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Tatum scores 36, Celtics rally to hold off Bulls 123-119
"Jayson Tatum and Malcolm Brogdon combined for 61 points as the Celtics held off the bulls one 23 one 19 Tatum had 36 points and 12 rebounds in his 8th straight game with at least 20 points He also set career highs with 17 made free throws and 20 attempts Brockton had 25 points on 9 of ten shooting in Boston's second win in three games Jalen Brown added 16 points to the victory The bulls entered a two game winning streak despite demar Derozan season high 46 points Nikola vucevic had a 24 points and 12 boards for Chicago I'm Dave ferry
Hoskins' HR in 10th inning lifts Phillies past Pirates 4-2
"Rhys Hoskins belted a two run Homer in the top of the tenth pushing the Phillies past the pirates four to two Hoskins capped his four hit night by taking the third pitch he saw from Duane Underwood and depositing it beyond the center field wall His 20th home run gave the fills their third straight win Hoskins also tied the game with an RBI single in the 7th Sir Anthony Dominguez retired the pirates in order to force extra innings and Connor Brockton worked a perfect bottom of the tenth to pick up his first career save Keep Brian Hayes homeward for the bucks I'm Dave ferry
"brockton" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Green team, you know? I think with green team, I think it goes a lot, a lot about my past experiences with people and I think with recycle and reuse, you know, especially the reuse factor. There's a lot of good stuff that we get that people that people ultimately are getting rid of, really quality, high stuff, and if we're able to actually go ahead and give the stuff that we have here to help furnish an apartment for somebody that's getting back on their feet, you know, or help a mother, we've gone down a Brockton, she had her son and hers, you know, they rely on the floor. Hardly, but they had no they didn't even have a calcium bed or anything. And we were able to just come up and fully furnish an apartment for them. And then, you know, she was so thankful for it. So I think green team a lot with the community community work that we do. I think it really comes from a lot of my background and wanting to get back and help people that are in need. You know, I think a lot of people in today's society, how can I say this? I don't want to offend anybody, but I feel as though sometimes people are more self centered, more greedy in a way. You look on the look at the needy as people that just they don't have a chance in life to make it. And you really don't know what that person's really been through, where they born right into a house of substance abuse. They sexually abused as a child. You know, so you really don't know about that individual as to why they're in that state of mind. Now, trust me, I'm not for the ones if they're just lazy and they can't go out and work and they're just trying to feed off the system. I have no respect for those people. Because you know I can get a job, go get a job. You know, but the ones that are really, you know, have had trouble times. And they've tried and, you know, their path. It's been sorrow and stuff. I think society needs to look on those people and not turn around and just throw them away. If you're trying to help yourself, you know, and you're trying to make a better of yourself..
"brockton" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"The winter we would hope that the pandemic might start subsiding in our part of the world. At least then of course you have the strains that would be on the health system by people who suffered long term damage a some of them might not even know about it. Do you think that he's going to become a problem. Well you picked it up really out of twenty people who get kobe. We can be pretty sure old one or two of them would actually stay sick for weeks even months. I'm sure there are listeners. Who are gonna be saying. Yeah that's me. I think happened work right since i had my covert my brain feels mushy or i get short of breath or chest pain and i just wanted to say this is real and what happens. Is the virus actually scars some of the tissue in the body and its type scarring that leads to to long term problems and they go down over time but they do stick around for some months. So i'm going to say yes. There will be a lot of long kobe. all over the world and it's going to be around one in twenty and then maybe people who with their long surveyed have quite a lot of mental distress. And just don't feel good about themselves about the family situations or their workplaces so in summary i would say let all be understanding of the fact that this curve it has long term challenges for many people and just be tolerant and it's tricky because these people will also not feel good about themselves so we need to be not only understanding of the fact that their their performance may be affected for a bit but also a really sympathetic empathetic. Even more to the they'll be feeling brockton about it. Yes that's the autumn. Could there be those who don't even know the have that damage just yet. Totally totally i mean. I think that applies to all of us that we we don't know because we don't know whether it's just feeling out of sorts after illness or whether there's actually some scarring and also we weren't always find it out because in many parts of the world health services have huge queues of people needing to get attention and the answer is the get the front of the queue and so it may be quite some time before you can get seen by a specialist to find out whether the headaches you're suffering or whether the shortness of british suffering or whether the chest pain or suffering seems to be related to any tissue scarring so yes you may not know it..
