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Trenton is located in almost the exact geographic center of the state. During the American Revolutionary War, Trenton was the site of George Washington's first military victory. On December 26, 1776, Washington and his army, after crossing the icy Delaware River to Trenton, defeated the Hessian troops garrisoned there. After the war, Trenton was briefly the national capital of the United States in November and December of 1784.

Population: 82883
Local Newspapers: The Times
Local Sports Teams: Trenton Thunder (EL baseball) Trenton Devils (ECHL Ice hockey)
Local Colleges: Thomas Edison State College

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Towns/Cities near trenton, new jersey : Mercerville White Horse Yardville Ewing Bordentown Morrisville PA

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Police officer taken off streets amid excessive force accusations

A Trenton police officer has been removed from duty while authorities investigate at least two incidents in which he used excessive force during arrests last year, two law enforcement sources say. The investigation of Anthony Villanueva, a city officer since 2015, started last year by Trenton police and the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office, but has since been taken over by the FBI, the sources said.

Legal Weed Advocates Make Their Case in OC

City Council heard pleas from two pro-cannabis speakers at its March 8 meeting, and shut down a growing argument between them and a firmly anti-marijuana resident. Hugh Giordano, a representative of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 152, told council that the cannabis industry means good jobs, and Lefty Grimes, a resident of East Hanover, described the drug as important medicine that can save lives.

TRENTON a " Revised data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicate the...

Revised data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate the New Jersey labor market grew at a solid pace in 2017, expanding by 43,400 jobs. Additionally, preliminary estimates for January 2018 show the trend continuing in New Jersey's job market, with a monthly total nonfarm job gain of 13,000, while the state's unemployment rate held steady at 4.7 percent.

Dennis Malloy to host benefit comedy night at his alma mater

It was announced late last year that the Diocese of Trenton was pulling its $500,000 funding from Holy Cross Academy in Delran. So a group of fiercely loyal and dedicated alumni has decided to run the school as an independent private catholic school.

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) a " Drivers are again seeing lower prices at the pump in New Jersey even...

According to GasBuddy.com, the cheapest gas in West Milford could be found at: $2.37 per gallon at Delta, 151 Marshall Hill Rd & Lincoln Ave., $2.39 per gallon at Delta, 1850 NJ-23 N and Germantown Road $2.49 per gallon at Sniders, 4 Marshall Hill Road and Union Valley Road AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in the state was $2.58, down two cents from last week. Motorists were paying $2.29 a gallon at this time last year.

Amazon HQ2 Process Will Benefit Greater Trenton, Says Development Group's CEO

In an exclusive video interview with GlobeSt.com, Greater Trenton CEO George Sowa discusses how the city's bid for Amazon's HQ2 positions it for better conversations with other prospective companies. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.

Physician-assisted suicide up for debate again in NJ

State legislators are again looking at changing New Jersey law to allow terminally ill patients deemed by doctors to have less than six months to live to obtain a prescription for medication that, if taken, would end their lives. , where nearly 1,300 terminally ill people have intentionally ended their lives by taking lethal medications in the last 20 years.

Should your doctor help you die? How N.J. lawmakers voted after emotional hearing.

Penny Postel of Cherry Hill composes herself after delivering emotional testimony in favor of the "Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act" on Monday at the Statehouse. Postel said her son lived with excruciating pain before he died from cancer, and wished the law was in place to help him.

Fiscal mess, tax hikes likely for New Jersey governor's first budget

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is expected to unveil tax hikes for businesses or millionaires and the green light for marijuana sales when he proposes his first state budget on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy speaks after taking the oath of office in Trenton, New Jersey, U.S., January 16, 2018.

Democrats are in charge, so no big fights over Murphy's budget, right? Don't bet on it.

So Democrats are in charge of everything in New Jersey government for the first time this decade, and progressives who chafed under two terms of Chris Christie couldn't be happier. For eight years, they took aim at the Republican governor for paltry investments in everything from schools and safety net social programs to public transit and government worker pensions.

Venezuelan musical education has caught on in Paterson

The Fiddlefest and Falala Festival is a statewide orchestra and choir event for children who receive music training inspired by El Sistema Music program with roots in Venezuela helps students in Paterson, Union City and Newark The Fiddlefest and Falala Festival is a statewide orchestra and choir event for children who receive music training inspired by El Sistema Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2p550pK Nearly 300 students from several New Jersey immersive ensemble music learning programs converge in Paterson for the 4th annual Fiddlefest and Falala Festival. A drumming class.

Fix medical marijuana program, Phil Murphy's new health commissioner told

Shereef Elnahal testified Thursday at the Statehouse in Trenton before the Senate Judiciary Committee approved his nomination as commissioner for the Health Department. To his left, Carole Johnson, nominated as commissioner of the Department of Human Services, awaits her turn.

Recycling your way to zero waste

Trash seems to be an inevitable part of life in our modern culture. But is it possible to reduce your garbage by half? How about 75 percent or even all of it? New Jersey has always been in the forefront of trash reduction.

45 officers from 5 counties graduate police academy

The newest class of graduates from the Mercer County Police Academy come from several law enforcement agencies in five New Jersey counties. Trenton police had 18 officers graduate, the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office had six and the Mercer sheriff's had five.

Opinion: Republicans can guard NJ from overreach1 hour, 20 minutes | Contributors

Senate Minority Leader Thomas Kean Jr. argues that Senate Republicans still have role to play as guard dog for affordability in Trenton. Opinion: Republicans can be guard dogs against overreach in Trenton Senate Minority Leader Thomas Kean Jr. argues that Senate Republicans still have role to play as guard dog for affordability in Trenton.

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) a " New Jersey businesses earning more than $1 million would see their...

The move is expected to bring in $657 million in new revenue for New Jersey, Sweeney said. He wants to use the money to help fund schools, with some of the new revenue going toward special education and pre-school.

NJ Weedman to jail warden: Give me back my flash drives

As marijuana activist Ed "NJ Weedman" Forchion prepares for a second trial on witness tampering charges , he says he's unable to access some of his court materials. Forchion says the documents were on computer storage devices - USB flash drives - that Mercer County Correction Center Warden Charles Ellis confiscated on Jan. 28. When Forchion asked Ellis for an explanation, Ellis cited a 2015 memo which explains the jail's policy on acceptable formats attorneys can use to review discovery documents with their clients.

These special interests spent millions to sway your politicians on N.J.'s hottest issues

Led by health insurers and power companies, special interest organizations spent more than $90 million on lobbying efforts in 2017, a year marked by a government shutdown over the governor's demands of a leading insurance company and a clash over a $300 million nuclear energy subsidy. The latest lobbying totals come from an Election Law Enforcement Commission analysis of company and industry group's spending on in-house lobbyists and outside agents, advertising and other costs of doing business.

NJ on Air streams the Garden State to the world | Logged On

Sitting between the New York City and Philadelphia media markets, New Jersey doesn't have a lot of TV to call its own, but Gerald D'Ambra is changing that. A "Jersey guy" from Marlton, D'Ambra has launched NJ on Air, a free streaming network available on Roku, Apple iOS, and Google Android devices.

Two N.J. hospital chains will explore a merger

Virtua Health, which includes its hospital in Voorhees, has signed an agreement to explore a merger with the company that owns the Lourdes Health System. (NOAH ADDIS Two south Jersey hospital chains announced Thursday they are exploring a merger, a deal that would make them one of the most formidable health care networks in the outer-Philadelphia region.

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