North Texas Treasures: Big State Fountain Grill

Presented by WFAA Channel 8 abc For the last in North Texas Treasures series, WFAA Channel 8 heads to Irving, where a grill combines history, family and some amazing milkshakes to make diners feel at home. Big State Fountain Grill is in downtown Irving at the corner of Main and Irving Blvd.

Cypress Waters shopping center signs first tenants

Presented by Dallas Morning News Developer Billingsley Co. said it’s signing the first tenants for a shopping center in its Cypress Waters development on LBJ Freeway. The 15,000-square-foot Shops of Cypress Waters has just been completed and the first tenants will  open this summer. Massage Felax, Gipsy Lime Taco Lounge and  Lazy Panda restaurant have… Keep Reading »

Midtown Express groundbreaking ceremony to take place on Mar. 5

Presented by City of Irving The project formerly known as State Highway 183 Managed Lanes Project — an $850 million design-build, finance, operate and maintain project that spans 28 miles, five cities and two counties — is due to begin construction in March of this year. The project has been renamed Midtown Express as the… Keep Reading »

Comprehensive planning input opportunities Mar. 3

Presented by City of Irving Comprehensive planning for the development of the city is now in progress. Like a summary of goals, the City of Irving’s Comprehensive Plan will set the framework for the future growth and development of the city. Public input will be key to the first phase of Irving’s Comprehensive Plan development…. Keep Reading »

MacArthur High School student-athlete Kane Hardin named February One Irving High School Athlete of the Month

Presented by Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce The One Irving Athlete of the Month for February is Kane Hardin from MacArthur High School. Kane is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a member of the National Honor Society and is ranked 25 in his junior class of 628 students. The One Irving Athlete… Keep Reading »

Irving CVB director honored with award

Presented by neighborsgo Congratulations to Maura Gast, executive director of the Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau, on winning the 2015 Top 25 Minds in Hospitality Marketing Award at the HSMAI Adrian Awards Gala in New York. Gast has led the bureau for many years and often can be seen attending all types of events from… Keep Reading »

City offers camps for spring breakers

Presented by City of Irving City of Irving recreation centers will offer Spring Break Camps for children, grades K–5, March 9–13. City recreation centers offer camps as a safe, structured option for parents who want children to remain active during school breaks for less than $20 per day. Camps at Irving recreation centers offer arts… Keep Reading »

2015 Irving Tennis Classic announces strong tournament acceptance list

Presented by City of Irving The 2015 Irving Tennis Classic, an Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Challenger Tour event held annually at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, announced the acceptance list (current entries) for the fourth annual tournament, which include three former Top 10 players, Marcos Baghdatis, Radek Stepanek and… Keep Reading »

City of Irving revenue opportunities

Presented by City of Irving The following revenue opportunities are available from the City of Irving:  3B032-15AM – Blank-Out Signs 3B041-15AM –  Two Part Spine and Book Labels Set and Resin Ribbons 113M-15F Park Grounds Maintenance Materials For more information, visit:, or call the City’s Purchasing Department at (972) 721-2631.

Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas in Las Colinas to get new GM

Presented by Dallas Business Journal The Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown will bid adieu to its general manager Friday as Dirk Burghartz heads to one of the company’s sister properties in Irving. Fans of the D.C. hotel may be saying bonjour to a familiar face, however, as Burghartz’s replacement is David Bernand, who served as… Keep Reading »