"brockton" Discussed on The Chalene Show
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"brockton" Discussed on Plant Strong
"It's like they have. They're staring at the answer all the time and yet i don't know if it's a being rebellious or they just feel such an attachment to their to the old food so i'm going to transition so because you guys you have a quote in the health span solution in its. You will find your new favorite foods but it won't likely happen until after the old food has been off the plate for some time it's a transition you know. I've loved food. I consider myself a foodie. Like you know that's it matters to me. I'm passionate about food i want. I love my food. I love to enjoy and savor every bite. I'm like that's i built my entire career on food. And but you know it's an it's a chained when you're used to certain things when you're used to especially at hyper palpable palette. That most people are the standard western diet that is it's so like dopamine hitting and it so it lights up your brain certain way that transition to simpler whole foods takes a period of time and there's biochemistry and physiology to explain all this like not any broken bones. Broken were just used to eating a certain way. And i always like an to learning a new language. You learn a few new letters. In words you get a few new ingredients ingredients that you may be never tried and then you translate that into sentences and paragraphs with new recipes that you find your new favorite recipes that you love that. You should love your food. I think everyone don't don't if you hate brockton. Don't eat broccoli. There's a million other things that you've done and then you become fluent becomes your language. You look at the plate of different way. It's it's delicious. i love to eat and i. i always have a goal of. I used to have these big gatherings of. I'd have friends and family over and my goal was always to get everyone to leave very very full and very very happy and to and they still say. I can't believe there was no animal products you know that was like tenth and through their tummy. Rate like you do that. Really well too. It's like food matters. Well i was tell people. That's how i got a bunch of texas male firefighters to do this right by just taking their favorite foods and just plant strong applying them right right so so so as they said this is man tastic right so you said that i book you wrote it in six weeks..
"brockton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Police cruisers in Brockton now stocked with life preservers and ropes and more than 40 squad cars, especially with the spike in drownings in the area. They're doing what they can To help out Brockton Mayor Robert Sullivan. We unfortunately had recently lost to residents to drowning and again, the police officer that lost his life up in Worcester and just yesterday in Castle Island. So even though we're not a waterfront community, we do have a lot of pawns in the city of Brockton and Historically police, usually the first on scene in the city of Brockton, also offering free swimming lessons in the city. For those ages, 13 to 20. Swimmer who drowned Thursday off South Boston, identified as 19 year old jewel Oliver's to share a of Boston to share a and his brother swimming about 150 yards from shore when the victim's brother Swam underwater, and when he resurfaced, he couldn't find his brother. Lifeguards entered the water rescued the brother, but it was six hours later that members of the Massachusetts State police dive team Located two Shayera in an area where the depth about 30 ft Deep. He was transported to shore and was pronounced dead at the scene Governor Charlie Baker finally, legislation that would increase fines for swimming outside of designated waterfront areas. The bill would boost the maximum 5 to $500 for entering waters on Department of Conservation and Recreation Property not designated for swimming. 87 to Wall Street now and business with Bloomberg. After a spring a very public and very damaging cybersecurity attacks and Israeli startup has scored a half billion dollars to help companies bypass user passwords in favor of biometrics cannot even be done. Yes, says the Enderle Group's Rob Enderle. They should be used as an alternative to passwords and probably part of any dual factor authentication system, he says. That's an almost 40 year old recommendation, by the way. And much easier to do now because many of us are already using biometrics. If you look at business notebooks there almost all fingerprint readers and infrared cameras smartphones, too. And with the World Economic Forum, putting in almost $3 million per minute cost of the global economy from cybercrime. With 80% of attacks, password related. The cost of switching to biometrics is relatively small. Even with more expensive infrared cameras. We're talking maybe tens of dollars, as opposed to hundreds of dollars to make it work. I'm John Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up at 8 15. The Boston Pops performing tomorrow on the fourth, but not at the hat Shell and we'll also have the very latest on a state police search for people said to be armed. In Wakefield. Guys..
"brockton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Looks like the fog is even rolling in little more than it was. Couple hours ago. We're at 59 degrees and police advising drivers to avoid route 95 in the Wakefield area. There are reports of a search underway for armed suspects again. Police advising drivers stay away from the route 95 area in the Wakefield stretch. There is police activity. Underway. We'll get to the very latest information on this story as it becomes available, and it has been quite a fluid situation over the past few hours, the National Transportation Safety Board sending investigators to Hawaii To look into what caused a cargo plane to make an emergency water landing minutes have to take off from Honolulu early yesterday, pilots reporting engine failure before making the landing. NBC News consultant Tom Hunter is a former NTSB director of the Office of Aviation Safety, He says there's a good chance investigators will be able to recover the cockpit voice recorder and the flight data recorder. The initial reports say the airplane sank in about 150 Ft of water. Um, that's lucky. It's not too deep, so chances of getting the recorders back are very good. Both pilots were rescued and are in serious condition. With the spike in drownings in our area lately. Brockton police cruisers being equipped with life saving equipment to handle water emergencies. Just Brockton Mayor Robert Sullivan Wonderful collaborative approach with Brockton police and the Black it Housing authority. Where 40 different life rings and lifelines have been acquired so that every Brockton police and school Police cruiser will be equipped. So life preservers and ropes put in more than 40. Brockton police cars yesterday just in time. For the holiday weekend. The city is also offering free swimming lessons for those 13 to 20 years old 77 Wall Street now in business with Bloomberg, What a streak for the S and P 507 record highs and seven trading days. That hasn't happened since 1997. Wall Street's other major averages also finished at new highs today, the NASDAQ's record the second this week. The Dow's is the second in the last month, Dow industrials jumped 153, the S and P gained 32, the NASDAQ climbed 1 17. Helping to fuel the rally was today's government report that the economy picked up 850,000 jobs in June. At that rate, the U. S could erase all of its pandemic job losses in just eight more months. Americans have been stocking up on beer and hard seltzer for the holiday weekend, and investors are stocking up to on shares of beer and hard seltzer makers. Molson Coors, Boston Beer and Constellation Brands have reversed the hits they took at the outset of the pandemic. Wall Street, analysts say the reopening of bars and restaurants leaves more room for growth. I'm Larry Cough. SKI Bloomberg BUSINESS on WBZ Boston News radio coming up at 7 15. This if he weather for the next couple of days, really shaking up a lot of people's plans for the fourth, not commuting to work anymore. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio and get news Check in with us on WB, right in your kitchen. These are the.
