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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chris Farmer leaves the car at home for a tour of an iconic Boston neighborhood. The West end. It was ahead of its time. Historically, it was a more residential focused neighborhood. It was mixed use entirely, and it was diverse. So it housed 23 ethnic groups, Jewish ethnicities, African Americans, Asians, Middle easterners and a good number of Europeans, and in the 19 fifties, it was almost entirely turned down. But the history of Boston's West end lives on through a series of walking toys, which begin this weekend from the museum, which bears the long Lost sections name Sebastian Belafonte is the director will look at faces that were built very early on and then talk about their relevance to Boston early industry to actually US law. Chris Pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 9 48 Sunshine 70 in Boston. This is pretty buzz worthy. Look out. America, so called Murder Hornet has been found. Again in the Pacific Northwest Washington Scientists have their eyes peeled on a possible new murder suspect. We actually tested numerous specimens from Lacombe County, and it just is not a match for those at all. Scientists say the murder Hornet discovered here in Mary's Ville is unlike anything they've found. So far. That's because they say it has a different look and different DNA than the murder Hornets discovered last year. The color farm the DNA analysis that does not match up with what we have does indicate it's It's probably a separate event from what we've had Going on before great scientists in Washington State believe that the murder Hornet in question is a previous Hornet from an earlier season that was not discovered until now. That's a little bit too disconcerting. Isn't it? Another unexpected consequence of the pandemic, With many fireworks factory shut down during the health crisis. There is now a shortage of pyrotechnics for America's birthday this year, people looking to celebrate the fourth with fireworks being told the stock up Now, of course, they're illegal here in Massachusetts in Fall River, Where's the kaboom boom? My friend is back. The city's annual Fourth of July fireworks display is returning this year, taking place on the fourth over the top. Mountain River and one of the NBA's top players, is criticizing the league after a rash of injuries in the playoffs. He's nothing if not outspoken, both on the court, throw it down King and off of it, LeBron James tweets that the NBA had too little down time between the end of last season. In the start of this one, just 71 days, James says, quote. I knew exactly what would happen. I only wanted to protect the well being of the players. His tweets came after the L. A. Clippers Co. By Leonard Heard his name was Reported questionable for the rest of the playoffs. James Harden, Kyrie Irving Anthony Davis, among other stars heard during the postseason. James advocated for load management early on, but he to miss Time. 20 games. Peter King CBS News It is 9 50 will check the roadways and a peek at the weekend. Coming up Next 100 years, WBZ NewsRadio has brought you the biggest stories.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Friday. That's great, nor found, however, still tough. Braintree, a passing the vaunted circle. And slow going up towards the tunnel to you, my king WBC's traffic on the three we checked the four day AccuWeather forecast now brought to us by the North Atlantic States Carpenters union Here's Brian. It will be rather clouding. Tonight's the wind will be picking up is well now, after a dry evening, we will see rain arrive after midnight and will become heavier toward daybreak could see a little bit of wet snow mixed in northwest of 4 95. But not much in the way of snow came much expected. The temperature is largely about freezing tonight will be in the thirties inland, but near 40 at the coast rain some heavy at times tomorrow morning will taper off for the afternoon. We'll watch for flooding of roads and poor drainage areas that will stay windy Tomorrow. The high of 48 Mostly cloudy and blustery, tomorrow night low 34 clouds and sun with a gusty, chilly winds Sunday High 44 a high of 42 with some sunshine Monday now thank you. But the meteorologist Brian Thompson, WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 39 degrees in Peabody, It is 37 in Worcester. Marsh fields of 41 38 degrees in Boston. There's a reason the top builders in the North Atlantic states use union carpenters, in fact or three quality value and trust Bill your business with the North Atlantic States Carpenters union visit nes RCC dot org's 5 55 meals, gift cards laying around Now, maybe you picked him up over this holiday. Maybe you've had some from before, and maybe it's time to just spend them. WBC's Chris Farmer tells us tomorrow. Would be the day in some ways they've revolutionized the way we give.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At U Mass Medical School, or studying whether convalescent plasma Can be used to stop Corona virus in its early stages or even prevent infection. Among those recently exposed to the disease. Dr. Jonathan Gerber, associate professor of medicine at U Mass. Med School, says in the study. They'll be seeking subjects who have not been admitted to the hospital yet. It says one problem with inpatient studies. His patients received varying doses, and there's no placebo uses impatient has been a little bit contribution, but it's been reported in medical experience as well. But it appears to have benefits and one of the problems has been that The use of Plaza in patient wasn't done with a placebo against hopeless evil. These are randomized. Everybody got flash. The plasma contains antibodies against Kobe 19 taken from patients who have recovered. A traditional New England town meeting season is underway on the Cape to these meetings sometimes happen at the local high school auditorium. But how about a parking lot of the beach instead in order to accommodate the pandemic? Cape Cod Times reports The Orleans Select Board is considering holding the meeting at Nasik Beach. Voters would say in their cars, listen to the meeting on the radio and signal with a flag if they want to speak. There's been no final decision. Yet Several other options are on the table. All it took was a Bluetooth speaker and a lot of nerve. BBC's Chris Farmer reports. What we got in Quincy, Natalie Ieast knew it was going to be one way or the other. It wasn't either, or, like the worst thing with the best uncertain she forged on. I was afraid that you have people, but what's this weirdo dancing? Side and what she found Wass. People smile. They way they stop by cars they beat. The people responded in kind at Wallace Tin Beach, where you confined Natalie most mornings occasionally alone, sometimes flanked by others who groove along to the music right by her side. It's amazing, which is gave me the courage is just like share it with you guys and everyone. But as the seasons turn and the cold ushers in what's next for this amateur dance instructor, and then I'll be there in the hallways. I don't know. Chris Farmer W. B C. Boston's news radio on We've been following major flooding along Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester or watching this is well in traffic. Social media has been filling up with pictures of cars driving through about a foot of water right now..

