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BY Joshua Runyan Editor-in-Chief
March 6, 2014

God bless the vibrancy of youth. I use this variant of similar expressions aired by countless old men and women throughout the ages not in an attempt to join their wise ranks, but to remark approvingly at the dedication of those who will soon become the Jewish community’s next cadre of leaders. There they were, CONTINUE »

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Family members tied up and robbed Tuesday night at their home on Hatton Road
BY Marc Shapiro
March 5, 2014

A man and his teenage daughter were tied up and robbed after two men forced their way into a home in the 3200 block of Hatton Road in Pikesville Tuesday night. The men stole computer tablets, jewelry, a camcorder, a wallet, cash, an iPod Touch and a cell phone, according to a statement from Baltimore CONTINUE »

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Uncertainty surrounds annual policy conference
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
February 27, 2014

Coming off of what many observers characterized as an off year in terms of getting its agenda implemented in Washington, D.C., the American Israel Public Affairs Committee will be welcoming upward of 14,000 attendees at the March 1-4 annual policy conference that will set the pro-Israel organization’s 2014 initiatives. Chief among the organization’s priority items CONTINUE »

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With strike over, Israeli hospital continues to face uncertain financial future
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
February 27, 2014

The dust may have settled at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, but the underlying financial troubles that caused workers to go on strike earlier this month remain, as an organization that predates the State of Israel struggles to move on. Staffers at the two Hadassah hospitals in the Jerusalem enclaves of Ein Kerem and CONTINUE »

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Kosher suite dedicated at Johns Hopkins Hospital
BY Heather Norris
February 27, 2014

For Sheryl Grossman, a short visit to Baltimore from Morgantown, W. Va., for  a small procedure quickly turned into a nightmare last winter, until Bikur Cholim, the Johns Hopkins Minyan and other local community groups got involved. “I would not have made it without the generosity of the community,” said Grossman, who came to the CONTINUE »