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Legacy Gala raises over half a million dollars for education

Legacy Gala raises over half a million dollars for education

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Photo: Irving ISD students stay out late to meet Irving Schools Foundation donors during the Legacy Gala. / Photo by Matthew Pedersen The Sixth Annual Legacy Gala brought together DFW business owners and philanthropists to

Give pets treats in moderation

Give pets treats in moderation

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Giving your pet treats can be a great way to help build a relationship with them. However, giving your pet unhealthy treats or too many treats can negatively impact their health. Dr. Christine Rutter,

Law enforcement raises awareness about intoxicated drivers

Law enforcement raises awareness about intoxicated drivers

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With holiday season approaching, law enforcement officials from the North Texas region gathered at the Ruth Jackson Center on Wednesday morning, Nov. 16, to reveal plans for cracking down on drunk drivers. “One of the

Dallas Dance Festival brings competitive dance to Irving

Dallas Dance Festival brings competitive dance to Irving

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Texans are no strangers to country and western dancing, so it’s no surprise that one of the biggest country western events in the world would take place here. The huge event, featuring internationally ranking

Year-end tax moves that could save you money

Year-end tax moves that could save you money

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By Nathaniel Sillin The end of the year is approaching and between visiting friends and family and celebrating the holidays, your taxes may be the last thing on your mind. However, putting off tax preparation

Nearly all of Generation Z see homeownership in their future

Nearly all of Generation Z see homeownership in their future

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ORLANDO, Fla. — A panel composed of five members of the generation following millennials, Generation Z, young people ages 14 to 18, discussed their social media habits, shopping preferences and their desire to become homeowners,

DFW Humane Society hosts a Black Collar Affair

DFW Humane Society hosts a Black Collar Affair

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Photo: Sascha Biesi and Simba share a special moment during the Black Collar Affair. /Photo by John Starkey To ensure the continued operation of the shelter, which provides treatment and care to neglected and abandoned

National Adoption Day celebrates new families and new beginnings

National Adoption Day celebrates new families and new beginnings

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Special families welcomed more than 75 children to their “forever homes” at National Adoption Day held at the Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center on Saturday, Nov. 19. Three of the courtrooms at Henry Wade were

Veterans Day ceremony remembers sacrifices of many

Veterans Day ceremony remembers sacrifices of many

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Photo: Honoring the fallen, Marilyn Wolford, Ms. Mature Irving, places a wreath at the Wall of Commemoration where the names of 82 Irving citizens who lost their lives in military service are permanently carved

Nimitz showcases fine arts, athletic renovations

Nimitz showcases fine arts, athletic renovations

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Each of Irving ISD’s comprehensive high schools underwent facelifts during the summer and through the fall months of this school year to improve their athletic and arts facilities. Nimitz High School was the first