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Trenton firefighters surround a car that was struck by a River Line train near Lalor Street and Route 129 Saturday.
"George Dougherty needs no introduction to the Mercer County Bar, nor Mercer County for that matter.
TRENTON - A measure that would ask New Jersey voters to dedicate up to $200 million per year for open space and historic preservation appears to be dead.
Eleanor Kubacki, founder and CEO of EFK Group, a full-service ad agency in Trenton, New Jersey, photographed in her office.
For a man who hears, on average, once every three days that someone in his jurisdiction has died of a drug overdose, Joseph D. Coronato wields stubborn optimism.
Photo of Trenton Central High School's auditorium where the seats were recently replaced.
The 650,000-square-foot former Capital Health Mercer Campus hospital complex at 446 Bellevue Avenue in Trenton will shut down its emergency room operations tonight.
A bill that would bar an employer from conducting a criminal background check on job candidates during the pre-application and application process has been approved by an Assembly committee.
Nineteen-year-old Kazair Gist of Trenton, N.J., will be eligible for parole at age 70 for his role in the slaying of Danny DeGennaro during a botched robbery at the guitarist's Levittown home.
From left, Flecia Brown, of Hamilton, New Jersey, purchases a lottery ticket from Gleenell Anthony at Health Care Pharmacy, on S.Montgomery St., in Trenton, New Jersey on Monday, December 16, 2013, when the Mega Millions jackpot had climbed to $550 million.
Tabernacle, Burlington County, N.J. - Detectives with the New Jersey State Police Major Crime Unit and Troop C Criminal Investigation Office are investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found in the woods along Route 206 Monday morning.
TRENTON - New Jersey's education commissioner has the final say in approving or denying charter school applications, but those decisions can now be subjected to court challenges, the state Supreme Court ruled today.
TRENTON - A retired Trenton police officer has made a mission out of helping low-income families with young children obtain diapers while at the same working on an advanced university degree.
TRENTON - A city man was rushed into surgery but expected to survive after being shot in the Three Bridges area late Friday night, police said.
City firefighters battled a second-alarm fire on the 200 block of Walnut Avenue tonight for more than an hour.
TRENTON - Police are trying to find out whether a city man accidentally shot himself Friday afternoon, then refused to cooperate with investigators.