Yaakov Yosef Braun, a Monsey resident and Hatzoloh volunteer, was greeted by an entourage of Hatzoloh members on his return home after being discharged from the hospital.
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.
In a beautiful gesture, Rockland Hatzoloh put together and distributed gourmet foods, snacks and drinks for the dedicated and hardworking staff of area Hospitals.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Yehosef Neumann OBM, who was stabbed in Chanukah’s attack at the home of Rabbi Rottenberg.
With great sadness we report the passing of
A family wedding taking place in Wesley Hills became the centerpiece of a Social Media beat down, after Social Media posts claimed that the wedding was over the 50 person limit set by the governor.
With the Coronavirus making its presents felt in Rockland County, a car with speakers blaring was making its rounds of Monsey, letting the residents know of a Coronavirus hotline set up to handle questions regarding the pandemic.
Bais Levi Yitzchok of Pomono Heights has many ongoing weekly shiurim in Nigleh and Chassidus. Due to the current matzav, all shiurim have moved to an online platform, via zoom.
In a video message from Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, the Doctor informed the community that in his opinion, up to 90% of Kiryas Joel might already be infected with Coronavirus.
Westchester Medical Center has changed its visitation rules as it gears up to face the threat of Coronavirus.
Mrs. Sheina Winsbacher is sitting shiva following the passing of her mother Mrs. Fradel Kahler OBM, in London until Monday midday, then returning to New York. Accordingly, she would be sitting the remainder of the Shiva (Tue and Wed) at her home 451 Viola Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977 (long driveway – house in the back). Shiva ends Thu morning. She can be reached on her regular cellphone number at 646-532-8764. בשורות טובות.
In a letter addressed to parents, the Yeshiva of Spring Valley announced its plans to remain fully operational for now.
The Monsey Beis Chaya Mushka High School has announced a three day closure as the school is sanitized and disinfected. The move was announced in a message to the parents after one of the teachers in the school was exposed last week.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced eleven new cases of Coronavirus confirmed in New York State. Two of these cases are reported to be residents of Rockland County.
Rockland Hatzoloh has published a list of tips on how to stay safe during the spread of the novel coronavirus in New York State. Presently there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the Monsey area.
Some Pre-Purim traffic changes will be coming effect this coming Sunday, March 8th for the Monsey area.
Chaverim of Rockland has posted a BOLO for a vehicle stolen in Wesley Hills. The new vehicle had Temporary New Jersey plates ID# 48364R.
A women’s only evening of education and awareness will be taking place tonight in Monsey for the Jewish community. The event is organized to help educate the community on issues of body image and eating disorders.
In what is being billed as a miraculous recovery, Rabbi Yehosef Neumann who was critically injured in the Forshay attack over Chanukah has opened his eyes for the first time since the attack.
Around 2:50 Thursday afternoon, a fifteen passenger van driving on Old Nyack Turnpike lost control and struck a utility pole. Ten of them were transported to local hospitals.
The trial of Grafton Thomas, the alleged attacker who injured five people over Chanukah, began today at the New City Courthouse.
A car stolen from School Terrace near Monsey, NY was found in Manhattan on Monday after a BOLO was put out.
Joseph Gluck received a $20,000 reward for his role in apprehending the suspected Monsey synagogue stabber. But it didn’t come from two “Zionist” Jewish groups that had offered the award for information leading to an arrest.