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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Six year old Brian constant tacos was arrested and charged with drug trafficking later that afternoon police executed a search at fifty one county street and confiscated fifty two grams of fentanyl ninety six tabs of Percocet digital scales packaging and six hundred and twenty eight dollars in cash Nikki Ortiz thirty seven was arrested and charged with trafficking and conspiracy police said Ortiz has seven open cases in new Bedford District Court and one prior drug conviction a thirty year old Taunton man who entered his neighbor's apartment got undressed and tried to force his way into her bathroom has been sentenced to two years in jail this week Christopher Blake was convicted of breaking and entering assault and battery on a police officer back in June the woman was in the shower and she heard a loud knocking on the door followed by a man's voice she got out and tried to block the door but he pushed it open and stood there in his underwear another member of the woman's family scared the guy off but he left his close behind when police showed up Blake hit a cop before he was placed under arrest that's all according to the Bristol county DA's office the new Bedford fire department has a new K. nine officer Kona is certified in detecting fentanyl and certain chemical and biological agents that can be used in weapons the eight month old black lab just graduated from the Bristol county sheriff's canine academy conus partner will be city firefighter Scott Rebello other newly minted fentanyl sniffing canines will work with the fall river police department state education officials are recommending that city on a hill charter school be placed on probation the company closed its new Bedford charter school they this year officials said this week that the two Boston locations are also struggling in sports the Celtics battle the Timberwolves tonight in Minnesota the Bruins game against the flames in Calgary the red Sox are playing an exhibition game against Northeastern University at JetBlue park in.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The owner of a fifty six foot skull a boat that sank Sunday now says that three missing crew members are presumed lost that's according to the Cape Cod times who spoke with Louis Martines Martines owns the Leonardo the new Bedford based scholar per that sank in high seas Sunday afternoon twenty four miles off the coast of Martha's vineyard one crew member who made it into a lifeboat was rescued by air station Cape Cod three men remain missing the Coast Guard continued its search today the names of the missing commercial fishermen have not yet been released a mill redevelopment project in Taunton appears to be on hold after a lawyer representing the developers filed a complaint with the city the letter accuses the city of negligence for failing to disclose certain important information about the site prior to a tax lien auction in twenty seventeen that letter was viewed by the Taunton Gazette the twenty five million dollar redevelopment of the wooden mills complex was supposed to create twenty three hundred jobs while providing housing office space and tax revenue city officials have been trying to get the blighted property redeveloped for years a new Bedford charter school has announced that it will close its doors at the end of the school year trustees at city on a hill new Bedford voted Monday morning to relinquish its charter the school's board president said the charter school has not made certain progress as required by the state and has seen its enrollment decline precipitously in recent years that has resulted in a loss of federal and state revenue and deep cuts to staffing and programming if you're legally growing your own cannabis in the Cape Cod town of born you'll have to find somewhere else other than the town recycling center to dispose of waste materials the town's health board voted last week to seek a policy change that would ban the disposal of marijuana plant residue at the town's waste and recycling drop off center some expressed concern that materials could sprout and create new plants if they made their way into the town's compost pile in sports the patriots had to Houston next week to take on their AFC rivals the Celtics are home from their road trip and will host the kings tonight tomorrow the Bruins are in Montreal where they will face off against the Canadiens now let's take a look.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"M. news the owner of a fifty six foot skull a boat that sank Sunday now says that three missing crew members are presumed lost that's according to the Cape Cod times who spoke with Louis Martines Martines owns the Leonardo the new Bedford based scholar per that sank in high seas Sunday afternoon twenty four miles off the coast of Martha's vineyard one crew member who made it into a life boat was rescued by air station Cape Cod three men remain missing the Coast Guard continued its search today the names of the missing commercial fishermen have not yet been released a mill redevelopment project in Taunton appears to be on hold after a lawyer representing the developers filed a complaint with the city the letter accuses the city of negligence for failing to disclose certain important information about the site prior to a tax lien auction in twenty seventeen that letter was viewed by the Taunton Gazette the twenty five million dollar redevelopment of the wooden mills complex was supposed to create twenty three hundred jobs while providing housing office space and tax revenue city officials have been trying to get the blighted property redeveloped for years a