Shoneh Halachos is a program for eighth grade boys to encourage and guide them in the study of Kitzur Shulchan Aruch with the Alter Rebbe’s Psak. The finale of the program was a Chidon amongst 31 contestants, which was held this past Thursday evening.
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As the summer approaches, the Crown Heights “Y” has released it’s scheduled pool hours for the 2019 Summer Season.
On Tuesday May 28th, 350 Crown Heights women gathered at Oholei Torah for Operation Survival’s 2nd Annual Evening of Outstanding Parenting Education for Women.
Crown Heights Rov, Rabbi Yehudah Segal, sent in a resignation letter to the Oholei Torah Administration. The resignation comes after teaching at the institution for 33 years.
This Shabbos, across Crown Heights, people heard an appeal from Crown Heights Hatzalah Volunteers to pledge money to the organization. Do not forget to fulfill your pledge!
A mural set up outside the Jewish Children’s Museum in Crown Heights was defaced Thursday with a blatant anti-Semitic message. The incident is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
This past Pesach Sheini, Oholei Torah celebrated its 62nd Gala Dinner, a major community event and one that was most cherished by the Rebbe.
A call to the Crown Heights Shomrim hotline ended with an arrest after a man stole a tablet from a truck Tuesday. The man was identified hours after the theft from surveillance video, and persistence by Crown Heights Shomrim.
The Maccabees of Crown Heights, the precursor to today’s Crown Heights Community Patrol, were a group of volunteers looking to help the community. This video, a mashup of old films about them from that time, are from circa 1964.
One man was taken into custody by the police Monday after Shomrim caught him red handed breaking into cars on President Street. The man, who was being watched after other attempts to get into cars, was completely unaware of the volunteers watching.
The winners of the Chasdei Avrohom Eliezer Camp Fund Auction have been officially announced. The auction, which was held on Sunday evening, drew hundreds of community members in support of the camp fund.
A large crowd came to bid farewell at the levaya of Berel Raskin OBM. Berel, known fondly as Berke, was an icon of the Crown Heights community, and world renowned for his deeds and accomplishments.
A Jewish man was sent to the hospital Thursday, after an altercation spilled from a subway car onto the platform of the Franklin Ave Subway station. The man was treated by Hatzalah and taken to the hospital.
The United Hatzalah convention being hosted by Magen David Adom in Israel had a chancve to hear from Rabbi Shlomo Amar, and participated in an international Role Call.
A Parade of Children made their way through Crown Heights Thursday for Lag B’Omer. Marching bands and Floats led the way to a grand Rally at the park on Rutland Rd and Albany Ave.
This past Sunday, the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted their sixth annual “Art of Friendship” Gallery, featuring a stunning collection of artwork created by members of the organization.
As Lag B’omer begins Wednesday night, a community bonfire event will be taking place at Wingate High School located at 600 Kingston Ave. (between Rutland Rd and Winthrop St).
This Wednesday evening, hundreds of children and their parents will join together in front of 770 for a viewing of the Rebbe’s Lag B’omer parade. On Eastern Parkway, at the exact spot where the actual parade took place, schoolchildren from all over Crown Heights will join together to listen, answer questions, and win awesome prizes. A special raffle will be made on a coin minted for the 1990 Lag B’omer parade.
Three people are in custody after they stole a car in Crown Heights Monday afternoon, and led the police on a foot chase. The thieves were busted red handed with the help of Shomrim.
A delegation from the Israeli Local Authorities Group, including the mayors of Gush Etzion and Metulah, made a stop by 770 on a tour sponsored by Kolot and the World Zionist Organization.
A thief made off with 1,250 shofars from a Crown Heights home Thursday, the New York post reported. The thief stole the horns after breaking into the homes garage. The police are investigating.