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Charlotte Cohn, Staff Reporter

Hi, my name is Charlotte Cohn. I am in sixth grade, and I will be entering seventh grade this fall. I used to write for the Siwanoy Spotlight and I enjoy being a part of the Pelham Examiner. My hobbies are reading, singing and hanging out with friends and family. I love writing stories for the Pelham Examiner.It has helped me become a great reporter.

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Appointment angel: Pelham resident Caitlin Mattina helps people sign up for vaccinations

Appointment angel: Pelham resident Caitlin Mattina helps people sign up for vaccinations

April 9, 2021

Caitlin Mattina decided to start helping eligible individuals get vaccinated after trying to get an appointment for her dad in January. As she sought a date for her father, the New York State website...

Campers at Iroquois Springs in pre-Covid-19 times.

Day and sleep-away camps prep for summer following Cuomo decision to open

March 24, 2021

Day and sleep-away camps have been spurred to begin preparations for the summer following Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Feb. 17 announcement clearing them to open. In a press release, Cuomo said the state health...

'Soul' now streaming on Disney+ looks at discovering life's purpose

‘Soul’ now streaming on Disney+ looks at discovering life’s purpose

January 11, 2021

What is one's purpose in life? That is the question that "Soul," now streaming on Disney+, poses to its audience. "Soul" follows the life of Joe Gardner, a middle school band teacher who is very passionate...

Pet supplies at Barks and Bones.

With Barks and Bones, pet store returns to downtown Pelham

November 11, 2020

Downtown Pelham has a pet store again—or a boutique at least. Barks and Bones opened at 144 Fifth Ave. on Oct. 19. The owner's first store is located on Main Street in New Rochelle. "Barks...

Round table on youth and Covid-19: Have kids engage with mentors, signs some may be struggling

October 6, 2020

Disconnection from community can be one way the Covid-19 years will impact the mental health of teens and pre-teens. That was one takeaway Friday from the Junior League of Pelham's virtual community roundtable...

'Insurgent' good read for fans of dystopian novels but not up to mark of 'Divergent'

‘Insurgent’ good read for fans of dystopian novels but not up to mark of ‘Divergent’

September 25, 2020

"Insurgent" is the cutting-edge sequel to "Divergent." If you have not read "Divergent," don't continue for this may contain spoilers. After reading the first book, one knows the following about the different...

Book review: Dystopian novel 'Divergent' shows how it's tough for teens to make life choices

Book review: Dystopian novel ‘Divergent’ shows how it’s tough for teens to make life choices

September 3, 2020

"Divergent" by Veronica Roth is a gripping dystopian novel that takes place in a futuristic version of Chicago. Beatrice Prior, who is about 16 years old, lives in a world where people are divided into...

SOOP Theatre Company goes virtual with summer workshops

SOOP Theatre Company goes virtual with summer workshops

July 23, 2020

SOOP Theater Company is going all virtual this summer with workshops on acting and vocals and auditioning technique. Sheri Sanders will be teaching the acting and vocal intensive workshop, which will...

Thrive Barre & Fitness offering virtual classes in barre, 305 and stretching

May 29, 2020

Thrive Barre & Fitness, which opened downtown in February, is offering virtual classes that allow classmates to exercise and interact with each other on live calls. Thrive's online schedule includes...

Pet adoption mini-boom comes with need to stay at home in Pelham

Pet adoption mini-boom comes with need to stay at home in Pelham

May 7, 2020

During the coronavirus pause, there seems to have been a mini-boom in pet adoptions in Pelham. Maybe it's because people are looking for something to do. Maybe in normal times, parents would say...

Elementary distance learning: Students mostly positive, differ on how challenging work is

Elementary distance learning: Students mostly positive, differ on how challenging work is

March 24, 2020

Some Pelham elementary students like the lighter workload of virtual school, while others are worried about running out of books or said certain subjects weren't challenging enough. With schools closed...

Day in the life of a quarantined 11 year old

Day in the life of a quarantined 11 year old

March 18, 2020

  Principal Lynn Sabia sent an email to Pelham Middle School parents March 14 explaining the parents of a sixth grade student had tested positive for Covid-19. She said that while the child...

Pelham holiday tree lit Saturday with songs, cookies, singing and Santa

Pelham holiday tree lit Saturday with songs, cookies, singing and Santa

December 9, 2019

In Pelham, the holidays are merry and bright. In the downtown, there are festive lights on every store, shiny wreaths and twinkly snowflakes on the lamp posts. But the main event every year is the Pelham...

Spectacular London offers high tea and high fantasy (and real history)

Spectacular London offers high tea and high fantasy (and real history)

September 3, 2019

London is a spectacular place to visit with your family, offering history, royalty, high tea and fantasy. A tour with City Wonders is a perfect way to learn about the history and landscape of the city....

Greenport historic district (2008).

Greenport, village on Long Island Sound, offers all that’s needed for beach vacation

July 31, 2019

GREENPORT, New York — Welcome to Greenport, Long Island, a great spot for a summer vacation. This Long Island village features delicious restaurants, family-friendly hotels, fun shops and local destinations...

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