MTA To Restore F and C Train service, Congestion Pricing May be Just Months Away

By Yehudit Garmaise     When the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) reduced service on the F and C trains, the Transit.... read more

Mayor de Blasio Launches Spring Cleaning in New York City

By Yehudit Garmaise   Now that our homes are sparkling clean after weeks of preparing for Pesach, New York City is also turning its.... read more

Living Legacy: Posek Hador, Rav Shmuel Halevi Wosner, zt”l, ba’al Shevet Halevi

For many of us, Chol Hamo’ed Pesach brings to mind the enormous levaya of the Posek Hador, which took place six years ago. Hamo’or hagodol, the.... read more

Before Heading Out for Chol Hamoed: Take Photos of Each Child and Attach Identifying Tags

   After a three-day Yom Tov, everyone is ready for outings, but before you pack snacks and head out, please remember to take individual.... read more

BDE: Reb Shamshon Rubinfeld, z”l

 We are saddened to inform the community of the sudden petira of Reb Shamshon Rubinfeld, z”l, who was 68 years old.    On Friday.... read more

New Yorkers 30 and Up are Eligible for Vaccination on Tuesday, 16 and Up: April 6

   Tomorrow, New Yorkers who are 30 years of age and up are now eligible to make appointments to get vaccinated, and next week, on April 6,.... read more

Some B’gan Margarine Not Kosher l’Pesach: Please Check Labels Carefully

KASHRUS ALERT: B’gan just announced that the company realized late last night that some of its boxes of Kosher for Pesach margarine were.... read more

Manhole fire extends to nearby house on 55th street

A manhole fire broke out on Friday morning and extended to the basement of a house on 18th and 55th St.The flames caused the entire block to be.... read more

First Days of Pesach to be Rainy, Slightly Chilly

Boro Park - The first days of Pesach will be cool, with rain drenching the New York City area for much of the time.The beautiful weather of the past.... read more

Alternate Side Parking Rules Suspended March 28-29

Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended Sunday-Monday, March 28-29 for Passover (1st/2nd Days).All other regulations,.... read more

Boro Park Couple Falls for Scam in Which Stranger Calls Pretending to be a Family Friend

By Yehudit Garmaise  A Boro Park couple was the victim of a scam in which a strange man called to say that he was a “family friend” who had.... read more

Residents in Nursing Homes Can Resume Visitation, with Limited Exceptions

   The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released new guidance that allows all nursing home residents to receive visits at.... read more

Oneg Shabbos V'Yom Tov/Rechnitz Family 5881

As Pesach draws closer the tempo on the streets of Yerushalayim is picking up as people once again enjoy the sounds and smells of the upcoming Z'man.... read more

Pesach Preparations in Boro Park - Part 2

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Three South Florida Locations to Host Chametz Burnings Tomorrow

   Boro Parkers who are spending Pesach in South Florida can attend three different community chametz burnings on Friday, March 26, from.... read more

BDE: Reb Duvid Strobel z”l

 We are saddened to inform of the petira of Reb Duvid Strobel, a chassidishe Yid who worked in Boro Park for many years, who passed away on.... read more

$125 Million, Two Buildings; Bobov Rebbe to Put First Stone for New School Building

As Bobov starts the construction of its new Cheder building on the lot between 36th and 37th Streets off 14th Ave, the Kehila will celebrate a.... read more

New York City’s Open Streets Program to Remain a Permanent Change to Streetscapes

By Yehudit Garmaise   New York City’s Open Streets project, which makes use of sidewalk space for local businesses and restaurants to.... read more