The Criminal Justice Reform Bill, named the the First STEP act, has passed the senate in a sweeping vote that propels it onto the House on Capital Hill.
Daily Archives: December 18, 2018
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs Julie (Yehudis) Bensusan OBM, of London England.
This month, the division of Colel Chabad known as Pantry Packers was joined by U.S. Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, his wife, Tammy, and the embassy staff in packing food for the needy.
A partnership between the Jewish Braille Institute and JLI, allows the vision-impaired extra insight through courses in Braille. The partnership, spearheaded by Rabbi Mendel Bluming, has resulted in an entire vista for the blind.
In a modest yet impressive ceremony, a new pharmacy was opened under the approval of the Russian Ministry of Health. This pharmacy is unique in that it will provide subsidized medication to large families, and senior citizens.
An alleged robbery attempt and police chase ended with three cars wrecked Tuesday in Crown Heights. No one was injured, and one person was taken into NYPD custody.
Jewish Community Watch, an organization created to combat abuse in children of the Jewish Community, is launching a Charidy campaign towards funding its vital work.
More than one thousand people may have been exposed to the measles virus at two events held in the town of Kfar Chabad over the past week, raising fears that the measles epidemic in Israel could worsen.