A wedding taking place Monday night in the Monsey area got a surprise when the power went out, silencing the music and leaving everyone in the dark. But all was not lost, and Chaverim responded with specialized equipment, allowing the wedding and music to continue on.
If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
It’s raining, pouring, and hailing in Monsey. Today’s downpour came with a hidden gift, large balls of hail. The storm swept through Monsey, leaving a blanket of ice balls in its wake.
Mrs. Esther Deutch A”H, who was involved in the horrific accident outside of New Square two weeks ago, has passed away due to her injuries.
Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, the famed physician who popularized a treatment for COVID-19, has joined a practice in Monsey, and will begin seeing patients.
Bingo, the Jewish mega store, has almost completed its Rockland County location. Take a look at what lays in store for the Rockland County Jewish community.
The tragedy of yesterdays crash near New Square grew today, as the news was confirmed that another victim of the accident had passed away.
A serious accident in New Hempstead had emergency crews scrambling, with seven people trapped inside a fifteen passenger van.
The Kehilla Ohr Chaim Shul in Monsey spent a few minutes celebrating the birthday of the President of the United States, President Donald Trump.
A serious two car wreck outside the Viznitz Bais Hachaim on the 306 last night, sent those involved to the hospital.
Getting your fist siddur is a special gift, and children look forward to it for months in advance. Not to disappoint them, Cheder Chabad of Monsey held an outdoor and completely socially distanced siddur party, with balloons, costumes and family.
It wasn’t just a a community. For two weeks it was a war zone. Watch Rockland Hatzoloh’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of drunk guys found out why it’s not a good idea to drive drunk after crashing their car into a tree in Spring Valley.
A 16 year old boy went for a joy ride in his parents minivan in the early hours of Friday morning, crashing it into a tree. The boy suffered only minor injuries and was transported to Nyack Hospital by Hatzoloh.
The George Floyd protests have reached Spring Valley, with a small group marching on Parkview Dr. with a police escort.
With just seconds to spare in their fundraiser, Hatzoloh of Rockland County passed the $2 Million threshold Wednesday night, ending a two day fundraising blitz.
The stabbing of a man on the way to pray. Children falling from a third-story window. A child being ferociously bitten by a dog. The common denominator? Hatzoloh of Rockland’s heroic presence at the scene.
Nothing stands in the way of Hatzoloh of Rockland. No matter the time, no matter the place, and no matter the severity, the units are there. Saving lives, day after day. Hour after hour. Moment after moment. Through times of crisis and times of chaos, nothing hinders the selfless devotion and constant sacrifice they show toward the community. Now, it’s time for us to unite in show of support.
The Monsey Grocery Relief Initiative was a success. A “hundreds-of-cars-long” success.
It’s a day the community unites in full support of those who have been on the front lines saving lives. It’s a day to show appreciation to those who enter the lines
of exposure time and again in order to save another Yid. It’s the day we unite for our units. Today, is the Hatzoloh of Rockland campaign.
As restrictions loosen on Religious institutions in New York State, Tzemach Tzedeck Chabad has announced the beginning of daily minyanim.
A cleaning lady was caught red handed Thursday morning after being videoed stealing from a Monsey home. 911 was called and she was placed under arrest by the Ramapo Police Department.
The Gross family of Pomona had a visitor at their back door this morning. This lovable and cuddly creature was looking for some food, and FYI, it’s better not to feed them. Thankfully, screens are formidable foes and this bear went on to find another location for sustenance.