A New York clothing salesman known as the “Son of Sal” serial killer was convicted on Wednesday of three counts of second-degree murder in the 2012 shooting deaths of three shopkeepers in Brooklyn, including two Jews, prosecutors said.
In an otherwise deserted field at the center of this rural Israeli village, a Brooklyn brownstone presents an incongruous sight.
The iconic family-owned Jewish appetizing shop on Manhattan’s Lower East Side is opening a second retail location, in Brooklyn.
A 17-year-old teen from Brooklyn, who recently moved to Israel to serve in the Israeli Army, was stabbed in the back just outside of the Old City of Jerusalem, Israeli media reported Sunday.
A Brooklyn-based chocolatier, who runs the largest kosher chocolate manufacturer in Switzerland, is bringing small-batch Swiss chocolate to the States.
When Orthodox Jewish billionaire Hershey Friedman bought America’s largest kosher meat company, Agriprocessors, out of bankruptcy in 2009, it was the Canadian packaging magnate’s first foray into the meat business.
An abandoned Brooklyn synagogue controlled by two rabbis with checkered pasts is being eyed for possible use as a halfway house for federal prisoners.
A three-family Brooklyn house was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti, including swastikas and the words “Hitler was a hero” scrawled on the door.
Two Brooklyn teenagers have been arrested in the beating and robbing of a 60-year-old Jewish man.
An Orthodox Jewish teenager was attacked in Midwood, Brooklyn, less than 24 hours after a 60-year-old Jewish man was beaten and robbed there.