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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"About you and me. The chump line is brought to you by Matthews Brothers, America's oldest window manufacturer this week, celebrating the start of the toward the frost and especially the Spectators. For finally, after 108 years, figuring out how to make the race viewable The massive pile ups that work for NASCAR can actually make watching the Lycra parade enjoyable. Howie Governor Lepage, calling it a Biden administration could say, Don't worry, because inflation as transitory in's gotta go away on its own. Can I say that about climate change? Yes, you can and again. Former governor Paul Lepage has has filed with the main state government. He is going to be a candidate for governor in 2022. Bangor Daily News is already writing his political obituary won't be the first time they've done it. So Kamala Harris staffers are being treated like crap. They should just cackle it off. Yeah, they know they have options. They could go to work for him. He Klobuchar And, you know, get get stuff thrown at them, and, uh, she's I guess she's even worse than, uh, And, uh, cackle woman. And Cosby play the role of the chattering old man. He's been an actor all his life. Of course he can. Why even bother playing the odds, Father When you have this kind of dull, the police rarely hits the fan. Yes, Officer. Mark says his Harvey Weinstein been using up all his phone privileges it from prison, trying to get Bill Cosby's lawyers on the line. I think Bill Cosby had more more legal.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A winter storm warning remains in effect through early Monday morning for Boston, the South Shore, cape and islands and winter weather advisories in effect North and the West. We will have the snow moving away from the area and gradual clearing for tonight will be turning up risk and cold with lows near 20 degrees, and we do what they want for icy conditions overnight into early tomorrow is any wetter, slushy areas. Will be freezing up for tomorrow. Mostly sunny and brisk, with a high of 28. Increasing clouds Tomorrow night low 18 some snow and flurries off it on for Tuesday. 33 degrees. The deal of Sun on Wednesday. 31 a Mac you weather meteorologist Danielle Middle WBZ Boston's news radio. The truth is out there and maybe it's in Maine with which is one of the hot spots for UFO sightings in the U. S. WBC's are, Cohen reports just the numbers. There's over 1000 different reports in name. Going back in 1946. Troy Bennett of the Bangor Daily News reports that while other states have Maura UFO sightings main comes in fourth as the state with the highest number of sightings based on population people that I know to be. Very serious minded individuals have some pretty crazy stories of seeing life out their windows, sort of being lifted off the ground and pinned to the ceiling of their apartment and then waking up hours later cars driving down the road that had bright lights, you know, zoom over them with no sound but very close. Then it says the reports of UFO sightings come in cycles. Shell, Casa, world's leading UFO statistician, says that there's a pretty clear patterns. You look at the entire country where reports Go up and down on a 68 year cycle or on the upswing in and if that holds the next two years will have even more records. So the truth if it's out there, maybe in Maine heart Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio. Two minutes left to go and Super.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A success, but it was tarnished by Trump's briefings in which he didn't seem reassuring or empathetic. Coronavirus in Arizona. Arizona's coronavirus cases and death toll continue to rise but hospital metrics starting to trend down 1845 new cases and 262 new deaths reported this morning. 193 of those are due to death certificate matching more than 17,000 new diagnostic tests. Also recorded today and cove in 19 related hospitalizations, Ventilator use an ICU bed use all appear to be trending down. Taylor Kepner Up key to our news, the common cold Is a Corona virus, and it's antibodies could cross over and fight covert 19 if they work. T Jen sees great possibilities for new treatments. Nava's ahead of Regeneron and other approaches that monoclonal antibodies to get infused into sick people and in some cases can be protective Researcher John Elton also says common cold antibodies could improve convalescent plasma treatments. Which he considers murky profiling. These anybody responses in some detail will help us to sort of disentangle that soup and understand what if anything, in those mixtures is actually protected. Alton hopes the common cold antibodies don't block the body's coronavirus. Response, Peter same or Katie? Our news. Get a truck to traffic now live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Here's Monica read Well. Our latest accident also involves the vehicle fires over in El Mirage, Dissect road and Northern. To avoid that you can.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on KOMO

