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N.J. (AP) Trenton's convicted mayor is refusing to leave office, and that's slowing the pace of city business and forcing officials to work around him. Mayor Tony Mack was convicted of bribery, fraud and extortion two weeks ago. Under state law,
N.J. (AP) Authorities say a New Jersey man awoke after a long night's sleep to discover a knife stuck in his back. Police in Trenton say the 42-year-old man didn't know why his back was hurting when he got up Sunday so he had his brother take a look.
N.J. (AP) City Council members in New Jersey's capital city are objecting to plans to revive the Thanksgiving parade...An aide to Mayor Tony Mack in June had sought $15,000 to hire entertainers and purchase floats for the parade...Councilwoman
Firefighters in Trenton, N.J., have rescued a homeless man who was buried by debris when a boarded-up house partly collapsed. Fire officials say the roof and a wall of the abandoned three-story building came crashing down early Thursday...Fire Chief
Gun-control advocates are calling attention to the violence plaguing Trenton as they urge the governor to sign a package of gun bills on his desk. The capital city has experienced a sharp increase in shootings this year. The Times of Trenton reported
The suit argues that the Ivy League school's commercial activities, such as performances at the McCarter Theatre, the retail food outlets at Frist Campus Center and the health services at McCosh Health Center, make it a business like any other. The
The New Jersey woman charged with endangering her sons by living with them in a storage locker has had her first supervised visit with the boys...A judge ruled Friday she could see her sons but only with supervision, The Times of Trenton reported.
N.J. (AP) A key cooperating witness in an FBI sting that targeted the mayor of New Jersey's capital city has died. The Times of Trenton reports former attorney Lemuel Blackburn was 75 and he had been battling illness for several years. Federal
Trenton is spending $295,000 to keep the state capital's only hotel from closing its doors...The city-owned hotel has struggled for years to fill rooms and has become a money pit for Trenton. It's now a Marriott but that hotel chain decided to pull
N.J. (AP) Staffers at the public library in New Jersey's capital city are now rationing bathroom supplies following a growing wave of vandalism and theft. Signs posted outside the first-floor bathrooms at the Trenton facility direct patrons to the