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Nick Nicholas Jr's Path to HBO

Origins with James Andrew Miller

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Nick Nicholas Jr's Path to HBO

"I wish you could all somehow meet Nick Nicholas junior, and I wish there were more like them in the world. Nicholas was educated at Phillips Andover, Princeton, and Harvard Business school. But with all due respect to that trio of pedigrees, it's doubtful those places taught him as much as his father did. Nick's dad commanded two submarines during World War II. The salmon and the spike fish and was part of the gang known as the Nimitz boys after the great admiral. Nick's dad instilled in his son, a strong moral compass, and a keen work ethic. One of numerous reasons why Nick junior enjoyed such a spectacular rise at time Inc, all the way to the top. But before the powers gave him his own set of keys to the kingdom, IE the company. They sent him to HBO to further test the young stars operational capabilities. It was a challenge. Time Inc was on the verge of closing down HBO. It was in 1976, and my boss dick Monroe, Jake and I used to walk to the station at night. That is to Grand Central from time and life building. At high speed, a little cardio, and he broached the idea. He said, Nick, I'd like you to move to HBO and take over the management. He said things are going well, you know that. He had to lose in a lot of money. The company, meaning time make is going to continue to finance it. So I want you to replace Levin whenever you can do it.

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Apache Stronghold files appeal as Oak Flat land swap scheduled to take place in March

Native America Calling

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Apache Stronghold files appeal as Oak Flat land swap scheduled to take place in March

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzalez a prosecutor in northern california's going after five indigenous activists who toppled the statue of sarah last year in protest of the catholic mission systems. Founder they all face. Felony charges but community groups are calling for the charges to be dropped christina honest reports. They're called the indigenous peoples day five. The group of indigenous women and two spirit activists are charged with felony vandalism toppling. A statue of unique perot sarah on indigenous peoples day. Twenty twenty right out front of the mission san rafael in marin county california carina gold is leader of the confederated villages of luzon aloni one of the tribes and slaved into the mission system. Unique perot sarah founded. She's calling for the charges to be dropped. Our tribal people have been the objects of genocide here in california by the catholic church since the inception of california the hippo sarah. The statue that was taken down in october is a A symbol to california native people and to many other indigenous people about the genocide that happened on our lands when the catholic church. I came here despite the catholic churches history of genocide against native americans. Some of its members demanded. Marin county's district attorney at a hate crimes charge against the activists but more than fifty community groups and seventy five thousand petition signatories are demanding. The charges be dropped. Noting the nationwide reckoning with symbols of oppression. I'm christina honest reporting from san rafael california for national native news. A nonprofit advocating for the protection of oak flat. A sacred site in arizona is appealing a federal judges decision to not temporarily blocked the project that will turn the land into a copper mine and gibson from arizona. Public media has more than nonprofit apache stronghold is one of a few groups that sued to stop a congressionally mandated. Land swap of us forest service land which includes oak flat to resolution copper. A subsidiary of international copper company's attorney. Luca goodrich is representing apache stronghold in the appeal. He says the federal government plans to transfer the land on march. Eleventh of the government has actually destroying a centuries-old sacred site and making their religious practices. They're impossible and so. This is actually really an easy case. When it comes to finding a substantial burden on religious exercise their challenging the judge's order that said the land swap wouldn't be a substantial burden on the apache people's religious practice among other things. Goodrich says he expects the courts rule before the march deadline for national native news. I'm emma gibson. The national congress of american indians winter session kicks off this week. Which is being held virtually. Ncaa president fon sharp delivers the state of indian nations address. Monday tribal leaders throughout the week. We'll interact with federal officials white house representatives and us lawmakers tribal leaders are laying out priorities for the air and developing plans to work with the biden administration and congress cove in nineteen and the confirmation hearing for pollen for interior secretary are among top agenda items the likud ray-ban defoe gibb way in wisconsin is holding mass covid nineteen vaccination events planned for the next seven wins days the tribes clinic vaccinated more than two hundred community members at its first event last week. The vaccines are open to eligible tribal members. Eighteen years old andover. I'm antonio

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"andover" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"andover" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Theo Karin from the work and that is a grand and wanted up in more New Hampshire. And this is how a car show A 44 542 42 Limerick. Guy says every chance this rhino Parker gets to cancel something, including Thanksgiving. He's going to gobble it up. I would say we the biggest turkey in Massachusetts, the oven stuffer the butter ball, Charlie Parker. 978 says North Andover is red because of cases at Merrimack College. Yeah, they herald wrote about that yesterday. Merrimack College has got this cluster. But the ironic thing is the Merrimack College campus. It's it's it goes, it straddles and over and north and over, and the actual dorm where the cluster is is in Andover. But because the address of the college is north end over North Andover is getting blamed for all these cases. This is this is not science. This is just a monster. What's going on here? Five another five away. Now Charlie is depriving the supermarkets of their Thanksgiving windfall. No, everyone's gonna celebrate Thanksgiving. People love their border balls. This is ridiculous. Or Ryan Metal Exchange is the only precious metals company that I trust. Give them a call to get a free, no obligation investment guide about protecting your future with an enduring investment in gold and silver. You've got nothing to lose and everything to gain including.

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Boston - A racist robocall is making the rounds in North Andover during a state rep. race

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Boston - A racist robocall is making the rounds in North Andover during a state rep. race

"Call is backing a state state lawmaker lawmaker running running for for re re election. election. It's It's a a call call the the candidate candidate is is denouncing denouncing and and wants wants stopped. stopped. The The FBI FBI and and Attorney Attorney general general are are investigating investigating as W. B. C's sherry. Small reports, most candidates running for reelection welcome support for their campaign. But incumbent Democratic State lawmaker for the 18th Essex District Trump win says a racist robo call that circulating is urging people to vote for her. Neither will Nor the Massachusetts Democratic Party authorized or endorse the call. According from them, it's a black white people means black laces. Thank goodness why people will be a minority in a few years. Some constituents in her district forwarded her the recordings of the calls, she says it was disturbing to listen to when we have a message like that, that's so divisive. Trouble us and really doesn't reflect the values of the people of this district. Sherry Small W B Z Boston's news radio.

