In a beautiful gesture, Rockland Hatzoloh put together and distributed gourmet foods, snacks and drinks for the dedicated and hardworking staff of area Hospitals.
Rockland County News
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.
Hatzoloh of Rockland has releases the following Emergency Announcement as it gears up to handle an anticipated spike in Coronavorus related calls.
County Executive Ed Day announced sweeping orders for Rockland County in an attempt to slow the spread of Coronavirus.
Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Laura Carbon confirmed the first coronavirus related death in the county over the weekend.
In preparation for the expected spread of Coronavirus in the Rockalnd County Jewish communities, Rockland Hatzoloh has launched a new website for updates and accurate information on the virus.
Rockland Executive Ed Day announced that their will be an update of Coronavirus restrictions on Monday.
The Ashar Adolph Schreiber Hebrew Academy Of Rockland, commonly known as ASHAR, has followed the example of the East Ramapo Public schools in canceling classes for the next week.
The total Coronavirus number in Rockland County was changed to six Tuesday, adding two more cases since yesterday.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the finding of two additional cases of coronavirus in Rockland County. It is unknown if the two cases were in the Jewish community.
Rockland County’s Department of Health has published an exposure warning for two locations in Monsey, including the Atrium Wedding Hall.
Courtesy of Metrex Realty, a map of the Rockland County Eiruv’s, Shul’s, and Mikvah’s is now available.
Rockland County Executive Ed Day along with Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert announced that the 22nd annual YouthFest has been cancelled over the Coronavirus.
The Clarkstown Police Drone Unit was contacted by Haverstraw PD Sunday to assist in locating a stranded hiker. The hiker was located by Haverstraw FD and moved to safety without any injuries. Watch some of the amazing footage the drone was able to record during the rescue.
A group advocating for Second amendments rights in New York State issued a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request to the Office of the Rockland County, N.Y. Clerk on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
New York States plastic bag ban, signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo is set to go into effect March 1st of this year, and will definitely affect peoples daily lives.
A three car accident sent four people to the hospital in Wesley Hills Tuesday. Four occupants of the vehicles sustained non life threatening injuries, and were transported to the hospital by ambulance.
On Thursday, February 20th around 2:00pm, the Clarkstown Police Department raided a home at 34 Church Street in Nanuet with a search warrant.
Local officials are raising safety concerns regarding a dangerous dead cell zone on the Palisades Parkway that spans two local counties.
The person who fatally stabbed Sandra Wilson at a library in Spring Valley was released from custody on attempted rape charges, thanks to New York’s Criminal Justice Reforms.
The Spring Valley Police Departmet has named Gaudin Blanchard, 25, and the alleged stabber at the Finkelstein’s Memorial library in Spring Valley.
Around 9:40pm Tuesday night, emergency responders arrived at Mt. Ivy Diner on Route 202 in Pomona for a fire. The diner was badly damaged, but no injuries reported.
A car stolen from School Terrace near Monsey, NY was found in Manhattan on Monday after a BOLO was put out.