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Trenton’s Porcelain Traverses the World

Trenton is known for producing at least three things that start with the letter ‘P’, Patrick, Pork Roll, and Porcelain. While that first ‘P’ may not be...

State Urges Small Minority and Women Owned Businesses to Take Part in Trenton’s $225...

In an effort to attract small, minority- and women-owned businesses, the Department of the Treasury and the NJ Economic Development Authority (EDA) is striving for contract inclusiveness...

From A to Z (Artworks to Zienowicz Signs)

Native Trentonian George Zienowicz is the man behind those recognizable signs anchored on Trenton's commercial buildings. His marketing slogan is "signs of distinction for discerning merchants" –...

Trenton Area Stakeholders Fosters Community Collaboration

“One stick is weaker than a bundle” goes the old adage. This theme is used to describe several settings like sports teams, company employees, and families. It...

TerraCycle: Saving the Environment, Helping Communities

Founded in 2001 by then Princeton University student Tom Szaky, TerraCycle is on a mission to eliminate the idea of waste. Today, the company is a global...

Downtown Deli: The Norma Rodas Story

We have all read biographies that have been awe-inspiring. Biographies serve to stir-up future generations and share interesting information about notable people. If you enjoy reading biographies...

Starbucks Sets an Atmosphere of Progress

Imagine this: You walk into a place and the atmosphere is light and airy. The subtle scent of coffee beans fills the air and everyone that approaches you is friendly and...

Roebling Gallery Exhibits Roebling Ephemera as Part of its “First Friday” Series

On October 5th, as part of its ongoing First Friday series of art openings, Roebling Gallery exhibited Roebling and Trenton-related drawings, posters and other ephemera from the...

New Jersey Realtors CEO Calls Trenton the Next “Shining Star”

NJ Realtors’ 20,000-square-foot headquarters on Hamilton Avenue stands as a beacon of light in Trenton’s economic development ecosystem and downtown revitalization efforts. Directly across the street from...

Giaquinto: Saving Soles Since 1947

The year was 1947 – the early Golden Age of Capitalism. It was a time of strong economic growth near the end of World War II. In...

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