Category for Community

Women’s group learns, shares through Irving Cares

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Residents who are struggling sometimes arrive on the doorstep of Irving Cares, a human services agency that offers job search assistance, a food pantry, and financial assistance. Members of the Irving Women’s Network (IWN) held

Children’s Health signs binding term sheet to acquire Our Children’s House at Baylor

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By Aron Baker Children’s HealthSM announced July 21 it has signed a binding term sheet to acquire Our Children’s House (OCH) at Baylor, which provides highly specialized rehabilitative and transitional care for children with special needs. Earlier

Library celebrates Dr. Who’s 50th anniversary

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As West Irving Library’s super summer reading challenge approaches its final event, young Dr. Who fans celebrated the show’s 50th anniversary with snacks, crafts and prizes on Thursday, July 23. “We’re having a party celebrating

Community Events

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Blood Drive July 27, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Help Irving win the summer Blood Drive Challenge. Have you donated yet? This summer, Dallas County Commissioner Dr. Elba Garcia challenged Irving and Grand Prairie to see which city

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center celebrates renovations

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center celebrates renovations

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Photo: Under a beautiful Texas sky, members of the Baylor Scott and White Medical Center and Irving communities watch as Don Arnwine and Cindy Schamp cut the red ribbon recognizing the completion of the

Faith of Our Fathers honors veterans in Dallas

Faith of Our Fathers honors veterans in Dallas

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Photo: Before the showing, military veteran Micah Young and his wife Carol walk the red carpet. /Photo by Courtney Ouellette Veterans and their families were celebrated as they strolled down the red carpet during the

Brighton Collectibles will give back to communities by collecting handbags

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LOS ANGELES — As a company with a culture of giving, Brighton is extending an invitation to join them in their latest charitable initiative, the Handbag Trade-in. This is their 16th annual drive to collect and

Theological institute makes Irving home

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A new location in Irving was an answered prayer for the B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. “We really wanted a place right in the middle of the Metroplex,” said Nancy Muskrat, a fellow and lecturer in

City prepares to build new fire station

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A fast-growing area of North Irving is driving the need for a new fire station. Fire Station 12 will be located on the south service road of Interstate 635, between North Beltline Road and Olympus

North Lake College partners with Shermco Industries for job training grant

North Lake College partners with Shermco Industries for job training grant

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Photo: President of North Lake College Christa Slejko, Commissioner of the Texas Workforce Commission Ronald Congleton, and CEO of Shermco Industries Ron Widup (left to right) celebrate their successful partnership. /Courtesy Photo North Lake College,