A known porch pirate who is alleged to live on President Street on the corner of Schenectady Ave has been terrorizing homes on Crown Street, and local residents have had enough.
Daily Archives: September 13, 2021
It’s never too late for simcha, or to get your smicha. The world famous Uncle Moishe made it happen, receiving his smicha certificate at an event full of simcha.
A new Children’s Сultural and Educational Center under initiative of the Jewish community opened in Tomsk on September 12.
While we BH managed to raise a significant amount for this family (on the chesed fund website), we unfortunately did not reach our goal of the much needed $180,000.00. With the New Year approaching, please, please open your hearts and […]
Thousands worldwide tuned in to a live Vov-Tishrei farbrengen, celebrating the life and legacy of the Rebbe’s mother, Rebbetzin Chana, of righteous memory.
Twenty years ago, Rabbi Yosef Lipsker and his wife Chana Lipsker, directors of the nearby Chabad of Berks County, began inviting Jewish patients and their families to their home for Shabbat dinner. That’s where it started.
All of New York’s 472 subway stations are now equipped with security cameras.
With great sadness we report the passing of Boruch Nachshon OBM, the famed artist whose art is features in 770 Eastern Parkway. He passed away on the 7th of Tishrei, 5782.
Two people were moderately wounded in a stabbing attack on Jaffa Street outside the Jerusalem Central Bus Station on Monday afternoon, a spokesperson for Magen David Adom (MDA) said.
Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, has published a letter to Australian authorities requesting that they take seriously a request by Jews in Victoria to reconsider restrictions on religious gatherings as Yom Kippur approaches.
Anash of Paris marked the auspicious day of Vov Tishrei, the Yartzeit of Rebbentzin Chana, with farbrengens for both men and women.
An attempted stabbing attack was reported south of Jerusalem Monday morning.