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02:11 min | Last week

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Friday night. This comes after the comedians announcement that several stops in Florida and one in Salt Lake City have been canceled. This difficult decision was made. Due to the rising numbers of covid cases and also because I have an ego, But my ego is not big enough to think that people should die to hear my stupid comedy. The Chevalier Theater says it is requiring proof of vaccination for some events or a negative covid 19 test result within 72 hours of Showtime, including for Oswald Show In Medford, James RoHaas WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio and at 6 37, a very busy and poignant morning at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, WBC's Chris Farmer was there as the craft of it. Family unveiled a brand new garden to honor those who lost their lives on 9 11, standing next to one of six trees freshly planted near the North side entrance, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the stadiums do 9 11 Memorial Tree Garden accomplishes two very important goals to help. Come on, right. And remember those brave and wonderful people who have given their lives to preserve our way of life, but also the terrible moment that over three thousands lost their lives on that day, craft himself reflected on his personal experiences that day, frantically trying to locate his wife, Myra, who had flown from Logan to New York that very morning she was in the airport at the same time. As one of the terrorists have come down from Maine. Never in my lifetime in America did I think that would happen. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 6 38 time for Bloomberg business. Here's Andrew. Some people who got to covid vaccine so far this year, we'll get a third as a booster and also the once a year seasonal flu vaccine. That's a lot of shots, Moderna says. It wants you to be able to get one fewer announcing today that is developing a combined single dose booster vaccine against both Covid 19 and the seasonal flu. Stock buyers dined, then dashed today indexes rose early but drifted lower. Dow Loses 152 NASDAQ Down 38 S and P 500 down 21 Andrew Oh, day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. You're not.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBC's Chris Farmer explains. It's a pivot off of a pivot off of a pivot since Covid. We had to shut down our tasting room, and when the weather cooperated, we opened up an outdoor patio, and we've also added a tent. And that tent has been busy. A deeper Vina winery in Walpole. We've had birthday parties. Bridal showers. We've had an executive chef come in. We're going to have a comedy night. We've tried to do some things that are interactive and fun and that blend well with wine. Now Rich Bevilaqua and his partners will try something that bends with wine. Divine yoga with Dana a yoga class into the deep Aveeno Tent. East meets West Coast. We have 13 varieties of wines made with grapes sourced from Northern California. Now, mistake for another glass. Chris Farmer, WBZ Boston's news radio. Fivethirtyeight off to Wall Street we go. Tracy Junkie is at Bloomberg, the NASDAQ An ISM P. We're breaking records again. The NASDAQ Up 22 points. The S and P up tend the Dow rose 39 points. We got record numbers, also from Dick's sporting goods, as in record sales and profits, thanks to pandemics, driven demand for home workout equipment and sports gear. And in July, the manufacturers of motor homes and travel trailers were building and shipping them out to dealers. In record numbers. The pandemic has been revving up demand for RVs since last summer, people felt safer hitting the road if they could bring their homes along. I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. You're not talking to yourself. Wow. You're telling your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart Radio Hall of My Concerns are disappearing. Thank you go early, staying late. Travel stress freaking Celebrate Spike what you're doing notice The Bay Bridge needs a jingle. Yeah, telling people to cross the Bay Bridge early in the morning or late at night. Go early, Stay late. Travel, stress free and celebrate. Business is on the eastern Shore are thrilled to have you back early and stay late. Get average traffic updates at the Vita on Twitter or bay bridge dot com. I Heart radio goes one on one with Iggy Azalea to ask her of her album ended up being everything she thought it would be. Everybody has a picture in the head of what you want something to be and Whatever it is, If it's you're making a painting or what you envision your outfit is going to look like, Can you go out and buy? It always comes out slightly different. It's inspired by what you thought it would be in the same way. When you're making music. You might be thinking of a sound, and you can never quite get it exactly how it is in your mind. But it's close or it's something different. And so for me, I was like, I don't know my albums, not how I thought it was going to go. But then once I sat with it, and I was like, actually, that's great. Keep listening to I heart radio for more azalea and all your favorite artists.