News for Friday, March 27, 2009


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Academy for Advanced Studies to open this fall

By Johnny Jackson

Title IX leveled playing field for local athletes

By Zack Huffman

County track meets set for this week

By Brian Paglia

Home-grown attraction Rediscovering the State Farmers Market

By Linda Looney-Bond

Brandon's finally impressed - Rhonda Rich

Brandon, the smart young man who has worked for me for years, isn't impressed by much at all. He's remarkably level-headed, so fame or celebrity bounces off him like one of Penelope Ann's biscuits bounces off the floor.

Planning a trip to the mothership - Curt Yeomans

"In a neat little town they call Belfast, apprenticed in trade I was bound; and many an hour of sweet happiness, I spent in that neat little town," - from the 19th Century Irish folk tune, "The Black Velvet Band."

Clayton pupils win top honors at social studies fair

By Curt Yeomans

Obituaries - March 27, 2009

Christinna Elizabeth Wallis Phillips

Business leaders optimistic about schools

By Curt Yeomans

New adult entertainment law irks club owners

By Joel Hall

Rainbow House gets gift of books

By Joel Hall