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Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY +Mobilization for Perp Search of Past Homicide+

October 24, 2006 at 11:12 PM
Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY +Mobilization for Perp Search of Past Homicide+ NYPD are calling for a level one mobilization and requesting ESU, Aviation and K-9 Units to assist for a perp search at Fort Hamilton Parkway and 62nd Street, Police pursuit a vehicle that is wanted for a past homicide and carjacking. Vehicle has now been located at Pathmark on 13th Avenue and 60th Street, but still...

Brooklyn, NY +RMP MVA+

October 24, 2006 at 11:02 PM
Brooklyn, NY +MVA+ A motor vehicle accident on Kings Highway and East 24th Street involving a RMP, NYPD ESU responding Hatzolah on the scene requesting coordinater also to respond. ...

Lakewood, NJ +MVA+

October 24, 2006 at 10:03 PM
Lakewood, NJ +MVA+ A motor vehicle accident on Madison Avenue and East County Line Road, Hatzolah transporting one aided with injuries. ...

Chicago, I’ll – Judge Rules 9-Year-Old Need Not Get Circumcised

October 24, 2006 at 08:00 PM
Chicago, I'll - A judge ruled that a 9-year-old need not be circumcised as his mother wanted. A dispute between the boy's divorced parents about whether to circumcise him escalated into a court case, and Cook County Judge Jordan Kaplan declared in his ruling that granting the boy's father an injunction blocking the procedure, the boy could decide for himself whether to be circumcised when he...

Jerusalem, Israel – Zaka Motor Scooter Stolen

October 24, 2006 at 07:36 PM
Jerusalem, Israel - A motor scooter belonging to Zaka's Jerusalem branch was stolen, the organization said. This was reportedly the second time one of the group's scooters had been stolen. ...

Brooklyn, NY – Navy Yard Expands Industrial Space

October 24, 2006 at 06:23 PM
Brooklyn, NY - The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation launched its expansion project. Mayor Bloomberg broke ground for an industrial building on Perry Street that's being developed for multi-tenant occupancy. It's the first of seven buildings included in the three-year expansion, the largest at the Navy Yard since World War Two. The project will create 400,000 square feet of...

Colmar, France – Man Fined for Zyklon B Letters to Jews

October 24, 2006 at 05:29 PM
Colmar, France - A French man was fined 700 euros (USD 878.7) for sending Jews letters with the inscription "Jew equals Zyklon B", the gas used by Nazi Germany to exterminate Jews in the Holocaust. A police court in the eastern city of Colmar found Emmanuel Rist guilty of sending the letters, which included a Star of David and a drawing of a can with the message on it. The letters were sent...

Newburgh, NY – JetBlue Coming to Stewart Airport

October 24, 2006 at 04:15 PM
Newburgh, NY - JetBlue to announce what they say will be a “significant announcement” having a “large impact on air service in the Hudson Valley,” the startup of JetBlue service at the Newburgh airport. At present, JetBlue flies from Newark, LaGuardia and JFK as well as Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse. It is expected to service Florida destinations from Newburgh. ...

Venice Beach, CA – Eruv for Beach Raises Environmental Fears

October 24, 2006 at 03:36 PM
Venice Beach, CA - Orthodox Jews who want to use a strand of fishing line several miles long to create a eruv for the Beach's boardwalk are getting entangled in a dispute with beachfront residents and California environmentalists, who fear the string will snag birds and spoil the ocean view. The 70 or so families who attend a synagogue on Venice Beach's boardwalk are asking coastal regulators...

Philadelphia, PA – Robbers Pull Off Biggest Bank Heist

October 24, 2006 at 02:38 PM
Philadelphia, PA - Two masked men robbed a northeast Philadelphia bank of several hundred thousand dollars, the biggest bank robbery in recent city history, the FBI said. Investigators declined to say how much was taken from the PNC Bank, but FBI spokeswoman Jerri Williams said it was much more than the $250,000 taken in a large heist two years ago. Two armed men in dark-colored hooded sweat...

Brooklyn, NY +DWI Arrest+

October 24, 2006 at 01:58 PM
Brooklyn, NY +DWI Arrest+ NYPD of the 70th Precinct have arrested 22-year-old A. Rosenthal, of Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn, NY for driving while intoxicated on Parkville Avenue in the Parkville section of Brooklyn. ...

New York, NY – Bloomberg Flying to Chicago for Lieberman

October 24, 2006 at 01:24 PM
New York, NY - Mayor Bloomberg will be a guest at a reception in Chicago, for Senator Lieberman's re-election campaign. With him will be Senator Lieberman's wife, Hadassah. Mr. Lieberman was originally meant to be at the reception, but on the invitation, they are now promoting just Mr. Bloomberg and Hadassah Lieberman as the replacement stars...

Monroe, NY – Assemblywoman Snares Funds for Larkin Drive Plan

October 24, 2006 at 12:31 PM
Monroe, NY - Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt appears to have unsnagged plans for a major road project by securing $150,000 from the state to replace what would have been local contributions to the planning costs. The project is known as the Larkin Drive extension, and its goal is to ease traffic congestion in Monroe by turning what is now little more than a mall entrance into a thoroughfare that...

B’nei Brak, Israel – Rabbis Call for Supervision of Arab Workers

October 24, 2006 at 12:18 PM
B'nei Brak, Israel - Rabbis of B’nei Brak have issued a call for increased supervision over the Arab workers employed in their city, many from Palestinian Authority-controlled areas in Israel illegally. The rabbis have appointed a supervisor to oversee the matter. The crackdown stems not from security concerns, although Arabs transported across checkpoints together with groups headed for...

Monroe, NY – Assemblywoman Snares Funds for Larkin Drive Plan

October 24, 2006 at 12:18 PM
Monroe, NY - Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt appears to have unsnagged plans for a major road project by securing $150,000 from the state to replace what would have been local contributions to the planning costs. The project is known as the Larkin Drive extension, and its goal is to ease traffic congestion in Monroe by turning what is now little more than a mall entrance into a thoroughfare that...

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