Shuvu Student Rocket Victim Discharged from Hospital

Orel Elazarov, the seven-year-old Be'er Sheva boy who was close to death with shrapnel wounds to the brain from a Grad rocket explosion during...

Playgroup Registration Opens in Lakewood

In Lakewood, NJ, playgroup morahs and parents of pre-school children were asked this winter to refrain from beginning playgroup registration for the upcoming school...

Roshei Yeshiva from Three Continents to Address Tomchei Shabbos Lakewood Dinner Tonight

Recognizing the urgent call of the hour to rally support for Lakewood's kupas aniyei ircha during this unprecedented financial crisis, the Gateshead Rosh Hayeshiva,...

Governor David Paterson to Address Ohel’s Annual Dinner Tonight

Ohel's annual dinner will be held tonight at the New York Hilton. The dinner celebrates nearly 40 years of service excellence at Ohel and...

Shuvu Dinner Tonight to Pay Tribute to Founders

Tonight, Shuvu will be hosting its annual dinner at the Ateres Chaya Hall in Brooklyn, New York. Although this dinner is held year after...

Yeshiva Gedolah Bais Yisroel’s 26th Annual Dinner Tonight

Yeshiva Gedolah Bais Yisroel's 26th Annual Dinner. Will be held tonight at the Sephardic Lebanese Congregation at 805 Avenue T in Flatbush and will...

Kashrus Update: No Concern Over Insect Infestation in Raisins For Now

Matzav.com reported last week the AKO (Association of Kashrus Organizations) held a meeting in Flatbush to discuss the recent alerts regarding insect infestation in...

18th Avenue Playground Named Park of the Month

The new 18th Avenue Park, located on 18th Avenue and 56th street in Boro Park, has been named February's Park of the Month by...

Matzav.com Launches New Site

Matzav.com is proud to present its new website, which will further enhance the news and information that we provide each day to our readers....

Yeshivah Moreshes Yehoshua Dinner Tonight

Yeshiva Moreshes Yehoshua, led by Harav Dovid Trenk, the veteran and beloved mechanech, is holding its inaugural dinner tonight at Toras Emes Hall, 1904...