Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS


In 2010, the Larchmont Gazette ceased publication. In 2011 the publishers donated all contents to the Larchmont Historical Society, which will continue to make the Gazette archives available online.



All inquiries should be addressed to the Larchmont Historical Society.


No More Cuts to MHS English Department

We are writing to express our strong disagreement with the proposed reduction of an MHS English teacher position in the Mamaroneck Superintendent’s current budget plan. Even in this most difficult …read more…

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Josh Mandell for Mayor

My wife and I were very pleased to read last week that our former neighbor from Mamaroneck, Josh Mandell, has been nominated for mayor of Larchmont. In many ways, …read more…

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School Board Selects 3 Semi-Finalists for Superintendent

On behalf of the School Board, I am pleased to report that the search for Mamaroneck’s next superintendent is going well. There was a very good response to our ads …read more…

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Teachers Reply: Won’t Reopen Contract, Need More Info

The leadership of the MTA has indeed refused to open the contract. Last year the teachers led the way in this district and made concessions WITHOUT OPENING THE CONTRACT. Our …read more…

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Landlord to VOL: Don't Legislate, Cooperate

Over the course of the past week, I have read articles in three separate papers concerning the vacancies in the Village of Larchmont. All three articles made a point to …read more…

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Chiropractor Returns to Haiti on Relief Mission

Stepping Stones Ministries together with Dr. Peter H. Morgan and Consul General Felix Augustine of the Republic of Haiti to New York have joined efforts to launch an emergency drive …read more…

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Judy Myers: How to Help Haiti

Today, our thoughts and prayers are with the Haitian community – both on the island of Haiti and right here in Westchester County – who are grieving and suffering over …read more…

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Brewer’s Goes All Out For Cub Scouts

Just wanted to let you know about the generous folks at Brewer’s Hardware.

My son’s local Cub Scout troop needed to do their Handyman achievement and we asked …read more…

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VOM Attorney Must Be Full-Time VOM Employee, Not With Any Firm

We write to express concern regarding recent reports that Mamaroneck Village is redefining the position of Village Attorney.

We are longtime Village residents and practicing attorneys. In 2006, at the …read more…

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Should Duck Hunting Be Allowed Off Manor Park?

While walking my dogs in Manor Park today (50 degrees, sunny !) I was distressed to see three intrepid hunters, fully decked out in camouflage regalia, shooting ducks from a …read more…

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Thanks For Support of Kemper Park & Ed Fund

Over the last ten years the Larchmont/Mamaroneck community has joined in support of Richard Kemper Park, and this holiday season we want to express our thanks for this. The park …read more…

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VOM Mayor Owes Explanation Re New Attorney

I was watching the Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees meeting on LMC-TV on Monday. December 14th. I was impressed with the professional and even-handed manner in which both Trustee …read more…

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Larchmont Reservoir Will Miss Wally Irwin (1918-2009)

I am very saddened to learn of Wally’s death. (See: IRWIN WALLACE, JR.) He was truly a scholar, naturalist, and, most important for those who will miss him, a …read more…

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Cap Center Announces New Advisory Board

It is with pleasure that we announce the election of a New Mamaroneck CAP [Community Action Program] Advisory Board. Elections were held on December 8th at the CAP Center in …read more…

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Praise for Wittner's No Vote on TOM Budget

The following was sent originally to Mamaroneck Town Councilwoman Phyllis Wittner with copies to: David Fishman, Ernie Odierna, Valerie O’Keeffe and Nancy Seligson

While I disagree with you on the …read more…

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Appalled at Mayor Rosenblum's Firing of Village Attorney

After a campaign marked by terms like “openness,” “unification” and “transparency,” I am appalled that the first decision the new mayor of Mamaroneck Village made was to fire Village Attorney …read more…

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Op-Ed: Schools Declaring Defeat on Finances?

What was this meeting all about? [Mamaroneck School District Budget Meeting, November 30 at the Hommocks Middle School]

I attended the meeting, and it is tough to classify exactly what …read more…

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Still Optimistic on NY Gay Marriage

Today the New York State Senate voted 38-24 against S4401, “An act to amend the domestic relations law, in relation to the ability to marry.” The bill would have given …read more…

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Help Reunite Owner With Lost Huskies

Have you seen these dogs? We are desperately trying to bring them home.

We have been out searching for them on foot day and night, walking the woods and the …read more…

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Nominees Announced for CAP Center Board

We are please to announce nominations for the Mamaroneck CAP (Community Action Program) Advisory Board to run through Sept. 30th, 2010.

Nominated Co-Chairman are John Farris of Mamaroneck and Jim …read more…

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