Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department Open House 2015!

The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department Open House is right around the corner!
Visit Saturday, October 24th from 12-3:00PM
at the Firehouse on 205 Weaver St.
Explore the firehouse and learn about fire safety and fighting fires. Experience a smoke room simulator, equipment demonstrations, and even the Yonkers Model Railroad Club’s HO Scale Layout will be on display!
Visit for more information.

Watch the Village of Mamaroneck Deer Forum held on 9/25/15! Click Here

The city of Rye and the Village of Mamaroneck held a joint meeting Friday, Sept. 25, to continue discussions on deer management in the two municipalities.
Both held a similar meeting earlier this year, and Friday’s hearing was a follow-up to go over “current and up-to-date issues and strategies,” as deer season approaches on Oct. 1.
Additionally, the two municipalities were calling on Westchester County to step up and assist with a deer management program that officials said the county was prepared to implement, particularly at the Marshlands Conservancy in Rye.
City of Rye Mayor Joe Sack and Village of Mamaroneck Mayor Norman Rosenblum recently sent a joint letter to Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett inquiring about the county’s plans in regards to this issue.
Check our Schedules page here to see when it will air again this week.

2015 Summer Workshop Screening

LMCTV is excited to announce that it will screen this summer’s teen filmmaking workshop films at LMCTV’s Studio One inside Mamaroneck High School @ 7pm on Friday, October 2, 2015.  The event will showcase both summer workshop films AND the “making of” video for the two films.
The first workshop film entitled, Choose Dare, centers around 5 friends at a Halloween party who decide to play a game of “Truth or Dare.” The twist comes from the choices; this interactive film allows the audience to participate in ways that have never been done before! The second workshop film, Super Soaked, involves children and adults alike participating in a community wide annual water fight called “Water Warz.”  Rick, the reigning champion, decides to hang up his super soaker in preparation for college. What does this mean for his little brother and best friend?  This is a story about friends, family, and water fights.
This event is open to the public.  Please RSVP by Friday, September 25 to Dena Schumacher @  LMCTV’s Studio One is located on the Palmer Avenue side of Mamaroneck High School, across the street and up the stairs from Walter’s Hot Dogs.  For more information on this event, please contact Matt Sullivan @


MAMARONECK, New York (August 18, 2015) –LMCTV announces its Fall 2015 broadcast schedule: a 21-game slate of football, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and swimming at Mamaroneck and Rye Neck High Schools.
The action gets underway the weekend of September 11, when the defending Section 1 Class AA Semifinalist Mamaroneck Football team takes to the field in their home opener against Mahopac.
The schedule features three football games at both Mamaroneck and Rye Neck. The Tigers also face Clarkstown North (October 2) and host a rematch against John Jay-East Fishkill, the team that eliminated them in double overtime last year, airing the weekend of October 16. The Black Hats, who reached the Section 1 Class C Final last year, have a playoff rematch against Dobbs Ferry (September 18) as well as games against Haldane (September 25) and Tuckahoe (October 23).
The defending New York State Class A Champion Mamaroneck Field Hockey team will play in front of LMCTV’s cameras twice, including the weekend of October 23 against Rye.
The Rye Neck Boys Soccer team, Section 1 Class B Champions last year, is featured twice on the schedule, including against rival Valhalla (September 25).
Fans can watch 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, LMCTV Community Sports Producer at 914-381-2002, x. 207, and You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports on Twitter at @LMCTVSports.

9/11 – 9/14 Mamaroneck Football Mahopac September 4
9/11 – 9/14 Rye Neck Field Hockey Pearl River September 8
9/18 – 9/21 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Edgemont September 10
9/18 – 9/21 Rye Neck Football Dobbs Ferry September 12
9/18 – 9/21 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Briarcliff September 16
9/25 – 9/28 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Valhalla September 17
9/25 – 9/28 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer Port Chester September 18
9/25 – 9/28 Rye Neck Football Haldane September 19
10/2 – 10/5 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer Scarsdale September 24
10/2 – 10/5 Mamaroneck Football Clarkstown North September 25
10/2 – 10/5 Mamaroneck Girls Swimming Pelham September 29
10/9 – 10/12 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Blind Brook October 1
10/9 – 10/12 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Fox Lane October 2
10/9 – 10/12 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer New Rochelle October 6
10/16 – 10/19 Rye Neck Field Hockey Pleasantville October 8
10/16 – 10/19 Mamaroneck Football John Jay-East Fishkill October 9
10/16 – 10/19 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer Scarsdale October 14
10/23 – 10/26 Mamaroneck Volleyball New Rochelle October 15
10/23 – 10/26 Rye Neck Football Tuckahoe October 17
10/23 – 10/26 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Rye October 19
10/30 – 11/2 Rye Neck Volleyball Keio October 22

