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All paws on deck! Nickelodeon's favorite pups are coming to Mercer County when VStar Entertainment Group presents PAW Patrol Live! “The Great Pirate Adventure."
United Mercer Interfaith Organization is organizing a Unity Gathering for the families of Trenton homicide victims.
Work by photographer Niko J. Kallianiotis, whose images of life in small Pennsylvania towns capture a fading picture of the American dream, are coming to Mercer County Community College’s James Kerney Campus Gallery.
Community arts activist Marisa Benson puts it this way: “The Trenton War Memorial is significantly under-resourced and is partly in disrepair... Yet it remains Trenton’s best treasure for presenting the performing arts and civic events.”
Trenton citizens have several blogs or websites maintained by individuals who have been involved with Trenton politics.
The Downtowner has been following two important Trenton concerns: the Stakeholders Allied for the Core of Trenton’s (ACT) fight to get the state to abandon its current plan to move state buildings further from the downtown business district and the ongoing problems with the Trenton Water Works.
Kimme Carlos was recovering from mental health issues and addiction some 15 years ago, she looked around and realized that there was no place to turn for emotional support. So she took matters into her own hands, convened the Urban Mental Health Alliance (UMHA) in 2013.
In Trenton John Salis saw low real estate prices, beautiful architecture, and a city he believes could take off in the next five or ten years.
New films are looking back one of the Trenton’s more painful moments: the Trenton riots that took place 50 years ago this month.
"Mail Lady" Jeanette Jones—or “JJ” to those who’ve gotten to know her— carried the mail around Ewing, Trenton and Lawrenceville for about 30 years until the end of March, when she retired.