Accident with Injuries on 16th Ave and 44th Street

A two-vehicle accident resulted of one person being transferred to the hospital on Sunday afternoon.The accident occurred at the intersection of 16th.... read more

Bungalow Fire in Machane Bnos Skver-Ferndale Causes Damage

A small fire broke out early Sunday morning in a Bungalow at the Skverer girls camp in Ferndale, New York. The fire began from burning candles.... read more

Meron Tragedy Investigative Committee Begins its Work

More than two months after the horrific tragedy that has so shaken our nation around the world—taking with it 45 precious and holy souls, and.... read more

The NYPD Seizes $54,000 Worth of Illegal Fireworks

     The NYPD, which has seized $54,000 worth of illegal fireworks that have come into New York City in recent weeks, announced.... read more

Hate Crimes Continue to Spike in New York City: Jews Must Better Protect Themselves and Increase Political Engagement

By Yehudit Garmaise     Hate crimes in New York City, in addition to gun violence and other crimes, are spiking by as much as 139%.... read more

New York's COVID Death Rate Hit a New Low: Fewest Daily Fatalities in Nine Months

By Yehudit Garmaise     The tally of COVID-19 deaths in New York is the lowest it has been since Sept. 20, 2020, Gov. Andrew Cuomo.... read more

Memory Lane: Stewart McDougall’s First House in Boro Park

It is a well-known fact that Boro Park started out as farmland—and it wasn’t all that long ago. The bustling shtetl that we know as such a center.... read more

Alternate Side and Meter Rules Suspended Independence Day

Alternate side parking (street cleaning) and parking meter regulations are suspended on Sunday-Monday, July 4-5, 2021 for Independence Day..... read more

As NYC Subway Deteriorates, 311 Expanded in Attempt to Address Issues

The NYC Subway, operated by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has gone from bad to downright horrible over the Covid-19 pandemic. While it.... read more

July 4 Weekend Expected to be Busiest Travel Period Since COVID Began

    While fireworks burst in the sky this fourth of July, this weekend is expected to be the busiest travel period the country has seen.... read more

DOT to Convert Brooklyn Chinatown’s Main Street to One-Way, Despite Protests of Locals

    The city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) plans in July to convert into one-way streets with protected bikes lanes both 7th and.... read more

BDE: Mrs. Chaya Citronenbaum, A’H

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Chaya Citronenbaum of Boro Park. She was 90 years old, yet another precious member of the.... read more

Trump’s Team Launches GETTR, its New Social Media Platform

     Donald Trump’s former spokesman, Jason Miller launched today the former president’s new social network called “GETTR,”.... read more

NYC has Worst Traffic in the Country, Study Finds

A newly-released study confirms what our readers have likely felt for a long time: the traffic in and around the city is the worst in the country—a.... read more

Famous Felder Shul to be Rebuilt After Sale to Karfunkel Family Kollel

By Yehudit Garmaise     The Felder shul, which has been sadly been boarded up since a fire, the cause of which has still not been.... read more

Living Legacy: Hakadosh Rebbe Shloime of Karlin, zy”a

22 Tammuz marks the 229th yohrtzeit of Rebbe Shloime of Karlin, the second leader of the Karlin dynasty, and whose talmidim began a number of.... read more

Most New Yorkers Do Not Want Cuomo to Quit or Get Impeached, But They Also Do Not Want Him to Run Again

     While most New Yorkers would prefer that Gov. Andrew Cuomo to remain in office and finish his term, rather than resigning or.... read more

Adams Maintains Slight Lead After Re-Count, Absentee Ballots Still Must be Counted

     After an initial miscalculation and after re-tabulating nine rounds of ranked-choice voting, the NYC Board of Elections (BOE) has.... read more