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.


Local Teen in Quest for Crown

Catherine van Eyck, a 15-year-old sophomore at Mamaroneck High School, has been selected to participate in the 2010 Miss New York Teen USA Pageant, which will be held at the …read more…

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MLKing Event to Continue: Nominations Sought

The Tri-municipal Human Rights Commission was disbanded last year. But their tradition of hosting a celebration to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will continue. …read more…

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Historic Need at Pantry: Food Drive Nov 21-22

More local residents than ever are relying on the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force’s Food Pantry to feed themselves and their families.

In the first nine months of 2009, the Food …read more…

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Growing Property Tax Opposition Topic at Summit-LWV Event: Nov 17

This year, more than 800 residents of Mamaroneck Town and Larchmont Village filed for a real estate tax reduction, a sizeable percentage of local property owners who feel the tax …read more…

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Local Businesses Doing Good at St. John’s Bazaar: Nov 21

A number of local businesses – some new, some established – will be helping local shoppers “do good while they shop” at the St. John’s Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November …read more…

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22-Year-Old Mam’k Man Killed By Manhattan Bus

Seth Kahn, 22, of Mamaroneck Village, was killed by an out-of service city bus as he was crossing 9th Avenue at 53rd Street in Manhattan on Wednesday, November 4 at …read more…

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Larchmonter Arrested As Part of Huge Insider Trading Case

Michael A. Kimelman, 38, was arrested on Thursday, November 5 at his Iselin Terrace home in Larchmont in connection with a massive insider trading case being pursued by both the …read more…

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VOL Fire Doused; Firefighters Promoted

A week after local firefighters successfully doused a fire at a Palmer Avenue gym, the Larchmont Village Board promoted two of its career staff at its November 2 meeting. Also …read more…

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TOM and VOL to Share Costs of New Town Clerk/Assessor Intern

World Series Game 6 brought brevity to the November 4 meeting of the Mamaroneck Town Board meeting. After a brief review and approval of fire claims and four certiorari settlements, …read more…

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L.I. Sound Gets $7 M From EPA; Advocate Says More is Needed

U.S. Congresswoman Nita Lowey came to Mamaroneck Village’s Harbor Island Park on Monday, November 2, to announce that she and her colleagues representing the Long Island Sound Shore …read more…

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Election Shake-Up Felt by Those Running Unopposed

“I am very pleased to continue on the Board of Legislators,” said Judy Myers, a Democrat, the day after she was elected to a third term without opposition by voters …read more…

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After Break-ins, Police Meet With Larchmont Garden Residents

After a series of break-ins to homes and cars in the Larchmont Gardens neighborhood, concerned residents met with police at an open community meeting on Thursday, October 29 at the …read more…

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Turf Field is Coming to MHS; School Goals Include Consistency and Character Education

Mamaroneck High School is on track to get its new synthetic turf field, or an “all-weather field,” as it is now being called.

At the school board study session on …read more…

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Close to 500 Families Help FFK Meet Goal for Turf Field

Fields for Kids announce it had met a deadline and raised $465,000 to enable the Mamaroneck School District to proceed with Phase 1 of its Memorial Field …read more…

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Riveting History and Drama: "The Rivalry" at the Emelin

Many community residents equate the Emelin Theatre with Film Club, music or children’s productions and associate high-powered political debates with television. Norman Corwin’s play “The Rivalry,” which will kick-off the …read more…

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Walk for Homes to Raise Funds for Westchester Habitat: Nov 8

Supporters of Habitat for Humanity of Westchester will be walking through Larchmont on Sunday, November 8 to raise funds for local projects. The walk starts at 1 pm at St. …read more…

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“Be a Star” Comes to Hispanic Resource Center Fiesta: Nov 13

The Hispanic Resource Center’s annual benefit Fiesta always promises great food and entertainment. This year, there will be some novel elements and different ways to donate. In addition to welcoming …read more…

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Ribbon Ceremony for Local Children Who Have Died: Nov 22

The Remembrance Tree, a ribbon ceremony to remember community children who have died, will take place on Sunday, November 22 at 2 pm in the park at the corner of …read more…

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Unification Slate Sweeps Out Democrats in Mam'k Village

“All three of us won, it was a unification slate sweep,” reported Mamaroneck Village Mayor-Elect Norman Rosenblum shortly after election results were announced on Tuesday night, November 3.

Mr. Rosenblum, …read more…

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How Effective Is Online Map for Reporting Problems?

Back in May, the Larchmont Gazette posted an interactive SeeClickFix map that allows residents to anonymously report quality of life issues in hopes of getting action from public officials. …read more…

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