As U.S. immigration policy changes rapidly, is it fair that undocumented workers face the law without representation?
A worn mural on the corner brick building declares the Italian Peoples Bakery “The Pride of Chambersburg.” Especially this year, on the bakery’s 80th anniversary, there is much to be proud of.
New plays, a collaboration between an orchestra and theater company, a city-wide arts event, and professional dance performances are all part of the Trenton arts season heating up this month.
State House seeks guides, Chess Collaborative opens, and other headlines from around the city.
Due to high demand in early voting, officials have extended their hours for Vote-by-Mail processing.
Crisp outdoor weather and warm creative interiors will again beckon art lovers to Trenton this November, as the fifth annual Art All Day returns.
Trenton Music Makers will begin the program year this week with eight new instructors, a new middle-school site, and an orchestra twice the size of last year’s.
Trucks will be competing for the overall popular vote in either the Sweet or Savory categories, with attendees voting for their favorite.
The daughter of Puerto Rican immigrants — and now an artist in the current Artworks exhibition of Latina artists — Torres spent much of her childhood homeless in Trenton and supported mainly by her father.
Trenton residents and workers daydreaming about an escape to an island can wake up — the opportunity is just a stone’s throw from the shores of the Delaware River.