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Atlantic City, NJ – Two Charged in Theft of Memorial Plaques from Synagogue

September 11, 2008 at 09:24 AM
Atlantic City, NJ - Two men charged in theft of eightmemorial plaques from A.C. synagogue Township police arrested two men in connection with the theft of eight memorial plaques from an Atlantic City synagogue. The plaques, each worth $1,200, were donated in memory of some of the Community Synagogue's deceased members. Police said the plaques were recovered after they were sold to a...

New York – 9-11 The Day That Changed The World Forever

September 11, 2008 at 08:23 AM
New York - On Sep.-11-2001 that day, America suffered a grievous blow. We at VIN News will never forget the facts and feelings of that day — our feelings as Americans, as Jews, as citizens of an unfamiliar world. We will never forget the sacrifice of the 3,000 men, women and children who perished that day. And we will ever strive to repay our debt to those brave souls from the NYPD, FDNY and...

Canada – Conservative Party Under Fire for Rosh Hashanah Cards

September 11, 2008 at 08:06 AM
Canada - The Conservative Party is facing questions about religious profiling after Jewish Canadians received cards from Stephen Harper wishing them a happy New Year. This is the second year in a row the cards have been sent out, and critics also say the cards raise serious concerns over voter privacy. While the Conservatives have said most Jews don't mind getting the cards, Montreal native...

Brooklyn, NY – Child Struck by Car

September 11, 2008 at 07:43 AM
Brooklyn, NY - Hatzolah on the scene on Avenue "U" and East 7th Street requesting Medics to respond on a rush for a child that was hit by a car. U/D: 08:18am Child is in stable condition at Lutheran Medical Center. ...

Deerpark, NY – Rumors of New Hasidic Community Brings Large Crowd to Town Hall Hearing

September 11, 2008 at 07:39 AM
Deerpark, NY - It was standing room only at Town Hall last night for a public hearing on the proposed Basher Kill subdivision, which, if approved, would be the largest residential development in the town. But from the feedback provided by more than 60 skeptical people who attended the hearing, it looks as if the project's developer, Orange County Holdings LLC, has an uphill battle on its...

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