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More than ever. It matters where you get your news. W B Z news radio 58 degrees in Boston at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm done, huh? Here's what's happening. One person is dead, another hospitalized after an apparent stabbing at a home on Leroy Street and Attleboro today, police say, Kimberly do Philly died from her injuries, the name of the other person not being released at this time. As the investigation continues, the governor Baker over stepped his authority and Clearing an emergency to deal with the pandemic that question now before the state Supreme Court, A group of business owners and religious leaders are giving that the Civil defence act used by the governor, as the basis of his authority does not include pandemics, Here's W. B C's Chris Farmer, the plaintiff argued. When Governor Baker declared a state of emergency, he turned state government and its procedure upside down. The Legislature is left to approve or disapprove of the governor's policy choices. That's not how it's supposed to work. The governors Really supposed to execute the policy choices of legislature appearing on behalf of the governor, Assistant Attorney General Douglas Martland said. If the Legislature is in pleased with the administration's actions or performance, that's news to him. We have the Legislature confirming and ratifying the governor's decision that includes the declaration of emergency being a contingency. We also have the legislature appropriate and over a billion dollars and funds to the Commonwealth Koven relief response and if the Legislature had any indication Disapproving. Certainly they would have done something more than that. Chris Mama W B Z Boston's NewsRadio, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says the city's in good shape has the start of school approaches. Mayor says the data is going in the right direction, and the schools are prepared right now. The Boston positive rate for last week was 1.7% down. Boston three score was 11.4% this week a 6.6% training in the right direction..

