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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Wilmington wants your help creating its vision for 2028
Wilmington is beginning a year-long effort to come up with a comprehensive plan that will guide development across the city for the next 10 years. Officials are seeking public input for the plan, called Wilmington 2028, the city said in a news release.

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Mother gets 30 to 80 years in sons' bathtub drownings
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pennsylvania woman who drowned her two youngest sons in their bathtub because she felt that would enable her to be a better mother to their older brother was sentenced to 30 to 80 years in prison. Allegheny County Judge Jeffrey Manning called the sentence imposed Wednesday on....

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Mother gets 30 to 80 years in sons' bathtub drownings
Laurel Schlemmer, center, is escorted to court by Allegheny County Sheriffs for her sentencing hearing, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, in Pittsburgh. Schlemmer, who drowned her two youngest sons in their bathtub because she felt that would enable her to be a better mother to their older brother, was sentenced to 30 to 80 years in prison.

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Mom gets 30 to 80 years in sons’ bathtub drownings
PITTSBURGH A Pennsylvania woman who drowned her two youngest sons in their bathtub because she felt that would enable her to be a better mother to their older brother was sentenced to 30 to 80 years in prison. Allegheny County Judge Jeffrey Manning called the sentence imposed Wednesday on....

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Mom gets 30 to 80 years in sons’ bathtub drownings
PITTSBURGH A Pennsylvania woman who drowned her two youngest sons in their bathtub because she felt that would enable her to be a better mother to their older brother was sentenced to 30 to 80 years in prison. Allegheny County Judge Jeffrey Manning called the sentence imposed Wednesday on....

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Parking needs delay Hispanics United senior housing proposal
Hispanics United is eager to build its La Plaza senior housing community to meet the growing needs on Buffalo's West Side. But first it may need to figure out the parking. The nonprofit agency, which provides a mix of social, medical and housing services for its clients, wants to erect a three-story building at 253 Virginia St.

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Top 12 Houston Family-Friendly Restaurants 21 Mins The Top 12 hottest Houston family-friendly restaurant spots, from Good Taste.
HOUSTON - The Top 12 hottest Houston family-friendly restaurant spots, from Good Taste. -- Bernie's Burger Bus in Katy. Their school-themed burgers are no doubt the best, but their lobster roll is to die for. -- Adults can relax on one side of the restaurant while the kiddos hang out on the other side of the restaurant called Drix Kids Korner.

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Mother gets 30 to 80 years in sons' bathtub drownings
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pennsylvania woman who drowned her two youngest sons in their bathtub because she felt that would enable her to be a better mother to their older brother was sentenced to 30 to 80 years in prison. Allegheny County Judge Jeffrey Manning called the sentence imposed Wednesday on....

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WWJD? Clergy Wash The Feet of Young Immigrant 'Dreamers'
WASHINGTON — Clergy members knelt on wet concrete in front of the Capitol Wednesday and carried out a Christian ritual by washing the feet of young immigrants whose temporary relief from deportation is in peril. The clergy said they were following in the footsteps of Christ who did the same for his apostles on the night of the Last Supper.

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Thieves steal from Corbin church, cause extensive damage inside
CORBIN, Ky. (WKYT) - Someone broke into a Laurel County church causing extensive damage. The crime happened at Grace on the Hill United Methodist Church in Corbin. Surveillance cameras captured images of two people breaking into the church. Once inside, police say the masked suspects spent several hours rifling through church property.

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Morgan Fogarty followed her dreams to NYC, then realized she was looking in the wrong place
‘Gut instinct/red flag feelings’ July 26, 2013 Almost from the get-go, she felt uneasy about her decision – and starting work at Al Jazeera America didn’t improve her frame of mind. She says the operation seemed disorganized, and that few details had been nailed down, even though they were literally just weeks away from launching.

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Leonard Pitts: Nickel prophets are a dime a dozen
Indeed, some of God’s self-appointed spokespersons seem to find it especially difficult. Thus, before the first raindrop fell, the first palm tree bowed, or the first transformer blew, they came out to tell us what He meant by pointing a monster hurricane at Florida.

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East Windsor remembers those lost on Sept. 11
The Rev. Suzanne Schaffer-Coates was into her remarks Monday at the East Windsor Sept.11 memorial ceremony, when the low rumble of an airplane flying in the distance filled the air. On a clear, sunny day much like the one 16 years ago, the community gathered outside the municipal building to....

