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After 31 years of outstanding service to the local Jewish community, CAHAL, the special education program for children with learning disabilities, will not open classes for the 2023-24 school year. … more
Under every wedding chupah , joy is momentarily diminished as a glass is smashed and the loss of the Beit Hamikdash remembered. At last week’s Brody-Oratz simcha at Marina Del Rey in the Bronx, … more
Six students from Woodmere, Cedarhurst and Lawrence were among 28 college undergraduates participating in the 12th annual Summer Science Research Internship Program operated jointly by Bar-Ilan … more
When the first Jewish patient died on Rabbi Melvyn Lerer’s watch as chaplain at the Central Islip State Hospital in 1976, he was devastated. There was no tahara (preparation of the body for … more
The ICARE Foundation of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway has been awarded a $38,000 grant from the Amazin’ Mets Foundation. The foundation, whose name pays homage to the … more
Just a few hours before former President Donald Trump was arraigned in Miami on Tuesday, former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, a resident of Long Island’s Five Towns area, took to … more
It was the happiest of birthday parties — the 75th diamond jubilee for the modern state of Israel, the Jewish national homeland whose Jewish roots go back more than 3,000 years. Sunday’s … more
Since she was a five-year-old on her school’s playground, Sofie Glassman has been encountering antisemitism. “A girl told me I wasn’t allowed to play with her because I was … more
Rep. George Santos was arrested this morning, turning himself in on a 13-count indictment accusing him of wire fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds, and making materially false … more
A two-day celebration is hardly enough when cheering the 75th anniversary of the modern Jewish state. While there were blowout affairs last Wednesday (on 5 Iyar, Israel’s Hebrew-calendar … more
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