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.


Stewart-Cousins to Address MLKing Celebration

Andrea Stewart-Cousins, a long-term human rights leader and New York State senator, will be the featured speaker at the Mamaroneck-Larchmont 23rd annual Martin Luther King celebration to be held at …read more…

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Exodus Revisited: A Larchmont Sailor’s Tale 63 Years On

The recent passing of the captain of the Exodus, the legendary ship that attempted to bring Holocaust survivors from war-torn Europe to British-mandated Palestine in the 1940s, marks the end …read more…

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Start the New Year Clean & Green

If your New Year’s resolutions list includes living a healthier and more environmentally sensitive life, but you’re intimidated by the cost and inconvenience of going green, here are some small …read more…

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Larchmont Nurse Delivers Baby – Curbside at Jacobi

At 12:30 pm on December 27, the Sunday after Christmas, Pamela Akukuma realized that labor had started. She wasn’t worried. As parents of a 22-month old, Ms. Akukuma …read more…

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Larchmont Turns Out in Support of Pelham Picture House

Larchmont residents populated the hugely successful event, which raised $200,000 for the capital campaign, thereby allowing the organization to begin unprecedented renovations to the historic theater.

The Picture House announced …read more…

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With Budget Tight, Schools Consider Facility Fee

Although the evening opened with recognition of student and staff honors, the economy and the school budget loomed large at the December 15 meeting of the Mamaroneck School Board.

“There …read more…

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VOL to Get New Meters for Water, Parking

At their December 14 meeting, the Larchmont Village Board took steps to upgrade their meters – both for parking and for water.

Board members also heard from Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent …read more…

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TOM Board Schedules Two Public Hearings: Parking Meters and Parking Spots

At its December 16 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board scheduled two public hearings (for parking in Washington Square), approved three bid proposals (for Memorial Park’s pump station, the Senior Nutrition …read more…

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Schools Share Budget Woes With VOL Board

Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried was at the Larchmont Village Board meeting on Monday, December 14 for a discussion on the challenges in preparing a school budget for next …read more…

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Judy Myers: Why I Voted Against the County Budget

While nine of my colleagues on Monday [December 14] approved Westchester County’s $1.8 billion 2010 budget, I was one of the eight County Legislators who voted against it.

My reasons …read more…

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Businesses Struggle; Indifferent Landlords Add To Pressures

No one said business was great at the Local Summit’s meeting on local business conditions, held December 15th at the Nautilus Diner. This included the program’s panel of four local …read more…

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Local Residents Pack 825 Holiday Care Packs for Troops

On Sunday, December 6, more than 200 Westchester residents spent time creating care packages to be sent to U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan for the holidays. This was the …read more…

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MHS Wrestlers Capture Tiger Tourney; JV Female Has First Win

On Saturday, November 12, the Mamaroneck High School wrestling team captured the championship at its own 36th Annual Tiger Tournament by placing first out of 12 teams. “This is the …read more…

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Feld Not Running for Re-Election? She Says She Is

An informed source told the Gazette on Thursday, December 10 that Mayor Liz Feld will not be running for re-election and that leaders in the Larchmont Democratic Party are leaning …read more…

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Chatsworth Bridge Accident Victim Still in Hospital

The pedestrian struck by a vehicle while crossing at the Chatsworth Avenue Bridge on November 19 remained hospitalized this week. According to the Larchmont Police, the 48-old New Rochelle …read more…

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Mother Jackson & Kids for World Health Win MLKing Awards

Doris Jackson, a quiet grandmotherly champion of the downtrodden, known in Mamaroneck’s Washingtonville neighborhood as Mother Jackson, will receive the 2010 Martin Luther King, Jr. Award as an individual who …read more…

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Larchmonter Mark Dlugash Named a Rhodes Scholar

Mark Dlugash, a Larchmont resident who attended Murray Avenue School, is one of 32 US citizens named as Rhodes Scholars for 2010. The scholarship will pay for two years of …read more…

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Property Taxes Outpace Fundraising for Local Housing Charity

I CARE, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck organization that helps establish and maintain affordable housing locally, is “going broke” as it tries to keep up with an ever-rising property tax bill on the …read more…

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Interview: Danny Aiello Wants to Sing; at Emelin Dec 12

“It’s not about vanity,” Danny Aiello said sincerely via a phone interview from his New Jersey home. “It wasn’t a need to sing. I wanted to sing.”

It’s obvious that …read more…

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Dreidel House Sails into Boater's World

Dreidel House operated by Chabad Lubavitch of Larchmont-Mamaroneck has spread its sails for 2009 in the cavernous Boston Post Road store vacated by Boater’s World Marine Centers. It’s a step …read more…

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