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State labor board rules Andover teachers participated in illegal strike, Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

State labor board rules Andover teachers participated in illegal strike, Boston

"When teachers refused to enter a school build building and instead work from a parking lot. One of the state's largest teachers unions disagrees. W B C's Karen Regal has very late. The best teacher associations. Marina Jimmy says all and over. Teachers want his information on the condition of Andover school buildings. Things like ventilation and windows. She says. The refusal to enter buildings was not a strike. That hitter showed up in the parking lot with their laptop. They were connected online. They did their work in some school, The principal came out to the Schoolyards, and they conducted their faculty meetings. That's work. That's not a strike. Speaking at his covert 19 briefing, governor Charlie Baker said he thinks teaching and otherwise empty buildings is okay isn't appropriate decision. Jimmy says teachers across the state will continue to advocate for safer conditions. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's news radio schools in Hartford are finally open

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State labor board rules Andover teachers participated in illegal strike, Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

State labor board rules Andover teachers participated in illegal strike, Boston

"Refusing to head inside at the start of the school year. And they're now being told by the state. Their actions are illegal. It was last week when and over teachers refused to enter buildings during professional days before the start of the school year, citing concerns over covert 19 that drew the ire of the end over school committee who took legal action with the Labor relations Board, and they've now ruled their actions were unlawful and they've been told to desist any sort of similar behavior. In Massachusetts. Any sort of public sector union strike is considered illegal and refusal to not enter school buildings falling into that category. According to the state. This ruling could be setting a precedent as other school districts and teachers unions have considered similar actions. Jim McKay W B Z Boston's news radio report from Harvard Law School finds in Massachusetts, Black and Latino defendants are more

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Boston - Gov. Baker ends state of emergency issued in 2018 for the Merrimack Valley gas explosions

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Gov. Baker ends state of emergency issued in 2018 for the Merrimack Valley gas explosions

"Nearly two years since the Merrimack Valley Gas explosions. Governor Baker declared a state of emergency in that region and his W. B C's Karen Regal tells us that was just recently lifted. For almost two years, Lawrence and over and North Andover have existed in the state of emergency terminated just recently by the Baker administration. It was time to do so, says state Senator Barry Feingold. We don't need to be in a state of emergency. However, there's still some businesses that have not Received settlement dollars on there's a large 100 million out of puff settlement of that many people have seen relief that there's some businesses and some members of the community that have not. Feingold says he hopes federal covert help comes in for the Merrimack Valley and everywhere else because these communities just got knocked down. Just as they were starting to get back up.

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‘Illegal Work Stoppage’: Andover, Boston, Takes Action To Get Teachers Into Classrooms

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

‘Illegal Work Stoppage’: Andover, Boston, Takes Action To Get Teachers Into Classrooms

"To the classroom after refusing to go inside yesterday. Matthew Baka, history teacher at Andover High School and president of the Teacher's Union, is not pleased with what he saw in the building. Today, there's still leaving. There are spaces that we're not even sure I should be used because there's no Windows no air flow now, H fact working. Apparently last night, the union voted no confidence in there, Superintendent who thinks that teachers missed an opportunity to go over safety protocols. Bach disagrees for them to say that something was missed. Other than traffic patterns, which is the only thing that we've been instructed on so far today is really disingenuous. School administration claims that the teachers actions are considered on illegal work stoppage under Massachusetts law. Match your W B z

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Andover, Boston, Votes To Authorize Legal Action Against Teachers Who Refuse To Enter Schools

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Andover, Boston, Votes To Authorize Legal Action Against Teachers Who Refuse To Enter Schools

"This half hour in Andover with a conflict between school administrators and the teachers. Now the school system and hand over Was supposed to start the year with a hybrid learning model. Teachers were supposed to be in the building's today, but they say the teachers never showed up. Now. The Andover school committee is actually considering legal action. The teachers union says it is not safe going inside those buildings. They're pushing to start remotely, with a phased in approach. Now, the town school committee is meeting for an executive session at 4 33 hours from now to discuss options for potential litigation in Andover.

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Boston Students Move Back To Campus With Pandemic Precautions and Extra Costs

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Students Move Back To Campus With Pandemic Precautions and Extra Costs

"Families are complaining that colleges and universities Are not offering discounts for students to take classes online, and now we're learning that some colleges, including at least one here in Massachusetts, is actually charging extra for students returning to campus Merrimack College in North Andover has announced that returning students will have to pay a $475 Covad mitigation fee each semester. The college requires in person students to test negative before they could move in and will conduct test every week using a college testing plan offered by the Broad Institute and enmity in Cambridge. The college says that it cannot absorb the extra cost of the tests and other covert 19 precautions. Other colleges have announced fees that very to cover the cost of the tests and other steps to prevent an outbreak. In some cases, students may be able to receive reimbursement from college health plans for the cost of the tests. Heart. Cohen

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their first round playoff series with the Hurricanes tonight in Toronto and Chase another championship. Patriots receiver Julian Edelman knows a thing or two about winning titles. Adelman's in training camp with new quarterback Cam Newton and no. Newton's never won a Super Bowl, but he's no slouch either is a football player. This isn't his No first year playing football. This guy's a former MVP is playing a lot of big game, so I have a lot of faith in our cause. Shin stuff, along with some of the veteran players to go out and do our best to try to prepare. Now we got a long road ahead of us. But if we just keep on being a hard hat, lunch fieldwork coming in here with a purpose, it's usually when good things happen, Edelman said. There's no looking back after his buddy Tom Brady, elected to bolt for the Buccaneers and free agency as settlement, said the train keeps moving, just like a will whenever he's gone. Adam Kaufman doubly BZ Boston's news radio. Thiss traffic moving. Let's find out 10 43. Kevin's back with a Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three. Alright, Laurie removing much better here on Route three North bound through that Bedford stretch earlier crash after 1 28 has cleared away and all the residual delays of eased out as well. So now you're looking good on that ramp is well from 1 28 south to Route three North bound Everything's wide open, as well as 93 North bound delays of eased out quite nicely getting up through Roosevelt Circle in Medford after clearing that earlier crash before spot upon upon 4 95 North bound, We still got over two miles to stop and go traffic here out of took Sperry getting up to road work taking out Elaine here before Route 93 that and overstretched so again for 95 North tied up. Getting into the roadwork before 93. Here in Andover, Looking pretty good downtown south of town that expressway South bound. You got some pretty heavy brake lights here from Columbia Road down through Savin Hill wants it clear that though you're looking pretty good down the Braintree over on 1 28 north bound earlier crash after Rue one is long gone now, But you got some residual delays down by university Avid Westwood from that crash. We're heading down on Route six. Eastbound roadwork has pockets of slowdowns here from exit one on overto exit for.

