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Boro Park, Brooklyn +Auto Burglary’s+

July 1, 2006 at 11:09 PM
Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY +Auto Burglary's+ NYPD Detm Squad of the 66th Pct are doing an investigation on numerous auto burglary's over Shabbos in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn, NY. Over 40 vehicles were broken into over Friday night and Shabbos in the area of 17th Avenue and 55th Streets, numsrous Det. are on the scene...

Gaza City, Gaza Strip – Palestinian Prime Minister’s Office Attacked

July 1, 2006 at 10:54 PM
Gaza City, Gaza Strip - Israeli warplanes attack Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh's office in Gaza City...

Baghdad, Iraq – Market Blast Kils Dozens

July 1, 2006 at 10:26 PM
Baghdad, Iraq - At least 62 people have been killed and 114 wounded in a car bombing attack of a market in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad...

Ellenville, NY – Storm Knocks Out Power To 1,000

July 1, 2006 at 08:30 AM
Ellenville, NY - A severe storm with high winds struck the Village of Ellenville, damaging homes, downing power lines and trees, and depriving electricity to more than 1,000 Central Hudson Gas & Electric customers. The storm, which struck around 5:15 a.m. yesterday, left most of its damage in Ellenville, Paul Tesoro, a Central Hudson spokesman, said.Utility repairmen were still at work...

Washington – Doctors More Likely To Recommend Anesthesia For Circumcisions

July 1, 2006 at 06:54 AM
Washington - Due to a new study, doctors are more likely to use anesthesia for newborn circumcisions than they were eight years ago.   At one time, doctors believed that infants were too young to experience the pain of circumcision or did not remember it, but more recent medical research has shown that babies are no different than adults in this regard, said Dr. Daniel Yawman, lead author of...

Spring Valley, NY – Amendment Would Allow Bigger Homes

July 1, 2006 at 06:04 AM
Spring Valley, NY - Larger houses could be built without zoning variances under new regulations being considered. The village Board of Trustees will conduct a public hearing next month on an amendment to increase the ratio between the lot size and the square footage for single- and two-family homes. "There has been a significant demand for larger houses," said Village Attorney Bruce Levine...

New York – Monsey Ruv’s Vehicle Involved In Major Accident, Escapes Injury

July 1, 2006 at 04:17 AM
New York - On his way home early this morning from the Satmar Monsey Camp in Montreal, the Satmar Monsey ruv's vehicle had a major accident near Saratoga Springs, after his driver fell asleep and lost control of the vehicle, the vehicle was totaled, but B"H with no injuries to any of the three travelers. ...

Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY +Bias Crime+

July 1, 2006 at 04:16 AM
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY +Bias Crime+ Swastikas were found in the apartment building of 80 Ross Street on the 6th Floor, NYPD Detective Squad and Bias Crime Unit are all responding. ...

Cuba – Kosher Chicken Now Available

July 1, 2006 at 04:05 AM
Cuba - A educational organization has begun slaughtering kosher chickens for the Cuban community on an ongoing basis. "From now on every few weeks we'll have another few shochtim go down," said Rabbi Simon Aisenbach, executive director of the Canadian Friends of Cuban Jewry (CFCJ). "Every two to three weeks, a team goes down there to slaughter chickens, and we'd love to do more, but it’s...

Queens, NY +MVA Involving Hatzolah Member+

July 1, 2006 at 04:03 AM
Queens, NY +MVA Involving Hatzolah Member+ A motor vehicle accident in Queens on 75th Avenue and 167th Street, Hatzolah members responding with backup. ...

Amherst, NH – Swastikas Painted At Amherst Golf Club

July 1, 2006 at 03:26 AM
Amherst, NH - Swastikas and other markings were discovered painted on the grounds of the Souhegan Woods Golf Club. Graffiti and swastikas were discovered painted on doors, fencing, and further markings were found on the pavement. The damage has been cleaned up, said Bill Meier, the head professional at the golf club. Such incidents, he said, are "very rare indeed." Police are...

Brooklyn, NY – The Sweet’N Low Talk

July 1, 2006 at 03:13 AM
Brooklyn, NY - Arthor Cohen will discuss "Sweet and Low" about his family that invented the sugar packet and then Sweet'N Low. Cohen is a grandson of Benjamin Eisenstadt, the founder of the company that once produced 50 million packets of the artificial sweetener a day at its Brooklyn factory.  The talk will take place at the Leonard Branch Library, in the Williamsburg section of...

Los Angeles, CA – Court of Appeal Allows Suit Over Rabbi’s Alleged Attack on Writer

July 1, 2006 at 01:48 AM
Los Angeles, CA - A Jewish writer who claims that a local rabbi attacked and injured her after they argued about Middle East politics can sue the organization he works for, the Court of Appeal for this district has ruled. Reversing a contrary ruling by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James A. Bascue, the panel said there was sufficient evidence for a jury to decide whether Chaim...

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