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Massachusetts Gaming Commission Mandates Vaccines for Employees

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Massachusetts Gaming Commission Mandates Vaccines for Employees

"Are rolling up again at another state agency, WBC's Carl Stevens, explains. State Gaming Commission executive director Karen Well says, given the evidence concerning the safety of the covid vaccines and the fact that there needed to stop the spread of the virus Commission requirement is in order. I am recommending that we go with the executive branch and says something about the attorney general's branches policy to acquire fascinations of employee expected Massachusetts Gaming Commission. The commission approved it unanimously giving commission employees until September 9th to either show proof of vaccination or to get one scheduled. Then they have to get the shot by October 27th. The commission, which met remotely also voted to fully reopen its downtown Boston office on Federal Street on November 1st.

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‘Boston Back In Motion’ campaign aims to keep kids active as schools reopen

WBZ Overnight News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

‘Boston Back In Motion’ campaign aims to keep kids active as schools reopen

"Of Boston nonprofits are teaming up with the Red Sox and Bruins to try to get local kids physically active. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens. It's been a long year and a lot of kids learning at home have done a lot of sitting around. Well, now it's time to get back in motion. Boston Back in motion is the name of a new Web based exercise program for kids for the month of April. This is Elizabeth Paulie from the Boston Foundation. It's time to run and play and bring some joy back even as we're making good, healthy choices. There are incentives on the website for kids to participate to exercise. There will be appearances by local sports figures. City leaders even Wally the Green Monster is going to shepherd the kids through an exercise video.

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Child cancer cluster linked to contaminated water

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Child cancer cluster linked to contaminated water

"805 shedding new light on another type of cluster this one related to cancer cases found in Wilmington. It dates to the 19 nineties, and WBC's Carl Stevens says more on a decades long study, the state Department of Public Health Back in 1999 was alerted by authorities and Wilmington about an elevated level of childhood cancer. Nearly two dozen Children were diagnosed with cancer during the nineties. The department launched a lengthy investigation and the results just released suggest to cause the formerly contaminated water supply. Turns out the water supply was tainted with the chemical called ND Emma from a local chemical manufacturing facility that's no longer in business. In fact, there old operating space 53 acres is a Superfund site. The subject of a $48 million EPA

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Boston Public Schools Will Reopen for K-3 Students on Monday

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Public Schools Will Reopen for K-3 Students on Monday

"The horizon for Boston public schools with an announcement announcement from from there, there, Marty Marty Walsh Walsh on on Thursday Thursday where where Wolves Wolves talk talk about about the the declining declining virus virus infection infection rate rate in in the the city city and and announced announced it's it's time time for for kids kids to to get get back back into into the the classrooms. classrooms. It It will will be be the the first first time time that that our kids will be in school in nearly a year. It all starts with the youngest students next week. Starting next week, the week of March. 1st. We're inviting students in preschool and kindergarden through great three. To return in person learning Action additional 79, potentially an additional 7900 students for a total of 15,600 students that were back in our school's grades four through eight. Return March 15th and everybody else are much 29th. You said Parents can still locked out for remote learning if that's what they want. Carl Steven stop BBC

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Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Website To Be Tested With Thousands Of New Appointments Thursday

WBZ Overnight News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Website To Be Tested With Thousands Of New Appointments Thursday

"In Massachusetts will be available today, and Governor Charlie Baker insists the state's vaccine website can handle it. WBC's Carl Stevens. We all know what happened last week when all those vaccination appointments became available, and then the website crashed, Governor Baker says. That's not gonna happen again. This site has been upgraded to handle the traffic. And equipped with a digital waiting room with that basically means if there's high traveling, travel and traffic on the website, some users might be placed in the waiting room. The page will display more information about when you'll be allowed to proceed, but it's basically the equivalent of creating a line. But the governor urged everybody to be patient. There are around 50,000 new vaccination availabilities and around a million eligible people who want to get vaccinated the whole issue here. Requires a certain amount of patients. Carl Stevens WBZ

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Massachusetts reports 61 new COVID-19 deaths

WBZ Overnight News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts reports 61 new COVID-19 deaths

"Pandemic toll in the state now. 14,964 With the other numbers in the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health are moving in a much more positive direction. For example, the number of covert hospitalizations in the state is about 1000 fewer than around a month ago. Early more than 1300 now, and the estimated number of active covert cases in the Commonwealth is barely more than 50,000. Only 2.5 weeks ago, it was more than 90,000 Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio a day after the chaos had a Danvers vaccination site

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Massachusetts Reports Declines In COVID-19 Cases, Positivity As Death Toll Continues To Mount

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Reports Declines In COVID-19 Cases, Positivity As Death Toll Continues To Mount

"Numbers. There are 68 new confirmed covert related deaths in the state in this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health, bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts closer to 15,000. It's at 14,821. The number of covert patients in hospitals went up by 14 to 1401 with 324 in ICUs. The estimated number of active cases in the state right now continues to go down. It's now less than 56,000. That's after more than 1300. You confirmed cases and the seven day positivity rate remains below 3% For the third day in a row. It's a 2.96% Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news

