The IDF soldier seriously wounded at a military base in the Jordan Valley died Friday of his wounds. A resident of Kibbutz Einat, Granot served in the Bazelet infantry battalion, as part of the Nahal Brigade.
If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
The United States on Thursday carried out an air strike in Syria against a structure belonging to Iranian-backed militia, two officials told the Reuters news agency.
Motty’s Mega Pesach sale usually spills out the door of their Supermarket on Main Street, but this year will fill the LifePlex.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. has completed the development of the ground-based Air Defense version of the I-Derby ER (Extended Range) air-to-air missile. During the test series concluded earlier this week in southern Israel, Rafael performed a ground launch to test the missile’s command and control, navigation, and flight trajectory capabilities.
Join LIVE today, Ta’anis Esther, at 2:00PM: a Children’s Livestream video event will be taking place followed by a 40 day Children’s Geula Gathering campaign.
Young musician Shneur Slonim released a Purim music mix for the enjoyment of the Jewish community this Purim. Rock On!
Rockland County has activated its emergency operations center to help manage the county’s senior COVID-19 vaccine waitlist.
Fifteen year bochur Mendy Golomb from Sheffield, UK created an upbeat Purim track for the Jewish community, and wishes everyone a Freilichen Purim.
A tragedy in Williamsburg Wednesday morning when a 7-year-old boy was struck and killed on Hooper St and South 5th St at approximately 8:00am.
The US Postal Service on Tuesday unveiled a modern replacement for the iconic Grumman LLV mail truck that has been in use since the late 1980s.
The Indiana House voted Monday to eliminate the license to carry a handgun in the state — an apparent victory, at least temporary, for supporters of Second Amendment gun rights.
At its meeting tonight (Tuesday), the government approved a night curfew starting this Thursday for three days, in order to prevent Purim celebrations from taking place.
Zvi Gluck is the CEO of Amudim, an organization dedicated to helping abuse victims and those suffering with addiction within the Jewish community, and has been heavily involved in crisis intervention and management for the past 21 years.
To solve this problem of snoozing or schmoozing through the Megillah reading in synagogues and Chabad centers all over the world, and to increase all-around Purim joy, Shazak Multimedia has produced a unique silent visual presentation – SHAZAK MEGILLAH COMPANION – to be shown during the Megillah reading.
Israeli authorities have announced an investigation into a slew of fake COVID forms from people returning to Israel from New York.
New York state has announced guidelines for the resumption of visitation at nursing homes, which will take effect Friday.
Watch the heart stopping and amazing moments as the Perseverance Rover Successfully lands on Mars. With it you can see the Mars in high definition color for the first time.
Following three years of failed legislative attempts, tax negotiations and protracted legal battles, Gov. Phil Murphy signed three bills Monday that legalize up to six ounces of recreational pot in the Garden State.
Italian Ambassador to the Congo Luca Attanasio was killed in a terrorist attack on a United Nations convoy, the Italian Foreign Ministry said Monday.
Photographer Dov Ber Hechtman captured the breathtaking views of Eretz Yisroel landscape coated in a blanket of snow.
Yehuda Green (Monsey) to Eliana Zuroff (Detroit, MI)
The MTA reached a unanimous decision this week, announcing that tolls on seven bridges and two tunnels in New York City are set to go up on April 1. Current toll rates will increase an average of 7.08 percent, the MTA said.