"brockton" Discussed on Unorthodox
"You cigarette texas. You had many of those on. Well no i started in manhattan on the upper west side. I was born up there. And and then i my dad moved to galveston texas. You know which was a big outlet for menges came into their right. He was a holocaust survivor. Any survived auschwitz in buffalo than he needed to be warm weather so we we moved down to florida and to galveston and then in nineteen sixty those big hurricane so he wanted to be back east so we moved to a brockton massachusetts where he can't there and you know being a candidate son. You travel hackensack jersey for thirty. Two years i was raised. My dad was orthodox. Synagogue was conservative and the people reform so we love everybody. They are true. Trans denominational man. So how you get into the rock business. So i started. I won't be my brothers band. My brother had a jewish rock band called the roots revival. These play behind slow maekawa and as to do their own gigs. And i was terrible. You know i play bass. I wasn't good and i was twenty years old my dad. So why don't you book the band. You can book six pants and night and the son of kanter. Listen to my dad. And i started in jewish music and then i went to the jewish press..
"brockton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brockton died. Police say he worked for a local landscaping company had gone to the water to cool off with some coworkers. Already say the incoming tide as the victim yelled for help. The situate Fire Department dive team practicing nearby responded immediately, According to some residents, the bridge where the men jump in isn't normally considered dangerous. It's a spot where kids Go swimming all the time to three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic of the threes We are brought to you by Dana Farber, Brigham and Women's Cancer Center. Mike where we're starting. Why don't we start south of the city here? Ben Looks like the afternoon rush is underway. Already the South and expressways all stop and go from the tunnel to the gas tank. Not terrible after that. Northbound. You've got brake lights coming up to furnace Brook Parkway up through Savin Hill and up towards the tunnel to how about Route three South Wales slow going from Union Street. All the way to derbies. Treatment or found is slow to 28 up to hang him. Oh, Route three North is also backed up a bit to Kingston. It's roadwork going on. Can you imagine today on that hot pavement? Yeah. They're up after Route three A, which is now exit 18, the lower end of 1 28 good, So it's 24 now up to the north on 1 28 north. We've got delays coming up to Lexington route 38 the past 93 health Beyond is pretty bad from Walnut Street in Lynnfield down into Wakefield. That's a few miles there. And Route one north. You're familiar Stop and go coming up past Route 60 and Lynn Street in Revere downtown, the lower decks, Okay, but the backup starts on the second bridge tough through the South bound tunnel. My king, deputy BCS traffic on the three another hot and humid day here. Heat advisories are in effect until seven o'clock tonight. We've had temperatures that have broken a record in Boston 96 so far had Logan. That's one degree better than the.
"brockton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Offering to give her a ride. Child kept right on walking right to the safety of her friend's house after the episode that took place reportedly around six o'clock Tuesday night, Police have released a composite sketch of the suspect. A white man likely in his thirties black hair, dark eyes, bushy eyebrows. Driving a black sedan. Ducks very high schools. Longtime athletic director is out. Officials say they are not renewing the contract of Tom Holgate. After 19 seasons, he becomes the third in the Sports department in Duxbury to be forced out following scandals in both the high school football and hockey programs. Brockton High School Volunteer football coach is now under arrest on child rape charges carry Louis Jean is being held on bail charges, prosecutors say did not involve a member of the Brockton public schools. It's 9 50. A new find has reportedly been unearthed in China. Details from CBS's Jim Crow Sulla Fossils of extinct cousin of today's rhinoceros, taller than a giraffe have been filed in China, one of the largest land animals ever roam to what is now Tibet and Pakistan More than 25 million years ago, the colossal animal would have weighed up to 24 tons. Four times heavier than today's African elephants. It's the latest known species in a group of giant horseless rhinos that lived across Central Asia. Beginning 50 million years ago. Jim Crow. Still the CBS News a long week is coming to an end outside Chicago in Illinois, and maybe not for a lot of people, many of those people who were forced from their homes after a chemical plant explosion. Are still waiting to go home air quality is the concern near what's left of the chemical plant and rocked in Illinois 1000 people in a one mile radius were evacuated in order that remains in place. Days later, officials are still monitoring the air and debris. Dr. Sandra Martel with the Winnebago County Health Department says they're being cautious. You take out that dust and if it's something that's contaminating, you travel around the county. It's kind of like coronavirus, you're spreading.