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He can't call it a heat crimes theft. We would have to take all other things into consideration At this point. We can't go any further to identify it as a certain type of crime at this point, because we're just not there yet, And this isn't the first time this has happened back in May, another rainbow flag was stolen from the first church of when the one stolen over the weekend was the replacement flag. Sherry Small WBC Boston's news radio 5 20, now the ongoing toll of the pandemic. Literally, it's covering Covid related dip in revenue of $60 million. The main turnpike authorities looking into racing it's tolls by November. It would also help foot the bill for new projects like additional highway widening in Portland and also the construction of a new exit in socko. Public meetings of the increases are going to be scheduled for next month. City of Brockton, starting the monumental task of overhauling their entire fleet of school buses. The story there from WBC's Chris Farmer. It wasn't a move made out of desperation, but it was getting close to it. Brockton has always been a city that struggled with budget deficits. It was either make a decision to purchase our own vehicles and bring it all in house or start to really cut services for our students and families. Something brought in school Superintendent Michael Thomas Mayor Robert Sullivan, the school Committee and City Council weren't going to do so. They found the money and bought a total of 64 brand new buses some full size. Some have some that are wheelchair accessible and all of them heavy air conditioning. By switching out the fleet. The city will save a half million next school year. Millions more in the years that followed, and, according to Thomas, should create 200 City jobs by 2023. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. We're expecting another hazy sunrise on this Wednesday morning temperatures up around 80 degrees. The only thing we're looking out for is really some thunderstorms, potentially on the way later today, we'll get you the full forecast.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Makes me feel elated. All these people here just to celebrate box baby is an awesome thing, and I'm happy faces. This plaque. May you're and we are more than a statistic. What makes Roxbury special is its people. We are resilient and we are powerful Mayor Janey wasn't the only candidate for Mayor Michelle Wu, Andrea Campbell and Anissa Sammy George also walked the parade in Roxbury. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ, Boston's news radio. It's now 56 shots fired in broad daylight on Sunday in Everett, striking a woman's home. Police say they responded to the area of shoot Street. And Russell place around 11 30 in the morning. Police believe it was an isolated incident, someone on foot trying to shoot at a car or funding for the future. With summer jobs. W ABS Chris Farmer telling us about a jobs program for kids. All across the Commonwealth. It's a product of the attorney general's office and we're talking about a lot of jobs are programs funded over 1000 jobs since 2015. It's It's a great opportunity and a great way to make a difference in people's lives in as much as the type of jobs and experience. It exposes young people to this camp counselors and sport coaches and peer advisers and urban farmers and the light positions of leadership, says Eggy, Maura Healey and 75 Different organizations. Statewide boys and girls, Clubs, Food colon. Safety and survival programs that put a little coin in a kid's pocket and teaches them about health and wellness and making a difference in the community. It's a really great program, and we're really proud to to support it. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, seven Now in blue Origin, launches people into space for the first time founder Jeff Bezoza will be on board. No test pilots or flight engineers for Tuesday's debut flight from West Texas, just the founder of Amazon, his brother, an 82, year old aviation pioneer and also a teenage tourists. The capsule is entirely automated. Unlike Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic rocket plane that required two pilots to get him into space, and back a week ago, the billionaire rivals gearing up to launch anyone willing to shell out hundreds of thousands of dollars for a brief Trip to space..