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

LMCTV Officially Announces The Start of Election Season

The election season has officially started and LMCTV will be offering its traditional “Meet the Candidates” show for all political parties in the upcoming election.  For this campaign, we have established the following milestones:
Wednesday, July 22 – Campaign Period officially begins.  Any candidate who hosts or produces a show may not continue with their show.  This includes any and all candidates, even those running unopposed.  Candidates are free to appear on other shows as invited.
A party running candidates for a local election, such as for a Board of Trustees, may produce two programs (deadlines below).  A bonafide independent candidate running for a local election may also produce two programs.
A party running candidates for a Congress or NYS Assembly, may produce one program, due Tuesday, October 13th. Similarly an independent candidate for NYS Assembly may produce one program due Tuesday, October 13th.
Tuesday, September 15th – First “Meet the Candidates” program for local elections due by 10am at LMCTV Headquarters, 740 W. Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, Suite #311.  That means political parties or bona fide independent candidates have until then to make their first show.  The first “Meet the Candidates” programs will begin to air that day on our prime-time political programming blocks and will continue to air regularly and often until we begin running the second “Meet the Candidates” program (see below), which will also air on a regular basis.
Tuesday, October 13th – Second “Meet the Candidates” program for local elections due by 10am at LMCTV Headquarters.  These programs will begin airing that day through Election Day.
Tuesday, November 3rd – Election Day.
In order to book time for your “Meet the Candidates” shows, please call:
Dena Schumacher – LMCTV Studio 2 Coordinator – (914) 381-0131 – email:
Before calling, please consider viewing our event calendar to see when studio space is available.  CLICK HERE to view the calendar.
All programs must be turned in as “Standard Definition DVD-R’s” and/or “MPEG2 DV/NTSC Files.”
If you have additional questions or concerns, please call LMCTV Chief Operating Officer Matt Sullivan at (914) 381-2002 ext. 202 or email at
In order to view our Political Programming Policies, please click on the link below:
LMCTV Official Political Programming Policies

LMCTV Announces Re-Organization

LMCTV’s Board of Directors announced Monday a reorganization of its management effective immediately, according to LMCTV Board President Jefferson Meighan.
Under the new structure, former Executive Director Erik Lewis will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) focusing more on policy, strategic planning, “The Local Live” News Show and fundraising; while former Associate Director Matt Sullivan will assume the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) running the day-to-day operations of the local cable TV network and focusing on community outreach.  “We rely on Erik’s broad experience and guidance as we move toward a consolidation of our operations to better fulfill our mission,” said Meighan.
LMCTV, or Larchmont Mamaroneck Community Television, serves the tri-municipality (Villages of Mamaroneck & Larchmont and Town of Mamaroneck) by covering news, governmental meetings, board of education meetings, the arts & culture, community events, educational events and offers unique original programming. The network airs on channels 75, 76, 77 on Cablevision and 34, 35, 36 on Verizon/FiOS.
“For more than 15 years, Erik has been the face of LMCTV in our communities,” Meighan said. “Thankfully, we are not losing Erik, but gaining the expanded public managerial role of COO for Matt,” he explained. “Matt will be making the ‘community connection’ come alive,” he added. “This is a win-win for LMCTV and our viewing public,” he exclaimed.
Matt Sullivan, a native of Mamaroneck, continues his career in television which started under the tutelage of LMCTV Vice President Michael Witsch, while attending Mamaroneck High School.  After studying film at Emerson College in Boston, Sullivan took his career to Los Angeles, working on several network television shows including Deal or no Deal, The Office, 24, House and Castle.  “I’m happy to bring all of my experience back home and continue the  mission of LMCTV,” said Sullivan.
In over 5 years working at LMCTV, Matt has redesigned the website, initiated a campaign for a new logo, allowed for LMCTV channels to be streamed online, transitioned to YouTube hosted videos, initiated indexed government meetings available on the internet and created an e-newsletter.
For more information, please contact COO Matt Sullivan @ or call 914-381-2002 ext. 202.  Visit us on the web @