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Downward trend continues as Massachusetts reports nearly 3,000 new COVID cases

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Downward trend continues as Massachusetts reports nearly 3,000 new COVID cases

"Positivity rate continues its downward trend in the state. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens, The latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows nearly 3000 newly confirmed cases of covert in the Commonwealth, but that's with a lot of tests 127,000 of them. The seven day positivity rate continues to go down to a year low 3.16% also it lows for the year. The estimated number of active covert cases right now fewer than 60,000 and the number of covert patients in hospitals that also keeps going down. It's barely above 1500. Two weeks ago, it was above 2000. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. It's nerve

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Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

"And when it comes to the latest Covad data in the Commonwealth, WBZ is Carl Stevens has the details. Its latest update from the state Department of Public Health has the highest cove in death toll that we've seen in more than a week. There are 80 newly confirmed deaths in this report, bringing the death toll to more than 13,700. There are more positive numbers to report, for example, the number of covert patients in hospitals is below 2900 for the first time in weeks, and the seven day positivity rate continues to go down. It's at around 5.5%. This is after more than 4900 newly confirmed cases, bringing the estimated number of active cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 89,000. Carl. Steven, stop him easy, Boston's news radio

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The latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in Massachusetts

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:07 min | 1 year ago

The latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in Massachusetts

"Covert update from the state Department of Public Health shows more than 2200 are hospitalized with Corona virus and the Commonwealth 451 in the ICU. 293 on ventilators. Seven day average positivity rate nearly 6.5%. Surgeon. The coronavirus cases forcing school district to put plans to reopen on hold. Saugus schools have been closed since last spring. They had hoped to reopen with a hybrid model next week, but the school committee voted to put that on pause. After hearing Superintendent David Jerusalem, talk about the recent sharp jump in virus cases and the concerns from parents concerns now a parent's of legitimately worried about putting the kids back into school. And their concerns don't lie with the school's ability to handle it. They're concerned with the interactions of other Children with other Children and families and everything going on in town, he said. Remote learning seems to be going well. So that's going to remain the educational reality in Saugus public schools until more people, especially school personnel. Get vaccinated. Carl Stevens WBC Boston's news radio. New

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COVID-19 updates: Mass. surpasses 13,000 deaths with 86 more deaths reported

WBZ Overnight News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 updates: Mass. surpasses 13,000 deaths with 86 more deaths reported

"In the latest covert numbers for Massachusetts. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens. This latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows the Commonwealth has reached another sobering milestone. More than 13,000 dead of the virus in the state. This comes with a report of 86 newly confirmed covert related deaths, bringing the total to 13,082. There are nearly 5300 newly confirmed cases, keeping the number of estimated active cases in the state to more than 90,000. There are 2200 covert patients in hospitals. That's high, but it is the lowest. That number has been in more than two weeks. There are 461 covert patients in ICUs. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. Norton Police are mourning the

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Marty Walsh: ‘I’m not going to Washington alone. I’m bringing Boston with me.’

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Marty Walsh: ‘I’m not going to Washington alone. I’m bringing Boston with me.’

"Boston Mayor Marty Walz says goodbye. We're city taking what loss. Not a day goes by that I'm not speaking with a grieving family member. Worker facing unemployment or small business owner struggling to hang on what is likely, most likely his final state of the city address before heading to Washington as labor secretary and the Biden administration and emotional mayor honors and praises the city that he says gave him a second chance and continues to give him hope. If anyone had any doubt as to how much the city of Boston means to Marty Walsh, all you had to do was listen toward the end of his state of the city address. They choke up a little wiped the finger across his I said he'd be leaving the job is mayor to become U. S Secretary of Labor. But he added on bringing Boston with me. I carry with me the people from Boston from every neighborhood. Every child who shared a dream with me. Every senior who shared a memory with me. Anyone watching right now who cares about their family and the future of this city who talked about the city meeting the challenges of the pandemic. He said He's talked to City Council President Kim Janey as she will soon take over as acting mayor, he said. We may be hurting, but the state of our city is deep down. Boston Strong Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news

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Massachusetts reports 5,396 new COVID-19 cases, 77 new deaths

BZ Flashback

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts reports 5,396 new COVID-19 cases, 77 new deaths

"The post holiday covert crushed continues with more than 90,000 estimated active cases of the virus right now in Massachusetts. That's according to the latest update from the state Department of Public Health, showing nearly 5400 new cases. With the seven day positivity rate of about seven and a quarter percent. We do continue to to see see a a decline decline in in hospitalizations. hospitalizations. There There are are 2255 2255 covert covert patients patients in in hospitals. hospitals. That's That's high, high, but but it's it's as as low low as as we've we've seen seen in in a a week week and and a a half. half. There There are are 77 77 new covert related deaths, bringing that total to 12,875. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio.

