Pelham Examiner

Pelham Examiner

Pelham Examiner

About Us

We are the Pelham Examiner: The student-led independent community newspaper serving the Town of Pelham. The Examiner prides itself on bringing the best local news coverage to residents of the Village of Pelham and the Village of Pelham Manor. There is no subscription required; content is free to the public. Our mission is to inform everyone, regardless of financial circumstances, of events occurring in and around Pelham, New York. We are primarily staffed by volunteers aged 14 to 18 years old but welcome contributions from correspondents of all ages.

The Pelham Examiner is published by the Hudson Valley Local News Lab Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Click here if you’d like to donate to support our mission using a credit card, PayPal or Venmo. Givers wishing to contribute by check, please contact Executive Director Rich Zahradnik at [email protected] to arrange this.

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The Pelham Examiner is a member of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, the New York Press Association and the Local Online Independent News (LION) Publishers.

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Board of directors

Gabby Ahitow

Clay Bushong, vice president

Francesca Di Cristofano, secretary

George Freeman

Ben Glickman

Charlotte Howard

JoEllen Scully

Ella Stern, vice president

Rich Zahradnik, chairman and executive director

 

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