Erik Lewis, LMCTV Chief Executive Officer

Erik Lewis, LMCTV Chief Executive Officer

Matt Sullivan, LMCTV Chief Operating Officer

Matt Sullivan, LMCTV Chief Operating Officer


MAMARONECK, New York (June 26, 2015) – LMCTV announces a ten-week, 18-game re-broadcast schedule of games televised during the 2014-2015 academic year at both Mamaroneck and Rye Neck High Schools.
The schedule consists of highlighted games, some of which went down to the final minutes — and final seconds — creating some of the most memorable moments of the year for Panthers and Tigers fans.
The action gets underway the weekend of July 3, with two tight soccer contests from Mamaroneck High School.
The series will wrap up the weekend of September 4 with both ends of Mamaroneck Baseball’s state championship doubleheader. Tiger fans can also relive the baseball team’s thrilling 13-inning win over Arlington in the Section 1 Class AA Semifinal the week prior, August 28.
Mamaroneck fans have another state championship to celebrate as well. The Tigers Field Hockey team takes home the hardware the weekend of July 31.
The fall season’s two best games at Rye Neck will be on display on back-to-back weekends, July 17 and July 24. First, the Black Hats secure their third straight trip to the Section 1 Class C Final with a close defensive-minded win over rival Dobbs Ferry. Then, the Panthers Boys Soccer team needs an extra set of penalty kicks to dispatch Valhalla in the Section 1 Class B Semifinal.
The schedule includes seven Section 1 playoff games and four NYSPHSAA playoff contests, including postseason competition in football, boys soccer, field hockey, boys basketball, ice hockey, girls lacrosse, and baseball.
Fans can watch every game LMC-TV Varsity Sports televised this year on LMCTV’s “Videos on Demand” section online at Fans can also request DVD copies of all televised games by calling 914-381-2002, ext. 0.
For more information on LMC-TV Varsity Sports, please contact Rob Moretti, LMC-TV Community Sports Producer, at 381-2002, x 207, or via email at You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports on Twitter at @LMCTVSports.
Weekend of July 3 – July 6
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Boys Soccer vs. Massapequa – 9/20/14
9:30pm/2:30pm:               Mamaroneck Girls Soccer vs. New Rochelle – 9/27/14
Weekend of July 10 – July 13
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Rye Neck Boys Soccer vs. Hastings – 9/30/14
9:35pm/2:35pm:               Mamaroneck Field Hockey vs. Lakeland – 10/15/14
Weekend of July 17 – July 20
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Rye Neck Football vs. Dobbs Ferry – 10/25/14 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of July 24 – July 27
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Rye Neck Boys Soccer vs. Valhalla – 10/29/14 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of July 31 – August 3
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Field Hockey vs. Saratoga Springs – 11/15/14 (State Semifinal)
9:20pm/2:20pm:               Mamaroneck Field Hockey vs. Sachem East – 11/16/14 (State Final)
Weekend of August 7 – August 10
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Boys Basketball vs. Scarsdale – 1/21/15
9:10pm/2:10pm:               Mamaroneck Boys Basketball vs. Ramapo – 2/12/15 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of August 14 – August 17
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Ice Hockey vs. Pelham – 2/27/15 (Sectional Playoffs)
9:35pm/2:35pm:               Mamaroneck Boys Lacrosse vs. Wantagh – 3/28/15
Weekend of August 21 – August 24
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Rye Neck Boys Lacrosse vs. Dobbs Ferry – 4/25/15
9:25pm/2:25pm:               Rye Neck Girls Lacrosse vs. Keio – 5/13/15 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of August 28 – August 31
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Baseball vs. North Rockland – 5/23/15 (Sectional Playoffs)
9:50pm/2:50pm:               Mamaroneck Baseball vs. Arlington – 5/27/15 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of September 4 – September 7
8:00pm/1:00pm:               Mamaroneck Baseball vs. Connetquot – 6/13/15 (State Semifinal)
9:50pm/2:50pm:               Mamaroneck Baseball vs. Saratoga Springs – 6/13/15 (State Final)
Friday: 8:00pm
Saturday: 1:00pm/8:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm/8:00pm
Monday: 1:00pm