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Baker Extends Non-Essential Business Closure By 2 Weeks

WBZ Morning News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Baker Extends Non-Essential Business Closure By 2 Weeks

"Businesses in Massachusetts, once again told to cool their jets. Governor Baker extends restrictions With type guidelines for a little bit longer over breaker pointed out that since Thanksgiving, the spread of the virus has been relentless in Massachusetts, and hospitals are feeling the crunch. They need more relief for announcing new steps for hospitals to expand ICU capacity through a more flexible model and to try to contain the spread of the virus. He's extending the time period. Or limits on business capacity and outdoor gatherings there. Originally scheduled to expire January. 10th New date is January 24th unless they have to be extended again. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, 7

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Confirmed Boston COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Confirmed Boston COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise

"Rise. The latest coronavirus numbers from the state Department of Public Health WBS Carl Stevens, thanks to look at the day's numbers, the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts has now gone over 12,000 with 118 newly reported deaths among confirmed Covad cases. The latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health also shows more than 6100 newly reported cases and an eye popping seven day positivity rate of nearly 8.5%. The number of confirmed covert patients in hospitals across the state. Is it 2257 the number and ICUs 433 and the estimated number of active virus cases in the Commonwealth? People who've got the virus right now in Massachusetts, 78,810. Carl

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBC's Carl Stevens. The number that pops out in the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health is the seven day positivity rate it's above 7.5%. That's high compared to what we have been seen. There are more than 3600 newly reported cases, but the number of estimated active cases went down by a couple 1000. It's above 78,000. There are 2259 covert patients in hospitals across the state. That number went up hospitals across the state, by the way, are now at 84% of capacity. There are 58 newly reported deaths, bringing that total to 11,958. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. It's now 806 1st responders are expected to start receiving vaccines in the middle of January. However, some firefighters are saying That it is not soon enough. We get more details from WBZ TV is Christina Rex illustration from Massachusetts firefighters and say they don't know when or how they'll get the cove in 19 vaccine. We're seeing first responders across the country that I'm getting vaccinated. At the same time, President elect Joe Biden is warning distribution could take much longer than promise in the city of Attleboro. More than 20 firefighters of contracting Covert 19 local union president Paul Jake says the need to get firefighters vaccinated is urgent members of getting tested positive and getting thrown a virus in the line of duty and being exposed every single day. Firefighters state wider offering to help not only plan distribution but Mr Vaccines to their colleagues, since they're qualified as E. M. T s and it's now 807 on WBC news radio falling short on the vaccine rollout President elect Joe Biden now accusing the Trump Administration for what he claims is a slower than expected pace. President elect Joe Biden says the Trump Administration's rollout of covert 19 vaccines has been too slow. Few weeks ago, Trump administration's just 20 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of December, with only a few days left to December. We've only have actually in a few minutes so far, Mr Biden said, quote it's going to take years, not months to vaccinate the American people at the current pace. Biden also said he would oppose a mask mandate in areas where the federal government has jurisdiction. Jim Krystle is CBS does And you've always got us on the go with the I Heart radio app. It works great until you're smart device it home to play WBC news radio on I Heart radio. You've got us there.

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4,509 new COVID-19 cases, 81 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

4,509 new COVID-19 cases, 81 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

"Pandemic death toll here in Massachusetts has gone up significantly in the latest report from the Department of Public Health break down those numbers with WBC's Carl Stevens. The number that jumps out in this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health is the number of newly reported deaths among confirmed covert cases. 81 about twice as many as the previous day. That brings the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 11,630. There are around 4500 newly reported cases. But the number of estimated active cases went down for the second day in a row to a little more than 81,000. The number of covert patients in hospitals across the Commonwealth that went up again to 2066 62 more than the previous day. Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news

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Massachusetts reports more than 3,700 new COVID-19 cases, 41 new deaths

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts reports more than 3,700 new COVID-19 cases, 41 new deaths

"Newly confirmed covert 19 cases around the state. Total number of cases in the Commonwealth closing in on 315,000. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens. There are now more than 400 covert patients and ICUs across the state. 410 to be exact putting ICU statewide. It's 72% capacity. That is, according to this latest daily update from the State Department of Public Health, showing nearly 2000 virus patients in hospitals. That's out of more than 84,000 estimated active covert cases in the state. There are 41 newly reported deaths among confirmed covert case is bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 11,000. 506 Carl Stevens Still BBC Boston's NewsRadio

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Massachusetts Surpasses 300,000 Confirmed COVID Cases

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Surpasses 300,000 Confirmed COVID Cases

