Vehicle plows into Boston-area Apple store, killing at least one person

A black SUV was traveling at a fast speed when it plowed into the store within an hour of its opening and struck "multiple people."


Jews from the former USSR gather in Boston, discuss helping Ukraine

The all-day event on Oct. 23 at Boston University’s Hillel was organized by Limmud FSU, which holds Jewish learning conferences around the world for Jews from the former Soviet Union.


Boston BDS group calls for 'glory to the Martyrs' of the Lions' Den terror group

The Boston Mapping Project has published a statement in solidarity with the Nablus-based terror movement.

Boston councilor proposes official 'Hijab Day' on Mahsa Amini's birthday

Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson drew a connection between Amini's death at the hands of the morality to police to the rise of Islamophobia in the US.

Wellesley student paper wavers on support for antisemitic Boston Mapping Project

A student paper at Wellesley College had called the Mapping Project a "vital service" in an editorial piece.

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Wellesley College student paper openly supports anti-Israel mapping project

One liberal arts college in Massachusetts has openly supported a project that would target Jews and supporters of Israel.

Bargain hunter buys 700-year-old manuscript for $75

A bargain hunter went to an estate sale looking to find a simple KitchenAid mixer, a bookshelf, or some vintage clothing. He instead walked away with a 700-year-old manuscript.

One hurt as package explodes at university in Boston

The injured person was taken to a hospital for treatment to his hands, according to Boston police Superintendent Felipe Colon.


Boston’s Jews are getting a ‘Jewish tavern’ to study religious text and drink beer

The Boston Lehrhaus is expected to open after the High Holidays this fall.

By Jackie Hajdenberg/JTA
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