Listen: Quincy, Senator Ed Markey And Leeann Newnan discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Entering a new week. No end in sight, WBZ TV's lease aggression from Quincy workers from this Quincy. Stop and shop. Tell us on day five of the strike. They aren't done yet. Doing this. Old leeann Newnan feel she's dedicated most of her life to this Quincy stop and shop with fairly any voice left. She's among many who aren't ready to give up. They're all coming up on almost a week worth of not having to check. It's going to hurt a lot of people Senator Ed Markey stopped by. I think that it's critical for us to stand in solidarity. Stop and shop tells us it remains committed to finding a solution and these workers hoped that comes before the Easter holiday. Teno three, traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Steve what's happening? Well, Don downtown the Boston marathon isn't exactly over for everybody. So the finish line on boylston street remains closed for a few more hours. Elsewhere downtown lower deck lever connector Tobin bridge, all wide open and you're moving well to and from Logan airport on the Sumner. Callahan and Ted Williams tunnels. No trouble on the pike north of the city. Ninety three southbound X at forty four to four ninety five north is blocked for roadwork as his four ninety five northbound exit forty beat and ninety three north route three is clear naturally. Burlington. Route one moves freely as does one twenty eight south of town expressway tunnel to the split in both directions. Route three nothing in your way. Braintree to the Cape twenty four and ninety five or an easy ride down past four ninety five. And the Bourne bridge is down to one lane in both directions. For continued roadwork out west the pikes in good shape routes to a nine or no trouble. And no problem on the outer edge of four ninety five. This report is sponsored by compassion international. Right now this child living extreme poverty with no future. And no."