Irvington Resident to Raise Funds for Children

Sandy Randell, an Irvington resident for 18 years, has been named Director of Development and Community Relations for Abbott House, the multi-faceted social service agency headquartered in Irvington that serves […] Read more »

Irvington residents may reside on Bridge Street

Move over Main Street. Residents might see 19 new residential units and 4,000 square feet of new retail, restaurant and other business space along Bridge Street. Read more »

Former Mayors Night in Irvington

Forty-two years of Irvington leadership and history was literally on center stage at The Irvington Town Hall Theatre on Friday evening, September 28. A capacity crowd came to listen to […] Read more »

Irvington’s “River Chick” Organize for Charity

A very imaginative and innovative group of Irvington businesswomen have organized their five businesses to develop projects that will benefit various charity events in Westchester. Read more »

After 94 Years, A New Bridge For Irvington

It has provided passage for countless pedestrians destined for Matthiessen Park and other points on the Westside of the railroad tracks. It has borne the weight of cars and trucks […] Read more »

Making Good…, Irvington Board Addresses Taxes and Spending

At Irvington’s most recent Board of Trustees meeting the forty-five seat room was filled to capacity, and like a good Off-Broadway show there was standing room only which spilled outside. Read more »

Taxing Matters, Irvington Looks at Possible Relief

Consider the following. There are 9,600 taxing entities within the State of New York. There are 4,600 local governments that tax. New York has the distinction of being the highest […] Read more »

Capture the Moment in Irvington

The Irvington Historical Society’s First Annual Photo Contest is in progress. The Society wants to receive for display, preservation and future reference, photos which show the beauty and or unique […] Read more »

Irvington’s Citizen’s Budget Committee, A Matter of Dollars and Sense

When this publication first interviewed Trustee Erin Malloy last fall, she labeled taxes as one of her principal concerns for the residents of Irvington. Read more »

“Great Adaptations”

The Irvington Historical Society will host its second annual house tour “Great Adaptations” on Saturday, May 19th. As the title implies, while many of the original Irvington estates of the […] Read more »