Yesh Atid leader saves yeshivaThough often not on good terms with the haredi sector, Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid worked to save a yeshiva from closing in Hadera.
Police return lost dog to owner, receive surpriseTraffic police near Hadera find lost dog during storm on a highway, return it to its owners.
Hadera celebrates quasquicentennial with Tu B'Shevat plantingCity Council of Hadera is celebrating its 125th anniversary by connecting to its roots and planting orchards.
Haredi Extremists Step Up Incitement Campaign against IDFArab incitement against Jewish soldiers? No, its a flier put in mail boxes by haredim refusing to enlist dehumanizing haredi soldiers.
Pepper Spray Attacks Highlight Violence at Health ClinicsA 46-year-old man was arrested in Haifa after attacking a security guard and spraying pepper spray in a crowded Kupat Holim clinic.
Rockets Strike as Far North as HaifaHamas's rockets reach furthest point yet, landing in the sea near Haifa 165 kilometers (102 miles) from Gaza; one hurt in Zikhron Ya'akov.
Central Israel Residents in Shock Over RocketsFear trickles from the south to the Israeli heartland on Wednesday, as Hamas targets Israel's most populated cities.
Schoolboy Bitten By Poisonous Snake in ClassroomTen-year-old sent to hospital after encounter with snake apparently escaping rains, doctors warn of summer snake resurgence.
Hadera Mayor Arrested on Bribery, Fraud ChargesHadera Mayor Haim Avitan has been arrested on suspicion of bribery, fraud and money laundering, along with 11 others.
No Longer a Backwater, Hadera Plans Big Push for Homes, BusinessHadera's mayor, Haim Avitan, sees his city as the next “garden spot” in Israel for home ownership, business, and even vacationing
History Made as Natural Gas Flows from Ship to HaderaHistory was made on Saturday as natural gas began flowing from the regasification ship hired by the IEC to its power stations.
New Photos of Hadera FloodPolice photos show flooding in central Israel from the air.
Very Much Alive Peres Gets Honor Reserved for the DeadUsually, roads and highways are named for illustrious dead people. Unless, of course, you are the very much alive Shimon Peres.