Dungy: Colts ready to prepare for season
TERRE HAUTE — With Saturday’s practice out of the way and the preseason home opener with Seattle set for tonight at the RCA Dome, another Indianapolis Colts training camp came to an end with Tony Dungy looking forward to the next stage of the team’s preseason development.
Lets keep him, said Florence. They were about to sign the lease. He looks like he likes it here.
A passion for roses
You think youre crazy for roses? Meet Janis Lipson. Shes so mad for roses that shes surrounded her historic home in Glendora with roses on a grand scale.
Essex v Surrey
Essex beat league leaders Surrey by an innings and two runs at Colchester to enhance their promotion prospects with a maximum 22-point haul as they completed their sixth Liverpool Victoria County Championship win of the season.
by Kat Bennett
Quietly tucked on 25 wooded acres between Crownsville and Annapolis, a 16th century English Tudor village called Revel Grove awakens.
SOUTH BAY Silicon Valley open ice skating competition. 275 skaters from around the country and Bay Area will be competing. Aug. 16-19. Logitech Ice, 1500 S. 10th St., San Jose. Free. www.logitechice.com or (408) 279-6000.
Benbow Inn turns 80
It was the Roaring 20s. A Model A Ford could be found for $250. It took 18 days to travel from New York to California. Jazz was hot. Houdini was the “Genius of Escape.” The Charleston, “flappers,” pole-sitting and dance marathons were all the rage.
Thats the spirit! Going back to the past to help futures
STAFF from Lynns Forward and Futures service will be fundraising with a little help from beyond the grave this weekend as they hold their third spine-tingling ghost night. (10/08/2006 08:24:17)
Sculpting a vision
Dallas Bergstrom’s cell phone seems to ring about every five minutes, which isn’t surprising because his contacts in the Lawrence area have skyrocketed in the past few years.
Clan at war over man who would be chief
THEY were once one of the fiercest clans in Scotland - proud Highland warriors who were the first to rally to the support of Prince Charles Edward Stuart when he raised his standard at Glenfinnan in 1745.