Frum News From The Greater Lakewood Area

Month September 2023

TLS wishes you a Chag Sameach!

Please note, we will not be updating any of our forums until Sunday night in observance of Sukkos.

Free Meals Now Available for Children and Adults Enrolled in Daycare Facilities

Children and adults enrolled in day care facilities may be eligible for free meals through the Child and Adult Care Food Program, according to New Jersey Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Joe Atchison. The Child and Adult Care Food Program is… Continue Reading →

PHOTOS: TRJCC Hosts Appreciation Event for the TRFD

Sources: Robert Wood Johnson to Implement Mask Policy Beginning Next Week

As the number of people infected with Covid continues to creep upwards, RWJBarnabas Health, the state’s largest healthcare system, is expected to reinstate a mask policy, sources tell TLS. The mask policy, which is expected to take effect beginning on… Continue Reading →

George Helmy, Former Chief of Staff to Governor Murphy, to join RWJ, the State’s Largest Academic Health System

Mark E. Manigan, President and Chief Executive Officer for RWJBarnabas Health, today announced the appointment of two new executive leaders to the system’s management team. George Helmy joins the system as Executive Vice President, Chief External Affairs and Policy Officer,… Continue Reading →

Kava will once again be open Chol Hamoed with a spacious Sukkah!

Yom Tov Conversation Blunders: Things You Wish Weren’t Said

[Reposted Upon Request] Yom Tov often has the joy of bringing together family and friends. It’s a time when neighbors often spend extra time shmoozing and men catch up on the latest after shul. Watch out though! Your simple innocent… Continue Reading →

Notice from the Lakewood Board of Education

Drunk Driver Leaving Bar Causes Thousands of Dollars in Property Damage Before Being Arrested by Lakewood Police [PHOTOS]

A drunk driver was taken into custody in Lakewood this morning, but not before she caused thousands of dollars in property damage. The woman reportedly left the Maggie’s Bar on W. County Line shortly after 1:00 AM, and drove East… Continue Reading →

Nesivos Shalom Succos 5784: The Shabbos and Succos Message

Masks Now Required at Jersey Shore Medical Center

As of Thursday afternoon, Hackensack Meridian Health is now requiring all patients, visitors and staff to wear masks at eight of their locations, including Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune. This latest move comes just two days after the… Continue Reading →

PSA: Can you take this poll for us, please?

Help the community by taking this poll: We appreciate your input! Only 8 quick questions.      

Yom Tov Safety Tips and Message from Lakewood Police Chief Greg Meyer

Lakewood Police Chief Greg Meyer provided TLS with the following safety tips for those leaving town for Yom Tov: Be sure to: 1. Leave lights on in your home – preferably on a timer. Most burglars look for a darkened… Continue Reading →

Friday: Amerigroup New Jersey to Host Food Distribution and NJ FamilyCare Renewal Assistance Event in Lakewood

Amerigroup New Jersey, a managed care organization, serving low-income residents in the state, will be hosting a food giveaway and NJ FamilyCare renewal assistance event at their Lakewood Community Resource Center. Fresh produce will be distributed to participants that arrive… Continue Reading →

PHOTO: Four Lakewood Police Officers Among Group Set to Graduate Academy

Four members of the newest Ocean County Police Academy class are Lakewood Police officers. The Ocean County Summer Class #115 will graduate next week. The officers will go through in-house training before hitting the road.

Watch Live 4:15 PM: Reb Meilich Biderman on Preparing for Sukkos – Live From Yerushalayim

Going Away for Yom Tov? Place Your Mail on Hold at No Cost

If you’re leaving town for Yom Tov, you may want to have your mail placed on hold while you’re away – for both safety and convenience. The USPS offers this service free from 3-30 days. You can sign  up here until 2:00… Continue Reading →

Senator Durr to Introduce Bill Establishing a Mandatory Minimum Term of Incarceration for Bribery Convictions

Following the recent indictment of U.S. Senator Bob Menendez on bribery and corruption charges, New Jersey state Senator Ed Durr announced his intention to introduce a bill that would establish a mandatory minimum term of incarceration for sentencing related to… Continue Reading →

Chemed South Sukkos Raffle + Hours and Info for Chol Hamoed North and South Locations

Congratulations to the winners of CHEMED South’s Sukkos Raffle! Sukkah Mural – The R Family 6 Tickets to Six Flags – The Papelow Family A Fall Photoshoot with Esther Weisberg Photography  – The Goldstein Family Please see the CHEMED North… Continue Reading →

Simchos Beis Hashevoah of Yeshivas Ateres Shlomo to be Broadcast Live

Premier! Simchos Beis Hashevoah of Yeshivas Ateres Shlomo will be broadcasted live from the Yeshivah website! The Simchos Beis HaShoevah of the Ateres Shlomo Network throughout Eretz Yisroel are famed throughout the country and thousands of talmidim, rabbanim, families and… Continue Reading →

Is Tesla Liable If A Driver Dies On Autopilot? Juries Will Now Decide.

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. – Tesla will face a jury today over the role its Autopilot features may have played in a calamitous 2019 crash here, among the first trials in a string of cases involving the technology that will be… Continue Reading →

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