"Here are some of the stories we are following the number of confirmed US coronavirus cases has surpassed 20 million It's nearly twice as many as the number two country India and nearly a quarter of the more than 83 million cases worldwide during his health minister says that country has identified 15 people who carry a highly contagious Corona virus variant after it was discovered in the United Kingdom. In a statement earlier today, health, the health minister said the strain was founded travelers arriving from the United Kingdom We heard a lot of talk about the possibility of $2000 stimulus checks aimed at helping people through the covert pandemic. But all the political wrangling there's one very big question. How would those big old checks work and who would qualify? Economics reporter Rachel Siegel took a closer look for the Washington Post and spoke with Como's Bill O'Neill. Rachel, Let's say this does happen, and that's still a very open question. But if we were to see a $2000 stimulus one mine Americans expect that's right. So, as you mentioned there is still plenty of in the air about whether or not these $2000 checks would happen. To explain how they would work in case they did the stimulus bill that has already been signed by President Trump provides $600.2 adults with annual incomes of up to $75,000 and the payment amount essentially decreases by 5% for every dollar. On that point, so that basically means that checks under $600. Some of that would still go out to people who make up to $87,000 a year. There's currently a bill that's been passed by the House that's being debated in the Senate. It would increase the full amount to $2000 and keep the same phase out structure. So what That means is that because the check itself is larger people who make up to $115,000 would still end up getting something and that's ultimately cover millions more Americans who would still be able to expect at least some of now, Of course, those $600 checks are already going out with that amount be subtracted from the two grand If you qualify for that The Treasury Department is saying that even though the first round of $600 checks is already out the window they're being directed positive They're going in the mail. If there was another bill enacted to cover larger checks, the system will essentially top it off, so people might do, for example, qualify for the full amount. We'll just get another $1400 sent to their account. Of course, even moderate Republicans in the Senate. They're a little worried about the structure of this $2000 plan. If they're like the idea anyway, that's right. So there is sort of a divide within the Republican Party. On one side. You have President Trump. Who has pretty aggressively been advocating for $2000 checks. At one point, it was unclear if the stimulus package that was eventually signed into law. What hinge on this push for larger payments? We have a handful and grilling handful of Republican senators who are supportive of the larger payments. But there is still a majority of GOP leaders who say that the payments are too large. That would cost hundreds of billions dollars in addition to the package that was already passed, and because of the way the structure would be set up in still sending payments to people of higher incomes there, people who say Well, why are we necessarily sending Money to stay a family with an income of $300,000 and people who are just generally wary of signing off on larger checks for people who may still have higher incomes. And amid all of this, it's not to say it might not change with the new year in the new Congress as well. All of this could end up, not mattering, or it could mattering and a lot might binge on The results of the Georgia run off next week. But what we know so far is that yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell really seemed to nexus possibility, at least for the current Congress. He really sort of put the option off the table for Congress to move further in Revisiting the law that has already been passed by the House or finding some other means of directing these larger checks in the next couple of days, and that was, you know, definitely a break from what President Trump has been pushing for what congressional Democrats have been pushing for. But depending on the makeup of the Senate after the Georgia run off, we could be revisiting this question again. That's Rachel Siegel read. More online in Washington Post calm and that's Como's Bill O'Neill. Come on news time 11 20 time for your propel insurance Money Update facing the possibility of another two Years have divided government's Democrats and Republicans are eyeing a familiar topic as a possible area of bipartisan compromise. Under the Biden administration infrastructure efforts to craft a major bill repeatedly fell apart during the Trump administration. But a fresh push from the next White House could break the logjam is lawmakers see an infrastructure bill is a way to stimulate an economy while addressing an infrastructure system that experts say is deficient. Thea Merican Society of Civil Engineers gave the U. S is infrastructure a grade of D Plus in his last evaluation. Could this be the wave of the future and agriculture Singapore's converting industrial buildings into vertical farms? Outfitted with climate controlled rooms and special lighting. The projects are part of the city state's attempt to address it's near told dependence on the outside world. 