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.


Chatsworth Students Help Those in Need, Both Near and Far

Some Chatsworth students recently learned how through their own efforts they could make a difference to those in need both near home and far away.

Noreen Borom’s third grade class …read more…

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Hampshire Pro Opens Anzac Sports in Larchmont

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Hampshire Country Club’s loss is the Larchmont business community’s gain: Allen Ruttley, the former tennis pro at the club will soon be opening Anzac Sports, at 2085 Boston Post Road, …read more…

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Sky’s the Limit for Ambitious Artist Gerda Roze At 85

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At 85, Gerda Roze, from Mount Vernon, sent out persuasive press releases she wrote for her upcoming show at Mamaroneck Artists Guild. She just got a new computer and has …read more…

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MHS Holds 10th Annual Kemper Memorial Essay Contest

One question Mamaroneck High School students participating in this year’s Richard M. Kemper Memorial Essay Contest may address has to do with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Four Freedom Speech. Another …read more…

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Firefighters Battle on Ice to Benefit Rasor Family: Ap 16

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Two local fire departments will be facing off at the Hommocks Ice Rink at 7:30 pm on Friday, April 16 for the first annual “Fire on Ice” benefit games. The …read more…

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Rains Hit Historic Levels, Flood Parks & Basements

Turtle Park at vanderburg Avenue in Larchmont was swamped by heavy rain on March 30. PHotograph by Emily Grotta

March was the wettest month on record in various parts of the northeast.

Larchmont residents bailing out basements or watching the parks turn into lakes on Tuesday, March 30 had …read more…

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Hastings Superintendent to Lead Mamaroneck Schools

Dr. Robert Shaps has been selected as the next superintendent of the Mamaroneck School District.

Dr. Robert Shaps, superintendent of schools in Hastings-on-Hudson, is expected to become the new superintendent of the Mamaroneck School District on July 1, replacing Dr. Paul Fried. Dr. Shaps will …read more…

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Larchmont's Tentative Budget Would Hike Taxes 3.14%

Village of Larchmont’s tentative budget for 2010-2011, if implemented, would raise taxes 3.14%. That’s slightly higher than last year’s tentative figure of 2.44%, but still one of the lowest in …read more…

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Hmx Counselor On Leave Since 2007 No Longer on Payroll

Two counselors who were placed on administrative leave in October 0f 2007 no longer appear in the budget for 2010-2011. Elizabeth Denhoff and Haruko Hirose, both tenured guidance counselors …read more…

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TOM Board Weighs Alternatives for Costly Water Project

At its St. Patrick’s Day meeting on March 15, the Mamaroneck Town Board heard from State Assemblyman George Latimer on possible impacts of Albany’s budget and took further steps on …read more…

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School Board Dissects Details of Proposed Budget

In their first all-day lreview of SuperintendentPaul Fried’s recommended budget for 2010-2011, members of the Mamaroneck School Board expressed concern over particular cuts, but no one suggested adding money …read more…

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Larchmont Tab for Nor’easter Pegged at $294K

$293,656. That’s the estimate of damage and expenses incurred by the Village of Larchmont during the March 13 nor’easter and its aftermath, according to Larchmont Police Chief John Poleway.

All …read more…

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Manor Park Seeks Help to Recover From Storm

The wild nor’easter that sent waves crashing onto Larchmont’s Manor Park on March 13 left $150,000 to $200,000 in damages to sea walls, walkways, benches and other concrete. That was …read more…

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Learn to Live Greener: Larchmont-Mamaroneck Green Expo, Apr 24

Have you wondered about whether solar panels could really save you money? Do the numbers on the bottom of your plastic recyclable bottles still confuse you? Have you always …read more…

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New Mamaroneck Library Rises; Fundraising Continues

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The new wing is rising and significant progress has been made in the total renovation ongoing at the Mamaroneck Public Library at 136 Prospect Avenue in Mamaroneck Village.

Winter snow …read more…

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Mamaroneck Parking Meters Go Into Effect Mar 31

Get out those quarters, nickels and dimes if you want to park on Myrtle Boulevard, Madison Avenue or Fifth Avenue in the Town of Mamaroneck.

A March 25 release from …read more…

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Hmx Rox Raises $3000 For Cultural Arts

Who would have guessed that an opera singer could get an audience of middle schoolers to gleefully join in a rousing chorus? It can happen if it’s “operatic rap.”

The …read more…

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Two Larchmonters Go Bald to Raise Thousands For Cancer Research

Michael and xxDaum show off his new shave.

Two Larchmont men were among the 531 men, women and children who raised over $530,000 for cancer research by shaving their heads at a March 6 St. Baldrick’s celebration.

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Isaiah Sheffer's New Play About Isaac Bashevis Singer!

A sneak preview at the the Emelin Theatre on April 22, features excerpts from Dreamers & Demons, a new play about Isaac Bashevis Singer by Isaiah Sheffer, host of National …read more…

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PR: Pet Pantry Warehouse Opens in Larchmont

The Pet Pantry Warehouse, an independent and local retailer with strong emphasis on healthy and holistic foods and products, has announced the opening of its newest location at 2444 Boston …read more…

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