‘Why not me?’ Irving Resident Credits Indian Roots for Her International Charity

Irving resident Jayashree Krishnan is an artist, baker and part-time educator who is using her passions to help communities around the world. Krishnan’s fundraising experience runs the gamut — and she’s just getting started. She has donated her hair to the Children with Hair Loss nonprofit based in Michigan; sold handmade jewelry and crafts to […]

City Of Irving Seeks Input On Accessibility

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990 by President George H.W. Bush. Honoring the Act’s requirements for public accommodation for and prohibiting discrimination against persons with special needs, the City of Irving is committed to creating, promoting and maintaining an accessible community and workforce. Currently, the city is […]

Irving-Based New Western to Hire as it Expands into Orlando Market

Irving-based New Western is expanding to Orlando with a lofty goal. New Western said it will create new jobs in Central Florida as it strives to facilitate $639 million worth of local residential real estate deals by 2027. The company made Orlando its latest expansion market, announcing on July 11 that it opened an office […]

Irving’s FleetPride Acquires Pennsylvania Automotive Parts Provider

Keystone Spring Services, a family-owned provider of automotive parts and services with locations in Pittsburgh and Portersville, has been acquired by Irving-based Fleetpride. The business, which is owned by brothers Greg and Jason Valant, was founded in 1973 by Edward Valant Sr., Edward Valant Jr. and Chuck Haugh. It provides specialized parts and services in […]