The city is offering up to $5,000 grants to eligible businesses to help repair or replace doors, gates and windows damaged during the May 31 riots.
State calls out Trenton city council for its inability to properly fund measures that would reduce the risk of lead and pathogens in TWW’s drinking water.
The NJDEP grant will help environment protection efforts, including the Bromley neighborhood cleanup, annual stream cleanups and street sweeping efforts.
Juveniles fall under a temporary 9:59 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew effective today, while all other residents and businesses have been lifted from curfew.
TWW has replaced more than 500 lead-service lines since February despite having to limit construction activity due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The City of Trenton has pushed back its curfew. Residents and businesses are now on lockdown from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
West Windsor Plainsboro superintendent Dr. David Aderhold has prepared more than 284 questions with regards to the reopening of schools in New Jersey.
More rallies, protests and vigils are scheduled throughout the region after an active weekend.
The members of the Mercer County Police Chiefs Association have issued a joint statement addressing the killing of George Floyd.
Ewing, Lawrence and Hamilton townships have lifted curfew restrictions that have been in effect the last two nights.