new Bedford charter school has announced that it will close its doors at the end of the school year trustees at city on a hill new Bedford voted Monday morning to relinquish its charter the school's board president said the charter school has not made certain progress as required by the state and has seen its enrollment decline precipitously in recent years that has resulted in a loss of federal and state revenue and deep cuts to staffing and programming if you're legally growing your own cannabis in the Cape Cod town of born you'll have to find somewhere else other than the town recycling center to dispose of waste materials the town's health board voted last week to seek a policy change that would ban the disposal of marijuana plant residue at the town's waste and recycling drop off center some expressed concern that materials could sprout and create new plants if they made their way into the town's compost pile in sports the patriots had to Houston next week to take on their AFC rivals the Celtics are home from their road trip and will host the kings tonight tomorrow the Bruins are in Montreal where they will face off against the Canadiens now let's take a look.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Thousand square feet to begin phasing out plastic bags if passed the phase out process would last until December thirty first and therefore prohibit the distribution of single use plastic bags with a chain stores effective January first the Martha's vineyard airport is back open today after a state police bomb sniffing dog did not find anything suspicious the airport was closed all air vehicular traffic for over three hours this morning to a bomb threat authorities say the threat did not involve any aircraft the Bedford police are investigating an incident that happened at slate early Saturday morning police say they responded to a call just before two AM where they spoke to a victim who sustain injuries and was later transported to get medical treatment the incident remains under investigation of Dartmouth woman provide more details on her experience in the earthquakes that shook southern California on Thursday and Friday Dylan Santos as a story haven public school guidance counselor Christine the ball all of error in our family were in San Diego last week and had a run in with a few earthquakes Olivera tells W. B. S. M. news that she and her family barely felt the first earthquake that struck the area on Thursday but Friday was a different story and I were actually sitting on the couch we had a suite in the hotel and we were watching TV and we looked at each other and we just started playing back and forth and then it takes a couple minutes to process because it's not a feeling you feel every day the family evacuated the hotel before safely returning for the night all of our associate or family were happy to get on their flight home just six hours later Dylan Santos W. B. S. M. news and a new Bedford charter school is getting support from the Boston teachers union the Boston teachers union lost a paid ad campaign yesterday calling attention on what they call the unstable learning environments at city on a hill public charter schools in Roxbury new Bedford caused by the board of trustees refusal to negotiate a contract for educators and staff the union says educators at the three city on a hill schools code of the square co a circuit street encoding Bedford are working without a contract that provides fair compensation equitable pay benefits and fair working conditions in sports the red Sox rest up during the all star break until Friday when they host.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Soon let you connected do business across town or around the world zoom ties together all of your communication needs into one easy platform for video conferencing phone calls group chat webinars and your conference rooms connect easily from anywhere your mobile phone your laptop for conference room zoom is help business gets done get your free account Xoom dot com today meet happy with them prosecutors are taking up the biggest stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom hears them done this is W. B. S. M. news lawyers for a woman who encouraged her boyfriend through text messages to take his own life have appeal her involuntary manslaughter conviction to the U. S. Supreme Court Michelle Carter's attorneys told the High Court a petition filed yesterday that her conviction based on her words alone violated her first amendment right to free speech Carter began serving a fifteen month jail sentence in February after massachusetts' highest court upheld or twenty seventeen conviction and Conrad Roy the third's death one of her lawyer said in the statement that Carter quote did not cause Conrad Royce tragic death and should not be held criminally responsible for a suicide a new Bedford charter schools getting support from the Boston teachers union the Boston teachers union washed a paid ad campaign yesterday calling attention to what they call the unstable learning environments that city on a hill public charter schools in Roxbury in new Bedford they say that virus caused by the board of trustees refusal to negotiate a contract for educators and staff the union says educators at the three city on a hill schools code of the square co a circuit street and co a.