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.


Larchmont Life

It was a bit too early to be sipping coffee outdoors on Chatsworth Avenue this week, as a late-winter nor’easter dropped almost a …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

“Bare Bones” $22.1M School Bond Vote Will Be May 19

(March 12, 2009) “While the board members all still agree that each piece of the work proposed in the defeated bond is very important for the district, we also recognize …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Larchmont Year in Review: 1922

All things considered, after reviewing what has been accomplished for Larchmont during the past year and what is contemplated for the next year, it would seen as if our Village …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Computers are Instrumental as Students Make Music Like Pros

Some music students may associate the word ‘Nirvana’ with the legendary grunge band that had enormous impact on the rock music world in the 1980′s. For all music students, …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Pre-2009 Op-Ed Columns

October 30, 2007 Save Robo Calls for Emergencies

January 11, 2007 More, Faster Muni Info

October 17, 2006 Plea to Major News Outlets: Keep on the Local …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Biz Buzz: New in August

What’s happening along Larchmont’s Palmer and Post business districts this month?

Ribbon Cutting at My Essentials on July 31 Larchmont Mayor Liz Feld, My Essentials owner Charles Sorkin and Larchmont …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Local African-American Experience Includes “Shabby” History

photos by John Gitlitz

On January 20th, only hours before Barack Obama was installed as the first African-American president, the Local Summit hosted a program in Mamaroneck about the African-American …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Protected: Directions for Contributors

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

LMC-TV’s “Sunny” Award Goes to Gazette Founders

(reprinted from Larchmont Gazette’s Dec. 8, 2005 issue)

by Louise Lynch, LMC-TV Board Member

Publishers’ Note: Thanks to all from LMC-TV, Larchmont, Mamaroneck and beyond who …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Department Veteran Is New Larchmont Police Chief

Larchmont Village has a new police chief. John Poleway, a 14-year veteran of the Larchmont Police Department who was promoted to lieutenant on January 29, was promoted again – this …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Department Veteran Is New Larchmont Police Chief

by Judy Silberstein

(August 14, 2008) Larchmont Village has a new police chief. John Poleway, a 14-year veteran of the Larchmont Police Department who was …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Department Veteran Is New Larchmont Police Chief

Larchmont Village has a new police chief. John Poleway, a 14-year veteran of the Larchmont Police Department who was promoted to lieutenant on January 29, was promoted again – …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Pre-2009 Archives

The following links will take you to the “legacy” pages of the Gazette as they existed before our major overhaul in April, 2009.

News 2008 News 2007 …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

School Board Considers More Security – and More Costs

(January 4, 2007) More security – and more expenditures – are expected for Mamaroneck Schools, if suggestions from the district’s safety and security committees are included in the upcoming 2007-2008 …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Dreidel House – & Chabad Lubavitch – Come to Larchmont

A large spinning dreidel is the centerpiece in the window of Larchmont’s newest – and most fleeting — store. The Dreidel House, which will stay open only through December …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Fire Leaves Major Damage at 99-Year Old Clark Court Home

Photo by Sharon Keck

Firefighters quickly knocked out a smoky basement fire at 1 Clark Court late Monday evening, but the fire had already crept up through the …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Fire Damages Historic Larchmont Home

Contractors working on the roof of a historic house at 28 Linden Avenue set off a fire around 9:00 am on Saturday, December 17 that drew a speedy response …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Dionne Warwick to Deliver Keynote at King Celebration

– Will Sing With Granddaughter, Hommocks 6th Grader, Cheyenne Elliott

When the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Human Rights Commission hands out its annual Martin Luther King Jr. honors this …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Andrew Young Offers Human Rights Advice at MHS

by Amanda Hu

(December 7, 2003) “Andy has made history, and makes history, “ said Frank Ferrari, a member of the Human Rights Commission who was instrumental in …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare

Local Travelers Kidnapped and Robbed in South America

by Janet Lan and Judy Silberstein

(November 14, 2002 ) Local residents traveling to South America beware: violent crime is rampant and visitors to and from …read more…

PrintFriendlyTwitterGoogle GmailYahoo MailShare