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Irvington Farmers Market Opens on Sunday, May 31

Irvington’s 2015 market has switched from its Wednesday offering to Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., “With a whole new ‘hands on’ board (literally –  we are meeting in May to make hand-painted signs for the market and our vendors), and, with it, a new look, new... More »

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Brrzaar Yogurt Café Opens at the Irvington Train Station

|   by Linda Viertel  | Inside the newly renovated Irvington train station, Brrzaar offers a charming venue serving frozen and fresh yogurts accompanied by a variety of appealing topping choices, artisanal coffee, and a unique iced coffee taste treat from New ... More »

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Taking the Plunge

The Fourth Annual Penguin Plunge, sponsored by F.A.C.E. (Fundraising and Community Events of Irvington), was held April 26 at Matthiessen Park Beach. Among those taking a dip in the Hudson River was Irvington Trustee Christina Giliberti.  —Photos by Sunny McLe... More »

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Inaugural TEDx Tarrytown Women Event Scheduled

One hundred rivertown residents will come together on Thursday, May 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., for the inaugural TEDxTarrytownWomen event, a day of networking and dialogue. The independently produced event, operated under a license from TED, was organized by c... More »

Taxes to Rise 3.5% in Irvington School Budget

|  By Rick Pezzullo  | School taxes are slated to increase 3.5% in the $57.66 million 2015-16 Irvington School District budget. For the average homeowner in the district, the increase would translate to $585. School taxes make up about 60% of a property owner’... More »

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Incumbent, Two Newcomers Vie for Seats on Irvington Board of Ed

|  by Rick Pezzullo  | Two of the five seats on the Irvington Board of Education are up for grabs in the May 19 election. With board Vice President Maria Kashkin opting not to seek reelection, Robyn Kerner, a former board president and vice president, is the l... More »

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New Irvington Laws Aim to Stave Off Wrecking Ball

|  by Barrett Seaman  | When the Irvington Historic District Committee (IHDC) held public information sessions two years ago in an effort to resurrect a 10-year-old plan to designate much of the village’s business district as “historic,” many local owners voic... More »

Uncertain State Aid Leaves Irvington School Budget In Flux

|  by Janie Rosman  |   Uncertainty about state aid has left the Irvington School District with a lot of unanswered questions, according to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kristopher Harrison. The absence of state aid and unknown savings associated with the refi... More »