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Rev Up Your Giving Through June 6 and Receive a Bonus!
Guest blogger: Vishant Shah: Memorial Day Weekend is a time to remember those who served, spend time with friends and family and catch the race. Retailers also have some really good sales of the weekend. As you plan all of your different activities for the weekend, consider donating $100 to the Irvington Post Office for […]Continue Reading
Third Annual Irvington Folk Festival – Better Than Ever!
Press release from the Historic Irvington Community Council: The little ‘hood that could is doing it again — our Third Annual Folk Festival, better than ever! Irvington’s Third Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival! Featuring: Bluegrass at the Bona! Tibetan crystal bowl music! Guitar-tuning workshop! Children’s Concert! Announcing the Pete Seeger Social Justice […]Continue Reading
New Commercial Development Planned for Irvington!
For Immediate Release: Friday, April 4, 2014 Media Contact: Margaret Lawrence Banning, 317/260-0669 New commercial development planned for Irvington City support for ‘Coal Factory’ in South Irvington jumpstarts project (Indianapolis, IN) The Irvington Development Organization (IDO) announced today that it has secured […]Continue Reading
A Stroll Down East Washington Street in 1910
Guest writer: William Gulde: Historic postcard image: Courtesy of Carol Orbison and the Irvington Historical Society; Washington Street image: Old National Road with view of Trolley rails. Photo cred: Paul Diebold, Irvington Historical Society: This article generated a good deal of interest when it was initially posted on the blog, Vintage Irvington, so we thought it a […]Continue Reading
Shop at Kroger, Benefit Irvington Development Organization!
Guest writer: Tricia Hayes One little card can do a lot of good for Irvington! Use this card to pay for your groceries or gas at Kroger, and they will donate 3% of each purchase to IDO. Just put money on the card at the store office before you check out, and then use the […]Continue Reading
Community Input Session – Jan 21, 2014
We want to hear your voice… Many of you recall the evening of November 17th when the former Historic Irvington Post Office crumbled to the ground during a severe storm carrying near-tornadic winds. The bricks and debris have now been cleared and it’s time to talk next steps. We’re asking you to join the Irvington […]Continue Reading