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Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia

Retirement Road Map

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia

"Who faked his own death to get out of covert related fraud charges. Charges has been arrested in Georgia. W busies Medicine Rogers with the details the latest development in a months long story, federal officials say. David Staveley was arrested in Alfa Rhetta, Georgia on Thursday, and he's back in custody back in May and over. Entrepreneur David Staveley, also known as Kurt de Sanborn, was charged after trying to fraudulently claimed close to $450,000 in paycheck protection program money. He was released on house arrest Later that month, he removed his GPS monitor disappeared. Became a federal fugitive. In June. His car was found on a beach in Quincy with a suicide note inside, but it was determined he faked his death. And now US marshals have tracked down Staveley, who was living in Georgia under a false identity. He's now being held by federal authorities in Atlanta. Madison Rogers

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Students who attended Boston's North Andover High sports clinic notified of possible exposure to COVID-19

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Students who attended Boston's North Andover High sports clinic notified of possible exposure to COVID-19

"School of Health officials rewarding student athletes who attended a recent sports clinic in North Andover High School that they may have been exposed to covert 19. The Eagle Tribune reports that the school's superintendent and the town Health Department Notified students who attended the clinic about potential exposure after someone involved in that program tested positive. The paper reports. Those who have been in close contact were contacted by the Board of

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is going to get hot as you heard there at ninety degrees by the end of the week that high humidity on the weekend as he mentioned but beach weather is here and did you know that Saturday the summer solstice summer arrives so that's kind of nice to look forward to is a death or a basketball is coming back to something else that's a good that's coming back the NBA said to restart its season next month let's go to Orlando with a look of what players can expect the NBA plan has teams in virtual quarantine to Disney world nobody will be allowed to visit anyone else's hotel room teams can practice for three hours at a time with an hour in between for cleaning medically there will be X. ray and MRI machines on the Disney campus doctors and mental health professionals to a small number of covert cases would not cancel the season commissioner Adam silver says any player who doesn't feel comfortable doesn't have to play but he won't get paid Peter king CBS news Orlando and on the ring central news line this hour north Andover holds an historic town meeting a football field speakers a stage you could tell gate at this town meeting except that well it might be unseemly we're able to legally commence our bellwether experience at town meeting in north Andover our first alfresco town meeting since sixteen forty six town moderator mark da Silva opens the meeting the first held outside since the town's founding chairs are placed eight three depart why fight noted across the field and town meeting members like Gregory say the business of government must go one well you have no choice tell the truth in north Andover Kaman regal WBZ Boston news radio the news at three next with them Parker the I heart radio apps now has over three hundred thousand of the best podcasts from around the globe making us number one for podcasts but making it super easy for you to find what you're looking for dive into just.

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Man accused of PPP loan fraud cuts off GPS, disappears

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Man accused of PPP loan fraud cuts off GPS, disappears

"Where federal authorities say in Andover businessman charged last month with fraudulently seeking hundreds of thousand dollars in stimulus money meant for small businesses struggling during the pandemic has now gone missing according to the U. S. attorney's office David Staveley has cut off his GPS monitoring device has now disappeared and there's a warrant out for his arrest the original charges on may twenty seventh also involved a man from Rhode Island they are accused of claiming they needed to pay employees of businesses affected by the virus crisis when in reality their businesses were not operating before the pandemic

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"andover" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"And yeah on the newspaper while keeping what was the story on it do they know where it was from at least do not where it was from how it got there is it possible is it possible this is the same monkey Beverly I was wondering hello he won several years we had a real problem with flying squirrels getting into the house one point five I tried once again I'm trying through the living room and dining room and enjoy a daughter's bedroom and we finally caught it at the bottom of the glass go on those things are not fun Beverly at all I'm not the guy before he can go airborne I'm not really interested in even birds I don't want birds in my house ever but client squirrels are not they're fun to watch videos on there not that they're not fun to see up close because they can come right at you yeah I mean this one we changed it everywhere we wound up having them for several years and we weren't we weren't can handle only work down in Raytheon in Andover and my husband would catch them and bring them down to let them loosen and older so I was waiting for the news to be that being over run by flying squirrel that's always a good thing to like in some cases you don't want to you know want to kill the animal obviously but where do you decide where to dump it off like we did doesn't mean my dad did when we had problems with squirrels in our backyard we catch him and go wireless we well that's right but someone's living in it over going.

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Fire Completely Destroys House In North Andover, Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Fire Completely Destroys House In North Andover, Boston

"Radio two homes destroyed by fire this weekend the first in north Andover where firefighters got the call yesterday afternoon the house on castle near place was ruled a total loss there were no injuries because of the fire is being investigated and that around three thirty yesterday morning an uber driver spotted a vacant house on fire on throw bridge circuit in Worcester firefighters say by the time they arrived the home was fully engulfed the fire was so intense it was threatening a house next door the vacant home was destroyed but firefighters were able to save the neighboring home no one was injured in that fire as well the calls is also being

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Nearly 40% of New Jersey’s Covid-19 Deaths Were at Nursing Homes

Mac and Gaydos

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Nearly 40% of New Jersey’s Covid-19 Deaths Were at Nursing Homes

"And in New Jersey nursing home deaths account for forty percent of all the states deaths from coronavirus folks out there have loved ones and they're upset about this we don't blame you governor Phil Murphy took particular aim at the state's largest nursing home Andover sub acute and rehabilitation center where seventeen bodies were discovered in a storage unit you've got some folks who are doing what they need to do or should be doing I mean this end over thing is a complete outrage the state is now investigating the owner said staffing levels are

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Police find 17 bodies at New Jersey nursing home after anonymous tip

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Police find 17 bodies at New Jersey nursing home after anonymous tip

"An extraordinary number of deaths over the weekend overwhelmed a nursing home in northern New Jersey where news reports say police responding to an anonymous tip found more than a dozen bodies five bodies were found Sunday thirteen more found Monday at the end over sub acute and rehabilitation center in Andover township New

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Why Is The Coronavirus So Good At Spreading?

