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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
Man smells of marijuana at court, gets arrested, police say

WEST AMWELL TWP. - A 25-year-old man from Trenton was charged with marijuana possession after showing up to municipal court smelling of marijuana, police said.

Prosecutor Sees Greater Workload; At Jail, Inmate Population Level

Lauded by supporters, derided by critics, barely noticed by much of the public and narrowly upheld in a recent decision in Trenton, a state Constitutional amendment that dramatically changed bail in New Jersey has had little effect on the number of inmates in the county jail, at least so far. The change, which had the support of Gov. Chris Christie and more than 60 percent of New Jersey voters as a ballot question in November, aimed to disconnect what happens to someone accused of a crime while awaiting trial from how much money they have.

More than 200K N.J. seniors could take a hit if Obamacare repealed, group says

Nearly 212,000 New Jersey seniors could end up paying another $1,200 on average for their medications each year if a repeal of Obamacare meant the return Medicare's infamous "doughnut hole," a health policy group estimates. A little-known provision of the Affordable Care Act has chipped away at the unexpected costs seniors encounter when their prescription drug bills get too high.

Guadagno finally says it: She's not Chris Christie

TRENTON -- Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno has been playing a delicate balancing act as she runs to succeed her unpopular boss, Gov. Chris Christie , as New Jersey's governor, distancing herself from his policies but never mentioning him by name.

Phoebus picks Morris politician as running mate

A former township mayor, councilman and Morris County freeholder has announced his run for state Assembly in the 24th District and confirmed a partnership with a recently declared state Senate candidate in the Republican primary. David Scapicchio, of Flanders, said he will run on a joint ticket with state Senate candidate Gail Phoebus, currently a Republican Assembly member from the district, in the June primary.

NJ gang that held up food deliveryman, gas station and bank are nabbed, cops say

The earliest of the three incidents occurred Feb. 5 when a Valero gas station on Burlington-Mount Holly Road in Westampton was held up by a black man, a white man and a black woman. The station attendant was assaulted, police said.

Trenton police searching for missing 14-year-old girl

Kimberly Sandoval was reported as missing from the 400 block of Centre Street, and has been known to frequent Columbus Park, the 200 block of Virginia Avenue, the 300 block of Mott Street and Dunn Middle School area, Trenton police said. Sandoval is 4-feet 11-inches tall, weighs about 80 pounds and has dark brown hair and brown eyes.

Trenton man shot at by police makes 1st court appearance

TRENTON -- A man who was shot at during a confrontation with a Trenton police officer will remain in jail pending a detention hearing later this week. Dwayne Derry, 52, faces charges for aggravated assault on a police officer, weapon possession, resisting arrest, obstructing the law and drug offenses.

Discovery 3 centuries of African-American military history at Old Barracks Museum

"America, We Served!: Three Centuries of African American Soldiers" will be held this weekend at the Old Barracks Museum in Trenton.

Official charged in United flight bribe case dies at age 62

In this Sept. 18, 2014, file photo, Jamie Fox listens in Trenton, N.J., after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced that he has chosen Fox to be New Jersey's new transportation commissioner.

Official charged in United flight bribe case dies at age 62

In this Sept. 18, 2014, file photo, Jamie Fox listens in Trenton, N.J., after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced that he has chosen Fox to be New Jersey's new transportation commissioner.

Racial tensions boiling over at PBA local, former official says

A maximum security unit at the Middlesex County Jail in North Brunswick. A former corrections officer union official claims racial tensions among guards is at a boiling point.

Another apartment building fire fuels NJ debate over lightweight wood construction

The Feb. 4 fire in Maplewood that destroyed much of the under-construction housing development has reignited a debate over the way these types of structures are built and what safety precautions should be in place. It was a hot issue following the Edgewater fire that left hundreds of families homeless, but that discussion slowly died down, and nothing has changed since, at least officially.

Trenton police officer fires at suspect during struggle

TRENTON -- A police officer fired at a drug suspect during a confrontation in the city's West Ward Saturday night, Trenton police said. The incident started at about 8:40 p.m. during an operation by the department's Street Crimes Unit on North Hermitage Avenue, police spokesman Lt.

Trenton raises tobacco purchasing age to 21

Trenton is joining a growing list of townships across New Jersey that are making it illegal to sell cigarettes to anyone under 21. In a vote of 6-1, the Trenton City Council passed an ordinance banning deli's and liquor stores from selling cigars, cigarettes or e-cigarettes to anyone under 21. Before casting their votes, City Council members heard several compelling arguments, including one that stated more than 11,000 people die in the state each year from tobacco-related illnesses. Studies found that nearly all of those people started using tobacco before the age of 21. "The fines go up to $1,000 for a third offense.

Change date for N.J. fire district elections | Editorial

Will another editorial decrying the wasteful and widely ignored fire district elections that take place on Saturday finally end this exercise that exists mainly to guarantee little fiefdoms for a small group of fire company officials? Probably not, but we're going to keep trying, because turnout at this separate February balloting makes the tiny electorate that used to vote in spring school elections look like a comparative stampede. New Jersey's school board elections were switched to the November general election date several years ago, greatly boosting participation in candidate and budget decisions.

Another NJ city raises tobacco-buying age to 21 - will it make a difference?

The state's capital will become the 22nd New Jersey municipality where you have to be at least 21 to buy tobacco products. The statewide minimum age is 19. The City Council voted Thursday night to prohibit the sale of tobacco or nicotine delivery products, including e-cigarettes, to anyone under 21 starting March.

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