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.


Lauren Groveman's Buttermilk Pancakes with Berries

If you like pancakes, you’ll adore these. Tender and truly ethereal, I can’t count how many times I’ve made them and each time I hear the same words from those …read more…

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Details of Superintendent's Budget; Tax Increase is 2.81%

Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Paul Fried unveiled his recommended budget on Tuesday, March 16, describing the 1.47% spending increase as “the lowest budget-to-budget increase in the history of the school district.”

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Officials Appeal For Help With Storm Damage

On Monday, March 15, local officials were seeking help from higher levels of government in dealing with continuing power outages and the costs of clearing trees and repairing storm damage.

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Tri-Muni Task Force: Mergers, Outsourcing Could Save $1M

Eschewing the ideal for the feasible, a tri-municipal task force looking into shared services for almost a year, unveiled seven major recommendations this week. The group says the initiatives could …read more…

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Mamaroneck Town Board Reacts to Consolidation Study

Members of the Mamaroneck Town Board reacted this week to a report from the Tri-Municipal Shared Service/Consolidation Study Group. The group made seven major recommendations, including: the creation of a …read more…

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Fierce Storm Topples Trees, Roils Sea

(Updated: March 14, 2010: 3:00 pm) A nor’easter slammed into the Sound Shore area on Saturday, March 13, bringing with it wild winds and a raging sea. Area homeowners braced …read more…

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Storm Leaves Over 1000 Homes Without Power

The Town of Mamaroneck issued a second storm alert via e-mail and phone on Sunday, March 14, reporting on the number of homes without power and warning residents to …read more…

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Hastings Superintendent a Finalist for Mamaroneck

Hastings-on- Hudson Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaps has informed his staff and board that he is a finalist for the position of superintendent in Mamaroneck. In what he characterized as …read more…

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Mamaroneck Stymied On Possible Hampshire Purchase

Updated Friday, March 19. Under increasing time pressure, Mamaroneck Town and Mamaroneck Village are continuing to pursue the possible purchase of Hampshire Country Club with help from a non-profit …read more…

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Take the Poll: Should Mamaroneck Purchase Hampshire?

Hampshire Country Club fairway

If a public vote were held today on the following question, how would you vote:

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A Final "Green" Meeting for Feld; VOL Election Attracts 127 Voters

Tuesday night’s Larchmont Village Board meeting included a colorful good-bye to outgoing Mayor Liz Feld and an agenda of “green” environmental items.

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A Delicate Balance: Quality Education & School Taxes

Public schools are at the epicenter of the economic crisis, leadership from the Rye Neck and Mamaroneck school districts told the Local Summit when it met at the Nautilus Diner …read more…

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School District Authorizes Repairs to Collapsed Wall at Murray

In addition to hearing Dr. Paul Fried present the superintendent’s recommended budget on March 16, the Mamaroneck school board authorized emergency repairs to a retaining wall at Murray Avenue …read more…

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Black Dolphin Swims Into Mamaroneck

A black dolphin that swam into a small cove adjacent to Hampshire Country Club on Thursday, March 18 attracted a crowd and a number of good Samaritans who attempted to …read more…

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Hispanic Resource Center Moves to Mamaroneck Avenue

The Hispanic Resource Center of Larchmont and Mamaroneck (HRC) will be moving to a new location on March 30, 2010. The new space at 623 Mamaroneck Avenue will allow the …read more…

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Mamaroneck Superintendent's Budget Shrinks Tax Increase To 2.81%

Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried unveiled his recommended budget on Tuesday, March 16. The bottom line is a 2010-2011 budget of $122,695,077, or $1,769,317 more than last year.

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Stay Home: Emergency Message from TOM and Larchmont Police

Via email and phone, this message from Steve Altieri urged residents to stay off the streets during the storm Saturday night:

Hi this is Steve Altieri mamaroneck town administrator with …read more…

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VOL Elections March 16; Mayor-to-Be Already Setting Priorities

Larchmont’s next mayor , Josh Mandell, is getting a break – at least on the political front. As the only mayoral candidate, he has been spared the ordeal of sloshing …read more…

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Data Driving District Efforts to Improve

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) had delayed release of test scores and analysis from the 2008-2009 school report cards, due in February, but that did not inhibit the …read more…

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Mam’k Partners With Trust for Public Land on Hampshire Purchase

According to a joint release from Mamaroneck Village and Mamaroneck Town on March 11, the municipalities are working with the Trust for Public Land (TPL) to pursue the possible purchase …read more…

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