Short Wave

09:06 min | 2 years ago

Why Is The Coronavirus So Good At Spreading?

"As we at the top of all of our corona virus episodes. We are learning a lot about this virus. Really fast the information in this episode is what we have learned as of our recording on Monday march twenty third and what we know will probably change a group okay. So the corona virus that's causing this pandemic is part of a larger group. Or family of Corona viruses. So some causes the common cold. There are famous ones like murderers and SARS but only this one has caused a pandemic. So let's talk about why that might be so if you look at the structure of the virus we see certain clues about why it's behaving in such an extreme way. So all corona viruses. This one is basically a bowl with some spikes sticking out of it. Those spikes or what? The virus uses to launch an infection. They bind to a protein called ace to which sits on the surface of ourselves. And this binding like a key fitting into a lock is the first stage of any infection. Now if we compare the shape of the spike protein on this new corona virus to that of say the original source. Fire some two thousand three. We see it sticks to the ace to protein much more tightly much more strongly and that is likely to influence the course of infections in very broad terms the stronger the stick the lesser virus. You probably need to actually start an infection. And that's really important because if you if it doesn't take as much virus to start an infection it's easier to transmit the virus from person to person. It's what we call an infectious dose. That's right so basically. This virus is stickier than the virus that caused SARS. That's right this virus is better at recognizing an latching onto human cells. Yeah we think in your piece you suggested that some of the virologist that study these families of viruses have started calling the SARS virus SARS classic. Which is it's kind of delightful in a way. It is a moment of light light comic relief in the middle of this horrific catastrophe. I think that because this new virus has been cold saws covy too and the original virus. The sauce from two thousand three is technically cold saws. Covy it's very difficult to talk about the two of them without getting confused and without muddling which solid you're talking about so yeah villages have found all kinds of hilariously colloquial work arounds calling the the first virus original saws are saws classic as if it was some kind of Soda Saws Right. And as we know the sodas get worse and worse as more of them get produced is how I feel so many levels. Okay so those spikes that the viruses used to attach to ourselves. Those spikes have to be activated and that activation happens more readily in this corona virus then the classic SARS or starts classic virus. It seems that way so The spike consists of two halls. Which must first be split apart for the virus to begin infecting a cell and that split happens with some difficulty with SARS classic but it seems to occur more readily with this new virus Because of the two halls can be separated by an enzyme called fewer in which is quite widespread in the human body right so much like an avocado that spike protein is really only ready to do its job. What's it's split in half and this corona virus can make use of protein in our body that is you know our bodies already naturally producing yes and make that cut for correct and thanks for ruining Avocados for me. Okay so basically that split seems to be happening easier in this corona virus then in the SARS coronavirus and that split is really important to activating the infection process correct. You also wrote about how this plays into a potential reason why the virus can spread between people before symptoms. Show Up. Talk to me about that. Right so in most respiratory viruses. You get infections in the. Upper Airways in which case symptoms of mild about the virus spreads more easily or you get infections in the Lower Airways in which case symptoms are more severe like pneumonia but the virus is harder to transmit. It seems that the new corona virus can infect both sites so perhaps it infects the Upper Airways causing mild symptoms and spreading easily before moving down into the lower airways and causing some of the more severe illnesses. We've seen in the worst covert nineteen cases. And maybe the reason it can do all those things is that it relies on this fear an enzyme which is found in lots of different tissue now. Of course. This is still conjecture. It's kind of if you look at it. It's a plausible story. It it makes sense checks out but it could also be completely wrong. Yeah this is actually kind of you know newer data. That's kind of interesting because I think initially we thought you know the majority of that infection is in the lower respiratory system right. That's very similar to SARS or the classic stars and now we're starting to get maybe some data that shows that that upper respiratory tract can be infected too. But like you said this is this is pretty preliminary stuff right. I keep reminding myself. This is a bias that no one knew about So we're really racing to understand it Even while we're also trying to control it absolutely absolutely. So let's talk about the animal origins of this virus. What we know now is potentially that the closest wild relative of this virus is found in bats. Is that right? Yeah that's right so there are millions perhaps billions of corona viruses out there another animals and all the ones that scientists have found so far. The one that most closely resembles ause covy to is one that is found in Bat. So it's likely that the virus originated in some kind of bat and eventually hopped into humans either directly or via andover intermediate species right and so that jump from an animal to us. There's there's a difference in what happened with this virus we think versus what happened with the original SARS virus. Is that correct. That's right yeah. One of virus enters new host. There's often a brief period of Acclamation a little span of time when it's mutating a baton and finding ways of better existing within that new type of body and that's what we saw with SARS classic. It took a little while before the virus became very good at infecting humans and doesn't seem to be the case with this new corona virus. It seems to have been a really good human pathogen right off the bat. Yeah so to speak. Yeah so basically SARS had to take another step before it was good and infecting us and regardless of where this virus came from as soon as it got into us it seems to be just kind of great at infecting human. It just seems like it was good to go from the off okay. So let's talk a little bit about you know the seasonality potentially of this virus. So what did the experts that you talk to say about? Whether or not. This outbreak will let up soon with the change of the seasons. So it's really hard to say and there are actually several papers out there now that seemed to come to differing conclusions about the seasonally questions. In general krona viruses do tend to infect people in the winter and they disappear in the summer because it's hotter and more humid. Now it's possible that this new corona virus will also behave in the same way and a lot of the people. I spoke to felt that sees a malady. Was Likely the problem is that the virus is now spreading through a global population of people who had no pre existing immunity to it. And it's just moving really easily from one person to another -nother the speed at which it's moving might be a little slower come The spring or summer but not enough to curtail the spread of the pandemic on its own One epidemiologist explained to me like this. It's as if the world is just full of tender and you've got this gigantic wildfire that's blazing through and hoping that seasonally will help is a bit like hoping that light rain is going to douse it. It might make it a little weaker but that fire still going to blaze

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"andover" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on AP News