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. I'm Jim McKay. And here are the five things you need to know at 8 45 stormy weather and it's just getting started. Elsa moving fast stuff through the Northeast. Heavy rain already starting to pound parts of New England. One area in particular being hit hard with power outages rent them with some high winds earlier around 1000 customers in the dark there, but elsewhere states doing okay Right now. The storm is already leaving wreckage in the path of New York and New Jersey roads, flooding and subway stations plotting out through New York City and Pfizer is looking towards the FDA for a third vaccination approval. CDC saying Right now fully vaccinated people will only have mild symptoms if they contract covid 19 rain in Boston. Visibility is real tough. Whole day of Elsa on the watch and WBC's Drew Mulholland currently following the track of the storm for us Well, Jim, it's steady as we go when it comes to that track. The meteorologists know where this thing is going, and they have a good gauge on Elsa. Right now. The track right now is looking pretty stable. It may just be maybe a like a wobbler. So that's only gonna not really going to influence the impact too much. Andrew Leconte with the National Weather Service tells me when those downpours come in, the concern remains flooding as much as 3 to 5 inches of rain falling in a short period of time. That's going to lead to some Will be touched flooding concerns and the worst of the worst. Well, it's coming quick. The peak of the conditions is really going to be this morning into like one or two o'clock, and then they're else it goes. It's a quick mover. Your mojo and WBZ Boston's news radio, and it is a quick mover. And right now Connecticut is really getting hammered that Acela corridor if you will, heading down to New York City, Bridgeport into Stamford down into New York City, just points North, also into New Haven. Real real heavy rain and Some of those rain bands are just exploding across different parts of central mass as well right now, and it's going to continue for the next few hours and some of this weather measurements from Elsa Well, they're being recorded right at the Blue Hills Observatory in Milton. WBC's Chris Farmers, stopping by there as some work is underway, but they're still tallying that data at the 137 year old tower. The storm bears down on the observatory at the hills Peak. There are times when we can't see how at all it's just coming down in sheets when the winds start cutting over about 50. MPH it comes a little eerie, like ghosts working in the winds type of thing this coming from Observatory program director Don McCaslin, who's met the middle of Mother Nature face to face the most I've experienced ever is 85 MPH. What's it like standing up here? When that comes with it, you have to brace may be familiar with the low down pose that Jim Cantori does you have to do that? And while he said he would never want to be on top of the tower with all of its metal instruments during a lightning storm, if it's just water and wind, some people it would make nervous, but For most of our weather geeks that are working here. It's like, isn't this great Chris Pharma WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio and like We've been mentioning with our coverage, tracking these power outages, and they are already.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Who have cancer. It's called Tommy's place in Falmouth, as we hear from WBZ is Chris Farmer. Everybody keeps asking. Founder Tim O. Connell wins the grand opening the day that that first family quietly walks through that door to go on a dream vacation in a sprawling, beautiful film is home filled with games and books. T V s a basketball court pool. They even have an antique fire truck. Anything and everything to put a smile on a kid's face and then make this a nice, comfortable place where the mom can just exhale and Tim trusted local artists to create that involve Government, Erica Hagler donated a mural of a giant octopus in the game room. They've been stuck in these hospital walls that are all one color and it's very dreary. And when you go into Tommy's places, which sparked the imagination, I'm so grateful and these artists they didn't have to do it. She asked me yesterday. Can I say it? I said, you better sign it. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Other news We're watching tonight at 7 47. Prosecutors in New York are soon expected to bring criminal charges. Against the Trump Organization. CBSS Nicole Scanner reports. A lawyer representing the former president says he does not expect the former president himself to be charged. New York prosecutors are likely to charge the Trump Organization in the coming days. Ronald Fischetti, who represents former President Donald Trump, Confirmed to CBS News Tuesday. Prosecutors are likely, however, to not file charges against President Donald Trump himself. No charges have been filed. Yet. This comes as a federal probe is now looking into Rudy Giuliani, the former president's former attorney, and also Giuliani's lobbying efforts for Turkey. Here's a B CS Aaron Carter Ski with the UPDATE. The Justice Department inquiry into Rudy Giuliani is separate from the criminal investigation into Giuliani's activities in Ukraine. The Justice Department is examining now Giuliani's representation of a Turkish businessman raises a rob and whether Giuliani's efforts to pressure the Trump administration to drop a criminal case against Rob went too far. A representative for Giuliani could not be reached for comment, but the former mayor has previously denied wrongdoing. