Two people were arrested and charged with murder after a 46-year-old man was found tied up and dead in his Brooklyn apartment last week, the NYPD said Monday.
Daily Archives: January 26, 2021
Join Live at 7:45pm as the winners of the Keren Simchas Chosson V’Kallah are drawn at the live event. The program will be streamed live from KSCVK.org.
A guest appearance at the Chabad of Stamford Virtual Gala went high up the political ladder, with Secretary of Simcha “Modi” giving remarks to those who attended from their homes.
Urgent call for all healthy eligible BLOOD and PLASMA donors (men & women) as the supply of blood and convalescent plasma drops to dangerously low levels! Ahavas Chesed and Covid Plasma Initiative are partnering with the New York Blood Center (NYBC) and they need our help now! Join in this mitzvah and save up to 3 lives!
This past Monday the boys division of Cheder Menachem of Kingston traveled to the Rebbe in honor of Yud shevat. They started with a visit to the Ohel and then continued on to 770 and the Rebbes library.
Hundreds of shluchim across the US and around the world are preparing to launch the JLI winter course, Journey of the Soul next week. The course will provide continuing education credit to the doctors, psychologists, and other mental health professionals who attend thanks to a partnership with the Einstein College of Medicine to offer AMA and APA-approved courses.
The family of R’ Pinto Greenberg obm is inviting the Crown Heights community to join them in celebrating the completion of a Sefer Torah that will be completed Tuesday, the 13th of Shvat, January 26th,
In the latest Connection Point initiative, schools, seminaries, and Anash worldwide watched the Rebbe’s mission statement to our generation, hearing it directly from the Rebbe.
A substantial uptick in student suicides has prompted the nation’s fifth-largest school district to start bringing children back to the classroom as soon as possible, despite high numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths, a report says.
A special presentation was shown at this year’s Halikut Siyum courtesy of JEM, highlighting the pleasure the Rebbe got from people learning Lekkutei Sichos.
The government has opened up the PPP loan program for the second time, allowing thousands of struggling businesses to pay their payroll over the next few months. So what do you need to know?
A Hatzalah volunteer found himself “under the gun” in a new way Monday night when two males attempted to mug him in Crown Heights. Thankfully the victim was uninjured.
Chilling evidence has emerged from the Sobibor death camp in Poland: Personal identity tags made of metal belonging to four children aged 5–11 from Amsterdam, Holland, were retrieved from archaeological excavations conducted at the camp.
The World Health Organization is putting a halt on the coronavirus vaccine by Moderna for pregnant women due to a lack of data.
A terrorist stabbing attack was foiled in Samaria Tuesday morning, according to initial reports. The terrorist was shot and neutralized during the attempted attack.
From the moment they were informed that their test came back positive for Covid-19, Chabad of Nigeria escorted the family all the way to the airport 10 days later.