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For 95 right around the Ward Hill connector in Lawrence. Laurie Grady. I'm sorry. That's in the haven stretch Ward Hill in Haven. Laurie granted NBC's traffic on the three. We've got the rain out of here. We've got the sun in here now and have a nice stretch of weather coming up. We'll have a sun and clouds as we head through the day, mostly sunny, actually with temperatures in the low eighties. Clear tonight. It's going to be comfortable, comfortably cool, in fact, into the fifties and southern suburbs 63 in the city sunshine tomorrow, then we'll mix with a few clouds, Temperatures 80 City and inland mid seventies at the beaches. Thursday's mostly sunny near 80 Friday and Saturday. Sunshine, a few clouds even a little warmer 85 in the suburbs. Beaches approach 80 degrees. Mrs W. B Z news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good morning. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 9 15 For the fifth time Phase. Three of the reopening in Somerville has been put on hold. Global health officials are warning the spread of the virus is being driven by younger, a symptomatic people. Former Massachusetts Senator John Kerry. Among the scheduled speakers for night two of the Democratic National Convention. Underthe anniversary today of the 19th amendment, giving women the right in the U. S to vote. After coming back online last month. Money is starting to come back in for the state's three gaming establishments. Chris Farmer with more on.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Entire week at least Monday through Thursday it could get a little bit unsettled later in the week with some showers and thunderstorms but today tomorrow Wednesday and Thursday we're looking at eighty degrees is going to be about five to ten degrees cooler along the shoreline like seventy to seventy five which is a picture perfect for a lot of people so that someone's going to be there is going to be a little bit less humid we just found out from dean devore that's good news too if you don't like the humidity and then tonight just a very comfortable evening mid fifties outlying areas so comfortable for sleeping low sixty in Boston but again eighties all this week without sun bit of a breeze moving in Wednesday ahead of some more unsettled weather at the end of the week sixty nine degrees with a bright blue skies in Boston at ten thirty five it is Monday and you know what today is the beginning of phase two in Massachusetts for a lot of you you've been waiting a long time for this moment restaurants now serving on patios you know they can serve outside you can go and and have a meal feel a little bit more normal again let's get more on phase two from Chris farmer here on WBZ after virtually three month state leaders and business owners hope today provides a big step back towards the old normal in terms of sales all well and hearing to the safety standards of the new normal and with that in mind housing and economic development secretary my Chameli tells us what's back in business on day one of phase two of the reopening process it will allow for the re opening of places like retail stores child care day camps lodging you sports and outdoor seated dining at restaurants now step two of face to it all depends on the progress made by businesses here during this step one portion of phase two but as they pertain to covert nineteen if all goes well eating indoors at restaurants and getting a massage could be just one week away Chris fama WBZ Boston news radio let's take a look at the music scene live music is going to look a lot and sound a lot different right we caught up with Chris Webber who is the founder of the Newburyport brewing company and.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Then turning violent smashing windows by downtown crossing moving in different areas of the city as well dozens were arrested and some seven police officers injured WBZ's Chris farmer was in the middle of it all last night and he joins us live this morning along Tremont street and Chris I'd like to say good morning but it simply isn't what are things like this morning right now I was just thinking to myself Jim what a spectacular sunrise but it doesn't really register considering what happened here last night three separate locations where protests turned violent of course the downtown crossing at the state house and also on Newbury street Newbury street in downtown crossing which was the scene of some looting as well police responded at bottles being thrown at them at windows being smashed and of course said thievery taking place by firing flash bags and also to your grass tear gas rather there was pepper spray that was being used and these crowds started to fight back in some situations than others they retreated there was a mixed message up here last night there were some people who were very moved by what happened to Minneapolis they were trying to get their pain and their anger registered those are the folks you heard a moment ago black lives matter hands up don't shoot was another one we heard last night but there there are others here just tried to incite ma'am and they certainly did what's left now is a large military presence National Guard on Washington Street if they contribute continue to clean up their state police cruisers stationed in front of the state house where clean up continues as well forty arrested last night by Boston police to by state police tried to climb the fence at the statehouse in charge the building for entry live on Tremont street Chris vomit WBZ Boston sports radio all right Chris and one of the major scenes that played out last I heard Chris mentioned it briefly a part Boston police cruiser near downtown crossing was destroyed and lit on fire right as the violence broke out the cruiser Burr first into flames after was smashed by a crowd of people and at least one store in from Boston's old city hall had windows smashed people were climbing into the shop more windows smashed in stores were broken into at temple and Washington streets an S. U. V. also went through the crowd on Tremont street video showing several people appearing to be hit no word on their conditions things started to escalate really around ten o'clock last night after there were various protests throughout the city all day those were peaceful like.