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Julianna Lieggi, Staff Reporter

Julianna is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. She is a martial artist of nearly a decade and a musician. She has interest in writing, science, and psychology.

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Double Rainbow closes: Clay Bushong plans to reopen new business in space in early February

November 16, 2021

Local ice cream shop Double Rainbow at 205 Wolfs Lane closed on Oct. 31 to be reconfigured into a new business. The move came a year after Pelham businessman Clay Bushong acquired the location. “There...

Energized moments from the Westchester Womens March against Texas abortion law

Energized moments from the Westchester Women’s March against Texas abortion law

October 13, 2021

Hundreds of feminists, young and old alike, met in Martin Luther King Plaza in White Plains on Oct. 2, rallying for one goal: "Protect Roe v. Wade." The Westchester Women's March was held in the wake of...

Pelham teens protest outside Village of Pelham Manor hall

Real teen LGBTQ+ experience in Pelham: ‘I felt like I had to hide my identity’

September 5, 2021

Weeks ago, Pelham and people around the globe celebrated Pride Month, a national yearly celebration of the equality and visibility for LGBTQ+ individuals in modern times and throughout history. Pelham...

Class of Covid-21: Seniors ready to move on, but held back by pandemics long stay

Class of Covid-21: Seniors ready to move on, but held back by pandemic’s long stay

June 8, 2021

The final semester of senior year of high school is a period typically filled with celebrations and skip days. However, the Covid-19 pandemic made a good portion of that impossible for yet another class...

Former Navy Lt. Judy Parsons tells her story of codebreaking during WWII

Former Navy Lt. Judy Parsons tells her story of codebreaking during WWII

November 23, 2020

Former Navy Lt. Judy Parsons was one of many women to take on the challenge of decoding coded messages during World War II. She kept her role in the effort a secret until the 1990s and on Nov. 16 the...

After long, strange journey, Memorial Field now appears headed for real rebirth

After long, strange journey, Memorial Field now appears headed for real rebirth

November 6, 2020

Through four mayors, unaccounted millions in funds for supposed renovations and shifts in project goals, historic Memorial Field in Mount Vernon sat untouched and unrepaired. Westchester County tried for...

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