A student at a Crown Heights public middle school was arrested Tuesday when administrators found a loaded gun in his backpack.
Daily Archives: March 22, 2016
The Chabad Hebrew Academy of San Diego, CA, led by Rabbi Yosef Fradkin, recently switched over to solar energy for all their electrical needs, and declared “energy independence” at a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the milestone.
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Four days a week, Rabbi Benny Zippel drives across Utah’s sometimes treacherous terrain, visiting hundreds of Jewish adolescents. They are 10-18 year olds, each facing their own struggle: drug abuse, violent behaviors or eating disorders.
A gruesome hit-and-run accident occurred this afternoon in Crown Heights, in which a delivery worker for a local Chinese restaurant was struck by a car and seriously injured.
In an open letter to the Crown Heights community, Colonel Jacob Goldstein, who served as chairman of Community Board-9 from 1979 until 2014, is urging community members to attend tonight’s monthly board meeting.
Purim is a holiday commemorating courage and redemption, and what better way to celebrate than by reading a Megillah as steeped in history as the holiday itself. This year, Rabbi Sholom Raichik, director of Chabad of Upper Montgomery County in Gaithersburg, Md., is looking forward to reading the story of Esther from a 300-year-old Spanish Megillah scroll.
The New York Boys Choir, always looking for ways to make people happy, present this fun-filled and inspiring music video in honor of Purim, titled “Marbim B’simcha,” which was filmed at Kids ‘N Action in Borough Park.
An unknown number of Orthodox Jews are among the thousands of passengers currently stranded in a hangar at the Brussels airport following a pair of deadly explosions this morning. The death toll is currently at 31 with another 55 injured in the bomb blasts.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Goldy Gottlieb, OBM, after battling a difficult illness.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Reb Yitzchok Reinitz, OBM, father of – yibodlu l’chaim tovim – Reb Moshe Kalman (Beitar, Israel) and Reb Zev Reinitz.
Two deadly explosions rocked the Zaventem international airport in the Belgian capital of Brussels, killing at least 14 people, while a second bombing in a nearby metro station is believed to have killed at least 20 more.
At a pre-Purim for students in Oholei Torah one principal discovered that their entertainer was a Jew who never put on Tefillin before. This lead to an impromptu Bar Mitzvah celebration.
New York City has seen a 20 percent increase in stabbings this year compared with last, and police say they don’t understand why it’s happening or what to do about it.