A child riding a scooter in Crown Heights was struck Sunday evening as he attempted to cross a street. The child, despite being thrown to the ground, avoided serious injury.
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Public school students marched down Eastern Parkway towards the Jewish Children’s Museum this morning, making a statement against acts of hatred.
A security incident took place around 9:15am Thursday morning at Beis Rivkah Crown Street, after a mentally disturbed person broke a window and threatened a security guard.
This weekend, Shabbos Parshas Shemos (January 17-19), close to 200 Young Professionals with their Shluchim and Shluchos, representing 42 different cities from around the world, will be coming to Crown Heights as part of Chabad Young Professionals annual Encounter.
The Boro Park owners of a stolen minivan have been reunited with their vehicle thanks to seamless collaboration between two Shomrim organizations and a sharp eyed volunteer.
A package thief was caught in the act and confronted by a Crown Heights resident this week. The resident snapped a photo of the thief, sending him away without his loot.
Just an hour after Crown Heights Shomrim finished with a hate filled incident on Albany Ave, Shomrim responded to a call for a young teenager who had pulled out what looked like a gun on a Jewish woman. He was arrested by the NYPD.
A man walking up Albany Ave triggered a large police and Shomrim response Tuesday afternoon, as he spewed hate at Jewish people walking on the Ave. The police took the man into custody, and sent him to the hospital for an evaluation.
A group of 22 tenants at a Crown Heights apartment complex is suing their landlord — who made the public advocate’s list of “worst” landlords — for $2 million over claims of rent overcharges.
An event on Sunday offering two hours of hands-on safety awareness and prevention training exceeded expectations, with hundreds of Crown Heights residents showing up and participating.
Hundreds of men and women turned out this Motzai Shabbos for Crown Heights Hatzalah’s annual Melava Malka and health symposium. The winner of this years annual raffle for $25,000 was also drawn
This coming Motzai Shabbos, January 11th, Crown Heights Hatzalah will be hosting a symposium for the members of the Crown Heights community. In conjunction with Maimonides Medical Center, Crown Heights Hatzalah symposium will touch on health questions and issues of the community.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced Friday that New York City will install 100 new security cameras in ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in an effort to prevent anti-Semitic attacks.
A 24-year-old man was shot in the leg Thursday morning during what police say was an apparent dispute in a Crown Heights home.
Some people are smart and they know it, others are smart and don’t know it. Then there are those like this guy, who is doing something not smart, and apparently doesn’t realize it.
Due to the overwhelming response, two time slots have been organized for the Crown Heights community self defense training taking place. As there is limited space, please Register here as soon as possible.
Apple Bank, located on the corner of Eastern Parkway and Albany Ave, has followed most other banks in dropping non profit organizations, sending vital community organizations scrambling to find alternative banks.
Quality Cleaners, one of Crown Heights’s major dry cleaners is closing its doors for good this week. Anyone with clothing at that location has until tomorrow at 4:00pm to pick up their clothing.
Oholei Torah PTA held its annual Hei Teves book fair, with a special exhibit and $1 sefer for all the talmidim. Farbrengens and and a chinese auction were also part of the special day.
Another Hate filled incident hit Crown Heights Motzei Shabbos as a man yelling about killing Jews shocked witnesses. The man fled on a bike, and was not able to be located by Shomrim or the Police.
An Anti-Semitic incident shocked witnesses shabbos afternoon, when a man shouting anti-Semitic slurs pulled out a knife on New York Ave, just blocks away from the 71st police precinct.