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.


Superintendents Freeze Pay; HMX Trims Teams

The district is continuing to develop its budget in the face of shifting news from Albany and Washington. …read more…

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Murphy Might Run for Town Supervisor

The November elections are a looong way off, but already there are signs of an impending contested election for the position of Mamaroneck Town supervisor. “I haven’t totally made up …read more…

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Mayor’s House Is On the Market, But She’s Staying

This time the rumor is true: Mayor Liz Feld’s house at 39 Monroe Avenue is on the market. But no, the mayor is not leaving.

“Of course, I’m staying …read more…

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Town Fire Department Gets $215K Federal Grant

The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department (TMFD) will be receiving $214,838 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to purchase 20 Scott Air-Paks, equipment that protects firefighters from noxious fumes …read more…

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Eighth Graders Take On the Bard

On Friday, March 27th, the eighth graders from the Tiger Team at Hommocks Middle School performed scenes and monologues from Shakespeare’s plays. “It was a day of celebration …read more…

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Furniture Sharehouse County-Wide Drive: Ap 25

Award Ceremony on April 21 Also Celebrates 2nd Anniversary

What did you do to celebrate your second anniversary? Go out to dinner? Have a glass of bubbly? Collect used …read more…

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Families Ditch Cars for “Walking School Bus”

What’s a “walking school bus”? To find out, read more…

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“Walk to School Day” Gets Families Out of Cars

The streets of Larchmont were filled with children walking to Chatsworth Avenue School on “Walking School Bus” routes on Wednesday morning, March 25. The children carried bright …read more…

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“Spring,” Solo Exhibition at Mamaroneck Artists Guild

Spring, mixed media and encaustic on copper by Christine Shannon Aaron, is part of The Space Between, a solo exhibition at Mamaroneck Artists Guild from March 24 to …read more…

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VOL Tentative Budget Boosts Tax Rate 2.4%

Village of Larchmont’s tentative budget for 2009-2010, unveiled at the board’s March 18 meeting, comes with the smallest tax rate increase in recent years – 2.4%. In other responses to …read more…

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3 MHS Students To Compete at Intel Science Fair

Local students head to Reno for weeklong competetion in May. …read more…

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Workshop “Walks the Talk” in Larchmont’s Business District

by Helen Gates of the Rye YMCA

“Walking the talk” is exactly what took place at the Walkable Communities Workshop held on March 24th at the Larchmont Avenue Church. Moderated …read more…

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Continuing Ed Adds Classes in Response to Economy

by Donald M. Levin

Larchmont Mamaroneck Center for Continuing Education has responded to the challenging economic times by adding two classes to its career and finance section, …read more…

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TOM Considers Cement – Poured & Crumbling

At its March 18 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board took up two issues concerning concrete and announced the impending arrival of a second vegetable oil-powered garbage truck.

Concrete I: …read more…

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3 MHS Students Will Compete at Intel International Science Fair

Three out of the eight “individual project category” students chosen from Westchester and Putnam counties to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) are from Mamaroneck High …read more…

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Questions, Uncertainties: Schools Hold Extra Budget Hearings

Mamaroneck School Superintendent Paul Fried’s recommended budget has been out for only a week. Yet already it has generated dozens of comments and questions via email and at budget workshops …read more…

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The Lure of the Land

Larchmont artist Hilda Green Demsky takes her cues from nature. “Eternal Spring” of the Sheldrake River is part of an exhibit of her recent works at Sheldrake Environmental Center Monday …read more…

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Superintendent ‘s Budget Calls For Many Cuts, 4.28% Tax Hike

Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried’s recommended budget for 2009-2010 eliminates more than 47 positions and raises spending less than any such budget in recent times. The $120.4 million budget, …read more…

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Schools Foundation Gives $275K: SmartBoards to Smart Music

Thirty-Four Projects Will Impact All Six District Schools

On March 2, in the midst of a recession, the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation (MSF) announced its own economic stimulus: grant awards for …read more…

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New Rochelle Mayor Cites City Plans With Regional Effects

In accord with its conviction that the Larchmont/Mamaroneck community benefits from a safe, financially sound New Rochelle next door, the Local Summit invited New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson to address …read more…

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