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Friday, May 7, 2021

Cameos of Trenton’s Past and Present

For Purcell Carson, filmmaking is much more than editing and packaging material. Carson has served as the program director of the Trenton Project for the last six...

Renewing the Mind

Founded in April 2017, the inspiration behind the creation of the organization “Renewing the Mind," is a powerful story of how life’s most challenging moments have the...

Seeking the Shalom of the City

Established in 1898, Westminster Presbyterian Church has been committed to “seeking the shalom of the city” for over 120 years. The church, originally located on Walnut Ave and...

Lofts in Historic Chambersburg

The Chambers Lofts is the very first development of its kind to grace the historic Chambersburg neighborhood. Ajax Management redeveloped the once cigar factory and transformed it...

Trenton Animals Rock!

Who doesn't love animals? Dogs and cats provide companionship, comfort, and offer us protection wrapped up in an adorable package. While many animals get to experience a...

37 Years of Impactful Community Development

For thirty seven years, Isles, Inc. of Trenton has demonstrated a profound commitment to Trenton residents. In fact, their very first project was borne out of collaboration...

A Mission Centered City

The Rescue Mission always remembers the less fortunate. It has been a central part of their mission for over one hundred years. Affectionately named "The Mission" among...

The Village at Lambert Green

In 2017, The Village at Lambert Green opened for new tenants at its 650 Strawberry Street location. These apartments are easily accessible, adjacent to the Route 1...

Long Live the Celebration of African American Culture in Trenton

About ten years ago on an early spring morning at Cadwalader Park, Trentonian Columnist L.A. Parker was struck with an awe-inspiring vision. As he hit golf balls...

Battle Monument Beautification

The historic Trenton Battle Monument is witnessing a revolutionary restoration and beautification right before our own eyes. Opened in 1893 at the beginning of the Grover Cleveland...