Pelham Examiner

All content by The Editors
In 1967, 19 periods a day of 20 minutes each — PMHS Centennial Memories

In 1967, 19 periods a day of 20 minutes each — PMHS Centennial Memories

October 21, 2021

The years I attended the high school, we had 19 twenty-minute periods a day. The school day would block out from two periods to five or six periods for a class. This allowed for science experiments or...

PMHS Centennial: What are your high school memories?

PMHS Centennial: What are your high school memories?

October 15, 2021

The Pelham Examiner is collecting Pelham Memorial High School memories from all classes, all years. We are publishing them as a regular feature celebrating this year's centennial of the school. Write...

3,000 STORIES IN THE LIFE OF PELHAM

3,000 STORIES IN THE LIFE OF PELHAM

December 5, 2020

At 3:30 p.m. Friday, the Pelham Examiner published its 3,000th news item. The paper reached that milestone after two years, six months and four days of publication. Posts included news and sports stories,...

Spooky Scenes: 923 Esplanade

Spooky Scenes: 923 Esplanade

November 1, 2020

923 Esplanade 1445 Roosevelt Ave. 1081 Washington Ave. 304 Seventh Ave. 242 Eastland Ave. 511 Manor Lane 463 First Ave. Pelham Art Center, 155 Fifth Ave. Are your decorations...

Skeletons enjoying the great outdoors, 15 Storer Ave.

Pelham’s Spooky Scenes: Send yours in!

October 23, 2020

Sometimes all it takes is a glimpse of normalcy to brighten up the day in these uncertain times. Even as Covid-19 limits many of our usual Halloween traditions, Pelham residents are still going all-out...

Pelham seniors: We want to celebrate you!

Pelham seniors: We want to celebrate you!

May 27, 2020

The Pelham Examiner wants to recognize all the high school seniors in a section we're calling "The Class of 2020: They saw it all." Send a picture of yourself in landscape format standing in front of,...

Local Heroes: Whos helping Pelham when it matters?

Local Heroes: Who’s helping Pelham when it matters?

May 10, 2020

Heroes are all around us, stepping in to help as Pelham perseveres in the time of Covid. A Local Hero might be a first responder you know. A health care worker. A volunteer in a community organization....

From left, Peter Hoffman, Nandini Anandu (in center with colleagues) and Moneeka Zaman.

Local Heroes: Doctors Moneeka Zaman, Peter Hoffmann, Nandini Anandu work through crisis

May 4, 2020

Pelham Examiner readers write about the people in town who are making a big difference during the coronavirus crisis. "There are three doctors who live in Pelham who have been at the forefront of this...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Editors