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Climate Change Report Shows Impact on Sound Shore

Larchmont area residents can expect 11 days at or above 90 degrees per year, on average.

Local 9/11 Observances Guide

Local September 11th observances are scheduled this year on Tuesday, September 11 as follows:

Documentary Month at Pelham Picture House

From an in-depth examination of the massive New York Public Library system to a behind-the-scenes portrait of the famous shoemaker Manolo Blahnik

Today’s Snapshot

Paintings by Scott Sieboldt under the historic Highview Avenue Bridge, Pelham, at Pelham ArtsFest-

Coming Up: “Strange Weather” Screening at Pelham Picture House – July 18

The Picture House will host an advance screening of Strange Weather (R; 92 mins.) starring Academy Award winning actress Holly Hunter

Pelham Student Wins Annual Brain Bee

This local championship for the International Brain Bee is an annual, not-for-profit neuroscience competition for high school students

Pelham Country Club Controller Sentenced for Embezzlement

The former Controller of the Pelham Country club in Pelham has been sentenced for embezzling over $719,000 from the Club.

Coming Up: Shocktober at the Pelham Picture House- Starts Oct. 7

Friday Night Frights film series featuring a different chilling, horror movie each week

Save the Larchmont Playhouse Kickstarter Campaign Begins

One idea they are considering: one film center in two historic theaters 5 miles apart, linked by Metro North.

Burst Pipes in New Rochelle, and Everywhere: What to Do

A water main break in New Rochelle that caused flooding in New Ro and Pelham, has been repaired

How Climate Change Hits Westchester

Those of us at home in Southern Westchester have an updated tool for understanding how climate change will affect us.

Loop Food: Prime 16 in Pelham

Prime 16 has brought its gastro-pub burger and tap house concept to Pelham.

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Which Local Businesses Got Government Bailouts?

46 Larchmont businesses including restaurants, schools and car dealerships got the cash.

Mamaroneck Approves Street Dining

Outdoor street dining is coming to Mamaroneck Avenue and for several of the local restaurants the measure may be their only hope of staying open.

Lyme Disease Season Hits Westchester

People who contract Lyme disease often have no memory of having been bitten.

Today’s Snapshot

Sunset at Manor Park - Submitted to theLoop by Christopher Bourdain