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Place WBZ's Chris farmer reports there are plenty of factors to consider before sealing that envelope finances or of course a factor as is whether or not schools will re open by the fall education has become a virtual reality in this outbreak something worth considering according to don Kerr who manages student lending at triple a northeast there are some schools that have kept much more traditional models will get this morning that's a great thing to try to look at right now when you're trying to make up your decision how will botched is being online learning programs that exist today at that school R. J. Barrett strong so if you have to switch from a distance learning are you still going to get a good quality education Kerr adds the proximity should also be considered in the event of another outbreak should campuses shut down again next fall students may want to be close to home Chris Pham WBZ Boston news radio we've also learned that seniors in high school on the south coast might end up getting their graduation and prom after all WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports those events have yet to be canceled so far just delayed the outdoor graduation ceremony at old Rochester regional high school has been postponed until August eighth in the hopes that by then large gatherings will be allowed again in the state principal Mike devol says they're coming up with an alternative just in case the senior prom has also been rescheduled is scheduled for August fourth not that the event that I don't know that we can pull off an alternate so we can preserve the date thinkers are crossed that we can hold the prompt of all says this has been a tough semester for seniors in care whether it's spring sports seasons we had our spring musical musical concerts in the evenings without a locked because of law I think we always have to do everything in our power to give them the standoff they deserve a chance on the cliffs WBZ Boston news radio and of course remote learning presents plenty of challenges not just for students and their parents but teachers too and it makes it a lot harder as well to figure out if students are cheating Boston University says right now it's looking into exactly that investigating whether some students might have cheated on exams for physics and chemistry trying to figure out of students use some online resources to get those answers including a tutoring service based in California called check right six oh wait let's switch gears head over to Bloomberg business another rough day on Wall Street economic club and forecast not looking too good Centro day five for stocks Dow fell two hundred eighty eight nasdaq down twenty five SB five hundred off twenty seven the traders found it tough to ignore another three point eight million jobless claims last week more than thirty million and the pandemic era we've been telling you about problems with apple's iPhone production slowdowns and falling demand especially in Asia but the companies other businesses including apple music and apple plus TV streaming service plus small wearable devices.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some sunshine now I make it with the beat around just Brian Thompson WBC Boston's is ready forty seven degrees right now in Boston five fifty five on the ring central news live every week day for the last month the Weymouth police department is hosting a virtual story time on its Facebook like page the reading stories to children and taking them behind the scenes on tours WBZ's Chris farmer with more officer Jennifer pombe runs the show and reads the majority of the stories but every now and then she likes to have others do the storytelling process plan again read a book about leprechauns he's from Ireland he did an amazing job and then off the hot marker has a community resource job she was there while he read most recently the segment featured a special appearance from a celebrity guest rob Cordray the Hollywood stars of Weymouth native with deep roots in the community who jumped at the offer to help out with like absolutely you name a day you need my time I'll do it and he knew exactly which book to read one with the title be fitting the actor and comedian style I'd really like to eat a child and a daughter actually read the book together and I thought that was really special it was good to see that reading a book that she used to have read to her when she was a child respond the WBZ Boston news radio not coming up on Monday hold on star wars date will go on even if not in person organizers of New York comic con and Star Wars celebration will be hosting a two day event on the line may the fourth be with you and revenge of the fifth course at the fourth of may is on Monday the fifth one but that would be the day.

