A woman was transported to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a car on Albany Ave and Carroll St. The driver fled the scene, and the woman was transported to the hospital by Hatzalah.
Daily Archives: June 18, 2019
The Annual Grand Mishnayos B’al Peh Ceremony of United Lubavitcher Yeshiva took place this past Sunday. 112 Talmidim sat proudly on the bleachers at the event honoring their accomplishments in learning lines, Prokim and Mesechtos of Mishnayos and Tanya B’al Peh.
A Chesed Shel Emes volunteer was the first person to render aid when a car overturned on the 17 Monday. The volunteer was able to removed the trapped occupants in a massive Kiddush Hashem.
At an annual dinner benefiting Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France, supporters and alumni marked 72 since its founding and celebrated the thousands of students that passed through its doors.
Congressional leaders joined Morris County law enforcement officials Friday at the Rabbinical College of America in Morris Township to discuss security, an issue of heightened importance nationwide in the wake of mass shootings at synagogues in Pittsburgh and suburban San Diego.
The California man who threatened in an online chatroom to kill Jews and commit a mass shooting at a synagogue was released on bail.
A Chabad Rabbi and a 20-year-old man, both wearing kippahs, were subjected to anti-Semitic slurs in separate incidents in Germany.
Singer Yaakov Shwekey has released another single debuted as a music video. “I am Alive,” Song composed by Yitzy Waldner brings out just how special every day can be.
Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely stopped to pray at the Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in Queens Monday, after speaking at the Jerusalem Post conference and before returning to Israel.
A magnificent ketubah, written over 300 years ago in Florence, Italy, has been exciting Jewish collectors and the Jewish community in Italy over the last few days. The ketubah is dated 14 Nissan, 5462, which is Passover eve – surprisingly when the wedding ceremony took place in Florence.
An alternate side parking sign has sparked confusion and tickets for drivers in Brooklyn, reported abc7NY. One block has two different times for street sweeping. When the city didn’t clear matters up, 7 On Your Side stepped in.