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JTA – Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Boston has fired its chief financial officer for alleged financial improprieties, the Boston Globe reported. The CFO, identified by the Globe … more
JTA — Two Torahs valued at $30,000 that had been stolen with some $50,000 of silver religious pieces were returned to a New Jersey synagogue. Thomas Dobles, 39, a former caretaker at … more
BOSTON (JTA) – Six weeks after a fire shuttered Boston’s main kosher supermarket, The Butcherie is now operating on a limited basis from a nearby Brookline location. Selectmen in … more
JTA – For many, summer is all about the three B’s: baseball, beaches and books.   With the weather and pennant races sizzling, two journalists and the mayor of baseball’s … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – An exhibit more than 20 years old against an iPhone: Docents at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum are increasingly noting the battle with hand-held devices to keep the … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Helen Mirren testified to the U.S. Senate about the importance of restoring art stolen by Nazis to its rightful owners. Mirren, the Oscar-winning British actress, appeared … more
JTA – Somebody had better put a mezuzah on the Lincoln Bedroom. Whoever ends up winning the election in November, one thing seems certain: For the first time in history, Jews will be in the … more
JTA — A federal judge on May 16 granted control of the country’s oldest synagogue to the Rhode Island congregation that worships there and not the building’s New York-based founding … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – The president of New York University said the school will not acquiesce to its graduate student union’s recent demand that the university cut its Israel ties. “A … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The combative tone in Bernie Sanders’ campaign statements faded on the evening of April 26 to a softer pitch of persuasion. “I congratulate Secretary Clinton … more
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