CBS, Diane King Hall, Boston discussed on WBZ Morning News

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If you have any performance stock product that you purchased after July twenty second twenty nineteen you should throw it out CBS is Diane king hall well it may be fall but temperatures are certainly on a yo yo cold one day warm the next and we're hearing the annual complaint from teachers and students in Boston about the lack of air conditioning and many of the schools mayor Walsh has heard it before two thirds of our buildings are built before World War two and when a lot of the schools a bill that went to get recognition on the ship but they didn't I mean it was a different time in there too only thirty three of the city's one hundred. the five schools have air conditioning the teachers union says it's frustrated with what it calls a mayor's avoidance of the issue it was a shorter weekend for many of the sea port who got home later than usual Friday night protesters gathered in the heart of the afternoon rush on the Congress street bridge demanding action on climate change they call this a flood the seaport protest no arrests were made sixty seven people have a date in front of a judge after they were arrested at a protest outside of a coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire Saturday WBZ's Charlie Sherman with that story the activists were charged with trespassing on the grounds of the Merrimack station after more than two hundred protesters turned out for the rally and called for the coal fired plant to be shut down the protests came at the end of a week of climate demonstrations around the world calling for governments to do more to reduce carbon emissions the protest was organized by non profits such as three fifty New Hampshire rights and democracy New Hampshire youth movement and climate disobedience hydraulic Sherman WBZ Boston's newsradio shanks restaurant at the Halifax Country Club destroyed by fire last night fire crews got an automatic alarm around eleven o'clock and phone have the fire at the rear of the building and managed to hold it to the restaurant no one was injured and a hiker in Connecticut has quite a story to tell he was walking near lake is your Saturday when he was confronted by a black bear the bear knocked the man to the ground and then took off into the woods.

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