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"That would require multi state and national chain stores larger than ten thousand square feet to begin phasing out plastic bags if passed the phase out process would last until December thirty first and therefore prohibit the distribution of single use plastic bags with a chain stores effective January first the Martha's vineyard airport is back open today after a state police bomb sniffing dog did not find anything suspicious the airport was closed all air vehicular traffic for over three hours this morning to a bomb threat authorities say the threat did not involve any aircraft the Bedford police are investigating an incident that happened at slate early Saturday morning police say they responded to a call just before two AM where they spoke to a victim who sustain injuries and was later transported to get medical treatment the incident remains under investigation of Dartmouth woman provide more details on her experience in the earthquakes that shook southern California on Thursday and Friday Dylan Santos has the story haven public school guidance counselor Christine the ball all of error in our family were in San Diego last week and had a run in with a few earthquakes Olivera tells W. B. S. M. news that she and her family barely felt the first earthquake that struck the area on Thursday but Friday was a different story and I were actually sitting on the couch we had a suite in the hotel and we were watching TV and we looked at each other and we just started playing back and forth and wanted to take a couple minutes to process because it's not a feeling you feel every day the family evacuated the hotel before safely returning for the night all of our says she and her family were happy to get on their flight home just six hours later Dylan Santos W. B. S. M. news and a new Bedford charter school is getting support from the Boston teachers union the Boston teachers union lost a paid ad campaign yesterday calling attention on what they call the unstable learning environments at city a hill public charter schools in Roxbury new Bedford caused by the board of trustees refusal to negotiate a contract for educators and staff the union says educators at the three city on a hill schools code of the square co a circuit street encoding Bedford are working without a contract that provides fair compensation equitable pay benefits and their working conditions in sports the red Sox rest up during the all star break until Friday when they host the LA Dodgers plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures outside this afternoon a beautiful summer day temperatures in Lynn will be in the mid to upper eighties along the coast you're looking at temperatures in the low to mid eighties we had to tonight.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Yeah. I've talked to a lot of folks who have very high opinion of mighty men and the job that he's done. And I, I have no in Boston to shame of pioneer institute where we're public policy institute very interested in education trying to schools, high red. And we just looking at the plane faxing, you know. What is this, a stain -able for a for a university system to go through this massive expansion at this time, you know, and they and I think that kind of the chickens have come home to roost. Because the financial pressures coming on the university now because I don't think it's a stain -able. Yeah. They're going to have to do something about that. Definitely. Are you? I'm not sure if this is your area of expertise, but the legislature did something recently that was pretty troubling to me when it comes to charter schools, they blocked. A New Bedford charter school. From expanding into a new building. They wanted to wanted to shift to a new campus. There's an old public school building, I think, and legislature blocked it from even from them even trying to do it. And the way they did. It was too, you know, procedural roadblocks put up see roadblocks legislature. So it wouldn't even come for a vote were you guys following that or? Phone, very, very carefully. Yeah. Pyner institute with was one of the leading groups kinda advocating for products cools. In fact, at pioneers, to one of my qualities, working here is Tom Birmingham, used to be the Senate president. He wasn't. He was one of the agents. So the education reform act that led to an casts and try to school. So with you know that try to school that you're talking about into Bedford is fantastic charter school. I mean it is it's famously good and the waiting list to get into. It is gigantic. You have to win a lottery to get into it and the, the mayor down there who who was. I think he's a Harvard grad, he's a. Originally. He was he was very few of in his praise for this particular school. But then at the end of the day, you know, it's, it's like the, you know, collective bargaining labor the teacher's union, so and so forth death against charter school. So to me, it's not. Right. You know, I mean these inner city kids in bed for those kids are up against it, especially young coming up fourteen fifteen years old. It's tough world. And so if there's an opportunity for, for family to send their kid to a school that's rank high in the state, it's like a little gym right in their backyard. I don't get why they're shutting down. It's like shooting yourself in the foot. It's terrible. You concern about the way the legislature went about it to not even to allow vote basically blocking it from even coming up. Well, you know, I, I served in the state legislature for seventeen years. Yeah. And it doesn't surprise me that the legislature would do that because they've been they've been like a, you know, an eye in curtain against charter schools, because there's so much political pressure by teachers, not to not Acilitator it. And if but back in the day in the time that, like if president Birmingham the Mark Roosevelt, and those people, you know, these are urban liberals, they, they were urban liberals, but they, but they would twenty to find a way to have people live in inner cities, like