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chris Farmer Golf magazine recently named George right in Hyde Park, the third best public golf course in the country. Tell these guys something they don't know. Awesome. Just a great place to play from uni where as good as it gets. It's a great course, like keep in great shape, and they've done a lot of work to the last few years of for municipal course it's a total gym. It even has good eats. We come here for lunch because the menu is great. The people are great. They sure were to me. But the key to George writes high marks is the layout. A beauty of a design by Rene An architect Donald Ross. He was way ahead of his time. Any Donald Ross course you play, you're going to see a pretty unique place. What we have here is it's kind of a boutique. Your rank higher than the place they play in the U. S open as we speak. We're a better layout. It's a better golf course. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio. Some of the nation's top athletes will be in Eugene, Oregon. Today. Why, for the start of the Olympic track and field trials, and the final ruling is in on a runner who claims a burrito. Messed up her drug test. The American runner who claims she tested positive for doping after she ate a burrito from a food truck will not be allowed to take part in trials for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Hours after USA Track and field gave the green light for Shelby Hula had to participate. The U. S Olympic Committee overruled the decision, announcing it is adhering to the World Anti Doping Agency code. That means full the hands four year bad stands. She claimed she unknowingly ingested an anabolic steroid by eating pork in a burrito. Studies have found small amounts of nandrolone, an awful made from pig organ meat. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chairs on the Titanic. Truthfully, I mean, we've got so much more so I just kind of My house back. Good luck. Sean. Matt Sheer WBZ. Boston's news Radio. Pekinese wins Best in show at the Westminster Dog Show in New York City while your dog Continues to go nuts when the mail arrives. Am I right letter carriers walk a fine line when they walk onto your property, and sometimes they pay a heavy price. WBC's Chris Farmer says there's a lesson to be learned is the post Office kicks off dog bite awareness Week. Their animus is well documented. And from what I'm told, one sided. I know a lot of letter carriers who owned dogs and who love dogs. Well, then why don't dogs like y'all? Maybe it's the uniformed. I don't know, but I think it's just the dog doesn't know who this stranger is coming up to the door. They failed their family or the turf is being threatened. They're going to react and react. They have to the tune of nearly 6000 attacks on letter carriers Last year alone. It's why the USPS has adopted dog bite awareness week this week to remind residents to be careful with their pups. When the mailman comes knocking, just make sure the drugs secure or in another room. And if you do, let your dog run around loose, just be mindful of the delivery times carry is a pretty consistent We normally get your mail between 10 and 11. Just keep the dog in the house and put them out after Chris Farmer WBZ Boston News radio. A dog goes on the attack at an MBT a station transit officials say the German shepherd mix is now in quarantine after a T police officer was bitten three times last week. The officer called to Chama Station on reports of a stray dog wandering the premises officer treated at a local hospital. An investigation is underway. A three day auction rakes in millions for items from music legends more than 1000 items hit the auction block, including instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe and personal property owned and used by recording artists from all genres. From Madonna and share to Tupac Tom Petty and Jimi Hendrix. Elton John's.