Local News

BY Heather Norris
October 23, 2014

Students in Ella Shaked’s journalism and Hebrew class at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School were given a special opportunity, when they interviewed the last Israeli to see two of this summer’s three kidnapped Jewish teens alive. Rouven Maimon spoke with BT 12th-graders in late September about his experience driving Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Frankel to CONTINUE »

October 23, 2014

Owings Mills-native Michelle Madow will be hosting an international book release party of her novel “Diamonds in the Rough” on Oct. 19 at the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Pikesville. “Diamonds in the Rough” is the second installment of “The Secret Diamond Sisters” trilogy, which she was inspired to write while walking through her favorite CONTINUE »

Candidate Jalisi responds to challenger’s petition
BY Heather Norris
October 23, 2014

Hasan “Jay” Jalisi, a Democratic candidate for District 10 delegate, has responded to the petition filed earlier this month by a Republican challenger intent on removing him from the Nov. 4 ballot on the basis that he is not a resident of the district he seeks to represent. “I live in Owings Mills, within the CONTINUE »

Rabbi Barry Freundel (Courtesy Towson University)
Former student says two students took part at Freundel’s request
BY Marc Shapiro
October 22, 2014

A rabbi and Towson University professor who was arrested on Oct. 14 on voyeurism charges for allegedly setting up a hidden camera in a mikveh had at least two students take part in the bathing ritual, according to a former student. Nicole Coniglio, a senior mass communication major, told student newspaper The Towerlight that she CONTINUE »

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Seeking schools, Jewish families put down roots
BY Allie Freedman
October 22, 2014

According to The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, approximately 3,600 new Jewish families have moved to Baltimore over the past three years. With 15 Jewish day schools and 17 preschools from which to choose, many are lining up to join the thriving Jewish community. “We just love Baltimore,” said new arrival Howard Goldstein. “The CONTINUE »