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Chief pleads for tips in shooting deaths of child, teen; reward offered
GAFFNEY, S.C. An Upstate police chief is pleading for help from the public to find who’s responsible for two shootings in which an 8-year-old and an 18-year-old were killed. Gaffney Police Chief Richard Turner held a news conference Wednesday, along with two pastors, a city councilman and two investigators.

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MUSON Festival of the Arts kicks off October
This platform is also MUSON’s modest contribution to the national effort at discovering and nurturing of our youths. Wednesday, October 18 will flag off the final phase of this competition. There are three categories of Pianoforte, Voice and other Instruments.

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Sharpsburg to appear on PCN program ‘Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs’
Updated 2 hours ago In front of two television cameras with the H.J. Heinz Memorial Plaza behind her, Council President Karen Pastor welcomed viewers to Sharpsburg and to what she calls her little river town. Pastor was one of many Sharpsburg figures to talk about thriving destinations within the....

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After foes, supporters vent, pop tax repeal is sent to committee
A measure to repeal Cook County’s controversial sweetened-beverage tax was introduced to the Cook County Board on Wednesday, and after lots of comments from opponents and supporters, commissioners voted to send the matter to its Finance Committee. Supporters of repeals say the tax is driving....

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Ben Woodburn sparkles as Liverpool get UEFA Youth League off to flying start Liverpool Echo
Almost three years to the day, Steven Gerrard stepped up and slotted home a last-minute penalty to defeat Ludogorets in Liverpool's first game of the Champions League group stage. Tonight he was back in European action as manager of Liverpool Under-19s as they got their UEFA Youth League campaign....

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Cheerleaders bring strength from the sidelines to Friday night
Bridge City cheerleaders, counter clockwise from top left, Jacelynn Price, Mackenzie Land, Mackenzie Murdock, Nicole Smith, Shania Dies, Kaylene Droddy Photo taken Tuesday, July 25, 2017 Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise less. Bridge City varsity cheerleader Mackenzie Land practices tumbling outside of her home.

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How far should man go in glorifying God? Kabuleta speaks
On September 1, 2017 friends and followers of Zoe fellowship organised a special event to honour their own, Prophet Elvis Mbonye at Kololo ceremonial grounds. Little did they know that the one-day event would culminate into weeks of debate and controversy. Clad in a sleek, all-white suit and shoes, Mbonye was smart for his dinner.

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Florida governor vows aggressive probe of Irma nursing home deaths
HOLLYWOOD, Fla./SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott on Wednesday vowed that the state would aggressively investigate how six people died at a nursing home that lost power when Hurricane Irma rampaged through the region, as millions coped with another day without electricity.

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Pop tax foes, supporters sound off at Cook County Board meeting
A measure to repeal Cook County’s controversial sweetened-beverage tax was introduced to the Cook County Board on Wednesday, and after lots of comments from opponents and supporters, commissioners voted to send the matter to its Finance Committee. Supporters of repeals say the tax is driving....

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WWJD? Clergy Wash The Feet of Young Immigrant 'Dreamers'
Now Reading: WWJD? Clergy Wash The Feet of Young Immigrant 'Dreamers' WASHINGTON — Clergy members knelt on wet concrete in front of the Capitol Wednesday and carried out a Christian ritual by washing the feet of young immigrants whose temporary relief from deportation is in peril.

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Greenpoint Church Once on the Brink of Closing Celebrates 150th Anniversary
GREENPOINT She gave up the "lesbian redneck dream" to save a local church. Pastor Katrina Foster, 49, an ordained Lutheran minister with a knack for turning around struggling churches , was enjoying a blissful existence in the Berkshires, overseeing two congregations and exploring the wilderness in....

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Petitioners to Rockville Centre bishop: Ordain married men
NCR reader James Stubenrauch took up Reese’s challenge. And he brought along 52 other friends who reside with him at Dominican Village, a retirement community on the grounds of the Dominican Sisters Motherhouse here in Amityville on Long Island. A petition composed by Stubenrauch asked Rockville....

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Harvey 7 mins ago 12:46 p.m. Spiritual leaders provide hope after Harvey, answer your questions on KHOU 11
HOUSTON How has your faith helped you since rains from Hurricane Harvey flooded large parts of the Houston and Southeast Texas? KHOU 11 News has invited spiritual leaders from our community to answer questions and explain how faith has guided them through these difficult times.

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