A Tapestry of Awesome: ‘Fabric of Trenton Exhibit’ at Trenton Free Public Library Until Dec. 31

Trenton is your home, and much like a long-abandoned classic car, it only takes a bit of time and some love to make it shine again. Together, we are making that happen! Trenton is a great city, full of history — and it’s time...

TESU Charts Successful Course to Student Learning and Engagement

Thomas Edison State University's (TESU) Center for Learning and Technology — recently renamed to ‘The W. J. Seaton Center for Learning and Technology’ in honor of William J. Seaton's years of commitment to the university and educational technologies that support adult learning —...

Growing Up in Trenton: Happy Memories in the Depths of the Great Depression

By Kathleen Ann Martin Blum, Trenton High Class of ‘40 The Great Depression uprooted my family and swept away everything we had – just as it did to tens of millions of other Americans. We found...

Mayor Gusciora announces tax relief info sessions to be held throughout City

The Gusciora administration announced an initiative to provide public information sessions regarding property taxes and offer technical assistance to our residences. In 2017, the City of Trenton underwent a property revaluation, which raised taxes on many residents and businesses throughout the city. 

NJ State Council on the Arts Hosting Folk Arts Apprenticeship Application and SAGE Workshops

The New Jersey State Council on the Arts will be hosting a Folk Arts Apprenticeship Application and SAGE Workshops information session February 27, 2019 11:00 a.m. – 12: 30 p.m at their headquarters at 33 West State Street, 4th Floor.