Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker today announced the release of revised nursing home visitation guidance to align with guidelines recently released by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Daily Archives: March 25, 2021
Three rules for life, Don’t Speed, Don’t Get Caught, and Don’t Brag About It On Social Media. This guy failed at all three after getting into a high speed chase with a New York State Trooper.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for New York City as high winds are expected Friday from 2:00pm through midnight.
The Hatzalah-Thon is coming back! After the wildly successful Hatzalah-Thon that took place this past year, the event will be taking place again this year.
The Rebbe’s letter this week touches upon the law of pidyon ha’ben – the redemption of the first born, which has its origin in the events of Pesach night in Mitzrayim, when the first born of the Egyptians were slain and the first born of the Jews were spared.
US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield announced the resumption of US economic and humanitarian aid to the Palestinian Authority which had been stopped by the Trump Administration.
It’s a mivtzoim route, but instead of Yeshiva bochurim, the distributors are adult community members. With forty-five participating chapters, at Chabad houses in cities around the globe the Mitzvah Society, a project of Merkos 302, is empowering community members to maximize the shliach’s impact.
The Central Elections Committee released the final results of this week’s elections for the 24th Knesset Thursday evening.
An Israeli-owned container ship was attacked by an Iranian missile in the Arabian Sea. There were no casualties, but the ship was damaged.
Assemblymember David I. Weprin today joined Rabbi Shmuel Butman, Director of the Lubavitch Youth Organization and State Senator Zellnor Myrie, to commemorate the 119th anniversary of the birth of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe in Crown Heights, presenting a resolution honoring the Rebbe’s life and legacy.
It’s a colossal traffic jam. With the Suez Canal still blocked by a grounded container ship, a mass of vessels wait to cross the worlds busiest water crossing. Time until the canal is reopened? It could be days, or weeks.
Omar Barghouti, one of the top officials of the Hamas terrorist organization in Judea and Samaria, has died from the coronavirus, Arab media reported Thursday.
A slick package thief was nearly caught in the act Thursday after pretending to be a surveyor in Crown Heights. He uses peoples lack of interest in opening their doors to stash loose packages in bags he brought.
MyShliach’s “An Hour with the Rebbe” virtual gathering exceeded all expectations with an attendance of over 600 families and 2000 children from all over the world. The event featured popular singer Benny Friedman.
During the pre Pesach visits by Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, Rabbi of Berlin – to the senior German government ministers and officials, the rabbi received special permission to stand and speak at the place where the Nazis first announced the final solution.
The Rebbe encourages us to learn the works of a Rebbe in Nigleh and Chassidus on his Yom Hilula, and to learn Mishnayos beginning with the letters of his name. In honor of Yud Gimmel Nissan, Yagdil Torah has compiled a publication with Mishnayos and selected pieces of the Tzemach Tzedek’s Torah.
For the first time in his presidency, President Biden will face the media alone in a solo press conference this afternoon beginning at 1:15pm.