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.


Murphy Drops Out of Supervisor Race

Tom Murphy announced on Friday, May 22 that he was dropping out of the race for supervisor in the Town of Mamaroneck.

He issued the following brief comment by …read more…

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Three Teens Face Felony Charges for Manor Park Assault

(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.

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Park Attack May Have Occurred Before Police Called

More details are emerging from unofficial sources about the timing and cause of an altercation that led to an MHS junior having his jaw broken in Manor Park on …read more…

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VOL Trustee Leaves to Join US Treasury

Jim Millstein has resigned from the Larchmont Village Board as of Sunday, May 17 to join the United States Treasury Department as its “Senior Restructuring” officer. Friday, May …read more…

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Larchmont Native To Head Centers for Disease Control

The Obama administration has recruited another Larchmonter to fill a critical post. Thomas Frieden, who grew up in Larchmont, is leaving his current position as head of New York City’s …read more…

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School Chairs Reveal Work Behind the Teaching

Establishing benchmarks for music, determining essential skills for different levels of English, refining syllabi for Regents science courses and addressing the challenge of teaching ideas and not just assigning tasks. …read more…

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Chamber Finds Affordable Health Coverage

Larchmont businesses will be able to purchase health insurance coverage for as little as $355.67 a month for their employees, thanks to a new plan provided by the Larchmont Chamber …read more…

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Archie Proposes – to Whom?

Archie is proposing to Veronica. Or is it Betty?

If you have to ask, “Archie who?” this story may not be for you.

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LMC-TV Unveils New Production Studio

Larchmont Mamaroneck Community Television (LMC-TV) unveiled a new more spacious Studio Two at 145 Library Lane on Friday, May 8. The recently renovated 1400 square foot studio opened to cheers …read more…

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“New Jew” Found Way in Larchmont

Sally Srok Friedes lived in Larchmont for several years. Little did she know then that that time would be one of the most important in her life. It was in …read more…

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Group to Help Local Seniors Remain in Their Homes

At Home on the Sound, a new, grassroots, not-for-profit organization, plans to be in operation in January next year, helping many of this area’s seniors live out their lives in …read more…

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Mamaroneck School Budget & Bond Pass 2-1

Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Paul Fried got a double birthday present on Tuesday, May 19: voters approved both the $121 million budget and the $22.1 million bond by a 2 to …read more…

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Mamaroneck School Budget & Bond Pass

Voters approved the Mamaroneck School District’s budget for 2009-2010. Voters also backed a $22.1 million “bare bones” bond for replacing boilers and making other building repairs. Read more…

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Rye Neck H.S. May Have Been Original Site of Planned Fight

“There was supposed to be a fight at Rye Neck last Friday,” said Rye Neck Schools Superintendent Dr. Peter Mustich on Thursday, May 13.

The district had learned of a …read more…

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More Questions Answered about the School Budget

A recent district-wide mailing provided new budget details for Mamaroneck residents to absorb as they prepare to vote on the school budget and bond on Tuesday, May 19. But the …read more…

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Governor Taps Cherkasky to Restore Integrity Commission

Michael Cherkasky, a Larchmont resident and former federal prosecutor, is once again being tapped to straighten out a high-profile mess. This time, Mr. Cherkasky has been asked by Governor David …read more…

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Record Number of MHS Seniors to Play College Sports

The number of Mamaroneck High School seniors going on to play college sports is more than six times higher than usual. The Mamaroneck Schools announced a list …read more…

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Grassroots Effort to Save Coop Camp Raises $52K; $13K to Go

A fundraising initiative to save the Coop Camp at the Hommocks and Mamaroneck Avenue Schools has yielded $52,000 in less than three weeks. (See: Gazette Will Match Coop Camp …read more…

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Thirty-Six Receive Tenure in Mamaroneck Schools

It was a night to celebrate for the 36 administrators, teachers, and staff member who received tenure at the Mamaroneck School Board meeting on Tuesday, May 12.

Assistant principals from …read more…

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