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.


Contractor Nabs Larchmont Manor Burglary Suspect

An alert window restorer who detected an apparent burglary at a Larchmont Manor home undergoing renovation Thursday, April 8, grabbed the intruder’s car keys and ran down Magnolia Avenue pursued …read more…

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Larchmont Man Arrested for Robbery With BB Rifle

A man brandishing a BB-gun rifle demanded cash from the proprietor of the Healthy Choice Fruits and Vegetable store at 16 Chatsworth Avenue on Saturday, April 10 at around 6 …read more…

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Larchmont Resident Indicted for Illegal Waste Disposal

Editor’s Note: Larchmont resident Salvatore Cascino also owns land in Columbia County. The following article appeared on April 13 in The Register Star Online.

Bronx-based waste hauling businessman and …read more…

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MTA "Disappointed" Giveback Offer Rejected By Schools

The Gazette received the following release from the Mamaroneck Teachers’ Association on Thursday afternoon. A few minutes later, there was a release from the Mamaroneck School District. An article …read more…

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School Board Rejects Teacher Concessions

The Gazette received the following release from the Mamaroneck School District shortly after receiving a release on the same topic from the Mamaroneck Teachers\’ Association. A related article will …read more…

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Incumbent & Newcomer to Run for School Board

An incumbent and a newcomer are the only Mamaroneck School Board candidates for whom petitions have been picked up so far, according to the district clerk’s office. The completed petitions …read more…

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Fairway Market Opens in Pelham Manor

Fairway Market grand opening, Pelham Manor

Eagerly awaited by Larchmont foodies, the first Fairway Market in Westchester opened today in Pelham Manor.

Even with a gargantuan 75,000 square feet of retail space, the renovated former Korvette’s …read more…

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Town Parking Rates On The Rise

The Town of Mamaroneck issued new parking rates this week that call for increases in most lots and spots. The increases were as high as $100 more for an annual …read more…

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Historical Society Opens Doors to Tapestry of Homes: April 25

118 Park Avenue. Artist: Phyllis Tarlow

On Sunday, April 25th, five historic Larchmont homes will open their doors to members of the Larchmont Historical Society and their guests. This year’s tour will feature a collection of …read more…

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Global Flavors Spice Up Mam'k Ave School Fair

Sylvie Alusitz paints Aliah Stuart's face at the Mamaroneck Avenue School's International Fair 2010.

The days are getting warmer, the tulips are coming up, and the Mamaroneck Avenue School’s (MAS) International Fair drew an exuberant crowd last weekend. The MAS Parent Teachers Association (PTA) …read more…

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Poll: How Would You Vote on School Budget?

The Mamaroneck Board of Education has not finalized the budget for 2010-2011 – further cuts or additions are possible.

If the vote were today, how would you vote …read more…

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Why Is It That?

Editor’s Note: The following original poem by Mamaroneck Town Councilman Ernie Odierna was read by its author at the April 10 Read-In organized by the Friends of the …read more…

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Schools Trim Budget Further, Will Study Princeton Plan Busing

The school budget is still a work in progress. That was the message at the April 6 meeting of the Mamaroneck School Board, where Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried briefly described …read more…

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Students Urge Tenure for MHS English Teacher

Jennifer Rosenzweig, a Mamaroneck High School English teacher who has not been recommended for tenure, had math on her side at the April 6 meeting of the Mamaroneck Board of …read more…

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Mamaroneck High School Principal to Retire

Dr. Mark Orfinger presides over Mamaroneck High School's graduation in 2009. Island Photography

The timing may or may not have been coincidental, but on the same day that students were protesting the denial of tenure for a Mamaroneck High School English teacher, the …read more…

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Larchmont Now Looking at 2.83% Tax Increase

The preliminary budget for 2010-11 presented at the Larchmont Village Board meeting on Monday, April 5 calls for appropriations of $15,507,096 and a tax rate increase of 2.83%.

That’s a …read more…

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Elaborate Plans Unveiled for Constitution Park

Preliminary plans for Larchmont's Constitution Park

At the April 5 Larchmont Village Board meeting, Jan Feinman, chair of the Parks & Trees Committee, unveiled an elaborate plan to landscape Constitution Park.

The plan contains a paved, …read more…

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Bi-Partisan Crowd Celebrates New All Democrat Larchmont Board

Village Justice Jerry Bernstein administered the oath of office to Josh Mandell.

An unusual number of elected officials were on hand for the swearing in of Larchmont Mayor Josh Mandell and Trustees Marlene Kolbert and Jaine Elkind Eney.

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Mam'k Schools & Larchmont Village Get Green Star Award

The Mamaroneck School District and the Village of Larchmont were the recipients of the Green Star Award last week, when Grassroots Environmental Education announced the results of a county-wide environmental …read more…

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Latimer to Address Fixing Albany at LWV Lunch: April 30

New York State Assemblyman George Latimer will receive LMC-TV's community award on May 17.

Celebrating the League of Women Voter’s 90th anniversary and addressing widespread citizen dissatisfaction with New York State government are on the agenda for the Sound Shore Area leagues’ annual luncheon …read more…

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