The Men’s Club of Congregation Beth Aaron in Teaneck is presenting Bob Klapisch, baseball columnist for The Record, on Sunday, February 7, at 9:30 a.m. Bob will preview the 2016 baseball and discuss the Yankees’ offseason moves, the Mets’ chances of returning to the World Series and the Hall of Fame vote. He also will take
On Saturday evening, January 16, nearly 600 attendees gathered at the Marriott Glenpointe in Teaneck for Yavneh Academy’s 73rd annual dinner.
Guests gathered to celebrate the school and to pay homage to this year’s honorees—Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera, Community Service
Highland Park—A 21-year-old Piscataway man has been charged in the death of a six-year-old Highland Park resident who was killed in a car accident Shabbos afternoon as he walked to a local synagogue with his mother and a classmate.
Chaim Kraus was with his mother, Rochie Kraus, on Raritan
Dr. Joshua Schor, medical director at Daughters of Israel, and Eve Goldberg, director of the women’s league at Daughters of Israel, were instrumental in helping to ensure that those in need this season received warm winter coats. Goldberg, a Livingston resident, was closely following the Livingston Coat Drive story in the West Essex
All are invited to join Chabad of West Orange on Friday night, February 5, for Shabbat Shalem, A Shabbat of Inclusion and Awareness, during Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month. The special guest speaker will be Avi Golden, who will speak on the topic of aphasia. Leslie Starr will give a dvar Torah on the weekly
One Israel Fund is pleased to announce the successful culmination of the October reception hosted by Andrea and Bryan Bier of West Orange. Funds raised from the West Orange community were allocated towards armored vests for the civilian security chiefs in Judea and Samaria.
The newest six-week course from the Jewish Learning Institute, titled “The Jewish Course of Why,” will be beginning at various Chabad locations shortly.
The topics of this course span a diverse range, from fun, light and off-the-beaten-track questions to more complex and controversial issues. Ever
Synagogue members Mavis Rosenstein, Jeri Bergman, Dvorah Preil, Barbara Rubin, Rebbetzin Yael Bleicher, Shari Bloomberg and Hindy Hecht—members of the EHM Sisterhood—at the 2nd annual Tu B’Shvat women’s seder, held on Tuesday, January 12.
Teaneck—Development has become a buzzword in Teaneck, synonymous with growth and progress. Whether residential or commercial, development has long been recognized by the Teaneck town council as a necessary focus to safeguard the economic future of the town.
The construction of a
Fair Lawn—A 16-year-old student at Fair Lawn High School, who was questioned by school administrators last week regarding whether she cyber-bullied a classmate, became the focus of worldwide attention, causing Fair Lawn High School’s administrators, school board, police and community institutions to review
“Feel the warmth.” Anyone who has had the opportunity to spend some time in TABC is immediately struck by the warmth that permeates the building. The relationships between faculty and students, and internally between students of all grades, is something very unique and special about the yeshiva. This
The Jewish Association for Developmental Disabilities presents “Expression Through Art: A Paint Night for Individuals With Disabilities.” J-ADD is a Jewish organization that helps serve the Jewish community and individuals with developmental disabilities. This event is held for individuals with special needs, ages 16 and up, as