Two of the world’s wireless technology giants partner with North Lake College to solve workforce challenges

NOKIA, one of the world’s largest companies specializing in telecommunications and information technology, and Premcell, a world leader in wireless technology consulting, network rollout, project support and technology training, have teamed with North Lake College, a community college located in the Las Colinas area of Irving, TX, to create an eight-week technology training program. The… Keep Reading »

Softball player, bowling captain named One Irving Scholar Athlete of the Month

Nimitz High School senior Katie Maberry was named the One Irving Scholar Athlete of the Month for October.  The award is presented to a student who has shown extraordinary dedication and achievement in sports and in the classroom. Maberry, the Lady Vikings softball most improved player last year and captain of the bowling team, is… Keep Reading »

Irving businesses recognized in the Dallas 100

  The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business has recognized the 100 fastest-growing private companies in North Texas in the 26th year of the Dallas 100.  To qualify for the Dallas 100, companies must meet a number of criteria based on their location, sales history, legal status, credit report… Keep Reading »

Irving ISD renames stadium after supportive local couple

The excitement was high in Irving Schools Stadium as the MacArthur Cardinals and their supporters gathered for Friday’s Homecoming game. The players were on point. Everyone in the stands was eager. A bit of a surprise before the start of the game provided a special moment that kept everyone in the stadium anxious. “The Board… Keep Reading »

City of Irving revenue opportunities

  The following revenue opportunities are available from the City of Irving: 045M-17F Potable Water Disinfectant 049M-17F Water Meters 051M-17F Large Water Meter Parts and Accessories For additional information, go to, or contact the City’s Purchasing Department at 972-721-2631. You may also receive e-mail notices directly for formal ITB and RFP/RFQ solicitations by the… Keep Reading »

Change your clocks, change your batteries

Residents are reminded to set clocks back one hour for the end of daylight saving time, Nov. 6. As part of the Irving Fire Department’s Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery campaign, it also is recommended that residents replace smoke detector batteries when changing clocks this month. Presented by City of Irving

Early voting runs until Friday, Nov. 4

Early voting is here, Texans! In-person early voting runs until Nov. 4. Beyond deciding whom to support for president, there are important state and local races on the ballot. Before you head to the polls, check this list to find your polling place and make sure you have what you need to vote. Statewide offices: Republicans and Democrats… Keep Reading »

Las Colinas Boulevard closure, from Fuller Drive to O’Connor Boulevard

Beginning Friday, Oct. 28, the southbound lanes of Las Colinas Boulevard, from Fuller Drive to O’Connor Boulevard, will be closed for new utilities work and new roadway pavement. Two-way traffic will be in place on the existing northbound side. This work, the first part of Phase 1, will continue through at least February 2017. A… Keep Reading »

Here are some more restaurants headed to Irving’s Music Factory

ARK Group, the North Carolina based developer of the Music Factory Entertainment Center in Las Colinas, has announced national restaurant operator Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. as the operator of the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th restaurant and entertainment venues signed to open at the Irving complex. All seven restaurants will include live music… Keep Reading »

Irving Rolls Out Body-Worn Cameras to Officers

The Irving Police Department (IPD) can now see more of crime scenes and its investigations thanks to an agreement with Taser International for the use of body-worn cameras and data storage. As of June 1, Irving officers have been equipped with body-worn cameras, and an additional 42 officers are scheduled to receive the equipment in… Keep Reading »