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Stop and smell the fishes at Irving Family Fishing Day

Stop and smell the fishes at Irving Family Fishing Day

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Shawneta Jordan braved scattered thunderstorms to attend the annual Irving Family Fishing Day in hopes of catching her first fish. She did not want a repeat of last year’s event, where she watched her

Libraries fight summer slide, host reading program

Libraries fight summer slide, host reading program

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Young people celebrated the start of summer during the Summer Reading Program Kickoff Party, held at the Valley Ranch Library on Wednesday, May 31. The library launched the start of its summer reading program with

Midtown Express Project reaches halfway mark

Midtown Express Project reaches halfway mark

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Contractors and Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) have crossed the halfway mark for Midtown Express Construction Project, which is the reconstruction of highways 183, 114 and Loop 12 in Dallas and Tarrant counties. SouthGate

DCCCD trustees approve concealed carry policy

DCCCD trustees approve concealed carry policy

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Members of the Dallas County Community College District’s board of trustees unanimously approved a new concealed (or campus) carry policy on Tues., June 6. The policy will start on Aug. 1, 2017. DCCCD and all other community

Mark your calendar!

Mark your calendar!

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Beach Party June 16, 7 –  10 PM Make a splash and cool off with some fun away from the sun at the South Irving Library. Enjoy making beach-y crafts, playing summer games, posing for a photo

Lyric Stage leaving Irving

Lyric Stage leaving Irving

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A popular theater company has taken its final bow in Irving. Lyric Stage made its home at the Irving Arts Center since its first production in 1993 and has brought some of Broadway’s most famous

Expansions, updates in Georgia Farrow Rec Center’s future

Expansions, updates in Georgia Farrow Rec Center’s future

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The Irving Parks and Recreation department, along with the city’s Planning and Community Development and the Capital Improvement Program, are in the process of applying for a 3.5 million dollar grant to fund expansions

Memorial Day Service honors Irving’s veterans

Memorial Day Service honors Irving’s veterans

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Irving residents united to pay tribute to the veterans who gave their lives in service to our country during the annual Irving Memorial Day Service presented at the former Irving Central Library Auditorium on

Students learn many benefits of school garden

Students learn many benefits of school garden

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A group of students gathered on the grounds of Universal Academy in Irving on Saturday morning, May 13, planting everything from Gerber daisies and roses to tomatoes and basil. Their efforts were the beginning

Taste of Irving serves more than food

Taste of Irving serves more than food

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The smells of burgers and barbecue filled the air of Cimarron Park on Saturday afternoon, May 19. Food trucks and restaurant vendors from all over the city were in attendance for the fourth annual