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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

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

Trenton News
Body pulled from Delaware & Raritan Canal, police say

TRENTON -- First responders on Friday pulled a man out of the Delaware & Raritan Canal after he jumped in, police said Saturday. The man, later identified as Anthony Richardson, 51, jumped over a fence and into the canal on the 200 block of Old Rose Street in Trenton around 7:03 p.m., police said.

Trenton arena naming deal worth $1.5M to Mercer County

TRENTON -- CURE auto insurance will pay Mercer County $1.5 million over 10 years for the rights to call the 10,000-seat arena in Trenton the CURE Insurance Arena, officials said. CURE and Comcast Spectacor, which manages the arena for the Mercer County Improvement Authority, announced the naming deal last month without the financial details.

Class action suit alleging wasteful eye medication packaging reinstated

A federal appeals court has overturned a lower court ruling and reinstated a putative class action lawsuit in which plaintiffs charge that eye medication manufacturers and distributors packaged their product in a way that forces consumers to waste much of it. Plaintiffs charged that the dropper tips for medication distributed by generic and brand-name manufacturers are too large, causing them to waste at least half of every drop of medication dispensed from any one of their product bottles, and putting them at risk of side effects because of the additional medication that is dispensed, according to Wednesday's ruling by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appels in Philadelphia in Leonard Cottrell et al. v.

Trenton's City Hall awash in pink

The building's East State Street facade is adorned with pink breast cancer awareness ribbons and is lit in pink at night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month , to highlight the importance of getting mammograms between the ages of 45 and 50. "Our administration believes strongly in putting the people of Trenton first. We want to create policies, collaborations and programs that improve the wellness of our residents and empower them with essential health-related information," Mayor Eric Jackson said in a statement.

Couple take refuge in candidate's church

Arthur Jemmy walks through a hallA way at The ReA formed Church of HighA land Park, where he and his wife are takA ing sancA tuA ary to avoid deA porA taA tion, on Oct. 12 in HighA land Park, N.J. The church, who is led by pasA tor Seth Kaper-Dale, a Green Party canA diA date in the New Jersey guA berA naA toA rial elecA tion, has a hisA tory of hostA ing imA miA grants in danA ger of deA porA taA tion. The canA diA date's platA form inA cludes declarA ing New Jersey a sancA tuA ary state.

After 3 decades, this N.J. leader won't be back in Trenton | Editorial

For the first time in more than three decades, Diane Allen will not be in her customary spot to answer the roll call. The popular Republican from the Seventh District announced her retirement this past January, capping a career in public service that dates from an unsuccessful run for the school board in Moorestown, where she grew up.

Heading opioid commission, Christie boosts drug companies

Chris Christie is leading the national response to the opioid crisis. He's also governor of a state calling itself "the medicine chest of the world."

Corrections officers' union president charged with 2nd sex assault

TRENTON -- Donald Ryland, the veteran Mercer County corrections officer arrested earlier this week , was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting a second woman. According to the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office, on Oct. 12, Trenton police officers responded to call for "unknown trouble' on Riverside Avenue.

The night Justices Scalia, Ginsburg and Kennedy sang karaoke with Renee Fleming

National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins speaks at a news conference in Trenton, N.J., on Sept. 18, 2017.

Retiring TV news reporters lauded by Mercer County

TRENTON -- Action News' Nora Muchanic and Andy Doane have long been respected among their peers and many of the officials they've covered for the Philadelphia newes station the past 30 years. On Tuesday night, Mercer County politicians made it official, honoring the Trenton-based reporter and cameraman with a resolution by the Mercer County Board of Freeholders.

Capital Health's hospitals moving to 'Tier 1' in Horizon plan

Medical personnel move a patient into the Capital Health Hopewell campus on the first day of operation in this November 2011 file photo. TRENTON -- Capital Health has announced that their two Mercer County hospitals will be classified as 'Tier 1' hospitals in the Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey OMNIA health insurance plan.

TV writer from N.J. says she lost a job to blatant sexual harassment

A veteran comedy writer and producer from New Jersey is among the latest to tell a story of blatant sexual harassment in Hollywood. Janis Hirsch , a Trenton native who worked on Showtime's " It's Garry Shandling's Show " in the 1980s, wrote about the traumatic episode for The Hollywood Reporter.

Trenton councilman announces he wants to be next mayor

TRENTON -- Branding himself the education candidate, but saying he'll put cops on foot posts and fill vacant properties, Trenton Councilman Alex Bethea announced Wednesday he wants to be the city's next mayor. An at-large councilman since 2010, Bethea was a teacher, supervisor and principal in the city schools for 40 years before retiring last year.

Make English NJ's official language

The latest battlefield of logic versus great offense is Cliffside Park High School. A teacher there has been accused of being close-minded, inappropriate, and downright racist.

New Jersey cities tout unique offerings in bid for Amazon HQ

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This Trenton company gives trash a second chance | Editorial

Trash, waste, rubbish - no matter what you call it, it's something most of us don't want to deal with and we just want it to go away. Most of us don't give it a second thought once we discard something in the dustbin or flush it away into the sewage system.

Obamacare sticker shock: Horizon customers to pay 24 percent more in N.J. next year

In this February file photo, New Jersey Citizen Action held a protest in Westfield outside the offices of Rep. Leonard J. Lance, R-7th regarding the threatened repeal of Affordable Care Act, in Westfield, NJ. Premiums will rise in 2018 for people who buy their own policies on the health exchange, in part because of steps taken by President Trump to weaken the health care law.

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