Longtime Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star board member Robert R. Roby has been appointed CEO of the Irving-based organization, effective May 20. Roby told me this morning that his top goal will be to continue the organization’s rapid rate of growth. “I think the key is to continue to deliver our message to the community we… Keep Reading »
A diverse crowd of North Texans are celebrating their new status as American citizens Monday. At the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services District Office in Irving, a naturalization ceremony welcomed new Americans like Jose Bernardo. “It has a big meaning, a big meaning that I can’t actually, I cannot describe it right now,” said Bernardo. Bernardo… Keep Reading »
Irving transitioned from Stage One to Stage Two water restrictions. With Irving’s move to Stage Two restrictions, residents and businesses can water only a maximum of two times per week on designated days. Stage Two irrigation restrictions for the City of Irving are as follows: –Even-numbered addresses (those ending in 0, 2, 4, 6 or… Keep Reading »
Texas cancer cases continue to rise, yet the Dallas-Fort Worth area remains the largest metropolitan area in the country without a proton therapy treatment facility. That’s about to change, beginning Wednesday with the groundbreaking for the $105 million Texas Center for Proton Therapy in Irving. The center’s backers say the facility will make North Texas… Keep Reading »
A romantic comedy by Alfred Uhry, the author of Driving Miss Daisy, is the next production of ICT MainStage. The Last Night of Ballyhoo opens Friday and runs through June 1 at Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. Cast members include Greg Phillips, Brandi Andrade, Shannon Rasmussen, Dena Dunn, Rachel Robertson, Edward Treminio and… Keep Reading »
Perfect weather helped to draw a good crowd to Irving Bicycle Fest Saturday at Lively Pointe Youth Center. Bicycling fans of all ages watched BMX stunt shows, learned about bicycle safety, visited with vendors and even made smoothies using pedal power. Organized by the Bike Lane Task Force, the event included a group ride, where… Keep Reading »
The CompTIA A+ course provides students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary for a career in PC support. Course topics include installation, configuration, preventative maintenance of PC hardware components, and the basics of networking, security, and diagnostic and troubleshooting processes for various types of technical issues. This certification course includes online components and classroom instruction. It… Keep Reading »
In this story from ICTN’s “InVision Irving,” get a look inside Mojo Media Labs to find out more about what makes online marketing successful, and why the business chose Irving.
Andres Alacantar, Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission (second from left) is shown presenting a Skills Development Grant for $699,458 to Dan Komnenovich, President and CEO of Aviall, (left) for training for Aviall employees. Also participating in the ceremony at Aviall was Dr. Paul Kelemen, Vice President for Community and Economic Development from North Lake… Keep Reading »
Get a look inside new patio homes available at the Villas of Escena in Las Colinas. The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce marked the opening of the development’s second phase with a ribbon cutting. Watch video and learn more.