Suffolk County

Outreach That’s Wowing The Jews Of Suffolk County

Amid county’s Jewish woes, several groups move in to mount new efforts to reach the unaffiliated and intermarried.

07/20/2015 - 20:00
Staff Writer

JWOW is looking to, well, wow the Jews of Suffolk County.

No, not that JWoww, Snooki’s bosomy sidekick on “The Jersey Shore.”

Suffolk County's Kosher Butcher Closes

03/10/2014 - 20:00
Staff Writer

When the owner of Suffolk County’s only kosher butcher successfully challenged New York State’s kosher law in 2000, Brian Yarmeisch won a victory for non-Orthodox Jews. The law, he claimed, had been tailored to Orthodox standards of kashrut, and Yarmeisch’s kosher certifier was a local Conservative rabbi.

A shuttered Commack Kosher. “The community failed me,” shop’s owner says.  Meryl Ain

North Shore Gets A Film Festival

Inaugural Gold Coast fest plays to local demographic.
05/24/2011 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

The obvious question is, “Does the New York area really need another film festival?”

The not-so-obvious answer, given by Regina Gil, the founder of the Gold Coast International Film Festival, which opens its inaugural event on June 1, is an emphatic affirmative.

“Infiltration,” top, and “Naomi” are two Israeli films that will screen at the first Gold Coast International Film Festival.

Altschuler Concedes to Bishop in Suburban N.Y. Race

12/07/2010 - 19:00

WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Randy Altschuler conceded the congressional election in a suburban New York district to incumbent Rep. Tim Bishop.

Altschuler, a Republican, is trailing the Democrat Bishop by 263 votes, unofficial counts show in the eastern Long Island district.

Bishop-Altschuler Race Remains Deadlocked

11/14/2010 - 19:00
Staff Writer

The close race in the First Congressional District on Long Island’s East End may begin to become clearer Tuesday when the Suffolk County Board of Elections begins counting the approximately 11,000 absentee and affidavit ballots.

Incumbent Democrat Tim Bishop had initially been reported ahead of Republican challenger Randy Altschuler by 3,461 votes.

But after a miscount was discovered, Altschuler took the lead by nearly 400 votes. Should he retain that lead, Altschuler would become only the second Jewish Republican in the House.

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