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JANUARY 25, 2018 - Lifelong community activist and noted businessman James ‘Jimmy’ Slovin of Foxborough has been named Major Gifts Officer for the Massachusetts Chapter of March of the Living, an annual educational and inspirational program that brings Jewish teens from all over the world to Poland and Israel to study the history of the Read More

JANUARY 11, 2018 – Jay Block, a pioneer in the career and employment industry since 1992, and best-selling author of 12 McGraw-Hill titles, comes from a family that has always supported the Jewish community. Recently, Jay returned to the North Shore after 31 years of living in Florida to help care for his father, Irving Read More

DECEMBER 28, 2018 - George and Ted Kougianos, co-owners of Brothers Deli in Peabody, celebrated the one-year anniversary of the restaurant’s return to Peabody Square this month. The Kougianos family co-owned the original Brothers in Peabody from 1986 to 1999 on the same site. It moved to Danvers Square, but Ted, and his son, George Read More

DECEMBER  28, 2018 - Samaritans, Inc., a nonprofit suicide prevention organization, is proud to announce the addition of Larry Buchsbaum to its Board of Directors. Larry is director of business development at Prince Lobel Tye LLP. He has two decades of experience in professional services, including business development success with Big 4 and mid-size law Read More

DECEMBER 28, 2018 - Over 300 people braved the early December snow to enjoy Epstein Hillel School’s Winter BeneFete, an evening of fun and laughter, featuring the world famous Chicago improv comedy troupe The Second City. The event honored the school’s new beginning as Epstein Hillel School, formerly Cohen Hillel Academy. Before the show, Head Read More

DECEMBER 28, 2018 - Earlier this month, members from several Jewish War Veterans (JWV) Posts and Ladies Auxiliary (JWVA) throughout the Commonwealth, gathered outside the Hanscom Air Force Base (HAFB) Chapel in Bedford to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah with a traditional Menorah lighting ceremony. At the conclusion of the ceremony, approximately 100 guests Read More

DECEMBER 14, 2017 - Zelik Romanovsky, a resident of Royal Braintree Nursing Rehabilitation Center on the South Shore and formerly of Lynn, recently turned 100. He was born on Nov. 25, 1917, just after the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, in the village of Hislavichi, Smolensk region. In 1941, Romanovsky enlisted in the Russian Army and Read More

DECEMBER 14, 2017 - Last week, the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) held its biennial in Boston. On Wednesday morning, The Rashi School hosted a group of attendees, consisting of various Jewish Communal professionals and lay leaders. The group toured the school and participated in a question and answer session. Amongst the group were staff Read More

DECEMBER 14, 2017 – Governor Charlie Baker looks on as Rabbi Rachmiel Liberman and Speaker Robert DeLeo, and Senator Cynthia S. Creem light the menorah at the State House Read More

DECEMBER 14, 2017 – New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman celebrated the first day of Hanukkah with one of his teammates on Tuesday night. Wearing a yarmulke, fellow wide receiver Danny Amendola joined Edelman for the lighting of the menorah. Edelman shared a video of the two on Instagram, which featured a reading of Read More