Picking the sweet spot: Flowerbake or Provisions?

By Lucy Cole, student life editor

March 5, 2019

PELHAM — Colonial kids are debating is the better bakery: Flowerbake or Provisions? Ella Memoli said she likes Provisions "because the last time I went to Flowerbake I ate a cupcake and threw up after. My favorite sweet is...

New director of Pelham Art Center arrived here from Chelsea Art Gallery

By Vijay Ranganathan, A&E Editor

December 12, 2018

PELHAM —Have you ever been to the Pelham Art Center recently? If you have, you might have noticed they just hired a new director. Lynn Honeysett, the former executive director retired several months ago. The new executive...

Groundhog said six more weeks of winter (and now only three more days)

By Naveen Leon-Kelly and Audrey Davis

March 13, 2018

COLONIAL — The groundhog told us we need to go through another six weeks of winter. The first Groundhog Day was in the United Stated in 1887. Nowadays, on Feb. 2, Punxsutawney Phil is the groundhog people look to for...

Instructors at Spotlight Gymnastics at Huguenot teach gymnastics

By Vijay Ranganathan, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2018

PELHAM MANOR — Have you heard of a private gym? Well, Spotlight Gymnastics is a private gym at Huguenot Memorial Church. Sean is a teacher there. He is one of the nicest guys ever (funny too)!  Some of the other teache...

Review: Five good places in Pelham to get food

By Will Dunhill, Our Town Editor

December 17, 2017

Pelham has a whole lot of restaurants to choose from. Here are my top four places to eat in town. Village Vibe: A great place for breakfast—good bacon, egg and cheese—and it's cheap. Lenny's Bagels: This place is go...

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