When I started at The Journal Gazette in the 1980s, one of the first people I met was a guy named Dailey Fogle, a name just odd enough to make it easy to remember.
Thursday - Frank Gray
Frank Gray | The Journal Gazette
When a developer builds a new subdivision, it isnt uncommon to install sidewalks on just one side of the street. Thats the way it was done in Evelyn Murphys subdivision along Londonderry Lane on the citys north side.
Tuesday - Frank Gray
Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Life in middle and high school has doubtlessly changed a lot since I was a student, but one thing hasnt changed.
Sunday - Frank Gray
- Internet tax might aid hometown merchants
Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate passed, by a wide margin, a bill that would let states collect sales tax from online retailers.May 9, 2013 - Frank Gray
- Old tree stands tall at former birthplace
Ten years ago, when Lutheran Hospital was planning its Heart Pavilion off West Jefferson Boulevard, one doctor lamented that in clearing the land, some really nice trees were going to be bulldozed and ground to pulp.May 7, 2013 - Frank Gray
- By his work, other orphans may find siblings
Melvin Claymiller was 5 years old in 1935 when he and his siblings went to live at the St. Vincent Villa Catholic Orphanage on Wells Street.May 5, 2013 - Frank Gray