Ice falls from sky all around Pelham, forces recess indoors

By Paolo Carideo, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2020

PELHAM — On Dec 17, it rained on a school day. The rain was so cold that by 3 a.m., ice was all over Pelham—on trees, bushes, plants, fences and a lot more. By the morning of Dec. 18, the ice started to melt. There had...

High school student’s locked bike is stolen

By Lotte Crowley, Staff Reporter

November 23, 2019

PELHAM — A bicycle was stolen from where a Pelham Memorial High School student had locked it. "A kid from high school left his bike at the bicycle rack at 8 a.m. on Oct. 25 2019," said Lt. John Hynes of the Pelham Police...

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...

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