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Officials: Don't Go To The Boston Marathon Starting Line

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Officials: Don't Go To The Boston Marathon Starting Line

"The Boston marathon may be postponed postponed until until September September fourteenth fourteenth but but many many people people might might be be thinking thinking of of running running the the course course anyway anyway on on Monday Monday and and does does WBZ's WBZ's Chris Chris farmer farmer reports reports there's there's a a very clear message to those people don't do it the town of Hopkinton Olav's the Boston Marathon it's the grand of all races marathons and running really in general people just love running an architect dozens and dozens of other places and events all started hopping we're hoping to break ground for the international maritime center here in the maritime school put some patriots day select board vice chair Jay John to Tino and his constituents at the starting line are asking you to stay away we want people to show respect for governor Baker's guidelines and for the first responders and if people can just hold off and we can have a really chic the vent on September fourteenth Chris pharma WBZ Boston news radio

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gonna be warming to about sixty degrees later on you'll notice the winds are not as bad or as potent as they were yesterday sunshine all day long highs around sixty you're picking up any old habits now that you have some extra down time with this new age of social distancing it old school favorite is actually back in style remember calling someone on the phone what's happening WBZ's Chris farmer has the story that come back that few expected and if you're involved you're taking part in the old normal picking up yourself and making a phone call mother's day at our most popular day for voice calling and what we're seeing now is that on every weekday we're doing more than twice the quality of mother's day really just how many calls are we talking about that's an average of eight hundred million wireless calls that are happening every week day and staying on the phone even longer according to Verizon spokesman David Weissmann it's a combination of people now working from home but mostly interconnectedness love one and we're doing a lot more video calling also especially the grandparents that they really want to see the kids and obviously that's the safest way for them to to stay connected in Braintree Chris Pham WBZ Boston news radio immigration detention is becoming a hotbed for the virus more than seventy detainees in a dozen states have tested positive hundreds more are in quarantine customs officials have begun lowering the detainee population to reduce the risk of people getting sick but many being held claim there is still not enough protective gear cleaning supplies or space for social distancing well some European countries are gradually easing their pandemic restrictions CBS news correspondent Sabina Castelfranco has more from Rome book shops and stores selling children's clothes are allowed to open in Italy well the factories still remain closed in Spain construction site and factory workers go back to work the prime ministers of both countries insist the country lockdown system in place in time in Singapore the country is reporting its biggest daily jump in new coronavirus infections most of them links to foreign workers living in crowded dorms officials say the three remaining weeks of Singapore's partial lockdown will be a critical window in preventing a large scale outbreak also in India that country is extending what is being called the world's largest locked down into may more than a billion are behind closed doors almost four hundred new cases reported as well in Japan.

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Boston - Reported Coronavirus Cases in Mass. Jumps to 8, Including 5 From Biogen Meeting

WBZ Midday News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Reported Coronavirus Cases in Mass. Jumps to 8, Including 5 From Biogen Meeting

"Officials across Massachusetts now saying there is one confirmed case of corona virus in seven presumptive cases across the state a news conference in update and briefing from officials at Boston city hall hall wrapping wrapping up up in in the the past past our our governor governor Charlie Charlie Baker Baker earlier earlier this this afternoon afternoon I I think think we we all all know know that that this this is is stressful stressful for for people people but but health health experts experts have have advised advised that that a a virus like this is not deadly for the vast majority of people who may get it but as director Martinez said it is contagious and if someone comes in direct contact with someone who has it they might get it themselves wind out of an abundance of caution that was why in Plymouth they close their public schools today after student who had recently travelled to Italy came down with flu like symptoms WBZ's Chris farmer talking to residents there today and how they're reacting to the news people here covert nineteen then they get worried because coronavirus nobody knows what's going on with it and it's not just the coronavirus there are other outbreaks Ebola sars every year we see a spike in flu cases all of them concerning yes but that's why we have infrastructure I think we have the typical fear everyone is concerned but we have a C. D. C. I think we're dealing with this situation through education using our head taking precautions which is why she's confident about her community in the event of a worst case scenario we're gonna support everybody in our town and if this comes to our town we're going to deal with it in the appropriate manner

