More than 450 Trenton residents learned the importance of water conservation and hydration during the Greenwood Ave. Farmers Market’s Water Fest.
This year's Prudential’s Backpack Challenge collected and donated 150 backpacks to children in need throughout the Trenton area.
The Trenton Council of Civic Associations released a report identifying significant weaknesses in the City of Trenton’s implementation of the Vacant Property Registration Ordinance.
Rap artist Black Collar Biz — aka Byron Marshall — has a dream and it echoes through the Levitt Concert Series.
The New Jersey Arts Annual Special Edition on view at the New Jersey State Museum highlights the works of New Jersey artists chosen for their excellence.
Rashad Malik Davis is set to sign copies of his new children’s book, "Carefree, Like Me! Chapter 1: Root the Brave" at Classics Books in Trenton.
Tom Mladenetz, now 56 and executive director of the CYO, started as a youth volunteer for the CYO of Mercer County and has barely left.
DJ Ahmad Shakir is just Trenton’s sound and pulse and in the best Jersey Jam.
The August Artworks Trenton exhibition “Urban Legend” refers to just that: one of the city’s legendary artists, Will “Kasso” Condry.
Sun Bank Arena gets Lyft, the Jersey Jam comes back to Trenton, and other updates from New Jersey's capital.