Irvington Residents to Speak Out Against North Broadway Rezoning

Several Irvington homeowners will urge the Irvington Village board to reject a rezoning proposal that would allow commercial and institutional uses on land currently zoned for single-family residences, when the board meets... Read more »

Irvington Students Create Self-Portraits Through “Eyes on Art”

Late last year, students at Main Street School and Dows Lane Elementary School created their own art, inspired by American Impressionist Mary Cassatt, as part of the PTSA-funded Eyes on Art program.... Read more »

Irvington High School senior named a semifinalist in Regeneron science competition

Rishit Gupta, a senior and member of the Irvington High School Science Research Program, was named a top scholar in the 79th annual Regeneron Science Talent Search. He is among 300 semifinalists... Read more »

Main Street School Names Spelling Bee Champions

Fourth and fifth graders competed for the title of Main Street School’s best spellers during the 13th annual Spelling Bee championship, held in January. 83 fourth-graders and 55 fifth graders participated in... Read more »

Emergency Responder Course Offered at Irvington High School

As a prospective student of medicine, Zoe Jacobs was looking for more ways to get involved in the medical community. She had already done some volunteer work and shadowed doctors, but wanted more. She was particularly interested in taking an EMT... Read more »

Bulldogs Basketball Player Reaches 1,000-Point Milestone

With just a minute into the basketball game on Jan. 29, Irvington High School senior Abby Conklin reached an impressive career milestone – her 1,000th point. Conklin, an outstanding athlete, was up to... Read more »

Theatre Company Creates a Buzz with “The Vibrator Play” Benefiting Equality Now

River’s Edge Theatre Company has announced the second staged reading of its inaugural season, “In the Next Room (or the vibrator play)” by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Sara Wolkowitz. The staged reading... Read more »

Hour of Code Nurtures Creativity and Problem-Solving Skills in Irvington 

Fourth and fifth graders at Main Street School joined millions of students worldwide to participate in coding and computer programming activities as part of the annual Hour of Code in December. The event, held worldwide the week of December 9-13,... Read more »

Puppet Show Helps Irvington’s Main Street School Students Celebrate Differences  

A special musical puppet show, Addy and Uno, highlighting characters with disabilities and stressing the importance of inclusion, entertained fourth and fifth graders at Main Street School on December 12.  “The play is about being brave... Read more »

Irvington Main Street School names Spelling Bee champions

Fourth and fifth graders competed to claim the title of Main Street School’s best spellers during the 13th annual Spelling Bee championship, held in the auditorium on Jan. 10. Eighty-three fourth graders... Read more »