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Confluence of Hearts and Tech Fosters Collaboration in Trenton

Longtime residents of Trenton's Cadwalader Heights, Ray Ingram and his wife Kelly are very active in the community and philanthropists at heart. They support numerous efforts in...

MCCC Meets the Needs of Its Trenton Community All While Making Education More Accessible

Despite the troubling impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on numerous families throughout Trenton, The Mercer County Community College has been doing its part to serve and...

Trenton Music Makers

Ambitious. Intensive. These are just a couple words to describe the Trenton Music Makers’ curriculum as they enter their 20th year of serving Trenton students. This anniversary...

Jesse Hoagland: A Living Legend in the West Ward

Discovering the remnants of a once thriving Trenton of forty years ago as I ride up West State Street, is like taking a self-guided museum tour, minus...

NJ Department of Community Affairs Awards Watson Institute $155,000 Grant

The NJ Department of Community Affairs (DCA) recently awarded The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy at Thomas Edison State University a $155,000 grant...

Bringing Free Health Screenings to Community Locations

Senior housing, barber shops, and houses of worship are just a few of the places Trenton residents can now get free health screenings–along with referrals...

N.J. State House Tours: A Multi-educational Experience

“We the People” is the empowering introduction to the American Constitution that calls all citizens to actively participate in the governing process. It is a...

MCCC Urges Qualified Individuals to Apply for New State Grant to Attend Community College...

Governor Phil Murphy announced last week that approximately 13,000 qualifying students will be able to attend one of 13 community colleges free of tuition and educational fees...

A Youth Country Club

Imagine being a regular at an esteemed country club filled with all sorts of amenities, leisurely recreational opportunities, and a chance to rub elbows with elites like...

College Prepares to Distribute $1.9 million in Federal CARES Act Funds to Assist Students...

Mercer County Community College (MCCC) is ready to begin the process of distributing more than $1.9 million in direct aid to students, made available through the federal...