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  1. The League Celebrates 90 Years

    10.06 / 14:38 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    John Meyer is a firm believer that charity begins at home. So when a family friend insisted he visit The League for People with Disabilities, he did not hesitate. It took barely any time for Meyer to become hooked on the idea of getting involved. The 52-year-old Owings Mills resident has always enjoyed helping others... Read…
  2. Associated Expands Disaster Relief Efforts

    10.06 / 03:06 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore is expanding relief efforts in light of the string of natural disasters and catastrophes around the globe, including Hurricane Harvey in Texas, Hurricane Irma in Florida, Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the Mexico earthquake. The charitable organization is opening emergency funds for Puerto Rico and Mexico, while... Read…
  3. Weinberg Foundation Sends $500,000 to Florida Hurricane Relief Efforts

    10.06 / 03:06 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    Organizations in Florida’s Monroe, Miami-Dade, Duval, Collier, Palm Beach and Broward counties are set to receive grant aid totaling $500,000 from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation. The five agencies, Senior Resources Alliance, Feeding South Florida, Feeding Northeast Florida, Goodman Jewish Family Services of Broward County and Jewish Community Services of South Florida, were identified... Read M…
  4. ‘We Ride’

    10.06 / 03:06 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    If you happen to be passing through The Shops at Quarry Lake in Pikesville at twilight on a warm Thursday evening, in between the bustle of cars and families you might catch the whiff of cigar smoke mingled with onion rings and pizza and find a group chatting and joking outside Pizza Blitz. Along the... Read…
  5. Trump Nominates Baltimore Native Jamie McCourt as French Ambassador

    10.06 / 03:06 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    Jamie McCourt, a Baltimore native whose father founded local appliance and electronics chain Luskin’s, made her case to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday as part of her nomination to serve as U.S. ambassador to France. An entrepreneur and attorney, McCourt surfaced as one of President Donald Trump’s staunchest supporters early in his campaign,... Read Mor…
  6. Baltimore’s ‘Rockin’ Rabbi’ Remembers Meeting Tom Petty in Israel

    10.06 / 03:06 jewishtimes.com Jewishtimes.com - Baltimore
    Thirty years ago, Baltimore resident Avraham Rosenblum found himself standing at the Western Wall explaining to Tom Petty that it was the holiest place in Judaism, and that the foundation stone below the Dome of the Rock is considered the foundation stone of the universe. “That’s a pretty wild rock,” Petty said as he walked... Read More…