A gang of five black teenagers went on a crime spree in Williamburg on Saturday afternoon, attacking two people, and vandalizing a synogogue. The Police departments 79th precinct is asking for help in identifying these teenagers in connection with these incidents.
Daily Archives: November 6, 2018
An elderly Jewish man was viciously assaulted in broad daylight while walking in Flatbush Tuesday afternoon. The assailant, described as a male approximately 5 foot 8, and 250 pounds, is presently wanted by the 70th Police precinct for the assault.
The wreckage of a fighter jet, and the remains of the pilot were found in the Sea of Galilee after a 56 year search.
In wake of the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that killed 11 worshipers and injured six, Chabad Lubavitch of Long Island has announced its plan to raise $1 million to immediately begin implementing upgraded security measures for 32 of its Jewish centers across Long Island.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended on Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 for the holiday of Diwali. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
In an effort to get all NYC residence covered with health insurance, the NYC Mayors office has begun to push this years open enrollment period for New Yorks online Insurance Marketplace.
Lubavitch International caught up with seven of the most recent young Shluchim to Florida, to hear about their goals and challenges, and how they’re impacting the Sunshine State.