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Developer plans $26 million speculative building in Franklin

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Local economic development officials say a $26.6 million speculative building planned in Franklin would fill a gap in the market. Indianapolis-based Peterson Property Group is...

Ohio communities to mark 100th birthday of late John Glenn

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — John Glenn's birthplace and childhood hometown in Ohio are joining forces to celebrate what would have been the history-making astronaut and...

Ohio communities to mark 100th birthday of late John Glenn

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — John Glenn's birthplace and childhood hometown in Ohio are joining forces to celebrate what would have been the history-making astronaut and...

Rahm’s revelation: A club foot at birth and shot at history

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SANDWICH, England — Jon Rahm arrived at Royal St. George’s as a newly crowned major champion with the chance to join an elite group...

John Rotz, Hall of Fame jockey, dies at 86

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John Rotz, a Hall of Fame jockey who won the Preakness and Belmont Stakes during his career, has died at 86. ...

Innovative NFL offensive line coach Alex Gibbs dies at 80

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Alex Gibbs, the innovative offensive line coach whose zone-blocking scheme helped lead the Denver Broncos to back-to-back Super Bowl triumphs in...

‘Night Court’ actor Charlie Robinson dies at 75

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LOS ANGELES — Charlie Robinson, the versatile and prolific actor whose many credits ranged from stage productions of “Driving Miss Daisy” and “Fences” to...

Renowned Oklahoma fiddler Byron Berline dies at 77

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Byron Berline, a renowned fiddler and owner of a popular Oklahoma instrument shop, has died in a hospital. He was 77. ...

Ex-Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards died; knew power and prison

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NEW ORLEANS, La. — Edwin Washington Edwards, the high-living four-term governor whose three-decade dominance of Louisiana politics was all but overshadowed by scandal and...

Populist Edwin Edwards, a ‘Cajun King,’ loved his Louisiana

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NEW ORLEANS, La. — They were tough acts to follow on the stage of 20th century Louisiana politics: the arm-flailing Depression-era orator Huey Long,...