Town talk

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

See also: Town

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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.
The popular Town Talk Bar B Q was founded by their son, Burleigh Rideau, in 1948.
Small Town Talk: Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix & Friends in the Wild Years of Woodstock
The Town Talk reports (http://townta.lk/1BAkyVA) the $22 million project will replace the current Alexandria campus on South MacArthur Drive.
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.
"We know people are venturing into our state's waterways to cool off this summer, so we advise them to be careful and exercise health precautions," Kathy Kliebert, Department Secretary, told the (http://www.thetowntalk.com/article/20130704/NEWS01/130703001/Louisiana-health-officials-warn-about-bacteria-Gulf-Mexico?gcheck=1) Town Talk .
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.
Liz LaClair was invited to do this interview by Dennis Meiers, Host of Town Talk. Town Talk is a Business Resource to Consumer program.
Some of the Herald's Dupo coverage has been added to the Republic-Times, including Leslie Sopp's "Town Talk" column, obituaries, police, sports and other news.
The main component of these internet broadcasts is a weekly program, Warren Town Talk, which features interviews with city officials.