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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Trenton Youth “Enlist” in Colonial Army

In the blistering cold of late December 1776 and early January 1777, George Washington and his troops traversed the area now known as Barrack Street to help...

Trenton is Among the Best Cities for Single Mothers

According to a recently-published article in USA Today, New Jersey's Capital City is among the top three U.S. cities for single mothers. Originally appearing on...

Millhill & Family Development Receives TD Charitable Foundation Award

Millhill Child & Family Development recently received a grant from TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank America's Most Convenient Bank. TD...

Accelerated Nursing Program Graduates Sustain Perfect Pass Rate

Graduates of Thomas Edison State University’s April 2018-2019 Accelerated 2nd Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program cohort achieved a 100 percent pass rate...

Back To School at Mill Hill Park

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Back to School is days away. Back to School is a bittersweet time as the feelings of excitement and...

TESU Receives $100K Signature Grant from The Provident Bank Foundation

The Provident Bank Foundation (PBF) has announced Thomas Edison State University (TESU) in Trenton, NJ, as the recipient of the Foundation’s $100,000 Signature Grant for 2019 in the Education funding...

NJ State Museum: Small Explorer Series

"New Jersey State Museum inspires innovation and lifelong learning through collections, research, exhibitions and programs in science, history and art. NJSM engages visitors of all...

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities Awards $19,974 in Support of the Cultural...

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) has awarded $19,974.00 to the Thomas Edison State University Foundation for the project Cultural Conversation Circles -...

Teaching Kids How to Code

The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) in partnership with Bristol Myers Squibb, Change Church and the Trenton Housing Authority is pleased...

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...