Life after Irvington’s Budget Approval, Returning to the Waterfront

Irvington has begun to redirect its energy now that the crucial Village Budget has been approved. The waterfront is front and center along with attending to rejuvenating the streetscape on Main Street... Read more »

Mayors, Coming and Going

Yes he can!Yes he did! Jonathan Siegel was sworn in as Irvington’s new mayor on Monday April 6, taking over for Nicola Coddington. Read more »

Election 2009, Room at the Top

During Obama’s campaign for president, the popular refrain became, "Yes, we can." In the lead-up to next month’s Village elections in Irvington, the refrain has become, "Yes, he can. " The "he"... Read more »

Bee 3 Swarms Into Irvington

On Friday, January 30th, twenty-one three-person teams squared off in a maelstrom of intellectual prowess within the confines of the Irvington Town Hall Theater. Read more »

Reflections on the Irvington Field Vote Defeat

It’s quite astounding that the Irvington School Board, after a landslide defeat of the fields referendum, thinks the main reason is the economy. I realize that the Board spent a great deal of time deliberating and is... Read more »

Letters to the Editor: Voters Weigh In School Board Proposal.

This letter begins simply as a thank-you note to everyone who worked together to ensure that our community’s voice was heard loudly and clearly. The Irvington fields bond vote is over and... Read more »

A Significant Year of Change for the Village of Irvington

Change has been coming to Irvington in many forms. Financial pressures and future budget concerns are big issues as the calendar year winds down. The Village’s fiscal year ends May 31, 2009. Read more »

Transitions – Irvington Mayor Resigns; Village Moves to Curb Spending

Irvington Mayor Erin Malloy resigned on November 7. The following is her letter of resignation, taken directly from the website. Read more »

“Lucky To Be In Irvington”, A Candid Conversation with Local Merchants

Everyone realizes that Wal-Mart is doing extremely well as a retailer with its profits seemingly recession-proof and growing even stronger in these lean financial times. Read more »

From Wall Street to Irvington’s Main Street

The economic crisis officially has spread from Wall Street to Main Street. Actually, 85 Main Street, in Irvington, to be precise. "It’s not just a headline in the newspaper; it’s real stuff,"... Read more »