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Village of Pelham Police Chief Pallett to retire on July 15

June 30, 2022

Village of Pelham Police Chief Jason Pallett will retire in the middle of next month. "I am currently on vacation until my retirement from the police department on July 15, 2022," according to an automatic...

Jack Andersons graduation speech: You CAN take it with you

Jack Anderson’s graduation speech: You CAN take it with you

By Jack Anderson
June 30, 2022

Good morning everyone. I would just like to start out by congratulating my classmates on this amazing achievement, and by thanking the administrators, teachers and staff who have made this all possible....

PMHS senior Jordan Schwarz selected for PWP student activism award

PMHS senior Jordan Schwarz selected for PWP student activism award

June 30, 2022

Editor's note: This press release was provided by the Progressive Women of Pelham. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community. June 27, 2022 –...

Pelham women react to Supreme Courts overturning of Roe v. Wade

Pelham women react to Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade

By Pelham Examiner Staff
June 29, 2022

Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, the editors and reporters of the Pelham Examiner reached out to women across Pelham seeking their opinions about the cancellation...

Oliver Tams graduation speech: Embrace the unknown; dont write your high school sequel

Oliver Tam’s graduation speech: Embrace the unknown; don’t write your high school sequel

By Oliver Tam
June 29, 2022

I am obsessed with sequels. Good sequels, bad sequels. I love them all. For example, recently I watched “The Next Karate Kid,” with Hilary Swank and Pat Morita, the sequel to “The Karate Kid.”...

Trustee Dr. Michael Owen-Michaane (center) warned last Wednesday the board might be violating the Open Meetings Law.

Really the last meeting of year: School board to re-vote on Champ’s contract due to Open Meetings Law issue

June 28, 2022

The Pelham Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Thursday to re-vote on the new contract for Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ because the board may not have been in compliance with the New York...

Malia McLellans graduation speech: Success is stepping stone to larger goal

Malia McLellan’s graduation speech: Success is stepping stone to larger goal

By Malia McLellan
June 28, 2022

Hello seniors, families, friends and faculty of Pelham Memorial High School. I am so incredibly grateful to be here today, celebrating the class of 2022. Whether your great-grandparents grew up here or...

Hutch alert: Total closure between exits 4A and 8 weekend of July 9-11 to remove temp bridge

Hutch alert: Total closure between exits 4A and 8 weekend of July 9-11 to remove temp bridge

June 28, 2022

Editor's note: This press release was provided by the New York State Department of Transportation. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community. The...

Andrew Kelly was named the first place recipient of the W.W. Fairclough Prize, which is awarded to the top three academic students in the graduating class, making him the valedictorian.

W.W. Fairclough Prize and Memorial Tablet winners named at PMHS graduation

By Cristina Stefanizzi, Executive Editor
June 27, 2022

The winners of Pelham Memorial High School's most prestigious awards, the W.W. Fairclough Prize and the Memorial Tablet, were announced at Saturday's Centennial Commencement Ceremony. The W.W. Fairclough...

LJ Casenass graduation speech: Success and failure, two sides of same coin

LJ Casenas’s graduation speech: Success and failure, two sides of same coin

By LJ Casenas
June 27, 2022

We made it people! It’s surreal, isn’t it? Graduation. I still remember being in my elementary school computer lab and wondering why my password had “2022” in it. Well, it’s 2022 now, and look...

PMHS holds decision day for 18 senior athletes who will play at collegiate level

PMHS holds decision day for 18 senior athletes who will play at collegiate level

By Tobias D'Amore, Sports Editor
June 27, 2022

On June 14, Pelham Memorial High School held an athlete decision day for students continuing their athletic careers at the next level. This year, PMHS had 18 college commits from a variety of sports. The...

Pelham Booster Club presents $20,000 in scholarships at Senior Sports Awards Dinner

Pelham Booster Club presents $20,000 in scholarships at Senior Sports Awards Dinner

June 27, 2022

Editor's note: This announcement was provided by the Pelham Booster Club. The Pelham Booster Club provides more than $20,000 in scholarships each year to graduating PMHS senior student-athletes, including...

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