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Chef Reggie Hallett says having vegan and vegetarian items on the menu makes sense because it makes cents
Given the “Outstanding Municipal Partner – Redevelopment” award at the HCDNNJ annual conference, held on Oct. 15 and 16
Turner Pointe, a joint venture between the Trenton Housing Authority and Conifer Realty, is a redevelopment of the former George W. Page Home complex, which was built in 1954 and had been vacant for several years.
Trenton Museum Society president Joan Perkes seems to offer a slight smile beneath her mask as she says the word, “Stressful”
Building Conservation through Diversity and Teamwork, a paid high-school internship program based in Mercer County, aims to train the next generation of environmental stewards, giving them crucial work experience and skills.
Kidder’s witty blending of American figures such as Paul Revere with the day-to-day details of colonial Princeton engages and quickly reminds us of the region’s placement as both the crossroads for East Coast travel and the crossroads of the Revolution
Online event will feature virtual circus performances inspired by current events
"I think graffiti is unique, because of how it mimics nature in the way everything is always changing and nothing lasts forever.”
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