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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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Authorities investigating fire at vacant Trenton building

Tuesday, March 27, 2017file - Trenton Fire Department Engine 10 at a call on Hancock St. (Michael Mancuso Firefighters responded to a vacant, three-story building on Passaic Street around 7:30 p.m., Battalion Chief Gus Tackacs said. Flames damaged the third floor of the structure, but did not spread to the below floors or to any surrounding buildings.

Lawmakers: Courts shouldn't be moneymakers

APP impact: Reforms could end courts as moneymakers Lawmakers have started discussing a path to municipal court reform. Check out this story on TRENTON - New Jersey's fragmented and archaic municipal court system, which puts pressure of judges to raise revenue through fines, is on a path to reform, lawmakers say.

N.J. Supreme Court says government can't hide information in electronic databases

TRENTON -- New Jersey's Supreme Court on Tuesday reversed a lower court ruling that allowed government agencies to shield information stored in electronic databases from public view. The high court unanimously ruled that Galloway Township officials in Atlantic County wrongly denied an open records advocate, John Paff , access to logs of e-mails between its town clerk and police chief.

$30K in grants to help East Trenton neighborhood projects

TRENTON -- More than a dozen community programs and projects that are helping to improve and revitalize the city's East Trenton neighborhood have been awarded nearly $30,000 in small grants. On Tuesday, I Am Trenton Community Foundation and Isles announced the 14 recipients of the East Trenton Collaborative Small Grants program.

Christie: Dems not 'politically stupid' enough to shut government over school aid

School aid remains the focus of budget talks in Trenton, where Gov. Chris Christie says he confident there will be a spending plan in place by next week's deadline despite disagreement about how to proceed over school funding. Christie talked with reporters outside Capital Health Medical Center, where he was highlighting a transportation project that will improve nearby Interstate 95 , before returning to the capital to meet with Democratic legislative leaders about their proposed $171 million in school-aid changes.

Detective testifies about evidence found at scene of killing

TRENTON - A pink backpack, spent shell casings and a loaded gun were just some of the multitude of items found scattered alongside a highway ramp and under an overpass where a Trenton man was found shot to death three years ago, according to Trenton police. On Tuesday, those items, along with others found at the scene were discussed as crucial pieces of evidence in the murder trial for Randy Washington, 35. Washington is accused of gunning down 64-year-old Silas Johnson around 10 a.m. in late October 2014 as he walked down Market Street by the Route 1 overpass.

Sticker shock at hospital bill? This reform might help | Moran

Some doctors and hospitals in New Jersey are using legal loopholes to impose enormous and unreasonable fees on out-of-network patients. Some doctors and hospitals in New Jersey are using legal loopholes to impose enormous and unreasonable fees on out-of-network patients.

Guest speaker offers details on Mercer Automobile Co.

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Woodbury invites the public to listen to Tim Kuser present details of the Mercer Automobile Company and its rise in the early 20th century right here is South Jersey. In addition to being a grandson of one of the company's original founders, Kuser is also an expert on the Mercer, the car manufactured in Trenton beginning in 1909 as automobiles first swept the country.

N.J. lawmakers push to expand family leave benefits

TRENTON -- An Assembly committee on Monday approved a major expansion of the state's paid family leave law that boosts benefits and and offers workers job protection. The Assembly Appropriations Committee voted 8-2 to increase benefits available to people caring for newborns or ill family members -- one of just a few state-sponsored programs in the country.

How many turtles have to die before we stand up to the balloon lobby? | Editorial

Let's hope our Legislature has the political chops and good sense to ban balloon releases statewide , so we don't find their tattered remains in our wildlife refuges and the mouths of dead sea creatures. You'd be surprised at what a challenge this is.

4-year-old crushed in car, wasn't in booster seat, cops say

Police are working to determine if faulty brakes led to a 4-year-old boy being crushed when the car he was inside got rear-ended. Jennelle Montgomery, 45, of Trenton crashed into a car parked on Perry Street on June 6, police told

Drug ring suspect admits plotting to sell heroin in Trenton

Christopher Proctor pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Freda L. Wolfson to charges of conspiring to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin, and unlawfully possessing a firearm as a convicted felon, according to a statement from Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick. Proctor was one of 10 people charged following an investigation by the Greater Trenton Safe Streets Task Force, which includes special agents of the FBI and other federal agencies along with local and state authorities.

What Happens When The Attorney General's Office Is Accused Of Discrimination?

Last month, several deputy attorneys general-both past and present-levied serious allegations against the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, asserting that those of African-American descent were casually denied deserved promotions that instead went to their white counterparts. This story originated in Trenton, New Jersey, and if true could mean that an already underrepresented swath of the state's population could struggle even more.

N.J.'s move to legalize marijuana has begun. Here's all you need to know about it.

Although a topic in Trenton for three years, the campaign to legalize marijuana in New Jersey officially begins Monday when a Senate committee will discuss how the potentially billion-dollar industry should be regulated. Gov. Chris Christie is vehemently opposed to legalizing marijuana and he has six months left on his final term.

Home bakers in New Jersey stew over country's last ban

This June 13, 2017 photo provided by Chris Looney shows snickerdoodle cookies baked by Mandy Coriston at her home in Newton, N.J. New Jersey now stands alone as the only state that bars people from selling baked goods they make at home. Coriston is working with a group that is pushing lawmakers in New Jersey to eliminate a ban on selling home baked goods.

Man shot three times in Trenton

TRENTON -- An unidentified man was shot three times on Friday night near the corner of W. State Street and N. Overbrook Avenue. The victim was shot once in the back, and twice in his right leg, which broke his femur bone, according to Trenton Police Lt.

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