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Irving Chamber is seeking a comptroller

Presented by Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber is accepting resumes for the position of Comptroller to begin immediately. The successful candidate must have accounting knowledge and experience using Quickbooks. They must also have experience in processing payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable and human resources. The job description may be… Keep Reading »

Irving among largest North Texas Chambers of Commerce

Locally Researched by: Erin Sood, Dallas Business Journal Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce 777 Taylor St. #900 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-336-2491 Current Membership: 2,163 Operating Budget: 4.8 million 2015 Annual Membership Dues Range: $435-$100,000 Chairperson: Dee Kelly, Jr. Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 4622 Maple Ave. #207 Dallas, TX 75219 214-521-6007 Current Membership:… Keep Reading »

Pioneer Natural Resources’ growing headquarters keeps its solid footing in Irving

Presented by Dallas Business Journal   Williams Square from the northwest over the canal system. The impact of the downturn of the oil and gas industry may impact the real estate considerations underway by Irving-based Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (NYSE: PXD), but either way, it seems the company has solid footing in its home city…. Keep Reading »

Irving’s unemployment rate

Presented by Greater Irving – Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce Irving’s unemployment rate for May 2015 followed the trend of the State of Texas and the National unemployment rate and increased 0.1% in May to 3.6% from 3.5%.  Irving’s 3.6 percent unemployment rate compares favorably to the Texas unemployment rate of 4.3 percent and the national… Keep Reading »

Fireworks to fly in Irving to celebrate America’s birthday

Presented by City of Irving   Canine cruisers, state ambassadors added to Fourth of July Parade as Irving prepares to host one of the region’s biggest birthday parties. The Parks and Recreation Department’s Special Events Team will produce one of the region’s largest Independence Day celebrations. Irving’s “Birthday Wishes for America” parade and fireworks show… Keep Reading »

Irving, Dallas County included in disaster declaration for individual assistance

Presented by City of Irving Dallas County residents, including those in Irving, who were affected by the floods between May 4 and June 19 can apply for financial relief through the Texas Division of Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Dallas County was added to the Disaster Declaration for Individual Assistance. Residents… Keep Reading »

Chamber member, Shermco Industries achieves VPP Star

Presented by Shermco Industries Shermco Industries announced today that the Irving, Texas corporate headquarters facility has achieved the coveted OSHA Voluntary Protection Program Star status for worksite safety and health.  “We are proud to announce this major milestone for Shermco Industries. Thanks to exemplary employee efforts and a strong management commitment, we have been able… Keep Reading »

Update on North Texas Flooding Impact to Irving

Presented by City of Irving While the rains have stopped, the flooding remains throughout North Texas. Even though flood waters have begun to recede slowly, the City of Irving continues to urge residents to steer clear of lakes and rivers. Parks and Trails Trinity River flooding heavily affected our parks and trails. All of Campión Trail… Keep Reading »

Irving High graduate named Dell Scholar

Presented by Irving ISD Irving High School graduate Jose Ortiz has been named a Dell Scholar – one of 300 students nationwide. The initiative of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, Dell Scholars are selected based on a different GPA – grit, potential and ambition – demonstrated through an extensive application process. Ortiz had to… Keep Reading »

Free Heritage District tours during holiday weekend

Presented by City of Irving   July 4 The Caster Cabin and train depot at Heritage Park, Second and Main Streets, will be open for tours by the Irving Heritage Society the morning of the July 4 during the holiday celebration in downtown Irving. Admission is free. The Caster Cabin was built in 1887 by… Keep Reading »