Larchmont Day 2021

Join LMC Media in the celebration of
Larchmont Day 2021

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Saturday Sept. 18
Ch. 75 Optimum / 36 Verizon

You can also watch our coverage of Larchmont Day streaming live on Facebook or Youtube (see below)!


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Disaster Relief in the Village of Mamaroneck

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The Village of Mamaroneck and the LM Coalition for Community are offering Disaster Relief through a numbered system at the Village of Mamaroneck Court Room.

Keep an eye on the live feed (above) we have at the Village of Mamaroneck Court Room so you can see when your number is coming up.

For more information on Disaster Relief
please visit the Village’s Website HERE.


If you or someone you know would like to help volunteer or donate to our local flood victims please CLICK HERE for more info.


As of September 12, 2021, at 1:00PM, the Village of Mamaroneck has the following announcements.

Before the storm’s arrival in the early morning hours of Thursday, September 2nd, the Village of Mamaroneck has been sending these regular Emergency Announcements to keep you informed about this emergency and the recovery services available. We hope you have found them informative and helpful. Today’s Emergency Announcements will be the last time for these regular, daily set of announcements. After today, any announcements from the Village or the Village’s Recovery Center will be sent on an as-needed basis.


Nearly 350 residences in the Village of Mamaroneck lost power from the storm. With the help of ConEdison and the Village’s Building Department, a system was developed to identify and RED TAG these residences to ensure that electrical service was restored in a safe and effective manner. About 60%, or approximately 190 residences, were inspected by private, licensed electricians, their certification letters were delivered to ConEd and the Village’s Building Department, and electricity has been restored. Since yesterday, September 11th, this process has slowed down considerablyThe remaining 150 residences that are still without power should be in the process of being inspected by private, licensed electricians. They (and nobody else) can sign off on certification letters.

ConEdison and the Village’s Building Department are accepting certification letters at Village Hall at the Regatta at 123 Mamaroneck Avenue until 5pm, today, Sunday, September 12th and will be open this week from 9am to 5pm. The Village has waived the usual permit fee to expedite this process and has extended this certification process until Monday, September 20In the coming days, the Village will be sending officials into the community to make sure RED TAGGED residences that are still without power are aware of this process. If you or someone you know is still without power, please contact the Village’s Building Department at (914) 777-7731 and/or ConEdison at Village Hall is (914) 825-8793. Village Building Department personnel and/or ConEdison personnel are available to meet with residents at Village Hall at the Regatta at 123 Mamaroneck Avenue today, Sunday, September 12th and will be there all this week from 9am to 5pm.

Recovery Center at 169 Mt. Pleasant Avenue

Numerous disaster relief services, from FEMA to the Red Cross and more, continue to meet with residents affected by the storm at the Recovery Center at the Village Courthouse at 169 Mt. Pleasant Avenue. The Recover Center is open every day from 9am to 5pm and will remain the Recovery Center until further notice. Yesterday, September 11th, we reported that over 550 households had visited the Recovery Center and as of 12:30 yesterday, 350 of them had met with officials.The Village of Mamaroneck and our partners at the Recover Center encourages all individuals, regardless of immigration status, to seek help and utilize these services. At this location:

Debris Piles and Sanitation

The collection of debris piles began over a week ago on Friday, September 3rd. Since then, crews from the Village’s Department of Public Works (or DPW) have been working non-stop, picking up debris piles in the flood affected areas. Today, Sunday, September 12, these crews are taking a well-deserved break and we thank them as well as our neighboring communities, the County and the State for their assistance. As debris piles get smaller and smaller, the Village will be assessing its collection process and in the coming days, we expect to announce that (1) the Village’s DPW will stop collecting debris piles and that (2) the collection and disposal of any remaining construction debris, building materials, or demolition materials will be the responsibility of the property owner.

