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.


Local Authors Featured in Westchester Review Vol. 3

The 2009 issue of The Westchester Review, a literary magazine whose editors and writers include many Larchmont and Mamaroneck residents, was given an enthusiastic launch on Sunday afternoon, April 19, …read more…

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Local Sponsors Bring Smokey Joe to MHS

Smokey Joe’s CafĂ©, the Broadway rock musical, made a detour to Mamaroneck High School on April 3, courtesy of Marty and John Farris and Kate and David Kies of Mamaroneck. …read more…

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MHS Choir Sings for Sarah Neuman Seniors

On Monday, April 20, the Mamaroneck High School Vocal Ensemble performed for the residents at the Sarah Neuman Center in a concert sponsored by the Larchmont Knights of Columbus Council …read more…

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Kemper Memorial Goes Green

Veteran Burt Corwin and MHS student Vanessa Zapata combine forces to plant red, white and blue pansies at the Kemper Memorial. They were participating in a Green Week celebration …read more…

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MHS Team Now in Finals of NY Federal Reserve Econ Contest

UPDATE MAY 7, 2009: After advancing to the finals, the MHS team came in second.

According to a release from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York , a Mamaroneck …read more…

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More Events Sprout at Green Week 2009

For 2009, Green Week activities and celebrations are aimed at “reducing the carbon footprint.” There will be opportunities to attend educational forums, workshops and events aimed to educate and …read more…

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Stimulus Funds Lighten School Budget Burdens

Positions Restored and Tax Increase Lowered

The mood at the April 14 Mamaroneck School Board meeting was markedly brighter than in recent weeks. Superintendent Paul Fried presented his revised recommended …read more…

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TOM Parking Plans Spark Controversy

Much of the Mamaroneck Town Board’s agenda for April 1 was pushed to the backburner as the issue of parking, especially in the Washington Square area, monopolized most of the …read more…

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VOL Prelim Budget Keeps 2.44% Tax Hike

Swearing in the newly elected Village officials and presenting the 2009-2010 Preliminary Budget were the highlights of the April 14 Village of Larchmont Board meeting.

Village Justice Thea Beaver (after …read more…

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Larchmont Girl Born in Phelps Parking Lot

At 2:37 am today, baby Maya Obe came into the world in the parking lot just outside the Medical Services Building at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center. With mother Rie Obe …read more…

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MHS Musical Is All About Change: Footloose!

The cast of Footloose gets ready for opening night. Photo by Fred Levine.

Change is in the air! For starters Ren, a big city kid, had to move from …read more…

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Picasso Prints On View/On Sale in Larchmont

Corrida En Arles, 1951. Aquatint and scraper on Montal laid paper.

Larchmont art lovers will be afforded an intimate view of Pablo Picasso prints at PGartventure …read more…

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LHS House Tour Tells “Stories in Stone”: Ap 26

1 Cedar Island: all illustrations by Phyllis Tarlow

Given the architectural richness of the community, “Built to Last: Stories in Stone” is an apt title for this year’s Larchmont …read more…

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Local Lyricist Asks: Do You Know Raoul Wallenberg?

During World War II, Raoul Wallenberg saved more lives than any individual, organization, or government. Yet many people don’t even know his name.

Now a brand new dramatic musical, “Wallenberg,” …read more…

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Denim & Diamonds To Sparkle at MSF Gala

The birds are chirping, the crocuses are budding and Mother Nature is taking off her winter coat -which means it’s time for the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation’s annual spring fundraiser.

Denim …read more…

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Hike-a-thon to Benefit Kids for World Health: Ap 26

Kids For World Health (KFWH), a local organization dedicated to helping eliminate the world’s most neglected diseases, is holding a Hike-A-Thon on Sunday, April 26 from 1-4 pm at …read more…

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Gazette’s New Look for Spring

Notice anything different?

Larchmont Gazette publishers Paula Eisenberg and Judy Silberstein

This week, we’re introducing a whole new design and under-the-hood functionality for the Gazette. While most sections you’re …read more…

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“In Spring” is Tribute to Hope: April 18

It’s been a long, hard winter and a hard won spring.

One Larchmont resident believes it’s time for people to come together, and through talent and artistry, elevate the communal …read more…

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Find Your Voice on the New Gazette

The Gazette isn’t a blog, but we do now offer a popular blogging feature: comments.

On most of our articles, you’ll be able to leave a comment, reply to other …read more…

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MHS Musical, Footloose, Is All About Change

The cast of Footloose gets ready for opening night. Photo by Fred Levine.

Change is in the air! For starters Ren, a big city kid, had to move from …read more…

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