In a Pennsylvania town where I lived for more than eight years, a small, struggling Orthodox community fights to remain viable.
Market conditions and lack of certain amenities such as a kosher restaurant and eruv [ritual enclosure to allow carrying on Shabbat] cut into the fiber of this once tight knit stitch.
Yet, there is something else fraying at the seam.
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