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Basis Chris farmer recent data suggest one in every three teens is subjected to violence in a dating relationship be it physical emotional sexual or verbal and there were telltale signs bruising accidents isolation you know the removal of friends but there are also several sites and any quality or is a director with the boys and girls club anytime you see any signs of controlling behaviours and it's all these factors that are being discussed at a teen dating violence seminar hosted by Middlesex DA Marian Ryan I think as adults sometimes we don't realize how serious these relationships are because the kids are young and we don't know the depth of that so that's a concern not just for the violence but the mental health we've seed and increase in our suicide numbers offered a relationship is at the heart Chris pharma WBZ Boston news radio for twelve now it's time to check sports here's Brian news out of fort Myers this morning red Sox manager Ron Roenicke said that ace Chris sale will not be starting on opening day for the socks and is likely to start the season on the injured list this is not due to injury but because of illness earlier in camp no word yet on who will be starting on opening day for the socks Bruins host the stars tonight Andres Casal looks to make his Bruins debut he skated on David crazies line of practice yaro a lock in net game time seven thirty and after winning three out of four on their west coast road trip the Celtics are off until Saturday they'll host the rockets Brian incidentally WBZ Boston news radio for thirteen traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes out of town we've got those slowdowns might it's worse than slope and it's a complete standstill on the expressway south bound coming out of the o'neill tunnel you get some speed down after Columbia road you're back at it five furnace brook parkway so there is some room there north sounds tough granted have a pass the ponds at circle then coming up towards the tunnel to route three south little backup coming off the expressway it's like that typically ninety three south is slow from Braintree over to twenty four ninety five south is backed up a little coming down from ninety three and then from route one forty down to four ninety five here with a check on the upper end of one twenty eight minutes you're Manfredi insurance road report the one twenty eight north bound is still heavy up around two AM the Lexington service plaza but after that your next slowdown isn't until ninety three other reading a little minor slowdown getting past the interchange there South Africa Endicott street in Danvers one fourteen at the end of our delays out of Wall fan after topline growth Kristen out because of offering an insurance rider Mahdi threes just inching along for the sake of Bridget to Roosevelt's circle spot pond up to one twenty eight twelve forty five minutes now Boston to Woburn miking WBZ's traffic on.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A dollar at circle K. limited time only at participating locations Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the thirties now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast some light rain falling we have fog in the air forty three degrees right now in Boston for the afternoon or mild but windy as a window starts pickup for a twelve miles per hour right now out of the northeast but that's really gonna start to pick up south of town and especially down the Cape wind gusts up to fifty miles per hour in more that is all possible this evening a wind advisory throughout Ross are getting cold tonight down into the twenties feeling like the teens and then this weekend we'll be staying dry in the in the thirties so it'll be chilly out there this weekend but then on Monday right back up to fifty degrees and feeling mild once again we should have some rain showers on the back of those warmer temperatures on Monday as well in and around Boston though right now were hovering around forty degrees forty three to be exact in Boston with light rain and fog it's one thirty five Marty Walsh's looking to bring affordable housing to the city in a big way expected to announce millions of dollars in funding this money is coming from the department of neighborhood development the neighborhood housing trust in the community reservation fund he is also looking to get rid of broker freeze in the city something New York just did the effects on renters in the city also said to be studied this month Walsh tweeted out we need to utilize every tool and we have to ensure we have affordable housing choices for every resident of Boston at one thirty six folks who live near or travel through Cleary swear in Hyde Park may remember an expansive construction project last year a job that still isn't quite completed as WBZ's Chris farmer reports still.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio forty two degrees sunny skies right now in Boston at ten o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening time is ticking down to Christmas if you're nowhere close to ready to hurry I'm right there with you in fact I think a lot of us can say the same of course getting ready for the big holiday party of part of that is getting to where you have to be so far so good when you are expected to have a lot of company out there as the day goes on let's check in with the login at login right now with WBZ's Chris farmer Chris how's it looking so far terrific really from all directions if from terminal B. you have a wonderful view of the Boston skyline by the way that's a brilliantly sunny day and the crowds have been dealt Nicole earlier to date it was a mad rush to get flights early in imagine folks want to make sure that they were secure and they made their way to the airport there are some other people that had been bombed and had to stay over here because they're connecting flights were delayed or canceled for some other reason from some other airports so is it auto volume here as far as people are concerned this morning but they got out they got on their planes more than ninety five percent departure rate this morning and that were on time and arrivals much the same just to check behind so everything will go smoothly and now you've got a much bigger crowd here by what are way way through terminals a B. and C. none of mall too crowded and certainly the mood of the travelers has improved as the lines have got shorter and shorter well I've been Logan Chris fama WBZ Boston stirs ready are great update thanks Chris of course if you're not taking a plane maybe are piling in the car Tripoli says about a hundred four million of us are expected to do exactly that will check traffic conditions coming up in about a minute right now it's ten oh two we're watching developing news this hour the CEO of Boeing Dennis Moeller and Burke is out the company's board of directors says Mullen Berg is stepping.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Login close to a two hour arrival delay right now dozens of flights already canceled for the day hundreds more running behind of course the snow sleet and ice caused a lot of crashes for the ride in this morning thousands of mass dot crews out treating the roads we are expecting again though this to change to rein in many spots for the end of the workday the ride home not looking much better and with a look at how bad the roads are right now let's go to WBZ's Chris farmer Chris where are you well right now I'm making my way from Weymouth towards Braintree on the northbound side of route three to call up in in and around the upper north south shore rather for most of the day starting off in Braintree where we're doing updates at the TV station but it has really intensify down here I'd say sometime before nine o'clock it switched from a snow to those freezing pallets that you were just talking about but the size of those ballots has gone up in just the last half hour building up on the road you've got it I'll be good it's worth of slush in some spots not main road those were treated very well and plowed earlier but it's becoming more difficult to drive on the secondary roads and even on the main roads like I am right now in the highway on route three because of the lack of visibility because these just sheets of freezing rain drops coming out you drop down to about forty miles per hour hour ago I was going the speed limit when I was headed in the opposite direction live in Weymouth Chris fama WBZ Boston news radio hi Christy say thanks so much we'll check traffic in about a minute but again traffic and weather together every ten minutes we've got a few right here on WBZ newsradio stay with us it's twelve oh two in Washington the sour house panels debating roles for tomorrow's final vote on the articles of impeachment against the president earlier today in the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke on the floor touching on the push by Democrats trying to get some witnesses for this potential impeachment trial homage McConnell says he he got a letter from minority leader Chuck Schumer about it and that's evidence the Democrats are trying to beef up an argument covering a spotty impeachment effort in the house of public proceedings of what the democratic leader with the same impression that left many of us that from everything we can tell house Democrats slapdash impeachment inquiry.

