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Police identify murder victim

Police identify murder victim

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On Saturday, July 16, at approximately 12:39 p.m. the Irving Police Department responded to a deceased person call in the 1500 block of W. Hunter Ferrell Road. A citizen called police to report the

Five ways to encourage good saving and spending habits in your children

Five ways to encourage good saving and spending habits in your children

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By Nathaniel Sillin How often do you discuss money with your children? If your answer is “not often,” you’re not alone. There is an opportunity to help your children form strong spending and saving habits at

Keep Irving Beautiful supports year-round litter abatement

Keep Irving Beautiful supports year-round litter abatement

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Photo: Keeping things shiny, two Northlake College student volunteers participate in a Keep Irving Beautiful cleanup at the Northlake College’s South Campus located at the corner of MacArthur Blvd. and Shady Grove. /Courtesy Photo Keep Irving Beautiful

Irving police begin homicide investigation

Irving police begin homicide investigation

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On Saturday, July 16, at approximately 12:39 p.m. the Irving Police Department responded to a deceased person call in the 1500 block of W. Hunter Ferrell Road. A citizen called police to report the discovery

BBB cautions people to beware of charity scams following recent shooting tragedies

BBB cautions people to beware of charity scams following recent shooting tragedies

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Dallas, Texas — Many North Texans are reeling after a recent sniper attack on Dallas police officers left five officers dead and several others wounded on Thursday, July 7, 2016. BBB Serving Dallas and Northeast

Irving’s Big Read takes residents on literary adventure

Irving’s Big Read takes residents on literary adventure

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Irving Public Library, eight-time winner of the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read award, returns with its eleventh annual community read series. The selected novel is Into the Beautiful North by award-winning author

Two DCCCD colleges will help prisoners through Second Chance Pell program

Two DCCCD colleges will help prisoners through Second Chance Pell program

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As thousands of incarcerated Americans are released annually from the country’s jails and prisons, those men and women begin looking for jobs and for ways to build new lives. Correctional education is key to

Six basics to consider before investing with a robo advisor

Six basics to consider before investing with a robo advisor

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By Nathaniel Sillin You’re looking to grow your money, but you’re not quite sure how to get started. Should you go robo? Robo advisor, that is. A robo advisor is a digital investment management service that allows

Texas.gov makes Texans’ lives easier

Texas.gov makes Texans’ lives easier

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AUSTIN, Texas –Whether you are preparing for a vacation or just taking care of routine errands, Texas.gov is a great resource to help make your summertime plans a breeze. The state’s official website offers

Food Services to showcase best practices at national conference

Food Services to showcase best practices at national conference

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Irving ISD’s Food and Nutrition Department has been selected to showcase their innovative “outside the cafeteria” program at the annual School Nutrition Conference in San Antonio. The outside the cafeteria program began in 2002 with