As the depth of last night’s tragedy in Meron sinks in, the Israeli government has begun to identify the victims who lost their lives. The long process, which includes conclusive identification and contacting of families has so far cleared twelve names for publication.
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.
The Vaad Harabonim of Spring Valley, including Rabbi Avraham Yaakov Hurwitz, Rabbi Chaim Shabbos, and Rabbi Menachem Dov Halevi Beck, have requested that the Jewish community stand to honor fallen firefighter Jared Lloyd as his funeral procession passes.
Jewish and non Jewish residents of Rockland County turned out for local elections Tuesday, handing wide margin wins to many Jewish candidates, according to preliminary results.
A Monsey Man speeding on the Palisades Parkway earned nine tickets and a DWI arrest after being caught by State Troopers.
At Monsey Beis Chaya Mushka, each girl gets the chance to actualize her highest potential. Today, you’re part of making that potential into reality can be a donation in their Charidy campaign.
The Auctioneer vehicle, bringing Keren Simchas Chosson V’Kallah’s annual auction to you, stopped by the Evergreen parking lot Wednesday, allowing for hundreds to take part in this years auction in person.
The KSCVK 20th Annual Action is taking to the streets this year, visiting neighborhoods in the “Auctioneer” bus. But don’t wait until the last minute to purchase your tickets, the early bird discount ends tonight!
On Sunday, January 3rd, Michael Lawler was sworn in to serve as a Member of the New York State Assembly, covering a large portion of the Monsey area.
A hearing will be held this month to determine whether the man who stabbed five people, killing one, in an antisemitic attack in Monsey, New York is fit to stand trial. According to a Psychiatric evaluation, he will not.
On the one year anniversary of the fateful stabbing attack in Monsey, Governor Andrew published the following statement commemorating the incident.
As the storm blew in Wednesday, bringing with it snow and dangerous road conditions, Chaverim of Rockland was there to help, providing assistance to anyone in need.
A tragedy has befallen the Monsey community after a 14-year-old boy died while going to the mikvah.
Chaverim of Rockland has published tips for the residents of Rockland to ensure safety during the upcoming storm.
The Chabad annual car menorah parade is scheduled to take place in Monsey this year on Sunday, the 4th night of Chanukah, and is expected to be a smashing success.
The Unity Sefer Torah begun at the groundbreaking Hatzalah-Thon has come to Monsey as it is scheduled to be completed this month.
A car vs. a school bus crash Sunday morning thankfully left no injuries, but ended with the arrest of the driver of the car.
A parking dispute spilled over Thursday afternoon into a full on assault that left one person injured.
Nyack College has been given the green light to move forward on its sale to Yeshivath Viznitz D K Hal Torath Chaim Inc.
The Monsey Trails Bus service has announced the opening of a new Park and Ride location in Monsey.
Double Statndard: According to a New York Post report, an order issued Thursday in an NYPD “Finest Message” internal memo stated that no protests would be allowed in the COVID-19 “Red Zones”.
Chaverim of Rockland took the front line against the surge in COVID-19 in Rockland County by driving around town with a speaker strapped to the roof of their vehicle. The speakers gave over a message from Hatzoloh, urging residents to wear masks and follow guidelines.
Hatzoloh of Rockland County has issued an advisory or the Rockland Jewish community regarding the COVID-19 virus and Yom Kippur.