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.


Scouts Dedicate Bench to Murdered Dad: Postponed to June 24

The murder of Stephen Spina remains unsolved, but the Mamaroneck man has not been forgotten. The Girl Scouts of Mamaroneck and Larchmont will honor his memory at a bench dedication …read more…

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MHS Baseball Champs Again

The Mamaroneck High School (MHS) varsity baseball team clinched the New York State AA Championship in Binghamton for the second consecutive year, defeating Massapequa 4-3 in the semi-finals, followed by …read more…

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VOL Settles Contract with Police

Larchmont’s Village Board and the union representing Larchmont’s police officers have come to an agreement on an employment contract. The previous contract with the Larchmont Police Benevolent Association (PBA) expired …read more…

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Fundraising Fully Restores Coop Camp

A grass-roots initiative has succeeded in raising sufficient funds to fully restore summer educational and recreational programs in Mamaroneck for elementary and middle school students.

Cuts to the Coop Camp …read more…

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MHS Baseball Team Goes to State Finals

(UPDATE: June 13, 2009) The Tigers won the state championship for the second year in a row. See: Tigers Win.

For the second consecutive year, the Mamaroneck High School …read more…

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MHS Student’s Play To Be Performed on Broadway

Madeline Hendricks, a Mamaroneck High School senior, has won the Fidelity FutureStage Playwriting contest. Now she is headed to Broadway’s Imperial Theatre on June 15 to see her play produced …read more…

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“Sticker Shock” Aims to Cut Teen Access to Alcohol

About a dozen Mamaroneck High School students, accompanied by the MHS social worker Helene Fremder, spent several hours this week visiting area stores and placing stickers on multi-packs of alcoholic …read more…

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Graduates Leave Colorful Legacy in Chatsworth Cafeteria

Chatsworth Elementary School’s graduating class of fifth graders is leaving a colorful and thoughtful legacy – a collection of murals painted directly onto the walls of the lower-level cafeteria.

The …read more…

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Larchmonter Reinstalled to Head Westchester Hadassah

Karen Everett of Larchmont was reinstalled as the president of the Westchester Region of Hadassah for the final year of a three-year term, on Sunday, May 17th, at the Hadassah …read more…

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Artists Inspired by Fragments & Spirals

Fragments and Spirals are the themes of the current exhibitions at the Mamaroneck Artists Guild. This Saturday, June 13th from 2 to 4 pm the artists will be at the …read more…

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Two Senators for Mamaroneck?

New York Senator Pedro Espada, Jr. represents a Bronx district, but is his primary residence on East 201st Street., where he owns an apartment, or on Beechwood Drive in Mamaroneck …read more…

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Op-Ed: Starting Forward

Larchmont Gazette’s June 4th editorial entitled “Stop Stalling on Consolidation” asserts that the Village of Larchmont’s Board has been “stalling on a merger of the tax rolls.” That is …read more…

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Mayor Picks Political Newcomer as Trustee

Mayor Liz Feld has selected a financial investor and political newcomer, Josh Mandell, to fill the vacancy on the Village Board of Trustees left by the departure of Jim Millstein …read more…

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Special Ed PTA Awards 12 Grants

This spring, SEPTA (the Mamaroneck-Larchmont Special Education Parent Teacher Association) awarded twelve grants totaling over $4,000 for the 2009-2010 school year.

SEPTA’s main fundraising efforts include membership dues, donations, …read more…

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Three Incumbents, No Challengers Announce for Town Board

Three incumbents – Valerie O’Keeffe, Ernie Odierna and Nancy Seligson – are running for re-election on the Mamaroneck Town Board – at this point without opposition.

Valerie O’Keeffe, 66, announced …read more…

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District Reaching Goals in Math & Literacy

“It has been a banner year,” exclaimed School Board President Linnet Tse at the June 2 study session that featured central staff reporting on goals achieved across the district. Having …read more…

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Editorial: Stop Stalling on Consolidation

Consolidation of services is now a buzzword embraced by all politicians. Locally there has been some progress – this year there was a merger of the senior programs for Mamaroneck …read more…

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Original Science Research Shines at MHS

“You don’t have to be a science geek,” to participate in OSR,” said Jade Mandel, a Mamaroneck High School senior presenting her project on motives behind teens’ clothing purchases at …read more…

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Local Summit Elects Chapnick & Berridge Co-Presidents

The Local Summit has established a co-presidency and elected Elaine Chapnick and Mary Lee Berridge, both of Larchmont, to fill the positions. Ms. Berridge led the organization as coordinator …read more…

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MHS Class Mixes Physics & Helping Malawi Farmers

When a conceptual physics class at Mamaroneck High School covers the physics of peanut shellers, the students’ eyes light up and each clamors for a chance to speak. It’s not …read more…

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