"Starting up and shutting down gas pipelines the explosions were in Lawrence Andover and north Andover Massachusetts one man died when a chimney collapsed on his vehicle in the driveway of a friend's house at least twenty four people were killed in three days of clashes in New Delhi that coincided with president trump's first state visit to India number of dead is expected to rise Hindu mobs and Muslims were protesting a new citizenship law in India that included major faiths accept Islam I'm a Donahue AP news health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are says corona virus is coming we fully expect we will see more cases here in the United States as president trump defends his administration's response to corona virus lawmakers want more money the AP soccer Madani is at the White House administrations made urgent request for two and a half a billion dollars it's at levels I think were appropriate but lawmakers on both sides are telling health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar if that's not enough we will put together a supplemental that will address this issue of Connecticut's Rosa DeLauro chairs a panel that sets health agency spending top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer is calling for eight and a half a billion dollars more than triple the administration request president trump says he'll have a news conference today after being briefed by health officials Sager mag on me at the White House after big gains on Wall Street earlier the Dow Jones industrials have been down the first corona virus case in Latin America has been reported in Brazil South Carolina Jim Clyburn the highest ranking black member of Congress is endorsing Joe Biden for president people why but they're looking for some hope some reassurance some notion but I can take care of my family Bernie Sanders spoke at a minister's breakfast in South Carolina where we stand together we make a profound change in South Carolina primary is Saturday a federal appeals court says the winner take all system in Texas that used to assign electoral college presidential votes is unconstitutional a federal appeals court is siding with the trump administration in a fight over sanctuary city grant money the court in New York ruled the trump administration can withhold millions of dollars in law enforcement grants for states to cooperate with immigration enforcement the ruling conflicts with decisions from three other federal appeals courts this is APNews Columbia gas of Massachusetts will pay the largest criminal fine ever imposed for breaking a federal pipeline safety lock fifty three million dollars and plead guilty to causing a series of natural gas explosions in twenty eighteen Andrew Lelling is the local U. S. attorney we're here because this investigation found that Columbia gas through a pattern of flagrant indifference in the face of extreme risks to life and property knowingly violated minimum safety standards for starting up and shutting down gas pipelines the explosions were in Lawrence Andover and north Andover Massachusetts one man died when a chimney collapsed on his vehicle in the driveway of a friend's house at least twenty four people were killed in three days of clashes in New Delhi that coincided with president trump's first state visit to India number of dead is expected to rise Hindu mobs and Muslims were protesting a new citizenship law in India that included major faith accept Islam I'm a Donahue AP news thank you for listening to the AP radio network for news on the go Friday eight P. mobile app to get breaking US.

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Boston: Carjacking Suspect Dead in Officer-Involved Shooting in Newbury

Jay Talking

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Carjacking Suspect Dead in Officer-Involved Shooting in Newbury

"A suspected carjacker shot to death by mass state police the man allegedly stole a beyond view it knife point from a dealership in Nashua and stabbed an employee police tracked the suspect to the prime gas station on central street in Newbury where the suspect allegedly ram to police cruisers before police shot him please only would say he's a thirty one year old man and believe he was involved in a carjacking in bowl but WBZ TV is I team has identified him as Thomas Murray of north Andover No officers were

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Under Armour Says Sales Will Fall in 2020

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Under Armour Says Sales Will Fall in 2020

"All right Jeff clay well what you got John under armor stock just dove seventeen present today after Warren sales may fall this year profits may be flat Andover armor under armors as it may restructure under armor says the corona virus outbreak in China alone will cost at sixty million dollars in sales just this quarter it may also scrapped plans for a huge flagship store in

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two in Arlington thirty in Andover thirty five degrees in Avon is one fifty five on the ring central news line it's one thing to have a package stolen from your doorstep but it's rare to see the thief thank you for it that's exactly what happened to Hillary Smith of Saint Paul Minnesota she said she found a letter from a porch pirate thanking her for the opportunity to steal her packet do appreciate a nicely crafted thank you now but this is ridiculous and I was angry and confused and quite Flagler flabbergasted that somebody would actually leave a thank you note when they steal a package police recommend using a lock box or having packages delivered to your work both those moves could protect you from ports pirates and if it does happen to you it's suggested that you file a police report immediately a secret Santa gave a much desired gift to a military veteran who'd fallen on some hard times Air Force veteran Stephen Elkins wanted to travel from Idaho to Alabama at all to see his son graduate from air university to be commissioned as an airforce officer but the trip it just cost too much Elkins had been battling cancer and was seeing his medical bills grow but then a secret Santa into the picture someone gave Elkins the cash as a gift and he was able to make the trip to watch his son be commissioned well coming up we are watching a snowstorm it's headed our way and it's headed here faster gonna want to know when it hits it will definitely affect most likely affect your more early morning commute Laurie Kirby up with all the details you need to know and in addition to that the man accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend last week in Hudson goes before a judge it's all.

