Today in History: Mount Rushmore Carving Begins

The 14-year-long carving project of Mount Rushmore began on October 4, 1927, in the Black Hills near Keystone, South Dakota. The project, sometimes.... read more

NYC Residents Frustrated by Illegal Parking May Receive $43.75 for each Photo They Submit as Evidence

By Yehudit GarmaiseNYC residents who are frustrated by parked cars that block bike lanes, schools, sidewalks, and crosswalks may soon be able submit.... read more

President Biden Hosts First-Ever Rosh Hashana Gathering at White House

By Yehudit GarmaiseWhen President Joe Biden hosted the first Rosh Hashana gathering ever at the White House on Sept. 30, three Boro Park residents.... read more

Beyond's After-School Programs Offer the Perfect Environment for Students to Excel

by M. C. MillmanBeyond is Boro Park's latest after-school program offering children the education and activities to excel in an environment they can.... read more

Beis Hora'ah Nitei Gavriel to Provide Yom Kippur Guidance to Community

By: Boropark24 staff As this most important fast on the calendar, the holy day of Yom Kippur, approaches, it is a time of many questions for so.... read more

Weekly Weather: Remnants of Ian Part II Continue to Bring us Wind and Rain

By: Yaker Biegeleisen Following Shabbos, where we received a large amount of rain and wind due to the remnants of Hurricane Ian, the storm will.... read more

Brooklyn DOB Offers New, Weekly Consultations to Help Residents Complete Construction Projects

 By Yehudit Garmaise “Homeowners, tenants, building managers, and small business owners, do you have construction projects going that you.... read more

Photo Gallery: Wedding for Daughter of the Aleksander Rebbe

Photos by: Heshey Rubinstein .... read more

Living Legacy: The Shpoler Zeide

By: Yehuda Alter6 Tishrei marked the yohrtzeit of Rebbe Yehuda Aryeh Leib, known as the Shpoler Zeide, zy”a, who was known for his fiery avodas.... read more

Memory Lane: The Boro Park Mikvah

As we approach the day in which we are purified by the holiness of Yom Kippur, we recall the sacrifices and heroism of Boro Park’s early residents.... read more

Minyanim at Shomer Shabbos: Ha’azini

Weekend Weather: Ian's Remnants Will Bring Rain

BY: Yaker Biegeleisen Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida this week just shy of a category five hurricane, bringing devastation and ferocious.... read more

Community Board 12 Reunites to Provide Safety and Serenity for Boro Parkers Throughout Yom Tov

By Yehudit GarmaiseThanks to the considerable efforts of Community Board 12, the NYPD, Shomrim, Shmira, and Mayor Eric Adams, Boro Parkers are to.... read more