Washington Irving’s Sunnyside to Reopen to the Public on August 7

Enjoy the picturesque grounds surrounding the home of “America’s Founding Father of Literature” Historic Hudson Valley will begin to welcome visitors back to Washington Irving’s Sunnyside for a special outdoor-only experience beginning... Read more »

Irvington Class of 2020 Feted with Drive-Through Celebration 

A graduation video features highlights from the car parade, prerecorded speeches, and each graduate’s picture. Photo courtesy Irvington Union Free School District  Dressed in their caps and gowns, members of Irvington High School’s Class of 2020 received... Read more »

My 47-Year Journey to the Cuomo Bridge Bike Path 

  The opening of the new shared bike/pedestrian trail on the Mario Cuomo Bridge is a dream come true for me.   It takes me back to 1973, when I persuaded the Westchester County Board of Legislators... Read more »

Anthony Lando Joins Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in Irvington

Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty today announced that seasoned real estate agent Anthony Lando has joined the company’s Irvington, N.Y., brokerage. A lifelong resident of New York, Lando brings multi-faceted real... Read more »

Irvington High School Class of 2020 Honored with Special Drive-Through Celebration

Dressed in their caps and gowns, members of Irvington High School’s Class of 2020 received their diplomas during a special drive-through celebration on June 20. Along the procession route, which began at... Read more »

Irvington High School Students Earn Awards at Tri-County Science & Technology Fair 

A group of eight Irvington High School juniors who are members of the Science Research Program participated in the Tri-County Science & Technology Fair. They electronically submitted their work, which was judged by a team... Read more »

Irvington Middle School Eighth Grader Named Finalist in NY Times’ Editorial Contest

Irvington Middle School eighth grader Katherine Fisher has been selected as a finalist in The New York Times’ 7th annual Editorial Contest for middle and high schoolers. In her short, evidence-based persuasive... Read more »

Irvington High School Senior Named National Merit Scholarship Winner

  Irvington High School senior Adriana Palmieri is among an elite group of students nationwide to receive a scholarship in this year’s 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program competition.   “We are incredibly proud of Adriana,” Principal Juliet Gevargis-Mizimakoski said.... Read more »

Irvington Teen Faces Civil Suit Over Alleged Theft of Cryptocurrency

A lawsuit alleging the theft of cryptocurrency in the millions of dollars has been brought against Irvington teen Ellis Pinsky, 18, by Michael Terpin, a marketer and advisor to cryptocurrency and technology... Read more »

Coping With Coronavirus: Keeping the Community on Course

An interview with Kristopher Harrison, Superintendent of Schools, Irvington Union Free School District  (Interviewed by Lily Alig) As Covid-19 continues to affect our communities, donations of time and resources have emerged from... Read more »