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sonny's guys too high clouds out. There were 50. We could see 60 today for our high in Boston. It's 10 30. Good morning. Here's what's happening right now. The vaccines, there are growing concerns that the paws of the Johnson and Johnson shot will worsen vaccine hesitancy. After nearly seven million inoculations distribution was halted after six people developed blood clots. CVS is Lower Podesta with the latest today Today, the CDC will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the blood clotting possibly associated with the Johnson and Johnson single shot. Covad vaccine. There are six reported cases of rare but severe blood clots. One woman has died. And another is in critical condition to try and make up for the gap caused by the Johnson and Johnson pause. Fizer CEO yesterday announced the company would boost production and deliver 10% more doses to the U. S. By the end of May than previously agreed. Laura Podesta CBS News Meantime, our Chris farmers spoke with members of the local medical community for their reaction to the J and J Pause. Doctor Renewed big dilly of Brigham and Women's says there's risk associated with any vaccine for any conditions, so there's no need to panic. If you've had the J and J shot prove it is far, far, far more concerning out of more than six million doses the river. Six of these events diagnosed in each of these victims were similar in profile. These cases are the so called cerebral vein. Thrombosis and all the six patients that were reported by the CDC N FDA. It appears that have been women of childbearing age. Even if that doesn't describe you, the doctor says. It's important to know the symptoms of thrombosis, severe headache, confusions, blurred vision, leg or abdominal pain, however, but not everyone with a mild headache, for example, needs to go to an emergency room. Chris Mama WBC Boston's news radio, from hesitancy to confidence mode, Earnest says new data shows its covert vaccine. Is more than 90% effective six months after the second dose, now the Cambridge based company's working on boosters targeting the variants out there, and they vowed to keep doing that as long as necessary to keep the pandemic under control. Both visor, and Johnson and Johnson make that Fizer and Moder gonna have proven to be safe and effective. So far, Johnson and Johnson, they say they are safe and effective. But again, those six cases are concerning and that's why the feds and the CDC called that abrupt halt. We'll see what happens today when they meet again and changes their coming nationwide to family planning the body White House wants to reverse what happened in the Trump White House. The Trump administration's 2019 change. Means to the federal family Planning program band clinics from referring women for abortions that led Planned Parenthood to drop out of the program and the complicated things for women trying to get birth control. Women's groups called it a gag rule. Ah, proposed by the administration change would undo Trump changes that also required federally funded clinics to financially and physically separate themselves from facilities providing abortions. The Supreme Court's already agreed to hear a challenge to the Trump rules. Soccer Megane Washington Calls for change ringing out in the streets will tell you why, but right now, speaking of the streets, they've been a mess. 10 33, the super retailers of New England, all will drive.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"chris farmers" 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 farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"19 vaccine goes on, but the numbers are still not where officials want them to be double D. B. C's Chris farmers spoke with one local doctor about the rollout. The clumsiness of the rollout followed what Dr Todd Ellen considers a wild success. I think Operation works speed is really the ultimate in collaboration as far as development. A synergy lost come time to distribute because we've never done it before. The bottom line is the United States does not really have a national infrastructure. Are in how to roll out a program of this magnitude, like the role loads with polio and smallpox lessons can and have been learned, says Dr Element who calls for further investments and distribution in order to match the innovations of development. Whether that means opening up stadiums doing 24 7 vaccinations for mobile units like vans. Going into vulnerable communities. Chris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio. Congressman was holed up in the capital last week says he got cool bit even after getting vaccinated. So how does that happen? New YORK Congressman Adriano Espaillat says he has tested positive for the Corona virus, even after receiving his second dose of the Fizer vaccine. ABC News Medical contributor Doctor a lot, Patel says about 10 days after the first shot. I've got about 50% protection and a week after the second shot you have about 95% protection. So it's possible this Congressman God covert 19 in this small window, possibly asymptomatic infection. We just need to learn more. The current covert vaccines were developed to prevent symptomatic covert infections. They're still learning more about asymptomatic spread. Sherry Preston ABC NEWS Massachusetts Public Schools reporting 930 New Cove in 19 cases from last week and again out of all of the district. Across the state, Fall River, New Bedford and built in have the highest reported cases among students and staff. 