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Should Columbus Park be renamed? [poll]

Over the past couple of weeks, statues and monuments have been vandalized or taken down across the country. Protesters say these statues represent slavery and racism. Recently, statues of George Washington (Mill Hill Park) and Christopher Columbus (Columbus park) have been vandalized. Columbus park has become the site of frequent protests with those calling for the statues removal. Many believe

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HAMILTON : missing person

Police are asking for your assistance in locating a missing juvenile,Ivan S Johnson was last seen the evening of June 17, 2020 on the 800 block of Genesee Street where he was staying with a friend. Ivan is described as a 12-year-old black male 5‘6“ tall approximately 130 pounds he was last seen wearing a gray T-shirt, blue jeans and

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Should the statue of Christopher Columbus be removed from Columbus Park?

In the midst of protests going on around the country, there has been a renewed call for the removal of statues that many say represent racism in our country. In recent days, several area residents have called for the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus Park in Trenton. Do you support removing the Christopher Columbus statue? Take

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Do you support defunding police departments? [POLL]

In recent days there have been increasing calls for defunding police departments across the country. Police departments say this will make our communities much more dangerous but supporters say it isn’t about eliminating police departments or stripping them of all of their money. They say it is time for the country to address systemic problems in policing in America and

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Do you support the recall of Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora? Take poll

Two recall committees have submitted documents today to recall Mayor Reed Gusciora and Councilman Joe Harrison. Councilwoman Robin Vaughn is also facing a recall. This comes following a major blow-up between the three during a council meeting on Covid-19 a few weeks back. The recall committee claims that the mayor has failed to preform his mayoral duties, abused his power,

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Should New Jersey reopen for business? Take Poll

Despite making critical strides in the battle against COVID-19 the last couple of weeks, New Jersey is still dealing with a large number of new deaths, cases, and hospitalizations compared to 3 neighboring states and the nation’s two most populated states. However, many in New Jersey believe the governor has mishandled this crisis with over 1 million residents filing for

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