This year’s Jersey Fresh Jam will be featuring all four performing elements of hip hop: MCing, DJing, graffiti and breakdancing.
The Old Barracks Museum is getting ready to celebrate history, music and warm summer evenings with the fourth annual Taptoe Concert Series on July 29.
Since Pokémon Go’s launch, several historic sites have reported an increase in visitors.
Five Trenton road reconstruction projects totaling $2.8 million that were funded by the Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) have been suspended.
It’s the Trenton musical deal of the season: a 10-part series of musical performances featuring hot national acts and some of the strongest performers from the capital city region — all for free.
The devil is in the details is the cliche best used to think about the New Jersey State Legislature’s move to place a constitutional amendment to fix the pension problem — by making guaranteed payments — on the November election ballot.
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Jeff Hurley became Trenton Thunder’s chief operating officer and general manager in the off-season.
The 25 feet wide and 15 feet tall work by New Jersey artist Illia Barger painstakingly captures scenes from one of Trenton’s most historic moments: George Washington’s first battle with Hessian soldiers on December 26, 1776, the morning after the historic crossing of the Delaware River.
Plenty of fireworks and festivals with live music will be available for the celebration of Independence Day this year in and around Mercer County.