Town talk

the common talk of a place; the subject or topic of common conversation.

See also: Town

References in classic literature ?
The affair which formed its subject, and which was town talk, had occurred three days before at the Bank of England.
Commenting on Town Talk - a Denbigh forum on Facebook, Ruth Williams said: "Another very sad and sudden loss for Denbigh.
Argyrios had worked as a cook for Town Talk Roast Beef in North Attleboro.
The residents of Santa Maria, in southern Brazil, have also suffered an emotional toll from the tragedy and it seems to be that entire people in the town talk about, and protestors have taken to the streets demanding justice, the paper reported.
Town Talk is a Business Resource to Consumer program.
There may be no 'plans' for a national military draft, but that hasn't kept Louisiana from registering teenagers too young to serve in case conditions change," reported the Town Talk of Alexandria, Louisiana, on November 13.
He was employed for over 30 years by Town Talk and Nissan bakeries, before retiring in 1999.
Late next month, printing of The Town Talk, weekday circulation 27,639, and its related publications in Alexandria, La.
uk and circulated to our mailing list n Opportunity to distribute company marketing materials at events n Discounted tickets for events n Early bird notification of events and other deals n Opportunity to attend members' only events n Free invitation to a council procurement event n Free entry on the Vale of Glamorgan Council Town Talk website n Membership available for Vale and non-Vale based businesses n Free VIP members' lunch at the one-day 'Revitalize your business event on September 22, 2009, at Barry Memorial Hall Forthcoming events: n One-day business strategy event Sept 22, 2009: Revitalize your business featuring leading UK entrepreneurship keynote author and speaker Robert Craven, and experts' panel.
The switch-on will be outside the Town Talk pub, in Upper Abbey Street, at 4pm.