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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Timing is everything. The owner of a main toilet paper factory that open months before panic buying started at the beginning of the pandemic. Is the company enjoyed up banner first year Mark Cooper says the bank or COS original plan was to supply tissue products to commercial customers like hotels, airports and offices. But instead it launched a mail order business and now as customers across 40 states, Cooper telling the Bangor Daily News His company tissue Plus has things slowing down there now focused on delayed renovation of their building in Bangor. Popular pizza chain is thanking its employees. This year. CBS is Diane King, Hall explained. Papa John's is giving its workers a slice of the pie for the holidays. The pizza chain announced it is handing out about $2.5 million in bonuses to roughly 14,000 employees who worked throughout the pandemic. This comes at the end of a stellar year for Papa John's. As more Americans opted for take out and delivery. In addition to the bonuses over 500,000 pizzas have been donated to first responders, frontline workers and communities in need. During the pandemic. Wall Street had itself a pretty good day to kick off the final few days of the old year, the Dow was up 204 points today. That's more than half a percent gain. The NASDAQ up almost three quarters of a percent. It gained at 95 points in the S and P. 500 was up more than three quarters of a percent. Gaining 32 points for 27 straight ahead of the news at 4 30 change at the top on Beacon Hill in the Massachusetts House. You don't need another adult telling you to wash your hands and in this commercial, we're not going to tell you either, But we are going to tell you how to keep your countertops clean with Korean Korean town or tops from Bill Shay's. He had that bill shakes Korean is so clean. It's the countertop surface used in hospitals and labs and, unlike other countertop materials that have cracks and crevices Is where germs can hide Korean.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WTOP

"50. The U. S, is by far the leading nation in Covina deaths and cases as the number of infections globally tops. 80 Million data compiled by Johns Hopkins University reported the mark Saturday morning after 472,000 cases were recorded worldwide Christmas Day. The number of deaths related to the Corona virus across the globe stands at 1.75 million with the U. S accounting for the most over 331,000. The U. S also reported the most infections. 18.8 million, followed by India with 10.2 million and Brazil was 7.4 million. I'm Julie Walker knew coronavirus. Data for our region shows a dip in some key metrics. Virginia reports nearly 1600 new cases after the state reported more than 4000 cases each of the previous three days. It should be noted, however, that testing on Christmas Day was down by nearly half from the previous day, so it is possible. Virginia's daily case number could take another jump in the coming days as testing volume rebounds. Maryland reports around 2200 new cases today, the state's total case count the number of new deaths have dropped in the past two days, as has the state's testing positivity rate. See is reporting metrics from Christmas Eve today, the district reports six new deaths and 274 new cases. Those totals air close to average for the district. Arlington. Election officials are working on a permanent policy regarding the use of electronic meetings in a post covert world, but they expect to be meeting in person much of the time as well. The electoral board was in the midst of conducting a meeting. In fact, back in March, when the county government began closing facilities is the covert crisis was taking hold. It's meeting since then have been conducted on Elektronik platforms, according to inside no over the county elections chief says Silver lining here is that attendance has increased with meetings going online State law will guide how much business.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on KOMO

"By Kelly Blier. Coronavirus, hospitalizations air hitting new highs again, the covert tracking project says, where the 96,000 Americans are currently hospitalized due to the illness, a new record and there were more than 1100 covert related deaths in the U. S today, as well as nearly 150,000 new cases. Briefings and boots on the mind of the Biden transition team today. Hey, B. C's and as delicate Tara is covering it and talked with combos Taylor Van Slyke before we get into any announcements that were made today by the Biden team. We know the president elect was injured over the weekend while playing with his dog. What happened? And what's the prognosis was playing with his dog major, the youngest of his two dogs, and he did slip and fall, and he Will be wearing a boot for the next few weeks. This is according to his doctor after they found that he had fractured his right foot so several weeks. Hopefully this clears up by the by the inauguration. It doesn't seem to be too serious. But he will be wearing a boot for the next several weeks, and it hasn't affected his schedule or or delayed objectives of the transition team. Not that we know of the president elect. As of this week is going to get daily Security briefings, No doubt. And assassination in Iran, and the pandemic are included in that briefing. What other kinds of info does does a brief like this normally contain? Okay, So the presidential Daily brief is essentially a compilation of the day's headlines. If you will, bits and pieces of information that the president's advisors, members of the intelligence community feel the president should know as he starts his day and the big holed up here. The reason Joe Biden hadn't been able to access this information yet because the general services in ministry Mission had refused to recognize him as the president elect. So he found himself in a very unusual position. He was one of the you know, I think probably the only president elect to have to wait a number of weeks before finally being able to access this information, But today they did start briefing him. He did start receiving those TVBS. We know Harris was briefed At the Department of Commerce. That's as much information as we got out of that. But I'm sure it's um some welcome news for the Biden campaign that this is finally happening, and we're counting down the days until January. 