Irving planners are touting a stretch of land along the Trinity River corridor as the site of one of the city’s last large master-planned projects.
Irving City Council cleared plans for a two-building, 236-unit multifamily project in Valley Ranch at its Feb. 13 meeting.
Irving City Council is scheduled to make a final decision on putting $553 million in bond propositions on the May 2 ballot for voter approval.
Coppell Arts Center announced Jan. 30 it has named its lobby The Mr. Cooper Group Gallery Lobby after the formation of a new partnership with home loan company Mr. Cooper Group.
Las Colinas' skyline will receive two new high-rise buildings over the next three years.
As part of its 25th anniversary, Fish City Grill is undergoing a rebranding effort; among the affected locations will be the one in Las Colinas.
As a child in Brazil, many of MA BJJ Academy owner Marcus Antelante’s friends were preoccupied with soccer or other team sports.
Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Coppell, Irving school districts bolster career, technical education programs
Associate degrees and industry certificates are no longer just for high school graduates.
The city of Coppell is rounding the corner on a new decade of planning.
Ginger Blazek remembers her grandfather cooking for a large family every Thanksgiving. When it was time to eat, he would sit in a chair and watch with joy as everyone went through the buffet line.
Work on the I-635/SH 121 interchange project continues.
The Learning Station opened a new child care facility in January at 130 S. Moore Road, Coppell.
The board of trustees approved the building contracts at a Feb. 6 meeting.
When Irving Police Officer Jonathan Plunkett determined he wanted his department to connect better with the underserved Irving communities in 2016, he turned to local barbershops as a venue.
Early voting for the March 3 primaries begins on Feb. 18, and the last day of early voting is Feb. 28.
Urgent CBD opened in January at 897 N. MacArthur Blvd., Ste. 130, Coppell.
GameStop had posted a “closed” sign as of Feb. 4 at 171 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 400, Coppell.
Crossover Health opened a new 6,344-square-foot health center Jan. 29 in Las Colinas at 3021 Gateway Drive, Ste. 295, Irving.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area will remain under winter weather advisory until 6 p.m., but will likely not see any dangerous weather, according to the National Weather Service.
Areas northwest of a line from Cisco to Gainesville could see 1-3 inches of heavy mixed precipitation.
Centre for Neuro Skills held a grand opening Jan. 30 for its new 40,000-square-foot treatment facility for acquired and traumatic brain injuries.
Airlines suspending U.S.-China flights in light of coronavirus concerns; Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport monitoring for illness
Delta and American Airlines announced they are suspending flights to and from China as a result of growing concerns over the new coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, according to Jan. 31 news releases from each airline.
The World Health Organization on Jan. 30 declared the deadly coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency—the sixth declaration of its kind in the past decade.
Irving City Council has amended an economic incentive agreement worth $24.3 million with the developer of the Hidden Ridge mixed-use project.
YogaSix expects to open a fitness facility in Las Colinas in late March at 4000 N. MacArthur Blvd., Ste. 104, Irving.