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Former Huber pastor pleads guilty to stealing $1.9M
By Staff Writer. Lynn Hulsey The Rev. Earl Simone, who ministered for more than two decades to parishioners at St. Peter Catholic Church in Huber Heights, on Thursday admitted to stealing $1.92 million from the congregation. The 75-year-old Simone sat in a wheelchair as a judge convicted him of a....

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Mother in Pa. Shooting: 'My Whole Family Was Massacred'
A carefree cookout outside Pittsburgh that turned into a mass murder scene Wednesday night has family members reeling — and begging for help catching the gunmen. , including a pregnant woman, and three others were wounded after two gunmen opened fire on the backyard party in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, just before 11 p.

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Kanu Soccer Academy to train 400 young Nigerians in Canada
• Ronaldo de Lima, Thierry Henry to entertain kids from Africa, Asia, Europe, America Former Super Eagles striker, Nwankwo Kanu has devised another means of helping young Nigerians achieve their dreams in football. From August 1, 2016, kids from all over the world, (U-11 and U-18) will converge in....

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Gov. Rick Scott signs 26 bills into law
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday signed 26 bills into law, adding protections for pastors who refuse to marry gay couples and authorizing the replacement of one of Florida's statues in the U.S. Capitol. The Pastor Protection Act, which Scott already said he planned to sign, will give....

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Kanu Soccer Academy to hold summer camp in Canada
By Jacob Ajom FROM August 1, 2016, kids from all over the world, from ages 11 to 18 will converge on Toronto, Canada, for the First Residential Soccer camp being put together by the Kanu Soccer Academy. Kanu. The camp which has been divided into two phases will see over 400 kids from Africa, Asia,....

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More Gallon Water, Hand Sanitizer and Cleaning Wipes Needed in Flint
Donations of bottled water are pouring into Flint, Michigan from around the country. But they also need more gallon water, hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes. "We need more sanitizer and baby wipes. Some people need distilled water," said Bill Quarles, General Superintendent of First Trinity Missionary....

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Legislators earmark $400,000 for reading program at struggling schools in St. Petersburg
State legislators said Thursday during a debate about the proposed $82.3 billion budget that the money was intended to help Campbell Park, Fairmount Park, Lakewood, Melrose and Maximo — schools that were at the heart of a yearlong Tampa Bay Times investigation, "Failure Factories." The budget is expected to pass the state Legislature Friday.

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Flint: US city of blight, flight and poisoned water
The sixth post in the series comes from the economically depressed northern city of Flint, Michigan, where a scandal has erupted over drinking water contaminated with lead and officials' subsequent attempts to hush up the health scare. Flint, a black majority city of about 100,000 people that once....

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The child they thought would fail
344. Fola Ojo. In every child placed on this earth by the Divine hands of our Creator, there are plans and purposes for the originator of life to fulfil. The Almighty Creator is the writer of our stories. What He has authored, no human author can alter.

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Helicopter to Drop 15,000 Prize-Filled Eggs on Easter
COOPER CITY, Fla. March 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- If you are looking for something to do this Easter - look no further! Potential Church in Cooper City is hosting a variety of community events that are guaranteed to bring joy to your family. First, there will be a Helicopter Egg Drop where thousands of eggs will be dropped from the sky.

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Flint: US city of blight, flight and poisoned water
The sixth post in the series comes from the economically depressed northern city of Flint, Michigan, where a scandal has erupted over drinking water contaminated with lead and officials' subsequent attempts to hush up the health scare. Flint, a black majority city of about 100,000 people that once....

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Flint: US city of blight, flight and poisoned water
Agence France-Presse has launched a weekly series of reporters' blogs taking readers behind the scenes of the 2016 US election for a look at the events and attitudes shaping the White House race. The sixth post in the series comes from the economically depressed northern city of Flint, Michigan,....

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If you thought Pastor NATASHA is S£XY, wait until you see her mother (PHOTOs)
Thursday, 10 March 2016 - City pastor, Lucy Natasha, has been all over the blogosphere for a while thanks to her sizzling beauty, charisma and good taste of fashion. Some say that she is the hottest female pastor in Kenya and this has left JCC’s Kathy Kiuna jealous because she thought that she was....