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Peter Frates, known for ice bucket challenge, laid to rest

WBZ Morning News

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Peter Frates, known for ice bucket challenge, laid to rest

"A final goodbye Brady's the former B. C. baseball star in Beverly native who helped raise over two hundred million dollars with one of the most epic campaigns of all time raising money for A. L. S. the ice bucket challenge join the people bring attention to live Gehrig's disease by taking the ALS ice bucket challenge to about a great cause and I want to get involved with the full you have twenty four hours to accept the ice bucket challenge and a glimpse of celebrities politicians millions of people across the globe taking part in the ice bucket challenge over the years meantime a funeral procession will begin this morning on the north shore and wind up on the campus of Boston College for his funeral service WBZ's Chris farmers in Chestnut Hill this morning Ural services will be held this morning at Boston College and say the glaciers of Loyola church the cathedral that greets all

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Head off to our self were WBZ's Chris farmer has been all over the roads this morning and joins us now live Chris where you're at looks like we're in a little bit trouble connecting there Chris farmer Tracht off the connections a bit sketchy this morning with all the conditions out there will check back in with Chris throughout the morning here and meantime the weather as we'll continue to follow with throughout the day you'll see the precipitation throughout the morning's by the afternoon it'll start to taper off you'll see things dry out but again we're gonna get another round of this weather and that'll stick with us through tonight in the early morning hours tomorrow so you Tuesday morning commute may in fact be worse than the one that we're seeing out there this morning it's now a thirty eight on WBZ it's time for business we go live to Bloomberg and here's Tom Busby Hey thank you Jim what president trump opening up a new trade war front today this time against Brazil and Argentina slapping tariffs on there aluminum and steel products after saying they manipulate their currencies which church U. S. farmers and with that stock futures really took a tumble now Dow futures were up triple digits early this morning on strong consumer spending over the weekend right now Dow futures still up but up by thirteen thanks in large part to the boom in shale production government data shows the U. S. became a net exporter of crude first time that's happened in seventy years in September I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio eight thirty nine sports with Adam Kaufman lots to get to Celtics Bruins pats on Sunday night football that's all on the.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Often school students getting the green light now to cut class tomorrow and head over to Boston city hall of Seville join thousands of people in a March to the state house to demand action on climate change WBZ's Chris farmer this gentleman says the passion he sees from students to get involved behind issues brings him back to his you I agree with my was in the sixties and seventies we start up people stood up against the Vietnam want to one of the people kids protest not wall what going on on the five ten years who knows I want to bring ten and Brenda Sally assess students will be allowed to leave class for this but only if their parents get the school's permission in writing in advance and another human case of Tripoli's been confirmed here in Massachusetts health officials say the latest victim is a man from Essex County specifically Manchester by the sea this is the night Kim K. so far this year one woman from fair haven has died I'm a call they. we are not here today because. support for your business. stop in Latin cost you. put make up on. I shouldn't on. I should've known better but I didn't. I'm really sorry you're only in trouble if you get caught. I'm in trouble. Michelle carver was convicted in a jury wave to trial of involuntary manslaughter earlier this year now Carter is up for parole. it's very easy to attack. come out it's going. data going into Iraq. that's as good a text if you're ready yep light. bragging about how to deal with. significant others is tied a laughable based on his current status. five oh eight to if waffles ever does have marital issues will know who to call Ghostbusters. well there's been ghost in a couple.

