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Sunday, August 7, 2022

The City of Trenton Hosts a Job Fair for Returning Citizens and Residents

Behind Trenton City Hall was transformed yesterday into a small job fair for returning citizens and Trenton residents. Dr. Adela Ames, Director of Health and Human Services for...

The Capital Philharmonic Kicked Off The Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series

Cadwalader Park was filled with patriotic and hummable music over the weekend as Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey (CCNJ) and  music director, Maestro Daniel Spalding, kicked off...

Liberty Weekend with the Kiwanis Shows Off Trenton’s Historic Prowess

Liberty weekend brought to life Trenton's history as The Kiwanis Club of Trenton had reenactors, historians, and community leaders come together to celebrate Trenton's contributions to America's...

New Isles Mural Shows Peace Sign and Hope in Trenton

On Tucker Street, next to the community garden and on the side of the Isles' building, sits a mural with a peace sign, trees growing around it,...

Applications Open for Maternal and Infant Health R&D Seed Grant Program

The New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation, and Technology (CSIT) opened applications for its $750,000 Maternal and Infant Health Research and Development (R&D) Seed Grant Program this month....

Thomas Edison State University Graduates Earn Among Highest Salaries

Thomas Edison State University (TESU) is the highest-ranking public university on a list of the colleges with the highest alumni starting salaries for bachelor’s graduates across majors,”...

Jeff Manto to be Inducted into Trenton Baseball Hall of Fame

Trenton Thunder manager Jeff Manto will become the latest member of the Trenton Baseball Hall of Fame on Friday, August 12 before the team’s game against the...

Trenton Launches ARP Subrecipient Programs

Mayor W. Reed Gusciora announced the City’s next phase of its American Rescue Plan program including two funds of $2,000,000 each; one for not-for-profit projects and one...

HISTORIC TRENTON’S DAY IN THE LIFE: The Rise and Fall of the Pottery Industry

At one point in Trenton's history, the city was known as the Staffordshire of America due to the large number of pottery factories operated in across Trenton....

Liberty Weekend Celebrates Trenton’s Revolutionary History

The iconic vision of Washington crossing the Delaware in 1776 is etched into the minds of Americans. What may not be as well-known is how Washington’s subsequent...