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Greater Trenton Pipes and Drums: More than the sound of the season

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.

Mixed month for Trenton Water Works

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.

New Trenton Farmkers Market manager plans for a mix of old and new

That Chris Cirkus took the helm at the Trenton Farmers Market shouldn’t be too surprising. She’s made a full-time career out of managing multiple part-time farmers markets in the area.

End of an era at Trenton Farmers Market

After Jack Ball retired as manager of the Trenton Farmers Market, Chris Cirkus took the reins.

A music lesson and a lesson in music in Trenton

Give Melki Garcia-Perez a microphone, and he’ll struggle to get out a single word. Give him a violin, and he won’t stop playing.

Music, Mill Hill, and Strife in Trenton

Ray Strife is Trenton’s punk/rap ambassador and, according to some, the undisputed King of the ‘Burg.

Ellarslie exhibit explores the past, present, and future of print

‘From Durer to Digital and 3-D: The Metamorphosis of the Printed Image” opens at the Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park on Friday, March 8.

Trenton Film Festival returns March 28

The annual Trenton Film Festival gets rolling at the Mill Hill Playhouse from Thursday through Sunday, March 28 through 31.

Spring Benefit to celebrate Passage Theater

Passage Theater’s annual Spring Benefit takes place at the New Jersey State Museum on Friday, March 15.

Art All Night will return to Trenton

Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora said this year’s Art All Night will be "bigger and better than ever" following last year's tragic shooting.

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Mercer County seeks input on new ‘water sports’ park

The Mercer County Park Commission’s purchase of a small plot of land on Hughes Drive in Hamilton in 2017 opened up a world of possibilities for the commission and—by extension—county residents.