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Terracycle takes ‘waste not’ to the next level with trash as hero

Trenton-based Terracycle’s latest line of business is a “loop” system for replacing single-use product containers with durable ones that can be easily cleaned and replaced.

1911 Smokehouse offers familiar flavors of American comfort food

1911 Smokehouse Bar-B-Que. Barbeque, the authentic kind, has long been a family favorite because my parents settled in Texas.

Out in Jersey extends its reach and celebrates its Trenton roots

Born in Trenton and maintaining strong ties to the capital city, Out in Jersey is one of only a handful of magazines to serve New Jersey’s growing LGBT community.

How The Trenton Literacy Movement is changing the city’s future

The Trenton Literacy Movement has the support of political and school leaders, and its success is already measurable.

DJs mixing and matching sounds at Mill Hill Basement

At the Mill Hill Basement — a music venue under the Mill Hill Saloon on South Broad Street — the room is small but the vibes are big.

Something’s got to give: Police versus minorities

The present mental disposition of police is an urgent health problem that requires immediate attention, starting with the implementation of reasonable rights.

Ye olde tavern feeling at Old Barracks fundraiser

The annual Old Barracks Museum’s Tavern Night Fundraiser takes place Friday, September 14, from 7 to 10 p.m.

Enrique Zaldivar’s ‘Happy Days’ on view at Trenton Library

The Trenton Free Public Library Mezzanine Gallery’s current exhibition is Enrique Zaldivar’s “Happy Days,” on view through Friday, September 14.

Explore 100 years of architectural history at Trenton City Museum

The Trenton Museum Society and FVHD Architects is presenting “Changing Face/Changing Place: A Look at the Architectural History of the Trenton Area” at the Trenton City Museum.

Trenton Music Makers receives national grant

Trenton Music Makers was recently selected by the Program for Rising El Sistema Organizations to receive $67,500 in funding over three years.

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I-195 ramp to I-295 in Hamilton closed for emergency repairs

Update: The left lane and shoulder on the ramp from Route 29/I-195 eastbound to I-295 southbound has been reopened. The right lane remains closed until further notice for emergency repairs.