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.


Parking Issues Take Center Stage at TOM Board Meeting

Parking concerns claimed center stage on January 20th as the Town of Mamaroneck Board approved a new law for Lester Place and considered changes for Preston Street, Chester Place and …read more…

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Schools Hear from Counseling Center, In Budget Talks With Teachers

Although the budget was not on the agenda at the January 19 meeting of the Mamaroneck School Board, budget work is going on behind the scenes. The formal agenda did …read more…

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Many Local Women & Children Live in Poverty

Like many affluent Westchester communities, Larchmont/Mamaroneck is home to trendy shops, upscale restaurants, luxury homes and expensive cars. At the same time, it is home to many individuals, disproportionately women …read more…

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MHS Students “Keep Dream Alive” on MLK Day

More than 150 Mamaroneck High School students spent the Martin Luther King day holiday on Monday, January 18 helping out in the community as part of the national “Day …read more…

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Trio Premiers Local Composition For Good Cause

The New Cambridge Trio will premier Shades of Gray, Far Away by Larchmont composer Nora Morrow at a program entitled “Hands Across the Globe” to benefit Doctors without Borders on …read more…

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Larchmont Mayor Liz Feld Not Running for US Senate

Larchmont Mayor Liz Feld announced on Friday, January 15, that she would not be running for United States Senate. She issued the following statement:

“New York needs an …read more…

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Larchmont-Based Resource Foundation Mobilizes for Haiti

Local residents looking for ways to funnel help to victims of the Haiti earthquake have a Larchmont option: the Resource Foundation. Begun in 1987 by Larchmont resident Loren Finnell, …read more…

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Police Save Boy Days After Baby Girl Dies: Consolidation Raised

Less than a week after the death of a Larchmont baby girl, a Larchmont police officer revived an infant boy who had stopped breathing.

Citing the sensitive nature, Larchmont police …read more…

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Palmer Redo Advances; One Trustee Dissents

Sam Orans, a long-term volunteer firefighter, was sworn in as second deputy chief by Mayor Liz Feld.

At the January 11 meeting of the Larchmont Village Board, there was some disagreement over plans for renovating the Palmer Avenue streetscape.

Other topics on the docket were:

…read more…

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Larchmont Station: Ticket Window Shut, Coffee Shop Opening

As of Wednesday, January 13, there is no longer a person selling tickets at the Larchmont station house.

However, Metro North spokeswoman Marjorie Anders said the station house will still …read more…

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Help Haiti, Boost Human Rights: Twin Themes at MLK Event

NY State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

Pleas to step-up support for equality and human rights were blended with timely requests to aid victims of Haiti’s catastrophic earthquake at Mamaroneck’s 23rd annual program honoring the life of …read more…

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Gisele Stylists Give Needy A New Do for the New Year

Gisele Guerrero

Inspired to help the less fortunate during the holidays, salon owner Gisele Guerrero and five stylists from her shop on Larchmont Avenue set up a mobile beauty parlor before New …read more…

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Winter Market Mixes Farm Food & Community Events

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Brussels sprouts, spring greens, pickles, jazz, political leaders and community food shoppers mixed it up at the grand opening of the Mamaroneck indoor farmer’s market at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church …read more…

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Free Emmy-winning Film at MHS: A Walk to Beautiful, Jan 19

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How is it that Fran Snedeker, a comfortably middle class Larchmont resident, became so absorbed with obstetric fistula?

Few American women have ever heard of this condition, much less suffered …read more…

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Murray Mounting First Musical in Years: Jan 23, 24

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Murray Avenue School is mounting its first school musical in years. Produced by KJK Productions with support of the Murray PTA, The Sound of Music is now in rehearsal. Performances …read more…

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Challenges & Continuity for New (Old) TOM Board

Government officials, staff, family members and local residents packed the Mamaroneck Town Courtroom on Wednesday, January 7 for the swearing-in of newly elected officials, including Town Justice Dolores Battalia, Supervisor …read more…

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Bond Work Begins; Replacing Boilers to Take Two Summers

Work on the $22 million school infrastructure repairs approved by the community in the May 2009 bond referendum has begun, but replacing the boilers at the Hommocks Middle School boiler …read more…

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TOM Approves Parking Meters & Duck Pond Agreement

Following a joyous swearing in ceremony and a sober State of the Town address by Supervisor Valerie O’Keeffe, the Mamaroneck Town Board rounded out its January 7 meeting by …read more…

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Mam’k Schools Seeks Fed Funds, But Not Merit Pay

At its January 5 study session, the Mamaroneck School Board voted unanimously to sign a memorandum of understanding that will entitle the district to a portion of Race to the …read more…

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District Unites to Seek “Race to the Top” Dollars

On Thursday, January 7, Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried announced a collaborative effort between the Mamaroneck Teachers Association (MTA), the Mamaroneck School Board and the administration to become eligible for $60,000 …read more…

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