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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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Bloomfield School District schedules Transgender Symposium

Bloomfield School District schedules Transgender Symposium The Bloomfield school district will host a Transgender Symposium at Bloomfield High School. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2pP4eN7 The Bloomfield School District will host a Transgender Symposium at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, in the media center at Bloomfield High School.

Cloudy skies, light rain for Earth Day but sun on the way

Saturday won't be a complete washout, but anyone spending lengths of time outside for Earth Day should keep the umbrella handy. New Jersey is expected to be mostly cloudy with a few light showers that will be brief, forecasters said.

Man accused of 2 murders, crime spree turns down plea deal

TRENTON - A man accused of going on a four-month crime spree that included two killings and several armed robberies, turned down his last plea deal Friday. Randy Washington, 35, will go to trial in June for the murder of 64-year-old Silas Johnson Jr., who was shot to death underneath a Route 1 overpass in 2014, Mercer County prosecutors said.

Creamy copyright dispute: Halo Farms takes on Halo Top

Newsworks.org reports the Trenton-based Halo Farms filed the suit last week against California-based Eden Creamery, demanding that they stop using the Halo Top name and destroy all existing products. Halo Top ice cream is sold in markets across the country and advertised as low calorie and high in protein.

Keep the umbrella handy: Weekend forecast a mixed bag for N.J.

While the weekend isn't shaping up as anything close to a washout, rain poses a threat for at least a portion of the next several days. Rain will sweep across much of New Jersey on Friday morning before drier air moves in, according to AccuWeather.com.

N.J. lost 17,500 jobs in March

New Jersey lost 17,500 jobs in March through a combination of private-sector losses and public-sector gains. Meanwhile, U.S. employment growth slowed, with employers adding just 98,000 jobs last month.

Conservative law center aiding those opposing N.J. mosque

BERNARDS - The Thomas More Law Center, a conservative advocacy group, is funding the legal challenge of a group of eight residents served with subpoenas after they objected to the construction of a mosque in the township. This is the second time this year the Michigan-based organization has agreed to represent New Jersey residents.

NJ Weedman spends 4/20 locked up after losing bail appeal

The Weedman, aka Edward Forchion, is also missing the re-opening of his Trenton eatery, now named Weedbukx , which purposely planned to reboot on April 20 - which is also called National Weed Day . Forchion lost an appeal this week to be released pending trial and remains at the Mercer County Correction Center in Hopewell Township on a tampering charge.

South Jersey raccoon tests positive for rabies after biting dog

The Camden County Health Department said the dog was bit when it fought with the raccoon over dog food left outside a city home last Friday. The raccoon was taken to the New Jersey Public Health and Environmental Laboratories in Trenton where the test came back positive on Wednesday.

WWE star Chyna's last voicemail before her tragic overdose

Chyna's tragic last voicemail: WWE star left a message saying she was 'doing much better' less than 48 hours before she was found dead of a prescription drug overdose Tragic WWE star Chyna spoke of entering rehab in Malibu and said she was 'doing so much better now' in a rambling voicemail left just two days before she died of a drug overdose. The recording, obtained by DailyMail.com, was made on April 18 2016 - less than 48 hours before her body was discovered inside her Redondo Beach, California, home.

Wantage murder suspect remains unfit for trial

More than two years after gouging out his own eyes while lodged at Trenton State Prison, Victor Razumov -- the Wantage man accused of slitting the throat of the resident of a home he was robbing in 2012 -- is still unfit to proceed to a trial, his attorney said Wednesday. "We have reviewed the most recent evaluation which has determined that he may not be competent for the foreseeable future," said Robert Baer, Razumov's attorney, referencing an evaluation performed by state doctors at the Ann Klein Forensic Center in Trenton.

Guadagno Offers Big Property Tax Credit Amid Tough Budgets for NJ

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno's property tax plan-which promises to slash up to $3,000 for New Jersey homeowners -will cost the state $1.5 billion in revenue a year, according to her own estimates. For Guadagno, it's a worthwhile price to pay despite the state's battered credit rating and perennial budget shortfalls in aid for schools and pension funding.

N.J. Democrats and Republicans hauling in the cash for this big election year

The six state party and legislative campaign committees have raised more than $1 million in the first quarter of 2017, according to the Election Law Enforcement Commission. TRENTON -- New Jersey's big six fundraising committees are filling their pockets ahead of this year's full card of gubernatorial and legislative races.

Former N.J. man convicted of murder loses appeal in killing outside bar

TRENTON -- A former Long Branch man convicted of murder and attempted murder isn't getting out of prison, an appellate court said in turning down his appeal. Rashaan Lewis, who is serving a 45-year sentence for a 2006 fatal shooting outside a bar in Long Branch, contended his defense attorneys made mistakes that denied him a fair trial.

Westminster Choir Performs Oratorio At Historic Roebling Wireworks Site

MUSIC AND HISTORY: Joe Miller, Choral Director at Westminster Choir College, is the conductor of this weekend's performances of "Anthracite Fields" at Trenton's Roebling Wireworks.

Brand Report: Smashing a Sales Record in March

Home sales moved 6.6 percent higher year-over-year in March, smashing the previous post-recession record made in March 2016, according to the latest RE/MAX National Housing Report. "We expect a seasonal uptick in sales this time of year and March certainly met and somewhat exceeded that expectation," says Dave Liniger, RE/MAX co-founder, CEO and chairman of the board.

N.J. avoids another credit downgrade as perky economy trumps ailing pension system

TRENTON -- New Jersey's economy is at last beginning to show solid improvement, providing a counterweight to its "woefully underfunded" pension system, according to Fitch Ratings, which on Tuesday left the state's credit rating unchanged. New Jersey is "meeting expectations" for its "A" credit Rating -- the second lowest of any U.S. state, Fitch said.

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