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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
CMS Administrator Verma Visits Hartford Healthcare For Round-Table Discussion With Physicians

HARTFORD, Conn: Seema Verma, Administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services , visited Hartford Hospital today for a conversation with physicians and experts from Hartford HealthCare, the Connecticut State Medical Society and other Connecticut healthcare organizations. Verma's stop in Hartford kicked off a national listening tour designed to gather feedback on CMS and how the agency can ease regulatory burdens for our nation's caregivers.

Moody's Right To Point To Hartford's Unions

The report from Moody's Investors Service is sober and chilling from the first line: "The City of Hartford is likely to default on its debt as early as November without additional concessions from the state of Connecticut, bondholders and labor unions."

Beer'd, Sean Nugent honored for economic development efforts

The Connecticut Economic Resource Center has announced Sean Nugent, chairman of the Preston Redevelopment Agency, and Beer'd Brewing Company as two of 21 honorees statewide for their impact on economic development. They are the honorees for Southeastern/New London, one of 10 regions across Connecticut, and were selected by economic development officials in the region.

Hartford's McDonough Students, Principal Dance-Off For Puerto Rico Relief

An hour after Friday's dismissal, Principal Bethany Sullivan was leading a conga line of McDonough Middle School eighth-graders who were living out the dream fundraiser they had hatched weeks ago. When you're 13, there are few things funnier than watching your principal and teachers dance.

Hartford Council To Weigh Bulk-Trash Ordinance Overhaul

Alffe Blake, the sole sanitation inspector for the City of Hartford, inspects blighted properties in the city where debris, furniture and vehicles have been illegally and repeatedly dumped. Alffe along with other members of the city's Department of Public Works are pushing hard under new director Marilyn Cruz-Aponte to stem, as they called it, the "trashing of Hartford."

Officials: Hartford Principal, Teacher Placed On Leave Pending Investigation

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin, Superintendent Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and state Child Advocate Sarah Eagan, right, address the media in February after a watchdog report outlined systemic failings on how the Hartford school district responds to abuse and harassment allegations. Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin, Superintendent Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and state Child Advocate Sarah Eagan, right, address the media in February after a watchdog report outlined systemic failings on how the Hartford school district responds to abuse and harassment allegations.

Nine Neighborhood Murals Chosen For Hartford Paint The City

Nine artists have been chosen to paint murals in nine locations throughout Hartford. Here are the artists and the locations of the murals.

Police bust 9 allegedly selling drugs on stolen dirt bikes

Hartford police say they have arrested nine people who were using what are suspected to be stolen dirt bikes to sell drugs in the city. Officers conducting surveillance on Broad Street witnessed what appeared to be drug dealing from people riding dirt bikes, so moved in.

Hartford's Weaver High School Renovation Budget Grows To $133 Million

Design rendering from S/L/A/M Collaborative + Amenta Emma Architects of the renovated Weaver High School in Hartford, Conn. Design rendering from S/L/A/M Collaborative + Amenta Emma Architects of the renovated Weaver High School in Hartford, Conn.

Area of Double Fatal Crash on I-95 Busy Spot for First Responders

"Truckers that we see out on the road say, 'Oh we know that stretch of road. That's terrible.

Notable municipal bankruptcy lawyer talks shop to Hartford taxpayers

The lawyer who took Detroit, Michigan, through the largest Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history brought his message to a new crowd on Thursday: residents of Hartford, Connecticut's cash-strapped capital city. Kevyn Orr, a partner the law firm Jones Day, and a panel of experts tried to fend off residents' fears about whether city service might be cut , taxes might rise or people might later get priced out of homes if the city files for a court debt restructuring.

CT: Malloy: CTfastrak Proves Rail Service Will Transform 'Knowledge Corridor'

Oct. 18--When Hartford Line trains start running next spring, they'll fuel a long-term renaissance for central Connecticut and western Massachusetts, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Wednesday. "You'll be able to get from New York to New Haven and then come up to Hartford and Springfield and beyond.

College merger plan raises questions

Board of Regents President Mark Ojakian addresses a town hall meeting to discuss cost saving strategies with staff and students at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, Conn. on Thursday, May 4, 2017.

In this Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, photo, large spheres take shape in...

Catherine Smith, state commissioner of economic and community development, speaks during the Stamford Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting at the Crowne Plaza in Stamford, Conn. on Tuesday, Sept.

Moody's Warns of 'Likely' Hartford Default, Decades of Deficits Ahead

Moody's Investor Service issued a dire warning to lenders Thursday: Hartford will likely default on its debt by early November and, if the city does not change course, will run up annual deficits exceeding $60 million through the next twenty years. On Sept.

Hartford's Winterfest Needs $55,000 by Nov. 1

The deadline to raise funds for Hartford's Winterfest is quickly approaching and if the goal isn't met, the popular holiday event will have to be scrapped for this year. The deadline is soon approaching to raise funds for beloved holiday tradition in downtown Hartford so it has enough money to carry on for another year.

Halloween house brings "Trumpian" nightmare alive

The latter may not be a typical autumn adornment, but at West Hartford resident Matt Warshauer's house, there is no such thing as an ordinary Halloween decoration. For nearly 15 years, Warshauer has designed and enlisted family and friends to construct an original scene using Halloween ornaments to comment on the nation's political landscape in his front yard at 115 North Main St. The themes are typically critical of the Republican Party.

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