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(Jewish Exponent via JTA) — Richard Aronson was a World War II veteran who helped build the old Liberty Bell Pavilion, which stood from 1976 t…
Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems presented a Medal of Excellence award to Smylie One Heating & Cooling in Bedford Heights.
The granddaughter of Hungarian Jewish immigrants was awarded for "her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal.”
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The “Oscars of wine” recognizes the products of 18 Israeli wineries, bestowing six gold medals, 31 silvers and 28 bronzes.
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(JTA) — An Israeli man who drowned while rescuing a Bedouin woman and her three children from drowning in a lake will be honored with a posthu…
In 2008, the oldest-ever Olympic swimmer at age 41 won two silver medals for 100-meter medley relay and 50-meter freestyle, breaking the American freestyle record she had set at the age of 15.
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Israeli Education Minister Rafi Peretz said the team’s accomplishments are “a ray of light in these complex times for the whole country.”
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Eva Szekely broke six world records, won 44 national titles, got a gold in the 200-meter breaststroke at the Helsinki Olympics in 1952 and earned a silver in the same race at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956.
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“I couldn’t be any prouder,” said the Hungarian-born athlete following her bronze medal win in a video posted on Facebook. “It’s an amazing feeling, and I can’t describe it. It’s really fantastic.”
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