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Brett Bober, Staff Reporter

Brett Bober is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. She sprints for the school's track team in both winter and spring. During her free time, she pursues her passion for the environment through the science research program, Pelham Eliminates Plastics, Environmental Science Club and the new Sustainability Advisory Board. Brett is excited to be joining the Pelham Examiner staff for her first writing experience.

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Pelham Manor police headquarters.

Pelham Manor police distribute masks to residents from anonymous donation

February 14, 2021

The Pelham Manor Police Department received an anonymous donation this week of 20,000 masks left on its doorstep. Police Chief Jeffrey Carpenter said mask deliveries from the donation are available...

PMHS Breast Cancer Awareness Club raises $3,000 in current effort, plans others

PMHS Breast Cancer Awareness Club raises $3,000 in current effort, plans others

November 24, 2020

The Breast Cancer Awareness Club at Pelham Memorial High School has raised more than $3,000 in its current fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, which will use the money for breast cancer research...

Latimer discusses achievements, battle against Covid in State of the County address

Latimer discusses achievements, battle against Covid in State of the County address

October 26, 2020

Westchester County Executive George Latimer gave a State of the County address Thursday in the People’s House to discuss the efforts of this year and how Westchester County continues to work through...

Clayton Bushong, former president of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce.

Pelham restaurant mogul Clay Bushong is opening new eatery: Sound Chicken

October 13, 2020

If you live in Pelham, you've undoubtedly heard the name "Clay Bushong" before. Whether you know him as the co-owner of Cantina Lobos or the recent purchaser of Double Rainbow, get ready to add another...

Village of Pelham police vehicles parked next to Town Hall, which houses the department.

Pelham police chiefs support current hiring system, but say changes are coming

August 3, 2020

As the civil rights movement has been revived across the nation, Americans have been encouraged to see how they can address and reform local organizations. Pelham has been no different: Current events...

County Executive Latimer announces phase one reopening begins Tuesday

May 26, 2020

County Executive George Latimer and Westchester Director of Economic Development Bridget Gibbons on Tuesday briefed the public on the phase one reopening of the Mid-Hudson Valley region, which includes...

Head of school chiefs' council highlights difficulty for parents balancing work, helping kids

Head of school chiefs’ council highlights difficulty for parents balancing work, helping kids

April 21, 2020

Earlier this month, Westchester County Executive George Latimer interviewed Ray Sanchez, superintendent of the Ossining school district and president of the Lower Hudson Council of School Superintendents,...

Pelham seriously cares: $30,050 donated to aid businesses, feed first responders

Pelham seriously cares: $30,050 donated to aid businesses, feed first responders

March 30, 2020

Pelham Cares: Neighbor to Neighbor exceeded its goal for donations in three days, raising $30,050 by Saturday. Fundraising has been paused so can organizers can use the money to buy food from local...

Pelham Cares launches to let residents donate to businesses for first-responder meals

Pelham Cares launches to let residents donate to businesses for first-responder meals

March 26, 2020

Pelham residents can donate to local businesses to fund delivery of meals to those working on the frontlines of the pandemic, under a collaborative program announced Thursday by the Junior League of Pelham,...

Local religious organizations make changes as New York pauses

Local religious organizations make changes as New York pauses

March 26, 2020

The outbreak of Covid-19 has altered almost every aspect of Pelham as more limitations are added to keep our community safe. Among those affected by these new restrictions are religious centers, which...

Annual greenhouse gas index via WikiCommons

Westchester’s new Climate Action Planning Institute awarded $100,000

March 16, 2020

With environmental crises overlooming, the Village of Pelham, along with seven other participating villages and cities, has chosen to join the new Climate Action Planning Institute. The program has...

Junior League’s coat drive ends at half marathon, but there’s still ways to help

December 3, 2019

For the past week, the Junior League has been running a coat drive in order to support local charities HOPE Community Services, Hearts & Homes for Refugees and the CSA Soup Kitchen. The group reached...

Chris Herren's recovery from addiction and why it's important

Chris Herren’s recovery from addiction and why it’s important

October 24, 2019

Last week, Pelham Together organized a viewing of 'The First Day' at the Pelham Picture House. This moving documentary follows Chris Herren's story through the faces of high school students. Herren, a...

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