Who You Gonna Call? Pothole Killer! 

What’s more annoying than driving around Westchester and feeling that shock of hitting a massive pothole that you’re sure wasn’t even there yesterday? Like snow, freezing temperatures and school closings, potholes are... Read more »

Irvington Middle School Names Geography Bee Champion

Ten finalists – students in grades six through eight – waged a spirited competition answering questions covering all facets of geography in the U.S. and the world before an audience of peers,... Read more »

Prominent Guests Help Irvington Students Spread Kindness on World Read Aloud Day

With the common theme of ‘kindness’ for this year’s World Read Aloud Day, students at Dows Lane Elementary School and Main Street School welcomed prominent members of the community as guest readers... Read more »

Irvington High School Students Earn Medals at Science Olympiad

Twelve members of the Irvington High School Science Olympiad Club earned multiple medals when they competed at the annual regional Science Olympiad, held at Byram Hills High School on February 2. “We... Read more »

Irvington Middle School Eighth-Graders Build Models of Washington, D.C. Buildings

Irvington Middle School eighth-graders became ‘architects,’ creating a three-dimensional map of Washington, D.C., complete with nearly 40 proportional models of iconic buildings in the nation’s capital. Using cardboard boxes and minimal art... Read more »

Lynn Berliner Joins Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in Irvington

Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty announced today that Lynn Berliner, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, has joined the firm and will work out of its Irvington, N.Y., brokerage. Berliner formerly served as... Read more »

The Power of Wealth and Humility:  A Reflection on Two Highly Influential African Americans

In honor of Black History Month, we, the Assistant Town Historians, wanted to do a piece highlighting the contributions of African Americans. Power has been defined in many ways.  At times power... Read more »

“The Disappearing Railroad Blues” Greenburgh Style: The Fate of the Putnam Railroad Line and the Old Putnam Trail

“All the towns and people seem to fade into a bad dream and the steel rails still ain’t heard the news. The conductor sings his song again, the passengers will please refrain.... Read more »

Irvington Middle Schoolers Help Each Other Develop Writing Skills and Strategies

Seventh-graders writing personal narrative stories in Tom Sandler’s and Caroline Knudsen’s English language arts classes at Irvington Middle School collaborated with their peers to polish their writing.  Working with partners, the students read each... Read more »

Irvington UFSD Students Keep Their Eyes on Art

  The art of Japan’s Yayoi Kusama, top-selling female artist in the world, inspired students at Dows Lane Elementary School and Main Street School to express their imagination and create their own art through the PTSA-funded Eyes on Art program. ... Read more »