Sisters Network of Central NJ & Road Dawgz MC 1st Annual Pink Your Ride 4life Breast Cancer Ride

Sisters Network of Central NJ & Road Dawgz MC 1st Annual Pink Your Ride 4life Breast Cancer Ride 

Starting at New Brunswick Middle School and Ends at Sisters House 

Beverages and refreshments provided $20 Registration fee

Prizes awarded to the club/team with the most registered members 

Questions contact the Sisters Network

Phone: 732-246-8300/Email: sncentral@sncnj.org

Sat, September 23
9:00 am — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/23/2017 9:00am 09/23/2017 3:00pm America/New_York Sisters Network of Central NJ & Road Dawgz MC 1st Annual Pink Your Ride 4life Breast Cancer Ride

Sisters Network of Central NJ & Road Dawgz MC 1st Annual Pink Your Ride 4life Breast Cancer Ride

Starting at New Brunswick Middle School and Ends at Sisters House

Beverages and refreshments provided $20 Registration fee

Prizes awarded to the club/team with the most registered members

Questions contact the Sisters Network

Phone: 732-246-8300/Email: sncentral@sncnj.org

1125 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick , NJ 08901

1125 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick , NJ 08901

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The Jaffe Briefing - September 18, 2018

TRENTON - If, one day, New Jersey becomes a shining example for miraculously digging itself out of debt, perhaps historians will dig up this little story. Gov. Phil Murphy and the public sector labor unions seem to be on the same page - for this fleeting moment - to save $500 million in health care benefits from 800,000 current and retired teachers. Retired teachers will be moved to ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 17, 2018

CHATSWORTH - Lot of chatting this morning in New Jersey's cranberry bogs, with word of a new bill in Trenton that would officially deem blueberry as the official state muffin. Politico reports that Assemblywoman Carol Murphy (D-Burlington) has introduced this controversial legislation, at the request of well-intended children involved in a non-profit. These kids clearly ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 14, 2018

STATEWIDE - Are you happy? Like, really, really happy? Well, you should damn well be, according to one of those clickbait websites that churns out "studies." The site has declared that New Jersey is the 13th happiest state, based on 31 "key indicators." Even though taxes are high, traffic is heavy and the state is drowning in debt, the typical New Jerseyan seems to ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 13, 2018

MORRIS PLAINS - Former Gov. Chris Christie was in town yesterday, as the locals celebrated the dedication of "Chris Christie Drive," from Hanover Avenue to Central Park. There were no traffic cones, traffic jams or local officials being threatened in any way. No one carried ice cream cones and yelled. No one sat on beach chairs, on empty beaches. No one disappeared for two years to ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 12, 2018

JERSEY CITY - Not the target of an investigation (yet)? Well, no harm in being prepared. Perhaps, that really is the reason why 10 top city officials suddenly got instructions should they ever get slapped with subpoenas. Corporation Counsel Peter Baker fired off a memo telling officials to quickly alert the city's legal ...

R U Wrestler Arrested for Off-Campus Assault of Rutgers Students

September 14, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A member of the Rutgers University wrestling team was arrested and charged with beating two Rutgers students in an off-campus incident on Sept. 4, police announced today.

Brett Donner, 21, of Wall, was arrested Tuesday and charged with aggravated assault, Rutgers police said in a statement.

The Rutgers wreslting team roster list's Donner as a red-shirt sophomore ...

2 people beaten in New Brunswick after argument, Rutgers police say

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  - Rutgers police are searching for a man who assaulted two people affiliated with the university following an argument early Tuesday morning.

Police said the two victims were beaten about 1 a.m. on Easton Avenue near Courtland Street.

No weapons were used, authorities said.

They said both of the victims went to a local hospital for treatment of injuries.

Police ...

2 people beaten in New Brunswick after argument, Rutgers police say

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  - Rutgers police are searching for a man who assaulted two people affiliated with the university following an argument early Tuesday morning.

Police said the two victims were beaten about 1 a.m. on Easton Avenue near Courtland Street.

No weapons were used, authorities said.

They said both of the victims went to a local hospital for treatment of injuries.

Police ...

Hunger Action Month Push for People to Donate

September 7, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - There are 30 days in September, and Middlesex County Food Bank has a suggestion for each of those days. giving people ways to donate food or collect donations to replenish lagging supplies at the county bank.

"Currently, the supply of nonperishable foods and necessities at MCFOODS (the county food bank) is dangerously low," said Jennifer Apostle, coordinator ...

Jazz Aficionados Flock to Central New Jersey for 3-Day Music Festival

September 11, 2018

SOMERVILLE, NJ  -  All that jazz started here ten years ago, and has since found a home in two other central New Jersey locations, a three-day festival of live music, visual arts and fine dining expected to draw thousands of jazz fans from throughout the tri-state region.

Founded in 2008, the Somerville Jazz Festival has grown in sophistication, drawing top-flight talent and a loyal ...

OPINION

Dems Accuse Hugin of Using Cancer Patients as "Pawns"

September 18, 2018

WOODBRIDGE, NJ –  Senator Joe Vitale, Chairman of the New Jersey Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee, has spent his entire political career fighting for quality, affordable health care.  Senator Vitale issued the following statement in response to Bob Hugin using cancer survivors as pawns to achieve political gain:

“Bob Hugin did not save people ...