The Spring Valley Police Department has been getting multiple complaints of email scams involving Geek Squad. Don’t become a victim.
Amoxicillin, one of the most commonly used antibiotics for children, is suddenly on short supply, and it may mean a headache for many parents.
Three Iranian Nationals Charged with Engaging in Computer Intrusions and Ransomware-Style Extortion Against U.S. Critical Infrastructure Providers
An indictment was unsealed today charging three Iranian nationals with allegedly orchestrating a scheme to hack into the computer networks of multiple U.S. victims.
The students of Cheder Chabad of Monsey were greeted for their first day of school by the sounds of lively Chassidishe music and smiling Rebbeim this week.
The Justice Department on Friday finally released a heavily redacted affidavit justifying the unprecedented FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate earlier this month.
Rockland 2nd Annual National Night Out For Law Enforcement
Rockland Boulders Stadium 1 Palisades Credit Union Park Dr, Pomona, NY 10970
Rockland's 2nd Annual National Night Out will be taking place on Monday, August 12th, at the Rockland Boulders Stadium. The night will feature presentations by Law Enforcement and Fire Departments, including a K-9 presentation, and the use of the Jaws of Life. The evening will also include entertainment such as a dunk tank, bounce house, face painting and more. A firework grand finale will finish off the night with a bang. The event begins at 4:00pm, and will continue through 9:00pm. Admission is free for all.
The stage is set for the upcoming congressional election after Rockland picked their preferred candidates, standing Sean Patrick Maloney (Democrat) against Mike Lawler (Republican).
Three DWI arrests in Ramapo since Sunday highlight the ongoing issue of driving under the influence.
The Ramapo Town Hall got a fresh coat of beauty this past Sunday, May 15th, with Chabad of Suffern’s Paint the Town with Friendship event outside the Hall. Hundreds of residents stopped by to imbibe their own goodness into a “We All Belong” mural created by Chasidic artist Yitzchak Moully.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced nearly $16 million in grants to strengthen safety and security measures at buildings owned or operated by nonprofit organizations at risk of hate crimes, including Shuls.
Listen to a heartfelt musical medley from Uzi Bodner titled “Soul Of Shabbos”.
A woman was critically inured Tuesday night after being struck by a garbage truck while crossing Division Street.
The bookkeeper for a Rockland County Arborist who is alleged to have used her position to steal funds from her employer has been arrested following an investigation by the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office.
Multiple police forces were on high alert these past few weeks after a Texas man made death threats against multiple Chabad Rabbonim and Shluchim.
Break out the shovels and salt, the first snow of the season is heading to New York, sort of.
Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation in memory of young Rockland man that prohibits used car dealers from selling vehicles at retail without a functioning airbag.
New York Post Friday’s US drone strike on the Islamic State in Afghanistan killed two of the terror group’s operatives, one more than expected, Pentagon officials said, but the US still expects another terror attack in Kabul within the next […]
Volunteers from multiple organizations dance in the rain after successfully locating a six-year-old boy lost in the woods for over five hours. The boy was discovered by a Crown Heights Hatzalah volunteer in good health.
Major Paul M. DeQuarto has been announced as the new Commanding Officer for State Police Troop F, which covers the area of Rockland County.
Two more bodies have been recovered from a collapsed condo building in Florida, bringing the death toll to 24, as four more victims have been identified.
Vigilante Rewarded, Historic Inheritance Declared, Beloved Student Chosen to Lead, Tzfat and Jerusalem Rabbis Wrangle over Rabbinics, and Ads. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Pinchas”, and has made it available for all here on Monsey.info.
The US borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed to all non-essential travel for at least another month to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
An alarming shortage of chlorine – used to keep pools clean and safe – has sparked alarm across the country, as pre-summer lack of supply keeps pools closed.