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Pelham Examiner seeks part-time development director to help build sustainable local newspaper

Pelham Examiner seeks part-time development director to help build sustainable local newspaper

April 5, 2024

Dear Pelham Community: We are looking to fill the new part-time role of development director supporting the Hudson Valley Local News Lab Inc., publisher of the Pelham Examiner. If you are an energetic...

Sponsorships premier on Pelham Examiner; local businesses invited to support our community newspaper

Sponsorships premier on Pelham Examiner; local businesses invited to support our community newspaper

March 11, 2024

Dear Pelham Examiner Reader: On March 1, the Pelham Examiner launched its very first Digital Sponsorship Program. You may have seen a message on the homepage or in the daily email from Holly Mellstrom...

Giving Tuesday in Pelham

November 28, 2023

Dear Pelham Examiner Reader, Today is Nov. 28, also known in the nonprofit world as Giving Tuesday. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, Giving Tuesday is like the Super Bowl for nonprofits...

Help us reach our fundraising goal by Giving Tuesday

Help us reach our fundraising goal by Giving Tuesday

November 17, 2023

Dear Reader, With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we want to express gratitude to our readers and donors. When we established the Examiner as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit earlier this year, we set...

Deadline for letters to the editor on election or endorsements was Sunday at 5 p.m.

November 6, 2023

Dear Readers, The deadline for letters to the editor on the election or candidate endorsements was Sunday at 5 p.m. No letters will be accepted after that. Based on the number of letters received since...

Support the Pelham Examiner: Donate during our Back to Everything fall fundraising drive

Support the Pelham Examiner: Donate during our Back to Everything fall fundraising drive

September 27, 2023

Dear Reader: From all of us at the Pelham Examiner, we hope you had a fantastic summer! With kids back to school and fall activities and events well underway, it's a good time to take a minute to reflect. We...

Meet the new editors of the Pelham Examiner as it begins sixth year of publication

Meet the new editors of the Pelham Examiner as it begins sixth year of publication

June 23, 2023

Dear Readers: This time of year is both a happy and a sad one for me. Sad because five of the six editors who have run the paper for the past year—and worked on it longer, through crisis and turmoil—are...

Pelham Examiner becomes nonprofit to ensure future, names nine-member board including Freeman, Bushong, five founders

April 17, 2023

The Pelham Examiner has become a nonprofit organization in a move made to ensure its long-term future as the community newspaper published for the Town of Pelham by people under the age of 18. The name...

At Cantina Lobos, the staff and alumni of the Pelham Examiner celebrated a print edition, state awards and the end of a difficult but successful year.

READ ME: A year in the life of the Examiner

By Rich Zahradnik
August 8, 2021

Thirty-one staffers and alumni of the Pelham Examiner assembled July 19 at Cantina Lobos for their first get together since the pandemic began—and then some. Earlier in the day, I posted this note to...

Pelham Examiner wins awards for news, education and healthcare coverage from state press association

Pelham Examiner wins awards for news, education and healthcare coverage from state press association

By Rich Zahradnik
May 9, 2021

The Pelham Examiner won three awards for its 2020 news, education and healthcare coverage from the New York Press Association, the 700-member professional trade group that is the largest such organization...

36 Local Heroes

By Rich Zahradnik
June 8, 2020

Dear readers, Of all the measures of a newspaper’s quality—awards, scoops, readership—the most important one is need. Does a town need its paper? As the drip, drip, drip of coronavirus news...

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