Monday, February 18, 2019

Top 10 Reasons to Celebrate Trenton’s Revolutionary History During Patriots Week

Each year New Jersey's Capital City provides the unique opportunity for local residents and tourists to experience the events that shaped our nation during Patriots Week, December...

On this Day in Trenton’s History …

Between the State Capitol, Mercer County Community College, Thomas Edison State University, and the Trenton Free Public Library, history is being made everyday here on the streets...

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...

Trenton Free Public Library Offers Beauty

“There is a lot of beauty in the city if you just look for it,” said Rich Jutkiewicz, Community Outreach Librarian for the Trenton Free Public Library....

Giaquinto: Saving Soles Since 1947

The year was 1947 – the early Golden Age of Capitalism. It was a time of strong economic growth near the end of World War II. In...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Crossroads of the American Revolution

In the frigid, pre-dawn hours of Christmas morning 1776, General George Washington embarked upon his famous crossing of the Delaware River, surprising the Hessians in Trenton, scoring...

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