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If you haven't seen it yet, we have a new blog on our website.

State Street, by Statehouse reporter Jared Kaltwasser, was launched earlier this week. The blog will focus on how Trenton's most famous street impacts Main Street, and our wallets. Jared's first post explains. The blog will also offer quick takes on the political issue of the day, like his second post did.

Our State Street page in the print edition is very popular, and I expect the State Street blog to be popular too. Be sure to check it out.

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If you haven't seen it yet, we have a new blog on our website.

State Street, by Statehouse reporter Jared Kaltwasser, was launched earlier this week. The blog will focus on how Trenton's most famous street impacts Main Street, and our wallets. Jared's first post explains. The blog will also offer quick takes on the political issue of the day, like his second post did.

Our State Street page in the print edition is very popular, and I expect the State Street blog to be popular too. Be sure to check it out.

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