For this week, regular household garbage and recycling pickup schedules are in effect; however, the Food Scrap Recycling Program at 313 Fayette Avenue is suspended until further notice. For your safety and the safety of our DPW crews, please stay away from 313 Fayette Avenue. Trucks and equipment are going through this facility on a constant basis.

Volunteering and Donated Items

Finally, the Village of Mamaroneck thanks everyone in the community for their incredible support in volunteering and donating items since this disaster. The Coalition for Community – a local group of nonprofits, social service agencies and houses of worship – have been working together to coordinate volunteer operations and donations. Their work is instrumental in ensuring that we are efficient and serve as many people as possible. Again, your help is most effective when coordinated through the Coalition for Community. Visit the Coalition’s Facebook page for volunteer opportunities, how to donate items and more.

Again, today’s Emergency Announcements are the last time for these regular, daily set of announcements. We hope you have found these daily announcements from the Village of Mamaroneck informative and helpful. After today, any announcements from the Village of Mamaroneck or the Village’s Recovery Center at 169 Mt. Pleasant Avenue will be sent on an as-needed basis.  Thank you. Be well and stay safe.

Urgent Support Needed for Local Flood Victims

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, Mamaroneck residents and business owners are once again devastated by severe flooding. The storm hit the Sound Shore community Wednesday night with torrential rains and a downpour of 3 inches per hour. Homeowners and businesses in The Flats (Washingtonville) area of Mamaroneck were deeply affected. Some areas were engulfed with 5-8 feet of water destroying business, homes, and leaving residents with nothing.


The Coalition for Community is coming together to receive and distribute donations for those affected by Hurricane Ida. Donations can be made to the Red Cross, St Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task force or the Community Resource Center.
If you would like to help support the local victims of this disaster please see the links below.

If you or someone you know needs assistance (physical/mental) due to the flooding, there are nurses and counselors on call at the Red Cross Shelter at Mamaroneck High School. Immediate needs are available at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church (168 W Boston Post Rd Sat 9/4 9am-4pm and Sun 9/5 12-4pm).


Urgent support & volunteer help needed for LOCAL FLOOD VICTIMS.

The Coalition for Community – a group of local nonprofits – is calling for immediate donations of used clothing, gift cards, school supplies and more as well as direct financial support for victims via Community Resource Centers Flood Emergency Fund.  Volunteers are are also in high need for tomorrow and Saturday.
Our neighbors need your help.


Give financial support here:

Volunteer here:

Sedona Supports LMC Media This September

This September, Sedona Taphouse is featuring LMC Media as the supported charity in their Dine Out For Charity program.

Every Monday in September, enjoy Sedona’s Flat Iron Steak and a portion of the sale will go towards supporting LMC Media!

The Larchmont Mamaroneck Lions are also partnering with Sedona in support of LMC Media.

Support LMC Media at Sedona this September


MAMARONECK, New York (August 25, 2021) –LMC Media announces its Fall 2021 broadcast schedule: a
23-game slate of football, volleyball, field hockey, boys and girls soccer, and girls swimming being
broadcast and streamed LIVE from Mamaroneck and Rye Neck High Schools.

LMC Varsity Sports will make use of LMC Media’s Mobile Production Van to televise all contests LIVE on
Optimum 77/Fios 34 locally as well as on and on the LMC Varsity Sports Youtube

The action gets underway on September 2, when the Mamaroneck Girls Soccer team opens the school
year with a home game against Ossining. The Tigers will also face White Plains (October 2), while the
defending Section 1 Lower Westchester Large School Champion Volleyball team will host Suffern
(September 30) and a championship rematch with rival Scarsdale on October 20 (Check below for full
schedule). The Tigers will also visit Rye Neck on September 17.

Both schools return to the gridiron for 3 live contests, including Mamaroneck hosting RC Ketcham on
October 8 and the Rye Neck Black Hats hosting Tuckahoe on October 16 in their Homecoming game.

