Trump, Clinton Talk Tough on Iran Following Controversial Report

WASHINGTON — The Trump and Clinton campaigns issued tough-on-Iran statements in the wake of a report alleging that negotiators allowed Iran secret loopholes in the nuclear agreement. The Institute for Science and International Affairs, a think tank founded by a former United Nations nuclear weapons inspector, David Albright, said in a report released this week… Read More

Software Helps Monitor Older Individuals

Mary Shofer vowed to  regain her independence no matter what hurdles she faced along the way. A bad fall in the foyer of her second-floor Pickwick East apartment at the age of 95 left her stranded on the floor for more than two hours with a broken femur, fractured hip and dislocated ribs. Her grandson,… Read More

Netanyahu’s Friendship with Putin

Russia’s proximity to the Middle East and the presence in Israel of a million-plus Jews from the former Soviet Union, including Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, make the growing warm relations between Jerusalem and Moscow a welcome occurrence for many citizens of the Jewish state. One of those citizens is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — that… Read More

Jacobs to Lead HCPF

Kyri Jacobs, president of Bonnie Heneson Communications (BHC), was named president of the Howard County Police Foundation board of directors. The Howard County Police Foundation works with the police department and community to fund projects not possible under the county budget. Jacobs has spent nearly 25 years as a communications, public relations, advertising, media and… Read More

Tempest in a Swimsuit

Jewish publications are not known for their swimsuit issues, let alone swimsuit editorials. But the tussle over the burkini in France is fit for commentary because it exposes yet another misfire aimed at Muslim immigrants, with the anti-burkini-istas essentially arguing that modesty is a threat to Western values. Last Friday, the French Council of State… Read More

Everyman Adds 3 to Board

Everyman Theatre has announced the appointment of three new members to its board of directors. Jean W. Brune, Leonard Sherman and Kelly Keenan Trumpbour officially began their tenures in July. These additions to the board ensure Everyman will continue to benefit from a  diversity of experience and voices. “As the Founder of Everyman Theatre, I… Read More

Freeman Joins Klein

Klein Enterprises has announced the hiring of Andy Freeman as development manager. Freeman brings more than 30 years of real estate experience to the Baltimore-based commercial and residential real estate  development and management firm. “Andy’s extensive experience in real estate will serve as a great asset to our team,” said Daniel Klein, president of Klein… Read More

County Rules on Woodholme, Hidden Waters Zoning

A rezoning request approved Tuesday night paves the way for the Woodholme Country Club to move forward with its plans to build high-density housing adjacent to its Pikesville property. Another vote by the Baltimore County Council also denied a developer’s request for homes to be built in higher density than current zoning allows at the… Read More

To Lose Weight, Ravens’ Suggs Cuts Back on Gefilte Fish

As he prepares for his 14th NFL season, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs insists he is in perhaps in the finest physical shape of his career thanks to a healthier diet. Suggs, 33, is known as a large, menacing force on the field, wreaking havoc against opposing team’s offenses and altering games with his stellar… Read More

300 Orthodox Rabbis Condemn Child Sexual Abuse

A segment of the international modern Orthodox Jewish community is doing its part to raise awareness about child sexual abuse in institutions such as schools and synagogues. Three hundred rabbis signed a letter last week that condemned Jewish leaders for silencing victims and called upon institutions to implement reforms such as more thorough screening processes… Read More