2017-02-04 00:00:00 Dallas Fort Worth International Airport will install a cold chain facility that will allow cargo and logistics customers to ship perishable items through one of the world’s biggest international gateways.
The Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth (JASDFW) announces the fourth Japan Update Symposium on Friday, February 17, at the InterContinental Dallas. This annual program offers insight into recent developments in U.S.-Japan relations and how they affect North Texas; this year’s theme is “U.S.-Japan Relations under the New U.S. Administration.” The symposium, which is open to the public with advance ticket purchase, begins at noon and includes a luncheon program and afternoon panel session.
It is a multi-million dollar promise now rising from the North Texas prairie. In Irving, a 17-acre entertainment, retail and office complex dubbed, The Music Factory at Las Colinas is set to open by Labor Day.
Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) and the City of Irving Code Enforcement Department were recently honored at the Keep America Beautiful National Awards Ceremony. The event took place during Keep America Beautiful 2017 National Conference in Washington, D.C., where KIB and Code Enforcement were among the more than 80 individuals and/or organizations from communities across America to receive national recognition. KIB distinguished itself as an affiliate by receiving both the President’s Circle Award and the Sustained Excellence Award. The Code Enforcement Department was honored with a first place National Community Improvement Award in the “Overall Community Improvement” category.
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