11 await. Let's see what's going on in the world of business. Joining us from Bloomberg. It's Tracy junkie, Laurie Wells Fargo is still healing, old and self inflicted wounds. One of his expenses in the fourth quarter wasn't more than $300 million charge related to its account scandals dating back five years as stocks broke records last year. So did JP Morgan Chase's profits. It made more money in the last months of last year than it ever has. However, the bank's customers also include people who are struggling to make it and it's not reducing its reserves for soured credit card loans. The Dow is falling 264 points. The NASDAQ is down 143, the S and P down 37 points. Some Tracy jockey Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Tracy coming up in just a few minutes at 11 15. We'll have more on the high alert in the nation's a capital ahead of next week's inauguration. That smart speaker does more.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For families in need. A few 100 bucks a month with no strings attached, and the last presidential debate with President Trump and Joe Biden and this Thursday night from Nashville and you'll hear it live on BBC news radio. It's 8 46 and following more than a year of turmoil and tragedy, the Boeing 7 37 MAXjet may have finally been cleared for takeoff. Boeing 7 37 Max, grounded since March of 2019 maybe hitting the skies again soon, American Airlines says pending FAA re certification It will fly the plane from December 29th. Through January. 4th between Miami and New York as part of a plan to phase the plane back into service in Europe's top aviation regulator, told Bloomberg last week he's satisfied with the changes Boeing has made to the aircraft enough so that it could be flying again in Europe. By the end of this year, 7 37 Max was pulled from service after two crashes that killed 364 people, and that is CBS's Die in King Hall without report. A new slate of flights going to be available for booking as early as this weekend, customers will be made aware that they are flying on a Boeing MAXjet at 8 47. The city of Wooster is mourning the loss of its longtime DPW commissioner, W. P. Z's John Bay back has more almost He was 63 when he launched his battle late Friday with cancer. He had served this city for 36 years since 2014 is the DPW commissioner who led the city through countless snow storms and other states of emergency and in fact was late in the city. A second drought in three years. You also had a role in the ongoing construction of Polar Park Mayor Joe Petty says Mousy was a true public servant City. Bannister at Augusta says he was honored to work with Lucy for the last seven years, saying he'll be missed a za colleague and as a friend. In the Worcester bureau, John Bay back W B Z Boston's news right here all this decade. It's estimated that 25% of all job growth in Massachusetts is coming from stem believes he's Chris farmers, saying That's why science technology, engineering and math are in the spotlight This week Stem week here in Massachusetts and state leaders, educators and employers from industries across the Commonwealth are asking you to see yourself in. In fact, that's the theme of the third annual in first time fully Ritual celebration of science, technology, engineering and math, which was created to provide some foundational skills for a student to be prepared to enter this vibrant workforce. Dr. Jennifer Handsome in his dean of math and science at Westfield State, she's optimistic about taking stem week online. We can reach more students and community members this way, with forums and lectures, presentations and guest speakers, something for everyone, anyone across that they conjoining. It's nasty and weak dot org's. You can sort through filter out different activities. The great one. Hate to interact. Chris Mama W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio heads up for those in Boston's financial district. The tot A bakery and cafe is going to be closed for the day. Muddy water is to blame there. The place is a mess this morning. Crews are working to repair a burst water main right across the street. I know the school is saying they're going remote Students at Cardinal Spellman High School in Brockton will be learning from home this morning after three new covert cases are confirmed at the school Southeast Regional vote Tech also going remote, as school officials say exposure to three students was very limited. A beachside restaurant in Salisbury temporarily shut down for violating Covad restrictions. The closure coming after the Dolphin Bar and Grill reportedly had Carrie Okie night the other night. That's not allowed until face four of the state's reopening plan. The owner is planning to appeal that decision. And at 8 49 Corona virus infections now surpassing 40 million across the globe and the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University. CBS's Savina Castle. Franco. Seeing Europe is among the region's grappling with a dangerous new surgeon cases as Italy hit a new record of daily covert 19 cases of more than 11,700. The Italian prime minister Giuseppe Monti announced new restrictions, saying the situation is critical restaurants will now close at midnight. And tables will be limited to six bars will have to close at 6 P.m.. Unless I can offer seated service, Amateur sports and local fairs have been banned. School arrivals will be staggered Sabina Castle Franco CBS News Room at 8 50 protests in the Czech Republic, turning violent.

