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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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NJ Transit spent $1M on Penn Station project ad campaign

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Trenton schools get $100K to help improve literacy

TRENTON -- The Trenton Literacy Movement has donated $100,800 to the city's public schools as part of its efforts to help ensure that all children are reading on grade level by third grade. The district says it will use the money to start an after-school program for second-grade students who are not reading on grade level.

Chris Christie: I told Wfan I don't want a job there

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reacts to a question during a news conference in Trenton, New Jersey, U.S. on March 28, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie said Sunday he pulled himself out of the running for a job as a sports-talk radio host on WFAN when he leaves office in January.

Jersey icons: the Jersey tomato

Jersey Icons: the Jersey tomato If you don't know why the Jersey tomato is an icon, chances are you haven't tasted one. Check out this story on If you have tasted one, you already know the answer.

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New book on Nkrumah launches on September 21

A new biography of Ghana's first president, Death of an Empire - Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana and Africa, will be released on September 21 as the country marks the national holiday of his birth. It is written by the last of his All African Cabinet Ministers and the youngest-Kwame Sanaa-Poku Jantuah who also served as his Ambassador to France, Brazi, and the United Kingdom.

$535M Powerball jackpot up for grabs Saturday

A $535 million Powerball drawing, the eighth-largest in lottery history will be held just before 11 p.m. on Saturday. will publish the winning numbers immediately after the drawing concludes.

Some babies face herpes risk as N.J. lacks circumcision safety rules

Some babies face herpes risk as N.J. lacks circumcision safety rules Metzitzah b'peh ritual circumcision calls for mouth-to-genital contact between rabbi and newborn in ultra-Orthodox ritual. Check out this story on Male infants may be exposed each year to a deadly form of herpes from an ultra-Orthodox circumcision ritual that mandates rabbis use their mouths to suck blood from the fresh cut.

Scholarship for H.S. Seniors

New Jersey's Agriculture Ambassadors gathering during the New Jersey Department of Agriculture Convention this past winter in Atlantic City. New Jersey residents who are in their senior year in high school this year and are planning a career in agriculture or science may apply for the New Jersey Agricultural Achievement Award.

Man killed by train in Trenton lived on other side of tracks

TRENTON -- The man killed by a River Line train Thursday night in South Trenton was identified Friday as a 76-year-old man who lived on the other side of the intersection where he was struck. Pedro Perez died at the scene after being hit at about 8:40 p.m., NJ Transit and Mercer County authorities said.

Nearly 1,000 attended Bishopa s outdoor Mass in Belmar Aug. 13

Bishop David O'Connell's outdoor Mass in Belmar last Sunday drew nearly 1,000 people, according to an estimate provided by the Diocese of Trenton. According to Rayanne Bennett, executive director of communications for the Diocese of Trenton, the estimate is based on the number of communion hosts distributed during the Mass.

2 teens admit to having guns on Trenton streets

Nazir Francois, 18, of Trenton pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a handgun. He was arrested Aug. 12 after police spotted him walking down the street with the unregistered weapon.

Isles, Inc. unveils public art to reactive vacant spaces in Trenton

Two public art projects, a mural and a site-specific installation, are part of efforts to reactive vacant spaces and spark changes in how people perceive Trenton neighborhoods.

NJ38 Dems outpace GOP 30 to 1 in fundraising

Democrats in NJ38 have raised $30 for every dollar GOP opponents have raised so far Kelly Langschultz, a New Milford councilwoman, is hoping the GOP ticket's vigorous campaigning negates Democrats' immense fundraising lead. Check out this story on Sentencing for the death of a Paterson teen, family friendly places in New York City and your odds of winning the Powerball jackpot - all this in "7 things to know in New Jersey this weekend.

Person struck and killed by train in Trenton

TRENTON -- A man who appeared to have walked around the safety gates at a light rail crossing was struck and killed Thursday night, NJ Transit said A light rail train traveling north along the River Line hit the man, whose identity was not immediately released, around 8:40 p.m. at Lalor Street and Rt. 129. The gates were in the down position when the man is believed to have went around them, NJ Transit said.

FDA OKs Pfizer drug for rare, fast-killing type of leukemia

In this Monday, Nov. 23, 2015, file photo, a Pfizer flag is displayed in front of the company's world headquarters in New York. The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new medicine for use against a rare, rapidly progressing blood cancer after other treatments have failed.

Trenton squad hosts American Youth Circus Festival

TRENTON -- Anyone can throw out a ceremonial first pitch, but Wednesday night, Trenton Chief of Staff Francis Blanco threw out a bowling pin. Blanco, subbing for Mayor Eric Jackson, was in attendance not at a baseball game, but at the the American Youth Circus Festival held at the Old Roebling Wire Works.

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