On Hey Teves the new executive offices of Kehot Publication Society were inaugurated, with a group of Kehot and Merkos representatives on hand. Rabbi Dovid Fischer was honor with affixing the Mezuzah on the front door.
Daily Archives: January 4, 2017
New York City recorded its fewest number of shootings in 2016 and narrowly missed setting a new record low for homicides since comparable record keeping began more than two decades ago, the NYPD has reported.
Cheder at the Ohel students from pre-1A through 7th grade were privileged to have Rabbi Bentzion Stein from Detroit come to speak to them about the history and significance of Hey Teves, emphasizing why it is so important to us today.
At around 2:30pm this afternoon, an emotionally disturbed man walked into 770 with a plastic knife in his hand, and began to act rowdy and belligerently towards other worshipers.
Two bomb threats have been called into Jewish centers in Central Florida: One of the threats was called into Chabad of South Orlando, and the other to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Hey Teves, this year’s Oholei Torah PTA Annual Didan Notzach Book Fair event was taken to the next level. Permeating the event with a real feeling for the significance of this important day, and over 1200 children benefited from the exciting event.
More than 100 people suffered minor injuries when a Long Island Rail Road train crashed into the Atlantic terminal station in Brooklyn this morning.
The children of OK Kosher employees had a blast at their annual Chanukah extravaganza, held Thursday, the 5th day of Chanukah, at Lubavitcher Yeshiva-580 Crown Street.
Marking 30 years to the chasiddims victory in the ‘Seforim Case’ hundreds gathered in Beis Rivkah Campus Chomesh and marked the occasion with a farbrengen in which they heard from a notable guest, Mr. Seth Waxman who was one of the lawyers who argued the case on behalf of Chabad.
Children with special needs and their families gathered for the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn’s annual Chanukah celebration, featuring a performance by the Twins from France.
As the eighth night of Chanukah met the final night of 2016, a multi-generational and ethnically diverse crowd of hundreds of participants made their way to Yellowstone Municipal Park in Forest Hills, Queens, ready to embrace the holiday’s miracles.
Prime Minister Mike Eman of Aruba joined 1,500 residents and tourists who came out to celebrate Chanukah with a menorah-lighting and holiday concert at the Hyatt Beach Deck in Palm Beach.