Jewish prisoners in Michigan won the right to eat meat and dairy kosher meals on Shabbat and some Jewish holidays, according to a court ruling issued Jan. 30 by Judge Linda Parker in the U.S. District Court Eastern District in Detroit.
A series of stained-glass windows from the former Saginaw synagogue require a new owner by Dec. 2020.
Rabbis in Metro Detroit have reported that congregants informed them of receiving “spoofed” emails — messages that appear to be from the rabbis but in fact contain scams.
More than 200 people turned out for the opening of Platform 18, Partners Detroit's new building designed for Jewish young professionals.
Recent Grand Valley football hire resigns after calling Hitler 'a great leader.'
The Adler family says they experienced "humiliation" after being forced off a flight to Detroit last year.
Starting Feb. 1, B'nai Moshe to elicit spirituality and education through its new program, Shabbat Experience.
Slingshot named the Jewish young adult organization in its annual "10 to Watch" list.
Ron Stockton, a professor of political science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, has little faith in President Trump's new Middle East plan.
Israeli nephrologist at Sheba Medical Center uncovers new findings about reversing kidney disease. Featured photo by Roland Metzger A groundbreaking study has shown that it is...
The "community conversation" takes place after a series of recent hateful incidents on campus.
The West Bloomfield High School freshman is one of 50 competitors on the show