"At around 12:20 a.m. a woman fell between two wagons as the train was moving. MDA paramedics that arrived at the scene could only call her time of death."
PEGGY CIDOR’S ROUND-UP OF CITY AFFAIRS: The next generation.
Jerusalem Gateway Project: “We reckon that around 1,000 vehicles pass through the spot an hour, at peak times – that is if people’s driving habits don’t change.”
"There is already terrible traffic across the city, and now there'll be even more," Yasser Tabiya, a Jerusalem-based taxi driver said.
"Your part in the project was critical and your withdrawal from it will make it impossible for us to meet the requirements [of the tender]," the companies wrote.
Last week in a dramatic move, CityPass announced its decision to not only not submit to the tender for the Blue and the Green lines, but to completely quit the entire project and leave Jerusalem.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
A senior pastor of The Pointe Church in Belmont, NC, Hardee is excited to participate in the Jerusalem marathon because support for and blessing Israel runs deep in his family.
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.
A railway tale that rolls through 100 years of Jewish settlement and pioneering in the Jezreel Valley.