Getting an eviction notice is never easy. But for the more than 100 elderly Brooklyn residents, the news was devastating.
Rabbis Aaron and Eliyahu Fink inspired Forward readers with their Jewish leadership and openness. The father and son also impressed the most important judge of all: grandma.
After Anne Heyman’s death, supporters of her Rwandan youth village are stepping up to ensure its financial viability by opening their wallets even wider than before.
How strict will the Spanish government be when it comes time to adjudicate Sephardic Jews’ citizenship applications? Not very, Spain’s Justice Minister explained at an AJC event.
Orthodox developer Shalom Lamm has spoken out after his right to vote in a New York village was challenged along with more than 100 others — leaving the result up in the air.
Keep calm: Ben’s Kosher Deli is not going treyf. The owners of the famed Manhattan pastrami spot say a reporter misunderstood their ambitious plans for expansion.
A father of seven from New York’s Rockland County is missing after making suicidal comments.
The mayor of a tiny upstate New York village who supports a massive development aimed at Hasidic Jews trails far behind a challenger — although many ballots were challenged and have yet to be counted.
The Forward showed up on last week’s episode of ‘Blue Bloods,’ when the police commissioner has to deal with the notorious urban ‘knockout game.’
Residents of the upstate New York village of Bloomingburg will head to the polls today for a highly publicized election that could determine the future of the one-stoplight village.