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Better known as "City by the Bay" Perth Amboy is named for James, the Earl of Perth combined with the original Algonquin term for the area. The city was chartered as a city in 1748 and was one of New Jersey's original townships in 1798. Gene Kelly's character in "An American in Paris" is said to be from Perth Amboy in the film. The city was also commonly mentioned in Looney Tunes cartoons in the late 50's and early 60'. The city is also the birthplace of Jon Bon Jovi.

Population: 47303
Local Newspapers: The Middlesex County News
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Local Colleges: Middlesex County College

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Glimpse of History: A pizza landmark in Perth Amboy

A 2012 article by Tom Haydon in The Star-Ledger notes that the business was founded in 1932 and was in business at the location for 71 years until 2003. In 2012, Sciortino's Pizzaria moved to its current location on New Brunswick Avenue in the city, two blocks from its original home.

State DEP awards over $9 million in grants for 12 water projects

The state Department of Environmental Protection has announced a dozen grants for programs that will enhance protection of waterways in their communities. Specifically, the money comes come from the state's corporate business tax, Natural Resource Damage settlements secured by the DEP, and money from the federal Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Water Act, the DEP says.

Perth Amboy brownfield site to become park

The city has been awarded $7.1 million in grants from the state to convert a former scrap yard into a 6.1 acre public park Perth Amboy awarded grants to transform brownfield site to park The city has been awarded $7.1 million in grants from the state to convert a former scrap yard into a 6.1 acre public park Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2w90Fbr Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin and Leigh Anne Hindenlang, executive director, Perth Amboy Redevelopment Agency, announced Wednesday that Perth Amboy was awarded $7.1 million in grants toward a project to convert a former scrap yard into a green space on 2nd Street in Perth Amboy.

PJ Library writes a new chapter

The Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks and the Board of Rabbis of Princeton Mercer Bucks is initiating a new outreach program through PJ Library called Food with Friends. The initiative is being funded by an $8,000 "engagement grant" through the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, one of only 12 in North America and the only one in New Jersey.

PHOTOS: Perth Amboy BID holds classic car show

Perth Amboy Wilda Diaz helped host the BID's Classic Car Show this past weekend. The Mayor is standing in a Ford Roadster that is owned by Ralph Richardson, who is next to the car.

No jail for ex-drug counselor who extorted client over positive drug test

NEW BRUNSWICK - A former drug counselor who admitted to taking $1,500 from a client to write positive progress reports despite failing a drug test was sentenced Monday to three years of probation. Anthony Trimble, 54, of Howell Township, was working part-time at Journey to Wellness, a privately-owned substance abuse and treatment facility in Perth Amboy, when he took $1,500 from a client, authorities said.

Monmouth County man killed in 440 crash - DWI charge for truck driver

A Jersey Shore man was killed on Route 440 on Wednesday after being rear-ended by a tractor trailer whose driver police said was under the influence. Aleksander Isserovich, 38, of Brooklyn, rear-ended a Hyundai Sonata driven by Jason Appio, 45, of Ocean Township in Monmouth County, around 3:30 p.m. on Route 440 South, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said.

Franklin man guilty of fatal Perth Amboy shooting

A Franklin Township resident was found guilty of fatally shooting a Perth Amboy man during an altercation on Valentine's Day. Franklin man guilty of fatal Perth Amboy shooting A Franklin Township resident was found guilty of fatally shooting a Perth Amboy man during an altercation on Valentine's Day.

New Jersey homicide suspect caught in Massachusetts

A suspected member of a violent Central American gang wanted in connection with a homicide in New Jersey has been captured in Massachusetts. Boston police say 20-year-old Francisco Carlos Ramires was among three men arrested on Sunday.

Man charged with having stun gun

A Perth Amboy man was charged with possession of a stun gun and having false identification after the vehicle he was driving was stopped on Beatty Street for a moving violation, police said. According to police, Adonis Caba, 20, was stopped n Aug. 31 at 8:57 p.m. While the officer was speaking with Caba, the odor of marijuana was detected coming from inside the vehicle.

Businessman claims chest pains on sentencing day for kickback scheme

Rehan Zuberi pleaded guilty in May 2015 to the first-degree charge of financial facilitation, otherwise known as money laundering, in addition to conspiracy to commit bribery, and subsequently aided prosecutors in 17 cases. Zuberi's sentencing hearing was scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday but postponed after his new attorney, Alan Zegas, told Superior Court Judge Salem Ahto that Zuberi checked into Raritan Bay Medical Center on Sunday night after complaining of chest pains.

Perth Amboy teen's death ruled homicide

Perth Amboy teen's death ruled homicide Jose David Guardado-Leiva's body was found Aug. 25 on Conrail property Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2xH5R2o Communities through Central Jersey will hold events Aug. 31 in observance of International Overdose Awareness Day aimed at ending drug deaths. NEW BRUNSWICK - Officials have identified the body found on Conrail property last week as an 18-year-old Perth Amboy man whose death has been ruled a homicide.

Teachers brush up on science skills

Science teachers Alyssa Sylvester from Liberty Middle School in West Orange, Jonathan Irizarry William from William C. McGinnis Middle School in Perth Amboy, and Jane Chung, Liberty Middle School, work on an experiment during a workshop to teach teachers about the new Next Generation Science Standards held at Raritan Valley Community College. WEST ORANGE -- While students have been enjoying the final days of summer, their science teachers have been busy preparing to meet the challenge of New Jersey's new science standards.

Man found dead in Perth Amboy

The man, who was not identified pending notification of his family, was discovered near William Street on Friday, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said in a release.

Woodbridge man charged in Linden fatal crash

Woodbridge man charged in Linden fatal crash Donna Babbs, 62, of Union Township died at the crash scene Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2xzYOZy Communities through Central Jersey will hold events Aug. 31 in observance of International Overdose Awareness Day aimed at ending drug deaths. LINDEN - A 51-year-old Woodbridge man has been arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash in which a 62-year-old woman died.

The KKK met its match in Central Jersey in thea

History lessons: The KKK met its match in Central Jersey The KKK wanted to be powerful in Central Jersey. The people in Central Jersey wouldn't let them Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2xvSja1 The Ku Klux Klan protests on July 8, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia,.

New trial for man accused of trying to rape woman in store bathroom, judges rule

PERTH AMBOY -- A court has overturned the conviction of a 26-year-old man who was previously found guilty of dragging a woman in the bathroom of a city store and trying to rape her six years ago. Joshua Green, who was convicted in 2013 on three sex assault charges and a count of kidnapping, will get a new trial in the September 2011 incident in Perth Amboy, according to state records.

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