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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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New - April 24 - Wednesday - Reports of any street lights that are out or malfunctioning should be reported to the police desk (Pelham Manor 738-1000 or Pelham 738-2000).