The principals of Bais Rivkah have announced a planned slowdown for the school due to teachers multiple missed payrolls. The slowdown is set to begin this coming week.
Daily Archives: January 29, 2020
In honor of Yud Shvat, the Rebbe’s house on President Street and the Rebbe’s room in 770 will be open for davening. Times in extended article.
The Israeli army reported rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into Israel Wednesday evening, the first such incident since the announcement of a US peace plan bitterly rejected by Palestinian Authority.
Wholesome Bagels, an iconic Crown Heights bagel store, has received a face lift that had temporarily shuttered the store. Now, the redesigned eatery is back open and serving the Crown Heights community.
Russian President Vladimir Putin pardoned Naama Issachar Wednesday, clearing the way for her to return to Israel. She will fly back with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu when he departs from Russia tomorrow.
The White House’s announcement for this years presidential nominations included two appointments to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council. One of the appointments went to Rabbi Mendel Goldstein, Shliach to Poway, California.
With the pressing need to have the Crown Heights Jewish community’s voice heard, the author of this Op-Ed analyzes the political landscape of Crown Heights, putting some of the harsh political realities in print.
Please say tehilim for Nechama Beila bas Chaya Mushka, a newborn baby that is having open heart surgery right now.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs. Freida Levin OBM, the matriarch of a large Chabad family, and the oldest living resident Kfar Chabad. She passed away on Wednesday, the 3rd of Shevat 5780.