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Trenton, New Jersey is located in Mercer County. Zip codes in Trenton, NJ include 08618, 08645, and 08638. The median home price in Trenton is $62,000 which is roughly $62/per square foot. More Trenton information.

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45 min ago |

Trenton man pleads guilty to 2010 shooting death of Andrew Leonard

Under the terms of the plea deal, accepted by Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mark Fleming, Phobus Sullivan, 30, of Monmouth Street, pleaded guilty to first-degree aggravated manslaughter stemming from the Dec. 14, 2010, shooting death of 21-year-old West Ward resident Andrew Leonard.


45 min ago | The Jersey Journal

Trenton man charged in statewide child pornography sweep

The men, who were arrested from February to this month, were charged with possession of child pornography.


4 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Toxicology results pending for dump truck driver charged in fatal collision near Lawrence lake

TRENTON - Prosecutors are awaiting test results to see whether a driver was impaired when the dump truck he was driving pushed a car into Colonial Lake last week, killing a Trenton man.


8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Summer movie nights return to Trenton, with 'Frozen,' 'Despicable Me 2' headlining

TRENTON - An event that helped city residents and their families get outdoors on warm summer nights has returned this summer thanks to the help of a city resident and a number of generous sponsors.


12 hrs ago | The York Daily Record

Willie Nelson, Farm Aid coming to N. Carolina

The concert is scheduled for Sept. 13 in the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh.


Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Lebanon Daily News

Minor injuries after Alaska tourist train derails

White Pass and Yukon Railroad President John Finlayson tells The Associated Press that the injured are being treated at a clinic in the tourist town of Skagway, about 100 miles northwest of Juneau.


Trenton Police Director Ernest Parrey Jr. talks plan for new government

As part of Trenton's government makeover, the newly elected mayor has appointed a new top cop, and he has big plans for the department.


Ruidoso News

Stonestreet: Acceptance will grow for gay athletes

Actor Eric Stonestreet predicts that one day, it's not going to take an act of courage for an openly gay person to play in the NFL.


The Charlotte Observer

New Jersey sues over Florida pizza shop logo

TRENTON, N.J. The New Jersey Turnpike Authority wants a Florida pizza shop to pay a big toll for using a logo similar to the iconic Garden State Parkway's green and yellow signs.


Town Topics

Judge Rejects AvalonBay's Injunction Request

AvalonBay's attempt to have a Mercer County Superior Court judge order the town of Princeton to sign off on a demolition plan and issue building permits for its planned 280-unit rental complex was denied Tuesday.


The Jersey Journal

Opinion: Help map capital city's future with Trenton250

As the new acting director of the Department of Housing and Economic Development for the City of Trenton, I encourage readers to participate in Trenton250 , the city's first comprehensive Master Plan.


Food Production Daily

Peak packaging: TerraCycle hosts optimization course

The sustainability-minded company will host a course showing food firms, packaging producers, and other stakeholders how to craft effective, sustainable packaging.


Tue Jul 22, 2014

CBS Local

'Manhattan West' Development Project Taking Shape On West Side

They're building big on the Big Apple's West Side as a new platform is set to cover train tracks, and support a $5 billion development project in the area.


Fishman on Christie bridge scandal probe: 'Investigations take time'

TRENTON - New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman today said he won't predict how long it will take his office to finish an investigation into the George Washington Bridge scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie's administration.


Christie administration improperly denied bridge scandal records requests, judge rules

The Christie administration wrongly denied a Cape May County man's requests for Open Public Record Act requests filed in the wake of the George Washington Bridge scandal, N.J. Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ruled Monday.


The Jersey Journal

Back-to-school backpack project aiming to help kids in Trenton foster care system

The Shiloh Baptist Church of Trenton and the Shiloh Community Development Corporation hosted a back to school backpack giveaway on August 24, 2013.


The Times of Trenton

Mural by California artist brings Trenton library to life

A white-walled, windowless room in the Trenton Free Public Library has been brought to life thanks to an enchanted forest mural being painted by California artist Nichole Blackburn.


The Jersey Journal

NJ350 Pop-Up Store sets up shop in Somerville July 22-26

Borough merchants and restaurant owners are helping New Jersey celebrate its 350th anniversary by hosting the NJ350 Pop-Up Store, a collaborative showcase for all that makes the Garden State great - home grown talent, merchandise and products.


Mon Jul 21, 2014

Social media brings new life to 1988 case of Trenton missing child, Melissa McGuinn

More than 25 years after her disappearance, the case of a kidnapped baby girl is getting a new type of attention.


Changes to N.J. bail system not a done deal, Sweeney says

The fate of a constitutional amendment and a bill to overhaul New Jersey's bail system is still uncertain TRENTON - New Jersey lawmakers are working to change the state's bail system, but it's not a done deal, Senate President Stephen Sweeney said today.



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