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21 May 2014 10:48 PM The front-runners for Irving's next city manager have worked in nearly a dozen city halls. But in trying to pick one, Irving City Council members have focused on a city common to all three candidates Surprise, Ariz. and its
02 May 2014 11:32 PM Long before he ran for local office, Oscar Ward was known around Irving City Hall as a government watchdog and a critic of cozy public-private contracts. But now, as Ward runs against City Council member Rose Cannaday, he is also
01 May 2014 10:53 PM After restarting their failed search for a city manager, Irving City Council members settled on three new finalists for the job. And they've homed in on a historically money-troubled city, best known here as the Texas Rangers'
Las Colinas on Lake Carolyn Parkway have taken up much of the lakeside space in the past two years, but Irving leaders are trying to save what remains for high-rise towers. Ever since the Las Colinas urban center was conceived 40 years ago as a high-
11 February 2014 10:44 PM After recovering from a mini-stroke last week, Irving City Council member Rose Cannaday said it won't disrupt her re-election plans. Cannaday, 69, went to a hospital last Tuesday after a transient ischemic attack.
Irving City Council members have narrowed their city manager search to one candidate: former Bellevue, Wa., city manager Steve Sarkozy. But as city staff begins talks with Sarkozy about a possible contract, council members Allan Meagher and Joe
File 2010/Staff Photo Dean Oliver, CEO of San-Diego-based real estate development firm Oliver McMillan, visited Irving City Hall on Jan. 8 and went public with his plans for the site where Texas Stadium once stood. Ever since the Dallas Cowboys' old
Lara Solt/Staff Photographer Two airplanes line up to land at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport just above the rooflines of Estelle Creek North Apartment Homes in Irving. Published: 07 January 2014 10:19 PM Updated: 07 January 2014 10:22 PM The
Irving City Council voted to begin exclusive negotiations with a developer who promises to revive an entertainment center project mired in a lawsuit. But Thursday's 6-3 vote, including two supporters retiring from council this month, raised the
More News January 18 The Kansas City Star The Explorers have played their final professional tennis match in Kansas City. Jeff Launius, co-owner of the World TeamTennis franchise, said Friday that the team is leaving Kansas City after 20 years and