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"andover" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This other guy kept in Andover meditation thing that he wants to write books so I said sense well bring him in and we'll we'll try to bring in true with hypnosis and see if this is real I really didn't think it was real I thought I was being pranked by my friends at the university was about ready to graduate okay it just seems like the one that's logical let's logical to think that would happen yeah it took awhile for me to believe so she came in the next week and we briefly gave her some inductions with an end toward bringing through whatever the it was it was talking through her to her and in a matter of seconds of her eyes popped open and she said in this sort of got a role for is I'm here US for me I'm here and I said to us in these yes mark that kind of startled me while how does he know who I am and so I've started asking some confirming questions that only self would know stuff that I knew from researching Jane Roberts primarily around her health why did she have to pass away at an early age in her fifties he said well she was a smoker mark she wouldn't stop and I warned her many times and that sort of blew me away it seems like a logical answer sure but still I thought boy this is an elaborate prank this is very well done who's ever doing that is doing a great job right I thought the guys in the psychology department we're pushing this thing.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ how do you do open lines anything we talk about is fine it was great to talk to Anthony in Andover and a couple of other new folks pollen bill Recca Chelsea all love hearing that what's going on with the storm where you are little bit of a low now I think it's going to ramp up in about an hour and a half that's me in some areas I'd like to have you keep track of road conditions any problems and he's denounce any clogged drains any ice any dangers and the observation six one seven two five or ten thirty hello guys and gals motorists it's all good I saw this today almost half of Americans working low wage jobs are you one we percent of the the jobless rate is low percentile wise but it turns out that almost half US workers between eighteen and sixty four are employed by low wage jobs in low wage jobs and by low wage were talking ten Bucks an hour I don't think I would work for ten Bucks an hour I mean I suppose I have to you know I'm ID actually panhandle I don't know or sell something or or tell jokes on the street corner I don't know ten Bucks an hour come on four hundred dollars a week how is that possible in a rent is insane here I don't see how anyone could do it do you live in a I do work in a low low wage job how do you do it when he.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Was there she joins us now live Karen what do they have to say well there you are talking about the phase two of the recovery project in that largely refers to replacing all appliances in homes that were damaged or destroyed after the Merrimack valley gas explosions the anniversary of that just about a month away at this point we're talking about stoves were talking about heating appliances any gas appliances we're talking about green areas like ones that may have been destroyed or some common areas the Columbia gas agreed to restore the company says those areas have been in those things have largely been fixed or replaced and if those have not been done the reason why is because of the new CEO of Columbia gas of Massachusetts mark come back says it's because birds are nesting in chimneys and they simply can't get to them until those birds decided to leave that's the rule in Massachusetts what is not covered under this phase two is a local roads are all your call the Columbia gas of late agreed to pay the three towns involved Lawrence Andover north Andover a lot of money so they could re pave the roads themselves a large dent repair or your member was very vocal about not trusting the company to do it so he wants to do with themselves I recently spoke to the end over town manager for a one year anniversary will be writing that on September thirteenth that town is going to be doing fourteen years worth of work in four years with the money the settlement they got from Columbia gas a lot more coming up as the afternoon goes on to call forty from Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio all right thank you very much Karen it's ten OO seven on the north shore now young couples being praised for saving a man's life every filter in aging peer the couple described to be in their late teens didn't hesitate to help the man here at the lan fishing pier fifty five year old fisherman didn't know how to swim neither did the young man.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Andover WBZ's Kristin knack is overhead and the mockery insurance copter Kristin what do you see happened shortly before five o'clock this morning a vehicle that was traveling north on the four ninety five flew off the highway demolish the guard rail and now it's sitting here in the grass on the right hand side of the road when we first arrived the entire road all time was shut down they do have the left and center lanes now squeezing by but this investigation will be going on for quite some time reporting live over four ninety five and over Chris took out of the box for a insurance copter some taxpayer money is being used to settle claims of harassment but how much WBZ's Carl Stevens reports to lawmakers on Beacon Hill are trying to find out state senator Dianne it is ugly old and state Rep Alice insolvency nondisclosure agreements are protecting powerful abusers who work for the state they want the auditor's office to look at how much settlement money has been paid out this is representative Sullivan we're simply requesting that the report be prepared identifying by year by branch by agency the amount of taxpayer funds that have been used to defend pay and settle claims and the public sector they're not asking any names be disclosed just the amount of taxpayer funded settlement money that's been paid out over a minimum of the past five years from the statehouse Carl Stevens WBC Boston's newsradio some heroism from north of the border and eight year old boy pulled underwater by the strong under tow it horseback beach in Westport is saved by beach goer visiting from Canada witnesses say the boy was forced below the water several times that's where Gabriel Roy vacationing from Quebec with his girlfriend sprang into action to rescue the child the boy did not lose consciousness and was alert when he was transferred to a nearby hospital lawmakers want their say on the just announced settlement between Columbia gas and those taking part in a class action lawsuit WBZ's cara regal reports there are a couple holes in Andover downtown including a delayed wine bar that was supposed to open in time for the holidays last year it didn't do the Columbia gas explosions and overstate sender very fine gold says it's a pourtant for everyone to realize the events that started September thirteenth twenty eighteen aren't over until everyone is made whole many residents were complicated by Columbia gas out but there are those who are still hurting and I I feel that that is where the money that should go to so the way they dealt a little bit and be in the details it's not just end over of course it's not just businesses homes were lost people had to evacuate and business is tiny in large were affected in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio we caught up with governor Charlie Baker yesterday and got his reaction to the settlement look I don't think anything ever can really be fair to a community where so many people lost family members lost homes lost livelihoods but I do know that that community the family lost their sons and their brother was well represented in their discussions.

