City of Sugar Land Mayor Joe Zimmerman proclaimed March 24, 2021, “Education and Sharing Day,” in recognition of the crucial importance of ethical and moral education.
Food delivery giant and Jewish outreach group continues partnership to ensure community gets essential Pesach supplies.
In anticipation of Passover, which begins at sundown on Saturday, March 27, Chabad of Sudbury hosted its annual model matzah baking day, pandemic style.
If the isolation and loss of the last year has taught us anything, it is just how much we need each other, how intertwined our lives are, and how deeply we crave conversation, connection, and community.
Attendees will be seated in “family pods,” meaning they will only be partially unmasked and within close distance of those in their household.
The installations of Aura Air air purifiers took place mainly in areas with high COVID-19 morbidity rates.
Shortly after 4 a.m. on Sunday, a 65-year-old Coral Springs retiree finished running a fundraiser for a local food distribution initiative.
“Every flavor God created on the prohibited side, he created one on the permitted side.”
A new library’s priceless collection chronicles the nation’s rich Jewish history.
Jewish institutions adapt, overcome pandemic constraints
For more than two years, a movement in Hasidic Orthodox Judaism known as Chabad has been expanding in Bayonne.
A Victoria synagogue says it has received government approval to restart limited in-person services due to specific religious needs.