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.


Shear Artistry Fights Cancer One Trim at a Time

Shear Artistry, a Larchmont hair salon, is asking patrons to do good while looking good in June. For each hair cut, the salon will make a contribution to an organization …read more…

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Olive Oil & Orchids Are New at Larchmont Farm Market

The Larchmont Farmers Market opened outdoors on May 30 with four new vendors, including Kontoulis Family Olive Oil, which is operated by a Larchmont resident. The Chatsworth Chimes, an a …read more…

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VOL Police Taking Kids to the Ball Game: June 20

The Larchmont Police Benevolent Association (PBA) is taking up to 100 local children to a day at the ball park on Saturday, June 20. The PBA is the union representing …read more…

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Political Newcomer is New VOL 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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Mayor Feld Announces Mandell is New VOL Trustee

Mayor Liz Feld issued the following release on Wednesday morning, June 3:

I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Josh Mandell as Trustee of the Village …read more…

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Three Teens Arrested in Manor Park Attack

(Updated: May 28, 2009) Larchmont Police Department detectives have arrested three youths in the May 8, 2009 assault against a Mamaroneck High School student near Manor Park. Read more…

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Murphy Resigns from VOM Board

Less than a week after withdrawing from the race for Town of Mamaroneck supervisor, Tom Murphy today announced he is stepping down from his Village of Mamaroneck trustee position as …read more…

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Larchmont Stockbroker Charged With Grand Larceny

A Larchmont stockbroker was arrested and charged with two counts of grand larceny by Mamaroneck Town Police on May 21.

Michael Mollin

Mike Mollin, 42, is the managing member …read more…

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Local Leaders Oppose State’s Consolidation Bill

Consolidation – an issue that last week appeared to be moving to the back burner of local politics — is now heating up in Albany. A bill (A08501) to simplify …read more…

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Oppenheimer Bills Would Ease Mandates on Schools

On Tuesday, May 26 New York State Senator Suzi Oppenheimer (D-Mamaroneck) announced the introduction of several bills aimed at providing much needed mandate relief for local school districts. The trio …read more…

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Some Progress, Some Setbacks: Principals Report on Goals

The nitty-gritty work of improving instruction for students in each of Mamaroneck’s six schools was on display at the school board’s May 26 meeting. This was a sequel to an …read more…

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John Whalen is VOL Police Officer of the Year

At an award ceremony before the May 21 Memorial Day parade, Chief John G. Poleway honored some of the members of the Larchmont Police Department for outstanding accomplishments in the …read more…

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Memorial Day Brings Out Crowds, Vets

The weather cooperated, the Brownies and Scouts were out in force, the fire engines and marching bands were in formation, and Larchmonters turned out for another fine Memorial Day parade …read more…

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Official Results Give Extra Support to Budget, Bond

”Minor arithmetic errors” and “a human recording error” were corrected in official results of the May 19 budget and bond vote released by the Mamaroneck School School district on …read more…

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Schools Foundation Bows to Economy But Meets Goals

The economic downturn loomed large in the planning for the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation spring fundraiser, but it did not keep the event from reaching its twin goals: raising around $80,000 …read more…

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Library Friends Add $25K For Children’s Room Redo

On May 12, 2009, at the annual meeting of the board of the Friends of the Larchmont Public Library, Board President Stanley Futterman presented a $25,000 check to Miriam Curnin …read more…

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Mam’k Power Girls U14 Clinch Tournament Title

The Mamaroneck Power Girls U 14 Soccer Team won the Premier Division title at the 18th Annual Oakwood Invitational tournament over Memorial Day weekend in Hartford, Connecticut. Played over a …read more…

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Seniors from Two Generations Meet at “Prom”

Two groups of seniors – those graduating from Mamaroneck High School in a few weeks and those who left school many decades ago – gathered for a “senior prom” of …read more…

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Annual Save the Children Tag Sale, May 30

Members of the Daum family are preparing for their 10th annual ‘Save The Children’ Tag Sale this May 30th, 2009. These tag sales have been held on the Daum front …read more…

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VOM Rape Suspect Under Arrest

Mamaroneck Village Police announced the arrest of Juan Antonio Hernandez, 30, a Mamaroneck Village resident, on a charge of rape in the second degree, a D felony.

Mr. Hernandez was …read more…

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