"Surpasses 300,000 confirmed cases of Copan 19 in the number of active covert cases in Massachusetts, now over 80,000. That's according to the latest update from the state Department of Public Health. We get the latest from WBC's Carl Stevens more than 5600. That's how many newly confirmed cases of the virus are Ordered in this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health. Ah, lot of us in Massachusetts are stick with this thing. Nearly 81,000 people. That's the estimated number of active virus cases right now. Number of covert patients in hospitals across the state went up by a couple to 1874. The number of covert patients in the ICU actually went down by more than a dozen 2 370. And the number of covert related deaths in this daily report. 53 bringing that total in the state to 11,358 Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Expressway. Northman has the filled in now from granted. Avenue stop and go, mostly stopped Right to Columbia Road. Lori granted WBC's traffic on the three and now the WBC four day AccuWeather forecast. We've got cloudy skies as we are starting to finally see some daylight out there and we'll be just above the freezing mark today, but Those clouds will be breaking up a bit this afternoon. So we will see some sunshine out there bitterly cold once again, then later tonight, down to a low of 20 Saturday, we're up to 34 degrees tomorrow, With some partly sunny skies lows down around 26 Sunday we're up to 40 degrees an afternoon shower in different spots, and then on Monday or up to 42 degrees under mostly cloudy skies, so We will start to see some more comfortable temperatures out there right now. It is still bitterly cold in different spots. Where at 21 degrees right now, in Gloucester, it is 24 degrees in dead um and Brockton right now. 24 degrees and Red 23 in Boston Under cloudy skies. It is 70 500 WBC news radio. The daily counts of new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, hovering near the 5000 mark WBC's Carl Stevens, breaking down the latest state health department stats. There are no more than 76,000 estimated active covert cases in the Commonwealth. That's according to the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health. Showing nearly 5000 newly confirmed cases. The seven day positivity rate remains above 6% at 6.2. Statewide hospitals are still at 85% capacity with 1871 covert patients in hospitals. Another 3 83.

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBC's Carl Stevens has the details the virus horses out of the barn and galloping across the Commonwealth. A lot of people Have covered the latest numbers from the state Department of Public Health show nearly 6500 newly reported cases. That's out of more than 111,000 tests. The seven day positivity rate his shot past 5%. It's a 5.29, bringing the estimated number of active cases in the state. More than 49,000 people. Number of covert patients in the hospital is up to more than 1300. The number of newly reported deaths among confirmed cases of the virus. 49 Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, coming up Governor Baker's saying when he expects doses of the vaccine to be available in Massachusetts what he had to say next Investors were sending the stock averages on a hunt for records. That changed after a report that visor will ship only half the number of covert vaccines expected this year because of supply chain issues. On Lee, the NASDAQ finished in record territory up 28 to 3 12,077. The Dow did at 86, the S and P dropped to it didn't help, either that California warned there will be lockdowns in specific areas if it's critical care units reach capacity with the surgeon covert cases. That surge is hitting the travel industry again. Delta Airlines says It'll burn through as much as $14 million a day this quarter. Southwest is warning its workers more than 6800 jobs are at risk they could be furloughed early next year is the company is trying to cut a half billion dollars in costs. Boeing was the one aviation company to get some.

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There's W B. C is Carl Stevens, Jessica Winder. Hsu Bo, the head of the Brookline Educators Union tells me that Sunday night teachers voted overwhelmingly to go on strike on Tuesday, she says it's because the school committee refuses to mandate 6 FT. Social distancing in the schools were not a gated community in Brookline were part of a greater Boston We have 500 Teachers that live in the city of Boston, a red zone. And they are bringing coming from their neighborhoods in the city, interpret line and going back every day when they're brought in the school, But the Brooklyn school superintendent tells me there are no plans to reduce the social distancing requirement in the schools. However, if things improve in the future, he would like the flexibility to do just that. Carl Stevens. W B C. Boston's news radio coming up, we'll check Bloomberg Business and Sports stocks notched broad gains on Wall Street as investors looked ahead to Election Day. The S and P. 500 climbed 1.2%, recouping some of its losses from a sharp selloff last week as more companies reported stronger profits in the July to September quarter that Wall Street had expected and reports on manufacturing came in better than forecast. On the day that I was up 423 points to 9 26,025. P S and P 500 gaining 1.2%, the NASDAQ up 4/10 percent. The pandemic, which has slammed many brick and mortar stores, has done great things for e commerce and not only for merchants but online payment systems after the closing Bell papal reported higher than forecast earnings for the just finished quarter, fueled by new account sign ups. Which jumped 55% from last year. Twitter said it will flag tweets from certain accounts, including those of presidential candidates who claim a US election victory before it's called by state election officials, or at least two of seven national media outlets. I'm Mark Mills Bloomberg Business on W. B C. Boston's news radio. Trusted for 100.