20th for Inauguration day. Any more announcements on either cabinet positions or department heads. Yes, we learned about the communications team over the weekend. He's gonna be hiring an all female senior communications team. So we're gonna be hiring his campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield as the White House communications Director, and Jen Psaki, who is a longtime Democratic Books woman as his press secretary. So this will be the first time the entire senior White House communications team will be entirely female. And then we're also learning more about his economic team, which he will formally introduce tomorrow on Tuesday, But he plans to name Janet Yellen as the Treasury secretary. She would be the first woman Toe leave that department and he will also named Neera Tanden As the director of the Office of Management and Budget. She would be the first woman of color to lead the N B. She's probably the most controversial name here. She's kind of been facing quite a bit of pushback today of from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle on Capitol Hill. So you have progressive who are likely to grill her because she was kind of closely linked to Hillary Clinton. She was a senior adviser to or an adviser to Hillary Clinton and 23. Scene kind of linked the Clinton corporate wing of the party, not progressive or not a huge fan of hers and then I'll flip side. She's also not, you know, particularly loved by Republicans, and she's been a vocal critic of President Trump and Republicans on on Capitol Hill. No, they're likely to push back on her nomination as well. Maybe season as delicate terror with us on coma news and as thank you very much, and that's cool. Most Taylor Vance Ice Cos. Time. 5 50 times for our propel insurance Money Update. Here's Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. The Dow lost 271 points to close at 6 29,038 but gained 11.9% in November. It's best month since January, 1987 NASDAQ fell seven in the S and P 500 drops 16 stock. It's Seattle Tech Company Impinge, climbed almost 18% after Goldman Sachs analyst place to buy rating on the company. Share prices are up almost 57% this year. Black Friday foot profit declined 52% from last year, according to Adobe Analytics, But online sales hit a record $9 billion up more than 21% and.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Amy Goodman. The United States confirmed nearly 90,000 new cases of Corona virus Thursday, the worst toll of the US epidemic so far with an average of one new infection. Every second of the day. 43 states are seeing cases rise, with 17 states, breaking records for hospitalizations and eight states reporting record daily cases. This is Dr Sheesha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health. Well, things are very, very bad in the United States. Right now we are having some of the largest outbreaks that we've had during the entire pandemic. ATT 9 10 months into this pandemic, we're still largely not quite prepared. In Texas of Paso County has ordered a two week lock down of non essential businesses as a surge of covert 19 patients has left medical workers overwhelmed and hospitals nearing capacity. Meanwhile, the Washington Post reports over 40,000 residents have died of covert 19 and nursing homes that were given a clean bill of health by the Trump administration. The Post found. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services clear nearly eight out of 10 nursing homes of any infection control violations, even homes with mounting Corona virus outbreaks before or during the inspections. President Trump and Joe Biden Hill competing campaign rallies just miles apart Thursday in the battleground state of Florida, which is also a red zone hot spot for the Corona virus, Biden held a drive in rally in Tampa, where supporters were required to wear masks sent to practice social distancing. Donald Trump refuses the list of decides. We shouldn't be politicizing the race for a vaccine. We should be planning for its safe use and freed an equitable distribution, providing PP for national standards or schools. Business has not been safely. Let's plan back. It may how to do that. Just 10 Miles away, President Trump spoke to a crowd of thousands of mostly unmasked supporters who rallied shoulder to shoulder on the day the U. S shattered its record for new Corona virus infections. Trump promised the country would remain open for business no matter what. We're never gonna lock down again. We lock down We understood the disease and now we're open for business. And that's what it is. Trumps rally came is the U. S death toll from covert.