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"andover" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"All the north Andover mass this is Lana in Lexington Massachusetts this is Lauren Augusta Maine and this was the Holly cars Hey welcome back in it's Jeff deal filling in for the great how we Kerr how we as you may know is down in Weymouth increasing ten the restaurant he the mail room manager and grace are having dinner with very lucky listeners Patton Kim who showed up there there from nor well he's probably into his fifth bread roll right now I if they're free well I thought he'd be in the Klan's right at its fried clams by now at some point I mean maybe as an entree and appetite is gonna pay for those the bread on the table and nobody gonna pay for that's right but I think how is willing to pay for it fried clams anytime so that's it anyway I'm filling in for how he for the final hour of today's show I hope you get a great weekend ahead of you I've got Taylor in Brandon helping me here in studio doing a great job as usual and if you want to call in eight four four five hundred forty two forty two is the number I look forward to talking to you shortly I do want to get on the line of somebody who has been working across the country really and on an issue that's important is actually looking at Massachusetts as a place to do some work here you know him as John partner the man who actually recruited and help get elect a congressman Brad who unseated Eric cantor so John punter welcome to the line thanks for having me Hey thanks for thanks for joining us John and I have been talking a little bit about what his organization does John what's the name of of the group that you've started AJ take back our Republic or take back dot or just the first two words online okay so people want to go to a website take back dot org O. R. G. is the the place to go and and so take back our Republic the the thinking behind creating this group from what I understand it's it's supposed to be a bipartisan you know sort of effort to push issues that are important for the American citizens and in this case ironically you're talking about in Massachusetts trying to fight gerrymandering I'm I'm sorry redistricting that happens here and of course in Massachusetts we have all Democrats in our congressional delegation and for some reason a lot of our congressional districts seem to work their way into Suffolk County or Boston so is that a mistake or some sort of error in judgment of what's going on there though it is always been gerrymandering as you know that actually started not too far from where you're sitting but help me help me out here he the governor former governor of Massachusetts in eighteen twelve created a Boston district in the shape of a salamander and that's really they came up with that hybrid of Jerry Mander gerrymandering that's right what they didn't have a sophisticated computers back then they could draw districts that went down rom water way so that you literally couldn't get from one end of your district the other without a boat and hours of time so that's what we're looking at and what we came out and said it was amazing the hysterical response in the left when we talk about actually reforming redistricting in Massachusetts the the fact that we actually think about a blue state to talk about doing this then because I think they're a couple of good models that are emerging one that was passed in Ohio last year that we worked on one in Michigan and it and there are ways that this this could be done to let people live closer to the representatives to not put all the power in the elected to pick their voters are suppose the other way around so yeah we we want to say Hey let's call a spade a spade if you want this in red states with red legislatures in Massachusetts to be a good example and they should do the same thing has been done a couple of red states to to open up that process and make it more about the voters and not maximizing a party so John hold on a second Barney Frank was congressman he covered a district that went from Brookline down to new Bedford you're saying that new Bedford voters may have you know with the fishing industry there might have a different opinion of what's important than people from Brookline you've got to be kidding me absolutely you know that the community of interest and concise district maybe these are all things we can do compact districts yeah that that and of course part of it's just incumbent protection if you spread out your voters far enough to make it hard for anyone ever challenge you in in the challenge I'd say is look we passed to good models last year so why they'll never give up power Massachusetts well in Ohio the state Republican Party instead and Republicans came up with a power sharing or signed off on one that was proposed where at least there's minority party representation the dark drawing maps which means they are just drawn out of DC with no input from the state people purely maximizing party boats a dollar about you put a few Republicans on the committee in Ohio all they could do with object but if you didn't get any Republican or in that case democratic sign on you only got maps for four years so just a little step there to include others is so that when there's a a ridiculous districting say okay we're all going to object to that so you only get your map for four years to really well I come back and do that for years so that's probably the smallest of board but even that would be an advance when others Supreme Court recently ruled on obviously the it's the right of the state to do what they want to do as far as redistricting but what you're trying to do is say Hey look if if we're gonna have a national complaint by the Democratic Party about Republican states that are redistricting how bout you offer up a state like your own like Massachusetts which clearly uses the lines to make sure that it's incumbent protection like you said by the way we also have late primaries in Massachusetts basically after primary there's only two months between that day and the election day to try to turn around and then you know go ahead and try to beat the incumbent so that makes it very difficult but obviously the the redistricting you felt it feeling Massachusetts might make a better democracy in our state it is and I think yelled leaders could take a real step here and say no we're trying to be fair we're trying to be consistent and you know the other state that we pass something in was actual nonpartisan commissions in Michigan which would actually be an even better standard for Michigan so the Ohio standard shooting low having a non partisan commission and there are legitimate concerns on is a non partisan commission really nonpartisan how do you go about it but in Michigan now it's basically jury selection either party can object to anyone being put on that commission so you end up with an actual body that I think can be nonpartisan certainly more so than just the party so you know either of these models would help the state would help voters be better represented be closer to their actual lectin officials and that and and I think you're right there on the reforms are certainly moving the primary date up having run primaries for years yeah another good one the other others out there and I think this is one of several John I'm I'm looking forward to hearing more from you because I think this is an issue with legs and I'm at the scene you know what I can do to help out if you decide to come to Massachusetts so John thanks for joining us on this is Jeff this is how we Kerr cold springs RV is not your average dealer it's a destination all things camping sitting on two hundred acres in where New Hampshire is the cold springs camp.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Andover's new million dollar ladder truck fire chief Michael Mansfield says the department got the truck and turned around to see if she'd fit under the very low horn bridge on central street I run to see if the truck to treatment and so then we notified screening fracturing the situation started taking some other additional measurements and found out that the measurements that we had did not meet the actual specification the truck goes back to the manufacturer now it'll be fixed at no cost and over that she points out most fire trucks aren't one size fits all what works on a large street may not work in Andover as for example in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio three thirty three it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is here's my king I thank Jim boy were shaping up for a busy Monday rush here one twenty eight north bound crawling from winter street in Waltham up into Lexington and more break let's from when street up to ninety three south bound stuff route to back into wall them we got delays leaving the city on ninety three from the second bridge approachable circle and from route one twenty five a past Ascham road route one north all brake lights getting by route sixty in revere really not too bad farther north down down your lowered expect there would park the Tobin bridge I'll bounce back on which loop ramp the lever connectors all filled in store drive east is back near the Longfellow bridge the Ted Williams tunnel westbound backed up so were those connector tunnels do all west of the city the mass pike seeing delays past Newton corner and out after one twenty eight on the expressway south just crawling out of the tunnel down toward South Bay now you're back in it by Squantum street north down we'll call it slow going furnace brook parkway I passed the ponds at circle and then coming up towards the tunnel one twenty eight south slow from highland have down to Dedham and ninety three is tied up both directions getting to route twenty four king WBZ's traffic on the three now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast starting off the week on the right foot when it comes to that whether tons of blue sky out there throughout the entire day today up to a high of eighty.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Affects the night you know some people I I'm not sure that it's not going to be opened so some of the last cars in the streets are are fixed more importantly so people feel that they have been made whole this is the biggest problem still going on is the claims process he says many businesses still have not received one hundred percent of money Columbia gas owes them forty here in north Andover Gerry broke the the seniors minutes seriously injured while waiting for a bus on the Lynn way this afternoon when a car veered off the road and hit the bus stop at Harding street in Lynn WBZ TV's Honoratus Rodriguez reports from land the impact the woman waiting for the bus state police say the woman was critically injured and taken to mass general by helicopter a male pedestrian also seriously hurt was taken by ambulance to Salem hospital the thirty two year old driver will lost control was taken to and G. H. her valuation and is said to have suffered minor injuries the woman who was bad flighted to NGH were told at last check has serious injuries life threatening injuries to her legs and her pelvis the cause of the crash is still under investigation we spoke to the driver you just heard who says this had nothing to do with road rage and that he didn't do anything wrong that's the latest live in land I mean is Rodriguez WBZ news it's eleven OO three for traffic and weather together start with the Subaru retailers of New England all traffic on the trees what's going on in town for as a steeper as both here it's fine up north for ninety five north is jammed through April with Elaine taken by one thirteen south by and said also heavy in and with work by ninety three watch for lane closure route one south of four one twenty eight in Peabody northbound route one has work but no delays route sixty in revere and in Saugus prior to the landfills parkway and ninety three south doubling closure by my fellow I've slows you down just a touch to the south delays on the expressway north bound the right lane is down you're crawling Savin hill to south Hampton street southbound heavy delays two lanes taken at exit ten Squantum street route three south bound road work but no issues the one in Duxbury where one fourteen is fine a minor slowdown in Plymouth willing restriction pass route forty four and four ninety five south work so you don't know where I am by one ninety five downtown o'neill calling north right lane closure has you on the brakes he's been on the pike doubling closure slows you down by Cambridge street and both directions to the potential total you're down two lanes very slow going there west of the city for ninety five slow in both directions in Marlboro with work by route twenty west no trouble passing lane closure and Waylon prior to route twenty seven steeper as WBZ twenty four hour traffic networking it's eleven OO for and now Dave Bowers is here with a four day WBZ accu weather forecasts are clear skies tonight temperatures of sunrise ranging from low sixties.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Andover north Andover and Lawrence as well as city and state officials are launching an ad campaign called rock the register to encourage communities to support local business businesses have received financial and technical support but now they need the support of customers in north Andover James R. O. hasta you be easy Boston's newsradio meantime the family of the teen killed in the gas explosions and fire have come to a settlement with Columbia gas an attorney for the family of Leone L. Rondon says the terms are confidential and nothing can replace his lost the attorney for the fired MBTA chief safety officer says OSHA has served the tea with an official whistle blower complaint WBZ's Karen regal in a statement run nichols' attorney says his client was fired in March twenty second and met with the federal transit authority on may second outlining an eighty eight page complaint alleging multiple systemic safety failures including workers almost being struck on the Green Line extension project twice workers being unable to answer basic safety protocol questions emailed concern from a gas company about their high pressure main almost being hit and in different management after giving his report to the FDA that agency sent it to shop nichols' attorney says OSHA as nickel to file a complaint with them so we could open a whistle blower retaliation investigation Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio preparing for the hurricane season in Florida that's just ahead here on WBZ now though it's seven thirty three it's time for traffic.

