Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Heastie announced on a press release today that the City will no longer issue violations to homeowners for sidewalk damage caused by City trees. The City will also ramp up sidewalk repairs under the Trees and Sidewalks program to address 5,500 priority sites over the next three years.
Daily Archives: September 10, 2019
After responding for years to life saving emergency calls in the community, one of Crown Heights Hatzalah’s ambulances received a much needed remounting. The remounting included overhauling the old ambulance rear, and placed it on a brand new Ford chassis.
The need is tremendous on Grand Bahama island. In addition to potable water, food, personal-hygiene supplies, shelter and clothing local residents crave the knowledge that someone cares.
Red alert sirens blared in the cities of Ashkelon and Ashdod in southern Israel Tuesday evening. Eyewitnesses reported seeing explosions in the sky caused by the Iron Dome system intercepting rockets in mid-air.
The bris milah of the son of R’ Pinchas Menachem Pashwazman, HY”D, who was killed by a Hamas rocket attack in May, took place on Tuesday morning. The childs name, Pinchas Menachem ben Pinchas Menachem.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu held a press conference Tuesday evening to make a “dramatic statement about the Trump Administration’s “Deal of the Century.” At the Press conference, the prime minister announced that after the elections he would apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea area.
The L’Chaim of Yossef-Yitzchak Nemni of Milano, Italy and Chaya Bentolila of Kinshasa, Congo took place Sunday at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Hall in Crown Heights.
Workers from the Western Wall Heritage Foundation prepared the Western Wall Tuesday for the massive gatherings of worshipers expected during the upcoming holiday season.
Chaim Weiss is about to enter his junior year of high school at a yeshivah in Far Rockaway, New York, with a summer experience under his belt that will rival that of most of his classmates. The sixteen-year-old was the youngest of a team of four cyclists who completed a six week, 3,100 mile ride across the breadth of the USA last Sunday raising $33,000. A fifth had to drop out along the way due to injury.