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Englewood Grapples With New Tax Bill

Englewood officials are trying to come up with solutions to mitigate the effects of the new cap on property tax deductions, but they are running into

A Tribute to Moshe Trinz, zt”l

Last Monday evening the TABC family received the bitter news of the passing of Moshe Trinz ‘96. Moshe is the son of Marcia and Bob Trinz

Abbas: Jerusalem Is Key to Peace or War

Just days after a fiery speech in which Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas called peace efforts by President Donald Trump “a slap in the face”

MLK Day of Service Program Fosters Communal Unity

Jewish fifth graders sat and chatted with Muslim, Sikh, African-American and Asian-American students in the same age group as they worked collaboratively to make the world

The Students We Expelled

The Students We Expelled

The Students We Expelled

I’ll never forget that phone call.

There was a half-hour between the end of school on Thursdays and

Cong. Ahavath Torah Sponsors Family Promise Homeless Shelter Dinner

Cong. Ahavath Torah Sponsors Family Promise Homeless Shelter Dinner

Cong. Ahavath Torah Sponsors Family Promise Homeless Shelter Dinner

On January 7, Congregation Ahavath Torah sponsored the first annual Family Promise Bergen County homeless shelter dinner, organized

NJ Rabbis Join RabbisCanRun on Behalf of Kav L’Noar in Jerusalem Marathon

NJ Rabbis Join RabbisCanRun on Behalf of Kav L’Noar in Jerusalem Marathon

NJ Rabbis Join RabbisCanRun on Behalf of Kav L’Noar in Jerusalem Marathon

There was no mistaking the enthusiasm of Meir Kaniel of Passaic, the North American representative of Kav L’Noar, as he

Simon Wiesenthal Center Co-Hosts Author Maya Ross at Englewood Public Library

Simon Wiesenthal Center Co-Hosts Author Maya Ross at Englewood Public Library

Simon Wiesenthal Center Co-Hosts Author Maya Ross at Englewood Public Library

The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Englewood Public Library co-hosted author Maya Ross on Wednesday, January 11, at the

New Jersey Educators Attend Hidden Sparks’ 11th Annual Retreat

New Jersey Educators Attend Hidden Sparks’ 11th Annual Retreat

New Jersey Educators Attend Hidden Sparks’ 11th Annual Retreat

(Courtesy of Hidden Sparks) This year, at the Hidden Sparks’ annual retreat held last week at the

RYNJ 3B2 Makes Siyum

RYNJ 3B2 Makes Siyum

RYNJ 3B2 Makes Siyum

RYNJ’s 3B2 class celebrated the completion of the first perek of Mishnayot Rosh Hashanah. The class prepared a bulletin board that

BPY Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

BPY Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

BPY Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Ben Porat Yosef students honored Martin Luther King Jr. by learning about his life on Monday, January 15. Prior to this day the students in

FC TEANECK Teams Win Two Tournaments

FC TEANECK Teams Win Two Tournaments

FC TEANECK Teams Win Two Tournaments

The FC TEANECK Cyclones (B13) and FC TEANECK Flames (G15) teams kicked off their winter seasons by winning championships at the

Frisch Ice Hockey Improves to 5-0-1

Frisch Ice Hockey Improves to 5-0-1

Frisch Ice Hockey Improves to 5-0-1

Joe Tropp had a hat trick and two assists and Jake Fromen had two goals and three assists to lift Frisch (5-0-1) to an 8-3 win over

SAR JV Boys Basketball Team Hosts Yachad

SAR JV Boys Basketball Team Hosts Yachad

SAR JV Boys Basketball Team Hosts Yachad

On Tuesday, the SAR JV boys basketball team hosted a friendly exhibition against the IVDU School, or Yachad’s Individual

KOSHEREURO Offers Kosher Culinary Experience in Tuscany

KOSHEREURO Offers Kosher Culinary Experience in Tuscany

KOSHEREURO Offers Kosher Culinary Experience in Tuscany

(Courtesy of KOSHEREURO) In response to the increased demand for a kosher culinary experience, join

Hundreds of Kosher Wines, Spirits and More Featured at 12th Annual Kosher Food and Wine Experience

Hundreds of Kosher Wines, Spirits and More Featured at 12th Annual Kosher Food and Wine Experience

Hundreds of Kosher Wines, Spirits and More Featured at 12th Annual Kosher Food and Wine Experience

New York—Tri-state oenophiles and foodies alike will be the first to savor the latest in fine kosher wines, spirits and creative cuisine at

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Does feeding your kid send you into a frenzy? The reality is that while meal times are a valued part of the familial fabric, they can be more

Shavuot 46

Shavuot 46

Shavuot 46

May these words of Torah serve as a merit le’iluy nishmat Menachem Mendel ben Harav Yoel David Balk, a”h.

Bo: A Hardening of the Heart

Bo: A Hardening of the Heart

Bo: A Hardening of the Heart

The first time Danny Unger lent his car to his son Michael, it came back covered in potato chips. Not a few potato chips, mind you. It was as

Psalm 48: God Will Lead Us ‘Al Mut’

Psalm 48: God Will Lead Us ‘Al Mut’

Psalm 48: God Will Lead Us ‘Al Mut’

At the end of davening every Monday, we recite Psalm 48 as the “shir shel yom.” This Psalm ends: “This is God, our God forever and

(Jacob Magid/TOI Staff) In an operation in the West Bank city of Jenin on Wednesday
(JNS) The U.S. on Tuesday announced a major cut in its current funding of UNRWA, the
(JNS) President Donald Trump’s international negotiations representative, Jason
(Courtesy of The Sadkhin Complex) Congratulations Englewood, New Jersey; Lakewood,
Please join members of the New York-based admissions team, as well as an alumnus,
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With the snap of a red ribbon, Elie Tanous celebrated his new hair salon at The Shops
With the snap of a red ribbon, Elie Tanous celebrated his new hair salon at
Sruli Loewy, a 21-year-old MTA graduate from Fair Lawn, has found his footing in
We recently embarked on a campaign to hire additional mortgage consultants as we
(BPT) The artificial intelligence that’s already taking the world by storm is
One drop, as in dropping your monthly mortgage insurance (MI) payment. If you
As the delegation from the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations
“…Morally speaking, there is no limit to the concern one must feel for the
For some time now, we have heard that many of our youth are in a bad way—drinking,
The mashgichim at Jin restaurant, located at 227 Main Avenue in Passaic, recently raised questions regarding certain procedures at the restaurant. Passaic-Clifton Kashrus has determined that these matters merit investigation and, effective January 8, 2018, suspended its supervision of the restaurant pending completion of the investigation, which is being undertaken in consultation with leading kashrus and other experts.
 
At this time, PCK has not concluded that any non-kosher food entered the establishment. 
 
PCK is committed to maintaining the highest standards of kashrus in the Passaic-Clifton community. Following completion of its investigation, PCK intends to report on the results of the investigation as well as any policy changes that may be put in place to prevent similar situations from arising in the future.