Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Nisan 12, 5775
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JE Staff
A lawsuit brought against a now-defunct suburban synagogue over use of donated money was recently settled out of court.
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Laura Rosbrow | JE Feature
When Philadelphia real estate developer Alvin Levin passed away in 2004, his family decided to honor the man who often carried a transistor radio to listen to Phillies games by remembering what he loved most: baseball.
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Several hundred members of the Reform Temple Judea marched more than two miles with their Torahs to mark a long-awaited move into a brand new building in Doylestown.
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Congress may not have driven the nation off the fiscal cliff, but Jewish nonprofits are still bracing for a wild ride in the months ahead.
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Outside of his home state, Delaware Gov. Jack Markell doesn't get much media attention. But as the 52-year-old — currently the only Jewish governor in the country — readies to be sworn in for a second term, he says he doesn't mind operating relatively under the radar.
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