Arad Vice-Mayor calls on residents to demonstrate at synagogueIn wake of dispute over central Ashkenazi synagogue in Arad, vice mayor Ofer Arzi calls on residents to demonstrate on Shabbat.
Arad residents: We want our synagogue backArad residents say provocation is result of Gur community's forceful takeover.
Arad rabbis stand behind mayorArab rabbis stand behind mayor after Litzman declares war on city claiming it embitters haredi population's lives.
Contamination feared in Israeli cornflakesTens of thousands of boxes of breakfast cereals destroyed after routine check reveals contamination of Telma cornflakes.
Man stabs ex, dies in collisionA man suspected of fleeing after stabbing his ex-wife and her mother met his fate on the highway to Arad.
Massive Protest in Arad over Lack of Employment in SouthHundreds of factory and municipal workers take to the central square bringing southern city to standstill over work shortages.
Osem to Close Factory After Announcing it was Opening OneOsem was lauded last week for announcing that it would open a new plant in Arad, but was panned on Sunday for closing another plant.
Food Giant Osem to Build Large Ice Cream Factory in AradThe largest ice cream factory in the Middle East will be built in the city of Arad, which has been suffering from a rise in unemployment.
Israeli Historian Proves Roman-Jewish 'Friendship' TabletTablet turns the world of historical research upside down; cites ancient Jewish warrior "Judah Maccabee"
Bank Hapoalim Burnt in AradDepositors to the Arad branch of Bank Hapoalim found themselves out of luck Sunday when they arrived to find the ATMS blackened by fire.
Bedouin Squatters Appeal Against Legal Jewish CommunitiesDeputy mayor of Arad criticizes Bedouin from unrecognized villages who petitioned against a decision to build new Jewish communities.
Updating Southern Infrastructure: New Rail Lines to Tel AvivThe state has decided to upgrade infrastructure in the southern region, cutting travel time to central Israel in half with a new train line.
S. Sudanese Farewell to Israel: Tears, Mostly Free WillSouth Sudanese boarded buses for the airport in cities around the country on Sunday, often in tears, but voluntarily, ready to go home.
Arad Unites to Help Anglo Son SurviveThe small Negev city of Arad proved itself in a huge way when it came to pulling together for an IDF and US veteran who fell on hard times.