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JFCS Welcomes Michele Wellikoff

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey (JFCS) has been providing support to those in need in the community for over 60 years. In

Blue and White Party Seeks Second Chance

Formed just months before Israel’s April 9 elections and headlined by several former generals, the Blue and White Party made a strong showing, matching Likud with

CBY Softball Renamed For Harold Gellis

This past Sunday, the Bnai Yeshurun Men’s Club Softball League officially renamed itself in memory of Harold Gellis z”l. Gellis was a pioneer in the league

Iran Creating Dangerous Standoff in Mideast

In recent weeks, Iran and its proxies have begun operating under a new directive best described as a policy of controlled escalation. Still, the potential for

LPS to Launch ‘The Springboard School’

LPS to Launch ‘The Springboard School’

This fall, the JCC Therapeutic Nursery will be moving to Lubavitch on the Palisades (LPS) in Tenafly. With a new home comes a brand new name: The Springboard School. The move

SummerStage ‘New York Cantors’ Concert Is Smash Hit

SummerStage ‘New York Cantors’ Concert Is Smash Hit

SummerStage ‘New York Cantors’ Concert Is Smash Hit

From the opening notes of “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” to the closing duet rendition of “My Yiddishe Mama” by brothers Yanky and Shulem

Author Joseph Telushkin to Discuss Bestselling Book in Hackensack on July 1

Author Joseph Telushkin to Discuss Bestselling Book in Hackensack on July 1

Author Joseph Telushkin to Discuss Bestselling Book in Hackensack on July 1

(Courtesy of Chabad of Hackensack) Joseph Telushkin’s latest book, “Rebbe: The Life and Teachings of Menachem M. Schneerson, the

Naaleh High School for Girls Hosts First Ever Gala Barbecue Dinner

Naaleh High School for Girls Hosts First Ever Gala Barbecue Dinner

Naaleh High School for Girls concluded its inaugural school year with a gala barbecue and fundraiser. The event was held at Naaleh’s campus in Ridgewood, where the community was

TABC Captures First Baseball Championship

TABC Captures First Baseball Championship

TABC Captures First Baseball Championship

The TABC Storm baseball team defeated the Ramaz Rams in the championship game on Monday night at Overpeck Park. TABC had blown out Ramaz in

TBO Crowns This Year’s Champions

TBO Crowns This Year’s Champions

TBO Crowns This Year’s Champions

In the fourth and fifth grade division semifinals, teams Cool Kippahs and EJ’s Pizza

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Joseph Segal

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Joseph Segal

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Joseph Segal

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Joseph Segal as this week’s Sportstar of the Week.

Hate Veggies? Have a Muffin

Hate Veggies? Have a Muffin

Hate Veggies? Have a Muffin

I know the kid readers of the Kid’s Link probably love getting three servings a day of healthy vegetables and eat them constantly, right?

Flam Winery, a Family Affair

Flam Winery, a Family Affair

Flam Winery, a Family Affair

The foundation of the Flam family business and culture are not an anomaly when it comes

Five Tasty Ideas to Liven up Your Burgers—Plus Grilling Tips From Pereg Natural Foods

Five Tasty Ideas to Liven up Your Burgers—Plus Grilling Tips From Pereg Natural Foods

Five Tasty Ideas to Liven up Your Burgers—Plus Grilling Tips From Pereg Natural Foods

(Courtesy of Pereg Foods) Grilling season is well under way, and if you’ve gone through all your tried and true BBQ recipes, you

Will My Children Remain Religious?

Will My Children Remain Religious?

Will My Children Remain Religious?

I thought kids could be raised on a compromising, cultural Judaism. I was wrong.

Editor’s note: This

Beit Shemesh Mayor Aliza Bloch Addresses Teaneck Parents

Beit Shemesh Mayor Aliza Bloch Addresses Teaneck Parents

Beit Shemesh Mayor Aliza Bloch Addresses Teaneck Parents

What made the Presbys, Carrs, Gertlers, Browns, Landaus and Ziffs, among other longtime Teaneck residents, shlep to Keter

Bechorot 58

Bechorot 58

Bechorot 58

May these words of Torah serve as a merit le’iluy nishmat Menachem Mendel ben Harav Yoel David Balk, a”h, and Meira Chaya Nechama Bracha,

(JNS) Outrage from pro-Israel and Jewish groups is growing at U.S. Rep. Alexandria
(JNS) Amid a rampant measles outbreak, New York enacted a law on June 13 ending
(Israel Hayom/JNS) A California man who threatened to carry out a mass shooting at a
Dr. Seth Grossman’s novel procedure gives active New Jersey patients suffering
(Courtesy of HRH) While radiology has typically been a field of medicine utilized
(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital spinal surgeons are first in the New York
Step # 2 Part 2 לא תשנא את אחיך בלבבך You shall not hate your
So I’ve been thinking a lot about the (upcoming) legalization of marijuana and
Literacy has become a real buzz word lately. If my son can read a menu at a
There is plenty of risk involved in running a business. And many businesses fail
You may have driven right by CR Galleries when you turned from Route 4 onto Grand
Chol Hamoed Pesach. A family was enjoying a hike in Kakiat Park, a county park in
This week I experienced a situation the likes of which I don’t think has happened
If you have ever considered buying an apartment in Jerusalem, you’ll
(BPT) From cooking to conversing to entertaining, the kitchen truly is the heart of
Imagine that a supporter of a movement considered racist by many African-Americans
They come from all over the greater New York area and around the United States.
Who could really be surprised by the story that grabbed the attention of the Jewish