Virus causes eight-day computer shutdown

IRVINGTON, NJ — An inactive internet has caused some major frustration in Irvington. The eight-day shutdown, caused by a nasty virus, resulted in setbacks within the municipal government building and affected everyone except for the Public Safety Department. Irvington Municipal Clerk Harold Weiner was quite aware of the disruption. “I haven’t had computer service since […]

Unveiling of new school celebrated in Irvington

Unveiling of new school celebrated in Irvington

IRVINGTON, NJ — The New Jersey Schools Development Authority joined Irvington School District leaders, students and state and local officials at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Madison Avenue Elementary School in Irvington on Thursday, Sept. 19. The new school was one of the four new facilities opened by the NJSDA this September, and has […]

One final showcase for Arts Unbound

One final showcase for Arts Unbound

ORANGE, NJ — The final curtain has fallen for Arts Unbound, the Orange organization founded in 2000 to provide artistic services for disabled individuals and senior citizens. “Opulent Mobility,” the nonprofit’s final exhibition, took place Saturday, Sept. 14, after which it closed its doors for good. The organization was geared toward the principle that art […]

New grant program to boost home ownership in Essex County

New grant program to boost home ownership in Essex County

NEWARK, NJ — Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss, Orange Mayor Dwayne D. Warren and local stakeholders gathered for the announcement of the 75th NeighborhoodLIFT program at 89 Bolden Ave., Newark, on Friday, Sept. 13. The house at which the event was hosted is owned by New Jersey Community Capital and will be going on the market […]

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