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"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now, the Bill still needs to be reconciled in the house, and get the signature governor Baker. But unlike previous attempts at this legislation governor Baker is in support along with the house. Jim McKay WBZ Boston's NewsRadio this legislation also requires police to keep track of racial, and ethnic information of traffic stops with the goal of trying to curb. Any potential profiling cap world in Saugus wanted to pay tribute to the town and beautify their little stretch of route one so they commissioned, an artist paint the facade of their building. But when his bright vibrant vision was completed, the town government told the company, no dice WBZ's. Chris farmer explained. The displays kept getting bigger and more bold so decades ago town leaders specifically crafted their signed by laws to keep route one from becoming Las Vegas east, that means this mural require special variances, which came to surprise to cap world manager, Andrew Scott, not assign. It didn't say capital on it any way, also was, was a piece of artwork that kind of show history, route one, the hilltop, the mini golf plays the lighthouse pretty dope. What was unbelievable in when he actually put it up. I was like blown away, it was beautiful still is beautiful, but covered up with big sheets of metal, but the business can apply for a permit which would make Murless Phillip Coleman. Very pleased to be hard to hold back the emotion. It's more for the community. Mural said that alive for the city of leeann Peabody Salem just trying to contribute. Chris pharma WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio some new training, this year for lifeguards, who will be watching swimmers at metro area beaches operated by the department of conservation and recreation the training on what to do if or when they come across the person suffering from a drug overdose. Many the lifeguards are y'all under eighteen in DC are added the training for those lifeguards. So as Commissioner Leo. Roy says they're emotionally prepared if they come across someone who is suffering that tragedy. Nearly one hundred and twenty lifeguards underwent that training coming up a deadly accident.

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Boston Bruins rumors: Team will be without a captain for 4-6 weeks

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Boston Bruins rumors: Team will be without a captain for 4-6 weeks

"Road to take on Florida's state. Umass hopes to take a big bite out of Georgia between the hedges that games later on Chris farmer. WBZ sports. What kind of Ryan can you expect going over the river through the woods this holiday,

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In concession, Trump will help China's ZTE 'get back into business'

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:20 min | 3 years ago

In concession, Trump will help China's ZTE 'get back into business'

"Four zero nine days after telecom giant z t e said it was ending major operations because of us trade restrictions president trump says he's working with china's government rather china's president to get the company back in business last month commerce secretary wilbur ross announced us suppliers were banned from working z t e over iran and north korea sanction violations e t who's brazen disregard for our laws was as insulting as it was dangerous now president trump has tweeted too many jobs in china lost in says he's instructed the commerce department to help get z t e back in business california congressman adam schiff responded on twitter saying intel agencies warns e t technology is a may cybersecurity threat and urging trump to worry more about national security than chinese jobs sharon reed abc news wbz news time four oh nine state lawmakers are considering legislation to end what's called meal shaming a study from the massachusetts law reform institute says many schools tell cafeteria workers to toss out hot meals and substitute cold cheese sandwiches for students whose parents don't have the money to pay for lunch some schools bar students from extracurricular activities if their parents have school meal debt the education committee will hold a hearing on the bill on tuesday wbz news time for ten ahead of the historic summit with president trump secretary of state mike pompeo is making an offer to north korean leader kim jong un i have told him that what president trump wants to see the north korean regime get rid of its nuclear weapons program in completely and into an exchange for that we're prepared to ensure that the north korean people get the opportunity that they so richly deserve it's pretty straightforward pompeii appearing on cbs is face the nation also says the us will need to provide security assurances to north korea as part of a nuclear deal pompeo met with kim last week in north korea helping set the stage for president trump's summit with kim in singapore and that set for next month wbz news time four eleven there's a double dose of local sports in action as we speak the celtics at home against cleveland the red sox on the road in toronto and for the very latest from each contest returns wbz's chris farmer in the ace hticket dot com.

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