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  • Reversal of fortune

    Reversal of fortune
    Just a week ago, Ted Williams was homeless, bumming money on the streets of Columbus, Ohio. Now his story has been seen around the world, he's been reunited with his mother for the first time in nearly 20 years, and he's already had his first job. ...
  • Top 20 Coupon-Clipping U.S. Cities: Did Hampton Roads Make the Cut?

    Top 20 Coupon-Clipping U.S. Cities: Did Hampton Roads Make the Cut?
    The rest of the country is coming around to what Savvy Shoppers have known - and practiced - for awhile: coupons = savings. Nearly one year ago, Inmar, a national coupon and promotions transaction settlement provider, reported that annual coupon use...
  • Mormon Church to build temple in Carmel

    Mormon Church to build temple in Carmel
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or the Mormon Church, is planning to build a temple in Carmel within the next few years. The temple will be the first in the state and will occupy a 50 acre site at the corner of 116th Street and Spring...
  • Plane has crash landing in Danville

    Plane has crash landing in Danville
    A small plane made an emergency landing at Gordon Graham Airport in Danville Monday. There were no reports of fire or explosion. The pilot said forgot to engage the landing gear on the two seat airplane. The plane was slightly damaged. The pilot was...
  • Man dies as flight is diverted to Indianapolis

    Man dies as flight is diverted to Indianapolis
    An in-air medical emergency caused a Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Columbus, Ohio to divert to Indianapolis International Airport. Passengers aboard flight 1891, including a doctor and nurse, attended to Richard Herrell of San Antonio,...
  • Top 20 most frugal cities in the nation

    The Coupons.com index of frugal cities found that Southerners are among the best savers in the country, with more than one-third of the top 20 frugal cities. In addition to Atlanta and Tampa, other Southern cities on the list include Charlotte, Nashville,...
  • Jim Tressel will have to wait to help Colts

    Jim Tressel will have to wait to help Colts
    If the players have to sit at the next level, than so must the coach. With suspensions being handed down by the NFL to former Ohio State players for their roles in violations that occured in Columbus, head coach Jim Tressel will not help the Colts on...
  • Rental insurance surprise

    Rental insurance surprise
    My wife recently rented a car in Columbus, Ohio, from Dollar Rent A Car. When I made the reservation for her, I specifically told them we did not want their extra insurance coverage. My wife is not a frequent traveler, so she called me at the rental-...
  • Recycling is more expensive in Indianapolis than in other cities

    Recycling is more expensive in Indianapolis than in other cities
    David Benson and his family recycle just about everything, from schoolwork to aluminum cans. So he was surprised when he moved to Indianapolis from Washington state to find that he has to pay for the city to pick up his recyclables. "If you want people...
  • SeaWorld fights for future of killer-whale shows

    SeaWorld fights for future of killer-whale shows
    Nineteen months after an animal trainer was killed by one of its killer whales, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment heads to court next week to fight for the future of its iconic Shamu shows. SeaWorld is challenging the results of a federal investigation...
  • Woodland Park Zoo's youngest African lion turns two

    Woodland Park Zoo's youngest African lion turns two
    African lion Adia celebrated her 2nd birthday at Woodland Park Zoo on September 22. Adia, the Woodland Park Zoo’s youngest African lion, arrived last winter from Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, in Ohio, under a breeding recommendation by the Species...
  • Dark Dark Dark plays The Space in Hamden on Sept. 27.

    Dark Dark Dark plays The Space in Hamden on Sept. 27.
    Early morning interviews can be a drag. Just ask Marshall LaCount, who plays banjo and clarinet and sings for Minneapolis band Dark Dark Dark. LaCount was kind enough to speak with the Advocate on Thursday at 10 a.m. by phone from Columbus, Ohio, where...