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Ninth-Grader Yehuda Weiss Publishes Sefer On Mishnayos Kodshim

Bergenfield’s Yehuda Weiss, a graduate of Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey who is about to begin ninth grade at Heichal HaTorah, has spent an incredible amount

Attorneys, Parents Fight Cancellation of Teaneck-Bruriah Bus Route

It’s a story that keeps repeating itself. The Teaneck Board of Education, intent on cutting costs outside the classroom, continues to try to consolidate, reorganize or

Bergenfield Doctor’s Lawsuit Halts NJ Physician-Assisted Suicide Act

Rabbi Yosef P. Glassman, MD, of Bergenfield, has won a lawsuit to temporarily stop the New Jersey Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act

Kosher Convenience Store Opens in Teaneck

Kosher Convenience Store Opens in Teaneck

Kosher Convenience Store Opens in Teaneck

A new convenience store has joined the kosher offerings in Teaneck. Grab & Go, located near TABC on State Street, is an

Ohr Torah Stone Confers Degrees and Celebrates 500th Religious Emissary Couple

Ohr Torah Stone Confers Degrees and Celebrates 500th Religious Emissary Couple

Ohr Torah Stone Confers Degrees and Celebrates 500th Religious Emissary Couple

(Courtesy of Ohr Torah Stone) Ohr Torah Stone (OTS), the modern Orthodox network of 27 educational institutions in Israel, granted

Your Commute to NYC Is Going to Get Easier: Say Goodbye to Toll Booths

Your Commute to NYC Is Going to Get Easier: Say Goodbye to Toll Booths

Your Commute to NYC Is Going to Get Easier: Say Goodbye to Toll Booths

It’s official. Drivers can kiss the hated traffic lines and lane changes at the Port Authority’s (PA) Hudson River crossings toll plazas

Building Bridges of Friendship With Bears

Building Bridges of Friendship With Bears

Building Bridges of Friendship With Bears

(Courtesy of Bears From Bergenfield) Claire Ginsburg Goldstein addressed teens at the St. John’s Evangelical Church teen

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Day Camps

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Day Camps

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Day Camps

MTA rebbeim had a great time visiting incoming and current talmidim and alumni at Camp Regesh and Camp Shalom. MTA also

Ma’ayanot Students Get Visit From Home

Ma’ayanot Students Get Visit From Home

Ma’ayanot Students Get Visit From Home

MTA rebbeim had a great time visiting incoming and current talmidim and alumni at Camp Regesh and Camp Shalom. MTA also

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Summer Programs

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Summer Programs

MTA Visits Talmidim and Alumni at Summer Programs

MTA rebbeim reunited with talmidim and alumni at summer programs in Israel and the U.S., including NCSY Kollel, Camp

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Gabe Einhorn

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Gabe Einhorn

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Gabe Einhorn

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17 -year-old Gabe Einhorn as this week’s

Bergen Boys Win Gold At Maccabi Games

Bergen Boys Win Gold At Maccabi Games

Bergen Boys Win Gold At Maccabi Games

JCC on the Hudson’s team had four Bergen County boys—Ezra Silfen, Isaac Schiffman, Alex Zakheim and Jack Ruditzky—play in Detroit last

Pransky and Goldberg Lead Under-18 USA National Soccer Team to Gold at Pan American Maccabi Games

Pransky and Goldberg Lead Under-18 USA National Soccer Team to Gold at Pan American Maccabi Games

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) Former Yeshiva University men’s soccer head coach Josh Pransky and current assistant coach Jesse Goldberg led the United States U18 boys’ soccer team

Schnitzel Plus Celebrates Grand Opening in Downtown Englewood

Schnitzel Plus Celebrates Grand Opening in Downtown Englewood

Schnitzel Plus Celebrates Grand Opening in Downtown Englewood

Schnitzel Plus has opened in Englewood. The restaurant, a nine-year staple of the Teaneck kosher dining scene, is opening a second

Englewood’s Playa Bowls Receives Kosher Certification

Englewood’s Playa Bowls Receives Kosher Certification

Englewood’s Playa Bowls Receives Kosher Certification

Playa Bowls is a 65-location national chain with a surfer ambience and healthy eating menu with a focus

STAR-K Food Service Kashrus Training Seminar Is Worth the Trip

STAR-K Food Service Kashrus Training Seminar Is Worth the Trip

STAR-K Food Service Kashrus Training Seminar Is Worth the Trip

Shai and Maayan Ben-Eli traveled the farthest—5,863 miles from Yerushalayim—to attend the STAR-K Food Service Kashrus Training

Surviving and Thriving Without Screens

Surviving and Thriving Without Screens

Surviving and Thriving Without Screens

Camp Morasha’s new technology policy, which was introduced during this past summer season, was crafted with considerable uncertainty and

Body of Rabbi Dovid Traube, z”l, Found at Greenwood Lake

Body of Rabbi Dovid Traube, z”l, Found at Greenwood Lake

Body of Rabbi Dovid Traube, z”l, Found at Greenwood Lake

The body of Rabbi Dovid Zalman Traube, z”l, a 38-year-old father of seven from Monsey, New York, was found in Greenwood Lake in Orange

A Must-Listen-To Shiur on Kashrut in Israel

A Must-Listen-To Shiur on Kashrut in Israel

A Must-Listen-To Shiur on Kashrut in Israel

Finally we have an opportunity for some clarity on a murky topic that affects all of us at some time in our lives. For years and even

(Israel Hayom/JNS) Israel is readying plans for a “forceful military strike against
(Israel Hayom/JNS) “If the Trump administration’s peace plan contains elements
(JNS) An Iranian oil tanker freed by the United Kingdom sailed for Greece earlier
(Courtesy of PUAH) Put 18 pulpit rabbis in one room for a week and what do you
Mortimer Jonah Cohen was born on the last day of Pesach, 22 Nisan, 5676, (April
As we move out of the mourning of Tisha B’Av, and into our preparations for the
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Employers are having a tough time hanging on to quality workers. Aside from the
On first hearing, this statement sounds true: “When you make extra payments on a
In his book “Lessons in Leadership,” Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, touches on
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Not even we believe people are entitled to visit simply because they demand
In an earlier column, I noted how common it is for people to act as though history
As Egypt, the United Nations and other parties are pursuing their efforts to