An Irvington Race in Cyberspace Read on & Write In

With an important Irvington Trustee election on Tuesday, March 18, resident voters have choices to make at their polling places. Francis Goudie, an Engineer with extensive work experience throughout the Metropolitan area,... Read more »

Teen Poetry Westchester…, at the Irvington Public Library

A five-session poetry writing workshop for teenagers, guided by noted poet and teacher, Joanna Fuhrman, will be held at the Irvington Public Library on March 25, April 1, April 8, April 15... Read more »

The write-in Vote Procedure for Irvington Residents

… is not complicated. In fact it is very easy and it’s done inside the voting booth. Every voting machine will accept a write-in vote. Every polling inspector (if asked) can and... Read more »

Seeing Red

The Village of Irvington is set to lose $322,201 after making a 75 percent deposit for a new fire engine with a Wisconsin-based company that has since gone bankrupt. When the competitive... Read more »

Running for Re-Election in Irvington

The Village Board may remain unchanged as two incumbents are vying for two open two-year seats at the March 18 election. At press time, there was still a possibility that Independent candidates... Read more »

What’s In Store For Irvington in 2008?

River Journal talked with Mayor Erin Malloy and Irvington Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Matusiak. In the municipality, Malloy said that she and the rest of the governing body is looking forward to... Read more »

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 more than... 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 six former... 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 »