News for Wednesday, September 2, 2009


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Reader mail: Organizing coupons efficiently

This week, I'm happy to answer another question from a reader like you who is learning to Super-Coupon:

Community takes stock of new SPLOST

By Curt Yeomans

Clayton Center asks county for financial help

By Joel Hall

Whirlpool, Habitat for Humanity execute housing blitz

By Curt Yeomans

Datebook - Sept. 2, 2009

Today-Sept. 17

One of sheriff's most wanted fugitives nabbed

By Linda Looney-Bond

Qualifying dates announced for vacated House seat

By Joel Hall

Police release sketch in sexual-assault cases

By Michael Davis and

Forum with school superintendent set for Thursday

By Curt Yeomans

Can financial peace exist in America? - Jason A. Smith

A couple of years ago, I attended a series of classes at my church, geared toward helping people to manage their finances more effectively.

Cash for Clunkers, the sequels - Will Durst

Got to give the president a big bowl of props for interrupting Obama-Rama on Martha's Vineyard with his valiant effort to paint a big old smiling happy face on the side of the economy.

The tail of the recession that bit us - Martha Randolph Carr

At the beginning of the Great Recession, we had all sorts of experts who claimed we weren't really in a recession, and if we were, it was almost over.

Fire destroys Morrow apartment building

Fifteen residents were displaced, and eight apartment units destroyed, when fire broke out at the Baywood Park Apartments in Morrow Monday night, according to the Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services Department.