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Boto pushes Edison past Perth Amboy in double OT

PERTH AMBOY The Edison High School boys soccer team needed a savior on Tuesday evening, and it found one in Nabil Boto.

The junior scored the game-winner in double overtime in front of a loud Perth Amboy crowd to give Edison a 3-2 win in a game in which the Eagles trailed 2-0 at the half. 407 more words


Building on the Momentum

As a final wrap-up, we wanted to let everyone know where our projects have gone and where they are going. We have utilized our grant for four different programs: 311 more words

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Boy, 16, missing from Perth Amboy, NJ

PERTH AMBOY Police are trying to locate a 16-year-old boy who allegedly ran away from home Sunday evening.

Police said Christian Reyes is described as having black hair, black eyes, is about 5-foot-5 and 130 pounds, and was last seen leaving his home in the city.


Look for these faces on video soon!

School is back in session and thus our Teen Center will be starting up again soon.  The teens in Perth Amboy are excited to once again have a safe environment to exercise and socialize.   337 more words

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Cruise through Raritan Bay with Cornucopia

The cruise experience — made up of gourmet meals, formalwear and coveted time with family and friends — is usually one that comes with a hefty price tag attached to its time overseas to faraway destinations. 709 more words


“What do I know of man’s destiny? I could tell you more about radishes.” ~ Samuel Becket

Our Farmer’s Market is in full swing! The market is open every Tuesday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm thru October. Asprocolas Acres Farm provides our Farmers Market with over 100 pounds of fresh tomatoes, 168 pounds of fresh fruit, 3 bushels of various kinds of potatoes, as well as different varieties of lettuces, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants and of course bushels of their delicious NJ sweet corn as well as farm fresh eggs! 298 more words

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Food Pantry Donation

This past month we were able to donate some of the produce from our PAAC plot at the community garden that was ready to be harvested. 21 more words