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Irving hits 30-year construction high, mayor touts in ‘State of City’

Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne and other city leaders had a vision six years ago when she won the top municipal job. It called for improving schools, working with Planning & Zoning to add more single-family homes, and bringing more economic development and jobs to the community. Now it’s all coming to fruition, Van Duyne… Keep Reading »

To bow, or not to bow: Doing business with DFW’s Japanese companies

It’s one of many questions, actually, that executives face when doing business with the increasing number of Japanese companies that have established headquarters or operations in North Texas. That number has climbed 64 percent in the last four years, resulting in billions of dollars of investment in the area, and the Japan/DFW wave is just… Keep Reading »

Recap by ICTN of the AT&T Byron Nelson

See some of the attractions from the AT&T Byron Nelson at the Four Seasons in Irving–including a pro’s incredible marshmallow trick, social media moments in the making, and the kids who benefit from it all. Presented by ICTN

Annual BEST In Irving Awards recognizes business community and leaders selected by the public

The BEST in Irving awards celebration recognized winners from an online contest selected by the public. Over 30,000 votes were submitted! The annual celebration, sponsored by the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, was held at the Texas Musicians Museum on April 21. Fox 4 news anchor, Steve Eagar, served as celebrity emcee for the… Keep Reading »

Two Irving Flood Control board members are reappointed

At their December meeting, Irving council members unanimously voted to reappoint Irving residents William Correa and Neha Kunte each to two-year terms on the Irving Flood Control District Section III (IFCD 3) board of directors. The reappointments extend the two members’ terms until January 2018. Correa currently serves as treasurer of the District and is… Keep Reading »

Volunteers help make Keep Irving Beautiful’s 24th Annual Trash Bash a success

Presented by City of Irving     Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) hosted its 24th Annual Trash Bash, the organization’s signature cleanup event, at Trinity View Park on September 26. The weather was sunny and warm, and 583 volunteers of all ages (291 adults and 292 youth) came out to help pick up litter and keep… Keep Reading »

MedSpring Urgent Care opens third DFW-area location in Las Colinas

Presented by MedSpring Urgent Care MedSpring Urgent Care opened the doors of its third Dallas-Fort Worth center in Irving, Texas near the neighborhood of Las Colinas. The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 15, to welcome the clinic to Irving. The new MedSpring clinic is conveniently located on 7400… Keep Reading »

Kathy Howard of Irving honored by Masons

Presented by neighborsgo Kathy Howard helps her community in countless ways — and always with a smile. Former City Council member Joe Philipp said she has had a profound impact on many Irving organizations, and even more so on the hearts and minds of Irving residents. Mary Oberlin, who also gives back to Irving, said,… Keep Reading »

Irving Police collected funds for Special Olympics Texas

Presented by neighborsgo The Irving Police Department supports Special Olympics Texas through the Law Enforcement Torch Run program. Officers raised thousands of dollars through T-shirt sales and events such as tip-a-cop and penny drives. Over the past few days, Police Department employees have run to several Irving schools to collect the donation buckets and thank… Keep Reading »

Irving Chamber holds ribbon-cutting for 54th Street Restaurant and Draft House

Presented by neighborsgo The Irving Chamber officially welcomed a new restaurant to Irving. Chamber members and ambassadors gathered today to cut the ribbon in front of 54th Street Restaurant and Draft House. The restaurant, the first one in the DFW area, opened recently at 1850 Marketplace Blvd. It’s toward the western end of a row… Keep Reading »