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 Doctor Helps Mount Vernon Kids Get to Kenya

It all began last year with 16 fifth and sixth graders at Longfellow Elementary School who take part in the O Ambassador Club, created by Oprah’s Angels Network and …read more…

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Sheldrake Camp Offers Lower Cost Options in Down Economy

With the economy in the doldrums, the Sheldrake Environmental Center announced this week that it is modifying its summer program for children to “accommodate the needs of the members of …read more…

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Larchmont Chamber Gets Professionals Talking

On June 22, Larchmont professionals gathered at Tequila Sunrise for the first of what they hope will be a regular Larchmont Chamber of Commerce feature: an opportunity to share business …read more…

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KRS Krusaders Are LL Blue Division Champs

The KRS Krusaders concluded a 17-1 season on Wednesday, June 17 by winning the Larchmont Mamaroneck Little League Blue Divison with an exciting 5-3 victory in game two of the …read more…

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Tigers Win LMLL Majors Division

On Saturday June 20 the National League Champion Tigers defeated the American League Champion Rockingstone Advisors 2-1 in the third and deciding game of the championship series to become the …read more…

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Panthers Fall to Albertson in State Cup

The Mamaroneck Panthers, a U-18 all-star team composed mostly of players from Mamaroneck, Larchmont, Rye, Rye Neck and Somers, competed in the finals of the New York East State Cup …read more…

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Little League Honors 2 Players, 2 Coaches & 2 Umps

On Friday June 19, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Little League presented its annual Daniel Marcus Sportsmanship awards in a ceremony at Lorenzen Field. The only individual player awards presented by the LMLL, …read more…

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MHS Baseball Champs Victory Parade Photos

Photographer: David Fishman

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Local Area “Incubator” of Teen Alcohol & Drug Use?

Mamaroneck and Larchmont can be considered a virtual breeding ground for youthful alcohol and drug abuse based on two addiction markers, the Local Summit learned at its meeting June …read more…

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Rye Neck Resident Chosen for Mam’k Village Board

Nicholas Allison, a political newcomer who works on Wall Street for a financial utility, will fill the vacancy on the Mamaroneck Village Board of Trustees created when Tom Murphy …read more…

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Rockefeller Awards Go to Lauren Stelluti and Audrey Pincus; 19 Retire

In keeping with recent tradition, the June 16 meeting of the Mamaroneck School Board was celebratory and festive. Nineteen retirees were honored, and graduating seniors Lauren Stelluti and …read more…

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NY Senate Suffers From Lack of Lt. Governor

At least part of the current deadlock, confusion and uproar reigning in Albany might have been avoided if New York State were not missing its lieutenant governor, who in the …read more…

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Father & Daughter Unicycling 100 Miles To Build Schools

If you’ve spotted a man and young woman riding around town on unicycles, don’t be alarmed: the circus is not invading. The two riders are Larchmont residents Philip Wharton and …read more…

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Op-Ed: Drugs In Our Parks?

This week a neighbor found a zip lock bag tossed into her bushes. At first she thought she’d just …read more…

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Larchmont’s Carol Cauley in Running to Represent Mets

Carol Cauley, 56, a Larchmont resident and president of the Hunger Task Force, is one of three finalists selected to represent the Mets in the “All-Star Among Us” campaign sponsored …read more…

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Seligson Honored as Environmentalist

Town of Mamaroneck Councilwoman Nancy Seligson received an individual Green Seal Award from the The Federated Conservationists of Westchester County (“FCWC”) at its 44th annual meeting on June 4. Ms. …read more…

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MHS Runners on Fast Track

Anima Banks, a freshman at Mamaroneck High School, finished in ninth place in the 800 meters at the New York State track and field championships on June 13, with a …read more…

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FASNY Graduates Its First 12th Grade Class

For the first time since its inception, the French-American School of New York has graduated a class of twelfth graders. On Sunday, June 14, 23 members of the Class of …read more…

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44 MHS College-Bound Seniors Get Student Aid Awards

On Monday, June 15, 44 Mamaroneck High School seniors received awards from the Mamaroneck-Larchmont Student Aid Fund, the largest number of recipients in recent memory.

“With the economic downturn, the …read more…

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Mam’k Rallies Behind Teen With Cancer: Spaghetti Dinner June 26

The volunteers of St. Vito’s CYO Basketball and the Village of Mamaroneck Fire Department have joined forces to help Carlo Balsamo, a Rye Neck teen diagnosed with an aggressive form …read more…

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