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Irving-based Kimberly-Clark names new CFO

Presented by Kimberly-Clark Corp. Maria Henry has been named chief financial officer at Irving-based Kimberly-Clark Corp., the maker of Kleenex brand tissues and Huggies brand diapers, among other products. Her appointment will be effective in late April. Previously, she was the CFO of Hillshire Brands Co. from 2012 until it merged with Tyson Foods Inc…. Keep Reading »

Irving 7th Most Diversified City in America

Irving is America’s most diverse neighborhood, according to WalletHub. The leading personal finance social network, identified the most ethnically and linguistically diverse landscapes among 350 of the most populated U.S. cities. In their analysis, they examined each city across three key metrics, including racial and ethnic diversity, language diversity and region of birth diversity. From… Keep Reading »

City of Irving Operations Update

Presented by City of Irving Strategic Goal No. 2: Vibrant Neighborhoods National Affiliate Award – Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB), along with its community partner Lady Bird Johnson Middle School, were honored at the 2015 Keep America Beautiful National Conference. KIB received a Second Place National Affiliate Award in the largest population category of 200,001 and… Keep Reading »

Investment partners buy Las Colinas office building

  Presented by Dallas Morning News Two investors that have recently bought office properties in the Dallas area have made another purchase. California-based Libitzky Property Companies and Sunwest Real Estate Group of Dallas have acquired the 10-story Canal Centre office building in Las Colinas. The 238,05 square-foot building in the Las Colinas Urban center was… Keep Reading »

Irving’s La Cima Club celebrates Mardi Gras

Presented by neighborsgo La Cima Club in Williams Square drew a good crowd to its 4th Annual Mardi Gras Masquerade. Club manager Mike Goff served as Grand Marshal of the parade. He said all had fun. And he added that the event also supported Irving Cares with guests donating canned goods for the local nonprofit…. Keep Reading »

Again, Irving Leads Nation in Blue Ribbon Small Businesses

Presented by Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce For the seventh straight year, Irving, TX leads the nation in the number of small businesses winning the Blue Ribbon Small Business award given by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Blue Ribbon Award recognizes small businesses that have demonstrated outstanding success, innovation, and contributions to economic growth and… Keep Reading »

Irving ISD celebrates its AP Award

Presented by neighborsgo   Irving High cheerleaders celebrate at a pep rally recognizing the district’s AP Award. The Irving ISD celebrated receiving the National Advanced Placement District of the Year Award with a pep rally Wednesday morning at Irving High School. The district’s AP program was named number one in the country by The College… Keep Reading »

Irving Chamber welcomes Jimboy’s Tacos to Irving

Presented by Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce On Feb. 20, the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting to welcome Jimboy’s Tacos to Irving. Mayor Pro-Tem Gerald Farris thanked Burundi Civil War Survivor, Mathias Basabose, for their investment in the Irving community. The fast-casual American-style Mexican food restaurant chain opened for business in… Keep Reading »

State highway 183 update

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 »

SMU analysis of recent earthquake sequence reveals geologic fault, epicenters in Irving and West Dallas

Presented by City of Irving SMU analysis of recent earthquake sequence reveals geologic fault, epicenters in Irving and West Dallas Initial results from SMU’s seismology team reveal that the recent series of earthquakes occurring near the site of the old Texas Stadium were relatively shallow and concentrated along a narrow two mile line that indicates… Keep Reading »