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.
Pelham Manor Police Officer Robert Vogel has graduated from the NY Sate Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) training program and will be instituting this ten-week program in the fifth grades of Prospect Hill and Siwanoy schools.
The Town of Pelham will have a warming center at the Daronco Town House on standby for residents who lose heat—if needed. However, they must call Pelham Manor Police at 738-1000 or Pelham Village police at 738-2000 for assistance first.
Three new Pelham Manor police officers— Edward Witkowski, Nicholas Manias and Edward Fattorini— were sworn in by Mayor Jennifer Monachino Lapey at the Village Board of Trustees meeting Monday night, Jan. 28.
Pelham Village Police investigated a motor vehicle accident in the parking lot of 605 Fifth Avenue this morning (Jan. 29). Police said a 55-year-old male lost control of his vehicle while attempting to park it. As a result, the vehicle struck the store front of Amy’s Nails. No one was injured from the accident. However, the driver was transported to a local hospital for further evaluation.
With school closed Monday for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Pelham Manor and Pelham Village Police conducted Active Shooter Training at Siwanoy School on Monday, Jan. 21.
Pelham Manor and Pelham Village Police are schedluled to hold active shooter training exercises at Siwanoy School all day on Monday, Jan 21, the Martin Luther Jing jr. holiday when school is closed.
Pelham Fire Chief James A. DiNapoli gave this 2018 Village of Pelham Fire Department Report for 2018 at the Village of Pelham Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Jim Ferguson of the the Detective Barney Ferguson Emerald Legacy Fund presented a check for $1,500 from his Fund to the Mike Senerchia Fund and Pelham Manor Firefighter Geoff Fiorito presented a check for $600 from his fellow firefighters during a recent visit to the Pelham Village Fire Headquarters.
Village of Pelham Firefighter Mike Senerchia and his family, whose apartment was destroyed in a fire in Mt. Vernon on Dec. 17, will be celebrating Christmas with presents for their two small children and are looking for a new apartment thanks to donations from friends, family and a gofundme page.
Village of Pelham Firefighter Mike Senerchia's apartment, along with Christmas presents and all of the his family's belongings, was destroyed in a fire in Mt. Vernon on Monday morning. He and his wife and two children were in the apartment but escaped uninjured.
The Pelham Police Department announced that 14 year old Patrick Bowe who had been missing from his home since yesterday evening "was located safely and reunited with his family."
Pelham Manor Police report that an off duty officer saw suspicious activity, contacted headquarters and a patrol responded, chasing and arresting two subjects on charges of stealing packages off a doorstep.
Parents are invited to take photos during Santa's Visit to the Pelham Village Fire Department at 219 Fifth Avenue this Saturday, De. 8 from 10 AM to 2 PM.
The Westchester County Department of Consumer Protection is warning residents to protect themselves from Grinch-like criminals - or "porch pirates" - who are stealing packages from front porches this holiday season.