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Trenton Circus Squad to hold “Step Right Up! fundraiser

Online event will feature virtual circus performances inspired by current events

Trenton muralist Dean ‘Ras’ Innocenzi gets very real

"I think graffiti is unique, because of how it mimics nature in the way everything is always changing and nothing lasts forever.”

A site for lost soles and down and out heels

Robert Giaquinto’s shop at 115 S. Warren St. in downtown Trenton isn’t pretty. In fact, the decades-old city fixture shows its wear and tear — a condition that fittingly sets the stage for what it is all about

Hungering for something new? 6 things to try next time you take out

Let's face it: most of us have gotten into a routine when it comes to ordering food during the pandemic

What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Mercer County Board of Elections: How to vote safely in the 2020 general election

Voting for the Nov. 3, 2020 election will be different than entering a voting booth and pressing the buttons for preferred candidates.

Oct. 3: Digging Up Trenton’s history before Stacy and Trent

The illustrated talk by Richard Adamczyk will be presented via Zoom with questions and answers following

Sept. 22 is National Voter Registration Day

The League of Women Voters of Lawrence Township, the NAACP of Trenton, and the Trenton Public Library will share a National Voter Registration Day event

National website says Pizza Den in Princeton has best pizza in Central New Jersey

Old Chambersburg favorites nowhere to be found in rankings from The Daily Meal

New deadline the latest hurdle to 2020 Census accuracy

As we approach the finish line for the 2020 Census, enumerators in New Jersey are facing serious obstacles to achieving a fair and complete count.

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Hamilton High West, Kuser Elementary closed after new cases of COVID-19

Hamilton High West will be on an all-remote schedule for the next two weeks, while Kuser Elementary will return to hybrid learning Oct. 22.