The JHELP Meal Program allows vulnerable individuals to receive food safely in their own home.
A group of Jewish Metro Detroiters scrambled to get home from afar.
UPDATE: Amid Third COVID-19 Death in Michigan, Local Jewish Teen Develops a Community Volunteer Platform
The Jewish community bands together to provide resources, and Beaumont offers online risk assessment. Local teen Jonah Liss is stepping up to help vulnerable individuals who are unable to leave their home...
Coronavirus Daily: Beaumont Reports First Michigan Death; Bais Chabad Initiates Volunteer Task Force
Also today: Grocery stores and Yad Ezra announce special hours.
After months of searching, the Chicago-based rabbi is gearing up to lead the young adult hub.
Gov. Whitmer bans all events of more than 50 people, and a West Bloomfield senior living home encounters the virus.
Amid coronavirus concerns, Board of Directors welcomes Harvard grad aboard.
The JCC and Holocaust Memorial Center close their doors, as well. The total number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to...
The Quicken Loans founder humbly accepted the award, crediting his team and family for stepping in during his absence. Quicken Loans Inc. founder Dan Gilbert...
This 94-year-old never stops learning and teaching.