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.


Larchmont Avenue Swarmed With Ragamuffins

Postponed by rain on Saturday, the Village of Larchmont’s Rag-a-muffin Parade was blessed with sunshine and mild temperatures on Sunday, October 25. Families from as far as New Jersey and …read more…

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Sarah Neuman Nursing Home Residents Protest State Budget Cuts

Residents, family members and staff at Jewish Home Lifecare/Sarah Neuman Center in Mamaroneck recently signed hundreds of letters protesting proposed cuts to the New York State budget. The aim was …read more…

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Judy Myers Honored for Support of After School Programs

The Child Care Council of Westchester sponsored an advocacy breakfast at the Family YMCA of White Plains on October 22, which highlighted the importance of school age care and honored …read more…

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In Tough Time, More Requests to Student Aid Fund

Last year the board members of the Mamaroneck-Larchmont Student Aid Fund, the 72-year-old organization that raises money from the community to provide college scholarships to Mamaroneck High School seniors, were …read more…

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Girl Scouts Learn Cooking at Auray Gourmet

On Thursday, October 8, the proprietors of Auray Gourmet cheese shop and restaurant in Larchmont opened their doors to eighteen budding young chefs from Junior Girl Scout Troop 1825 of …read more…

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Juvenile Diabetes Spin-a-thon Braves Storm to Raise $13K

L Train’s 2nd annual “Crank up the Resistance” Spin-a-thon was held at the Larchmont Train station on October 17 despite the threatening weather. For over eight hours that day, the …read more…

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Mam'k Walking School Buses a Model at County Conference

Larchmont resident Kim Larsen, who chairs the Larchmont and Mamaroneck Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Committee, was a featured speaker at the October 16, 2009 SRTC conference hosted by the …read more…

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Mamaroneck 350 Rally Was One of Thousands World-Wide

On Saturday, October 24th, Mamaroneck’s 350 rally was one of 5200 actions which took place in 181 countries across the globe to demand a strong climate change treaty from the …read more…

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No Settlement in Race Case Against Matsumoto Restaurant

There has been no settlement in the federal civil rights suit against the manager and owners of Matsumoto Restaurant on behalf of Abby Brammer, a Larchmont African American teen, who …read more…

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Rag-A-Muffin Parade Postponed to Sunday, Oct 25

With rain predicted for Saturday, The Village of Larchmont has moved the Rag-A-Muffin Parade to Sunday, October 25. Otherwise, it’s same time, same place. The Halloween parade will begin organizing …read more…

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Tentative Budget Would Raise TOM Taxes 2.9%-TV

The tentative budget for 2010, described at the October 20 meeting of the Mamaroneck Town Board, would raise taxes 2.9% for residents of the unincorporated Town of Mamaroneck. Before adopting …read more…

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Mam’k Schools Brace for State Cuts, Celebrate AP Scholars

Local schools, municipalities, hospitals and political leaders are just learning of potential damage headed their way from $3B in mid-year cuts proposed last week by Governor David A. Paterson to …read more…

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Settlement May Require VOL & TOM to Create Affordable Housing

Under an agreement between Westchester County and federal government agencies, the Village of Larchmont, the Town of Mamaroneck and 29 other Westchester communities, will be asked to create inclusive and …read more…

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14-Point Safety Plan Proposed by Pine Brook Assoc.

Safety study for Pine Brook? An ad hoc group of residents pleaded with the Larchmont Board of Trustees on October 5 for a comprehensive, expert assessment of conditions in the …read more…

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Brownies Help Dedicate Constitution Gazebo

Brownie Troop 1832 braved cold rain to plant bulbs for spring blooming around the newly-rebuilt gazebo in Constitution Park on Sunday, October 18 before the gazebo’s dedication that afternoon. Brownies …read more…

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PR: Climate Change On The Beach: Oct 24

Are you concerned about climate change? Do you worry about what global warming means for you and your children? Would you like to tell the Copenhagen negotiators and Pres. Obama …read more…

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Let the Ghoul Times Roll at Central School’s Scare Fair: Oct 25

Leaves are gently falling, pumpkins and hay stacks are bountiful, colors are popping, witches are brewing and the chill in the air means just one thing: Central School’s biggest …read more…

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TOM Board Splits on Non-Union Raises

In a 3-2 vote at its October 7 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board approved 2.75% raises for its non-union managers and staff for 2009 retroactive to January 1. A split …read more…

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Schools Seek Input on New Supt Via Questionnaire & Focus Groups Nov 2,5

The Mamaroneck School Board will hold two open community focus groups on November 2nd and November 5th to hear what Larchmont-Mamaroneck residents have to say about the schools and the …read more…

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MHS Hispanics Attending College at High Rates

Increasingly, children of local Hispanic immigrants are thinking favorably about college, according to two guidance counselors running a college preparatory program at the Hispanic Resource Center (HRC).

The counselors, Larchmont …read more…

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