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Former Irvington School Tech Administrator Sues District Parent

by Barrett Seaman –  Days before The Journal News tax columnist David McKay Wilson published the results of his four-month long investigation into alleged moonlighting by Jesse Lubinsky with tech giant Google’s education partner EdTech, the Irvington school bo... More »


Nevis Labs in Irvington Hosts “Science-on-Hudson”

Public Lecture Series by Barbara Moroch –  Galileo Galilei. Isaac Newton. Albert Einstein. All easily recognizable names of renowned physicists who have made quantum leaps in our understanding of the universe and our place in it. Physics is arguably the bedroc... More »


Irvington Girls Basketball Coach Maher Notches 700th Career Win

by Tom Pedulla –  Gina Maher recently reached an extraordinary milestone when she earned her 700th victory at Irvington, an unprecedented total for a New York State Athletic Association girls basketball coach. Her remarkable resume also includes five state cha... More »


New Owner Outlines Plans for Irvington’s Villa Lewaro

by Barrett Seaman –  Most applicants for non-traditional uses of prominent properties in Irvington can expect to be greeted by skeptical regulators and nervous neighbors worried about disruption of their placid village lifestyle. But not Richelieu Dennis. The ... More »


Solar Farm Proposed for East Irvington as Clean Energy Source

by Robert Kimmel –      The Town of Greenburgh is anticipating a formal application within the next several months from a company that has proposed building a solar farm in East Irvington. Representatives of the company, Cap Vert Energie (CVE), met preliminari... More »


Main Street School Stands Up Against Bullying

Dressed in white and orange shirts, Main Street School students and staff members in Irvington celebrated Unity Day, the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month, by uniting against bullying and showing their support. In addition, the students par... More »


Irvington’s Quest for an Equitable Parking Solution Continues

by Barrett Seaman –  This issue starts and ends on one point: there are not enough parking spaces in the Village of Irvington—or as Village Administrator Larry Schopfer puts it, “The inventory is there, but not always where people want it.’ Once in a decade or... More »


Irvington Theater to Screen “RBG” on December 14

Arts & Entertainment Introduction by Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Q&A with Film’s Director by Shana Liebman –  An audible sigh of relief could be heard round the world when Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg quickly recovered from her recent fall ... More »


Irvington Senior is Center of Attack for Bulldogs This Season

by Tom Pedulla –  Sidney Thybulle, a center, and Colby Martins, a guard, played basketball together for so many years that they learned to anticipate each other’s moves and developed games that complemented one another. They long dreamt of helping Irvington Hi... More »