Vintage Valentine Tea Rick And Melanie Stopfer 2002 Heritage Society Sweethearts

Though some guests were miles apart, many gathered via Zoom for the annual Vintage Valentine Tea sponsored by the Irving Heritage Society on Sunday, February 13. Guests were welcomed by tea committee chair Karen Martin. Several guests came attired with their favorite hat and red outfit. Heritage Society Past President (and past Sweetheart) Lea Bailey […]

Irving Slave Cemetery To Get Access Sidewalk

During this Black History Month, people who care for an isolated Irving cemetery for former slaves are rejoicing over a small path that other places take for granted. Shelton’s Bear Creek Cemetery will finally have a sidewalk on which to access the place. It is a result of teamwork between cemetery supporters, the City of […]

Irving-Las Colinas Among The Hardest Working Cities In The U.S., Study Says

North Texans might need a vacation. Several North Texas cities were named among the hardest-working in the country by personal finance website WalletHub, published in recognition of Employee Appreciation Day coming up on March 4. Irving came in at No. 5, for the second year in a row, while these other North Texas cities also […]