Category Archives: Trenton

Harrison, Gusiciora and Former NBA Star Greg Grant to Clean Up William G. Cook School Area

Trenton, NJ – East Ward Councilman Joe Harrison has wasted no time settling in, getting to work and getting things done for the residents of the East Ward. The Councilman has partnered with Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora and Former NBA star and Trenton native Greg Grant for an all-star effort to clean up the William G. Cook School, located near Cuyler and Walnut

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[POLL] Do you support taking vehicles from illegal dumpers?

Take the Trenton Post poll! Over the past several years many towns throughout Mercer County have been plagued by illegal dumping, especially Hamilton & Trenton. Recently there have been proposals by city officials to enforce ordinances that would allow police to confiscate vehicles caught dumping illegally. Would you support vehicle forfeiture for illegal dumpers? Let us know in the poll

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[POLL] Should Governor Murphy lift the restrictions of the MOU agreement ?

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy line-item vetoed the termination of the (MOU) agreement when he signed the new $37.4 billion budget recently. This agreement has given the state oversight of the city for the past eight years. By lifting the restrictions, Mayor Gusciora would have the ability to hire and fire employees without the state’s approval. Should Governor Murphy lift

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[POLL] Who should be the Trenton city council president? Final round of voting

We are now down to just two candidates after concluding the poll yesterday at midnight. The two candidates with the most votes were George Muschal and Joe Harrison. The results of yesterday’s poll were: 1. George Muschal, 55% 2. Joe Harrison, 21% 3. Marge Wilson, 17% 4. Kathy Mcbride, 7% This is the final round of voting, choose your choice below!

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With the recent increase in gun violence in the area, would you support police using stop and frisk?

Mercer – Do you support stop and frisk..? Incidents like the Art All Night shooting have led to discussions of implementing a stop and frisk policy in Trenton to reduce gun crime. What is your opinion on implementing such a policy? Let us know in the poll below! Want to get noticed…? Advertise with the Trenton post call 609-310-6397

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Trenton: Halfway to Halloween summer kick off

Trenton- Trenton Police Department host Halfway to Halloween summer kick-off. (Photo gallery) www.TheTrentonPost.com 609-310-NEWS (6397) Thursday evening the Trenton Police hosted their annual Halfway to Halloween celebration a free night of family fun, carnival games, music, bounce houses and more. 1300 S. Broad Street open 24/7 The event was held at the Trenton Police Headquarters, 225 North Clinton Ave. The

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Editorial Board Opinion-Who is the Best Choice for Trenton Mayor?

A note from the Editor on how we reached our opinion: The Trenton Post Editorial Board submitted questions to all candidates running in the June run-off, we attended both Mayoral forums/ debates, viewed all candidates resumes, prior histories or records of service and paid close attention while covering the lead up to Tuesday’s Election. If you are reading this and

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