web analytics

Construction Vehicle Hits Pedestrian Bridge in Efrat

The main road in Efrat has been closed down until an engineer assesses the damage.

Haifa Chemicals to Lay Off Hundreds of Employees at Northern Factory

For years there have been environmental and national security concerns that a missile could hit the tank, or some other disaster could strike.

Israeli League Finalist Maccabi Haifa to Embark on 3-Team NBA Tour

The Greens rank second all-time among international basketball teams in games played against NBA opponents.

Netanyahus Visit Susita in Golan Heights

When the city existed as Hippos, a Greco-Roman community, it flourished between 200 and 600 CE.

Haifa Seaport Renewal to ‘Rival Barcelona’

"This will turn Haifa into an international port on the level of Barcelona.”

Restraining Order Sends Dimona Nuclear Workers Back to Work

News of the strike was not made public until the back-to-work restraining order was issued.

High Court Stops Construction of Arab ‘Bed and Breakfast’ Village near Ariel

Regavim demanded that the resort be demolished immediately, arguing that there is very little chance of the construction site being approved so close to the highway.

Thousands Gather in Tel Aviv to Show Support for ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu

"It says it's good for all brothers to sit together -- this investigation is not right. Stop destroying our unity. Bibi will be our prime minister until 2035."

Incoming Tourism Continues to Rise Over 2016, 2015

"This revolution in tourism . . . is making a great contribution to the Israeli economy and the jobs market."

Mahwah Township Declares War On Eruv

Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, head of the Monsey eruv, opposes the notion that the eruv will facilitate an influx of Jewish residents.

Netanyahu Offers Condolences to Family of Apache Pilot, Wishes Speedy Recovery to Navigator

"We know the scale of pain," said Netanyahu, who knows what it's like to lose a family member in the military.

Netanyahu Blasts Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz for Undermining Him

“There are 40 people who voted in favor of a bill to close the newspaper Yisrael Hayom and they are accusing me of bribery and breach of trust? Is anyone investigating them?"

IDF Arrests Man Crossing Into Israel From Gaza

The identity of the infiltrator has not been released and his motive is not yet known.

Israeli Security Vehicle Firebombed, Terrorists Stoning Vehicles in Jerusalem

The security personnel managed to escape unharmed, but the vehicle was completely gutted.

Arab Incitement Against Israel Police Ignites New Attack in Old City of Jerusalem

It's not yet clear who was behind the attempt to re-ignite more violence this time.

It Looked Like a Terror Attack in Jerusalem (But Wasn’t)….

It sure looked like a terror attack was in progress -- people screaming and locking doors to the store.

Jerusalem Wine Festival to Highlight 30 Years of Industry Growth

The winemakers of Israel are unique because they're constantly "trading ideas back and forth. If one winery in Israel succeeds, we all succeed."

‘Multiple Apartments’ Tax Struck Down by High Court

An expanded panel of judges handed down the decision Sunday, determining the proposed multiple apartments tax was illegal.

US Mosque Bombed Saturday in Minneapolis Suburb

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is leading the investigation into the attack. The US Dept. of Homeland Security is also following the case.

Arabs Riot in Jaffa (Yafo), Second Time This Week

The violence came after riots that broke out five days ago. Two arrests were made.

Avocado Paving the Way to Prosperity in Israel

Both Mehadrin and Galilee Exports reportedly plan to expand their avocado export operations to China and Japan.

Prayers Requested for Yavneh Terror Victim

Please pray for the swift recovery of Niv Gil ben Hadassah.

Haifa Chemicals Employees Protest Layoffs

The giant ammonia tank was deemed a major health, environmental and security hazard for years.

Netanyahu to Visit Beitar Illit for Cornerstone Ceremony

The housing project is slated to produce 1,000 new homes, according to the city’s spokesperson.

‘Not Your Average Food Basket’

The project shows homemakers how the body requires different energies at different hours for maximum productivity.

Latest News Stories

Sponsored Post

Recommended Today

Something Random from the Week

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/local/construction-vehicle-hits-pedestrian-bridge-in-efrat/2017/08/24/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: