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Curfews announced for four Mercer County towns tonight

Four Mercer County towns—Ewing, Hamilton, Lawrence and Trenton—have declared curfews in anticipation of civil unrest tonight.

Trenton on ‘lockdown’ after violence erupts post-protest (update)

Trenton is now on "lockdown," said mayor Reed Gusciora, and the curfew will stay in place through June 1. 

Analog Trenton features the unique sounds of the capital city

Titled Analog Trenton, a recording released late in 2019 on CD and vinyl features 40 performers and bands from Trenton's underground music scene.

New Jersey DEP threatens lawsuit over Trenton Water Works ‘failure’

DEP says Trenton council's vote to reject millions of dollars in bonds for crucial measures will prevent Trenton Water Works from providing safe drinking water to its customers.

Celebrating Trenton jazz legend Richie Cole’s life in music

Alto-sax jazz legend Richie Cole, who was born and raised in the Trenton area, died of natural causes on May 2 at the age 72.
Trenton Graduation 2020

Trenton Central High School honors class of 2020 with over 400 lawn signs

Mayor W. Reed Gusciora, along with TCHS officials find a new way to celebrate the class of 2020 amid the global health crisis
NJ SNAP recipients

Online grocery shopping will be available for NJ SNAP recipients

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients can use benefits for online groceries at participating Walmarts, ShopRites and The Fresh Grocers

Trenton adds expanded COVID-19 testing

Residents will no longer need a prescription to obtain a test, state Department of Health officials said.

Ewing man charged with murder following violent weekend

Horace Jones, 34, charged with the murder of 18-year-old Trenton man who was shot in the first block of Oakland Avenue Monday morning

Quaker Bridge coronavirus test site closing, moving to Trenton

Mercer County is closing its drive-up COVID-19 testing site in the parking lot of Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township and moving it to Trenton, effective tomorrow.

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Mercer County restaurant guide: who’s open, who’s delivering, what’s new

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more