IRVINGTON, N.Y. Whether it was crazy weather or new faces in the Irvington School District, 2011 was a busy year for the village of Irvington.
The Daily Tarrytown has compiled a list of the year's top 5 stories.
Crazy weather meant Hurricane Irene visited Irvington, knocking out power and flooding the parking lot on Bridge St . Irene wasn't the only freak occurrence. Remember the Virginia earthquake ? How about the Halloween nor'easter ?
Superintendent Kathleen Matusiak suddenly retired over the summer after seven years on the job. Matusiak was replaced by interim superintendent Robert Roelle .
Tragedy struck one Irvington family after Betty Iannarelli, 84, went missing in early August and was later found dead .
Transportation officials outlined a new, scaled-down Tappan Zee Bridge to replace the decades-old bridge spanning the Hudson River.
A wastewater treatment plant fire caused millions of gallons of sewage to leak into the Hudson River , prompting county health officials to advise residents to avoid direct contact.
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