Despite the storm having passed, Firefighters are still hard at work, dealing with the damage caused. This crew is on Suzanne drive near the Toldos Aharon Shul, dealing with live downed wires.
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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.
Bais Chaya Mushka High School of Monsey graduated their senior year today in an outdoor and socially distanced ceremony. Congratulations to the graduates.
As the stage is set and the singers rehearse for the Hatzalah-Thon scheduled for Lag B’Omer, the only question remains, are you ready to help this great organization save lives?
A Monsey Hatzoloh Ambulance had its front end rearranged after striking a utility pole while responding to a call Erev Shabbos. According to sources there were no injuries, and no patients on the ambulance at the time.
The Ramapo Police Department expressed their appreciation for the Volunteer Ambulance Corps on the front lines of this Pandemic, including Hatzoloh, through a portable traffic sign.
When the Village of Airmont’s City Hall gets a stop work order from themselves, it begs some seriously thought provoking questions. Who screwed up? Did a code enforcer not get paid? Who exactly is the village supposed to pay a bribe too? I don’t know about you, but we definitely want to know.
After rules were changed allowing beards in the Monsey Fire Department, the first Chassidic volunteer Firefighter is now helping protect the community. Here he was spotted at a dumpster fire Wednesday night.
Bais Chaya Mushka Girls High School of Monsey held their annual dinner Sunday night at the valley Terrace in Suffern. The event honored Dovid and Chanie Farkash, and included words of inspiration by Rabbi Lesches, Mora Diasrah of the Lubavitch Monsey Beis Din.
Chaverim of Rockland’s fleet of patrol cars received maintenance thanks to Quality Mobile Mechanic in Monsey.
As security continues to be high throughout the Monsey area, this photo taken outside Refuah health center, and published by law enforcement.
This morning Chaverim of Rockland gladly searched and recovered a valuable item from the garbage transfer station. Special thanks was given to Action Environmental and Interstate Waste Services for going out of their way to assist in the search.
The Siyum Hashas was a beautiful and historic event. A look from above showed a virtual sea of black hats, and one Waldo. Can you play the game Were’s Waldo and find him?
As security tightens in Shuls and Schools throughout the country, a new security guard was brought in to protect the Viznitz Shul in Monsey. Sadly, it also had the same effect on those coming to daven.
Orange County Sheriffs took a tour this morning of the Big Shul in Kiryas Joel. They are assessing the security cameras, doors, entrances, exits, as well as all the staircases, in light of the recent wave of antisemitic attacks.
After stabbing five people at a Chanukah Tish in Monsey, attacker Thomas Grafton of Greenwood Lake, NY stands in front of a judge in Rockland County.
How tall a menorah is can really be viewed as a matter of perspective. Israeli Astronaut Jessica Meir found her view of Chanukah from space.
The Bingo Superstore has published a rendering of its planned Spring Valley location, with plans to open before Pesach.
Perhaps one of the most anticipated events this year is the grand Siyum Hashas that has already overflowed its first venue. The colossal event that now spans across two states involves massive manpower and security. Rabbi Shlomo Gertzulin, the Siyum VP, sat with top-level officials at a Homeland Security briefing along with law enforcement.
Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating anti-Semitism, Elan Carr, visited the home of terror victim Mindy Ferencz HY”D to offer condolences to the family. In this photo, he can be seen with Shliach to Hoboken, NJ Rabbi Shapiro, as he comforts the son of Mindy Ferencz.
Sometimes you look at a photo and think, “how did they manage that”? Other times you think, “How would you fix that”? But sometimes, the issue is so shocking that there is simply no thought at all. What are you thinking?
The Village of Spring Valley held a reorganization meeting as the newly elected Trustees were sworn in. The meeting was attended by community leaders and activists.
Mendy, a three year old Jewish boy prompted his parents to help him out with a special task, showing his thanks to the Ramapo Police Department. Armed with a box of cookies, he visited the station, and was rewarded with a special tour of a Ramapo Police car.