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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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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 farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmers" 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 farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Will be on display in Boston starting in June king tight treasures of the golden Farrow will open at the sun this castle at the park plaza it's gonna be the the largest exhibit ever to travel outside of Egypt exhibit producer try Collins from IMG says this is an historic collection there are more than sixty pieces that until now had never left Egypt including the real version of this super size giants the guardian stature the guardian statue Stewart for close to three thousand years guarding the burial chamber in the to get into the cleft WBZ Boston's news radio and one forty seven the democratic presidential candidates will be taking to the stage one last time before the Iowa caucus CBS's T. father minnows more tonight will be the final debate before the February third Iowa caucuses so a lot could be at stake six candidates will be on stage Joe Biden Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Pete put a judge in the club a char and Tom Starfire and we certainly expect Bernie Sanders to respond to claims by Elizabeth Warren that in twenty eighteen Sanders said Democrats could not win the White House with a woman as their nominee Steve Futterman CBS news the morning as democratic field continues to sharing some voters just aren't interested in tonight's debate are you going to be watching W. B. C.'s Chris farmers asking that question more stops more potential votes the same answer we you watch tonight's debate give any interest not at all and why won't you I don't vote democratic never have never will so the incumbent is your guide don't like him but he's not a Democrat so if you don't like a candidate why for your support behind them it's just the nature of the people that run for president they're no longer mainstream they're always one of the spec some of the other than what's your ideal candidate I would love for a moderate presidential candidate we don't have any Jimmy Carter's.

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

WBZ Morning News

00:59 min | 1 year 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 farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The three as well as promised it's been getting sun here as the day goes on hotter and human as well more humid. using mid eighties today feels like it's in the low nineties all right down to the upper sixties overnight and then again tomorrow much less sticky out there right now in Boston it is eighty degrees Antonio brown is on the practice field this afternoon in Foxboro the rest of the New England Patriots this after we learned last night he is facing allegations of rape and now the district attorney and a leg any county Pennsylvania says they'll be looking into those allegations WBZ's Chris farmers in Foxborough the latest in a long line of controversy this year for Antonio brown the embattled why does who arrived here in the bay state just three days ago and signed a day later he is now the subject of a federal lawsuit filed in South Florida the alleged he sexually assaulted his former trainer on three different occasions then it's graphics stuff according to the court documents brown denied the allegations through his lawyer who says the all pro will pursue all legal remedies to not only clear his name but to protect other pro athletes against other false accusations they do it they they take the matter very seriously and under no circumstances condone sexual assault or violence but will have no further comment about the investigation takes place live in Foxboro Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio back to school buses have been brutal for some Boston public students on multiple occasions bus loads of kids of showing up late in the morning and Dorchester parents have taken their complaints to the city's three one one system to say they've got a last minute calls to pick up their kids because the buses hadn't superintendent Brenda Cassell is talk to WBZ about it quite the issues have been with the routing and that you know we're trying to get to the bottom of the routing and some of our some of our schools and then we had some students who were late registration and so we had to adjust some of the routes for them and so we're trying to get to the bottom of that with our bus drivers Sally says the delays are getting fewer every day it's the third week for the union trash collection workers strike. in Marshfield Rocklin an Abington the picket line began workers from teamsters local twenty five asked for better pay and benefits residents are getting their trash picked up by non union workers in the interim as a point of contention is officials in those areas are saying the trash pick up back on schedule while union rep say that's not true workers unionize six months ago or trying to negotiate their first collective contracts for men previously charged with breaking into Taylor swift's mansion in Rhode Island is now facing charges for allegedly doing doughnuts at president trump's New Jersey golf course not the delicious kind the destructive kind the act apparently caused over twenty grand worth of damage earlier this month the donuts were done at different holes leading authorities to charge Richard McCuen from Milford with criminal mischief. what a Jack by Scott was just the beginning of the ordeal for away myth two year old that child must now undergo a series of painful shots after the animal tested positive for rabies WBZ TV is Julie macdonell has the story she was hysterical as we all were was screeching the family had been grilling in playing outside when suddenly an aggressive skunk charge toward them in the backyard before her mother or grandmother could reach the little girl the skunk bit her and wouldn't let go phantom is mother was able to pull her away then women firefighters arrived to put the animal down but not without a fight it took awhile to Scott kept coming at the fireman they said it would not give up at the hospital Fatimah.