The US Treasury Department on Monday said it plans to borrow nearly $3 trillion in the second quarter of 2020 — more than five times larger than the previous record — as the federal government spends at a frantic pace to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on the US economy.
Daily Archives: May 4, 2020
As the world is forced to wear surgical face masks as a layer of protection against COVID-19, JEM has unearthed a photo of a young boy receiving a dollar from the Rebbe while wearing one. Can you identify this boy?
A vehicle on a Crown Heights street burst into flames Monday, billowing smoke into the air but thankfully leaving everyone uninjured. The fire was quickly put out, leaving no injuries.
Menachem Ochana, A Crown Heights resident was welcomed home Monday after being on a ventilator. He was awaited by a small welcome committee and music.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs. Rochel Leah Neiman OBM, a beloved Mechaneches who taught Navi and Tehillim to generations of Bais Rivkah students. She passed away over Shabbos, the 8th of Iyar, 5780.
In response to requests by Senator Simcha Felder, Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein and Assembly Health Committee Chairman Richard Gottfried, the New York State WIC program has added more kosher certified foods to its list of accepted food products.
The highly anticipated Lag B’Omer Hatzalah-Thon event has expanded their lineup to include a powerful list of singers. The event was originally advertised with by famed Jewish singer Avraham Fried, who has since been joined by Mordy Schapiro, Benny Friedman, the 8th Day band, and Boruch Levine.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos Linyonei Chinuch, has released a statement regarding the court decision confirming Chabad’s exclusive rights to the flagship synagogue at 770 Eastern Parkway to the board of trustees over the gabboim.
Moishe Just OBM, a bochur from Monsey, NY, was tragically struck and killed while on a road trip in Arizona. He, along with two friends had been helping another driver with a flat tire when he was struck.
JEMcentral.org Following the tremendous success that JEM and Tzivos Hashem saw with the Connection Point program in elementary schools since 2018, the program was expanded this year to include high school students. Now, responding to the warm feedback and an […]
A twenty sixth update has been released by the Gedaliah Society for the Crown Heights Jewish community. This update aims clarify the medical situation in the community, and launch a survey to help understand the progress of the virus.