Crown Heights Shomrim has published an alert requesting that all Crown Heights residents take extra precautions tonight, as this Halloween evening is more rowdy than normal. Multiple groups of teens are reported to be roaming the streets assaulting people at random.
Daily Archives: October 31, 2019
In connection with Parshas Noach – we share a letter which the Rebbe writes to a non-Jew who is asking “how does Gentile make peace with G-d?” In it the Rebbe explains how one can live a life of fulfillment through the adherence to the Seven Laws given by G-d to the children of Noach.
A serious accident in Crown Heights involving a city bus and a Hatzalah volunteers vehicle sent one person to the hospital Thursday afternoon. Crown Heights Hatzalah responded to scene.
As the Kincade Fire in Northern California continues to grow to 76,000 acres, Rabbi Mendel Wolvovsky attempted to bring some relief to weary residents and emergency personnel Tuesday morning offering homemade breakfast and conversation even as he had to reschedule a congregant’s funeral because the local cemetery could not accommodate them with the fires raging nearby.
An IDF tank and aircraft attacked two Hamas military posts in the northern Gaza Strip on Thursday night, in response to a rocket that was launched from Gaza into Israeli territory.
It didn’t take York Regional Police too long to make an arrest in a case of vandalism that targeted a sukkah at the home of a Chabad rabbi in the town of Keswick, Ont. Saeed Ahmed of Keswick was taken into custody on Oct. 29 and charged with mischief in relation to religious property.
A request to change the name of a short street in northern Poway to honor Chabad of Poway shooting victim Lori Lynn Gilbert-Kaye will be considered by the City Council next week.
The US House of Representatives voted Thursday to formalize the impeachment investigations against President Donald Trump. Two Democrats and all Republicans voted against the resolution, which passed 232-196.
This morning, beis Cheshvan was chilly and rainy. Yet eighteen men came out at the early hour of 6:20am to learn from Hemshech תרס’ו, the Maamar, “Hachodesh Hazeh,” given by the esteemed Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Akiva Wagner.
An email was sent to parents of the Yeshiva Gedolah of Yeshivas Bais Dovid Shlomo New Haven advising them of a security breach that occurred in one of their dorms this week. A homeless man was found inside the zal dorm, and was immediately removed.
The New York City Department of Transportation visited Crown Heights Thursday, and added a traffic light to Crown Heights’s Grid. The new traffic light was placed on Eastern Parkway’ eastbound service lane at the intersection of Albany Ave.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended on Friday, November 1st for a holiday. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
Despite a breaking issue that prompted an emergency landing, Israel’s version of “Air Force One” is taking off. The new sleek blue paint job along with special modifications make the old Quantas Boeing Jet something special.
A Jewish man was saved from legal trouble after his vehicles dashcam caught a man attempting to frame him in Rockland County. The alleged con went to the police, claiming he was injured by the Jewish man in a hit and run.
On Saturday night, October 26th, Pittsburgh University Chabad House on Campus celebrated its 31st Anniversary Event honoring Chancellor Patrick Gallagher for his support of Jewish life on campus.
Rabbi Shmuel Katan served as a chemist and an engineer in the Israeli Air Force, and as a teacher at the Kfar Chabad Trade School. He was interviewed in his home in Kfar Chabad, Israel, in December of 2015.