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Monday, March 8, 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...

Corner Historic Welcomes Trenton Health Team

This past summer, the Trenton Health Team relocated to West State Street — joining a host of nonprofits that call downtown Trenton home. Collaborating with community stakeholders...

MCCC Unveils New Micro-Credential Courses Available

On December 15, 2020, Mercer County Community College (MCCC) announced the offerings of new micro-credential courses. The virtual courses, available beginning January of 2021, will be offered...

MCCC’s Nightingales: Nursing Program Salutes 40 Graduates in Pinning Ceremony

Several years of intensive academic and clinical preparation paid off on January 15th, as 40 Nursing students from Mercer County Community College (MCCC) were...

MCCC Cuts Tuition by 20 Percent for Summer Classes

To help students and their families under financial strain due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) Board of Trustees has approved a 20...

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...

The Learning Point: A Solution to a Community Literacy Crisis

Many years ago, two little boys ran past me at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. “What’s that building?” one shouted. His friend replied with dread, “That’s the...

AACCNJ Launches #STEPUP20 Scholarship Program

The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) launched the #STEPUP20 scholarship program, which provides financial assistance to students who rely on a summer job...

Happy Birthday to the Trenton Free Public Library!

All are invited to join in one of the most exciting birthday bashes in the Capital City as the Trenton Free Public Library turns 117....

A Special Kind of Graduation at TCHS this Morning

In a ceremonial event aimed at recognizing this year's graduates amid COVID-19, the City and school officials will place more than 400 lawn signs, each with a...