Regency Dry Cleaners on Kingston Ave was broken into Tuesday night, in what appears to be a very confusing robbery. The thief spent a lot of energy breaking into the cleaners, only to take a few charity boxes.
Daily Archives: November 21, 2018
Chabad of Towson seemed to be coming together. A new building being built, and a receptive Jewish community. But a sudden legal challenge, looks to topple everything when a Judge orders the Chabad House demolished.
A “Beka” weight, was used to weigh the half-shekel donation brought by the Jewish people for the maintenance of the Temple and the census, was found during the sifting of archaeological soil taking place in the Emek Tzurim National Park.
A car was left without tires and on cinder blocks overnight in Crown Heights. The thieves took all four tires off the vehicle, leaving the vehicle teetering on two cinder blocks, its front end on the floor.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) and parking meter regulations are suspended on Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving Day.
NYC has released a weather safety alert for Thursday, warning of freezing temperatures and wind chill in the single digits. Thursday marks Thanksgiving Day, a national holiday that is celebrated each year in NYC with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The NYS Education Department released guidelines about equivalency of instructions that nonpublic schools are required to provide. In the guidelines, it would appear that a required five to six hours would need to be provided for secular studies a day.
A fiery crash shut down the Brooklyn Bridge in both directions Wednesday morning. Three cars were involved, and one person died in the incident. Five other people were injured.