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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
'I need help,' addicted dealer begs judge, 'I've been coming to jail since I was 13'

A heron and cocaine dealer from Trenton who says his life has been shaped by drugs since he was 13 years old pleaded for help from a Pennsylvania judge who sent him to prison Friday. "I'm standing here today, talking to you as a man, telling you that I need help," Dayshawn Camp told Bucks County Judge Wallace H. Bateman Jr., according to the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.

Trenton mother of 3 who's getting 2 degrees was speaker at MCCC graduation

Latasha White, a mother of three sons and a non-traditional student at Mercer County Community College , says success can happen at any age. After being the primary caregiver for mother, who passed away from cancer in 2010, she traded in her desk job in accounting for studies in a profession where she could help people - especially the elderly.

Not guilty! After representing himself, NJ Weedman freed by jury

A Mercer County jury on Thursday acquitted Ed "Weedman" Forchion of witness tampering - a charge that has kept him locked up in county jail for more than a year even as violent offenders have been released  under the state's new bail reform law. Forchion remained locked up even after a jury last November acquitted him of a more serious second-degree witness tampering charge.

Steve Sweeney continues to look out for his own personal interest

Clearly Steve Sweeney is attempting to salvage what is clearly an underwhelming opportunity for the state to increase revenue. As we've discussed over the past few weeks, sports betting will not be the windfall everyone in Trenton predicted and celebrated.

Cheating the system is not how mature adults resolve problems

Gov. Phil Murphy delivers his Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Address in the Trenton on March 13, 2018. Lying to constituents by promising things that had no chance of being delivered is wrong and damaging.

TRENTON a " New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's administration...

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's administration says it's penciling in $13 million in expected revenues from sports betting. Treasurer Elizabeth Muoio told the Democrat-led Assembly budget committee Monday that the estimate is based on an expected rate of 8 to 15 percent.

Lawmaker wants states to reject sports bet 'integrity fee'

FILE a " In this May 14, 2018, file photo, people make bets in the sports book at the South Point hotel and casino in Las Vegas. A top New Jersey lawmaker, Democratic state Senate President Steve Sweeney, urged all 50 states on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, to reject "integrity fee" payments to professional sports leagues in any sports betting legislation, calling it "extortion" for leagues to demand money for hosting honest games.

Food Notes: Pork roll festivals add flavor to holiday weekend

Once again Memorial Day Weekend in Trenton means hamburgers, hot dogs and lots and lots of pork roll with dueling pork roll festivals scheduled for Saturday. The Trenton Pork Roll Festival opens at 10 a.m. at Trenton Social bar and restaurant, 449 S. Broad Street.

Gas tax blues and Spadea's 5-point plan to make NJ affordable

No sooner did the previous governor and his cohorts in the Legislature propose a hike in the gas tax, we called it out for what it is. A blank check drawn on your account for the elite insiders to line the pockets of special interests.

US Judge Rejects Challenge to NJ Firearm Carry Restrictions

A federal judge in Trenton, New Jersey, has turned back a constitutional challenge to New Jersey's law requiring the showing of a "justifiable need" for anyone who wants to carry firearms in public. The suit was brought by the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs and a Wall, New Jersey, resident who was denied a permit to carry a handgun because he could not demonstrate a justifiable need.

TRENTON a " Following three consecutive months of gains, New Jersey employers reported...

Following three consecutive months of gains, New Jersey employers reported fewer jobs in April as the unemployment rate edged lower by 0.1 percentage point to 4.5 percent. Total nonfarm wage and salary employment decreased by 7,200 in April to a seasonally adjusted level of 4,174,300, according to preliminary estimates produced by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That big debate over Phil Murphy's tax increases will rage on as no new cash is flowing to N.J.

If New Jersey lawmakers were hanging on to hopes that tax collections would prosper and spare them from some tough budget choices on making cuts or raising taxes, Monday's assessment from state budget experts was a bitter pill. There was no "April surprise," the Trenton expression for a boom or bust income tax filing season that can expose last-minute budget shortfalls or turn up extra cash.

Oh baby! This had to be the cutest Statehouse rally ever.

Wearing diapers, riding in strollers, and for the first time flexing their political muscle, a bevy of babies accompanied their parents to a Statehouse rally to remind lawmakers they shouldn't forget families at budget time. Parents, clergy and lawmakers participating in the "Think Babies" demonstration in Trenton spoke broadly about the need for more affordable child care and a more generous paid family leave law that would double time off from six weeks to 12 weeks after a child is born or adopted.

Grinning woman turns heads by parading in the Nude through a New Jersey suburb

The unidentified woman caught the attention of several neighbors on a street in Trenton as she strolled along the sidewalk in her birthday suit. Video footage shows her switching between a cheeky smile and red-faced fury as confused spectators question whether she's under the influence of drugs.

How surveillance cameras led police to charge 6 after the killing of 2

When Mercer County's Homicide Task Force was scouring the Chambersburg neighborhood of Trenton investigating the January killings of two young men from Philadelphia, they did what police typically do. Cameras helped investigators piece together the chain of events that led to the murders of Jerard Perdomo Santana, 25, and Ivan Rodrigues, 19 on the afternoon of January 22, a probable cause affidavit shows.

TRENTON a " New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into...

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law a bill giving judges, Cabinet officials and other government officers a salary increase. Murphy said in a statement Friday that the measure was ``long overdue.'

Gas prices remain high with holiday weekend approaching

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