The defending Section 1 Lower Westchester Large School Champion Boys Soccer team will play in front
of LMC Media’s cameras twice, including a highly anticipated championship rematch with White Plains
on September 15.

Mamaroneck’s Field Hockey team, a Lower Westchester Large School Finalist a year ago, will also be
featured twice, including a championship rematch with Pelham (September 27).

The schedule is rounded out with 2 games each of Rye Neck Field Hockey, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, and

Fans can rewatch all games broadcasted by LMC Varsity Sports by utilizing the On-Demand feature on
our website ( ), which also includes an up-to-date schedule, information on air
dates and updated air-times for all televised games.

For more information on LMC Varsity Sports, please contact Rob Moretti, LMC Media Community Sports
Producer at 914-381-2002, x. 207, and . You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports
on Twitter at @LMCVarsity.

Friday: 8 p.m.
Saturday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m.


Thursday 9/2 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer Ossining 5:30PM
Friday 9/10 Mamaroneck Football Yonkers Brave 6:00PM
Wednesday 9/15 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer White Plains 3:30PM
Friday 9/17 Rye Neck Volleyball Mamaroneck 4:15PM
Monday 9/20 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Hastings 4:30PM
Tuesday 9/21 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Westlake 4:30PM
Thursday 9/23 Rye Neck Field Hockey Albertus Magnus 4:30PM
Friday 9/24 Mamaroneck Football Mount Vernon 6:00PM
Saturday 9/25 Rye Neck Football Blind Brook 1:00PM
Monday 9/27 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Pelham 4:00PM
Monday 9/27 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer Arlington 6:00PM
Tuesday 9/28 Rye Neck Volleyball Westlake 4:30PM
Thursday 9/30 Mamaroneck Volleyball Suffern 4:30PM
Saturday 10/2 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer White Plains 11:00AM
Monday 10/4 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Horace Greeley 5:00PM
Tuesday 10/5 Rye Neck Field Hockey Valhalla 4:30PM
Thursday 10/7 Mamaroneck Girls Swimming Eastchester 4:30PM
Friday 10/8 Mamaroneck Football RC Ketcham 6:00PM
Tuesday 10/12 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Valhalla 4:30PM
Friday 10/15 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Blind Brook 4:30PM
Saturday 10/16 Rye Neck Football Tuckahoe 2:30PM
Wednesday 10/20 Mamaroneck Volleyball Scarsdale 4:30PM
Saturday 10/23 Rye Neck Football Croton-Harmon 3:00PM
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Watch Nenad Bach Live in Lancaster

Nenad Bach, internationally recognized composer, performer, producer and peace activist.

Shared the stage or/and recordings with talent like Bono and The Edge from U2, Pavarotti, RIck Danko and Garth Hudson of The Band, John Malkovich, Martin Sheen, Leonard Cohen, Bruce Springsteen, Richie Havens and many others. Sold over million records, two albums rose to number one chart in Europe. The New York Times called Nenad, “a cross between Lou Reed and Elton John,” but his fans think of him as “Croatian John Lennon.”

Releasing his 6th album World Peace in One Hour, he held a live performance at Millersville University in Lancaster Pennsylvania, with the backup of King Street Big Band KSBB.  This “collaborative community concert” uses the theme of world peace as imagined through Croatian-born New Yorker Nenad Bach, a recording artist, composer and performer whose evocative and lucid message is substantive and unafraid to deliver beauty, heart, and soul. KSBB’s founder and director Kate Umble Smucker met Bach in November 2017 and they were inspired to work together on a recording project. “World Peace in One Hour” weaves the themes “Breaking the Cycle,” “Extending the Table,” and “Strengthening Community Relationships,” with presentations from several local organizations including Mom’s House, Church World Services, Lancaster County Council of Churches, Lancaster Transplant, Friendship Heart Gallery, as well as Lancaster County’s Office of the District Attorney. Joining KSBB and Bach are the local Chromatic Expression Choir and backup singers assembled and arranged by local singer-producer Reji Woods.

