By Jess Paniszczyn Hundreds of visually impaired youngsters put their game faces on and competed in the 16th annual Sports Extravaganza hosted by the Region 10 Educational Service Center at Nimitz High School on Oct.
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By Genesis Bishop Irving teens came out in droves to peruse vendor booths, take the Irving Police Department’s simulated intoxication test and listen to speakers about the dangers of distracted driving at the Lively Pointe
By Nick Kammerer Over 115 enthusiastic high school students gathered at Byron Nelson High School to pack 32,000 meals for children in need on Thursday, Oct. 16. “Students will make an impact right away through the
By Nick Kammerer Thousands of hungry food enthusiasts gathered for the Chipotle Cultivate Festival at the beautiful Lake Carolyn in Irving on Saturday, Oct. 18. The free event featured live music, delicious food, regional craft
By Genesis Bishop Outlandishly dressed fans and coz players, famous stars and geek-chic merchandise are all things one expects to find at a comic con, but a 92-year-old man preserving the legacy of his brother
By Nick Kammerer Hundreds of college students and volunteers gathered for an Emergency Management Exercise at North Lake College on Saturday, Oct. 11. The City of Irving’s Office of Emergency Management, Dallas County Health and Human
By Genesis Bishop Council members were split on whether to approve a resolution concerning a finding presented by city staff that a convention center hotel would not be completed by Jan. 1, 2017. Many council members
By Jess Paniszczyn The aftermath of last week’s storms left thousands of area residents and businesses without power. Among the unlit masses was our printing partner. We reached out to our hearty subscribers and faithful readers with
It’s been all over the news, social media and in offices all across the nation for roughly a month – people being challenged to dump buckets of ice water over their heads in the
The Irving Independent School District, Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District and Dallas County Schools are kicking off the 2014-2015 school year with a high tech program to take student safety to a new level.