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Daily Archives: July 6, 2020
The Gedaliah Society has published an important update for the Crown Heights Jewish community. The update informs the community of new cases of COVID-19 that have been identified in Crown Heights.
A request filed in New York State court to block a state order closing all overnight camps for the summer has been denied, ending the overnights last chance to open for the summer.
It’s a dynamic duo! One cigarette smoking thief and a female “lookout” accomplice, took a swipe at a package on the porch of a President Street home Monday afternoon, making off with his illicitly acquired goody.
El Al’s board of directors has approved its nationalization and acquisition by the State that will continue to operate it.
The community is invited to a virtual Shlohsim event celebrating the life and legacy of R’ Avraham Plotkin OBM today, July 6th from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.
The Israeli Defense Ministry and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) on Monday successfully launched a Shavit space deployment vehicle carrying Israel’s latest surveillance satellite, the Ofek 16.
Watch a replay of the Yud Beis Tammuz farbrengen in which Rabbi Yoseph Zaltzman farbrenged, sharing his personal episodes of growing up in Samarkand under communist rule.
New York City has made it to Phase III of the reopening guidelines outlined by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, with one modification.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mrs. Channie Rotenberg OBM, a resident of Crown Heights. She passed away on Monday, the 14th of Tammuz, 5780.