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This is the third weekend in an ongoing series by The Times of Trenton to photograph local proms in the area.
TRENTON - City police are seeking the public's help in finding a 14-year-old city girl who has been missing for more than two weeks.
TRENTON - A car stop and drug arrest earlier this week led to nine burglary charges against a city man allegedly responsible for a string of break-ins to Trenton landmarks including the Masonic Temple, police said.
Helping Hands of New Jersey, a nonprofit corporation that assists with relief in disaster areas, has established local drop-off points for donations of supplies for families devastated by tornadoes in Oklahoma earlier this week.
A file photo shows a wide angle view of a courtroom in the Mercer County Criminal Courthouse in Trenton.
Sen. Nia Gill is smart enough to be a great legislator, but after 12 years in the Senate she can claim no significant accomplishment.
TRENTON - City Council voted to approve $200,000 for the city-owned hotel and gave preliminary approval for an ordinance to borrow $3 million for renovations to the hotel at their meeting last night.
Funnels confiscated during an investigation dubbed "Operation Swill," in which 29 bars and restaurants in New Jersey are accused of putting cheap booze in premium brand liquor bottles and selling it, are displayed during a news conference, Thursday, May 23, 2013, in Trenton, N.J. Thirteen of the restaurants cited are TGI Fridays located in central ... (more)
At one bar, a mixture that included rubbing alcohol and caramel coloring was sold as scotch.
TRENTON - A 42-year-old city man was shot in the leg Wednesday night by a man who argued with him over a $250 debt, police said.
A man said by prosecutors to have been the "mastermind" of the slaying of a musician in his Philadelphia-area home three days after Christmas in 2011 will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
TRENTON - City council members are questioning a proposal by Mayor Tony Mack and his administration to transfer money set aside for a director to oversee two historic city-owned buildings to instead fund the hiring of several summer employees in the recreation department.
Sheena Johnson, center, outside the Trenton Marriott an hour after her release from the Mercer County Correction Center 5/18/13. Johnson was being held in the jail on child endangerment charges after she lived with her sons in a Ewing storage locker.