Cuomo Requires Police Departments to Provide Safety Reform Plans

By Yehudit Garmaise     In response to the many protests last summer that took place against the murder of George Floyd on May 25,.... read more

10:AM Breakfast Bar Reopens after Repairing Fire Damage

  By Yehudit Garmaise     10:am Breakfast Bar, which is located at 3808 13th Ave., reopened today after taking a month to repair.... read more

Andrew Giuliani to Run for Governor of New York

 Andrew Giuliani has said he plans to run for New York governor against Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2022, the Washington Examiner reported. .... read more

BDE: Reb Yaakov Buchinger, Z"L

    We are saddened to inform the community of the petira of Reb Yaakov Buchinger, Z"L, who was 90 years old.      Mr..... read more

Tehillim: Miriam Bas Trana, Rachmastrivka Rebbetzin, Tlit”a

Rachmastrivka chassidim are mobilizing today in intense davening on behalf of the Rebbetzin, who is undergoing a heart procedure today. This is.... read more

Pesach in Bobov-45

Photos by: Avrumi Blum, Issac Y, Hillel Lichtenstien.... read more

Burglaries and Assaults Down in March, but Many Other Crimes have Increased

  While burglary was down by 8.5% compared to March of last year and assault declined by 0.9%, unfortunately New York City saw increases last.... read more

Cuomo Announces Budget Agreement, Senate and Assembly Expected to Vote on it Tonight

   The budget was due on April 1, but after hammering out many details, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader Andrea.... read more

Mayor Creates 10,000 Jobs for New Yorkers in City Cleanup Corps

By Yehudit Garmaise    Mayor Bill De Blasio is not just talking about wanting to clean up the city, but he is willing to pay $15 an hour to.... read more

Pesach in Bobov

Peasch in Bobov.... read more

Mayor de Blasio Announces Mobile Vaccine Van to go Live in Sunset Park on Tuesday

By Yehudit Garmaise     New York City’s vaccine effort is not only going stronger than ever, but it is on the move.   .... read more

Ketchup Packets in Short Supply, Due to COVID-19

   To eliminate points of contact that are touched by many people in restaurants, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).... read more

Mayor is Not Worried about Children Inhaling Second-Hand Marijuana Smoke Under New Law

 By Yehudit Garmaise  After Rodney Harrison, the NYPD’s Chief of Department, who had been a precinct commander in Harlem, told a reporter.... read more

Photo Gallery: Yom Tov Pesach by Admorim and Rabbonim - Part 1

Photos by: Avrumi Berger, Issac Y., Avrhom Moshe S., Sholime Schwartz .... read more

BDE: Reb Mordechai Anshel Lax, z”l, longtime Hatzolah volunteer

We are saddened to inform you of the petirah of R’ Anshel Lax,a pillar of the Viznitzer community in Boro Park, and dedicated Hatzolah volunteer,.... read more

Hate Crimes Surge in New York, Officials Question Parole System

  Three days after a young Chassidic family from Belgium was attacked with a knife by 30-year-old Darryl Jones during a Chol HaMoed walk through.... read more

Small Fire Erupts on Trash Dump on 43rd Street

Boro Park - A tossed cigarette was the likely culprit in the small fire that broke out in a pile of garbage cans on 43rd Street on Monday.... read more

Gov. Cuomo Announces 189 New Pop-Up Vaccine Sites

By Yehudit Garmaise   “We have COVID on the run, but now is the time that we have to crush it once and for all,” said Gov. Cuomo, who.... read more