One man was taken into custody by the police Monday after Shomrim caught him red handed breaking into cars on President Street. The man, who was being watched after other attempts to get into cars, was completely unaware of the volunteers watching.
Daily Archives: May 27, 2019
Israeli bombed a Syrian military post in the country’s south on Monday, after Syria had fired at one of its aircraft during a routine mission within Israeli airspace. The IDF strike killed a Syrian soldier and injured another.
How many times have educators wondered: What is going on in the minds of our students? How can we truly help them without understanding them? How many times have students sat in a classroom and pondered: Do our teachers even know us? How can we learn if they don’t know who they’re teaching? In order to spark dialogue between mechanchim and students in our community, and to create useful conversation that will bring clarity to both sides, the N’shei Chabad Newsletter is hosting its first ever writing contest.
This week, “Our Story,” the beautiful weekly story especially for women and girls, presents a story told by Mrs. Devorah Sufrin.
Jewish college students in Jacksonville, Florida, and the city’s Southside Jewish community celebrated the opening of their new $2.4 million Morris and Lillian Tabacinic Chabad campus and Frinker-Frankel Chabad center earlier this winter, in style.
JLI presents another video in its Chassidic Gems Series. “Make the Clock Work” tackles the question, What is the secret to time management? It’s a question you must answer every day!
The winners of the Chasdei Avrohom Eliezer Camp Fund Auction have been officially announced. The auction, which was held on Sunday evening, drew hundreds of community members in support of the camp fund.
Though it doesn’t have a synagogue or other Jewish infrastructure, Darwin, Australia now boasts one important Jewish edifice: a cemetery.
With almost no warning, Yeshiva Lev Temimim Lubavitch of Monsey will be closing it’s doors within the week. The news was broken through a letter from the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Gil Hami.
Rabbi Zalman Mendelsohn, the Chabad representative to Wyoming, visits the headquarters of the US department of education for meetings to further the Rebbe’s campaign on a moment of silence, education and sharing.
Enjoy this stirring rendition of Baruch Levine’s Aneini and Rabbi Menachem Davidowitz’s Tatte at the Yad Eliezer Event benefiting Keren Almanos. May 12th, in Cipriani, New York.
Thousands joined Chabad of Antwerp Belgium, run by Rabbi Shabtai Slavatizki, for a Lag B’Omer parade that traveled through the streets of the city. The parade included marching bands, and entertainment for the children.
An Eruv built in parts of Staten Island has been taken down. The controversy started when residents of Westerleigh noticed thin gray PVC pipes were put up on utility poles around the neighborhood. The eruv was put up by a group of Orthodox Jews without approval from Con Ed, Verizon, or the Transportation Department.
A project of Chabad of Park Heights and Yeshivas Lubavitch of Baltimore, students from Darchei Noam Montessori, Cheder Chabad and Jewels Inclusive School, joined together at Police Academy Fields for a fun-filled Lag B’Omer Unity Event.
A special ceremony was held Monday morning to mark the sheloshim (end of thirty days of mourning) of Mrs. Lori Kaye Hy”d, who was killed in the attack on the Chabad of Poway.
A family of five, parents and their three children, who went missing in the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) was located overnight Sunday after several hours of searches.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs. Rivka Schechter OBM, daughter of the Chosid Reb Shmuel Yitzchok Reices who owned a fabric store on Kingston Avenue for many years. She passed away on Shabbos afternoon, the 20th of Iyar, 5779. Updated with levaya information.