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By the numbers: Most read Pelham Examiner stories of 2023 

We crunched the numbers. Here are the top five most read stories published by the Pelham Examiner in 2023:

  1. After death of Manor man who waited 14 minutes for transport, Pelham Town Board holds emergency meeting on ambulance service
  2. PMHS ranked third best public high school in Westchester, 21st in state by Niche website
  3. Dr. John D. Cahill III – Sept. 30
  4. Pelham residents talk about businesses they wish would take over empty storefronts
  5. The good, the bad and the Ivy: Pelham and the college admissions process

That short list demonstrates the breadth and impact of the coverage this newspaper delivered to residents throughout the year, publishing hundreds of other news, business and sports stories and community announcements. There is still time in 2023 to support local journalism in Pelham. Take full advantage of the tax deduction this year when you give to our nonprofit community newspaper! Click to donate! 

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