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HARTFORD, Conn. – All people face hardships in life; whether it’s getting a bad grade on a test, fighting with a close friend, or even having the pizza man put too much pepperoni on the pizza. To a hero, these problems don’t count as … more
PROVIDENCE – One of the areas of concern for providers of assistance is that people in the community who are truly in need are still ashamed to ask for help. If you know of any members of the community, especially shut-ins, who need food, the … more
“Is the Sky Falling?” was the title of a panel discussion at Brown University on the findings of the recent Pew Research Center survey of U.S. Jews. The findings have generated enormous attention in the media in recent weeks. But the four … more
Thanks to the funding from The Gertrude Solomon Education Fund and the organizational skills of Sheri Snow, South County Hebrew School Chairperson, SCHS students were treated to a theatrical adventure. They attended the matinee performance of the … more
PROVIDENCE – HealthSource RI, Rhode Island’s health benefits exchange, reminds all Rhode Islanders that December 23 is the deadline to enroll in an insurance plan for individuals and families who want health insurance coverage to begin on … more
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NEW YORK (JTA) – As the extent of the catastrophic damage and tragic death toll continues to grow in the Philippines, a particularly heroic piece of history should be recalled by the global Jewish community which owes a debt to the island nation. … more
Shortly after the recent passing of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, on October 7, articles began cropping up in the Israeli press with the titles “רב עובדיה שלי” – “My Rabbi Ovadia.” (See The Jewish Voice, Oct. 25. “Rabbi Ovadia Yosef … more
You may not believe any of this, but let me tell you now…every bit of it is true. On a Saturday afternoon, during that one week when it is so much hotter than all the other weeks in July, my brother David – my one and only, favorite, brother … more
PROVIDENCE – Before coming to the United States, I had heard a little about Thanksgiving. As a kid, I loved watching American TV shows and movies. Every year, I used to see the characters celebrating the holiday, gathering around the table as one … more
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