NYC Prepares to Replace Teachers who Refuse to get Vaccinated with Substitutes who Have Gotten their Shots

     New York City principals have been instructed by the Department of Education (DOE) to prepare a list of staffers who have refused.... read more

Satmar Rebbe to Spend Shabbos Parshas Noach in Boro Park

With great excitement the Satmar chassidim of Boro Park are preparing to host the Satmar Rebbe, Rav Zalman Leib, shlit”a, who will be spending.... read more

Photo Gallery: Sukkos by Admorim and Rabonim Shlit”a. - Part 2

Photos by: Issac Y., Akiva K. A. Gefen, D.H. Kerem, Sholime Schwartz.... read more

Dzikov-Viznitz and Boyaner Communities to Welcome new Sifrei Torah Today

Another Sunday, and multiple new Sifrei Torah are being inaugurated in two Shuls at two areas in Boro Park.Reb Chaim Dovid Elimelech Fischman.... read more

BDE: Mrs. Chaya Nissen, A"H

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Nissen. She was 69 years of age. She was born to her parents, Reb Yosef Yitzchok and Adina.... read more

Aleksander Rebbe to Visit New York This Week

With great excitement, Aleksander Chassidim in America received the news of the final details of the Rebbe Shlit”a’s planned visit to the.... read more

Memory Lane: The Asher Dann & Sons Building When Horses and Trolley Cars Roamed Boro Park

The Viznizter Chassidim came to Boro Park early on—as early as the 1970’s. They have inhabited the old building on New Utrecht Avenue on the.... read more

Suspect Returns to Steal Packages Twice over Yom Tov

A suspect who stole packages and mail from residents on 60th Street and 20th Avenue over the first night Yom Tov, returned the next night to try his.... read more

Photo Gallery: Sukkos by Admorim and Rabonim Shlit”a. - Part 1

Photos by: Lensky Photos and Akiva K..... read more

Gov. Hochul Announces $373 Million in Aid for New Yorkers to Heat Their Homes

     New Yorkers who are in need of assistance warming their homes in the winter now have more than $373 million available to them.... read more

Living Legacy: The Ribnitzer Rebbe, zt”l

It is difficult to believe that a tzaddik of this caliber lived among us, in the very recent past.A human being who defied all the rules of nature,.... read more

NYC Teachers Petition US Supreme Court to Block Vaccine Mandate

     A small group of New York City teachers have petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to issue an emergency order that would block the.... read more

USPS to Slow Mail Delivery Service: Starting Tomorrow

 If you think the United States Postal Service (USPS) currently takes a long time to deliver mail cross-country, starting tomorrow, your letters.... read more

Health Department Warns: Some Ceramic Dishes Contain Lead that is Thousands of Times Greater than Safe Levels

   The New York City Health Department, which just investigated 15 cases of lead poisoning in children and adults, traced their dangerously.... read more

Torah Written in Memory of Corona Victims by Bachurim of Bobov-45 to be Inaugurated Today

It was the spring of 2020, and the worst of the Coronavirus Pandemic was behind us. The virus had claimed some the best among our community,.... read more

BDE: Mrs. Gitza (Gisella) Slomowics, A”H

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Slomowics, a native of Chust, a Holocaust survivor. She was 95 years of age. She was born.... read more

NYPD to Provide Friendly, Helpful Greeters at Precincts

By Yehudit GarmaiseThe NYPD has now created a new position: community guide, to supplement desk sergeants, who are not known for their.... read more

SNAP benefits to increase by $36 a person next month, said Gov. Hochul

  A New York family of four will see, next month, its maximum allocation under the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).... read more