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.


Army Corps Seeks Public Input on Flood Study: Meeting on June 22

Are you a resident, landlord, business owner, public official or concerned member of the public who has been impacted by flooding in the Village of Mamaroneck? Or do you or …read more…

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Oil Spill Vigil Held at Mamaroneck Harbor

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Children playing on the beach at Mamaroneck Village’s Harbor Island on Tuesday, June 8 were a poignant reminder that the Sound Shore has been spared the destruction being visited upon …read more…

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Five Friends Painting for 20 Years Yields LMC-TV Art Show

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When Shari Schwarz took the stage last month at the Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck, partly it was to accept LMC-TV’s Best New Series award for her fledgling show, Shari’s Art …read more…

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Larchmont Power Surges at Whitewater Soccer Cup

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The Larchmont Power, a girls’ 12 and under team in the Westchester Youth Soccer League, completed a “perfect” tournament season by winning the Whitewater Cup in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania over …read more…

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Chatsworth Walk to School Week Has Hundreds Pounding Pavement

Almost 300 Chatsworth students walked or biked to school each day during the Mamaroneck School District’s Spring Walk to School Week from May 17-21. Dry, mild weather and a new …read more…

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Mamaroneck Schools Suspend Bus Driver Accused of Molestation

A Mamaroneck School District bus driver was arrested by Mamaroneck Village police on Thursday, May 27 and charged with “sexual conduct against a child in the first degree,” a class …read more…

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Mamaroneck Town OKs $1.5M for Water Projects, $1.1M for Duck Pond

At a relatively brief meeting on June 2, the Mamaroneck Town Board approved a $1.5 million bond resolution for improvements to its water transmission systems and accepted the low bid …read more…

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School Board Hears Progress Across District and in Each School

Notwithstanding the many meetings devoted to the school budget this year, school administrators have continued to work on improving teaching and learning. That was apparent at the June 1 school …read more…

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Local Summit Taps Three For Its Board

Three new members were voted to the board of directors of the Local Summit at its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 25th: Sabrina Fiddelman, John Gitlitz, and Emmy-Lou Sleeper. The …read more…

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Larchmont “Karate Kid” Heads to Hollywood for Movie Premiere

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Danny Etkin, a Murray Avenue fourth grader, has been winning gold medals and giant trophies for his karate skills for over three years. But now he is heading to …read more…

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Memorial Day All-Star Games: Softball to Remember.

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The girls of the Larchmont Mamaroneck Little League and the Babe Ruth League kicked off the “unofficial start of summer” with exhibition softball games to honor the citizens …read more…

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Obsessed by Racing? Larchmont-based Reporter Debuts Motor-Racing Novel

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Ever since I read my first novel as a boy in the fifties — The Racer by Swiss veteran Hans Ruesch — I’ve been obsessed with racing and the rare …read more…

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Teens for the Community Praised for Their Volunteering

On Wednesday, June 2, Teens For the Community (TFC) held its annual awards ceremony at the headquarters for Chabad of Larchmont and Mamaroneck. A sizeable crowd was in attendance to …read more…

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13-Year-Old Tigers are Champs in 2010 Westchester Tourney

The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Babe Ruth League’s Tiger team for 13-year-olds was crowned champion of the 2010 Westchester Baseball Classic Tournament in Scarsdale on Sunday, May 30th.

In pool play, the Tigers …read more…

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Rain Fails to Stop Larchmont Police Awards & Memorial Parade

Village of Larchmont Memorial Day Parade:

Neither the crowds nor the marchers were daunted by the thunder and rain that threatened the start of the Larchmont Memorial Day Parade at 7 pm on Thursday, May 27.

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Boosters Aim to Revive 8 Mamaroneck Teams With Raffle for Anaheim Trip

When eight teams were eliminated from the Mamaroneck School District athletic program during recent budget cuts, it took a few weeks for the news to sink in.

Many families didn’t …read more…

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Progressives Argue for Property Tax Reform, Not Caps

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Tax reforms rather than tax caps are the solution to burdensome property taxes, according to the featured speaker at the Property Tax Reform Teach-in organized by Westchester for Change and …read more…

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New Music by Master and Students Debuts at Mamaroneck HS

“The MHS orchestra is having a very interesting and unique project going on during the month of May with Jon Deak, of the New York Philhamonic,” advised Alex Romanov, the …read more…

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Girl Scouts Help Clothe Kids to Earn Silver Award

Eight girls of Cadette Girl Scout Troop 2522 will soon have reason to celebrate. On June 7th the girls from Larchmont and Mamaroneck will receive the Silver Award, the highest …read more…

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Larchmont Second Grader Qualifies for Golf World Championship

Alice Hodge – LPGA pro-in-training and seven years old – has worked hard on her game to accomplish something huge. She recently qualified to play in one of the biggest …read more…

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