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Jay Gould Biographer Coming to Irvington Jan. 22

From the Gothic towers of Lyndhurst to the grounds of Irvington Presbyterian and St. Barnabas churches, the shadow of financier and railroad mogul Jay Gould looms large in the rivertowns. But as author and former Wall Street Journal bureau chief Greg Steinmetz... More »

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Irvington Girls Soccer Team Honored

The Irvington High School girls’ varsity soccer team was recognized this week by the Greenburgh Town Board for its historic season—winning the school’s first Class B Championship with an impressive 19-4-1 record. More »

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Irvington Board Honors Abinanti and Brennan

With the new year comes change and with it the chance to honor those moving on from active rolls in civic affairs. So it was that at its first-of-the-year meeting, the Irvington Board of Trustees honored outgoing assemblyman Tom Abinanti, who for more than a d... More »

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State Awards Irvington $1,136,000 To Mitigate Barney Creek Flooding

By Barrett Seaman— Longtime residents of the rivertowns know all too well that water flows east to west—down from the high ridge that separates the Saw Mill River from the Hudson. Gathering in the streams and creeks that find passage down from the hilltop pond... More »

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Irvington Hires Sustainability Director

By Barrett Seaman— Communities across Westchester County, including the rivertowns, are elevating the status of environmental sustainability enhancement as a function of local government. The latest move in that direction is in Irvington, where the village boa... More »

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The Irvington Historical Society’s Train Show Is On Track Again

By Barrett Seaman– The Irvington Historical Society is inviting young and old to visit its train show in the basement of its McVickar House headquarters near the top of Main Street in the village. With six working trains on track—both HO and Lionel’s O gauge, ... More »

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Irvington Girls Take State Class B Soccer Title

By Tom Pedulla— Since the fourth game of what turned into a magical season, Irvington girls’ soccer coach Patrick DiBenedetto created a “spirit ball.” He wrote motivational sayings on the ball, which became a constant presence on the sideline. The first entry,... More »

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Debate Continues Over Irvington Football Team 9/11 Flag Tribute

By Rick Pezzullo— It’s been more than seven weeks since the Irvington High School varsity football team ran onto the field waving the American flag and another flag known for promoting the “Blue Lives Matter” pro-police movement as a tribute to September 11, 2... More »

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Irvington Affordable Housing Project Dead

By Barrett Seaman— Wilder Balter Properties, the Chappaqua-based developer with a long and successful record of building and managing affordable housing projects in Westchester, is withdrawing its bid to buy the four-acre Maxon Corporation property at 76 North... More »

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Main Street School Students Mark Unity Day

By Rick Pezzullo— Fourth and fifth grade students from Main Street School in Irvington marked Unity Day on Oct. 19 with several activities as part of National Bullying Prevention Month. “We celebrated kindness, friendship and our community, joining others arou... More »

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Irvington Superintendent Rips Football Team 9/11 Tribute

By Rick Pezzullo— Irvington Superintendent of Schools Kristopher Harrison took issue last week with the varsity football team’s tribute to September 11, 2021 first responders during their first game last month. Prior to kicking off the season on Sept. 10 vs Ha... More »

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Rock Around the Park

By Barrett Seaman— In addition to pandemic-induced pent-up demand for a good old-fashioned outdoor party, Irvington this year has a birthday to celebrate—its 150th as an incorporated village. What better way to celebrate than at a revival of Rocktoberfest, the... More »

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Madam Walker Now a Barbie Doll

By Barrett Seaman— Honored in books, films and murals, Irvington’s own Madam C.J. Walker has now been selected by toymaker Mattel to join the “Barbie’s Inspiring Women Series” alongside such exemplars of feminine fame and fortitude as Eleanor Roosevelt, Helen ... More »

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Irvington Bulldogs Feel They’re Headed in the Right Direction

By Tom Pedulla– Second year coach Jeff Michael appears to have Irvington football headed in the right direction. Enthusiasm for the program is running high, with 41 players on the roster compared to 24 last year. And there are players with game-changing abilit... More »

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