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.


Growing the Flamingo Flock for Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink flamingos will be returning next month to lawns and store windows in southern Westchester to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) and to support the Hadassah Medical …read more…

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Missing From MHS Class of ’59? 50th Reunion Approaches

Emails have been flying back and forth among members of the Mamaroneck High School Class of 1959, which is preparing for its 50th reunion on Friday, October 9th and Saturday, …read more…

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Taxpayers Relief Party endorses “Unification Slate” in VOM

The “Unification Slate” has once again been endorsed for the Village of Mamaroneck November 3rd election with the filing by the TAXPAYERS RELIEF PARTY of their petitions with the Westchester …read more…

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Plans Unveiled for Palmer Avenue Upgrade

At long last, Larchmont is moving ahead on a renovation of Palmer Avenue. At its August 10 meeting, the Larchmont Village Board reviewed preliminary plans for Palmer; approved a resolution …read more…

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Will Westchester Housing Lawsuit Hit Larchmont?

Will a proposed settlement between the federal government and Westchester County over affordable housing impact Larchmont? “I think we have to wait and see exactly how the legislature handles it,” …read more…

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TOM Nixes Parking on Maxwell, Requires Key Boxes

The Mamaroneck Town Board held two public hearings, passed two new laws and tabled another for two months at its August 12 meeting. Supervisor Valerie O’Keeffe also reported, briefly, on …read more…

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$10K Reward For Info on Spina Murder

The family and friends of Stephen Spina, the Mamaroneck man found murdered in his Mamaroneck Village apartment in 2007, is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest …read more…

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Have You Seen This Dog?

Marco, a 12-pound poodle-Jack Russell terrier mix, has gone missing, and his heartbroken owner has asked the Gazette for help in finding him.

On August 1, Gerson Lopez …read more…

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Library Children’s Room Reaches Fund Raising Goal

The thermometer on the lawn of the Larchmont Library now celebrates the good news: the Children’s Room Renovation fundraising goal of $2.7 million has been reached, thanks to the generous …read more…

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Stay-cation II: Five-Part Fun at Robert Moses State Park and Fire island

Longing to be at the ocean but not in the mood to laze on a beach all day? By driving a mere twenty minutes past Jones Beach to Robert Moses …read more…

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Stay-cation III: Turn Your Backyard Into a Fountained Getaway

If you’re home in Larchmont this August with no tickets to Europe, you can still get a snapshot of you in front of a fanciful fountain. It won’t be Trevi, …read more…

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Pixel Sailors Debut at Green Fleet Regatta

Pixels – not the photo kind, the sailboat kind – competed for the first time in the Larchmont Shore Club’s annual Green Fleet Regatta. Novice level sailors ages 11 to …read more…

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Parking Deck Opens; Board Passes Tow Law

Parking and consolidation occupied the biggest chunks of the Mamaroneck Town Board’s agenda on Wednesday, July 8. Following the meeting, the board announced that the long-awaited opening of the Myrtle …read more…

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Larchmont Artist’s Work to Hang in National Portrait Gallery

Larchmont artist Patricia Horing is to have a painting shown at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Her work is one of 49 finalists, out of 3,300 entries, …read more…

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Senator Oppenheimer: Leadership in Difficult Times

On Sunday, July 12th, Senator Suzi Oppenheimer (D-Mamaroneck) delivered the keynote address at the New York State Rural Schools Association (“RSA”) annual conference in Cooperstown, New York. Speaking on the …read more…

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Proyecto Madres: Changing Women’s Lives For Two Years

Ask any of the two dozen Latino women assembled at the Mamaroneck CAP Center on June 22. They’ll tell you how Proyecto Madres, the CAP Center support group whose second …read more…

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MHS Student Takes A National FBLA Prize

Ben Silverstein, a rising junior at Mamaroneck High School, won a third place at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California in June. Ben …read more…

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Arts, Big Trucks & Safety Mix at Autumn Community Day: Sept 26

On September 26th, Larchmont Avenue will be closed for the first-ever Autumn Community Day. From 12 to 3 pm, residents will be able to move from one festival to another …read more…

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MHS Could Have Turf Field by Fall 2010

A new, synthetic turf field funded through a public-private partnership could be installed at Mamaroneck High School as early as Labor Day 2010. That was the surprise news at the …read more…

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