The apartments are not closing, but seniors may be better off with their families during COVID.
August events in California and New York are canceled by the JCC Association of North America.
The organization is exploring other ways to aid students during COVID-19.
The vast majority of patients testing positive are on the road to good health, Beaumont officials tell JN – but medications are still unproven.
Online learning will not count toward required hours for public schools; Jewish Day Schools are exempt; U of M offers pass/fail option.
Healthcare operations, law enforcement, grocery stores and some restaurants will stay open — here's what you need to know.
The emergency food provider is distributing Clorox, soap and more Kosher items for families in need. Along with the usual cans of soup and produce, Yad Ezra clients...
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...
Students in Israel and Europe are forced to re-think spring break and Passover plans.
Coronavirus Daily: Beaumont Reports First Michigan Death; Bais Chabad Initiates Volunteer Task Force
Also today: Grocery stores and Yad Ezra announce special hours.
One of the basic tenets in Judaism is the Exodus from Egypt. The Ten Commandments begin with the words: “I am the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt.” We are compelled to recall this extraordinary event in prayers like the V’ahavta and Shabbat evening Kiddush. Passover commemorates our people’s freedom from slavery after this momentous escape. This theme is familiar — especially for Salomone Castro.
New app helps people connect at the grocery store.