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Trump makes last minute stop in Bangor, Maine

WBZ Afternoon News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump makes last minute stop in Bangor, Maine

"A rally for President Trump has just ended the Manchester Boston Regional Airport in New Hampshire. The president moving to his next stop in Bangor, Maine, The Bangor Daily News reporting he'll be visiting a local orchard. There seems to be a last minute stop and may not one that was on his schedule, and the president spoke to thousands of his supporters in Londonderry at the rally just after he flew in On Air Force One. Among the topics the president's about with covert 19 took something called Regeneron. The following morning. I felt so good

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ramp. That's a little slow getting down to star all river roads. Looking good. So is the Tobins airport tunnels. They're all on time to and from Logan David said Ronnie W. Busiest traffic on the crease. And now the four day W B z ack you weather forecast is going to be quite windy this afternoon. In fact, so, Wendy, we have wind advisories out for the South Shore south Coast, keeping the islands for gusto. 50 MPH times this afternoon, low seventies, their city and inland. Gusto. 30 to 40 MPH Mid Teo, even upper seventies with some sunshine here as we go through the afternoon, then tonight mild upper fifties cooler tomorrow breezy not as much win, but that wins off the ocean. And we'll keep temperatures in the low to mid sixties, probably closer to 60 right at the water's edge and in mid fifties rain moves in Monday and then it gets heavy times into the afternoon. Some rain Tuesday morning and then cloudy and back in the upper sixties to end the day on Tuesday, I thank you but the meteorologist in DeVore, WGC Boston's NewsRadio, Right now it's sunny and 73 degrees in Plymouth, Sunny and 72 Gloucester in Boston. It's sunny, windy and 75 degrees. On the ring Central News line, another blow to movie theater struggling during the pandemic of the falls. Last big movies is going straight to streaming and we'll skip theaters altogether. We only have a short time when his plan it's happening with Pixar's soul, the move widely expected after the recent exodus of most major upcoming releases. Marks one of the final dominoes to fall in Hollywood's disastrous autumn. It will premiere on Business Plus on Christmas. Matt Piper CBS News A mother gives birth to a baby on Maine's Little Cranberry Island for the first time in more than nine decades. Born two weeks ago, azalea Belgrade a is the six child for Erin Gray and Aaron for knowledge, Gray. The Bangor Daily News reports said azaleas great grandfather, a lifelong lobsterman, had been the most recent baby born on the island.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Years ago they killed heather higher in anti racism protester authorities in Virginia considering charging Rogers with hate crimes after they say he admitted to being a local Ku Klux Klan leader that is ABC's Kyra Phillips Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has slammed Democrats at the state and local level for allowing mass protests take place but not opening places worship politician did not get the play redlight greenlight within the first amendment the bill of rights is not some ala carte menu that leaders may sample as they please the Kentucky Republican says the inconsistency from leaders has been baffling because in his words protests are now permissible but prayer is still too dangerous McArdle says he believes the protesters should exercise their first amendment right for a cause that is beyond right justice is specifically criticized Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer and DC's mayor Muriel Bowser for posing with protesters but not allowing houses of worship to get open again a federal appeals court in Boston expected to consider a case from evangelical church in Maine that challenged governor Janet mills ban on large gatherings those restrictions until recently prevented worshippers attending services in person the Bangor Daily News says no date for the appeal from the Calvary chapel in orange and has yet been set the Vatican has entered a New World a world of streaming Vassy vision as it's called will provide access to television series documentaries and films inspired by Christianity that first two Italians and then it will expand its offerings to the U. S. in countries with a high number of Catholics such as numerous south American nations the Philippines and Poland original content to include the Italian documentary lurid sent a series called the great hopes Meghan Williams ABC news Rome other signs were crossed upon that there is recovery from corona virus CBS's Vicki Barker tells us pubs in Britain soon could be re opened British real ale brewed in barrels or cast is back in production for the first time since March Nick Watson.