Today in History: The Nuremberg Trial Begins

By Toby FriedmanAfter WWII, twenty-four major war criminals were brought to trial. This famous court case, known as the Nuremberg Trials, was not.... read more

Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, Acquitted on All Counts

By Yehudit GarmaiseKyle Rittenhouse, who was 17 when he when he fired an AR-15, semi-automatic rifle to kill two men and injure a third, after riots.... read more

Gov. Kathy Hochul Joins 14 Other States in Urging Residents to Get Boosters: Hours Before Likely Final CDC Approval

 By Yehudit Garmaise   After the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19.... read more

Weekend Weather: Weather outlook for Friday & Shabbos

By Yaker Biegeleisen A cold front that blew into our area on Thursday night brought chillier temperatures to the area. Friday will be clear, sunny,.... read more

Photo Gallery: Vosloi Rebbe visits Rebbes in Boro Park

Photos by: Avrhom Moshe S..... read more

BDE: Mrs. Esther Fuchs, a”h

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Fuchs, originally from Chust, Ukraine. She was 70 years old. She came to America around.... read more

Suspect Arrested for Stealing Pushkas from 18th Ave Store

A suspect was arrested by the NYPD with the assistance of Shomrim after he returned to steal from a Pushka located in a store on 18th Avenue and 59th.... read more

BDE: Mrs. Chani Follman, a”h

It is with deep sorrow that we report on the passing of Mrs. Follman, a native Boro Parker, and pillar of the Sea Gate community. She was an untimely.... read more

Rav Landau to Spend Shabbos at Heichal Menachem, Preceding Yat Kislev Melave Malka

Veteran Boro Parker will recall the visits of Rav Moshe Yehuda Leib Landau—Rov of Bnei Brak and ardent Lubavitcher Chossid— to Boro Park in honor.... read more

A Historic Night in Boro Parks’ Sky: Lunar Eclipse Unseen Since 581 Years Ago

By: Yaker Biegeleisen The longest lunar eclipse for the New York area since 1440 will be seen tonight over Boro Park—and it will be pretty.... read more

News Sparks: Two Iranians Indicted for Interfering in US Elections; U.S Signs $5.29 Billion Deal with Pfizer for Anti-Covid Pill; And More News

Two Iranians Indicted for Threatening Voters in 2020 ElectionThe Justice Department has indicted two Iranian hackers for interfering in the U.S..... read more

Number of Americans who File for Unemployment Plunges, Mayor Still Focuses on Tenants’ Rights to Not be Evicted for Non-Payment of Rent

By Yehudit GarmaiseDespite the US Labor Market numbers that reveal the number of Americans who are filing for new unemployment benefits is.... read more

Newly-elected Councilwoman Alexa Aviles Visits Masbia, Praises Jewish Culture for Always Giving to Others

By Yehudit GarmaiseNewly-elected Councilwoman Alexa Avilés for District 38 visited Masbia on 5402 New Utrecht Ave., yesterday to peel many carrots.... read more

900 CVS stores closing over the next few years as they shift to digital strategy

By Toby FriedmanCVS pharmacy has announced that it will be closing about 900 of its stores over the next three years. That is roughly 9% of CVS’.... read more

Living Legacy: Rebbe Yitzchok of Sadigura-Rimanov, zt”l

In 1924, there arrived in America a scion of the Ruziner dynasty, Rav Yitzchok Friedman of Sadiger-Riminow. He was the son of Rav Yisroel, the son.... read more

Keren Pinchas Menachem Raising $500k to Help Needy Families in Eretz Yisroel

In memory of Menachem Knoblowitz A”h, who perished in the Meron tragedy, thousands of people are joining in donating and raising hundreds of.... read more

DOH Issues New Guidelines, Reopens Visitation for Nursing Homes

The Department of Health (DOH) sent out a letter on Nov. 12, to nursing homes statewide that reopened visitation, which had been severely restricted.... read more