The city of Trenton is hosting a Homesteading Homebuyers’ Workshop for first time home purchasers and non-residents who are interested in helping Trenton in its effort to beautify the city and to make it a place where people want to live. According to a press release published on the city’s website, http://www.trentonnj.org, the Homesteading Homebuyers’ … More Trenton’s Homesteading Pilot Program Looks To Help First Time Homebuyers and Attract Non-Residents.
Trenton–“Why does it take police officers so long to get to [the scene of a crime]?” one student at Trenton High West asked. Detective Mary Melendez replied officers respond to calls based on priority.The question was asked yesterday during an open discussion between the students at Trenton High’s West Campus and detectives Mary Melendez and … More Two Detectives Meet With Students At Trenton High West Campus
The westward Citizens Police Advisory Council would like to change the setup design at the next town hall meeting; a public dialogue between the Trenton Police Department and its residents. Ray Ingram and Joe, who co-chairs of the Citizens Police Advisory Council, said at the meeting, held last Thursday at police station on Hermitage Ave … More The Citizens Police Advisory Council Wants To Create A Better Dialogue between Police Officers and the Community.
Today parents for vaccine choice lost a bout when the health committee voted for A1931, a legislation that would lessen the amount of religious exemptions given for vaccinations … More A1931 BIll Makes It Harder To Get Religious Exemption
How do we empower parents, strengthen families, and nurture healthy youth in Trenton? This was one of the core questions young leaders thought deeply about at a gathering designed to foster solutions to problems facing Trenton. … More Youth Leaders, Teachers, Politicians, and Civic Leaders Talk Change At Thomsena’s Takeout