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ken pairing it to the deadly tactics in Charlottesville Virginia three years ago they killed heather higher in anti racism protester authorities in Virginia considering charging Rogers with hate crimes after they say he admitted to being a local Ku Klux Klan leader part service history Phillips Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slamming Democrats at the state and local level for allowing mass protests but not opening up places of worship politician did not get the play redlight greenlight within the first amendment the bill of rights is not some ala carte menu that leaders may sample as they please the Kentucky Republican says the inconsistency from leaders has been baffling because in his words protester now permissible but prayer is still too dangerous a federal appeals court in Boston is expected to consider a case from evangelical church in Maine that challenge governor Janet mills ban on large gatherings those restrictions until recently prevented worshippers from attending services in person the Bangor Daily News says no date for the appeal for the Calvary chapel has been set Maine has said at least twenty five hundred cases of covert nineteen and a hundred deaths you may remember that visit president trump made to Saint John Paul the second's shrine it came with some controversy but the White House is now disputing reports the archbishop Wilton Gregory didn't know what was going to happen until the night before White House spokesman telling the Catholic news agency Gregory was told about it several days earlier C. N. A. says Gregory's office declined an invitation to be at that event that was celebrating religious freedom three twenty the other side from across the pond of some recovery from corona virus CBS's Vicki Barker tells us British pubs could soon be re opening reddish real ale brewed in barrels or cast is back in production for the first time since March Nick.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"These are scary times we live in and I'm not talking about being scared out of the virus the state is the is the greater threat is what Shelley was saying in the world the last hour about this study committee it's not quite as bad as she made it out it's pretty bad but Janet mills the governor of Maine said today she's convening a committee that will meet over the rest of the twenty twenty to oversee the state's recovery from the economic slow down slow down she's crash the economy this is from the Bangor Daily News the committee will not address public health issues including the re opening time frame of the stated that the they're gonna have the initial report on the fifteenth and the final report in January but this is not about re opening the state but this this is this is what she said at this press conference today she can't that there may be some changes to business opening requirements later this week I can't the how did they get off telling people whether they can open or not open when there are only a relative handful of deaths I again I I'm sorry I feel bad for the fifty nine people in Maine that are dead but the issue is destroying the economy she hello form this is the worst part she held firm for now on quarantines for visitors a requirement that is attracted sharp criticism from tourism businesses so would you like to plan a trip to Maine when you're gonna be in quarantine I what is it what exactly is a quarantine by the way in these situations they're there stomping out of state traffic on the Newport bridge in Rhode Island and only from eight to eight so if you come in at nine you don't find out that you have to quarantine but if you could please if you go over the bridge from eight AM to eight PM you get lectured but you have to if you're if you're not in here for one guy you're just in here for pleasure and visit your doctor and K. all right time for the trump White.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We'll do it live. We are doing it. Live this without profanity and we can do that here. Sadly eight fifty four fifty free. 'cause we aren't completely free on the radio but mostly we're still free in the United States to complain at least at this point Thankfully you still have that freedom so far you don't however have the freedom to own your own property 'cause they'll take it from you if you don't pay property taxes. Oh what's that you? Renters aren't paying right now Well I suspect the government isn't going to give you a break. I suspect that as well. I've not heard that they are going to died. The property tax bills here in New Hampshire or a especially in keene which is where we were doing the show from their particularly high here. The happened twice a year cure. Not every time I think sometimes are once a year but here it's twice a year so the half the first half coming. That's coming up this month. That that bill's GonNa be arriving and I suspect it's not going to have a little note. GotTa Pay Protection Money included. That says. Oh we're so. Sorry about this