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"B C's Carl Stevens with the state's latest covert 19 figures, according to the state Department of Public Health. A number of newly reported cases of covert and the Commonwealth is at 725 7 Day Average of daily new cases, according to the dashboard from the Department of Public Health is 9 44. Nine Covert deaths are reported in this latest report. That's lower than it has been in the number of covert patients in the hospital is for 69 above 80 less than a week ago. There are 96 people in the I C u across the Commonwealth a week ago. That number was 105 Carl Stephen stubby, BBC Boston's news radio. It's Election Day. Polls open statewide at 7 A.m. and close at 8 P.m.. Secretary of state Bill Galvin says he expected turnout Ah 3.6 million, including 2.3 million already cast. Melvin is confident in the process due to the hotly contested Marquis Kennedy primary, big promise and sense of a record turnout. It was all new in away, having a significant portion of votes cast them by by mail. I think people have confidence in it and all the little problems that we discovered in the process where there was People accidentally getting the wrong ballot. We corrected when you're very transparent about. Galvin calls the president's comments about counting votes after Election Day. A common practice quote, appalling, disturbing and criminal at the Statehouse. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's news radio on the ballot in cos. Senator Red Marquis being challenged by Republican Kevin O'Connor. Fourth Congressional district voters will elect the state's newest house members, succeeding Joe Kennedy, who lost to Marquis in the September primary ballot Questions..

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Planting flowers was seven o'clock on a Saturday morning, The Sun was slowly asserting its dominance and Josh Judd Kearns was about to get the work. We are planting hydrangeas, mums and roses in the downtown Lin area. Josh is with Lin. Main streets helped coordinate the efforts of volunteers have spread out across the downtown area to baptize the urban soil with flowers. They were donated by local businesses. It was the idea of city councilor Rich Colucci was your idea. What? Why? We went to me and my wife went to the Azores in every street in the city all around the country that her head drinkers everywhere. Well, some might think of Lin and the Azores has geographical apples and oranges. They are also now flowers and flowers from Lynn Carl Stevens. W B. C. Boston's news radio 11 49 over the Belarus Nowhere in opposition leader who disappeared off the streets of Minsk has been found. Bill Zamfir has more government officials now say that Maria Kalashnikov a has been detained at the border with Ukraine. One of the leaders of the ongoing protests in Belarus. Kalashnikov A was reportedly taken off the streets of Minsk by two masked man on Monday. The circumstances of her detention at the border are still unclear. Meanwhile, protests in Belarus continue over the election of Alexander Lukashenko. Now sources say that Kalashnikov, a and two colleagues were driven to the Ukrainian border. Apparently, reports say she refused to cross the border into Ukraine ripped up her passport. The car continued through to Ukraine with the two other colleagues while Kalishnikov estate behind and then was detained at the border. Meantime, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moving ahead now, with their new lives here in the U. S. Terry and his wife, Meghan, have made good on their pledge to refund British taxpayers, the more than $3 million it cost to renovate their home in Britain. Some of criticized the refurbishment of Frogmore cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle as too expensive. The couple, who stepped back from their royal duties early this year, are forging a new life in California and seeking greater financial independence. They revealed last week. They have a contract with Netflix to produce content for the streaming platform. Pam Coulter, CBS News As safety measures in space. One is what we're called Start and businesses reopen. Kay's too cautious check with W. B. C news radio. These three is gonna be called vigilant as.

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04:59 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Swamps good Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio a bus driver in western Massachusetts is held without bail for an alleged racist attack on a black man and his two sons in greenfield as WBZ's Suzanne solves all reports he's charged with a civil rights violation and assault with intent to murder the bus driver Steven Connell of gill allegedly yelled racist slurs at the man and his son says they were getting off the bus police say he then crashed into a building before getting out and attacking them state senator Adam Hinds says it's time for all of us to say enough is enough we need to redouble our efforts Walker arms and say what are we going to do at elected officials and individuals residents of the common wealth in this country to dismantle this dangerous racism that's been happening before our country start the driver claims one of them had a gun but none was found Heinz says it's scary to think a man like that was allowed to drive a bus oh my god yeah it does raise the flag of okay what are we doing to monitor individuals who do have the ability to wield such an egregious weapon Suzanne sauce bell WBC Boston's news radio coming up George Floyd's brother is set to appear in front of the house Judiciary Committee this week what he's hoping to accomplish this is a Bloomberg money minute Wall Street has a tough act to follow as we start the week the market surged on Friday after the may jobs report took most people by surprise showing increased employment at a lower unemployment rate the nasdaq briefly reach record territory for the first time since the corona virus pandemic to cold but despite that strong jobs report Jeff Rosenberg over at blackrock financial is cautious about the outlook is still the case here that we have had some permanent losses they're not gonna come back and it will be a little bit of a darker clouds the may report will shine a bright spotlight on the government's weekly tally of first time jobless claims Thursday economists are forecasting a further decline in for Alex to one point six million and investors are watching as new York city today takes those first steps to emerge from its coronavirus locked out cause for concern several major retailers are holding back as they try to determine whether it'll be both safe and profitable to re open I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg business son WBZ Boston news radio your car getting three weeks to the gallon well those days are over as fees one kicks in traffic stop traffic on the threes on WBZ Boston news radio welcome it's connoisseurs corner and Jordan rich along with mac Robinson food writer with his own website mats meals M. A. T. T. S. I. the meals dot com I know that you've been baking a lot of bread and I know we need something to put on that bread so you have a suggestion our neighbors were nice enough to give us a sourdough starter we've just been making tons and tons of bread delicious on its own but you know I I've been looking for things to put on it luckily I found a local company called Bonnie's jams they don't use active in their gym so it's just real fruit it's a little looser then yes some of the store but jams that have the additives it just envelopes whatever and drips into the bread and it's just it's so delicious and so fresh really great flavors like apricot orange and a Bourbon berry which is not nice for I guess an after dinner in adult jelly maybe I don't know my other favorite has been I've been getting into manuka honey from New Zealand and I found one from Pacific resources international it's really thick and yell me because it's raw cream is processed differently that's made from bees all right the special flowers from New Zealand it also has a lot of anti bacterial properties you can actually use it as a face mask as a co host workout reviver is it helps with stomach aches and it's it's another great thing to put on bread or muffins are actually stuck a spoonful of both this and embodies jams on their own so funny is James dot com and for the men okay shop T. R. I. dot com thank you so much Matt I can smell that warm sourdough bread from your kitchen right now this is connoisseurs corner I'm Jordan rich WBZ Boston news radio hi this is Terry crews actor former football player game show host father five in all around big do experts drama I know all the drugs this is a good time to come to the keys the back kind of like season ending injuries there's a necessary kind of like having an agent in Hollywood silly drama like the drama around and then there's the timing could skip the drama that comes with not having your high school diploma or equivalency find free adult education classes near you finish your high school diploma isn't finished your deployment.

