Yachad’s Daner Communal Fellowship has selected three outstanding recent college graduates to serve as Fellows for the 2015–2016 programmatic year, beginning in late July. Amanda Parker from Englewood, New Jersey, graduate of New York University, joins Rachel Samuels from Roslyn Heights, New York, graduate of Binghamton
Penina Rybak, MA/CCC-SLP, TSHH will present “Autism Intervention in the iEra: Which App When? Developmental Guidelines” on July 15 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the K.E. Building, 306 Main Avenue in Clifton.
Following this program, attendees will be able to methodically describe how to
Barely a year has passed since the Biale Rebbe’s last visit to Passaic and West Orange, but it seems like so much more. Since then, dozens of miracle stories resulted from the Rebbe’s blessings last year. The sense of wonder and awe that remains with all those who met him buzzes within the community. Now anticipation pulses
Teaneck—Pending rezoning approval, a sale is reportedly imminent between BNE Real Estate and a vacant Teaneck property known as the old Verizon building, located at 1500 Teaneck Road, near the corner of State Street. The building has been empty for a number of years, and the sale would allow for a new four story
Bergenfield—As a younger man, Rabbi Zvi Sobolofsky had the reputation of always being in the beis midrash. “The defining characteristic of Yehoshua bin Nun is never wanting to leave the tent of Torah,” said YU Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Mordechai Willig, known to most in the Ohr HaTorah community as “their Rav’s Rav.”
On Thursday, June 11, Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky, Executive Director of Bris Avrohom, affixed a mezuzah on the executive offices of Newark International Airport with the General Manager Richard Heslin and over 100 employees in attendance. Rabbi Kanelsky referred to Biblical and Talmudical sources as to the fact that a mezuzah
Teaneck—A unique party venue, amusement facility and exhibit complex could soon be flying elsewhere. World of Wings, which opened in 2012, was put up for sale about a year ago and may make way for an apartment complex bringing in more property taxes to the revenue-strapped township.
Following the launch of the TEACH NJS initiative with more than 300 members of the New Jersey Jewish community, TEACH NJS brought members of the Bergen County Jewish community to Trenton on Thursday to meet with state legislators and advocate for funding bills on behalf of New Jersey’s Jewish day schools and yeshivas.