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town (1990 pop. 59,774), Essex co., NE N.J., an industrial suburb of Newark; settled 1692 as Camptown, renamed 1852, inc. 1898. Tools, castings, photographic equipment, paints, building materials, and plastic and paper products are among its manufactures.
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Five of the county's nine sales were in Irvington, where a total of 170 units comprised nearly three-quarters of total deal volume.
A month later, miners at the Irvington Portal in Fremont began tunneling east and set the two crews on a collision course.
The New Irvington Tunnel and Newark Bay Bridge contracts went to joint ventures that include Tutor Perini.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was her stepmother, Dale Jones of Irvington, Alabama.
The majority of the sequence took place at Irvington Park, which received a $1 million facelift that same year and is now the largest park in the community.
On November 15, Librera announced release of funds to pay for the Irvington contract.
Irvington had been second in two similar races on the course this summer, but this time held on by half a length from the far-from-genuine-looking Fortune Point, having once again made the running.
The project is a public-private initiative involving the village of Irvington, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), and a non-profit environmental organization called Scenic Hudson.
On October 16, about 250 participated in a protest rally and march from the Irvington police station to the Essex County Courthouse.
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.
From about 7 to 8 PM, they were going from one pornographic site to the next," relates Stanley, technology coordinator for Irvington High School in Fremont, California.
5 million first mortgage secured by a site in Irvington, NY, measuring 5.