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"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tackle football for kids tomorrow in Andover. Community leaders experts, and parents we'll talk about it. WBZ's? Karyn regal smoke with an Andover. State Senator Barry fine gold about the issue buying gold is not on team tackle ban who should be making these decisions that I think it's parents that that you'd be making these Fisher he says there's risking Harrington any sport or any activity for that matter when I asked him about youth soccer's prohibition on heading the ball if a kid under ten given brains are still developing and research showing even a single concussion can cause damage later on. But if that is something that is worth it. And then that family should make the panel at memorial library downtown and over will include coaches health professionals and former New England patriot Andre. It in Andover. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. It was just about a year ago and John McDonough freshman at hotel high school had quite a scare after throwing a couple of innings during a baseball game at the start of the season. Something didn't feel right. So he went and had an MRI the image revealed a broken back and injury and you must have sustained during the basketball season on Monday. Mcdonagh now a sophomore took to the hill for an important early season game he walked seven batters. But somehow managed to keep the opposing team off the scoreboard, perhaps the most important thing. Mcdonagh was the fact that the only treatment he needed was about two months of rest last year. Nearly every elected official in Massachusetts recites the phrase so help me God when taking the oath of office now key committee in the democrat controlled legislature wants to eliminate the reference to the diety proposal approved last week by the influential joint legislative committee calls for using a secular version known as the Quaker. Oath, which substitutes swear with affirm and the phrase, so help me God with this idea under the pains of penalties and perjury. The measure was filed by Representative Mindy dome of Amherst and thirteen other democratic lawmakers. The group of mostly freshmen lawmakers is also backing a proposal to amend the constitution to make gender-neutral changing the pronoun, he to they within that document. The Gloucester city council is poised to discuss and possibly act on joining neighboring borough Ville and establishing itself as a second amendment sanctuary town last week Burrillville made national headlines by the clearing itself a second amendment sanctuary town. It's town council unanimously passed a resolution supporting the police departments right to exercise sound discretion when enforcing state firearms laws. The Gloucester resolution is on the council agenda for the may six. Eighteen meeting. It's ten thirty eight time to check business news with Bloomberg and Tracy jonky tally. General Motors says there are jobs available for all of the hourly workers impacted by GM's decision in November to close for US factories almost half of the two thousand eight hundred workers affected. It says have accepted transfers TM needed to call a lift to boost its first quarter profit is investment in the ride hailing company paid off during lifts March. Otherwise, GM's profits, barely mimic speculations sales of it's highly profitable SUV's slowed. And it's one of many losing stocks. Dallas falling thirty one points. Nasdaq is down sixty nine the s&p down seven, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio..

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WMAL 630AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"andover" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fire chiefs in Lawrence Andover. North Andover are urging residents to call nine. Nine one one if they smelled gas or a suspect a leak rather than just relying on Columbia gas to respond. We get more from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe over the last few months. A lot of people have been calling the Columbia gas emergency line to report those kinds of issues Columbia gas response to every call on its own. But it takes them about forty minutes to get there. Versus three minutes for fire. Crews Lawrence fire chief Brian Moriarty says it's better to play it safe by having too much of a response that not enough hopefully, lowering anxiety and angst that the people would have the three chiefs also got Columbia gas to agree to notify the fire departments every time. They get a gas related call on their emergency lying in Lawrence. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio I'm coming up a beloved sub shop closes in Saugus. I'm meteorologist Baucus hasn't Paul. And by now, you know, mature hair fanatic. I love wearing my here long. It's sixty three and would go to any length, no pun intended to have. A very long thick head of hair. But over the years mother nature had some other plans for me which caused my head to really thin out on top. Yes, I tried over the counter hair products. But nothing seemed to really work then I heard about the final hair restoration center, the pioneers of the individual graft technique or GT, so I called these two final hair restoration in meet at a point with Dr Chris highness. Dr highness is a great guy. And he totally understands that a guy's hair climatology is important to a.

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