Local police and Jewish institutions have increased security near the intersection of East Livingston Avenue and College Avenue on the border of Columbus and Bexley after two incidents of gun violence over the past two months.
As a freelancer creating content for museum exhibitions, Josh Feinberg has worked on several projects with New York City-based Israeli photographer Zion Ozeri.
Bexley native and American University student Elias David Weinstock, who died March 3 at age 20, was a “kid’s kid” who was both irreverent and filled with love and acceptance of others, whether they were family, friends or people he just met.
Elias David Weinstock of Bexley died unexpectedly March 3 at his college residence in Washington, D.C., where he was a sophomore at American University. He was 20 years old.
Looking for a Purim spiel or carnival to attend, either in person or virtually? The CJN has compiled what local synagogues and temples are doing for the holiday, which begins the evening of Feb. 25 and ends the evening of Feb. 26.
The family of the late Bexley artist Harry Schwartz is compiling photos of his work for a website to capture his style and talent in one permanent place.
Laura Moskow Sigal has been hired as the full-time executive director of Congregation Tifereth Israel in Columbus after serving as interim executive director since July 2020.
Bexley City Schools announced Feb. 4 that Jill Abraham, who the school district intended to hire as superintendent, has withdrawn her name from consideration.
Bexley City Schools’ Board of Education will begin negotiating a contract to promote Chief Academic Officer Jill Abraham to become the district’s new superintendent.
Bexley City Schools students transitioned to remote learning Dec. 7 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related staff absences, a school board vote determined Dec. 4.
What started as an outlet for Bexley resident Wendy Almasanu and her family to show support for former Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton has helped spur the creation of an educational fund in Acton’s honor at The Ohio State University in Columbus.
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