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Coppell library offering survey to improve services

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This library is evaluating its technology services. Your responses will help the library understand how patrons use the library’s technology so it can provide resources and services that are valuable to the community. The survey

Irving Reminds Residents of Stage 3 Watering Restrictions

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Stage 3 water restrictions, initiated Dec. 1, are still in force as part of the city’s drought contingency plan. These restrictions permit Irving water customers to irrigate once per week on designated days according

Tree dedication in Coppell on Earth Day

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Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year to raise the awareness of taking care of the environment.  In Coppell, it is Earth Day everyday as organizations and volunteers focus on small acts

Coppell’s Citizens Fire Academy taking applications

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Enrollment for the Coppell Citizens Fire Academy (CFA) is underway. This unique program will provide an insider’s view of the Coppell Fire Department. The program is free and provides Coppell citizens with safety training

North Hills students win Best in Nation app award

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Identically attired high school students filled the North Hills Preparatory school’s  newly completed, Rosemary Pearlmeter Student Activity Center gymnasium to celebrate the accomplishments of seven students on team Leave No Trace. Having created a concept

Irving Council offers incentives to lure 7-Eleven headquarters from Dallas

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During the April 3 Irving City Council Meeting, the Council voted 8-1 to offer incentives to 7-Eleven, Inc. to move its corporate headquarters from Dallas to the Cypress Waters development in north Irving at

Coppell City Council denies hotel, apartments at Belt Line Road

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After a lengthy discussion at the April 8 meeting, the Coppell City Council voted to deny proposals for a hotel and a mixed-use development at Belt Line Road and Chartwell Drive. Trinsic Acquisition Co., of

Irving Marathon draws runners from across the country

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More than 1,500 motivated athletes competed in the 2014 Irving Marathon on Saturday, April 5, in Las Colinas. The race began outside of Irving’s newly built convention center, and runners were able to participate in

Irving Council to consider options for Brighter Tomorrows shelters

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  The Brighter Tomorrows shelter that houses domestic violence victims could get a few fixes or even a major upgrade. The shelter, whose location cannot be listed for security reasons, could either undergo a $198,000 rehabilitation

Top chefs battle, help raise support for neurofibromatosis

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A standing-room-only crowd filled the Frontiers of Flight Museum, as 16 of the area’s most prominent chefs presented samples of their craft during Dining Out in Dallas 2014 Battle of the Chefs. Fine wines,