The Village of Pelham, Town of Pelham, Pelham Police Department, Pelham Fire Department and Pelham Department of Public Works have partnered with Nixle to implement its Community Notification System to alert residents in real-time for local emergencies and relevant community advisories.
The case of Danny Manich, 60, of Pelham on two charges involving obscene sexual performance of a child after an undercover investigation by the District Attorney’s Office Investigations Division High Technology Crime Bureau is scheduled for Feb. 18, 2020.
In an effort to crack down on package thefts from the front of homes, Pelham Manor Police today (Dec. 12) sent out a Nixle alert asking residents to call 738-1000 if they see suspicious vehicles or persons in their neighborhoods.
The Pelham Manor Police Department offers an alert service to residents so that messages can be received via e-mail on a computer or smartphone.
The Pelham Manor Volunteer Fire Company participated in the Fire Department's annual inspection and dinner on Friday, December 6, 2019. Each of the volunteer company's active members received a pin from Fire Chief Joseph Ruggiero in recognition of satisfactory response to box calls during 2019. Larry Dany was recognized by Chief Ruggiero as the top responder.
The Pelham Village Fire Department is collecting new, unwrapped toys for Maria Fareri Children's Hospital and will host Santa at 10:00am on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 10:00am at fire headquarters, 219 Fifth Avenue.
Pelham Manor Police alert: Tree/wires down Oak Lane @ Prospect Hill School, Clay Ave from Oak to Hudson not available for student drop off.
The Village of Pelham was awarded the 2019 Platinum Award for Community Traffic Safety and a Pedestrian Safety Commendation by the American Automobile Association on October 17,
This Wednesday, October 2, 2019, officers from the Pelham Police Department invite community members to come together in an informal setting to talk about issues they feel are important, build relationships, learn about each other and drink coffee.
Walter O’Hanlon, 22, was sworn in as Pelham Manor Volunteer Firefighter Monday at the Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, Sept. 23.
The Town of Pelham, in conjunction with the Fire and Police Departments of Pelham and Pelham Manor, along with Pelham Post #50 of the American Legion, held ts Annual Remembrance Ceremonies of the 9/11 terrorist attacks today, Wednesday, September 11 at 8:30 AM at the Pelham 9/11 Memorial on Harmon Avenue.
A service outage by Altice (Optimum) affecting landline phones and Internet users across Westchester County for several hours Friday evening—including local police departments—demonstrated the importance of the Nixle system used by police.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed State Senator Alessandra Biaggi’s bill into law on Tuesday (Sept. 3) granting local law enforcement access to records of applications for licenses of firearms—closing a loophole pointed out by the Progressive Women of Pelham and Village of Pelham Trustees.
This Thursday September 5th, Pelham students will be returning to school. Some will be walking to and from - many for the first time. Everyone who drives has a responsibility to be especially careful during this busy time for youngsters.
Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. announced that Lawrence Alston of New Rochelle was arraigned yesterday August 29) in New Rochelle City Court for stealing money from a bank account of the New Rochelle Tackle Football League while he was president.
Pelham Oikuce Chief Jason Pallett announced that the Village of Pelham Police Department is seeking to hire a replacement School Crossing Guard.
Pelham Manor Police announced that officers arrested Rick J. Scocozza,55 of the Bronx while he was attempting to burglarize a house on Jackson Avenue about 7:00pm last evening (August 22) while the home was occupied.
The Tuckahoe Police Department today announced the arrest of a 47-year-old male from Mount Pleasant and Great Neck on charges of criminal possession of a large cache of weapons including assault rifles and ammunition.
The National Weather Service has issued a weather alert for a heat wave through the weekend. Friday and Saturday max heat indices of 100-105 F are expected in our area. The heat and humidity causes potential hazards and may cause heat stress during outdoor exertion or extended exposure. Extreme heat can cause illness and death among our at-risk population who cannot stay cool. Seniors, infants, and those with chronic health problems or mental health conditions are at an increased risk from the heat. Please remember to stay hydrated and check on vulnerable family, friends and neighbors to make sure they stay safe and cool.
Village of Pelham Firefighters and Police Officers visited the Kindergarten classes at Hutchinson Elementary School on May 31 for Community Helpers Day.
The Village of Pelham Manor issued this statement today (June 21) about plans to cloie Glover Field and take other steps ahead of and during a Mt. Vernon Memorial Field Fireworks display set for Saturday, June 22. This follows a concert last weekend at Hutchinson Field in Mt Vernon that prompted several noise complaints from Pelham Manor residents.
Lawrence A. Dany III was sworn in as a New Pelham Manor Volunteer Firefighter by Mayor Jennifer Monachino Lapey at the Village Board meeting Monday night, June 10.
Village of Pelham Police announced today (June 5) its arrest on June 3 of a Mt Vernon motorist for a brake light violation that then led to disclosure that he had two active warrants for two counts of Sexual Assault of a Child Under 16 Years of Age in Wisconsin.
Four police officers from the Pelhams were among 83 who graduated Friday from the Westchester County Police Academy and are headed off to work at 22 law enforcement agencies in Westchester and one in Putnam.
The Village of Pelham's new fire truck was seen by spectators at the Pelham Memorial Day Parade on May 27. It was the truck's debut run.
Newly retired Village of Pelham Police Sgt. James Mitrione was honored at a dinner at Casa Amore Friday (May 17) by current and former officers. In attendance were Police chief Jason Pallett as well as former Police Chief Joe Benefico and several retired police officers and police detectives of the department.
Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. announced today (May 9) that Danny Manich, 60, of Pelham was arraigned Friday (May 3) on two charges involving obscene sexual performance of a child after an undercover investigation by the District Attorney’s Office Investigations Division High Technology Crime Bureau.
The Webelos Cub Scout den from Pelham Pack 8 visited the Village of Pelham Fire Department Oon Wednesday, May 1,to fulfill this year’s First Responder adventure.
Girl Scout Kimberly Rosell's second "Empathy Towards All" Volleyball Tournament was held on March 30 with members of the Village of Pelham Board and Village police and firefighters among the competitors.
The Village of Pelham Board of Trustees voted Tuesday, March 12, to approve a new 5-year contract with its Professional Firefighters Union that helps the Village stay under the tax cap with 2% annual salary increases except for 2.5% in the final year. The contract is effective June 1, 2019.
The Siwanoy School 3rd grade Wolf Den of Cub Scouts Pack 4 learned about fire safety and worked on their personal fire escape plans while at a recent Den Meeting with the Pelham Manor fire Department.