Diagnosed with Parkinson in 2010, After a friend invited him to Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville, New York, in 2015, Nenad found out that Ping Pong helps his symptoms, even reverse some, created a global movement PingPongParkinson® almost 5 years ago.

Watch artist Nenad Bach and King Street Big Band perform Live in Lancaster for World Peace in One Hour!

Learn more about Nenad Bach and his music here!

Keith D Yizar Memorial

Celebrating a Life Well Lived

Keith D Yizar
1954 – 2020

Memorial Service
August 21 | 10:00am

Mamaroneck High School Baseball Field
1000 W. Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck NY

Watch an encore presentation of the memorial on LMC ch 75 Optimum / 36 Verizon

FRIDAY AUG 27 at 7:30pm
Saturday – Sunday at 1:30am/pm and 7:30am/pm
Monday 1:30am, 7:30am, and 1:30pm


You can also watch on YOUTUBE right here!

LMC Media Wins National Award

LMC Media’s Dena Schumacher and journalist Lou Young just won a national Hometown Media Award for their story about the Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force. In the “Community Impact” category, which awards programs that generate community involvement, “Food Pantry – Food Distribution” took the top prize among access professionals announced June 30th at the annual Conference of the Alliance for Community Media.

Watch the award winning piece here!


Dena Schumacher is Assistant Director of LMC Media, and Lou Young is a retired broadcast journalist who volunteered to report on the Food Pantry’s weekend distribution at Mamaroneck’s Columbus Park. According to Malcolm Frouman, President of the Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force, the story generated tens of thousands of dollars in donations and sparked volunteerism. Congratulations to Dena, Lou, LMC Media, and the Hunger Task Force!


LMC Media Assistant Director Dena Schumacher with ACM 2021 Hometown Media Award


In 2020, LMC Media was named “2020 Best Access Center” in their budget category in the northeast United States, and Executive Director Matt Sullivan was recognized as “Emerging Leader” among community media centers nation wide. Also last year, NY State Senator Shelly Mayer presented LMC Media with an Empire Award in recognition of its vital communication role during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Watch LMC Media’s Empire Award Presentation Here!

Congratulations Class of 2021!

Graduation season is upon us and its time to congratulate the graduating Class of 2021!

Check back here to see ongoing coverage of graduation programming this summer!

Choose a ceremony to see how/when to watch!



Mamaroneck High School Graduation 2021

Wednesday, June 23rd, Mamaroneck High School students received their diplomas under blue skies and a warm setting sun. A wonderful way to close out what was to many, an incredibly challenging year. If you missed the graduation ceremony or just want to see it again, don’t worry we got you covered!


Watch it again

Tonight, June 25

Ch. 77 Optimum / 34 Verizon

with encore presentations Saturday & Sunday at 6am, 11am, & 6pm

Can’t wait and want to watch right now!?

Watch on Youtube here and don’t forget to thumbs up the video and subscribe to our channel!



F.E. Bellows 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony

On June 16th F.E. Bellows Elementary School had their 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony.

Watch it

Watch again, July 1
Ch. 77 Optimum / 34 Verizon

Watch an encore presentation of this event (Friday 6/24 & 7/2) at 7am & 1pm.





Rye Neck Middle School Moving Up Ceremony

Watch it

Premieres July 1
Ch. 77 Optimum / 34 Verizon

Watch encore presentations of this event (Friday7/2) at 12am, 6am & 12pm.





Rye Neck High School Graduation 2021

On June 16th F.E. Bellows Elementary School had their 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony.

Watch it

Premieres July 1
Ch. 77 Optimum / 34 Verizon

Watch encore presentations of this event (Friday7/2) at 3am, 9am & 3pm.





Watch the Hommocks 2021 Graduations


Teams 1 & 2

Teams 3 & 4