Beacon Hill, Boston, Ford discussed on WBZ Midday News

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Now 59 degrees in Arlington, 60 and and over 63 down and Avon and 59 Lots of sunshine in Boston at 12 55. Ford says its new electric van makes business sense. The e Transit will start it around $45,000, says Ford CEO Jim Farley and could reduce costs for fleet owners. Transit owners should save about 40% on operating costs tied to schedule maintenance versus a gas powered transit during each vehicle's lifetime fleets. Work great for evey is because they're predictable routes and predictable charging, and the growth and delivery services makes this an important business to be in We expect the global demand for full size fans will grow another third by the end of this decade, Bartley says. That could mean demand for more than a million commercial electric vehicles with the core Chronicles. I'm Jeff Gilbert, CBS near It's 12, 56 residents and one of Boston's historic neighborhoods, taking a rather dim view of tourists who have flocked in their district from many generations. It's attorney cobblestone, private way with fewer than a dozen brick homes. But Acorn Street has become a tempest in a teacup on Beacon Hill, where Boston Brahmins have ruled with a stiff upper lip. Since the 16 hundreds, frogs of camera toting tourists have turned the usually quiet passageway into the most photographed street of the instagram age. Now residents of the street want to erect wrought iron gates at either end to keep the outsiders out. William Young represents the Acorn Street Association opens that there will be some support for introducing an architecturally appropriate means of keeping Acorn Street from being loved to death. Not so fast, says Rob Whitney of the Beacon Hill Civic Association. Which represents the larger neighborhood of stately homes as a last possible resort. Closing this long known historic street would be a terrible precedent for Beacon Hill. The debate over what to do is just beginning. For now, The tourists have the freedom to roam. To the dis Vague of those who call this quaint, private way home on Beacon Hill. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio. The owl dubbed Rockefeller after he was found dehydrated and hungry in the branches of the Rockefeller Center. Christmas tree is now eating his way back to good health, Rockefeller said To be released back in the Wild Today, the Alameda 170 Mile journey in a tree from upstate New York and to Manhattan, the AL was taken to a wildlife center. In New York. Best wishes it is 12 57 Stay with us coming up next at one o'clock. Some new regulations are in place to help stop the spread of covert here in Massachusetts, and you can listen to us all day long on your smart speaker. Just say play WBC news radio on I Heart radio. Her video elves are at it again. Oh, I heard Christmas radio is better than ever. 100% Christmas favorites Commercial free falling on along..

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