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The helpers WBZ's Carl Stevens sells us that's the purpose of a new website unveiled today by Attorney General Maura Healey's office the website is frontline MA dot org and Attorney General Maura Healey he says it's a place where health care workers and first responders across the Commonwealth can go to find all sorts of resources here it should be your go to stop for your resources and go play resources like food housing information on personal protective equipment and there's also a place for the public to offer support in a number of forms for these men and women putting themselves in harm's way to help others the website again as frontline MA dot O. R. G. Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio ahead of the World Health Organization says the US has been a long standing friend to the group and hopefully that will continue we regret the decision of the president of the United States to order a hold in funding to the World Health Organization the W. H. O. is reviewing the impact of any withdrawal of U. S. funding and they will work to fill any financial gaps they could face they say for now the focus is on stopping the corona virus and saving lives Senate Democrats say Kobe nineteen testing must be significantly ramped up across the country minority leader Chuck Schumer accusing the president of making misleading comments about testing availability and also warned the president about pushing Americans back to work too soon he says it's totally mind boggling that the president is spending so much time fretting about the W. H. O. who had frozen funding over the handling of the beginning of this pandemic the country's first corona virus saliva testing site is up and running into Jersey more from correspondent James Flippen rector's university partnered with.

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of social distancing Carl Stevens continues our conversation on this service that only is executive director of hawk healing abuse working for change she says here in Essex County they received an increased number of calls lately from people wondering with the courts closed what they can do if they need a restraining order are experiencing abuse you can proceed to call your local court and it when you call your local court you will be able to file over the phone if you need help outside normal business hours at the court you should be able to call your local police department to file that restraining order request over the phone Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse you can call Massachusetts twenty four seven toll free hotline eight seven seven seven eight five twenty twenty eight seven seven seven eight five twenty twenty okay back to our top stories the virus a lot of you are wondering you know you might get a little tickle in your throat maybe you're feeling a little run down and of course you're going to be nervous right now are these the symptoms of clover nineteen what are the symptoms all of us are wondering the same thing so doctors and other authorities have been saying for weeks that the major symptoms of covert nineteen are dry cough and attempt but now hospitals are beginning to see patients who test positive with no other symptom then stomach pain WBZ's Suzanne saws will spoke with Dr Michael Hirsch position director of the Worcester department of public health it should have been a little bit of a left turn not what we want to hear right now with all the anxiety already surrounding this pandemic Hirsch says many patients coming in with stomach pains turned out to have lower lung infections and we think like we've seen in other diseases that are lower lobe pneumonia can give you G. I. upset and that may be the kind of silent way that Kobe will present he's not entirely sure but he does not think covert nineteen is mutating into another strain with different symptoms Suzanne's house bill WBZ Boston news radio the town of Brookline is finding ways to help keep the people safe as well and sherry small continues our coverage with us in first line in an attempt to limit exposure to the corona virus and possible cross contamination there's no longer need to touch any buttons in order to cross the street notify.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens has a story from Salem in the mid nineteen fifties prominent black artists Jacob Lawrence created a series of thirty paintings depicting struggles of the American people more than two hundred years ago since then the paintings were scattered all over the place but the Peabody Essex museum has reunited them this exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence's struggle series from the history of the American people and has not been seen in sixty years video Gordon's coordinating curator for Jacob Lawrence the American struggle she says it was a scavenger hunt finding the paintings and there are still a few they haven't found from Salem Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio now to some disturbing stats the world's richest two thousand people have more wealth than the poorest four point six billion combined to report out today from Oxfam also found out that women around the world were twelve point five billion hours a day without pay contributing nearly eleven trillion dollars in value to the world economy that's three times more than the technology sector the head of Oxfam India says the people around the world are protesting this inequality with the rich avoid taxes while others don't have access to basics like clean water and that's John Kline reporting the impeachment trial of president trump begins tomorrow in the Senate WBZ's James Rowe Hans spoke with Boston mayor Marty Walsh who says that he wants a fair trial the mayor says he's hoping for Republican senators have the courage to allow we and this is for the impeachment trial at the end the day.