Irvington


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Ir·ving·ton

 (ûr′vĭng-tən)
A township of northeast New Jersey west of New York City. It was settled in 1692 as Camptown and renamed in 1852 in honor of Washington Irving.

Ir•ving•ton

(ˈɜr vɪŋ tən)

n.
a town in NE New Jersey, near Newark. 61,493.
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Notes: Proposals must be received by the Township Clerk in the Municipal Building, Room 116, One Civic Square, Irvington, New Jersey 07111 no later than Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 10:00 a.
Gebroe-Hammer Associates arranged four trades totaling 176 units on behalf of private investors in Irvington, Montclair and East Orange:
Irvington Drive and Willowbrook neighborhood (Lancaster to Hyacinth) - Stormwater utility improvements continue this week.
The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development at Rutgers Business School is sponsoring Lemonade Day in Newark, Irvington and New Brunswick to expose youth to starting, owning and operating their own businesses
After 13 months of digging the New Irvington Tunnel in the state of California from four separate tunnel headings, miners from two of the headings have met up with each other underground.
The bride is the daughter of Eva Jones of Anaheim Hills, California, and Brett and Dale Jones of Irvington, Alabama.
We found that our working class and middle class would always rush toward the malls," said Wayne Smith, mayor of Irvington.
OF the jockeys riding last night, only Pat Eddery has ridden more winners at the track in the last five years than Hughes, and he partnered the stable's third winner Irvington to complete a double initiated earlier by Sir Michael Stoute's Manoubi.
After graduating from Irvington High, Dee became a work-at-home mom and raised six kids.
From an article in The Washington Post datelined Irvington, New Jersey: "Authorities said that eight-year-old Hamadi Alston stood up at his desk at Augusta Street School last Thursday, pointed paper folded to look like a gun at his classmates, and said, `I'm going to kill you all.
old Haitian-American who narrowly survived a beating by three Irvington, New Jersey police officers three years ago.
Irvington Mayor Sara Dost organized a gospel-singing vigil on March 25 to pray for help in the budgetary crisis, which is so severe that state officials are considering taking supervision of the town's finances.