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Millhill Child & Family Development Book Drive Underway

You can provide summer books to Trenton area kids who will be participating in the Millhill Child & Family Development Center’s summer reading camp, RISE, by purchasing books online or dropping them off at the center. Purchase books from Scholastic Books online until June 9, or drop off books at Millhill Friday, June 26, at…

Amazon Job Fair in Trenton on May 21

Amazon is hiring workers for its Robbinsville warehouse at a job fair at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton this Thursday, May 21 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The company will make on-the-spot job offers. Amazon is looking for full-time fulfillment associates to work in the Robbinsville facility. Amazon offers benefits and employee…

Trenton Historic Development Collaborative Awards $30,000 in Grants to 13 Community Projects

Trenton Historic Development Collaborative Awards $30,000 in Grants to 13 Community Projects

  The Trenton Historic Development Collaborative, in partnership with I Am Trenton Community Foundation and Isles, has awarded $30,000 in grants to 13 community projects for the spring funding cycle.  The grants support grassroots community development projects in the neighborhood bordered by West State Street, Willow Street, Hermitage Avenue, and Bellevue and Rutherford Avenues. Projects…


Two Trenton Area Students Win First Place in Safe Routes to School Bookmark Design Contest

The Greater Mercer Transportation Management Authority sponsored a safe routes to school bookmark design contest with the theme “My favorite place to walk/bike is…”. The contest was open to all 3rd through 5th graders. Twenty schools participated and more than 300 entries were received.  The winners were announced during NJ Bike and Walk to School…

City of Trenton Announces New Latino Advisory Council

A new Latino Advisory Council has been formed to help the city administration better engage, serve and connect with the Latino community, officials announced. Latinos represents more than 30 percent of Trenton’s total population. “One of Trenton’s most valuable assets is its diversity. The Latino community is very important to the fabric of Trenton, and…


Capital City Book Fair in Trenton Runs May 1-2

The streets of downtown Trenton will be lined with booksellers, specialty presses and authors tomorrow, May 1 and Saturday, 2 for the inaugural Capital City Book Fair. Organized by Classics Books and the Trenton Downtown Association, the book fair will celebrate the written word with readings, talks, book signings, literary-themed tours of Trenton, Scrabble, live…


Help Stamp Out Hunger on May 9th

Postal workers will collect food to be donated to area food pantries on May 9 this year as part of the National Association of Letter Carriers annual Stamp Out Hunger campaign. For 23 years, the National Association of Letter Carriers has collected non-perishable food donations along postal routes across the nation on the second Saturday…

Trenton Clean Communities Litter Pick Up Day to Be Held April 21

Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson will kick off the city’s 28th annual Clean Communities Litter March on Tuesday, April 21, at City Hall. “This is an opportunity for city residents to join the effort to help keep their city clean,” Jackson said. “Litter is an important public policy concern of residents, business owners and community groups….


Trenton Mayor Announces New Service Center for the Homeless

Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson yesterday announced the opening of the Coordinated Entry and Assessment Services Center where single, homeless adults can access comprehensive services. The center is a partnership between the City of Trenton, Mercer County and the Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness.


Millhill Female Trenton PEERS Program Receives Princeton Area Community Foundation Grant

The Princeton Area Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls has awarded the Millhill Child & Family Development a $17,700 grant to support of the Female Trenton PEERS Empowerment and Education Program. The grant was one of five awards given to local organizations by the leadership team of the Fund for Women and Girls. The…