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5 things to know about new Cheshire daycare
CHESHIRE — Educational Playcare, a regional child care business, recently opened a new center on Route 10 in Cheshire. Here are five things to know about the facility. 1. The day care center, at 1430 Highland Ave., is Educational Playcare’s 15th location in Connecticut.

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Heroic rescue - Trench Town - labourer makes - valiant save of - 12-y-o boy
Twenty-four-year-old Tremayne Brown was yesterday hailed as a "God-sent hero" by residents of Trench Town and Arnett Gardens, Kingston, following his valiant rescue of a 12-year-old boy who was swept away in a gully on Collie Smith Drive last Friday. Twelve-year-old Renaldo Reynolds, a student of....

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Anti-slavery ‘illegal’
HOMEGROWN: Anti-slavery militants hold a banner which translates as ‘No to slavery and racism, no to the regime of the general dictator slavery racist Mouhamed Abdel Aziz’ demonstrate last year in Dakar against the imprisonment of fellow activists in Mauritania. PICTURE: AFP.

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Harrison church thanks first responders, remembers victims of 9/11
Updated 37 minutes ago. The long, winding drive to the Harvest Baptist Church served as memorial on Sunday. The hill below the chapel along that road, with its clipped green grass blowing in the breeze, was dotted with 2,977 American flags. Each flag represented someone killed as a result of the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

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Omotoso bail bid fails
CONTROVERSIAL Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, 59, was finally denied bail in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Friday where his application based on new facts was turned down. Omotoso’s legal representative, advocate Alwyn Rossouw SC, brought the second application on new facts, saying he....

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New OKC convention center paying off already
PLANS for a new convention center in Oklahoma City weren't universally well received at the outset, and some nay-sayers remain today even as the project moves forward. Their argument then and now: It's unnecessary. Yet it's becoming evident that city officials were right to include the convention....

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Use hope to quash suicidal thoughts, teens told
WARREN. Nearly anyone who knows the Rev. Rafael Cruz likely will tell you that he’s happy, easygoing and gregarious, and not shy about displaying a large sense of humor. At the same time, however, they would probably find it hard to believe that he also suffered emotional and physical abuse as a....

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Cooper's Eye on the Left: If a senator is on trial...
...He's a Rrrrrrr-Democrat. U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., was enmeshed in a corruption trial in his home state last week. If a trial involves a senator and corruption, one left-wing television network assumed for no fact-based reason, it must involve a Republican.

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Federated Church Honors First Responders with Special Service
Federated Church in Springfield honored public safety workers Sunday. The church said it does this as part of National Preparedness Month but also as close to Sept. 11 as possible. The service recognized first responders for the sacrifices they make while volunteering to help others.

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Trending Now Beyonce returns to hometown of Houston to help Hurricane Harvey victims
HOUSTON - Beyonce returned to her hometown of Houston Friday to sponsor a luncheon for Hurricane Harvey victims. The singer, who announced on Aug. 28 that she and her BeyGOOD Foundation would partner with two local organizations to assist in relief efforts, visited with over 400 victims.

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Trending Now Beyonce returns to hometown of Houston to help Hurricane Harvey victims
HOUSTON - Beyonce returned to her hometown of Houston Friday to sponsor a luncheon for Hurricane Harvey victims. The singer, who announced on Aug. 28 that she and her BeyGOOD Foundation would partner with two local organizations to assist in relief efforts, visited with over 400 victims.

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Beyonce returns to hometown of Houston to help Hurricane Harvey victims
HOUSTON - Beyonce returned to her hometown of Houston Friday to sponsor a luncheon for Hurricane Harvey victims. The singer, who announced on Aug. 28 that she and her BeyGOOD Foundation would partner with two local organizations to assist in relief efforts, visited with over 400 victims.

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Vidor church holds service outside after Harvey floods building
VIDOR - Pam Reich, a 17-year member of Victory Bible Baptist Church in Vidor says it was heartbreaking to see the building damaged from Hurricane Harvey. “It’s devastating, but it’s just a building,” Reich said. Reich was happy to be back at the church after not having service the last two weeks due to the storm.

