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Jacque Howard: We’re All in This Together

As a proud resident of Trenton, father and husband, Jacque Howard is committed to utilizing his leadership and communication skills to help people throughout the city and beyond. He founded Trenton 365 to advocate for and endorse private citizens, nonprofit groups and businesses in the greater...

Shiloh Creates Vital ‘Zone of Development’ in Trenton

Rev. Darrell LaRue Armstrong, Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church and President of Shiloh Community Development Corporation, is deeply passionate about uplifting communities in Trenton both spiritually and economically. Over more than a century, there have only been a few Shiloh pastors at the helm....

Artworks Reminds Us to Nurture Our Inner Artist

A New Jersey Transit bus-driver-cum-tour-guide is a godsend to non-native Trentonians like myself. We have an unspoken agreement: she stops teasing me about my habit of hailing a bus as if I were still in New York City, and I listen to her reminisce...

Crossroads of the American Revolution

In the frigid, pre-dawn hours of Christmas morning 1776, General George Washington embarked upon his famous crossing of the Delaware River, surprising the Hessians in Trenton, scoring a major victory for the Continental Army in the First Battle of Trenton. This single event was a...

Housing Stock is an Asset to Trenton

“What makes a city great is that you have a mix of old projects and history along with fun and new development,” said Trenton architect and resident John Hatch.  Hailing from the Trenton based architecture firms Clarke, Caton, and Hintz, along with HHG Development...