The Marvelous Marvin Hagler Honored With Celebration in Brockton, MA
Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach
"Released the name of the armed robbery suspect killed by a state trooper in Quincy 36. Year old Eric Leach, with past known addresses in Winthrop and Brockton, Norfolk, D. A. Michael Morrissey says Leach was shot as he exited the Rockland Police Cruiser. He drove away from the scene of a reported armed robbery of a convenience store, the numerous request his surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect. Leach was taken to Boston Medical Center but did not survive. An offer D A's office is investigating. Boston's
Boston Among Dozens of Massachusetts School Districts Delaying Return to Classrooms
"To delay full time in person elementary school learning, making the request. Pushed back the start until April 26 So far, the states approved 58 requests for delayed learning, including a request from Brockton Public schools. Six Waiver requests have been denied. The others are being reviewed. Those include Boston and Worcester Without waivers, elementary schools in Massachusetts will be required to have full time in person instruction. Five days a week. Starting on Monday. April 5th. Not everyone wants Boston to get a waiver. In fact, there's a petition started on change dot or calling for the waiver to be rejected by Commissioner Riley. The petition says they research and Massachusetts medical community overwhelmingly supported returned to full in person learning. Those families who choose it and goes on to say granting a waiver to BPS, the state's largest urban school district would constitute another significant failure of care to Boston's Children. Today is national Equal
‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight In Boston's Brockton Neighborhood
"Arson fires this week, the worst of which destroyed an historic building of the Brockton fairgrounds. Four members of the far right group, Proud Boys face new
Boston Area Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Brockton Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight
"Go to Brockton, where our reward is being offered in a string of suspicious fires in the city. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Police are beefing up patrols right now, so Parties have released a picture of a person of interest wanted for questioning in connection with the four arson fires and burglary in Brockton early Wednesday morning, right the police chase, the suspect lost that suspect they'll continue the process today with the state police the fire marshal Mayor Robert Sullivan says the first fire around one AM destroyed the old State House building on the Brockton Fairgrounds resident Peg Cruise drove out to the scene to see what was left of the historic building was in that building as a kid on the fair was here, and they had all kinds of displays. And they're very, very sad. They were also to brush fires that DW fields parking outside a school on West Street. The fourth place occurred at Rocky Marciano Stadium. The fires are thought to be connected to a burglary that took place around the same time at the West Gate Mall.
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Middleweight Champion of the 1980s, Dies at 66
"Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, died yesterday in New Hampshire. WBC. Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew Hagler When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them. Has good position on new. Let me a lot of people around here lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stole fight from Marvin. I felt modern, won the fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who fought out of the same Brockton. Jim as Hagler. Remember one time right before he thought Thomas Hearns. Remember, I did something wrong. He jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano when Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, and he knows just where it should go spot for. That would be maybe over like it. Master story Community College where Marvin Hagler does have the scholarship fund over there.
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Middleweight Champion of the 1980s, Dies at 66
"Marvin Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, died yesterday in New Hampshire. WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew him When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them. That's a good decision on knew a lot of people around here. Lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stolen fight from Marvin. I felt modern. One fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who thought out of the same Brockton Jim as Hagler. Remember one time right before he thought Thomas Hearns. Remember, I did something wrong. Jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano when Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, And he knows just where it should go. Take a great spot for that would be maybe over like it. Master story Community College where Marvin Hagler does have the
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Boxing Legend And Brockton Native, Dies
"Marvin Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, has died. He died yesterday at his home in New Hampshire. WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew Hagler When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them knew a lot of people around here lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stolen fight from Marvin. I felt modern, won the fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who thought out of the same Brockton Jim as Hagler. Remember one time before he What? Thomas Hearns. Remember I did something wrong. He jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano in Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, And he knows just where it should go. Great spot. That would be maybe over like a massive story Community college where Marvin Hagler does have the scholarship fund over there. Suzanne Sarsfield, WBC Boston's news radio, and Hagler leaves behind his brother. Robbie Simms, who still lives in Brockton, and trains and works out at Cappie Yellows boxing
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Boxing Legend And Brockton Native, Dies At Age 66
"Native Marvelous Marvin Hagler has died. His wife, Kay, posting on social media that Hagler passed away unexpectedly at his home in New Hampshire yesterday. Marvelous Marvin Hagler began his boxing career training, with the Petronella brothers and Brockton eventually raining as the undisputed Middleweight champion from 1982 1987 62 wins three losses to draws 52 knockouts in a career spanning from 1973 to 80 70 successfully defended his middleweight title, 12 Times. Before losing to Sugar Ray Leonard in a controversial decision at Caesars Palace in Vegas. Back in 87 he never fought after that moved to Italy got into acting marvelous Marvin Hagler passing away yesterday at the age of 66. President Biden
Outside Boston, Revere, Brockton Secure COVID-19 Vaccines For Teachers, School Staff