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Smaller US cities struggle with high teen gun violence rates
WILMINGTON, Delaware (AP) — When the shots rang out — "pop, pop, pop," and then a thunder roll of gunfire — Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter's toys were strewn on the carpet.

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'Celebrating God and country': St. John United Methodist Church holds patriotic service, prays for hurricane victims
GRANITEVILLE — St. John United Methodist Church celebrated faith and freedom during a patriotic church service Sunday, where parishioners recognized the founding of the United States, the service of military personnel, and said prayers for recent hurricane victims.

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Area churches open doors to Hurricane Irma evacuees
From left: Janice Swan, Carolina Swan, David Sterling Jr. and Marvin Swan take a break from playing cards at Heights Baptist on Sunday. The family evacuated from Savannah, Georgia and is staying at the church during Hurricane Irma. They also stayed there last year during Hurricane Matthew.

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Beyonce returns to hometown of Houston to help Hurricane Harvey victims Beyonce returned to her hometown of Houston Friday to sponsor a luncheon for Hurricane Harvey
HOUSTON - Beyonce returned to her hometown of Houston Friday to sponsor a luncheon for Hurricane Harvey victims. The singer, who announced on Aug. 28 that she and her BeyGOOD Foundation would partner with two local organizations to assist in relief efforts, visited with over 400 victims.

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Maine first responders honored at annual Blue Mass ceremony
Hundreds of people filled the pews at St. John Catholic Church in Bangor on Sunday for the annual Blue Mass, which honors local police officers, firefighters and other public safety officials. Blue Mass, named for the blue uniforms worn by public safety officials, dates back to the 1950s, Bishop Robert P.

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Chicopee public safety officials to host Sept. 11 memorial
- The Police and Fire Departments will hold the annual Sept. 11 Memorial service to pay their respects to the 2,977 people killed in the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Towers in New York, the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania. The public is welcome to join public safety workers for the short ceremony that is scheduled for 9:55 a.

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Westfield Kiwanis Club names Boys & Girls Club director Kellie Brown 'Kiwanian of the Year'
- The Kiwanis Club has named Kellie Brown, director of operations for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield, the "Donald W. Blair Kiwanian of the Year." Brown will receive the award at the Kiwanis Club's 95th anniversary banquet on Sept. 29 at East Mountain Country Club.

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I will run for office: Mawarire
After the church service, the Daily News on Sunday’s Letwin Nyambayo caught up with him for a brief interview in which he talks about his political future, his church, family, #ThisFlag campaign and his current court cases. Q: Are you standing in the 2018 elections as you once promised? A: Well, I....

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Kong Hee's Sentosa penthouse back on the market at $11.5m
The Sentosa Cove penthouse unit belonging to former City Harvest Church pastor Kong Hee was relisted for $11.5 million last week - 15 per cent higher than its 2015 listing price of $10 million. The 5,242 sq ft penthouse unit was bought and co-owned by Kong and Indonesian tycoon Wahju Hanafi in 2007 for $9.

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Salem County will pause to mark 9/11 anniversary
-- Salem County residents will gather Monday evening to mark the 16 th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America. The ceremony, beginning at 7 p.m., will be held at the Park of Remembrance, 135 Cemetery Rd., near the county 911 Call Center, officials said. Officials from Cpl. Joseph C.

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Tampa prepares for Hurricane Irma: ‘We are about to get punched in the face’
The Tampa region has already started to feel the effects, according to Global News chief meteorologist Anthony Farnell, who is embedded in the city. He said the city will begin to experience hurricane-force winds after 6 p.m. ET while the eye of Hurricane Irma will pass over the area around midnight.

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Tampa prepares for Hurricane Irma: ‘We are about to get punched in the face’
The Tampa region has already started to feel the effects, according to Global News chief meteorologist Anthony Farnell, who is embedded in the city. He said the city will begin to experience hurricane-force winds after 6 p.m. ET while the eye of Hurricane Irma will pass over the area around midnight.

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P52.4M budget for landfill rehab approved
ALMOST nine months after the Court of Appeals (CA) ordered the permanent closure of the Inayawan Sanitary Landfill, the Cebu City Council approved P52.4 million to cover expenses in the rehabilitation of the facility. During last week’s regular session, the council approved six resolutions on the....

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