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The JRH Foundation is Building Hope for its Future

The James R. Halsey (JRH) Foundation of the Arts recently purchased themselves a new home at 535. East Franklin St. The soon-to-be refurbished building will become the...

Comcast RISE to Support 13,000 BIPOC-Owned Small Businesses

Comcast recently announced it will award 13,000 Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned small businesses, which includes Hispanic and Asian American owned businesses among others, across...

The Father Center of New Jersey Announces the 2021 Platinum Dads Community Service Award...

The Father Center has recently announced its 2021 Community Service Award recipient for this year’s Platinum Dads event. As a result of a deep on-going commitment to...

Taste Trenton is Coming Back!

After suspending its 2020 self-guided tour of Trenton restaurants, Taste Trenton has announced that it will curate an appropriately socially-distanced excursion to the capital city’s restaurants this...

TESU Undertakes Strategic Plan for Watson School of Public Service

Thomas Edison State University is undertaking a comprehensive strategic plan for the future of the John S. Watson School of Public Service. Thanks to a grant provided...

Princeton eBikes Raises Funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County

After 12 years of operating the Trenton Bike Exchange, an all volunteer group effort that collects, repairs and sells used bikes in support of the Boys &...

Trenton Ranked #40 in WSJ/Realtor.com’s Emerging Housing Markets Index

According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), residential real estate is one of the most popular investments in the country, with the total value of owner-occupied real...

State Chamber Head Bracken named to U.S. Chamber’s Committee of 100

New Jersey Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Tom Bracken was named to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Committee of 100, the state chamber announced Monday. The committee advised the...

The Old Barracks Museum Re-Opens To Visitors on May 4

The gates at The Old Barracks Museum are being reopened to visitors on Tuesday, May 4. Tickets to see the National Historic Landmark must be pre-purchased online...

ROI-NJ Highlights Greater Trenton’s Vision for Economic Development in the Capital City

In an article released yesterday titled, "In Trenton, leaders are trying to spur development by connecting parcels to programs," Tom Bergeron of ROI-NJ wrote about Greater Trenton's Capital...