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Can racial harmony be achieved?

Can racial harmony be achieved? William Rocket, an Acre Homes resident gave his opinion on the subject before his public discourse at this Jehovah’s Witness convention. 19 more words

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Friends say Bob Butler was more than just a 1,200 pound man

CUMBERLAND, R.I. (WPRI) — His funeral was private, but Bob Butler’s friends couldn’t let him go without gathering to say good bye.

“Take up my yoke, and learn from me,” Father Brazel sang under the blazing sun. 629 more words

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The Star of Hope is helping the homeless in need of water

HOUSTON – As temperatures rise and reach triple digits, Houston’s homeless are desperate for a drink of water. The Star of Hope Love-In-Action Van makes sure to quench that thirst for those men and women longing for that drink. 69 more words

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Trae Tha Truth hosts annual Trae Day

For the seventh year in a row, the Houston community and hip-hop fans came out to Trae Day, an annual event hosted by Houston rapper, Trae That Truth.  27 more words

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The real life heroes of the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department

HOUSTON, TX – The Cy Fair Volunteer Fire Department isn’t only the largest volunteer fire department in Texas, it’s the largest in the United States. With 350 volunteers, and 12 stations, they serve over half a million residents. 135 more words

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Free wedding dresses for military brides

HOUSTON, TX – Brides Across America gives free wedding dresses to the very deserving brides of active duty personnel in all branches of the military. 47 more words

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Murder victim's nephew releases pain to fight domestic violence

NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) — Robin Dube was a second mother to her nephew, often leaving colorful voice mails packed with advice and humor, but she was suddenly silenced, provoking him to find a unique way to release his pain and hopefully help other domestic violence victims. 772 more words

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