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Ben-Gurion University Study Says Demand for Opioid-Related Treatments Exceed the Supply

A new study produced by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheva, Israel, revealed overdose deaths in the U.S. have doubled in the past...

Chabad of Charlottesville Reaches $5K from Donors, Steadily Rising

An alumnus of Chabad of Charlottesville created a GoFundMe page Aug. 17 in light of the "Unite the Right" rally that flooded the Virginia...

Jewish Groups Boycott High Holiday Call With Trump Over Charlottesville Comments

(JNS.org) Four major American Jewish organizations — including three rabbinic associations — announced they will not participate in an annual conference call with the...

News Briefs, the Week of Aug. 24, 2017

KleinLife to Offer New After School Enrichment Program KleinLife will offer a new Kids Space afterschool enrichment program this fall through a partnership with the...

Plant City Grows Florida Mixture of Strawberries, Trains and History

Can you name a small town where antiques, a beautiful historic district, strawberries and trains meet and attract throngs of local visitors? The answer is...

Nationwide Shabbat Dinners Address Violence in Charlottesville

Shabbat tables across the nation will celebrate diversity and denounce bigotry during Together at the Table tonight. The event, a response to the violence that...

News Briefs, the Week of Aug. 17, 2017

Bomb Threat Suspect Advertised Services Through Dark Web Michael Kadar, the dual American-Israeli citizen charged with making more than 100 bomb threats to Jewish institutions...

Philadelphia Condemns Charlottesville White Nationalists March With Solidarity Vigils and Rallies

For some Philadelphians, tuning back into the real world as Shabbat ended on Aug. 12 proved to be a horrifying scene. Social media was flooded...

News Briefs, the Week of Aug. 10, 2017

Vandalized St. Louis Cemetery Rededicated Nearly six months after more than 150 headstones were vandalized, Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Mo., was rededicated...

Editor Who Rescued Anne Frank’s Diary From Rejected Submissions Dies at 93

The beloved and illuminating The Diary of A Young Girl may have remained in Doubleday’s rejected submissions were it not for one Judith Jones. Jones,...