Brockton, you know, Lawrence New Bedford, Springfield, Lawrence, Lowell chicopee that we're the school systems are really rough to give the parents and the kids chance to go to a good school. I mean they saw in that view and it's really too bad that the leadership is not. There people rise up like we had back in the day. Yeah. They instead they have people seemingly do what the unions want them to do. This is not to say that charter schools, and they don't. They're I'm sure they're bad charter schools, as well as good ones. But, you know, it just seemed like the way they did it. That was a little sneaky, the legislature, did it because they knew the time frame, they knew the timeframe of that, that, that they could delay. And they just kept delaying delaying it till they couldn't do it anymore. And what they wanted to do was to go away from a lottery system. Is that correct? The school wanted to go away from the lottery and do like more of a local school choice gotta thing, right? That's right. You know, we down in New York, there's a, there's a city councillor down, who, who retired and she started about ten charter schools in New York. And they were really, really. She's an African Americans. The constituency student body was almost all of them African American Hispanic and they were like you know, is ranked in the top one percent of all the city schools in the city did the same thing. They said no, they, they block them from a new facility. They victim from the facility all the pressure came on it. But man, but there was a March on Sydney hall, and they think they sent like two hundred buses full of people up to Albany in New York fight it. You know what I'm saying is, I wish people would down in New Bedford in the state would rise up and say, hey, you know, why are you depriving families of this opportunity? It's just not. Right. It's I think it's very unfair and unwise. Right. Well, Greg, I want to thank you very much for joining us here on bat and the pioneer institute you guys do a great job over there covering various issues and holding holding government accountable. Well, we feel the same way about you Joe and you're a great coverage of national in state. It's really fabulous. Thanks. I really appreciate it. Thanks. Okay. Greg Sullivan from the pioneer is we're gonna take a quick break. Don't forget, six seven two eight six five six three three. If you want to weigh in, if you wanna weigh on any topic at all we're going to be switching a little, the politics, six one seven two. Eight six five six three three our text. We'll be right back. Herald.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Take them Robin Hood in your morning with ABC's. Good Morning America. The latest government cancer. The biggest stories on the south coast philadel- ups and newsroom. Here's Taylor cormier this, these DSM news, the fifty four year old Fall River man accused of a fatal hit and run incident on old Bedford road and Westport earlier this month is turned himself into thorns at the Westport police station fifty four year old Gerardo Lugo of all river is charged with leaving the scene death resulting negligent operation of a motor vehicle driving with a suspended license and trafficking heroin. Excess of one hundred grams after lugos identity was released Monday, he chose yesterday to turn himself over to thirties. He was arraigned in Fall River district court, Lugo suspected of driving the car that struck and killed thirty year old Stephanie trip Fall River on may seven a controversial, and time sensitive, New Bedford charter school Bill inched along on beacon hill yesterday as the house sent the legislation to the education committee for review. The bill's passage is needed to implement a state approved deal between city officials and the elva del mar charter school, which is seeking to open a new camp. This in New Bedford Representative Antonio Cabrera of New Bedford is among the lawmakers who opposed the Bill yesterday. It was Cabrera, however who made the motion that led to the Bill being sent to committee and a statement, could brawl said he made the motion with the support of representatives. Christopher Hendricks and William Strauss, who, also represent parts of New Bedford abroad said ensuring a hearing would make the process open to the public and allow the legislature to make the most informed decision on complex issues of public education. A teacher at Bridgewater Raynham, regional high school is being praised for pulling the fire alarm yesterday morning. The superintendent says the teacher took the action after she heard concerning comments from a student about a gun. The building was evacuated and searched police say there was no credible threat. And a Cape Cod company has proposed building a sonic barrier around the region's beaches to chase away seals in order to prevent shark attacks deep blue LLC presented the idea yesterday at a public meeting. In barnstable? Two men were attacked one fatally by sharks on the Cape last summer. The company envisions a system of under. Underwater audio devices that will emit a sound unpleasant to seals owners Willie plan and check. And Kevin McCarthy say that if the seals leave the area, the great white sharks, eat them will stay away. WB SM sports. The Red Sox renewed. Their rivalry with the Yankees tonight in the Bronx. First pitch at seven ten with pre game on WB SM beginning at six ten mostly cloudy and cooler than average again this afternoon. Temperatures will be topping out in the sixties range this evening. Another round of rain will come through, and there may be if you have your downpours.