A two car crash on Brooklyn Ave and Empire Blvd stopped traffic Wednesday night, after one car T-boned the other. A nearby Shomrim volunteer heard the accident, and quickly responded to the scene.
Daily Archives: July 1, 2020
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $949,000. Negotiable
Russian voters on Wednesday approved changes to the constitution that will allow President Vladimir Putin to potentially hold power until 2036.
The ALeph Institute has announced that it is looking for Kollel Yungerleit who are ready for a Shlichus opportunity as a chaplain in the armed forces. Come take a look at what being a military chaplain entails.
A three story building that housed a gym in Brooklyn collapsed Wednesday afternoon, thankfully not causing any serious injuries or fatalities.
A new study attempting to create a rapid COVID-19 antibody test is coming to the Crown Heights community, to use its large pool of people with proven antibodies. The study is looking for paid volunteers, and has limited slots available.
Two new additions to the fleet of vehicles that deliver Kosher meals to the elderly and needy were inaugurated in a Moscow ceremony this week. The vehicles join the large fleet that delivers daily meals, as well as medical assistance to thousands throughout the Moscow area.
The NYPD’s 71st Precinct, which covers a majority of the Crown Heights area, has asked the public to help identify the people that shot five last week on Brooklyn Ave and Sterling Street.
The Israeli military has reduced the mandatory service for male draftees Wednesday, effective immediately. The change, which was announced Wednesday, comes as part of the army service reform plan, which was passed into law in December 2016.
The New York City Council passed an $88 billion budget just after midnight Wednesday, which included slashing the $1 billion NYPD budget.
El Al canceled two passenger flights and four cargo flights scheduled for Wednesday. According to Globes, El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin ordered all the company’s planes to return to Israel, including those which are doing cargo distribution abroad.