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.


Kids for World Health Working on 5th African Clinic: May 23

Imagine being a patient who needs an operation, only to find a shortage of equipment and medicines to ensure a safe outcome? That’s the predicament Kids for World Health will …read more…

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Larchmont Starts Implementing Consolidation Study Ideas

At their May 10 public meeting, the Larchmont Village Board pledged immediate action on the first two recommendations of the Tri-Municipal Report on Consolidation and Shared Services Task Force, …read more…

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Larchmont Umbrella Sales, OK; Banners & Street Closings, Maybe Not

A good portion of the Monday, May 10 meeting of the Larchmont Village Board focused on local businesses. Responding to concerns and complaints about the look of Larchmont’s many empty …read more…

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Tenure Goes to 46, Schools Pick Virgin Rubber for New Field

At its May 11 meeting, the Mamaroneck School Board selected “virgin rubber” as infill for the high school’s new artificial turf field and considered whether and how to charge fees …read more…

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MHS English Teacher Resigns Despite Student Support

Despite the strenuous advocacy of her students, Mamaroneck High School English teacher Jennifer Rosenzweig was not on a list of staff recommended for tenure by the superintendent. The list, …read more…

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Bob Cohen to Challenge Suzi Oppenheimer for NY Senate

Bob Cohen

In one of the races that will determine whether or not the GOP retakes control of the New York State Senate this November, Scarsdale resident Bob Cohen, 55, has been …read more…

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Larchmont Stockbroker Admits Theft; Will Repay $240,000

Larchmont stock broker Michael Mollin, 42, plead guilty on Tuesday, May 10 to grand larceny in the second degree, a felony. According to the Westchester County District Attorney’s office, he …read more…

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Hampshire Members Vote To Sell Club

Current members of the Hampshire Country Club in Mamaroneck voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday, May 10 to approve the sale of the club to NWR Acquisitions, LLC, for $12.1 million, according …read more…

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9 Nominees Vie for 9 Selection Committee Seats

This week, the Committee for the Selection of Mamaroneck School Board Nominees announced its slate of candidates nominated to fill three-year terms on the committee itself. In recent years, …read more…

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Mummas: His & Her Larchmont Trustees Honored For Years of Service

Both Richard and Mary Ann Mumma were trustees on the Larchmont Village Board, he in the 70s, she in the late 90s. Both have volunteered in numerous other capacities since …read more…

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Elaine Weingarten Appointed Director of At Home on the Sound

Aging-in-Place Organization to Begin Operations June 1

At Home on the Sound, a grassroots effort to help Larchmont and Mamaroneck residents stay in their own homes as they grow older, …read more…

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MHS Students Jam For Sudan

The bands and the fans braved the cold – and later the dark – to perform and cheer at Jam for Sudan, a fundraiser hosted by the Mamaroneck High School …read more…

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MHS Alumni Help Today's Seniors Go To College

The Mamaroneck High School Class of ’59, which had its 50th reunion last October, was trying to decide on a class gift. And the 73-year-old Mamaroneck-Larchmont Student Aid Fund was …read more…

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Girls Go for Blue Hair from Cindy's to Support Cancer Research

Cindy Vucetovic of Cindy’s Hair Studio at 137 Mamaroneck Avenue in Mamaroneck Village first met Nancy Joselson, executive director of Pediatric Cancer Foundation (PCF) at the salon. They connected instantly …read more…

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“Bridges” Honors Jill Martin for Work in Nicaragua & Westchester

Larchmont resident Jill Martin was honored last week for her long service to Bridges to Community, a Westchester-based non-profit that takes volunteers to rural Nicaragua to work on development projects.

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Water Rates to Rise 18% in Mamaroneck Town

At its May 5 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board voted to increase water rates and approve changes for construction of a multi-story apartment building that has been under consideration for …read more…

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Hampshire Club To Be Sold to Private Firm

The membership of the Hampshire Country Club has been called to a meeting on Tuesday, May 11 to approve the sale of the 116 acre golf club to NWR Acquisitions, …read more…

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School Board Hears More on Teacher Tenure & Turf

Students continued to advocate for their teacher and board continued to consider the specifics of a turf field to be installed at the high school. Those were a few of …read more…

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Students Protest To Support Their Teacher's Tenure

MHS students protested in favor of granting tenure to English teacher Jennifer Rosenzweig. Photo by  Eloise  . Click for larger view.

More than 50 Mamaroneck High School students staged a protest outside the superintendent’s office during lunch on Friday, April 30 in another attempt to secure tenure for their English teacher, …read more…

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Army Corps to Re-Examine Mamaroneck Flood Control

Based on a release from the office of Westchester County Legislator Judy Myers

A hard driving rain that filled many a local basement on Monday, May 3 was a fitting …read more…

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