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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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Halloween 2018
Irvington

The Halloween scene on North Dutcher Street in Irvington The street is packed long before the 7:00pm start time for the band, made up of local residents. The post trick-or-treat fest has become a big village tradition.   More »

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Irvington Passes Law to Allow Bed-and-Breakfasts

by Barrett Seaman –  Fulfilling one of the items from their recently updated Comprehensive Plan, Irvington trustees last month passed a law allowing bed-and-breakfasts to operate in the village going forward—albeit with restrictions. Homeowners may convert all... More »

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“In many ways, we never felt more American”

Irvington was one of the many villages, towns and cities throughout the nation that paused on the morning of 9/11—a Tuesday, just as it was the day the twin towers were struck by hijacked airlines. Standing on the southern shoreline of the village’s Scenic Hud... More »

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Irvington Fire Chief Resigns Over Funds Irregularities

Barrett Seaman – A routine internal check of the Irvington Fire Company’s books revealed that during the month of July, nearly $1,000 had been charged to the company’s Wells Fargo credit card. Further investigation revealed that Joe Trama, who had been elected... More »

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Irvington’s Salon Zinie Changes Locations on Main Street

by Linda Viertel –  Master hair stylist and shop owner Zinie Shemen has been the proprietress of a highly successful unisex hair salon on Irvington’s Main Street for over 26 years. But, when faced with her landlord’s request to take over her current space, she... More »