The Biden administration intends to reopen overland border crossings to our vaccinated neighbors to the north by early November, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Tuesday night.
Daily Archives: October 12, 2021
A car, carjacked on Kingston Ave and Fulton Street, took police on a merry chase before wrecking in Crown Heights Tuesday evening.
With three different travel programs already on their roster, CTeen International is set to add a fourth for Summer 2022.
In this short clip released by JEM, the Lubavitcher Rebbe explains the reason behind Wall Street’s shenanigans.
The Tenathon 2 will be streaming live this Sunday! Learn more about the show stopping lineup of entertainers and singers who will take the stage in the greatest night in Jewish entertainment!
Chabad Young Professionals brings back an upgraded version of the traditional “Shadchan,” revamped for the contemporary dating scene.
Following an unprovoked BB gun attack on a Lubavitcher Bochur walking on Albany Ave Monday night, the NYPD will be adding extra patrols to help prevent crime in the neighborhood.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that all New Yorkers enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will receive the maximum allowable level of food benefits for October.
Mikvah.org proudly presents a second webinar for women experiencing infertility with Mrs. Dvora Entin titled “Creating Intimate Connections when Life is Under Struggle.”
A federal judge ruled that New York must continue to allow health care workers to seek exemption from a statewide vaccine mandate on religious grounds as a lawsuit challenging the requirement proceeds.
California is now the first state in the country to require a gender-neutral children’s section at large retailers.
A special teshura with many Maanos was published for the Fischer and Polter wedding regarding the expansion of 770, and the communications about it with the Rebbe.