Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Belly up to an expanded Taste Trenton tour

The Trenton Council of Civic Associations (TCCA) hosts its third annual Taste Trenton restaurant crawl, beginning on Friday, April 21.

Janssen Pharma supports MCCC’s Trenton campus

Janssen Pharmaceuticals, headquartered in Titusville, recently awarded a grant to support Mercer County Community College’s downtown Trenton James Kearny Campus (JKC) health training programs.

Wolfe’s ‘Anthracite Fields’ fires up Trenton cultural scene

The space that was once the heart of Trenton’s industrial power is now the furnace of Trenton’s emerging art industry.

Pink Diamond Boutique opens for business in Trenton

The Trenton Downtown Association held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Pink Diamond Boutique last week at 110 West State St., Trenton.

Trenton art work finds home in Trenton library

A corner of the beautiful Trenton Free Public Library is a designated gallery for local artists to display their work and help showcase the library to visitors.

Mayor Jackson appoints two new school board members

Mayor Eric E. Jackson recently appointed Heather Watson and Addie Daniels-Lane to the Trenton School Board.

Trenton redevelopment: Sweet deals and sour notes

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has always had a special interest in breathing life into the business community in its own back yard.

New downtown Trenton gallery opens on Broad Street

Mercer County Community College has opened of the Gallery at the James Kerney Campus, located in the Trenton Hall Annex at 137 North Broad Street.

Real life drama on stage at Passage Theater

Passage Theater, Trenton’s professional theater company, has two one-actor shows arriving on its stage as part of its annual Solo Flight presentations.

Trenton group using care – and billboards – to heal a city’s soul

Deacon Stacey Heading’s latest project is Heal the City, a billboard campaign that encourages young people to pursue college educations.

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