Jump Rope for Heart: the American Heart Association keeps kids hearts beating

By Larisa Breskin, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2015

PELHAM — The four elementary schools of Pelham collected money for the American Heart Association, an organization raising money for research and education on heart health. On Feb. 12, all fourth and fifth graders performed...

Where did you go for the holidays? Colonial kids traveled all over

By Sarah Giles and Amelia Resnick

February 9, 2015

From Dec. 24 to Jan. 5, Colonial School had a holiday break. People went many places for vacation from east to west to north to south. Reese McLean, a student in Mrs. Gashi's fourth grade class, went to Okemo on Dec. 26...

People do many different things inside and outside on snow days

By Cate McLean and Kate Girolamo

February 4, 2015

PELHAM — The snow days kept kids from coming to school. Some people built snowmen and others had hot cocoa next to the fire. "I stayed home and played with my toys," said Jonathan Magobo (KH). "And I drank black tea." Chloe...

Downtown Pelham gets new sushi restaurant with fresh food, nice building

By Allie Carney, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2014

PELHAM — Have you heard? A new sushi place has opened in town, and the business has been pretty successful. Sakura Sushi is on Fifth Avenue. "The food there is mostly fresh and it's a nice building architecturally," said Sebastian...

Tasty treats served at Simply Sweetz, Pelham’s new candy store

By Leah Sherbansky, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2014

PELHAM — There's a new candy shop called Simply Sweetz on Fifth Avenue. The new store is getting good reviews from Colonial students. "The candy there is very good and it was a good idea to open because there is not really...

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