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Homes here's Carl Stevens with the story would recently awarded the city of Lynn nearly nine million dollars to get the lead out of older homes officials here toward a home built in nineteen ten the homeowner just completed to delight in process congressman Chuck Morton said this is the way to protect the health of young children this not only affects them when they're young this will affect them for the rest of their lives when you get laid out of their homes we ought to do more of that in Massachusetts and around the country I'm very proud that land is leading the effort Lynn has some of the oldest housing stock in the country and officials want residents to know if they think they've got a lead problem head for city hall because there is federal money available now to get it out for Lynn Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's newsradio is ten forty seven four out of ten young people globally C. climate change is one of the most important issues facing the world this according to an Amnesty International poll CBS is Alison Keyes has the store than ten thousand people in twenty two countries between the ages of eighteen and twenty five were asked to choose five major issues out of a list of twenty three forty one percent chills climate change globally pollution came in second in terrorism came in third but among the nations on six continents corruption economic instability income inequality and violence against women were ranked as among the most important issues nationally in the United States young people mentioned violent crime the most when asked about top issues facing the nation Allison Keyes CBS news former New York City mayor and democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg slams the trump administration and they're in action on climate change this morning at the U. N. conference of parties meeting in Madrid the reason I'm here in Madrid.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To have or will become ill as a result of their dedication and sacrifice meantime a Rhode Island state senator wants all schools to hold a moment of silence on the anniversary of nine eleven every year senator Lou rep taka says he hopes the moment of silence will inspire dialogue in the classroom insuring that no one forgets the nearly three thousand people killed back in two thousand one. story now state police say they've captured away myth man wanted for killing his estranged girlfriend in the summer of two thousand seventeen officials tell us they've arrested Cornell bell in the state of Florida after working alongside US marshals over the last two years Michael Clarke was murdered on August nineteenth in two thousand seventeen in Weymouth bell has been on the run ever sense and this morning officials confronted bail at a construction site in Daniel beach they placed him under arrest after a brief pursuit masker no mask this was the issue today before members of the Boston city council and Carl Stevens was there this proposed mass Gordon's comes as a direct result of the protest of the recent straight pride parade some of the most violent protesters wore masks and things got ugly because for Frank Baker said police officers were attacked and I wonder when is it okay it is to to to do things like ya in your face mean we have people we go to meetings and we have a verbal fecal matter from us all the time these guys literally bottles of urine thrown at them when is that not okay there will be a hearing in the future on the proposed ordinance which would prohibit the wearing of a mask on public property in the city but there would be religious exemptions from Boston city hall Carl Stevens.

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"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens the state Supreme Court has ruled that in order to promote transparency all show cause hearing should be electronically recorded meaning for the first time there will be an actual record of what happens in these secret court sessions last year the Boston globe spotlight team read a series on these hearings but even though the SJC ruled the hearings must be recorded that doesn't mean they'll be public they say members of the public can request the record of a hearing and a clerk magistrate or judge will decide whether to release it Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio should congressman Joe Kennedy decide to run against incumbent senator read. okay next year he will not have the support of two top legislative leaders house speaker Bob DeLeo and Senate president Karen spill because say they're standing by their endorsement a marquee state police divers find the body of a missing Cambridge man in Walden pond the search of a going on for several days his name has not been released no fall play suspected an autopsy is planned president trump in Fayetteville North Carolina tonight for a rally it comes on the eve of a closely watched how selection in the tar heel state the president however does not think the special election as a bellwether for how he'll do in North Carolina in next year's election before leaving the White House the president was asked about some of that Kiwis from the hurricane ravaged Bahamas not being allowed into the US I don't want to allow people that weren't supposed to be in the Bahamas they come in to the United States including some very bad people is a very bad gang members and some very very bad drug dealers officials say more than a hundred Bahamians who hope to evacuate to Florida but did not have visas were kicked off a ferry because operators failed to coordinate with the authorities on another matter the president says peace talks with the Taliban or dad talks collapsing after a Taliban attack last week in Afghanistan killed an American service member along with eleven others North.

