A runoff election will be needed to determine the next mayor of New Jersey’s capital city, where none of the six candidates secured at least 50 percent of the vote.
A judge is giving the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city 12 days to make a case for why he should not be thrown out of office after being found guilty of corruption.
A former Trenton municipal worker has admitted taking part in a bribery scheme that federal prosecutors say involved city Mayor Tony Mack.
The mayor, his brother Ralphiel Mack and convicted sex offender Joseph Jo Jo Giorgianni entered not guilty pleas to extortion, bribery, conspiracy and mail fraud charges.
The FBI raided the home of the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city early Wednesday morning.
Two Water Works employees, including the brother of Mayor Tony Mack, were arrested Monday and charged with official misconduct and theft by deception.