Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.
All gently-used shoes and clothes are welcomed by Soles4Souls, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting poverty around the world. The organization welcomed its Bordentown warehouse in January.
The city’s Division of Economic Development has created a Shop Trenton campaign. What's in store for the New Jersey's capital city?
Cobblestone Creek Country Club, formerly Greenacres Country Club, celebrated months of renovation work with a ribbon cutting June 29, 2018.
Bordentown Current Advertising Feature: Bordentown Braces is a committed member of the community.
Quaker Bridge Mall is losing one of its anchor stores this fall. Sears Holdings is shutting down 48 Sears locations across the nation, including their Lawrence location.
In news that flew somewhat under the radar, Allegiant Airlines hasn't been flying out of Trenton-Mercer Airport since April 29.
Trenton’s culinary scene, and the North Clinton Avenue commercial corridor, are welcoming another business: Restaurant 5Oh4, serving Jamaican food and soul food.
Bag of Bones Barkery is offering KittYoga classes, professionally instructed yoga courses featuring adoptable cats from Trenton Cats Rescue.
Seeds to Sew International, a Hopewell-based nonprofit organization, is moving to 16 Seminary Ave. in Hopewell. The space was previously occupied by the Sticks and Stones Toy Shop.