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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

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Ex-N.J. attorney general: Why N.J. is so hard to govern. (Hint: It's in our DNA) | Opinion

Sometime in the next few months, Gov. Phil Murphy and his senior staff will be sitting around a conference table in the makeshift governor's office up the street from the Statehouse -- a gift from his predecessor -- and someone will say out loud the question on all of their minds: "Why is this state so hard to govern?" It's a question that governors of both parties and their staffs have asked in frustration and answered -- mostly inadequately -- for decades. Here is an assessment of the usual answers and why they point to a larger underlying failure: The predecessor: A perennial favorite scapegoat, the previous governor and his or her record is fair game.

N.J. first lady says she was assaulted when she was a UVa student

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Thousands gather in Morristown as Women's March on N.J. kicks off

Wearing their pink hats and armed with handmade signs, thousands of people gathered in Morristown Saturday morning for a local Women's March designed as both a protest of President Donald Trump's first year in office and a call for a massive voter turnout in the November midterm elections. Marchers gathered in front of Morristown Town Hall for the kickoff of the 11 a.m. event.

Man arrested following afternoon shooting in Trenton

A Trenton man was shot in the chest inside a city home Thursday afternoon, and a man arrested at the scene was charged with the crime, police said Friday. Police received a call at 1 p.m. Thursday reporting someone had been shot inside a home on the 300 block of Brunswick Avenue.

Man shot in Trenton last summer dies, investigation ongoing

A Trenton man who was severely injured in a Trenton shooting last summer died Monday, according to the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office. An autopsy was performed Tuesday, Jan. 16, on Michael Anthony Jr., to determine the cause and manner of his death.

TRENTON a " Preliminary monthly estimates released by the United States Bureau of Labor...

Preliminary monthly estimates released by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that New Jersey total nonfarm employment decreased by 11,400 jobs in December to a seasonally adjusted total of 4,126,600, as the state's unemployment rate edged down by 0.1 percentage point to 5.0 percent. A preliminary over-the-year analysis shows that from December 2016 – December 2017, employment in New Jersey was higher by 22,900 jobs, with all the gains recorded by private sector employers .

Theater To Go brings 'Twentieth Century' laughs to Kelsey Theatre

All aboard for Broadway, from left, Dan River, Jeffrey Millstein, Charles Acosta, Erin Leder, Jack Bathke, Kate Blazo, Jake Zillioux, Barry Leonard, Joyce Porter, Tom Chiola, and Stan Karuzis. It's time to travel back to the 1930s for a rollicking good time on the rails as Theater To Go presents Ken Ludwig's Twentieth Century at Mercer County Community College's Kelsey Theatre.

Christopher Columbus statues across the state splattered with red paint

A Christopher Columbus statue in downtown Trenton has become at least the fourth of the explorer's likeness to be vandalized in New Jersey this week. Many lumped Columbus and his statues in with other historical figures that were being defaced across the country because of their ties to slavery and marginalization of certain racial groups.

New governor's son appears to make 'Circle Game' gesture during swearing in

The 20-year-old son of New Jersey's new governor caused a stir at his dad's swearing in Tuesday when he made a hand gesture on stage near his father that appeared to be a meme popular with young people called the"Circle Game." Josh Murphy, a sophomore at Tufts University, made the gesture just as his dad, Gov. Phil Murphy, took the oath of office according to video posted to nj.com .

Christie criticizes reports of his airline security handling

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looks at the audience during an inaguation ceremony in Trenton, N.J., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. Democrat Phil Murphy become the state's 56th governor, succeeding Republican Chris Christie after he was sworn in at the War Memorial in Trenton Tuesday less New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looks at the audience during an inaguation ceremony in Trenton, N.J., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

Hospital groups creating company to make cheap generic drugs

In this Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, file photo, a nurse administers an injection at a Pennsylvania hospital. In an initiative announced Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, several major not-for-profit hospital groups are trying their own solution to drug shortages and high drug prices: creating a company to make cheaper generic drugs.

Runaway teen sex slave rescued by NJ cops on Route 295

A teenage girl who was being kept as a sex slave was rescued by state troopers who saw her walking along Interstate 295 last Thursday night, State Police said. The 17-year-old girl told police that a couple had been taking her from one motel to another against her will in order to engage in prostitution.

Trenton mayor: We're on top of Trenton Water Works issues

Elected leaders representing the 64,000 customers served by Trenton Water Works are asking for state, county and local officials to meet about continued problems at the utility, which issued another boil water advisory on Monday. The water utility - serving Trenton and parts of Hamilton, Ewing and Lawrence - has come under fire recently by the state for failing to provide reliable and safe water to Mercer County residents.

Women's March on N.J. 2018: What you need to know to go

One year after a wave of women's marches swept across the nation in the wake of Donald Trump's election, organizers are trying to keep the momentum going with a new series of anniversary rallies scheduled for this weekend. The national march, which attracted hundred of thousands to Washington, D.C., last year, will be held Sunday in Las Vegas .

Hamilton, Trenton offering free rabies clinics for pets

In Hamilton, the town will have a clinic this Saturday, Jan 20, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and in Trenton on Jan. 22nd and 29th, both Mondays, from at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pet owners are required to be residents of either municipality, and will have to prove residency, and show identification, officials said. "In New Jersey, it's mandatory for dogs to have these vaccines in order to receive a New Jersey dog license," said Jeff Plunkett, Hamilton Township director of health.

Post-snow freeze is on the way, followed by weekend warmup across N.J.

Keep those hand-warmers handy, New Jersey. Following a snowstorm that dumped more than a half-foot of snow in some parts of Northern New Jersey, the temperature will take a nose dive Wednesday night, as the mercury dips down into the teens across most of the Garden State.

Domestic Violence - Why NJ lawmaker finally told her story

I remember sitting on my couch. My chin was still gushing blood. My eye was starting to really swell up.

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