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Dedication of Pelham's New High School in 1911, Now Known as Siwanoy Elementary School
Not long after the turn of the Twentieth Century, the population of the Town of Pelham began to explode.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Trolleys Come to Pelham in the 1890s
The time seems ripe to undertake an effort that, admittedly, I have avoided for years because of the difficulties and complexities of the issue.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Information About the Earliest Years of Today's Community Church of the Pelhams
Today's posting to the Historic Pelham Blog transcribes an article that appeared in The Pelham Sun in 1926 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the first services held in the Church.
The Pelham Daily Voice
Winter Weather Could Last In Pelham Through April
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. Though Westchester County and Fairfield County did not get the foot of snow predicted to hit late Sunday , they could continue to see cold temperatures and possibly snow into April.
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DiversityWorking.com Announces New Diversity Company Member
Pelham, NY March 04, 2014 DiversityWorking.com, a career opportunity resource and job search engine for the cultural diversity marketplace, is pleased to announce the inclusion of a global leader in the pet products industry, Nestle Purina, to its list of member diversity companies.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Real Deal
From left: Irvington, NY; New York Athletic Club in Pelham, NY and Glen Ridge, NJ
With more than 500 towns within commuting distance of New York City, expat city dwellers are spoiled for choice.
More About the Fabled 'No-Man's Land' of Pelham Manor: A Tiny Strip of New York City
I have written before of the strip of land in Pelham Manor known as "No-Man's Land," saying: " Sandwiched between the southern boundary of the Village of Pelham Manor in the Town of Pelham and the northern boundary of Pelham Bay Park is a tiny strip of land only 250 feet wide that long has been known as "no-man's land".
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Journal News
16 village elections set for March 18
The candidates are set for the March 18 elections in 14 Westchester villages and two in Putnam, with contested races in Buchanan, Pelham, Tuckahoe and Cold Spring.
The Journal News
Fundraiser Thursday to aid search for Pelham man missing in Mexico
A month after Harry Devert disappeared in Mexico, his friends and family in Pelham and New Rochelle remain confident they will find him.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
An Interesting Description of the Country Club at Pelham Published in 1884
During the Autumn of 1883, a group of Pelham Manor residents and "club men" residing in New York organized a new "Country Club" in Pelham Manor dedicated to the enjoyment of all "legitimate sports."
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Fallen Soldiera s Body Comes Home
A procession led by an honor guard carrying the American flag, a contingent of fellow soldiers, Patriot Guard motorcyclists and firefighters escorted the flag-draped casket of a Beaverton solider back home Friday.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Pelham Manor in 1883 and in its Early Years - Recollections of An Early Pelham Manor Resident
In 1941, The Pelham Sun published a series of six articles that, together, comprised the "Recollections of Old Pelham Manor," by Dr. Charles R. Gillett.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
American Traveler Goes Missing in Mexico - Was He Kidnapped?
Harry Devert was living his dream. Last December, the 32-year-old New Yorker quit his job, packed his bags and took off on an adventure by motorcycle, chronicling his exploits through the Americas on A New Yorker Travels , his blog.
The Hastings Daily Voice
Family Of Missing Westchester Man Seeks Help From President Obama
The family of missing Pelham native Harry Devert has reached out to President Barack Obama for aid in the search.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Yorktown Daily Voice
Slippery Roads Lead To Accidents On I-95, Hutch, Sprain, Saw Mill Parkways
An accident on northbound I-95 between Conner Street and Boston Road in Pelham, reported at 7:15 a.m., is causing delays.
Pelham Speakeasies and Moonshiners - Prohibition in Pelham: The Feds ...
On January 16, 1919, Nebraska became the thirty-sixth state to ratify the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
The Journal News
Accident on I-95 southbound in Pelham slowing traffic
A motor vehicle accident on the southbound lanes of the New England Thruway has tied up traffic, officials said.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
A.G. Williams Named Finalist for Family-Owned Business Award
A.G. Williams Painting Company, a third-generation, family-owned and -operated residential and commercial painting firm servicing the tri-state area since 1906, was named by the Westchester County Business Journal as a finalist for its first annual Family-Owned Business Award.