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Murders and Shootings Continue to Decline, Other Crimes Rise, Mayor Calls on Court System to Come Back

By Yehudit Garmaise     Murders and shootings in New York City in September have continued to decrease when the NYPD compares.... read more

Community Board 12 Casts its Vote to Deny Making Open Restaurants Permanent

By Yehudit Garmaise     New York City wants to make outdoor dining a permanent part of the city’s urban landscape, and to do so, the.... read more

Healthcare Workers who Care for New York's Most Vulnerable Patients Must be Vaccinated by Nov. 1

     Healthcare workers and all other staff members who work in hospitals that treat both psychiatric patients and patients with.... read more

NYC to Engage Public and Restaurant Owners to Create Design Guidelines for Open Restaurants

     The Open Restaurants Program, an innovation of the COVID pandemic, proved so popular that New York City wants to make it.... read more

Beyond the Bars: How a Boro Park Boy Transported Himself above Nature through Pure Faith

It was the night of zos Chanukah, the tail end of the Yom Tov of miracles, and the year was 5777 (2017)—an evening that will never leave the.... read more

BDE: Mrs. Golda Teichman, A"H

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Teichman, a”h, a symbol of mesirus nefesh and emunah peshutah, who passed away early this.... read more

New York Libraries Eliminate Fines for Overdue Books, Clear Accrued Debts

     In an effort to welcome New Yorkers back to their city’s libraries, the city’s libraries not only will no longer charge fines.... read more

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Elected Officials From Across the State Celebrate Sukkos in Borough Park With Community Leaders, Hosted by District Leader David Schwartz

Borough Park – A humble Borough Park Sukkah celebration, on Sunday, the 6th day of Sukkos, drew a rarely seen crowd of elected officials of all.... read more

Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are Back Up and Running, After Going Offline for More than Six Hours

     Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are back up and running, after going down this morning at 11:44am: leaving millions of users.... read more

Mark Zuckerberg Loses $7 Billion, Facebook Under Fire for Choosing Profit over the Public Good

  Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s creator and chief executive officer, has had better days than today.     Not only.... read more

Gov. Hochul Establishes Two Programs to Both Feed New Yorkers in Need and Bolster the Restaurant Industry

     Gov. Kathy Hochul has signed into law two new programs that will both provide the most vulnerable New Yorkers with hot,.... read more

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250,000 New Yorkers Received $100 to get Vaccinated: Mandates and Incentives Work, Mayor Says

By Yehudit Garmaise Since New York City started giving out $100 to residents who stepped up to get vaccinated, a whopping 250,000 New Yorkers.... read more

WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram are Down for Many Users

     Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp went down this morning: leaving millions worldwide without access to the social media.... read more