"Radio, the pandemic and getting back to school. The struggle goes on and on and on a rally in Revere last night and again today demands administrators Back off pressuring teachers with medical issues to return to in person learning more from WBC TVs on a Mylar. It has been nearly a year since students were inside the buildings. Schools are now working on rolling out their hybrid plans, and students could be back within a few weeks. The superintendent says. They're taking all the necessary safety precautions. Masks and social distancing will be required, and the district is also working on setting up weekly covert testing. Many teachers are eager to get back. But those with high risk medical conditions say they shouldn't be forced to teach in person right now, Teachers have been told that their option is to take unpaid leave or to come back into the classroom. Districts need to be honoring medical medical notes and doctors and the mayor says that the Revere Board of Health will be holding a vaccine clinic for hundreds of public school teachers and staff. As soon as
Sharp Questions Fly at GameStop Hearing; Citadel CEO Testifies
"Online brokerage firm Robin Hood and read it facing probes by the Departments of Justice, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and both chambers of Congress. That investigation and some sharp questions on display today's congressional hearing. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the stock of the video game retailer shares soaring this last month to above $480 a share. Keep in mind that was up from just $18.84 on January 2nd of 2021 the surge fueled in part by an army of an individual traders, they were buying shares and options and trying to squeeze out the hedge funds who were shorting the stock. Now, the episode has led to questions about the markets integrity. It's also set up a zoo said Just a moment ago, US. There is a federal investigations into market manipulation. Prosecutors have subpoenaed information from brokers like Robin Hood, then the online brokerage company that many individual investors used to trade. Gamestop is one of a zealous other stocks among those testifying Keith Gil. He is with the Chicago based hedge Fund Citadel LLC. I'm happy to discuss with the committee my purchases of Gamestop shares in my discussions of their fair value on social media. It is true that my investment in that company multiplied in value many times for that. I feel enormously fortunate. I also believe the current price of the shares demonstrates that I've been right about the company. A few things I am not. I'm not a cat. I'm not an institutional investor, nor hedge fun. I do not have clients and I do not provide personalized investment advice for fees or commissions. I'm just an individual whose investment in Gamestop and post on social Media were based upon my own research and analysis. I grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts. My family was not wealthy. My father was a truck driver in my
Pacers snap 4-game skid with 111-95 win over Pistons
"The Pacers four game losing streak is over after the Montesa bonus had twenty six points eight rebounds and eight assists in a one eleven ninety five decision over the pistons Malcolm Brogdon added eighteen points and Jeremy lamb scored seventeen for the Pacers who posted a season low ninety four points in a loss to Brooklyn on Wednesday the game was tied at fifty two into Brockton had ten points and Myles Turner added nine while Indiana was outscored Detroit thirty to eighteen in the third quarter Josh Jackson had a team high eighteen points for the pistons who missed their first eight three point attempts and finished five for twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie
‘We Tried Getting Him Help,’ Man Charged With Killing 70-Year-Old Father In East Bridgewater Home
"A man is under arrest accused of killing his own father in East Bridgewater Monday evening, Police were called to 1 37 Cedar Street, where they found a 70 year old man who was dead of apparent head trauma. Ah family member told WCVB that her brother, 42 year old Stephen Walcott, had killed their father also named Stephen Walcott. She said the brother had been suffering from mental illness. The younger Walcott was arrested by detectives in Brockton. He's charged with one count of murder and one count of violating a restraining
"brockton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Drive Thursday and Friday with eyes in the twenties Vacuum Weathersby Barson WBZ Boston's dues radio 27 degrees right now in Boston, a Brockton man's being held without bail. He pleaded not guilty today to killing a 70 year old father and East Bridgewater. Last night, Stephen Walcott Jr. Arraigned in Brockton District Court, authorities say he and his father, Steven Sr. Got into a verbal argument before Walcott Jr allegedly beat his father to death. WBC TV's on a Mylar spoke with the victim's daughter, Lisa Walcott. Officials say the investigation led detectives to a home in Brockton, where they took 42 year old Stephen Walcott into custody. He says the suspect is her brother and that he has suffered from mental health issues for a long time. My brother's mental illness got got hold of him. He couldn't get the help that he needed. That's what the problem was. Neighbors came out of their homes to try to comfort Lisa. Left dealing with an impossible situation, missing her dad and seeing her brother in police custody. Walcott Juniors Next court appearance is set for March 8th Federal officials revealing today what they have uncovered about the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash last year. The NTSB is focusing on pilot disorientation is the probable cause for the helicopter crash. Investigators believe the pilot experience what's known as spatial disorientation where a person could not tell if the aircraft is going up or down. It was thick fog in the area where the crash took place in the NTSB says the pilot once against his training by flying into the clouds, Kobe Bryant and eight others were killed in the crash. There was no sign of mechanical failure. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS, Los Angeles five Away, We head off to Wall Street, a split it day for the markets today. Andrew Oh Dae is that Bloomberg, but the one that didn't go up set a record. Yeah. How's that hit a new high of 20 points to eight points north of 14,000 for the first time about 14 K, of course. You have. The two main indexes backed off their record highs from yesterday. Dow Downtown S and P 500 down four Cupid 19 forced people to stay in their homes and on their phones, many of them glued to Twitter that help the company increase its number of users 26% last quarter and rake in more advertising revenue than forecast. But his life returns hopefully to something like normal people will find other things to do, and growth will slow starting in the spring. Following that forecast. Twitter stock is down in after hours trades. Angelo Day. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Have a great day You say plenty of news happened during your assume call. Tell your smart speaker to play.
