Bulldogs Roam the Irvington Streets

During the spring and summer months, pedestrians on Irvington’s Main Street will see more than the many stores, restaurants and amazing views of the Hudson River that the town has […] Read more »

A Century of Scouting in Irvington

2024 is an important year for the Irvington Girl Scouts. December marks their 100th anniversary after being founded by Isabel K. Benjamin, known as the “First Lady of Irvington” and […] Read more »

Irvington Coach Gina Maher Reaches Uncharted Ground 

At 6:15 p.m. on Feb. 1, the Irvington High School gymnasium was filled to bursting with people of all ages dressed in green and white, the Irvington school colors. The […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Fifth Grader Fights for Climate Change

A group of young New Yorkers traveled to a Nov. 30 press conference in Albany to demand Gov. Kathy Hochul sign the proposed NY Heat Act when it reaches her […] Read more »

Greenburgh Youth Poet Laureate Hopes to Inspire Other Teens

After receiving an email from his English teacher about the town of Greenburgh’s brand new position on the Arts and Culture committee, 16 year old Asa Miller of Hartsdale applied […] Read more »