Congratulations to all winners and nominees @ LMCTV's Award Night

On Friday, June 19, LMCTV hosted its Annual Award Night at the VFW Post 1156.  LMCTV would like to congratulate all of the nominees and winners as well as our wonderful volunteers who dedicate countless hours to continue making LMCTV “your community connection!”  Below is a list of this year’s nominees with winners in bold:

Official Nominee List
Best New Series:
“Terror TV” produced by Chris LaVigna & Matt Sullivan
“Scriptless” produced by Alan Bendich
“Drop Your Jaw Comedy Show” produced by Jovan Richards
“Inside Iona” produced by Mike Witsch and Kyle Byrne
“Rob Ceru Live!” produced by Rob Ceru
Best Single Program:
“Hell on Earth” produced by Kevin McGinley
“Leprechaun Leap” produced by The South East Consortium
“Listen Up! Benefit Concert for Autism Speaks” produced by Natalie Spangle
“My Bed Anderson’s Book Store” produced by Christine Powell
“Motions of History in the Sound Shore” produced by Andrey Gordon & Dena Schumacher
“How to be a Teen Filmmaker” produced by Gabby Giacomo
“Vistazos de Viaje” produced by Maria Elena Carullo
Best Series:
“Still Trying” produced by Henry Newberger
“The Tom Murphy Show” produced by Tom Murphy
“A Town Village Two” produced by Alice Bloom
“The Mayor’s Report” produced by Norman Rosenblum
“The Reverend and the Rabbi: Faith & Eggs” produced by Mike Charles
“The Westchester Chorale” produced by Fran Snedeker
Best Video Editor for a Community Production:
“Kiwanis Club Annual Classic Car Show” edited by Matt Bildzok
“Stemtastic” edited by Mark Rosenzweig
“Larchmont Fine Arts Festival” edited by Coby Hilelly
“Rag-a-Muffin Parade” edited by Diana Vasquez
“Habit for Humanity at Breezy Point” edited by Remy Litvin
For Best Community Videography for a Community Production:
“Kiwanis Club Annual Classic Car Show” shot by Jeremy Walman
“Santa at Flint Park” shot by Xavier Campo
“Larchmont Fine Arts festival” shot by Steven Briante
“Spooktacular” shot by Matt Bildzok
“Habitat at Breezy Point” shot by Miguel Guerrero
Best Editor for a Local Live News Package:
“Sal’s Pizza: 50th Anniversary” edited by Philippa Wharton
“Fireman’s Parade” edited by Anthony Carlo
“Larchmont Arts Festival” edited by Jogene Castillo
“Spooktacular “edited by Ashley Billone
Best Videographer for a Local Live News Package:
“The Haunt at Rocky Ledge” shot by Matt Tedesco
“Larchmont Arts Festival “shot by Steven Briante
“Material Recovery Facility” shot by Philippa Wharton
“Fireman’s Parade” shot by Xavier Campo
Best Overall Local Live News Package:
“The Haunt at Rocky Ledge” reported & produced by Michael Sciandra
“Mamaroneck Shares Block Party” reported & produced by Anthony Carlo
“New Rochelle Humane Society Holiday Portraits” reported & produced by Erika Lynne
“Habitat Homes for Veterans” reported by Rebecca Berman & produced by Philippa Wharton
LMC Varsity Sports Play of the Year (determined by popular vote on Facebook)

Mamaroneck Ice Hockey

Spero denies the breakaway
Mamaroneck Football

MJA’s record-breaking 95yd rush
Rye Neck Softball

King’s dominant performance
Rye Neck Boys Soccer

PK save and winner
Rye Neck Football

Sevean’s one-handed pick
Mamaroneck Boys Basketball

Haughton’s spin cycle
Mamaroneck Field Hockey

Tigers scoring barrage for the title
Mamaroneck Baseball – Karlan walks off in the 13th

2015 Volunteer of the Year Award
Andrey Gordon
2015 Val Estabook Award
Tom Vardell
2015 Mary Anne Sullivan Award
Mike Charles

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