News for Wednesday, June 10, 2009


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Airport's Interfaith Chapel moves to new facility

By Maria Jose Subiria

Do stores lose when couponers win?

If you're a regular reader of my column, by now you know that I love paying as little as possible for my groceries. Getting many things for free is great for the household budget, and it's fun, too. Yet, as you start to see your weekly grocery bill dropping by a third, or even by half, you may start to wonder, "Is my store losing money because I use coupons?"

Clayton officers to wait tables during fund-raiser

By Linda Looney-Bond

Obituaries - June 10, 2009

Charlie J. Flowers

If it works for leisure, how 'bout litigation? - Denese Rodgers

I am one huge fan of Travelocity. I have all my preferences saved, and when I get an itch to go loafering, I hit a few keys, whip out a credit card, and the computer sends me on my merry way to meander the mapped world.

Martha's big adventure - Hello Chicago - Martha Randolph Carr

This is Part Four of my missives about my ongoing, unusual homeless adventure during the Great Recession. Landed in Chicago at Midway Airport on Monday, the first of June, which was also Marilyn Monroe's and my mother, Tina's, 83rd birthday.

Jonesboro resident interns in Chambliss' office

By Curt Yeomans

Glenn looks to regain starting role at UGA

By Brian Paglia

Library to host steel band concert


County moves on neighborhood stabilization

By Joel Hall