A boy’s school in Crown Heights is the first to be putting on a “production”, much like the ones commonly done by girls schools. The production will be based on Yud Shvat and organizers are calling it “epic!”
Crown Heights News
A person with special needs went missing on Friday Night, prompting a panicked call from his family, and a child managed to lock himself inside a bathroom on Shabbos afternoon and the mother was unsure who to call.
A new project in Crown Heights aims to restore thousands of years of tradition, where communities would get together and assist mothers who have just given birth – Kimpator moms.
With frigid temperatures gripping New York City, the NYPD’s 71st Precinct has been targeting law abiding residents for ‘remote-starting’ their cars, slapping them with criminal summonses that carry fines as high as $250 and require appearance in criminal court.
Hundreds of men and women turned out this Motzai Shabbos for Crown Heights Hatzalah’s annual Melava Malka, health symposium and raffle for $25,000.
This Motzai Shabbos, men and women are invited to join Hatzalah of Crown Heights for a Melava Malka, featuring a hot buffet and wine tasting, alongside a health symposium, raffle for $25,000, and entertainment by Yehuda Green, a noted singer and composer. Also, a rare double bottle of Yarden Cab 2010 in a wood box will be raffled off among those in attendance.
Mr. Clean Organic Dry Cleaners, an Albany Avenue dry cleaners, has opened a second location in order to meet the community’s ever expanding boundaries.
Developers have revealed renderings for the Bedford Hotel, a five-story, 38,000-square-foot development at 1550 Bedford Avenue at the corner of Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights. The complex will be built at the site of the former Gulf gas station.
Two NYPD cops were suspended for allegedly blowing off a 911 call to check on a Crown Heights woman — who was later found dead in her home, her husband being the primary suspect.
Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today announced that 2017 will end as the safest year in Brooklyn’s recorded history, with the fewest number of homicides, shootings and shooting victims since record-keeping began. Crown Heights saw a particularly noteworthy 40% reduction in homicides.
Crown Heights’s two largest Jewish boys’ schools have been working in conjunction and together have modified their school calendars, making changes to when the summer break begins and ends.
Authorities are looking for a man who they say hailed a yellow cab in Crown Heights, then robbed the driver after being taken to Brownsville. The perpetrator is still at large.
Over 200 gathered this Motzai Shabbos to support the PTA of Oholei Torah at their annual auction event, featuring a performance by the 8th Day.
A 15-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after a bullet meant for someone else tore a hole in her coat, leaving her shaken but unhurt. The incident occured on Shabbos afternoon in front of Congregation Ahavas Moshe, also known as the Maple Street Shul.
A Brooklyn judge promised jail time to Daniel Melamed, a real estate developer who pleaded guilty on Monday to fraud and grand larceny charges connected to unlawful eviction of his Crown Heights tenants.
Parents of Bais Rivkah High School students were outraged after learning that a drug-sniffing dog had been brought on to the coach bus taking the students to their annual Shabbaton in the Catskills.
Heavily armed agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, along with other law enforcement agencies raided a house on Brooklyn Avenue in Crown Heights as part of an ongoing firearms trafficking investigation.
The city’s Economic Development Corporation promised on Tuesday to reevaluate its controversial affordable housing plan for the Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment project in Crown Heights.
Crown Heights’ second largest boys’ school, United Lubavitcher Yeshiva on Crown Street, has filed plans for a much-needed expansion of their existing building, with the intention of adding up to three stories above the existing structure.
Police detectives say that the alleged victim of anti-Semitic harassment has retracted vital portions of his story, and that the suspect in the incident has been released without charge.
At around noon in Crown Heights today, a Jewish man was walking near the corner of Eastern Parkway and Albany Avenue, when an unidentified man walked over to him, spit on him, and shouted “all you Jews must die.”
Water shot stories into the high, at one point up to 50 feet, so forceful it uprooted a tree, after a huge main break occured on Albany Avenue in the northern section of Crown Heights, forcing dozens of people from their homes before dawn.