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.


Election: Cry for Help From Suburbs

The stunning results from last Tuesday’s election will be sliced, diced and served up to fit any number of theories and agendas: it was a repudiation of President Obama, a …read more…

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Anonymous Blogging Opens a Pandora’s Box

Pandora’s box was opened out of curiosity without meaning any harm. Yet all evils of mankind were released and hope was left in the box once it was closed. In …read more…

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LWV Dismayed at the Lack of Contested Elections

We are once again in the election season.

The League of Women Voters has a long history of sponsoring non-partisan candidate debates on both a national and local level. Our …read more…

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Tom Supervisor, VOL Mayor Support School Field Work

The following letter was originally sent on October 22 to Mamaroneck School Board President Linnet Tse and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Paul Fried:

Over the past several years, our communities …read more…

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Not Everyone is Behind Synthetic Turf Field

This letter is a response to the full page ad in Sound and Town by Fields for Kids that says a synthetic turf field at the Mamaroneck High School is …read more…

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Vampires, Real & Imaginary

The Casa de Vampiros in Managua, Nicaragua was located in the heart of the second poorest country in Latin America during the reign of the brutal dictator, Anastasio Somoza. Blood …read more…

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Vote Yes on VOM Police Hearing Referendum

The voters in the Village of Mamaroneck have an important referendum on November 3rd that will decide how the Village Police Department will be administered in the future. Referendum #3 …read more…

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Fields For Kids Nears Fundraising Goal

Keep the field donations coming!

As you can see from our fundraising graphic, MHS Memorial Field Project 2010 is nearing in on its goal. Thanks to a great outpouring …read more…

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Kempers Contribute to Fields for Kids

Our children are our future. Hence, nothing is more important than their education and welfare. All those who have struggled to provide the children of Larchmont and Mamaroneck with the …read more…

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Good Librarians Should Never Be Taken for Granted

They presented my wife, Bernadette, with two framed certificates last week for her long and dedicated service to her employer, the Larchmont Public Library and its many patrons. A photo …read more…

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Shine LMC-TV Light on Board Work Sessions

The light is starting to glow in our Town and thanks for this go to Councilpersons Odierna and Fishman, who have publicly indicated, support for more transparency in the Town …read more…

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Cease the Fire Sirens

Having lived here since November 2008, I can no longer deal with the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department’s continual use of the over the top siren. Where else in the …read more…

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Cablevision: A Cautionary Tale on Refund

During the 30 years I lived in Westchester, 26 in Larchmont and 4 in White Plains, I was a loyal customer of Cablevision (and its predecessors), using first their cable …read more…

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MTA:Ride to Game is Good, But Maintain Your Facilities

I think the new mass transit program is is a phenomenal idea for football fans — offering a great and economical way for folks to get to the Meadowlands on …read more…

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We Are Fortunate to Live in Larchmont

Now that Labor Day has come and gone, it’s time to reflect on how fortunate we are to live in Larchmont. Looking at the difficult economic times, Larchmonters have such …read more…

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Health Care Vigil Sept 2: Even Larchmonters Are Hurting

The Westchester Health Care Reform Task Force will hold a vigil on Wednesday, September 2, at 5:30 in the park at the corner of Palmer Ave. and Weaver St. All …read more…

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Board Should Air All Public Sessions On TV & Online

Portions of Town of Mamaroneck Board meetings are shown by LMC-TV. But significant portions of public sessions, e.g. “work sessions,” are not shown, and some substantive discussions among board members …read more…

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Congress Urged to Protect LGBT at Work

For the past fourteen years the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community has battled to push the Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA H.R 2015) through Congress. ENDA would make it …read more…

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Spina Softball Classic Raises $10K For Reward in Murder Case

It was very heartwarming and overwhelming to have so many participate in the First Annual Stephen Spina Softball Classic for Stephen and our family. (See: Scouts Dedicate Bench to …read more…

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Sheldrake Thanks Hommocks “Rockers”

(Editor’s Note: A version of this letter was sent to the members of the Hommocks Student Council.)

The Sheldrake Environmental Center is truly grateful to receive the proceeds of this …read more…

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