Members of the Greater Trenton Pipes and Drums are shaking the dust off their kilts and preparing for the busy Saint Patrick’s Day season.
The results are in, and they’re not what Trenton Water Works customers had hoped. For the third time in the last four testing periods, TWW has violated the federal action level for lead.
When Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora took office, he assumed with it the burden of fixing Trenton Water Works at the utility’s lowest point. To solve the problem, he turned to Shing-Fu Hsueh.
The Frantasticons won the Trenton division last year, then made history when they won the World Pool Qualifiers tournament to become the first ladies team from Trenton to qualify for the American Poolplayers Association 8-Ball Team Championship.
What will it take to turn Trenton around in 2019? Richard K. Rein presents some ideas on how groups and individuals can work to improve the city.
It may be January but the Trenton arts community is springing into life with art, theater, and music events.
Trenton’s history will come to life next week during Patriots Week, an annual celebration of the city’s role in the American Revolution.
The exhibit “Gary Saretzky Photography Retrospective” is on view at the James Kerney Campus Gallery of Mercer County Community College through January 10.
At the Old Barracks Museum in Trenton, David Niescior creates clothing using the same methods and materials as 18th-century tailors.
The November 3 Art All Day 2018 coordinators are highlighting a special event that will put the light on Trenton’s role as a cultural center — literally.