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.


Register Now: Rec Soccer Expands Through High School

The Larchmont Junior Soccer League has opened its fall registration with two major changes. First, there will be a new Senior Division for players in the 10th, 11th and 12th …read more…

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Have A Used Bike to Donate?

That old bike gathering dust in your garage or basement could be put to good use in Central America or another part of the world.

Instead of throwing …read more…

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Lorenzen Field Slated for Makeover

The unveiling of a new site plan for Lorenzen Park attracted interest from the sports leagues at the April 27th meeting of the Larchmont Village Board, but there was only …read more…

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St. Vito Priest Again Charged With Sexual Abuse

A Mamaroneck Village priest arrested in December of 2008 was indicted on Thursday, April 30 and charged with three counts of sex abuse in the first degree and one count …read more…

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County Board Funds Flood Study For Mam’k

On Monday, April 27, the Westchester County Board approved funds to support a federal study to evaluate alternative solutions to reduce the impact of flooding in Mamaroneck Village and the …read more…

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McIntosh Is New HMX Assistant Principal

Mamaroneck Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried announced on Wednesday, April 29 that Edgar McIntosh, assistant principal at Central School, will take the place of Hommocks Assitant Principal Larry Keane, who will …read more…

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MHS Future Biz Leaders are State Champs Again

For the second year in a row, the Mamaroneck High School Future Business Leaders of America earned the highest honor in the state in the “Chapter of the Year” event …read more…

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MHS Top Students “Ambushed” by Honors

Mamaroneck High School announced that Andrew Katzenstein will be the valedictorian for the class of 2009, and Nifer Fasman will be salutatorian. The two, who have maintained the highest and …read more…

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Chatsworth Orchestra At All-Time High

The strings – violins, violas, cellos and a few bass fiddles – were on fire, on the move and out in force at the spring concert in the Chatsworth auditorium …read more…

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Girl Scout Drive Yields 2000 Items for Food Pantry

Also: Hunger Task Force President To Step Down

Editor’s Note: The Gazette has learned that Carol Cauley, who has headed up the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force for over a decade, …read more…

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New Teen Café Offers Zumba, Food & Boarding

More than 100 Mamaroneck High School students came out on Friday, April 24 for a new after-school café. On offer were free food, music, games and other activities, including Wii, …read more…

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Start Composting; Teach Composting

Saturday, May 2 at Saxon Woods Park from 9 am to 2 pm, Westchester County is giving away compost, providing free compost advice and selling compost bins at cut rates. In June, Larchmont’s Sheldrake Environmental Center is going an extra step and offering “train-the-trainer” classes for “environmental pioneers” willing to inspire others to compost and recycle. …read more…

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Local Expert Mixes It Up at “3 Women of the Bar”

Larchmont resident Colleen Mullaney has brought her sense of style to the bar. A former magazine editor and published author, Ms. Mullaney is an expert on all things chic, from …read more…

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Union Concessions Save Jobs as Schools Adopt $120.7M Budget

After more than two months of drafts, meetings and hearings, the Mamaroneck School Board adopted its budget for the 2009-2010 school year Tuesday night. The $120,695,077 budget will result in …read more…

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TOM Parking Plan Evolves; Still Controversial

The room was filled to the rafters for the Town of Mamaroneck Board meeting on Wednesday, April 21. On hand was a contingent of Mamaroneck Town firefighters, who were being …read more…

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One New Face, Two Incumbents Go for School Board

The Committee for the Selection of School Board Nominees for the Mamaroneck District, the volunteer group that screens and endorses candidates for the board, announced its nomination of incumbents Linnet …read more…

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“Mamaroneck Strip” Residents Seek Tax Relief

Four residents of the “Mamaroneck Strip” attended a work session with the Mamaroneck Town Board on April 21 to continue their quest for tax relief. Also at the session was …read more…

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LWV Forum Shows Ways to Shrink Carbon Big Foot

With this year’s Green Week focus on reducing the carbon footprint, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters’ forum called “Big Foot, Carbon and You” gave new focus to …read more…

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Teens Distribute Thousands of Clothes

On Saturday, April 18, several hundred local residents turned out to select gently used clothing being distributed by The Clothes Closet, an organization founded by Emma Loebel and Rebecca Ward, …read more…

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Local Municipalities Mark Green Progress

Results Vary From “Catching-Up” to Clearly Impressive Do you know the Town of Mamaroneck has what is believed to be the first garbage truck in the U.S. fueled by …read more…

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