The City of Miami Beach has announced the implementation of a curfew starting this Thursday night, in a bud to control the Spring Break crowd.
Daily Archives: March 21, 2022
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a week-long Spring Break Traffic Enforcement Operation from March 14, 2022 to March 20, 2022.
Automobile traffic was shut down in much of central Israel on March 20 as hundreds of thousands of mourners traveled from around the nation by bus and train to Bnei Brak as Rabbi Shmaryahu Yosef Chaim Kanievsky, one of the generation’s leading Lithuanian Torah scholars, was laid to rest. He passed away at his home in Bnei Brak on Shushan Purim (March 18). He was 94 years old.
Two brothers who operated multiple South Florida addiction treatment facilities were sentenced to prison Friday for a $112 million addiction treatment fraud scheme that included paying kickbacks to patients through patient recruiters and receiving kickbacks from testing laboratories.
The City of Miami Beach has announced its plan to declare a State of Emergency following a wild Spring Break weekend that saw no less than four injured officers and multiple people shot.
At the Coral Springs Art Festival Sunday, Jewish Artist Yitzchak Moully posed with the Mayor of Coral Springs and an “Overflowing Cup of Blessings”. Another of Moully’s masterpieces was recently installed at the Coral Springs Art Walk.
Instacart, the latest door-to-door service has announced that too will be adding a temporary fuel surcharge to future orders.
When asked about Ukraine during an interview, NCAA Auburn Basketball Coach Bruce Pearl showed his Jewish identity, tying the events in Europe to Purim, and showing off his Jewish knowledge.
A car used by a North Miami Beach Hatzalah volunteer to respond to lifesaving emergencies was stolen overnight Sunday, leaving the volunteer without his emergency equipment or vehicle.
After an extended closure for renovations, The Grove in Surfside will be reopening its doors this Thursday.