Governor Christie’s Environmental Policies Criticized by Environmental Groups

By Ed Rodgers

Twenty-eight environmental groups rallied in Trenton today to criticize Christie administration policies. 

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Trenton Residents Initiate Recall Process of Mayor Tony Mack

By Jerry Henry

The petition drive to recall Trenton Mayor Tony Mack officially started this morning at the city clerk’s office.  Read more of this post

Reverend Jesse Jackson Supports CWA & NJEA at Rally

By Desiree Taylor

Reverend Jesse Jackson started the day in Jersey City where he led a small rally along Jersey City’s waterfront, which he called Wall Street West.  Read more of this post

Abused Child Asked Police to Take Her Away

By Jerry Henry

 When Trenton police officers came to arrest 33-year-old Pelsie Nichols, who wasn’t home at the time, they say the condition in the house prompted them to alert DYFS.  Read more of this post

African-American Museum Located in Shiloh Baptist Church

By Jerry Henry

Shiloh Baptist Church was founded between 1880 and 1888 as the first colored church of Trenton.  Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, April 1, 2011

Host: Michael Aron

NJ Legislative reapportionment takes center stage, NJ Legislative Budget Hearings get underway in Trenton, and it is revealed that Essex County Executive Joe Divincenzo is receiving a pension and a salary for the same job due to a state loophole. Read more of this post

18th Annual History Convention at State Museum in Trenton

By Dari Mandell

Leaders from New Jersey’s historical sector came together for the 18th Annual History Issues Convention at the State Museum in Trenton.  Read more of this post