Posted on Government & Politics/Law & Public Safety

Christie Counts Racist Governor of Maine Among His Supporters

Maine’s Governor Paul LePage is known for a lot of things, including being under consideration for impeachment. LePage is also one of Governor Chris Christie’s biggest supporters, having endorsed Christie for President in July. But Christie was conspicuously silent about his gubernatorial cheerleader in the days after LePage was caught on video saying that people from… Keep Reading

Posted on Law & Public Safety

County Completes 4-Year Expansion of Shooting Range

In December, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office (MCPO) announced the completion of a four-year, $500,000 effort to improve and expand their “Firearms Training Facility” in Hopewell Township. This “state-of-the-art” training center is used by various Mercer County police agencies, as well as state and federal law enforcement agencies, according to a press release form the… Keep Reading

Posted on Education

Here’s What Trenton Central HS Will Look Like in The Future

The NJ School Development Authority (SDA) released video that shows a three-dimensional computer model of what the future holds for Trenton Central High School. In April 2015, the school board approved the design, dubbed “The Tornado,” to replace the high school that first opened in 1932. The existing school is currently being demolished by USA Environmental… Keep Reading

Posted on Arts & Culture

VIDEO: Big Daddy Kane Performs at Trenton Hotel

Antonio Hardy, the legendary musician known as “Big Daddy Kane,” performed at a special event held at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in downtown Trenton on January 3. Hardy performed one of his classic hits “Ain’t No Half Steppin'” to an excited crowd at the hotel.  The event was produced by Ice Productions and tickets sold for… Keep Reading

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Trenton Firefighters to Get Raises and Bulletproof Vests

Trenton’s bravest will hopefully be a little safer thanks to the purchase of bullet proof vests. According to a report by the Times of Trenton’s Cristina Rojas, the city’s EMS workers have been wearing the vests for years, but now firefighters will follow suit. The vests are one new component in the city’s recently-negotiated deal… Keep Reading