Trenton, New Jersey is filled with ‘ghost signs’ advertising organizations and businesses that once operated within the city.
The coffee chain’s new business model will operate in 15 cities and focus on benefitting the community as well as its bottom line.
One of the tallest buildings in Trenton has changed hands and plans are already underway to repurpose the structure into a multi-family housing complex.
The annual Point-in-Time Count will be held today across the United States. Local organizations are aiming to determine just how many New Jerseyans woke up this morning without a home.
The mixed-use project is being constructed near Mill Hill Park at the edge of Trenton’s downtown.
These five city halls — ranging in styles from Neoclassical to Art Deco — made a statement about the importance of New Jersey when they were built.
Stakeholders-ACT!, a community organization, is holding a virtual event tomorrow in an effort to rally support.
New information has been released about the proposed redevelopment project at the site of Trenton’s Van Sciver Building that we reported on last week.
A major culinary publication has finally shown New Jersey’s pizza scene the love that residents know it deserves.
Last week Governor Christie announced an $11.5 million revitalization initiative for Trenton that will include the demolition of 500 vacant homes and the installation of 150 surveillance cameras.