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2 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
CHRIS CHRISTIE sometimes compares governing New Jersey to parenting. He did it again last week when asked at a town hall meeting about pending legislation to limit firearm magazine capacity to 10 rounds.
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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
TRENTON - The land where famed steak house Pete Lorenzo's Cafe once stood will be turned into a parking lot, at least for the next three years, while developers work to tie up loose ends on plans for an apartment and office building.
11 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
New Jersey State Prison in Trenton. State corrections officer Elegia Then was going about her job one Saturday last month, letting prisoners out of their cells to shower, when she was jumped and beaten.
15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Now that disgraced Trenton Mayor Tony Mack has finally been forced out of office, the spotlight has returned to Trenton's economic future and the question of how the struggling capital city can leverage regional and national trends to experience the type of revitalization that we are seeing in Newark, New Brunswick and Jersey City.
19 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Former Police Director Jim Golden, who is running for mayor in the May municipal election, announced he is going to be running on a slate with three at-large council candidates.
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The corner of Rosa Parks Boulevard and 12th Avenue qualifies as one of the city's crime hotspots.
Wide angle view from the bench in a courtroom in the Mercer County Criminal Courthouse in Trenton on South Warren Street.
Richard Kachmar is sworn in as Trenton city clerk by deputy clerk Cordelia Staton.
The verdicts in Christopher Asch and Michael Van Hise's conspiracy trial came a year after a conviction in a headline-grabbing case of a police officer accused of plotting abductions and cannibalism.
Trenton resident Jim Golden speaks at a Trenton City Council meeting at City Hall on Thursday, December 6, 2012.
TRENTON - The triangular brick building at Cass and Adeline streets in South Trenton has seen better days.
In the wake of the death of a couple of inmates at the Burlington County Jail under mysterious circumstances, some residents are calling for the Attorney General to hold an independent investigation.
From left, Nolan Syers of Hamilton and his aunt Cheryl Kovacs, of Lumberton, NJ at Catholic Charities' Early Intervention Support Services, located on Cass St., in Trenton.