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Three Running for Two Seats on Irvington Board of Education

by Rick Pezzullo –  Three candidates will be vying for two available seats on the Irvington Board of Education when district voters go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15. Board President Michael Hanna is the lone incumbent in the race as Trustee Catherine Palmier... More »


Irvington Policeman Breaks Up Rapid Coyote Attack in Thornwood

by Barrett Seaman – When he first saw the coyote run across the open field at Thornwood’s James Carroll Park, Arcangelo Liberatore didn’t think much of it, as coyotes have become common sights in Westchester. But then the off-duty Irvington police officer hear... More »


River City Grille Murder Case Moves to County Grand Jury

by Barrett Seaman –  April 16  Her hair pinned back and her hands cuffed, a subdued Rosa Ramirez, 27, made a brief re-appearance in Irvington’s courtroom Monday before Village Judge Desmond Lyons. Her court-appointed legal aid attorney, Jessica Hugel, told the... More »


NYC Woman charged with Murder in Irvington Restaurant Kitchen

by Barrett Seaman – Shortly before 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, Rosa Ramirez, 27, of 5 Allen Street, New York City, was arraigned by Irvington Village Judge Desmond Lyons on one count of Murder Two following the death of Bonifacio A. Rodriguez, 39, of Yonkers.... More »


Irvington Lady Bulldogs Fall One Game Short of State Title

by Tom Pedulla –  Irvington girls’ basketball coach Gina Maher held an emotional team meeting that had little to do with the game itself immediately after a 55-52 loss to Susquehanna Valley in the Class B state final. Maher wanted her players to see beyond a h... More »


Irvington Activists Continue Efforts to Promote Progressive Agenda

by Barrett Seaman –   They are organized. They are committed. And they are local. But, in many ways, they are emblematic of what has been happening on a national scale. Like similar political groundswells in Virginia, Alabama and most recently in Pennsylvania’... More »


Irvington and Tarrytown Schools Reviewing Security Measures

By Robert Kimmel –  In the wake of the Florida school shooting, and recent similar tragedies, school district leaders in Irvington and Tarrytown are reviewing existing security measures within their schools. “Over the last five-and-a-half years, we’ve institut... More »


In Our Libraries

The following events have been scheduled for March at the Warner Library, 121 N. Broadway in Tarrytown. For more information, call 631-7734 or visit Thursday, March 1 at 2 p.m. Video – Library of Congress Gershwin Prize –An all-star tribute ... More »