A sharp eyed Shomrim volunteer witnessed a woman stealing packages in Crown Heights, Monday afternoon. After just a few minutes, she was placed under arrest by the police, and the packages returned.
Daily Archives: July 15, 2019
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses what parents should do when they suspect their child is using drugs with Dr. Miriam Gross. Dr. Miriam Gross, PsyD, MFT was interviewed for Operation Survival’s Prevention101 series.
The sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe was arrested by the brutal communists and imprisoned in the notorious Spalerno prison in Leningrad for his activities to keep Yiddishkeit alive in Soviet Russia. Join Rabbi Sholem Perl, master storyteller, and listen to the breathtaking story of how the Previous Rebbe heroically stood up to the ruthless regime until he was miraculously freed from their clutches on Tammmuz 12-13.
New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, who has advocated to mandate hours of Secular studies to private schools, is resigning. Her resignation, passed to the board today, took them off guard, and prompted a board meeting.
Attorney General WIlliam Barr held a summit on combating anti-Semitism. During his remarks, he noted the growing number of anti-Semitic attacks, naming Crown Heights as a location which has seen an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
Eliana Cohen, daughter of Shani Levi Cohen and Ariel Cohen, lives in Miami Florida, and is about to turn 2 years old. Diagnosed with SMA type 2, a very rare genetic disease, a $2 Million Dollar crowdfunding campaign was needed to secure her a future, and it succeeded.
This past Motzei Shabbos Michael Neuman, 26, a psychotherapist living on Miami Beach, became the first and only Orthodox Jew to defeat a pro athlete on CBS’ Million Dollar Mile produced by Lebron James. He wore his yarmulke proudly as he always does when competing and winning at obstacle course racing competitions.
Join Live at 2:30pm for a Tzivos Hashem Yud Beis Tammuz Rally streamed live here on CrownHeights.info.
In just a few short days, Rabbi and Mrs. Sholom Ber Wolberg will be embarking on their new Shlichus to Glencoe, IL. Glencoe is a picturesque town located along Lake Michigan and is home to over 3,000 Yidden, approximately one-third of its total population.
In a small yet impressive event, a newly renovated building was dedicated in Camp Gan Israel of Moscow’s Istra region. Russia’s Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Berel Lazar was there, and he was honored with affixing the mezuzah to the main shul’s entrance.
Close to 100 people came to a beautiful evening at the Chabad Centre in Buckhurst Hill last week to enjoy a canapé dinner and cocktail bar and a fascinating talk followed by questions and answers with Col Richard Kemp.