A taxi driver had a difficult evening Sunday night after flipping his car on Montgomery Street in Crown Heights.
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The family of Rabbi Avraham Lieder OBM invites the community to join them in a Shloshim event on Monday to say Lechaim and share stories.
The 71st NYPD precinct in Crown Heights welcomed Captain Souffrant this past week as it’s new Executive Officer.
A Jewish apartment on Brooklyn Ave was targeted this past Thursday as a vandal ripped and tore down two Trump 2020 flags, and attempted to gain access to the apartment.
After Yom Tov many local shiurim are resuming across Crown Heights, including Shiurim in daily Chassidus, daily Gemoroh, daily Rambam, Thursday night Leil Shishi Chassidus learning program and Sunday morning kollel.
The “shopping cart thief” is back in Crown Heights, busting back windows of cars to pick through their trunks. The thief made his return debut last night on Eastern Parkway near Albany Ave by targeting a Jewish minivan, rolling up with his shopping cart before breaking the back window.
The “fog” of the COVID-19 numbers are forever a matter of contention. How many tests were done versus the number of positive cases? What are the areas positive “rates”? How many have died? Let’s take a look at the raw data for the Crown Heights area.
A Jewish man assaulted in broad daylight in Crown Heights without provocation. The assailant arrested by the police just minutes after. Now the man is back on the streets of the community. Watch the assault as it happened.
At least two Crown Heights Yeshivas made an atttempt to “convince” parents to sign the school’s mandatory COVID-19 testing waiver by sending home students who’s parents had not yet signed.
It may be a new election, but the city has obviously not learned their lesson from the last one, with many Crown Heights residents again fuming over the cities choice of early voting location.
The schools of Crown Heights have made the decision to test all the students for COVID-19 in an attempt to assure that the mosdos will remain open.
A man accused of assaulting a Jewish man on Empire Blvd was seen back on the streets of Crown Heights, less than twenty-four hours after perpetrating the assault.
A white Tesla found itself a little hot in the trunk after a fire started while driving through Crown Heights last Thursday. It remains unclear what exactly started the fire, or if it was associated with the car itself.
No less than five government agencies, and some put the number over ten, are roaming the city and inspecting for store compliance with the COVD-19 rules. Store owners in Crown Heights are reporting multiple visits by inspectors each week.
Whatever side of the debate you may be on, there is no denying that this video shows an absolutely powerful moment and ray of light on the negativity that has festered during this pandemic. Whatever you may believe is right, we can all say Am Yisroel Chai.
One person was reported shot on a Crown Heights street over Yom Tov. He was transported to the hospital by EMS.
It’s a mix of a scavenger hunt and an escape room challenge that will tease your brain, and it’s built to be played in Crown Heights.