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 Residents Rally For Immigration Reform at Schumer’s Office

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A contingent of Mamaroneck residents were among more than 300 men, women and children from all over Westchester County who rallied in support of immigration reform outside Senator Charles Schumer’s …read more…

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Protesta por Inmigracion en Peekskill

Más de 300 hombres, mujeres y niños de todo el condado de Westchester asistieron a la concentración frente a la oficina del Senador Charles Schumer en Peekskill el sábado pasado. …read more…

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Mets Star Connects Via Fence With Larchmont Boy

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When Jason Bay moved to New York recently, he might have picked a gated community with long driveways leading to hidden houses. Instead, the Mets outfielder picked the Village of …read more…

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Over 60? You Don't Have to Leave Home to Get Help

You don’t have to be that old to need help staying in your home – and the sooner you figure out how to get that help, the easier it will …read more…

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Dutch Elm Disease Fells Tree in Turtle Park

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Local residents value their trees, as was evidenced by last week’s Arbor Day celebration and the announcement that Larchmont has been named a “Tree City USA for the 29th consecutive …read more…

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MHS Student Chosen as International Science Finalist - Again

Mamaroneck High School senior Jack Miller is having quite a year: He’s already been recognized as captain of the varsity football and wrestling teams and was named Con Edison’s “athlete …read more…

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Larchmont Salon Owner is Red Cross "Community Hero"

Gisele Guerrero, owner of Gisele’s Salon on Larchmont Avenue, will receive an award for her Good Samaritan work at the ninth annual American Red Cross, Westchester Chapter’s “Community of Heroes” …read more…

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Video: MHS Boys Lax Starts Fast Against Hastings

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The Mamaroneck High School boys lacrosse team got a fast start against Hastings at Flint Park’s turf field on Thursday, April 28. They never let up. The final score: Mamaroneck …read more…

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“Night in Casablanca” to Raise Funds for Schools: May 15

The Mamaroneck Schools Foundation will be channeling Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Casablanca this year for a fundraiser that promises to turn the Orienta Beach Club into Rick’s Café Americain …read more…

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Registration Open for Spina Softball: Murder Remains Unsolved

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The Second Annual Stephen Spina Softball Classic will be held July 17-18 at Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck. The tournament, organized by Spina’s family and friends, was established in memory …read more…

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Photography Workshop Peeks Into “Unseen Larchmont”

Photographer Ellen Martin: LYC En Plein Air

Originally formed in 2009, The Larchmont Photography Workshop began when students in Palmer Davis’ continuing education class, “Photography: Inspiration and Vision,” asked for a venue to continue their study. The …read more…

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Summery Heat Doesn’t Stop Sheldrake’s Spring Festival

It felt like a hot summer day, but that didn’t stop more than 300 people from coming out to enjoy the Sheldrake Environmental Center’s Spring Festival on Sunday, May 1.

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Larchmont Village Final Budget Hikes Taxes 2.83%

The Village of Larchmont has received Moody’s highest bond rating. That was the good news at the Larchmont Village Board on Monday, April 26. Less happily, the board approved the …read more…

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New Schools Superintendent to Earn $260,500

Mamaroneck’s incoming schools superintendent will get a raise from his old job, but will receive slightly less than the person he is replacing.

The Mamaroneck School District’s contract with its …read more…

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MHS Students Still Working to Get Tenure for Teacher

Tenure decisions will be announced at the May 11 meeting of the Mamaroneck School Board. Forty-nine staff members are eligible, according to a list obtained by the Gazette through a …read more…

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Pedestrians Hit Crossing Larchmont Avenue

Two Mamaroneck Town women were hit by a car as they were crossing Larchmont Avenue at Willow Avenue at around 9:15 pm on Tuesday, April 26, according to a release …read more…

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Local Expo Raises Eco-Awareness

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Many of them had never heard of “fracking”, or what it could do to New York’s drinking water. Most of them weren’t active organic gardeners, nor did they have plans …read more…

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FBLA Wins State Chapter of the Year for Third Time

Ben Silverstein (center) is installed as recorder of New York State FBLA.

If the third time is a charm, then the Mamaroneck High School FBLA has just charmed New York State. For the third year in a row, the Mamaroneck High School …read more…

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High School Students Distribute Mountain of Clothes

In their second annual community Clothes Closet, Mamaroneck High School students displayed and gave away even more items than they had in 2009 at the CAP Center in …read more…

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MHS Seniors Do Urinetown: Satire + Conservation

Mamaroneck High School’s senior class presented the musical Urinetown last weekend with a cast of 71 actors, 4 musicians and 6 stage hands.

Urinetown is not an obvious choice for …read more…

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