Rabbonim and community leaders gathered for the annual Agudah Convention which began Thursday, starting off with Divrei Hisorirus and Chizuk.
Recently discovered bones of Jewish children, murdered during the Nazi invasion to Belarus, were brought to rest in the historical Jewish shtetl of Shklov.
Chabad photographer Dov Ber Hechtman provides a jaw dropping view of the annual Kinus group photo with the use of a high definition, drone mounted camera.
Frum photographer Dovber Hechtman captured fantastic images during this morning’s total lunar eclipse which shadowed the moon. The next total lunar eclipse wont happen again until 2025.
Last week, two hundred and fifty women gathered at the Crowne Plaza to bake challah, but the evening involved more than sticky dough and braiding.
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.
20 years after the tragedy that occurred on September 11th, 2001, we present a gallery of rare photos from that terrible day, as well as the days immediately following.
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.
When community leader, Rebbetzin Sarah Deitch, took it upon herself to lead guided tours of the ancient Jewish Cemetery, she didn’t expect it to lead to an exciting historical discovery.
Among the abandoned buildings and derelict facilities on Governors Island, one small house stands as a testament to the Jews who once called it home. It was, and still is, a Shul.
Care 365 hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony in Pomona for their new North campus, providing an important health center for the people of Rockland County.
“There is no place for hate in our Rockland County. It cannot and will not be tolerated. Take a trip across Rockland County. It’s like going around the world.” said District Attorney Walsh.
Dozens of emergency personnel rushed to a home on Grandview Avenue in the Wesley Hills Wednesday afternoon after a package left at the home was found to hold a suspicious substance. Thankfully it was identified as being unharmful.
More than 600 Ukrainian refugees will be given long-term accommodations at a newly opened kosher camp on the South shore of Hungary’s Lake Balaton, thanks a joint effort by EMIH, the Association of Hungarian Jewish Communities, and the Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine.
The widely popular and heavily attended event took place on the fields of Viola Park Sunday, attended by hundreds of Rockland residents and officials.
Emergency responders rushed to Dolcetto Kosher located at 800 Chestnut Ridge Road in the Village of Chestnut Ridge after reports indicated that a fire had broken out on the roof of the building.
Produced annually as a benefit for the Shaare Zion Torah Center; a pulsating learning center that caters to thousands of people on a weekly basis, Moments sees world renown Rabbis, speaker and lectures join forces with the brightest names in Jewish music.
Rockland Chaverim celebrated the inauguration of a new emergency response vehicle Tuesday alongside law enforcement brass and local elected officials.
The new buses are part of the Public Transportation Department’s recent order of 20 new 35 & 40 foot Gillig transit buses.
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.
The Office of Buildings and Codes (OBC) recently issued its first civil penalty against Rony Joseph, property owner of 3 George Street, in the amount of $𝟑𝟗,𝟐𝟓𝟎 for violating New York State Uniform Codes.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced $2.6 million in funding provided to support the Holocaust Survivors Initiative.
The Rockland County Office of Buildings and Codes (OBC) is investigating over 60 code violations across the Village of Spring Valley, for rubbish and garbage accumulation.