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Friday, May 7, 2021

Trenton High Schooler Nominated for BGC Youth of the Year

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County recently held its Youth of the Year event and nominated Mychael Holloway of Trenton to represent them in the...

Trenton Cycling Revolution: Organized to Keep the Wheels Moving Forward

Over the course of 22 years, Trenton Cycling Revolution (TCR) has emerged as Trenton’s primary organizer of biking events for individuals, families, and groups. It has promoted...

Virtual Community Meeting to Provide Information on Home Energy Assistance Programs

PSE&G, in conjunction with the Mercer County Hispanic Association (MECHA), invites Mercer residents to participate in a virtual community meeting to learn about several home energy assistance...

TCNJ Bonner Scholars Create Virtual Thrift Store; All Proceeds Going To Trenton Rescue Mission

Kennedy Ferruggia and Josh Simpson, two Bonner Scholars at The College of New Jersey, have created a virtual Thrift Store for students; with all proceeds going to...

Princeton Hydro to Relocate HQ to Trenton’s Historic Roebling Carpentry Shop

Princeton Hydro will relocate its headquarters to the historic Roebling Carpentry Shop, nestled in the heart of Trenton's Wirerope District. The building (Building 110) will be transformed...

Hughes announces installation of electric car chargers

Ownership of electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is growing by the year, and with an eye toward that trend, Mercer County is committed to...

Trenton Bike Exchange Receives Record-Breaking Number of Donations

Last Saturday, the Trenton Bike Exchange asked for used bikes and the community responded. The Mercer County Park Commission and Mercer County Planning Department worked together to organize...

New Trenton Collaborative Warming Center Is Able To Close After A Long, Pandemic Winter

Today, the Warming Center, a collaborative effort of The Trenton Areas Soup Kitchen and The Rescue Mission of Trenton, will close its doors for the season, with...

Clean Up Day this Saturday for the Locust Hill Development Project

The Locust Hill Cemetery of Trenton is the burial ground for over 140 African American citizens of the City of Trenton. These citizens include those whose remains...

Coffee with Cops & Cars: a Community Conversation

Whether it's casual cups of coffee or conference calls with colleagues, the Starbucks Trenton Community Store has become a central hub for connecting Trentonians. The popular coffee...