Tuesday, April 23, 2019

A United Front

Every month at the James Kerney Campus in downtown Trenton one will find a group of approximately 35 young adults from Trenton working collaboratively to...

Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri Highlights Attorney General’s Immigration Trust Directive

Last month, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri presented at Westiminster Presbyterian Church to discuss the recently constituted Immigration Trust Directive established by New Jersey's...

Spring Break Programming at the State Museum

While Spring Break is often a time to relax and enjoy a week with family and friends, it is also a great time to check...

Trenton’s Next Generation of Community Leaders

Millhill Child & Family Development Center is embarking on developing Trenton's next generation of community leaders as they enter year two of a three year...

Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey

This past year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy have been working to identify policy and practice changes...

Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program Accepting Organization Applications

The Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program is preparing for its fourth summer providing Trenton youth ages 16-21 with job readiness training and summer employment.

Trenton Health Team, Daylight/Twilight Hold Soccer Tournament Showcasing Healthy Fundraising

The Trenton Health Team is teaming up with the Trenton Daylight/Twilight High School to host the first annual “Trenton United” student soccer tournament raising funds for Class of...

A Historical Walk from Bristol to the Trenton Train Station

Join the Pennsylvania Greenway for their second of three great walks that are scheduled as mobile workshops as part of the Mid-Atlantic Greenways and Trails...

Hunger and the College Student

For the college student, there’s hunger and then there’s hunger. From the age of 16, a modest financial aid package toward a private...

Mayor Gusciora Applauds New Transportation Dollars for Trenton

Mayor Reed Gusciora announced on Monday that Trenton received more than $1.1 million in municipal aid from the New Jersey Department of Transportation for roadway...

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