Belle Vue elects a New Executive for the Belle Vue Development Committee

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September 7th, 2017 0 comments PRESS RELEASE:-The Belle Vue Development Committee is pleased to announce that a new executive has been elected to preside over the affairs of the organization for the next two years. This new executive was elected at the Annual General Meeting of the organization which was held on 5th September, 2017 at Read More

Then & Now: From grandmother to simply ‘mom’

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Photo By Michael AlexanderJeannie DeCarlo, left, enjoys the company of her 15-year-old granddaughter, Ansley, in their Marietta home. Since DeCarlo’s son, Ansley’s father, and his ex-girlfriend, Ansley’s mother, have never been able to raise their daughter, DeCarlo and her husband, Lou, initially took on the responsibility of looking after their grandchild, but in 2011 they Read More

‘Authentic shepherd’ built bridges within the Atlanta community

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Photo By Michael AlexanderBishop Luis Zarama was the main celebrant and homilist for the opening Mass of the 2014 Eucharistic Congress. Atlanta By PRISCILLA GREEAR, Special to the Bulletin | Published September 7, 2017 Facebook Twitter Google+ ATLANTA—As Bishop Luis R. Zarama begins leading the Diocese of Raleigh, N.C., Hispanic clergy and other leaders of Read More

Film Review: IT

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Rated R135 MinutesReleased September 8 A classic Stephen King horror story set in a quaint and peaceful New England town is the foundation for the movie It directed by Andres Muschetti. This film is not your average horror story however. I say that I not was truly terrified watching It. Last year’s Lights Out, which Read More

Caribbean neighbours now leading Trinidad & Tobago by example

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Thursday, September 07 2017 @ 11:33 AM AST Contributed by: michaelariston Views: 60 If at all, this is what a Government should be borrowing for… to boost businesses. #Jamaica shows ’em The Government of Jamaica today, signed an agreement with the Inter-American Development Bank in the amount of US$20, 000,000.00 or JS$ 2.56 Billon. The Read More

Teen Surfer Dies While Riding Waves in Barbados During Hurricane Irma

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A talented teen surfer died while riding waves in Barbados during Category 5 Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, September 5. Zander Venezia, an Island native, was knocked unconscious and drowned after slamming into a shallow reef. According to Surfline magazine, the 16-year-old was surfing with other professionals who flew to the Caribbean to catch the historic Read More

No nukes, no war: Love is the gun for peace

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Graffiti title from: Casa di Giulietta, Via Capello 3, Verona, Italy 9/11 album release by JAZZ AT HEART JAZZ AT HEART – more than jazz” — Gustav Steinhoff MD (keyboards) BERLIN, GERMANY, September 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Berlin, Germany. There is a need for change in the current world of escalating aggression. How to tell Read More

Hurricane Jose to affect Dominica this weekend

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Interests in Dominica have been advised to monitor the progress of Hurricane Jose which is presently in the Atlantic and make preparations for its arrival. Jose is expected to create unstable weather across Dominica by Friday into Saturday, especially Saturday, acting senior Meteorological Officer, Marshal Alexander said. According to Alexander, the system will create showers which Read More