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"Radio. It's 7 19 clouds have taken over here in Boston. We've got snow on the way it's cold everywhere. 22 here in the city Mayor Pete is in quarantine. Newly installed transportation Secretary Pete Buddha jets will be a home for the next 14 days after a security aide tests positive for Corona virus, and Texas Congressman Ron Wright has died. The Republican becomes the first sitting member of Congress to die from Corona virus. Complications covered bridges are a part of the New England landscape, but it's covered bridge down in Vermont Fire flattens a more than century old covered bridge. The town of Troy officials are not even sure they have enough money to rebuild it. In Brockton, Hometown track star turned stock market guru Keith Gil running down a dream in the city of champion, whether indoors around people running faster Brockton High for a long, long time, one of whom was Gil, himself, a Brockton High Hall of Famer who ran his way to all American status and Stonehill. So the fact he mentioned delivering a state of the art facility caught nobody off guard. The first thing everyone said it was they weren't surprised. Can't say enough good things about him. But if suggested, doesn't become reality. Brockton High head coach John Hidalgo understands, though he still believes it would be a huge boom. There's a need for it, Larry always driving into the Reggie Lewis Center, and that's the only game in town and sometimes the dates and the times. I'm not very conducive for the student athletes we'd be able to host me to you around will be really special and not just for Brock and all the surrounding communities. Kriss Farm But WBZ Boston's news radio 7 20 You look at entertainment news now brought to us by find mass money dot com the mega mansion from Shits Creek familiar to streaming viewers. Is now on the market, and it can be yours for $15 million. Think of it this way alone. A property in Canada in Ontario. More accolades coming from bank, The Citizen Kane Origin Story scores 12 nominations for this year's critics Choice Awards. The Netflix film also leads the pack in the Golden Globes, and we're saying goodbye this morning to a supreme talent. Mary Wilson, an original member of the Supremes. Has died. Wilson, along with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, were the most successful act of the legendary Motown record label. And in the 19 sixties, they dominated with 12 number.
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"Morning, A Brockton man is under arrest in the East Bridgewater case over 7500 vacant appointments for vaccinations across the state Governor Baker urging those 75 older to dial 211 for help. The Celtics are in Utah. Tonight, they will be taken on the Jazz and another Super Bowl in the books and even bigger challenge is about to play out on grid irons across the United States. Baby sees Andy Field telling us the vaccination rollout. Is looking to hit its stride. Thanks to some help from the NFL. After just a few weeks in office, President Biden says his team is fixing the slow pace of vaccinations We committed to do, uh, 100 million vaccinations in the 1st 100 days, and we're exceeding that the president and Vice President Harris taking a virtual tour of Arizona State Farm Stadium, or federal workers, including National Guardsmen and FEMA, are helping more citizens get vaccinated now. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington In a letter sent to President Biden, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, saying every NFL stadium can become Vaccination site. Well, optimism aside, scientists are now shifting their focus on a new and more dangerous variant of the virus. CBS is Meg Oliver has more cases of the more contagious Varian, first detected in the UK are doubling nearly every 10 days. It could become the dominant strain in just a few weeks already, and at least 34 states, including New Jersey, where it's having an impact University Hospital in Newark now seen a nearly 50% increase in admissions. These variants do is encourage us to vaccinate people faster. More people are vaccinated, the more we will be closer to herd immunity. But today, South Africa announced they're stopping the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine, saying it does not provide adequate protection against mild and moderate cases of the dominant variant there at 5 17 cases of Corona virus in the United States to continue to drop by some 14% over the past week. Covert vaccines still shown to be effective against a UK variant of the virus. It's now infected. 34 states and U. S. Officials consider forcing all domestic air passengers to prove a negative Corona virus test. Before taking a trip. A negative test is already required for all international travelers. All told, there are currently more than 80,000 people still hospitalized with covert in the United States, and for those lucky enough to recover from the virus, the medical bills are piling up. For patients who have survived the most severe covert cases. Being alive may feel priceless. But making it through is not many health insurance companies are waving out of pocket costs, but there are still loopholes that's not good for them. It's also not good as a signal. People who we want to be tested and treated. Anthony Wright works with California's health care advocacy coalition. So the loopholes or what is considered over 19 treatments and this in the context of is your plan regulated at the state or the federal level, and what consumer protections applies. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles 5 18 a historic moment on Capitol Hill as former president Trump's second impeachment trial is getting underway today. House, arguing the former president as responsible for the mob that stormed the capital building over a month ago. His lawyers argue the trial is unconstitutional and that the former president was exercising his freedom speech when he told supporters to fight like held overturn his election defeat. Two thirds vote of the Senate is needed for conviction. So what can we expect on day One of the proceedings? A veces Andy Field has a preview. As with most things in the Senate, this trial won't start run away first four hours of arguing if it's even constitutional to try a president after he's out of office, there isn't likely enough votes to stop it. Then on Wednesday, House managers have 16 hours over two days to make their case. The Senate still hasn't decided if they'll allow impeachment witnesses and the Field. ABC NEWS Washington At 5 19 more trouble in Florida as a hacker reportedly gained access to a city's water treatment plant in an unsuccessful attempt to take the water supply. Officials in the city of Oldsmar, Florida, say the cyber suspect was able to briefly increase the amount of sodium hydroxide, but a worker on site was able to shut down the threat. No residents were harmed. Investigators say it's still not known who was behind that attack and new studies suggesting that climate change will lead to a dramatic increase in the acidity of the world's oceans could damage The waters off the coast of Massachusetts and cost the U. S. Shellfish industry around $400 million by the end of the century. It's now 5 20 will. The city of Brockton is a buzz after investment icon Keith Gil. Was involved in basically behind the whole game Stock Gamestop stock surge, saying he'd like to build an indoor track facility in his hometown even before the self made millionaire and native son mentioned his dream. The notion was being kicked around. We all just joking around. Really, Wouldn't it be crazy if he decided to build a track with the money like so if you hit the lottery, will you do because of facility of that kind in the city, which year in and year out, sends high school, cross country and track athletes to nationals and has captured 33 state? Titles. It would just be a game changer. Some of the student athletes really do have more potential, and we've been able to show Brockton High Track coach John Fidalgo says.
