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"The task now is to find more ways to be relevant," says Trenton Historical Society president Damon Tvaryanas as the organization celebrates its 100th anniversary of preserving and celebrating...
Many states have moved away from direct-recording electronic voting machines. New Jersey, however, remains one of a small minority of states still using DREs, a technology experts have proven vulnerable and unreliable.
Art All Day returns on Saturday, Nov. 2, with its annual afternoon of open artist studios, gallery exhibitions, live art making, mural installations, and walking, biking, and trolley tours
It has been an eventful first few weeks on the job for Steven J. Picco. The new interim director of Trenton Water Works, Picco assumed his position Sept. 16. He dealt with his first crisis just 11 days later when a mechanical failure caused chlorine levels in the water to drop and a boil-water advisory to be issued.
Will also have its doors wide open as part of the annual Art All Day on Saturday, Nov. 2
The Old Barracks is notably tied to George Washington’s daring and tide-turning Revolutionary War attack on Trenton on Dec. 25, 1776
For the young people in the Trenton Circus Squad, learning their preferred act and art form is as challenging as developing an athletic ability
Check out the half dozen young men on skateboards wheeling along a vertical ramp. Now check out the one with the 1970s styled ’stache. That’s Trenton skateboard activist Jake...
Sisters seek to change expectations for Trenton's students and show that "college is attainable"
News from Trenton City Council and a report on New Jersey’s financial health add up to one conclusion: trouble in River City. The Trenton City Council situation, of course, is...