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Monday, May 16, 2022

Downtown Tours Explore the History of Trenton

There's a new way to explore the city's historic spots with tours throughout downtown Trenton. The last two tours allowed Trenton residents to enjoy a fresh perspective...

Mercer County Conservation Students Explore Cadwalader Park

With Spring officially here, a group of Mercer County students explored Trenton's Cadwalader Park for the different ecosystems.   The Outdoor Equity Alliance (OEA) is comprised of the...

Volunteers Repair Trails in Trenton’s North Ward

Volunteers came out to Trenton’s North Ward with shovels, gloves, trash bags and rakes on Saturday to clean up an unofficial part of the D&R Trail as...

NJEDA Seeks Input on Establishment of Diverse Developer Fund

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) issued a Request for Information (RFI) to better understand the challenges faced by minority- and women-owned developer enterprises (“MWDE”) in...

The History of Greater Mount Zion AME Church: The Oldest Black Church in Trenton

The Trent House Association will present a virtual talk on the Greater Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church of Trenton. Rev. Dr. Charles F. Boyer will...

New Undergraduate Completion Program for Nuclear Energy Engineering Students

To help students with dreams of a career in Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology achieve their aspirations, Thomas Edison State University (TESU) and Alexandria Technical & Community College...

Non-profit to host Free New Jersey Statewide Community Assistance Event

POWER CHANGES LIVES INC. will host FREE statewide community assistance events in Trenton, Atlantic City and Newark, New Jersey to help those in need through its program...

Trenton Ice Cream Parlor Reopens in Trenton

Dreams can be tough to manifest, but it's a pandemic-sized obstacle for Hannah Hailemichael and her two parents. Hannah is autistic. She speaks in short sentences and...

More than $1 Million in Prizes for High School Skilled Trade Teachers

Applications are now open for the 2022 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence, which will award cash prizes totaling $1.25 million to 20 of...

TerraCycle Moves Closer to Acquiring Former Taxation Building

On Tuesday, April 19th, Capital City Redevelopment Corporation (CCRC) voted to issue a Notice to Award the Sale of the former State Division of Taxation building to...