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Political. No. The biggest stories on the south coast from the deal ups newsroom. Here's Taylor cormier. This is WBZ news. The fifty four year old Fall River man accused of a fatal hit and run incident on old Bedford road, and Westport earlier this month is turned himself into thorns at the Westport police station fifty four year old Gerardo Lugo of all river is charged with leaving the scene death resulting negligent operation of a motor vehicle driving with a suspended license and trafficking heroin in excess of one hundred grams after lugos identity was released Monday chills yesterday to turn himself over to thirties. He was arraigned in Fall River district court, Lugo suspected of driving the car that struck and killed thirty year old Stephanie trip Fall River on may seven a controversial, and time sensitive, New Bedford charter school Bill inched along on beacon hill yesterday as the house sent the legislation to the education committee for review. The bill's passage is needed to implement a state approved deal between city officials in the del mar charter. School, which is seeking to open a new campus. In New Bedford Representative Antonio Cabrera of New Bedford is among the lawmakers who oppose the Bill yesterday. It was Cabrera, however who made the motion that led to the Bill being sent to committee. In a statement, brawl said he made the motion with the support of representatives. Christopher Hendricks and William Strauss, who, also represent parts of New Bedford Cabrera said ensuring a hearing would make the process open to the public and allowed the legislature to make the most informed decision on complex issues of public education. A teacher at Bridgewater Raynham, regional high school is being praised for pulling the fire alarm yesterday morning. The superintendent says the teacher took the action after she heard concerning comments from a student about a gun. The building was evacuated and searched police say there was no credible threat. And a Cape Cod company has proposed building a sonic barrier around the region's beaches to chase away seals in order to prevent shark attacks deep blue LLC presented the idea yesterday at a public meeting. In barnstable? Two men were attacked one fatally by sharks on the Cape. Last summer. The company envisions a system of underwater audio devices that will emit a sound unpleasant to seals owners Willie plant in check and Kevin McCarthy say that if the seals leave the area, the great white sharks, that eat them will stay away. WB SM sports. The Red Sox renewed. Their rivalry with the Yankees tonight in the Bronx. First pitch at seven ten with the pre game on WB SM beginning at six ten mostly cloudy and cooler than average again this afternoon. Temperatures will be topping out in the sixties range this evening. Another round of rain will come through, and there, may, maybe if you have your downpours.

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"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"bedford charter school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The biggest stories on the south coast from the WBZ newsroom. Here's Tim Weisberg. This. He's WBZ news. Forty four degrees under cloudy skies. Thirty say to New Bedford men found dead in an apartment last night died of a suspected drug overdose. The Bristol County district attorney's office as a fifty year old male resident of the union street address and a twenty eight year old male friend of his were found unresponsive just before midnight last night by a roommate in the living room of their apartment. The two men were pronounced dead at the scene while the toxicology report on the pending the DA's office has cut plastics draw with a white powdery residue was discovered on the coffee table near the two men. While plans for the expansion of a New Bedford charter school or approved. Another school was placed on probation during yesterday's board of elementary and secondary education meeting. The board voted to play city on a hill. New Bedford on probation a recommendation made by state education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley Riley made the recommendation in January eleventh memo to the board proposing conditions of probation that would require major improvements. So the schools adherence to a charter and academic program and performance board members cited high absenteeism is one of the factors for probation. ABC disposal has informed. The city of New Bedford that they'll continue to experience delays on some of their roots in the city ABC will continue to collect until dark tonight. ABC asks any residents who is trash and recycling was not picked up today to leave their receptacles on the street. ABC crews will complete any delayed roots tomorrow morning. At a Massachusetts, doctor who aronie Asli removed a kidney from the wrong patient has received a reprimand from the state the telegram and gazette reports and the story Tuesday that the state board of registration and medicine issue. It's reprimanded. Dr anchor power week last month after he admitted to the error. The board says in two thousand sixteen zero urologist removed a healthy kidney from sixty five year old Albert Hubbard junior after mistakenly reading the cat scan of another man with the same name who had has had his abdomen scan the same day, the state cataloged three mistakes on Perec's part and said it fell below the standard of care including electing to remove the Kinney despite observing. It wasn't heavy with tumors per week. Did not return a message left. Worcester office on Wednesday news time four zero five and WBZ FM sports. The Celtics are home tonight against the Cavaliers the Bruins are off until Tuesday when they'll face Abegg.

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