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.


Email Glitch at the Gazette

If you tried to send an email to us at the Gazette in the last two days or so, please try again. We may not have received your missive due …read more…

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Supt. Proposes Cutting $7.5M & 54 Employees

Grim-faced administrators, somber school board members and over 200 parents, teachers and community members assembled in the Hommocks Auditorium on February 2 as Superintendent Paul Fried laid out a series …read more…

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TOM Board Inches Toward Reval, Moves on Duck Pond

At its February 3 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board inched forward on two long-standing issues: a comprehensive revaluation of all property, last updated in 1968; and the renovation of the …read more…

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Black Teen & Matsumoto Restaurant Settle Race Suit

Seven months after an African-American teen from Larchmont sued Matsumoto for racial discrimination and picketed with friends outside the Larchmont Avenue restaurant, the parties have settled out of court, according …read more…

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Last Phase Begins for Renovation of Library Children's Room

Despite snow flurries on February 3, the Larchmont Public Library Board of Trustees broke ground for the final phase of the Children’s Room renovation.

Those assembled to celebrate the occasion …read more…

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Buchbinder Stepping Down; Pierson to Seek 2nd Term on School Board

Deadlines are fast approaching for anyone interested in serving on the Mamaroneck School Board to seek endorsements from the Committee for the Selection of School Board Nominees (Selection Committee). Applications …read more…

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Gourmet Deli Opens & Chamber Brainstorms to Revive Business District

After a month of multiple store closures along Palmer Avenue, the Larchmont Chamber of Commerce has some good news to announce:

opening of Larchmont Gourmet deli (ribbon-cutting and free bagels …read more…

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Teachers Reply on Re-Opening Contract

$4 million.

That’s the magnitude of educational cuts Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried will be recommending in his presentation to the Mamaroneck School Board on Tuesday, February 2 at 7 pm …read more…

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Feld Not Running Again, Dems Pick Mandell for Mayor

Liz Feld is stepping down from the Larchmont Village Board at the end of her term on March 31, after serving four years as mayor and another four as trustee. The Larchmont Democrats have picked Josh Mandell as their candidate for mayor. …read more…

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Hampshire Club Wants Quick Sale, $14.9M

$14.9 million is the asking price for Hampshire Country Club on Cove Road in Mamaroneck, according to a January 28 release from C.B. Richard Ellis, the brokers retained to represent …read more…

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Woman Robbed on W. Garden Road

A 43-year-old woman is reporting she was robbed outside her West Garden Road home in the Town of Mamaroneck on Wednesday, January 27 at around 3:30 pm.

According to Mamaroneck …read more…

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Teachers Decline to Reopen Contract; District Prepares to Cut Budget

The Mamaroneck Teachers Association (MTA) has declined to reopen the teachers’ contract with the school district, reported Superintendent Paul Fried in an interview on January 27. Nevertheless, Dr. Fried is …read more…

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Warmer? Cheaper? A Larchmont Victorian Undergoes Energy Audit

The patient was a 100-year-old Victorian with chills and fevers from drafts and uneven heating and cooling over four floors of living space. The diagnostician was John Pfeiffer, a home …read more…

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How Do You Raise Generation Text?

Michael Osit, PhD, arrived at Mamaroneck High School just in time on Thursday, January 21st, with advice from his book Generation Text: Raising Well-Adjusted Teens in an Age of Instant …read more…

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MAS Students Sacrifice Ice Cream to Help Haiti

After watching news reports of the devastation and tragedy last week in Haiti, the students and staff at Mamaroneck Avenue School (MAS) decided they wanted to do something to help. …read more…

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Bullied as a Child, He Pushes Back at Hommocks

In his dreams, he’s walking and running. In reality, it’s one wheel at a time.

Trevor McKay described his dreams, his reality and how “we’re all the same, we’re all …read more…

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Fashion at the Neighbors’- Trunk Show Til Feb 8

How do women juggle the demands of their families and jobs with the desire to dress fashionably and affordably?

In Larchmont, some women are heading to their neighbors’ homes (or …read more…

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From the depth of winter, a hint of spring

In the deep cold of January, with winter’s short days and long nights, if you look carefully you’ll find plants telling you spring is on the way. …read more…

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Mamaroneck Looks at Buying Hampshire Country Club

The Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Mamaroneck “are working very closely together” as they consider options for the future of Hampshire Country Club, according to Mamaroneck Town Supervisor Valerie …read more…

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MHS Dance Ends Due to Student Drinking

After a group of students showed up drunk at a Mamaroneck High School dance on Friday, January 8, administrators decided to discontinue the popular activity.

The dances, known as The …read more…

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