Pelham Examiner

Jack Howard, Senior Editor

From an early age, Jack discovered a love for writing. In his sophomore year of high school, Jack's journalism career began. Jack joined the Pel Mel, which is the longtime school newspaper at Pelham Memorial High School. He worked as a sports editor for two years at the Pel Mel, before assuming the intern position at the News of Pelham during the 2017 summer. Jack worked as the Executive Editor of the examiner for the 2018 Summer. As a student at Bates College, Jack is now a Senior Editor for the examiner.

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Joe and Joan Solimine at Glover field.

Joe Solimine Sr., set to enter NY Baseball Hall of Fame, recalls the color line in baseball—and boycotts

March 1, 2021

Joe Solimine Sr. received an unexpected phone call. The man on the other end of the line, Lou Santos, is both a friend and fellow board member of Monsignor Scanlan High School. “Hey, do you have 10 minutes...

No sports? No problem. Here’s 15 of the best modern sporting events to re-watch

April 8, 2020

Many Americans didn’t consider the COVID-19 pandemic seriously until the NBA announced that it would be suspending its season. Shortly after, the NCAA canceled its upcoming national championships, including...

Burbio co-founders Julie and Dennis Roche take calendar service far beyond Pelham

Burbio co-founders Julie and Dennis Roche take calendar service far beyond Pelham

August 23, 2018

A few years back, longtime Pelham residents Julie and Dennis Roche identified a problem that hindered not only themselves but their friends and neighbors as well: keeping track of events in Pelham. From...

At a recent school board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ (r.) presented a proclamation to retiring President Madeline Smith.

Superintendent Champ reflects on first year in Pelham as being ‘fast paced and jam packed’

July 30, 2018

In the fall of 2017, a new face emerged as the leader of the Pelham Union Free School District. Following the resignation of Peter Giarrizzo, Dr. Cheryl H. Champ took the superintendent position in Pelham....

LawnChair Theatre begins run of 'The Tempest' in Rye tonight, comes to New Rochelle July 22

LawnChair Theatre begins run of ‘The Tempest’ in Rye tonight, comes to New Rochelle July 22

July 19, 2018

In its thirteenth season, the LawnChair Theatre company is again touring Westchester, this season to offer Shakespeare's final play, "The Tempest." Over the course of nine days starting tonight in Rye,...

At this year's PMHS graduation, Brain McColl (left), sons Eli and Jack and wife Randi.

MacColl steps down after volunteering as president of three PTAs over nine years

July 18, 2018

Few in Pelham can know more about the ins and outs of running a Parent Teacher Association than Brian MacColl. MacColl served as president of the PTA at three different schools—Colonial School, Pelham...

Review: New Pelham coffee and pastry shop, Pelville, serves top-notch breakfast and lunch

Review: New Pelham coffee and pastry shop, Pelville, serves top-notch breakfast and lunch

July 2, 2018

From his childhood days in Rochester, Jim Evangelos had always dreamed of having his own restaurant. This past April, Evangelos's dream was finally realized, as Pelville opened its doors on the corner...

Anais Leon-Kelly, winner of the Arnold M. Alberto Patriotism Award, plans to attend the United States Military Academy in July.

PMHS 2018 grads honored at awards ceremony; Leon-Kelly receives Arnold M. Albero Memorial Patriotism Award

June 7, 2018

In the seventh grade, Anais Leon-Kelly had dreams far different from her peers. Six years later, her dream of attending the prestigious West Point Military Academy will be realized. “I’m happy...

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