Irvington


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Irvington,

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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111 North Broadway (State Route 9) is a three-story brick converted mansion containing 17 apartments and an on-site parking lot in Irvington, NY.
Timofey Yuriev was walking with his golden retriever Kira at the Irvington Reservoir when he saw two other dogs get trapped in the icy waters, The Rockland/Westchester Journal News reported on Tuesday, March 12.
Murray and acting Irvington police director Musa Malik said in a statement.
A miscellaneous shower was hosted by the groom's family and friends in Irvington, Alabama.
A month later, miners at the Irvington Portal in Fremont began tunneling east and set the two crews on a collision course.
The contracts were awarded by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Council for work on the New Irvington Tunnel; the New York State Thruway Authority for work on the Tappan Zee Bridge; and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority for work on the Newark Bay Bridge.
CLINT JOHNS, TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR and teacher at Irvington High School in Fremont, CA, is determined to create what he calls "seamless pathways" between his school's students and both the modern job market and the demands of higher education.
I knew Sky-Rob would elevate one day and forget to descend, send us notes in the form of kinetic graffs on the clouds' underbellies, that he would rise above Irvington and all its grey and quick deaths.
The sale, in Irvington, New Jersey, US, was held because the Grammy-winner had allegedly fallen about 175,000 dollars (pounds 90,500) behind on storage fees for several tons of concert gear.
The pieces are being sold through AJ Willner Auctions in Irvington, New Jersey.