Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775
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Despite heated community opposition, the Middletown Township Zoning Board voted last week to approve a New Jersey congregation's plans to build a new synagogue and Hebrew school on a 13-acre, largely undeveloped parcel of land in Langhorne. After a drawn-out hearing process stretching over several sessions, the board wasted no time in delivering its 4-1 verdict at the start of...
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The board of directors at the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School voted 20-1 to consolidate its Bucks County branch into its Forman Center branch in Melrose Park effective at the end of the 2005-06 academic year. "As a school, it's just never hit its target enrollment," said Stuart Appel, president of Perelman's board. Serving first- to fifth-graders, the...
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Most kids would do anything to have a chance to play and explore at an interactive, hands-on museum, but when an evening at such a venue is also meant to raise funds for a good cause, even parents can get in on the action. More than 200 children and adults tackled exhibits, noshed on party food - pizza, cookies and...
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For the past six months, Pennsylvania state Treasurer Bob Casey has been sitting on a double-digit lead in his quest to oust Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) from his Capitol Hill office. But according to the Democrat, he's not taking anything for granted. "It's early, and I've got to continue the hard work I've been doing since March 2005 to win...
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