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I Am Trenton Foundation busy building Trenton’s future

Foundation recently awarded more than $40,000 in grants to support eight community and economic development projects in the Old Trenton neighborhood, bordered by North Broad Street, Perry Street, Route 1, and East State Street
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Here to stay: Thomas Edison State University new home for historic Trenton mural

Trenton can celebrate George Washington’s birthday, February 22, by celebrating Wells Fargo’s donation of a historic painting depicting the Revolutionary War hero and first U.S. president to Thomas Edison State University

If These Quilts Could Talk: Stitch stories and culture at Ellarslie

Quilts — with their colors, patterns, and innovations — are art that provide comfort and warmth. They also tell stories: of the people who made them and the people who used them

Trenton Water Works begins lead service line replacement program

Homes were selected on a “first come, first served” basis with more than 7,000 home owners registered

Mercer County Police Academy graduates 22nd class

Sixty-one cadets who made up the 22nd basic class of police officers took part in today’s Mercer County Police Academy commencement held in the gymnasium at Mercer County Community College

High end fashion goes downtown

If Nazir Hampton has his say, dress shops and Trenton-based designers will make the city’s downtown district relevant again

Astronomy on Tap brings stars and suds to Trenton Social

Astronomy on Tap: Trenton (AoT: Trenton), where members of the scientific community visit local bars to share their knowledge, kicked off in 2019 at Trenton Social with a presentation “The Star That Ate Its Planets"

New Trenton Public Library director Rebecca FrancoMartin on a mission

The only surviving municipal library in Trenton is turning the page by reaching city residents with information and resources that are relevant to an evolving urban population

Trenton glass tradition still shining

With design and work in three Trenton churches and a studio in Bucks County, stained glass artist and fabricator Don Hector is following a tradition set up in the region in the early 20th century

The hidden history of Trenton’s stained glass

The stained glass piece pictured at right, the Three Kings over the Brooklyn Bridge seen at Trinity Cathedral on West State Street, is just one of Trenton and the...

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

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