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixteen a._m. watson police officers assigned to district one respondents radio call for person stabbed in the alley that runs from court street the city hall plaza units arrived in just minutes have found the blood-soaked victim just across the red bricks of city hall plaza from the area a barracks the man in his thirties was stabbed multiple times after what thirties call a dispute with an unknown man he was rushed to an area hospital for immediate surgery and is in critical condition the suspect as discovered by video surveillance off through a nearby alley where a dozen or so evidence cones mart clues in what could develop into a homicide investigation at city hall plaza chris van w._b._z. boston's newsradio later on today is a soccer watch party planned right on the plaza ficials say don't worry if you're planning on going it is still okay to show up the investigation will not affect this event of course the u._s. women's soccer team taking on france the latest match of the world cup coming up at three o'clock today twelve oh two with two nights of televised debates featuring democratic presidential candidates america's awesome history when it comes to the number of female candidates taking part before this week there had only been five women ever in a broadcast presidential campaign debate just two nights this week there were six amanda hunter with the barb relief foundation in cambridge says that fact alone changes the perception of what's possible being on stage each of those women helped break down stereotypes and be a role model for women and girls who might be thinking about a career in politics to said for two hundred years the stereotype of a successful presidential candidate was an older white man that's in the process of changing and we saw some of that change this week carl stevens w._b._z. boston's news.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The city WBZ's Carl Stevens takes a closer look as a former schoolteacher a mother of four Boston city councillor, Inoussa SABA, George the chair. Of the education committee knows how important it can be to have a full time nurse in the school. But many Boston schools don't have that we have one hundred and twenty six schools and the Boston public schools. We have forty four schools that do not have a full time nurse on staff. Kids get sick at any hour of the day. It doesn't matter whether or not the nurses in the building kids, unfortunately, get hurt. There are crisis in any one of our schools at any point in time, we need fulltime, nurses, in all of our schools to hearing before the education committee today is about how to make that happen. Carl Stephen it's WBZ Boston's News Radio tragedy in New Hampshire where the deaths of a man and a woman and Hollis have been ruled a murder. Suicide officials believe Brian mcdonagh shot and killed a Lisa mayo. Then turned the gun on himself. The two did know each other their bodies discovered by police during a welfare check on that house. Protests expected in Chicago today following last week's sudden decision to drop all charges against TV actor Jesse small at as. CBS is Eliana Diaz reports the entertainment world's chimed in over the weekend was a no show for his nomination at the fifth annual NWEA's EP image awards Saturday night. But that didn't keep the empire actor out of the spotlight. What the hell is he comedian Chris rock roasted Smolen during an award presentation? Jesse.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve o. Six somber atmosphere at the Red Sox clubhouse today in Fort Myers, Florida, the clubhouse was closed this morning. The team's media avail cancelled because of a player family emergency. We still do not know what what player was involved in what type of emergency that that person has been dealing with WBZ's. Johnny Miller's in Fort Myers passing on information. We get when it becomes available. Well, we have had the wind. We've had the cold and now some more snow a winter weather advisory tonight goes into effect at seven with two to four inches of snow. A possibility maybe five inches in a few spots. And though we haven't had a ton of snow this winter, it is still winter and WBZ Sheri, small tells us many people are just about done with it while the officials starter spring is still three weeks out meteorologists see it differently. They recognize March. I as the meteorological start of spring that's Friday. I don't think we're going have spring weather. I we. No. Snow April with more snow on the way tomorrow. Stephen from Weymouth is done with winter. I need a I need some warm weather. You know, maybe Florida buddy from Braintree says he chose accepts the fact that cold and snow come with the territory. Little bit of snow is not going to hurt shovel it, and it's all good. Three years ago when we had the hundred wherever inches so it's been pretty good in Medford Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio check of business with Bloomberg. This story FedEx is testing a new delivery robot. The battery powered robot looks like a cooler on wheels. It uses cameras and software to help. It navigate sidewalks and roadways at a top speed of ten miles an hour..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens was there and reports from downtown Boston mayor Walsh made it clear here that his recent visit to Toronto and Montreal earlier this month was a real eye opener when it comes to safe injection sites. And well, he said Boston is not ready for safe injection. Sites. Now, the city should definitely keep it on the radar Commonwealth. There's a lot of other pieces that have to happen. For example. The federal government would have to get on board and also who would pay for it in Canada. The safe injection sites are paid for at a number of different governmental levels from downtown Boston Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio some graffiti on beacon hill found on the state house and other buildings there. So far, no arrests. Some of that graffiti was political in nature troopers are reviewing various surveillance video footage as part of an ongoing investigation. The framingham man is accused of trying to photograph a sixteen year old girl while she was in a fitting room at a store in the Burlington mall last week Lusener Michelle now faces charges after Burlington police responded to two sixteen year old girls who told police that a man was trying to record them while changing at the forever. Twenty one store. Michelle is now free on his own reconnaissance. He's due back. In court next date is coming up in April. A former fugitive attorney is. Is headed to federal prison charged with scamming a number of investors here in Massachusetts and WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe in federal court as the Quincy. Conman addressed some of his victims Dennis sailor.

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