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here in Massachusetts after high winds Retallack for many yesterday. In addition to trees and power lines coming down. There was other damage from those winds some boats at a marina in Fall River fell victim. And that's where we find WBZ's. Chris farmers yesterday's winter wind-blasted places along the south coast with vicious force. This is one of the worst that we've seen in the number of years in in this particular area. That's Michael Lund, owner of Borden lights, marina in Fall River, a two hundred vessels shipyard, his family is operated for more than three decades. So well storms like these presents a challenge. They're nothing new to him or his colleagues not only here in Narragansett bay. I'm sure up on the south shore closer to Boston. You know, they always confront the same thing. It's just dangerous and occasionally destructive. Now, fortunately Simone is. Don't always do what they're supposed to do with the vote, and we have some damage three boats toppled in the wind side by side by side. Like dominoes, Michael has learned in his career. You can always fix fiberglass in Fall River, Chris Beaumont WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And even though we've got wind gusts around here about forty miles an hour or so this afternoon it is nothing like yesterday's wild weather. Meteorologists say a wind gust atop mount Washington New Hampshire hit a record one hundred and seventy one miles an hour. That's the equivalent of a category five hurricane that. Gust beat the previous February record of a hundred and sixty six miles an hour that was set in one thousand nine hundred seventy two it was also the strongest wind recorded in any month on top of the mountain since one thousand nine hundred five forecasters say they're safe in the observatory for winds up to three hundred miles an hour. Although Mondays when did 'cause their windows to flex back and forth because of pressure changes on the mountain.

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"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chris farmers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This east. Sometimes it's very miserable. And I don't like it. Who would WBZ's Chris farmers along the red line in Braintree? How have things been moving this morning, Chris. Well, so far. Ben, fortunately, Stephen and the rest of the passengers era at the Braintree station happen, experienced any delays, just a minor delays on the line that was few hours ago, and that has all been cleared up. There are however delays on other lines of the train the orange line right now experiencing ten to fifteen minutes worth of delays. That's because of an earlier break down near the community, college and apparently cruiser having trouble getting equipment sent there. There's also a couple of delays on the commuter rail. The Fitchburg mind right now off schedule up to twenty five minutes because of a stretch through Lincoln, and what shoes it which is experiencing delays because of mechanical issues and the newburyport line to and from north station as delays of five to ten minutes. Now the team through at a blanket warning last night on Twitter telling folks, especially during high volume times to expect ten to fifteen minutes worth of delays and the watch out for any ice that could build up in the station on stairs. Or on the platform live in Braintree at the red line. Chris pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio delays are still a problem that Logan airport after the weekend storm in the ongoing cold more than one hundred and twenty flights delayed more than one hundred and thirty others cancelled today with the deep freeze over the past couple of days thousands in Rhode Island up in dealing without heat on under pressurization problem with some national grid lines in Newport, and Middletown Governor Gina Raimondo, declaring a state of emergency and says for some the problem may not be resolved for a while. This is going to be a multiday event. This this could last a week or more national greatest working to fix the problem. The governor though says anybody in a home without heat should leave a state police trooper and a tow truck driver.

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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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Chris Sale of Boston Red Sox comes off disabled list to start against Baltimore Orioles

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Chris Sale of Boston Red Sox comes off disabled list to start against Baltimore Orioles

"Been extended until two fifteen this afternoon for Lynn Peabody and Salem I spoke a short while. Ago with William Babcock from the national weather service we have two areas. That we've been watching the primary threat has been in the area, around Lynn where we've had several showers heavy downpours really moved, in off, the

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

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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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