Trenton Park revitalization beginning

Even a global health pandemic can’t keep great things from happening at Trenton Park. A tender has just been awarded to Higgins Construction in the amount of $1,699,700 for the first phase of work as part of the revitalization project spurred by The Hemlock Group, a group of engaged volunteers whose goal is to create...

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Hussher throws hat in ring for mayor race

TRENTON — A town councillor has announced his intentions to run again in the fall municipal election, this time for mayor. Coun. Don Hussher told council last week that he will run for the top spot on council. Hussher is in his 15th year as a town councillor, having first been elected to serve four...

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$3.8 M in upgrades coming for Trenton Park

TRENTON — Local stakeholders are lauding the government funding for improvements at Trenton Park. Cindy MacKinnon from Destination Eastern and Northumberland Shores emceed the announcement last Friday of $3.8 million in government funding for the project. She was accompanied by Jennifer Bethell from the Hemlock Group, who took part in the press conference, while the...

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Steeltown celebrates: 136 years since pouring of steel

TRENTON – A local industrial milestone was celebrated on Thursday with the rededication of the first pouring of steel ingots in Canada in July, 1883 in Trenton with the unveiling of a special plaque. “This is an awesome way to start a great weekend in Trenton,” Mayor Shannon MacInnis said. He was referring to the...

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Mayor’s Tea

Trenton FunFest got into full swing on Thursday in a sweet way – with the Jessie Smith Memorial Mayor’s Tea. The afternoon event was held at the Trenton Station Market on Main Street across from the town hall. Here, Mayor Shannon MacInnis spends some time at the tea chatting with Heather Roussy and Marion Nicholson....

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