lockdown. We understand it's been really hard on you out there so we're going to go ahead and cut your property tax bill by half or suspended entirely and that's not not going to happen but yet people out there are not paying rent left and right. I'm curious how many government agencies have been furloughed laid off closed down as a result of their own You know mandates in Corona virus in that kind of a thing. I suspect that if they're furloughed they're furloughed with pay. I suspect none. Yeah which can you have? That furloughed would pay suspended with. Yeah it might be more accurate but let's get back into this story here. Captain Kick ask us. I think it's really interesting and we'll talk more about this business main. That actually opened its doors restaurant. There was A. I saw the photo in the story from Bangor Daily News. Literally a line of people outside down the road down the street in front of this place and wanted to come in and just sit down and have a meal like they used to be able to. But I do want to tell you one thing before we do that. And that's about divvy. It's the next generation wallet coming from Debbie. And just a few taps you'll be able to spend Ernst and Exchange digital money and seconds. Divvy says you'll be able to send money around the globe and only a swipe and instantly exchanged between divvy bitcoin and Fiat currencies. Like the dollar right in the mobile APP and withdraw directly to your bank account. There's no need to wait though as Debbie already offers the first one tap solution for earning passive income with their multi tiered master notes allowing.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I'll come down tomorrow Largo and I might come down to visit my wife and she says she's not coming out no so so we're gonna have a long distance winter relationship so there's a there's a headline for the day for the Portland press Herald in the Bangor Daily News governor what ages are going to go crazy he's going to go he's running for governor say it one more time say it address this to the Portland press Herald in the Bangor Daily News governor tell us what you would do the polling place the porn press Herald and the Bangor Daily News which was fake news for eight years they couldn't say if they've never spent a good word about me comes even when I left a billion dollars in the bank and the rainy day fund like we hadn't seen for decades they could not say a good word well guess what folks I'm coming back I'll give you a lot to write about I'm the page call one I'm comin back all right thank you governor look page see you soon a pleasure how we next time I speak to you I will be in meetings and I'm very glad well I don't know if I'm glad to hear that and I'm I'm glad for me but I'm not glad for you because it's still cold and rainy up there how a car break up the trash man but will column kapton this hour to how we car show is brought to you in part.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We will bring you the vote live here on WBZ newsradio as soon as it gets under way again the charges being read in the Senate chambers right now listen live as well on the I heart radio app it's four oh seven no bail for the man charged with the murders of three people and down east Maine Thomas von Phonte is also accused in move try us with injuring another person the Bangor Daily News says he was out on bail in a drunk driving case at the time of Monday's killings and more than ten shots fired in Holyoke this is a shoot out that left one man in the hospital the globe says it happened this morning in a multi story apartment complex complex on Elm Street in downtown Holyoke the suspect remains at large for aid and what a difference a day makes Andrew day from Bloomberg we're back above twenty nine thousand yeah the Dow is hitting that mark again nasdaq it is to be doing something even a little more important we could say perhaps there at records now Dow just missed the record but it gained four hundred eighty three points and it's not a bad showing nasdaq up forty one S. B. five hundred thirty seven this week is an easy three for three so far for these indexes following reports on the services economy and job growth coupled with hope for corona virus containment helping push up Wall Street we have a couple of decliners today Ford was one of them that's stock moved ten percent in reverse after the car maker posted it lost several billion dollars in the closing three months of last year Ford has had to spend big on electric offerings along with the revised Bronco S. U. V. that's still in the works GM was able to eke out a small profit it's new trucks a big SUVs are expected to make up for fewer car sales overall in the US and China stock at GM rose to percent the big story though the market itself dial up four hundred eighty three points nasdaq and S. and P. finished a new record highs I had to row day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio enter thank yous sports coming up next with Brian at.

