Assemblyman Dov Hikind
“This is just the latest in a series of ongoing anti-Semitic occurrences in Brooklyn and throughout New York City, and people are justifiably very concerned and upset,” said Assemblyman Dov Hikind.
Chanukkah came a bit early this year for one Brooklyn family.
Now a group of women in one of the country’s largest Orthodox Jewish communities is proposing to join up with Hatzolah as emergency medical technicians to respond in cases of labor or gynecological emergencies.
At least three cars were torched and dozens of pieces of anti-Semitic graffiti were plastered along benches along Ocean Parkway between Avenues I and J early Friday morning.
New billboards went up across New York City on Wednesday night with a message that could have subway riders doing a double-take. They’re paid for by a group that wants the U.S. to stop funding for the Israeli military.
The gloves are off. The special election to replace Congressman Anthony Weiner has turned downright nasty.
It was a rare mea culpa from the New York City Department of Transportation. On Tuesday it began jack-hammering traffic islands in Borough Park that blocked ambulances, fire trucks and other emergency vehicles.
The abduction and killing of Leiby Kletzky has Borough Park so wounded, families have vowed never to speak of it again — only to break the vow.
An intense two-day search for a missing Borough Park boy has ended in the arrest of a 35-year-old man who is suspected of killing 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky after his dismembered body was found in two different locations by police.
The search for Leibby Kletzky continued Tuesday night more than a day after the 9-year-old boy from Borough Park went missing. A new surveillance video is being seen as a possible lead in the disappearance.
The Borough Park traffic islands that CBS 2 first told you about six months ago, the ones that caused such chaos, are apparently going to be removed.
A proposal to rename a street in the Borough Park section of Brooklyn in honor of a longtime Italian community activist has run into a roadblock.
The FBI is investigating the theft of checks for charity that were sent to dozens – possibly even hundreds – of synagogues.
Snow isn’t the only neighborhood nuisance many residents want removed from a street in Brooklyn. They want the City to jackhammer newly installed traffic islands they say are wreaking traffic havoc.