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The Latest: Maryland official pledges flood prevention plan
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 6:15 p.m. After deadly floods in central Maryland, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman says he's tapped the county's planning department to draft a master plan to address flood-prone areas in order to prevent future disasters.

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Harold Love Jr. dominates money game in District 58 race
Tennessee state Rep. Harold Love Jr., D-Nashville, has raised more than $46,000 and received a handful of community endorsements leading into Thursday’s election, compared with his two Democratic primary opponents, who have raised nothing. “The campaign is going wonderfully,” Love said. “I’ve enjoyed the support of our teachers and police officers.

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Clinton hunts an elusive political prey: white male voters
Bill Clinton came along to stand sentinel onstage, adjusting his schedule to linger a day longer than planned among his wife’s chief skeptics: the voters who look like him. And during the bus tour’s three-day slideshow of American brawn a whir of iron, hard hats, factory dust, and well-placed....

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The Latest: Maryland official pledges flood prevention plan
WASHINGTON The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 6:15 p.m. After deadly floods in central Maryland, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman says he’s tapped the county’s planning department to draft a master plan to address flood-prone areas in order to prevent future disasters.

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The Latest: Maryland official pledges flood prevention plan
WASHINGTON The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 6:15 p.m. After deadly floods in central Maryland, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman says he’s tapped the county’s planning department to draft a master plan to address flood-prone areas in order to prevent future disasters.

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READ what Adeboye has to say about pastors growing beards, elders dressing like youths
– Pastor Adeboye has cautioned RCCG pastors to be clean shaven at all times. – He urged elders to be the guiding light to the youths. – The cleric said youths are young and look up to the elders for direction. Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of....

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German president says absolute security impossible
No government can guarantee its citizens full security from terror strikes, Germany's president said on Sunday, calling for national unity as the best defence after attacks in the past two weeks left 15 people dead. "Nowhere on earth are there politicians who can make such a guarantee," Joachim....

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Adeboye frowns at pastors growing beards
By Sam Eyoboka & Olayinka Latona. THE General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has frowned at ministers of the gospel growing beards in the name of new fashion, just as he declared that as tough as things are in the nation today, “we are not owing anybody any salary.

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RCCG 64th annual convention: 8,000 deacons, deaconesses ordained
The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, yesterday ordained a total of 8,151 persons to assist the mission to administer the fast growing church. The figure is 19 short of the 9,170 persons that were ordained last year. The newly ordained 4,412 deacons and 3,739 deaconesses were admonished to....

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Photos/Video: Man chops off wife's hands for not conceiving after seven years of marriage
A 34-year-old Kenyan man allegedly chopped off the hands of his wife of seven years with a large knife because she cannot have children, in what is said to be the most atrocious cases of domestic violence. 28-year-old Jackline Mwende from Kathama Village, Masii in Machakos County, had her hands....

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Boston mob boss resurfaces in Memphis as pastor
Memphis loves a good prodigal son story. But the faith community here seldom encounters an account quite as gripping — quite as foreboding — as the testimonial of mob-boss-turned-minister Robert "Bobby'' Luisi Jr. "I was involved between Philadelphia and Boston in at least a half a dozen murders,''....

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The Latest: Flood victim was University of Baltimore staffer
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 3:50 p.m. A man killed by flash flooding in Ellicott City, Maryland, over the weekend was the director of financial aid at the University of Baltimore. University President Kurt Schmoke (shmoke) and Provost Darlene....

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The Public Pulse, Aug. 1: Do the right thing for Metro
Are you already a subscriber to the Ralston Recorder? Access to Ralston Recorder online content and ePaper is available at no charge to you. Click here and you will just need to provide your subscription address and phone number to confirm that you are eligible for All Access, which is the key to all the information our team produces.

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Deadliest July in Chicago in 10 years
Trinyce L. Sanders-Wilson was a member of the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church for more than 20 years. She was in the choir and worked with the children at the West Side church. As she left Sunday services and crossed the street to her car over the weekend, her estranged husband walked up and shot her dead, authorities said.

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This week's community billboard
COMMUNITY BILLBOARD: Your daily guide to what's happening in Ipswich over the next seven days. To have your community notices published on our Community Notices page, contact the QT editorial department on: 3817 1738 3817 1736 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tuesday August 2.

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The Latest: Victim's brother says 3 family members survived
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 4:40 p.m. The brother of a woman who died in a flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland, says his wife and two other relatives were with her at the time but survived the ordeal.

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The Latest: Victim's Brother Says 3 Family Members Survived
The Latest on flash flooding in central (all times local): 4:40 p.m. Maryland The brother of a woman who died in a flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland, says his wife and two other relatives were with her at the time but survived the ordeal. Curtis Brubaker of Dover, Pennsylvania, said Monday that....

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Battered woman says she stayed on to save marriage
When Ms Jackline Mwende sought advice on her bad marriage, she was given the same counsel many Kenyan women in abusive relationships will get: stay and fight for your marriage. The first pastor she ran to for comfort and advice on how to deal with the violence in her family advised her to get on her knees and pray for her marriage.

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The Latest: Victim’s brother says 3 family members survived
WASHINGTON The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 4:40 p.m. The brother of a woman who died in a flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland, says his wife and two other relatives were with her at the time but survived the ordeal.

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The Latest: Victim’s brother says 3 family members survived
WASHINGTON The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 4:40 p.m. The brother of a woman who died in a flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland, says his wife and two other relatives were with her at the time but survived the ordeal.

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Widow of fallen DART Officer Brent Thompson says his death won't break her spirit
The widow of fallen DART Police Officer Brent Thompson said Wednesday that her husband's murder would not break her spirit or the resolve of his law enforcement colleagues. "Though I'm heartbroken and hurt, I'm going to put on my badge and my uniform and return to the street, along with all of my....

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Annual Italian festival returning to Downtown Jersey City for 113th year
Holy Rosary Church's La Festa Italiana is returning to the historic streets of Downtown Jersey City for the 113th time with five nights of music, dancing, food and fun for people of all ages. La Festa Italiana honors the veneration of Maria SS. Dell'Assunta and St.

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The Latest: Senator praises bravery in face of flooding
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 2:10 p.m. U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland is praising the bravery of those who formed a human chain Saturday to help rescue someone caught in the flood waters. Mikulski said Monday it "took my breath away.

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What you should know about the August 2 primary
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Fox 2 News has compiled some brief notes on the races in the August 2 primary. Want to learn more about the offices and propositions appearing on your local ballot? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and League of Women Voters have partnered to put together a voters’ guide on nearly 160....

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The Latest: Flood victim was University of Baltimore staffer
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on flash flooding in central Maryland (all times local): 3:50 p.m. A man killed by flash flooding in Ellicott City, Maryland, over the weekend was the director of financial aid at the University of Baltimore. University President Kurt Schmoke (shmoke) and Provost Darlene....

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The Latest: Flood Victim Was University of Baltimore Staffer
The Latest on flash flooding in central (all times local): 3:50 p.m. Maryland A man killed by flash flooding in Ellicott City, Maryland, over the weekend was the director of financial aid at the University of Baltimore. University President Kurt Schmoke (shmoke) and Provost Darlene Brannigan Smith....

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