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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, May 27, 2017

New York

The father of a boy who has lodged molestation charges against former Yeshiva Torah Temimah religious studies teacher Rabbi Yehuda Kolko is claiming that he has received a number of verbally abusive phone calls – including a threatening call where the person stated, “You better back off or you’ll suffer the consequences,” which the father asserts he traced back to the yeshiva. The father also says anonymous phone callers have warned that his son would be “publicly humiliated and named” as a student who is pursuing a lawsuit against Torah Temimah.

Rabbi Kolko, who taught at Torah Temimah for over twenty-five years, is scheduled to stand trial this week in Brooklyn Criminal Court on charges that he violated an order of protection against the

Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder and Councilman David Greenfield  announced on Friday a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the driver responsible for a fatal hit and run at Coney Island Avenue and Avenue K at about 10:15 PM on Thursday, January 26th.

The incident occurred when the victim, 58-year-old Noah Foxman, was struck and knocked to the ground by a van, which stopped at the scene. Mr. Foxman was alert and conscious when a second vehicle, described as a

The Board of Governors of the Raoul Wallenberg Centennial Celebration Commission including Leon Goldenberg, Ken Abramowitz CEO, NGN Capital; Maria Grasso, Chief Operating Officer of Flushing Bank; Kathryn Soman and Jonathan Zalisky of Health Plus; Dr. David Moskovits; Peter Rebenwurzel; Herbert Block, American Joint Distribution Committee; Councilman Brad Lander;visited the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square Monday morning to officially ring The NASDAQ Stock Market Opening Bell. The Commission

The former President of the Monsey Fire Commission, Nathan Rothschild, is facing up to 33 months in prison for attempting to arrange a real estate fraud in order to pay off a $125,000 debt to two former business partners. The 54-year-old Rothschild, who also served as president of the East Ramapo Board of Education, pleaded guilty in federal court to the charge that he recommended that his partners purchase $700,000 worth of property, promising them that he would then have the fire district buy

The Annual Rabbinic Conference presented by the National Council of Young Israel (NCYI), the Young Israel Council of Rabbis, and the SHALOM Workshop, will take place on Presidents' Day, Monday, February 20, 2012 at the Young Israel of Hillcrest, which is located at 169-07 Jewel Avenue, in Flushing, NY.  The conference, which is entitled “Serving HaShem B'Simcha” is for rabbis, rebbetzins, chaplains, and non-pulpit rabbanim, and will feature a full complement of informative lectures and dynamic