, Immigrant Couple Returns to New Britain

After more than half a year of being restricted to the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, Malik Naveed bin Rehman and his wife, Zahida Altaf, walked out to freedom Tuesday. A line of 50 applauding parishioners and other supporters greeted them just beyond the church steps, and bin Rehman and Altaf hugged them one a time, offering thanks for months of hospitality.

Community News For The Glastonbury Edition

The Glastonbury High School Class of 1949 celebrated its 69th reunion on Friday, Oct. 5, at The Gallery. Seated from left to right are Frances Barker, Dorothy Preli, Alice Beebe, Francis Preli, Annie Torrance and George Darby.

Hartford City Council Will Vote To Ban Sale Of Tobacco To People Under 21 In City

Hartford is poised to become the latest city in the nation to ban the sale of tobacco products to people younger than 21. City council members say they have mustered enough support to greenlight an ordinance that would halt the practice. They are expected to vote on the proposal Monday.

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