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Articles by The Voice of Pelham

The doctors who served and healed

Grant Black reflects on his family’s service to the nation BY GLORIA J. KATCH Special to the VOICE For Grant Black, the advent of Remembrance Day has been one of discovery, in addition to the…


Library CEO shelves it

After successful stint in Pelham, Kirk Weaver heads to private sector BY JENNIFER CHORNLEY The VOICE After almost 20 years working in the public sector, Pelham Library CEO Kirk Weaver is closing the books and…



Pelham joins national Bells of Peace Initiative

Five local churches will ring their bells one hundred times to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I’s end BY JENNIFER CHORNLEY The VOICE On November 11, bells will ring out in churches throughout…


Rotary recognition

  BY VOICE STAFF The Rotary Club of Fonthill recognized five community-oriented individuals at its Annual Rotary Evening of Celebration on Thursday, November 1. Lookout Point Golf Club was the backdrop for the evening’s event,…


Pelham CAO back in action

  BY VOICE STAFF Pelham’s Chief Administrative Officer is back on the job. Darren Ottaway was at work on Monday, and attended the outgoing Town Council’s last meeting, on Monday evening. An entirely new council…


COLUMN SIX: More than fuss and feathers

School board caution over a classic may not be a bad thing BY COLIN BREZICKI Special to the VOICE In the same week that Peel Board of Education placed To Kill A Mockingbird on its…



Pelham CAO absent

  BY VOICE STAFF Town of Pelham CAO Darren Ottaway has not been into work for approximately the past two weeks. Ottaway’s current employment status is unclear. Town Public Relations and Marketing Specialist Marc MacDonald…