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Thursday, September 23, 2021

World War II Memorial

At the height of World War II, Trentonians were manufacturing steel, wire, and other materials to support American troops in the European and Pacific theatres. The war...

Cyclists Take a City Bike Ride to Celebrate the Newly Opened Trenton Wellness Loop

With shoes laced up and tight grips on handlebars, cyclists rode together in Trenton last week as D&R Greenway Land Trust celebrated the Trenton Wellness Loop. On Thursday, November...

A Historical Walk from Bristol to the Trenton Train Station

Join the Pennsylvania Greenway for their second of three great walks that are scheduled as mobile workshops as part of the Mid-Atlantic Greenways and Trails...

Thomas A. Malloy: Reflecting on Trenton’s Inspirational ‘Dean of Artists’

Master painter Thomas A. Malloy created epic cityscape paintings that are now displayed in museums across the country. Born in South Carolina to a sharecropper, Malloy was...

Trentonians Re-enact First Public Reading of the Declaration of Independence

Most have heard of Washington’s famous victory over the Hessians in Trenton in December 1776, but did you know that Trenton first took the world stage in...

52nd Annual Mill Hill Holiday House Tour on December 1st

On Saturday December 1st, homeowners in the beautiful Mill Hill Neighborhood will host the 52nd Annual Mill Hill Holiday House Tour. This year, approximately 15 homes will be opening their doors...

History on West State Street

Driving or walking down West State street is like transporting back into the past. Though, not visible in plain site, the history living on West...

Trent House Celebrates 300 Years by Digging Up History

On Saturday, October 10, 2020, the Trent House Association will be celebrating its 300 year birthday by hosting a virtual event on archaeological evidence of Native American...

Come for the Colonial Church Service and Stay for the Cannons on Sunday during...

Colonial church service, tours, and cannons in Cadwalader Park all happening in Trenton on Sunday December 31st as part of Patriots Week.

Celebrating Trenton’s Historical Figures: R. Henri Herbert

R. Henri Herbert was the founder of Trenton's first (and New Jersey’s earliest) African American newspaper, The Sentinel. Born in 1857, Herbert in his early twenties began publishing...