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.

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Stay Home: Emergency Message from TOM and Larchmont Police

Via email and phone, this message from Steve Altieri urged residents to stay off the streets during the storm Saturday night:

Hi this is Steve Altieri mamaroneck town administrator with an emergency message regarding the storm that is active at this time. Due to the high winds, down trees and down wires conditions in the Town are extremely dangerous. Many roads are closed at this time. Please do not leave home this evening unless absolutely necessary. Our emergency services are very busy. Only call 911 in the event of a real emergency. Much of the Town is now without power. If your home has no power please contact Con Edison at 1-800 75 Con Ed. Con edison is responding to areas based upon the number of customers out of service so your call to Con Ed is important. We will notify you again if conditions warrant. Thank you and good bye.

Click here to listen to the phone message.

And Larchmont Police called residents Sunday morning, warning of downed power lines and other storm damage. If you don’t absolutely need to go out, stay home and be safe.

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2 comments to Stay Home: Emergency Message from TOM and Larchmont Police

  • Jon Sacks

    Tough getting around as of 10am.

    Old White Plains Rd, closed at Griffin.
    Fennimore Closed at Griffin.
    Weaver St. Closed at Quaker Ridge.
    Wilmot Closed at Hutch.
    Bost Post Rd closed at Fennimore.

    Very tough to get east and west in Westchester, Mamaroneck Ave is your best bet.

  • As of 11 am, the Post Road is closed off at Beach Ave., going north. I’m not sure how far that closure extends. A huge tree is down in the park at Beach and the Post Road, closing off Kane at the intersection with the Post Road. At the Stop and Shop on Palmer, the frozen and fresh meat and dairy sections are closed off and the shelves mostly empty. They’ve obviously lost power to parts of the store.