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.

March 12, 2008

Wedding: Jennifer Carpenter and Samuel Jensen

Jennifer S. Carpenter and Samuel L. Jensen

Jennifer Carpenter formerly of Tampa, Florida and Sam Jensen of Larchmont, New York were married on Friday, August 15th at their second …read more…

January 9, 2008

Pre-2009 Archives

The following links will take you to the “legacy” pages of the Gazette as they existed before our major overhaul in April, 2009.

News 2008 News 2007 …read more…

January 4, 2007

School Board Considers More Security – and More Costs

(January 4, 2007) More security – and more expenditures – are expected for Mamaroneck Schools, if suggestions from the district’s safety and security committees are included in the upcoming 2007-2008 …read more…

December 15, 2006

Dreidel House - & Chabad Lubavitch - Come to Larchmont

A large spinning dreidel is the centerpiece in the window of Larchmont’s newest – and most fleeting — store. The Dreidel House, which will stay open only through December …read more…

December 20, 2005

Fire Leaves Major Damage at 99-Year Old Clark Court Home

Photo by Sharon Keck

Firefighters quickly knocked out a smoky basement fire at 1 Clark Court late Monday evening, but the fire had already crept up through the …read more…

December 19, 2005

Fire Damages Historic Larchmont Home

Contractors working on the roof of a historic house at 28 Linden Avenue set off a fire around 9:00 am on Saturday, December 17 that drew a speedy response …read more…

December 15, 2005

Dionne Warwick to Deliver Keynote at King Celebration

- Will Sing With Granddaughter, Hommocks 6th Grader, Cheyenne Elliott

When the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Human Rights Commission hands out its annual Martin Luther King Jr. honors this …read more…

December 7, 2003

Andrew Young Offers Human Rights Advice at MHS

by Amanda Hu

(December 7, 2003) “Andy has made history, and makes history, “ said Frank Ferrari, a member of the Human Rights Commission who was instrumental in …read more…

November 14, 2002

Local Travelers Kidnapped and Robbed in South America

by Janet Lan and Judy Silberstein

(November 14, 2002 ) Local residents traveling to South America beware: violent crime is rampant and visitors to and from …read more…

September 9, 2002

Flying in Mourning Skies

Flying in Mourning Skies

by Major Joseph Lanzetta, USAF

I took to the skies as the world mourned; skies that were unusually somber…unusually quiet. With visions of suffering and loss, …read more…

May 1, 2002

After 55-Year Journey, Larchmont Fire Engine Comes Home

by Ned Benton

Larchmont Fire Engine One is back in Larchmont. The 1922 American LaFrance Pumper served Larchmont from 1922 to 1947, when it was sold off. On …read more…