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30 from the Hashita Junction to Gan Hashelosha (Hasahnah) and from Gan Hashelosha to Beit She'an. Between 8:00 a.m. and noon, the following streets in Beit She'an will be blocked off: Shaul Hamelech, Yitzhak Shemesh, the entrance to the city in the
The city of Bet She'an is undergoing a mystical apocalypse, neglected as its last human inhabitants transform into crows. But a lone sculptor pushes aside the strange terrors of the increasingly lonely city in order to complete his final tribute to
It was known in Aramaic and Hebrew as Sussita. Archeologists are not sure how the beer cap ended up in what ostensibly was a sealed location for the past 2,000 years. They believe the beer cap possibly floated into the ruins of a drainage canal
Newton freshman Victoria Jordan plays a ball into the middle of the field early on in the Cards' 3-0 loss at Pella on Monday. She exited shortly after this due to a collision with a Pella player. (Dustin Turner/Daily News) Despite its historic
The ancient kingdom is a hotspot, surrounded by volatile countries, where recent unrest appears to have deterred thousands of visitors from making a fascinating trip back in time. Presidential setting: Barack Obama strolled around the Treasury in the
Magen David Adom paramedics who were called to the scene gave them initial treatment and then took them to hospital.
They face a hearing for extension of their remand, Monday, at the Nazareth Magistrates Court. An additional suspect is being sought. A special agent was cited for the success of the investigation.
Ariel Jerozolimski A 36-year-old man allegedly stabbed his wife to death and unsuccessfully attempted to take his own life by setting himself on fire in Beit She'an overnight Sunday. According to police, the man fled the scene after killing his wife.
Two 19-year-olds from Carmiel injured in the Burgas blast were hospitalized in Haifa's Rambam Medical Center yesterday, one with moderate burns and flying-glass injuries and the other slightly injured from flying glass. Olga Bonchukov, the aunt of
A fight broke out between the youths and the residents of the house. Five people were arrested, including two youths, ages 17 and 19, who were taken to Ha'emek Hospital in Afula for light injuries.