Two FDNY ambulances collided Monday night at the intersection of Brooklyn Ave and Midwood Street in Crown Heights, sending one of the ambulances careening into a wall.
Daily Archives: January 4, 2021
-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
Officers responding to a domestic violence call in Crown Heights Monday night were forced to fire their weapons after they were attacked by a knife wielding assailant in a persons home.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced expanded prioritization for New Yorkers eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to include more front line health workers.
20 Tevet marks the Yahrzeit of the Rambam and more recently of Rabbi Yaacov Abuhatzeira, the grandfather of Rabbi Yisroel Abuhatzeira also known as the Baba Sali. Over 100 men and women came to the Beinoni Shul in Crown Heights to celebrate the life of these two great Tzadikim.
Earlier today, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the first confirmed case of the UK strain of COVID-19 virus has been detected in Saratoga Springs, NY.
A New York Democrat’s bill that would allow the governor or his surrogates to detain individuals who pose a threat to public health “by a single order … in a medical facility or other appropriate facility” sparked fierce backlash online.
Oholei Torah has announced that it has extended the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for their annual raffle. Oholei Torah’s annual raffle drawing will now take place on Friday, the 24th of Teves/January 8th.
Dr. Robert Hedaya’s concept of Whole Psychiatry looks at both traditional psychiatry and functional medicine to get a complete view of a patient’s psychological and physical health. This armchair discussion with Dr. Hedaya and Rabbi Shais Taub, a leading authority on Jewish mysticism, will compare and contrast the medical and mystical viewpoints. These vital insights will shed light on the relationship between the body and mind and how to bring healing to both.
Chabad on Campus welcomed Rabbi Moshe and Chavie Kalmenson as the new Shluchim to The Culinary Institute of America and Marist College in Hyde Park, NY.
Both the New York Powerball and MegaMillions lotteries climbed over $400 Million this week, sparking a lottery fever in the state. Last weeks drawing of the MegaMillions brought no winner, sending the winning amount from $401 Million to $432 Million.
Two children who had just been dropped off in front of Boro Park Cheder were struck by a van Monday morning, leaving one dead and another injured.
The death of Ahuvya Sandak, a settler youth who died after the car he was in flipped twice while being chased by police officers, has sparked increased unrest as evidence of police misconduct mounts.
Electric car giant Tesla has been cleared to market its vehicles in Israel, according to a report by Globes Monday morning. Previously, Tesla had operated in Israel only as a small-scale importer, with permission to bring in no more than 20 vehicles, most of which were used for testing.