Friday, March 24, 2017

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.

From another side: An immigrant’s tale

Gabriela Imreh takes us beyond the travel ban headlines and into the heart of the immigration matter.

Urban pioneer Elijah Dixon gives Trenton-made goods a Hanover Street storefront

Elijah Dixon is opening The Orchid House, a consignment shop dedicated to Trenton-made products.

Discovery 3 centuries of African-American military history at Old Barracks Museum

This weekend, learn about the impact made on war efforts by black soldiers throughout American history during the Old Barracks Museum's America, We Served!: Three Centuries of African-American Soldiers event.

City of Trenton issues revaluation notices

The city of Trenton mailed revaluation notices in January to city property owners to complete a court-ordered revaluation of nearly 30,000 residential and commercial properties.

Trenton Public Education Foundation wins awards

The Trenton Public Education Foundation (TPEF) received two grants totaling $30,000 from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and an anonymous donor.

African American Collaborative offers free events for Black History Month

The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County is presenting a series of events to commemorate African American History Month.

Studio B Bakery is the ‘breakfast place that Trenton deserves’

Studio B Bakery & Bistro recently opened its doors in Trenton to glowing reviews from the community.

Trenton Historical Society’s most recent picks for preservation

The Trenton Historical Society released its list of “Top Preservation Opportunities” — an annual practice to keep the city’s historic architecture in the public eye.

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Mercer Muslim community seeks to educate following ban, shooting

The members of the Islamic Circle of Mercer County know what people say about Islam. They also know that not everybody knows what Islam is all about. And that is what they’re looking to change.