A serious accident in New Hampstead near New Square had emergency crews scrambling his afternoon with seven people trapped in a van. Hatzoloh and Spring Hill EMS responded as well, reporting ten patients in total from the crash, with three of them unconscious. Two later were prounounced deceased in the hospital.
Daily Archives: June 15, 2020
A war of words became a war of action Monday morning after NYC employees were seen welding closed the gates to parks in the Williamsburg and Boro Park areas. The expected uproar escalated after individuals cut the welded gate open, allowing the children to enter the parks.
If Devora asks…You Say Yes! Let’s raise $100K for Keren Simchas Chosson V’Kallah this Sunday, and help 30 young couples SAY YES to the wedding of their dreams.
In a nod to the protesters demanding reform in the NYPD, top brass have announced a plan to disband the Anti-Crime unit, which normally patrolled the city in plainclothes.
CGI Detroit has announced that all divisions will be open for the summer, and registration for the boy’s division has reopened to allow those left without options to apply.
Cell phone users, particularly T-Mobile customers, are experiencing outages along the southeastern part of the United States as well as the New York area Monday.
Many say that the way to a mans heart is through his stomach. It’s true, and these firefighters made a good decision and stopped for a snack on Kingston Ave by a store that has always had an open door for first responders.
A Crown Heights resident donated to KSCVK’s $100K fundraiser to help 30 couples get marries, but was wondering, where are you? Have you donated?
The annual Kinus HaMechanchim will be held at the beginning of August (closer to schools opening) by ZOOM. The current situation precludes an in-person gathering so the Rabbi Nochem Kaplan, Dir. Merkos Chinuch Office, announced that it will do what schools have been doing since March.
With just days left to Gimmel Tammuz The Vaad Hatmimim has released a Video of Rabbi Yoel Kahn emotionally addressing the Bochurim to make a “Hachana L’Gimmel Tammuz ”.
After receiving the news that its overnight camp was not to be this year, Gan Yisroel Parksville immediately began plans to create a day camp for the boys. The news was announced in a letter to parents.
How should we respond to the blatant double standard that has left the Orthodox Jewish population on New York City as second class citizens? Op-Ed writer Yosef Chaim Brook shares one way to make a dramatic difference.
We are taught to always see the best in others, and find the positive in each person, so here goes. At least these package thieves who stole from a Crown Heights home were embarrassed enough to try and hide the fact that they were stealing. Still, no excuse.
Florida reported two consecutive days of more than 2,000 new daily cases of the coronavirus as the Sunshine State reopened additional beaches during the pandemic, according to a report.
Loud bangs and explosions rocked the night on the streets of Crown Heights in a display of lawlessness usually reserved for the 4th of July and New Years.
In 2016, Russia was willing to block former US President Barack Obama’s anti-Israel resolution in the United Nations (UN) Security Council, one that would have forced Israel to create a Palestinian state along the 1948 armistice lines.
To ensure the safety and well being of the visitors coming to the Ohel for Gimmel Tammuz, Ohel Chabad Lubavitch in coordination with Rabbonim and government officials have set guidelines for all guests.