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Flint: US city of blight, flight and poisoned water
The sixth post in the series comes from the economically depressed northern city of Flint, Michigan, where a scandal has erupted over drinking water contaminated with lead and officials' subsequent attempts to hush up the health scare. Flint, a black majority city of about 100,000 people that once....

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Family 'Massacred' in Backyard Shooting Near Pittsburgh
A grieving Pennsylvania mother is speaking out about the murders of her three children and two nieces who were killed this week. "I don't know why they were targeted because they were fun-loving and amongst each other," Jessica Shelton said today of the fatal shooting that happened Wednesday night in the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg.

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Flint: US city of blight, flight and poisoned water
Agence France-Presse has launched a weekly series of reporters' blogs taking readers behind the scenes of the 2016 US election for a look at the events and attitudes shaping the White House race. The sixth post in the series comes from the economically depressed northern city of Flint, Michigan,....

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Family 'Massacred' in Backyard Shooting Near Pittsburgh
A grieving Pennsylvania mother is speaking out about the murders of her three children and two nieces who were killed this week. "I don’t know why they were targeted because they were fun-loving and amongst each other," Jessica Shelton said today of the fatal shooting that happened Wednesday night in the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg.

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Former Huber pastor pleads guilty to stealing $1.9 M
By Staff Writer. Lynn Hulsey The Rev. Earl Simone, 75, pleaded guilty today in the theft of $1.9 million from St. Peter Catholic Church in Huber Heights, where he was pastor for 23 years until retiring last April. He also agreed to serve a 5 year prison sentence, repay the money and assist in the prosecution of anyone else involved.

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Trade Union groups in Swaziland are considering nationwide ...
Trade Union groups in Swaziland are considering nationwide demonstrations to pressure the administration in Mbabane to increase public sector workers’ pay The government released a salary review report which the unions say increases salaries of mostly senior officials in the public sector but see....

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Omobude reaches out to less privileged at 70
T he National President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, Rev. Felix Omobude, will celebrate his 70th birthday,with the less privileged. A statement by the birthday organising committee said that the event will include free medical treatment for people, charity visits, donations, lectures,....

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Former St. Peter’s priest pleads guilty to $1.5M theft
UPDATE @ 2:27 p.m. Lynn Hulsey Fr. Simone’s guilty plea to one count aggravated theft of $1.5 million has been accepted by the court in Montgomery County. Simone agreed to a five-year prison sentence, but official sentencing is scheduled for April 22. He is free on bond until sentencing. Simone also waived all appeal rights.

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Harare pastor 'resurrects the dead, heals Aids victims'
A Harare church leader, Apostle Try Immanuel who is the founder and President of Greaterlife Embassy and Voice of God charity Organisation aimed on helping the needy has been performing controversial miracles around the globe. Without mentioning him praying for Zimbabwe National Cricket player Brian....

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Locked Away for 24 Years, an Exonerated Man Still Feels Imprisoned
Han Tak Lee, 81, spends much of his time alone in a small room in Queens. It’s a ground-floor studio apartment with a kitchenette and a bathroom, right beside train tracks used by the Long Island Rail Road. Commuter trains roar by every so often, though the double-glazing of his windows reduces the noise to a gentle whoosh.

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Former St. Peter’s priest to plead guilty in theft of $1.5M
UPDATE @ 2:02 p.m. Lynn Hulsey A press release from Father Earl Simone’s attorney David P. Williamson states that Simone is entering a guilty plea today. The full statement: “By entering his guilty plea today, Fr. Simone has accepted responsibility for his actions.

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St. Cloud transit activists to lobby lawmakers for Northstar extension
Purchase: Order Reprint A group of residents and transit activists from the St. Cloud area rolled into Target Field station on the Northstar commuter rail Thursday morning with plans to lobby state legislators to extend the train all the way to St. Cloud.

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A married lady who used to enjoy her marriage until things went rough for her husband has cried out as the man she loved and married is no longer who she's now seeing. Read her touching story... When the marital vow say 'for better, for worse'...I guess this is it. The solution to this mess is prayer.

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