by Monsey.info A massive fire broke out around 10:00am at 15 Old Nyack Tnpk in Monsey Wednesday morning. The fire could be seen billowing smoke from miles away, as the flames shot tens of feet into the air. Emergency responders […]
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.
A report in the name of Chief Brad Weidel says that the stabbing victim is no longer in critical condition. The investigation in ongoing.
Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow, but please be careful driving. One person driving on a Monsey Roadway found out the hard way just how slick the roads were. The vehicle ended up down a ditch, with just some people standing around for some moral support.
A fund has been established for Reb Mordechai Schlesinger, the 30 year old stabbing victim in Monsey. The fund was started by Tomchei Shabbos, and published for donations on The Chessed Fund website.
An updated statement from Chief Brad Weidel has been published on Social media regarding the stabbing investigation that is ongoing in Monsey.
A child was struck by a car as they exited a school bus in Monsey Tuesday, Ramapo Police reported. Hatzolah and EMS responded to the accident, and treated the child for non life threatening injuries.
The following statement was posted on social media from Chief Brad Weidel regarding the investigation of the vicious assault on a Monsey resident.
Ramapo Police Chief Brad Weidel published a statement of the vicious attack that took place this past week in Monsey. No evidence of hate crime.
Federal prosecutors charged three Rockland men Thursday in connection with a multi-million dollar scheme to operate an unlicensed money transfer business.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo tasked the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to help the Ramapo Police Department and the Rockland County Sheriff’s office as they investigate this horrific assault on an Orthodox Man this morning in Monsey, NY.
Consul General of Israel to the United States, Dani Dayan, visited the location of this mornings attack in Monsey. He was met by the Chief of Police, and Davened Mincha in the nearby Shul.
The Anti Defamation League has posted a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this morning stabbing attack.
Cheder Chabad of Monsey held an Arinfirenish for a large group of approximately 30 boys for the first time. The arinfirenish, an age old custom, was lead by Rabbi Schusterman who has done hundreds of boys arinfirenishen for over 30 years.
Yeshiva Mesivta Lubavitch of Monsey is hosting a parade beginning in Monsey and ending with a grand menorah lighting at the Palisades Center on Dec. 13, the second night of Hanukkah.
A Jewish man was saved from legal trouble after his vehicles dashcam caught a man attempting to frame him in Rockland County. The alleged con went to the police, claiming he was injured by the Jewish man in a hit and run.
A video from 2016 showing a Rebbe from a Chasidishe yeshiva kicking and stomping a student has gone viral, reaching many media outlets. Yeshiva Shaar Ephraim released a statement.
Due to the Rivnitz Yahrtzeit on Wednesday October 23rd, please see traffic and parking changes for Route 306 and the surrounding areas.
An 8 year old boy has been pulled from the water of a lake in Haverstraw after the boat he was on capsized. He was transported to the hospital with CPR in progress.
A van struck and toppled a telephone pole in Monsey Thursday evening, cutting off power to local residents. Hatzalah responded and treated the driver.
Here is a summary of the Ramapo Police Departmemnts activity for the week of September 29th, 2019 through October 5th, 2019.
Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert advise residents that an international traveler who has been confirmed to have measles visited Congregation Khal Torath Viznitz in Monsey, potentially exposing others to measles from September 20 to September 21.
Rockland Hatzolah hosted a dedication event of one of its ambulances in honor or a former member of Rockland Hatzolah, R’ Moshe Spielman obm.