Miriam Shmueli obm always had a desire to share with the community the possibility to learn and study the kuntreisim- booklets that the Rebbe distributed to each of us. The Shmueli family has taken this opportunity to start a series of such classes starting this Tuesday, the 8th of Tammuz, June 30th, at 9pm EST.
Crown Heights News
It was an epic storm, with thunder, hail, and a deluge of rain. The storm caused flooding and damage, as well as created beautiful waterfalls and lakes. Here are some highlights from Crown Heights and the surrounding areas.
An older woman sitting on the steps of a Crown Heights home was brutally assaulted in an unprovoked and shocking assault Monday morning, which was caught on a nearby homes surveillance camera.
It’s been tried and tested, asking those lighting fireworks nicely to please stop doesn’t work. We are not just saying that, it was actually tried last night in Crown Heights, and it didn’t work.
A local chapter of a missionary group is targeting Crown Heights residents through the mail, with what appears to be personal hand written letters addressed to community members.
The Gedalia Society has released an update for the crown Heights Jewish community regarding reinfections within the community, as well as summer plans.
An attempted theft in Crown Heights brought home the shocking reality of today’s mindset, after the thief attempted to justify his crime with, his heritage.
A porch pirate stealing packages was caught in the act and arrested Tuesday evening, after being caught by Crown Heights Shomrim. Job final: One Under
When schools closed before Pesach, yeshivos asked that parents get electronic devices so that their children wold be able to continue the school year online, now they are asking that parents remove these devices from their homes, and the schools will be happy to help.
Bais Rivkah elementary school has announced the appointment of a new principal to its leadership for the upcoming academic year. Morah Shterna S. Avtzon, a third grade Morah for many years, will work alongside Mrs. D. Brawer, working closely with the teachers, students and parents as well as overseeing the schools curriculum.
Mayor Bill DeBlasio has announced that alternate side parking has been reduced to only once a week, a change that has been advocated for for many years.
While officers were still searching the scene of a shooting in Crown Heights just a few blocks away, another shooting in Crown Heights sent a victim to the hospital.
A street party on a Crown Heights street corner went from fireworks to gunshots Monday night, sending four people to the hospital, one in critical condition.
During the last two straight weeks of fireworks, the NYPD has consistently blamed the politicians and knee jerk policies put in place due to the Black lives Matter protests as the reason for their inability to stop the nightly fireworks. Now they are not even pretending to try and stop them.
The scourge of fireworks that has kept the residents of Crown Heights gritting their teeth continued last night, shaking buildings and shooting colorful flashes into the air. Police and politicians mute on the matter.
It’s a beautiful night in the big apple, and the residents of Crown Heights are living in a world of bone rattling blasts as the nightly fireworks display continues. This Crown Heights block received a close up view, as some neighbors decided to test out some more of their goodies in the middle of the street.
Thanks to an alert Crown Heights Shomrim volunteer, a moped stolen earlier this week was located and returned to its rightful owner. The thief was also arrested.