Although Chase was paid $37,673, he still wants W2 form

Although Chase was paid $37,673, he still wants W2 form

IRVINGTON, NJ — Former police Chief Michael Chase considers it good news that the township has agreed to pay him the $37,673 that the New Jersey state civil Service commission says it owes him, although he has still not received a W2 tax form from township government for this amount. This is the same amount […]

Service Above Self Awards Brunch honors several residents

Service Above Self Awards Brunch honors several residents

IRVINGTON, NJ — The Rotary Club of Irvington will be hosting its annual Service Above Self Awards Brunch on Saturday, March 18, at 10 a.m. in the Hanover Manor in East Hanover. This year’s awardees are: Dr. October Hudley, the library media specialist at Grove Street Elementary School; Public Safety Director Tracy Bowers; Irvington Fire […]

Multi-family sales total 170 Units/$12.82 million featured in East Orange, Orange, Irvington

ESSEX COUNTY — In East Orange/The Oranges and Irvington, where transit-fueled multi-family investment is facilitating a regional renaissance, Gebroe-Hammer Associates Managing Director David Oropeza has arranged four separate sales totaling 170 apartment-rental units and $12.82 million. In each of the transactions, the 30-year investment brokerage veteran exclusively represented the sellers and identified the buyers of […]

Mayor says Irvington was ready for Winter Storm Stella

IRVINGTON, NJ — Mayor Tony Vauss said the township was ready to take on the nor’easter Winter Storm Stella on Monday, March 13, as it was set to hit the Tri-State area early Tuesday morning, March 14, and dump between 10 and 20 inches of snow. “We’re preparing throughout the day and evening and we’ll […]

Chase still looking for salary reimbursement from Irvington

Chase still looking for salary reimbursement from Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — Although former Irvington Police Chief Michael Chase filed a lawsuit against Mayor Tony Vauss, Public Safety Director Tracy Bowers, former police Director and current Public Safety Department employee Joseph Santiago and the township of Irvington, alleging he was illegally fired in January 2016, Chase received a W2 tax form from the Irvington […]

Hamm, others start crafting black agenda for NJ

Hamm, others start crafting black agenda for NJ

NEWARK, NJ — At the State of the Black World Conference in Newark last year, People’s Organization for Progress Chairman Larry Hamm said his organization would hold a meeting Saturday, March 4, to begin working on developing a comprehensive black agenda for New Jersey ahead of the primary election Tuesday, June 6, and the general […]

Rehabilitation of Lyons Avenue Bridge to begin on March 13

IRVINGTON, NJ — A project to reconstruct the Lyons Avenue Bridge in Irvington is set to start. During the three-month construction project, which starts on Monday, March 13, Lyons Avenue between Lincoln Place and Union Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic. A temporary bridge will be installed for pedestrians to cross the construction area. […]

Irvington High School wins the 2017 Essex County Consumer Bowl Championship title

Irvington High School wins the 2017 Essex County Consumer Bowl Championship title

IRVINGTON, NJ — For the ninth straight year, the Irvington High School Consumer Bowl Team has won the Essex County Championship. The county competition was on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at West Caldwell Tech High School. Irvington High School competed with West Side High School and the following Essex County Vocational/Technical Schools: Bloomfield, Newark North 13th […]

Irvington DPW director running for re-election to Assembly

IRVINGTON, NJ — It’s that time of year again, when challengers throw their names into the mix while incumbents consider whether to run for re-election. For state Assemblyman Jamel Holley, there was never any doubt. “I can’t believe how time flies; today makes two years that I have been serving you in the state Assembly, […]

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