Nearly 2,000 Vaccine Doses Spoiled At A Boston Hospital
"2000 doses of a covert vaccine. vaccine. We're We're spoiled spoiled at at the the Jamaica Jamaica Plain Plain v, v, a a hospital hospital after after a a contractor contractor accidentally accidentally unplugged unplugged the the freezer freezer while while cleaning cleaning staff staff realized realized the the 1900 1900 doses doses of the modern, A vaccine had been spoiled on Tuesday. The V. A health system is investigating the cause of the incident and why the alarm system didn't work, Officials said. More doses are on the way, Congressman Stephen Lynch commented today, saying he thinks they've corrected the problem but are waiting on a report from the inspector general. The engineering crew his command from the Via on rewired that those reasons so that that doesn't happen again. The doses that were were being kept here have been moved to Brockton. And to quest Roxbury while this cleanup operation is still ongoing, so for the time being, we think we've got the situation corrected.
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"804 01 66 81 804 01 66 81 or take the free skin at reputation, defender Dhaka No. The biggest stories on the south Coast from the WB. GSM standard Marine True Value newsroom face. He's W B S M news. In a rare move, the mayor of New Bedford is publicly expressing a beef with the Baker administration this morning, Mayor John Mitchell took to Twitter to express dismay that residents of southeastern Mass will have no convenient access to the states. Covert 19 vaccination sites. The closest one is Gillette Stadium, and that's It's from my house in the West end. That's about a 15 minute drive. I'm zero, Mitchell told WBS Simsbury, Richard that once again, the cash strapped cities of New Bedford and Fall River are being regarded as an afterthought by Beacon Hill. The state has identified numerous sites in the Boston Wooster in Springfield areas, but none on the South Coast and none on the Cape. Mitchell said he's working with Lieutenant Governor Karen Polito to fix the situation. And courtroom news. The jury trial of former fall River Mayor Chase All Korea has been moved to March 16th. It was supposed to be held in February. Korea faces multiple fraud charges and, among other things, is accused of extorting money from marijuana vendors who wanted to do business with the city. Two people were arrested on firearms charges after fleeing from police and Brockton and crashing their Mercedes Benz into a telephone pole that happened around 2 A.m.. This morning, Police arrested two young men, one from New York, one from Brockton. They found two loaded nine millimeter handguns, one with no serial number, in addition to an armored vest and large capacity ammo A Massachusetts doctor has been sentenced to seven years in prison for conspiring to distribute over 3.5 kg of amphetamines. 58 year old Leslie Kerosene e of Uxbridge appeared in federal court this week. It's alleged that a few years back kerosene he conspired with two other women to distribute Adderall for no legitimate medical reason They were hosting office visits at 200 Bucks a pop and people could walk away with a prescription. Did more than 1500 times equaling over 100,000 pills, according to federal prosecutors. And fall River Covert 19 testing is moving to the parking lot of Bristol Community College. You will need to make an appointment to get those tests go to the states. Stop the spread website to make your appointment. In sports. The Boston Bruins.
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"Arrested in Brockton for allegedly Impersonating an officer and others. Carlos Gomez Derosa of Boston, facing a number of charges, and police are still investigating to see if there may be more victims. Police say, among other things to Rose is accused of looking through people's mailboxes, claimed to be with the Salvation Army and allegedly stealing a wallet after saying she was a police officer and searching a Brockton home. Lots of television and movie productions were shut down because of covert concerns. Some film Ing's resumed Tom Cruise taking covert protocol seriously on the UK set off mission Impossible. Seven. The Sun reports, Cruises purchased two robots to patrol the set, making sure cast and crew adhere to safety mandates. The machines also are reportedly able to administer test to crew. Members on the spot source close to the matter describe the robots is being sophisticated and quote like the Terminator on Lee, not his violent who's made headlines last month when leaked audio surfaced of him yelling at two staffers who had violated social distancing guidelines. Next Wednesday. Joe Biden will be sworn in as the nation's 46 president. The normally big and bold affair of Inauguration Day will be toned down, with many parts going online only still. WBC. Struble Holland tells us the stars will be out for the swearing in actor Tom Hanks is going to host and we believe this will be a mostly virtual show. A talented youngster with ties to Boston will be the inauguration poet 22 year old Amanda Gorman gonna be reading next Wednesday in Washington. Pretty cool. The stars are out in the music front as well. Lady gaga going to do the national anthem J. Lo, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato and John Bond. Movie also all on the bill and just added, We're hearing this morning. The Foo Fighters John Legend and the boss where.
