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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.
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.
The Trenton Public Education Foundation (TPEF) received two grants totaling $30,000 from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and an anonymous donor.
The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County is presenting a series of events to commemorate African American History Month.
Studio B Bakery & Bistro recently opened its doors in Trenton to glowing reviews from the community.
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.
The Trenton Artist Workshop Association and the Trenton Free Public Library present the exhibition “Walls on Walls,” opening with a reception on Thursday, Feb. 23.
A state office-building project was announced in September of 2016, with a goal to provide modern office space in Trenton for 1,400 state employees.
Last January the latest chapter in Griffith Electric’s history unfolded when the company was purchased by Franklin Electric of Moorestown in Burlington County.
A new group of heroes and villains is about to descend on Trenton, all thanks to comic book author and creative writing teacher Maurice Mander.
The Howard Hughes Corporation has proposed an ambitious mixed-use development plan near Quaker Bridge Mall in West Windsor.