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Audrey Levenson, Business Editor

Audrey Levenson is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. She is the vice president of the PMHS Student Association and the vice president of the Women's Empowerment Club. In addition to her work on the Examiner, she is a leader of the school's acapella group and is the secretary of the French Club. In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking, and performing with her band.

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STATS23 Preschool to open on Fifth Avenue in Village, accepting 6 week to 5 year olds

STATS23 Preschool to open on Fifth Avenue in Village, accepting 6 week to 5 year olds

August 18, 2021

STATS23 Preschool is expected to open at the end of September at 136 Fifth Ave., bringing another location for infant and toddler care for children from six weeks to five years old to the community,...

Cristina Chianese, president of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce since September, created programs to boost businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chamber president innovated throughout Covid crisis to help local businesses

July 30, 2021

The owners of gift shop Richard’s Passport on Wolfs Lane were reluctant to open their doors because of the Covid-19 pandemic and their advanced age. They weren’t sure if they’d be able to continue...

Albright, Bushong promoted at Picture House as theater seeks to expand offerings post pandemic

Albright, Bushong promoted at Picture House as theater seeks to expand offerings post pandemic

July 15, 2021

The Picture House Regional Film Center promoted Director of Education Francile Albright to deputy director, while Programming Director Clayton Bushong's role was expanded to include business development,...

PCC veteran teacher Carla Casanga inducted into Early Education Hall of Heroes

PCC veteran teacher Carla Casanga inducted into Early Education Hall of Heroes

June 18, 2021

For Carla Casanga, the best part about teaching preschool students is the connections she forms with her students as she works to create new and exciting experiences for them. She recognizes that it is...

Bob LaGravinese at his work station

Bob LaGravinese retiring from LaGravinese Jewelers 57 years after starting store

May 5, 2021

When Bob LaGravinese opened LaGravinese Jewelers of Pelham in 1964, he was looking for a new start. He had served in the U.S. Air Force in the Korean War and then worked for his father in a setting factory...

Patty Pops gave out free hot chocolate to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness.

Local businesses support each other through Random Acts of Kindness

February 23, 2021

When patrons of the Rolling Steam train station cafe walked in last Tuesday and Wednesday before their morning commute, they were surprised and delighted to find that their coffee would be free and came...

Pelhamites start music streaming service Qore during pandemic, donate part of proceeds to Black Lives Matter

Pelhamites start music streaming service Qore during pandemic, donate part of proceeds to Black Lives Matter

November 23, 2020

When the quarantine period began, Ryan O’Neil, founder of Qore Music and Pelham Memorial High School graduate, realized that any semblance of hope for attending concerts in the near future had disappeared....

The Rolling Steam coffee shop in the train station passed out free cups of coffee during Random Acts of Kindness Day.

Pelham residents unite to support Rolling Steam cafe with GoFundMe page

October 22, 2020

For the past 12 years, the Pelham train station has housed one of the town’s charming haunts: Rolling Steam. The small cafe is owned by Lois Teller, a woman who had created a community of patrons out...

Taylor Swift's 'folklore' diverges from singer's past style and creates a timeless feeling

Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore’ diverges from singer’s past style and creates a timeless feeling

September 11, 2020

On July 23, singer/songwriter Taylor Swift took to social media platforms with an unexpected announcement: she planned to release a surprise album, titled, “folklore” on July 24 at midnight. This came...

Cristina Chianese, president of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, announced the $10,000 Business First grant.

Cristina Chianese brings her marketing expertise to Chamber of Commerce as new president

August 7, 2020

Cristina Chianese will be taking over as president of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce upon the exit of current co-Presidents Amy Cole and Clay Bushong on August 31. The chamber is a network of local Pelham...

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