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"Again in Boston right now, Sonny and 35 degrees It's called the Give Back with two case WBC's Chris Mama tells us about a guy who aims to help an entire community A good guy. It's a story about giving and a nonprofit started by a confessed sneaker head had always been a big part of me always felt like going back to school. Some kids don't have capability to catch me plenty. People have sneakers in the closet. I don't wear him and figured they could benefit kids in the community doing Cruise delivered 75 pairs of kicks that 1st August to underprivileged students in Brockton. The next year, he Added backpacks and school supplies. Four years later, when Covitz truck he was compelled to do more figured it was time that really pushed, you know, I'm gonna feed families in the community, so they give back added. Everybody eats and sneakers and backpacks became family dinners, full meals for Thanksgiving in November and shopping sprees for kids at Christmas. Anybody from Brockton already melons and you kind of stick together, but I just want to keep doing whatever I can. Chris Farmer WBZ. Austin's news radio. A New England tradition floods the market's down under It's cheap to buy lobsters in Australia right now. Late last year, China blocked imports of the Ozzy crustacean, leaving lobsters of plenty hot Australian seafood markets. Once considered an expensive menu item. It's now being served up as a cheap delicacy. Morning, noon and night at restaurants take out stores and at home in the kitchen. Sculpt Maimon for CBS News. Brisbane, Australia Fried Lobster is to die for all right, Coming up at 11 o'clock, The house continues to debate impeachment. Another live update straight ahead, way all know the most common.
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"Is tucked away here in Brockton High School. Have some 600 doses on hand in the state of the art fridge to make sure it stays say we adjust the temperature to minus between minus 25 degrees Celsius to minus 15, and that's the sweet spot for the vaccine. They have on hand, and that's what that's what arrange for the body that's arranged for the Mod era. The MO during a vaccine is being stored here at Brockton High and administered to first responders this week. Brockton has some 400 police fire and E. M s and total for the city. Not everyone is getting the vaccine because it's not mandatory and he does is not use will be going to the next population to be vaccinated at Brockton High School. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's news radio, well, it could have done better on Wall Street. Today. It's 7 38. Let's take a look and see the numbers now, and Bloomberg business stock traders decided last week's records were overextended. So today the Dow lost 89. NASDAQ fell. 166 S and P 500 down 20. Five last quarter. Carnival Cruise Line lost $1.9 billion, Although a bigger loss that forecast it's not a shock. Your revenue can't really go anywhere when your boats can't but in attorneys call Carnival says it has enough cash on hand survive all of this year. And next year is looking really good. The CEO says bookings for the first half of 2022 are running ahead of bookings in 2019. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio, not commuting to work anymore. Tell your smart speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio and get news. Check in with us and w right in your kitchen. 30.
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"Eventually Alma get a chance to ask Marcus and I'll ask tell you them and brown and you know, who they have is, you know, that's that's when you find out the generation. Yeah, that's what I want to find out. It was an old job. You better but yeah, well, yeah, he is in fact that you know, he had Lou Brock's number on his tennis shoe when Lou Brock all that way so he but he but he wage but you know, he's he's all Saint Louis though and investing in New Brockton is Miss the Saint Louis so you can't grow up in that area. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, so that was some good stuff remember a couple of times you're saying he will recite like like hip-hop some of my favorite hip-hop and Ryan from for favorite rapper Brian from Jay-Z. I'm like man what you know about that is that Tatum Tatum and I'm like man, I want number one song want to tell him like I was bumping this album. You must have been three years
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"Funding for the Rural Education Achievement program, which gives money to 200 low income Rural school district's. That money was included in the year and government funding bill that passed last month, and it includes more than $2 million for rural schools in New Hampshire and Maine. A man was killed in a stabbing last night in Brockton, and has now been identified as James Jeanette of Brockton, a suspect, identified as Robert seven Yano and is in police custody charged with murder, he said to be arraigned tomorrow in Brockton District Court Stabbing happened at around 8 30 last night at a home on Lisa, Dr. Investigation is ongoing. 5 27, an animal rights group sues to stop the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut from getting five beluga whales, and they've succeeded. For now, At least the aquarium won't import the whales until March, 31st to allow a federal judge time to decide the case. The organization Friends of the Animals filed the lawsuit. The Are saying the whales would be harmed in transit from a Canadian aquarium. Meanwhile, Ocean scientists say they're alarmed about micro fibers and micro fabrics that are being found in oceans and seas all over the world. CBS is Roxana Saberi reports that while researchers still don't know what the effects might be in the long term, You say the food, plastics or the plastics could make it all the way up the food chain tow us Environmentalists say there are solutions like using special filters or bags and washing machines to catch some microfibers. Still, they say, what we really need to do is make and use less plastic. We can focus on buying clothes that no made of natural fibers..