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Only registered Democrats are eligible to vote in the Democratic Primary today, Tuesday, June 26. Longtime Congressman Eliot Engel has three candidates challenging him for the nomination as the Democratic candidate in the 16th Congressional District that includes Pelham Village…
The Town of Pelham's 9/11 Remembrance will be held Monday at 8:30am at Memorial Park on Harmon Avenue, across from the Gazebo (rain or shine).
Three of Pelham Memorial High School's Science Research students—the team of Wesley Pedone and Ben Hurd and Megan Ploch— were selected as state winners at Regeneron WESEF on Saturday, March 12 and will advance as finalists to Intel’s International Science…
Keeping with an annual tradition, the Phillip James Orchestra delighted with music at the Pelham Gazebo last Monday night.
Pelham Block Party Highlights
None of the Five Candidates Would Have Had Their Children Opt Out of Taking Standardized Tests, But Agree It Is Parental Decision
Eminent Domain Is Alternative If Properties Not Bought
For all of the jubilation that the PMHS varsity hockey team’s players, fans and coaches felt after Friday night’s heart-stopping semifinal overtime victory over Mamaroneck, the Pelicans needed to interrupt the celebration, at least briefly. Pelham still had to get…
No Democrats Announce Candidacies Yet
A $50,000 gift from the Mayer Estate to the Town of Pelham Public Library will be used for enhanced programming, furniture and carpeting, and additional communications initiatives.
The two Catholic churches in the Town of Pelham, St. Catharine’s Church and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, are merging into one parish, but St. Catharine’s is staying open under a restructuring announced by the New York Roman Catholic Archdiocese.
Decision Follows Arrival of Manor Market and Concern That Change Would Not Satisfy HUD
State Senator Jeff Klein handed out Chromebooks as more than 200 eighth graders at Pelham Middle School atttended a Monday evening celebration, and he announced another $100,000 round of grant funding for the Pelham School District for additional Chromebooks.
One by one members of a standing room only crowd in Pelham Manor Village Hall picked apart the Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) that was commissioned to study the effects of proposed zoning changes at the Four Corners retail…
Six PCRA members including three Pelhamites had a strong showing at the USRowing Youth Nationals, held on Lake Natoma at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center June 13-15. PCRA’s Boys’ Lightweight Double of Jack Shirocky and Zachary Heese of Pelham placed…
Would Raise Village Tax Revenue