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  • Peace & Unity garden to be dedicated Saturday

    SANFORD–When help is needed, it comes to us in different ways. When we are hungry, we depend on agencies like CUOC, Salvation Army, Bread Basket, etc., to fill our tummies. The Peace & Unity Community garden will be dedicated Saturday morning with a ribbon cutting. The garden, located at the cul-de-sac off Hudson Avenue is a community project with its purpose being to help provide food for the needy. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.

  • Rolling Stones Reportedly Agree Let BBC Air One Hour of Their Glastonbury Set

    Rolling Stones Reportedly Agree Let BBC Air One Hour of Their Glastonbury Set

    The Rolling Stones and the BBC have reportedly reached a deal and agreed that there will be one hour of televised coverage of the band’s June 29 performance at the Glastonbury festival. The BBC originally wanted to feature the Stones entire set as part of its comprehensive coverage of the event, but the band only wanted four songs to be broadcast. The Sun reports both sides agreed to a one hour TV show. Organizer Michael Eavis tells the newspaper, “They’re all friends now.  They’re going to be playing for about an hour for the TV.”  Eavis hinted that Mick Jagger… Read more

  • Eagles Add November Dates to History of the Eagles Tour

    Eagles Add November Dates to History of the Eagles Tour

    Last month, The Eagles added a dozen October dates to the North American leg of their upcoming History of the Eagles tour and now the band has tacked on another 10 shows in November.  The newly announced series of concerts will kick off November 4 in Montreal and runs through a November 23 performance in Orlando, Florida. Most of the dates take place on the East Coast, and include a two-night stand, November 8-9, at Madison Square Garden in New York City as well as stops in Toronto and Miami. Tickets for all the U.S. dates go on sale to… Read more

  • LeBron James Leads Miami Heat to Second Straight NBA Title

    LeBron James Leads Miami Heat to Second Straight NBA Title

    (MIAMI) — LeBron James and the Miami Heat are on top of the world for the second straight year as the team repeated as NBA champions, beating the San Antonio Spurs in a decisive Game 7 Thursday night. James, 28, repeated as Finals MVP after he scored 37 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and took control of the game during the final minutes before ultimately prevailing over the Spurs in Miami, 95-88. The win capped off another stellar season in James’ already storied career.  He led Miami to a 66-18 regular season record and captured his fourth straight league MVP trophy…. Read more

  • Psychiatrist Needs More Time to Evaluate Alleged Movie Theater Shooter

    Psychiatrist Needs More Time to Evaluate Alleged Movie Theater Shooter

    (DENVER, Colo.) — The state mental hospital in Colorado says it needs more time to evaluate the alleged Aurora movie theater shooter who has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.   The judge had set a deadline of July 31 for the Colorado Mental Health Institute to complete its evaluation of alleged shooter James Holmes.  But the hospital says it needs until mid-September to give the psychiatrist in charge more time to review a massive amount of documents related to the case. The court has set a hearing for next week to talk about how that delay will affect the… Read more

  • The NSA’s Rules for Accidentally Spying on You: Report

    The NSA’s Rules for Accidentally Spying on You: Report

    (NEW YORK) — New secret documents published online Thursday lay out the ground rules for the shadowy National Security Agency when it comes to “inadvertently” spying on Americans, showing the U.S. government can use information it accidentally collects about its own citizens without a warrant. Published by the U.K. newspaper The Guardian, a pair of documents reportedly filed to the super-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court spell out first the steps the NSA takes to avoid spying on its own citizens individually — extensive protocols it calls “minimization” — and then what the agency must do with the information it… Read more

  • Suspects in Hollywood Walk of Fame Stabbing Each Held on $1 Million Bail

    Suspects in Hollywood Walk of Fame Stabbing Each Held on $1 Million Bail

    (LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles police said three panhandlers were each being held on $1 million bail in the fatal stabbing of a woman near the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Christine Calderon, 23, of Lynwood, Calif., was walking with a friend Tuesday evening near the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue when they saw three men panhandling and holding signs, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release. “The victim and her friend took photos of the men with their cellphones as they were holding their signs. A dispute ensued, and ultimately the victim was stabbed in… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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