Yankees Closer Rivera Helps Save a Century-Old Church


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Yankees Closer Rivera Helps Save a Century-Old Church
New York Yankees closing pitcher Mariano Rivera, along with his fellow congregants from the Spanish-speaking church, Refugio de Esperanza, have agreed to fix up and buy a century-old church building in the city of New Rochelle, N.Y.
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Johnson’s shoulder fine, but timetable pushed back
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Terrell Owens, NFL Lockout, Ron Artest and Monday’s Top Sports Buzz
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Bessemer City Middle School honors top athletes
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