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KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"President trump now says that for U. S. embassies were being targeted when he gave the order for the killing of the top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani two developments in impeachment house speaker Nancy Pelosi could hand over the articles of impeachment to the Senate next week and a key GOP senator has come out supporting witnesses at the trial senator Susan Collins of Maine tells the Bangor Daily News she is working with what she calls a fairly small group of senators on getting an initial resolution on the trial that will allow for witnesses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell alternately said he opposed witness testimony or additional documents then later said a decision would be put to a vote may trial Collins is a key swing vote should that happen because it would take only a simple majority to allow witnesses and documents house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate next week meaning the trial could begin within days Linda Kenyan Washington tornado warnings have just gone off for parts of Missouri Texas and Oklahoma I'm part of a wave of severe weather threatening more than ten million people Wall Street the Dow down one thirty three S. and P. downline hi Mike Moore taking a look at KSFO traffic sponsored by indeed dot com crews are wrapping up some road work in Pleasanton on northbound six eighty between Bernau Avenue and stone ridge drive the right lane is just being re open now still some delays from central Boulevard they were actually doing some tree trimming work over to the right hand side an overturned vehicle is on the connector ramp from what's not to thirty seven to one one north down and Mountain View delay starting at fair oaks Avenue as a hiring manager you need to quickly find the best candidates for your open positions.

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"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bangor daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Karen Moscow Alex and ani suit against bank of America has been dropped to the Rhode Island based jewelry maker suit in July for more than one billion dollars in damages like using the bank of fraudulently declaring it into fault of a fifty million dollar line of credit and driving it toward bankruptcy the globe reports Amazon delivery drivers in Massachusetts will be allowed to proceed with a class action lawsuit the drivers claim they have been misclassified as independent contractors and are entitled to the same job protections as regular employees Annabelle says start up says it's bought the former medicine paper industries mail in Maine the Bangor Daily News reports that building products manufacturing start up goal lab said the deal was worth one point nine million dollars the company plans to make wood fiber insulation from soft wood chips I'm bloomers carried Moscow with the mainland business on WBZ Boston's newsradio one of America's most beloved cartoon characters teaming up once again with the NASA teach kids about space Donald getting in on this too with the discover space with Snoopy happy meals they launched earlier today toys including educational books and figures of Snoopy with some of NASA's best known missions including the Mars Rovers and the Orion spacecraft was two twenty seven we're keeping an eye to the sky as a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings expiring in just a few minutes but the potential for strong storms for most of the day also an update on that officer involved shooting in Brockton next with Ben Parker I'm meteorologist baka isn't all and by now you know all my true here fanatic I love worry 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 fan out on top yes I tried over the counter here products but nothing seemed to really work then I heard about the DeStefano here restoration setter the pioneers of the individual craft acne core I. G. T. so I called DeStefano here restoration and made it a point with doctor Chris Highness Dr hi this is a great guy and he totally understands that a guys here climatology is important it was self esteem at any age I had several easy procedures that worked wonders on my thinning hair go check out my Facebook page DeStefano.

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Facing unfriendly new map, Pennsylvania GOP congressman will retire — Politics — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Facing unfriendly new map, Pennsylvania GOP congressman will retire — Politics — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

"To vice premier who oversees china's economy mnuchin is also said to be considering a visit to beijing to pursue negotiations trade tensions sent the dow industrials plummeting one thousand four hundred thirteen points last week the supreme court has already heard one major case about political lion drawing that has the potential to reshape politics now it's taking up another one the arguments justices will hear wednesday in the second case a republican challenge to a democratic leaning congr national district in maryland could offer fresh clues about what they're thinking about partisan gerrymandering decisions in the maryland case and the earlier one from wisconsin are expected by late june republican pennsylvania congressman ryan kostelic has announced that he will not seek reelection in november boosting democratic party hopes of taking another seat costello's announcement comes on the heels of a democrat upset in a special congressional election march thirteenth in the western part of the state well if the easter bunny happens to drop some candy in your basket and you're worried about your weight what should you go for i on nutrition experts say the best chocolates to eat our reese's peanut butter eggs there only ninety calories and peanut butter not sugar is listed as the top ingredient tootsie easter egg shaped pops are next followed by russell stover coconut cream eggs cadbury cream eggs and hershey's easter kisses wow no you didn't say the phrase i was actually looking for here that which was eat reese's peanut butter eggs they're good for you peanut butters get for i know but you didn't say that specific phrase no i think we're all missing here you can have as much as you want thank you mommy six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning america's first news it's three pm and you just ran out of ink you have a report do which is two hours from now you can't push the.

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