Spring Into Action At The Picture House’s Spring Break Camp

Action and adventure await budding filmmakers at the Picture House Regional Film Center’s Spring Break camps taking place Monday, April 10 through Thursday, April 13 in Pelham. Using the hit “The Lego Batman Movie” as their inspiration, students will create a new action-adventure short film each day of camp.

Pelham’s Picture House Hosts Screening, Talk With Comedian Robert Klein

The Picture House Regional Film Center in Pelham will screen the documentary “Robert Klein Still Can’t Stop His Leg” on Wednesday, March 29, followed by a discussion with the director, TPH’s critic-in- residence Marshall Fine, and the film’s subject, legendary comedian Robert Klein. In the documentary, Fine follows Klein in his daily routines and gives viewers an inside look at a seasoned comic improvising jokes about everyday life: grocery shopping, getting a haircut and hanging out with pals, according to a release from TBH.

William Stone Obituary

… Natasha, daughter Mary E Brenner, granddaughter Lauren Ashley, grandson James (wife, Jayme), daughter Christine Ann Pelham, grandsons Jay (Andrea, great-grandson James) and Ryan and son-in-law James Pelham. He is survived by his brother James Stone …

Pelham Hockey Continues Quest For First NYSPHSAA Championship

It was a four-peat for the Pelham Memorial High School hockey team, who once again hoisted the Section 1 Division II title trophy over their heads over the weekend after a lopsided win over John Jay at the Brewster Sports Arena. In front of a packed house in Putnam County, the Pelicans made it look easy, skating to a 6-1 win over the Indians, marking their fourth consecutive championship.

Pelham Was Hammered by Three Successive Hurricanes in Six Weeks in 1893

The tiny little Town of Pelham has been in the bull’s-eye of numerous massive storms, not the least of which is the recent storm known as “Super Storm Sandy” that pounded the region on October 28, 2012. Another brutal example occurred in 1938, when Pelham was devastated by the massive hurricane that came to be known as the “Long Island Express,” one of the most violent and destructive storms ever to pound the northeast.

Pelham Was Hammered by Three Successive Hurricanes in Six Weeks in 1893

The tiny little Town of Pelham has been in the bull’s-eye of numerous massive storms, not the least of which is the recent storm known as “Super Storm Sandy” that pounded the region on October 28, 2012. Another brutal example occurred in 1938, when Pelham was devastated by the massive hurricane that came to be known as the “Long Island Express,” one of the most violent and destructive storms ever to pound the northeast.

New Rochelle Contractors Get Scare After Finding Massive Beehive In Pelham

A contracting crew removing a tree in Pelham got a brief scare on Thursday morning when they came across a massive beehive while finishing up their work. Crews from Almstead Tree, Shrub and Lawn Care in New Rochelle were working near the intersection of Irving Place and Cliff Avenue when they spotted the beehive, which they described as having a circumference greater than a foot.

Pelham’s Picture House Hosts Advance Screening of ‘The Sense of an Ending’

The Picture House Regional Film Center in Pelham will present an advance screening of the new film “The Sense of an Ending” on Tuesday, Feb. 28, with a post-film Q&A with director Ritesh Batra. Adapted from the Booker Prize-winning novel by Julian Barnes, “The Sense of an Ending” tells the story of Tony Webster , divorced and retired, who leads a reclusive and relatively quiet life.

Brief History of the Pelham Park and City Island Railway

The archives of the University of Michigan contain a bound typewritten manuscript entitled “Toonervilles of the Empire State” by Felix E. Reifschneider, prepared in 1947. Among the fascinating summaries of tiny railroads and trolley lines that once crossed communities throughout the State of New York is a summary of the history of the Pelham Park and City Island Railway.

Brief Account of Damage in Pelham During the Earthquake of August 10, 1884

Few may realize it, but only 13 miles from Pelham — far beneath 125th Street in Manhattan — lies the so-called “125th Street Fault Line.” While it is nothing like major fault lines such as the “San Andreas Fault” on the west coast of the United States, the 125th Street Fault Line is still a concern to experts who recognize that population growth in the region since the late 19th century have increased the risks of substantial damage from major earthquakes.

New Round Of Accumulating Snow Headed To Pelham

After a cloudy and dry day, a more potent system is expected to sweep through the area overnight before wrapping up Sunday evening. Northern Westchester, Putnam and Rockland, where a Winter Storm Advisory has been issued from midnight Sunday to midnight Monday, could see 2 to 5 inches of accumulation of snow.

Croton Activist To Speak At ‘Fight Fear With Facts’ Rally In Larchmont

Hearts and Homes for Refugees Larchmont Mamaroneck , a sister organization to Hearts and Homes of Pelham, is holding a march and rally on Sunday, Feb. 12 to raise awareness of the refugee situation and to provide facts to fight fears people may have as a result of misinformation or too little information. The march will start at 2 p.m. at Flint Park in Larchmont and end with a rally at the Kemper Memorial at the Mamaroneck High School.

Larchmont Group Plans ‘Fight Fear With Facts’ Refugee Rally

Hearts and Homes for Refugees Larchmont Mamaroneck , a sister organization to Hearts and Homes of Pelham, is holding a march and rally on Sunday, Feb. 12 to raise awareness of the refugee situation and to provide facts to fight fears people may have as a result of misinformation or too little information. The march will start at 2 p.m. at Flint Park in Larchmont and end with a rally at the Kemper Memorial at the Mamaroneck High School.