Irving is expanding a program aimed at helping small businesses that have suffered financially from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Japanese restaurant Edoko Omakase opened in Irving’s upscale Las Colinas suburb just days before the statewide shutdown of dining rooms in March and remained closed until pandemic restrictions loosened in May. As soon as I safely could, I reserved a patio table at the eatery, which offers a seven-course omakase tasting (meaning the chef chooses the menu) as well as à la carte selections. But I wasn’t there for the sushi and sashimi combos. I was there for the tacos.

America’s racial divide is perhaps most glaring in the tension and distrust between communities of color and law enforcement.

A one-mile stretch of road in Irving will be the centerpiece of a planned revitalization of the city’s downtown.

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