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"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 18 hrs ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

"39 year old Eugene wood, riding a motorized wheelchair, was struck and killed Friday evening in saint Mary's county. The sheriff's office says wood was trying to cross great mills road when he was hit by a 1994 Ford Ranger, driven by 55 year old Walter Tyrone wall of Calloway. The sheriff's office says speed and alcohol do not appear to have been factors in the crash. Maryland state police made an air rescue of a hunter Friday who was stranded in a remote area. The hunter was stuck in the marshy terrain of Blackwater national wildlife refuge after falling out of a tree stand. Maryland state police aviation command was flown into rescue the hunter after the dorchester county department of emergency services requested the helicopter team because the hunter was badly injured and stranded in a remote area. The two teams worked together to provide medical aid and got them airlifted some 80 feet into the air and to a trauma center. Stetson Miller, WTU, he news. She confronted her former cop husband about sexually abusing kids. Now a local woman is cutting a deal on charges connected to shooting him. Pleading guilty to aggravated assault and carrying a pistol without a license is 50 year old centi weems, last summer she was told her husband was sexually abusing kids at her day care, she confronted him in a D.C. hotel room shooting him in the leg. Her husband James weems, a former Baltimore cop, was working as a security guard for a convention and staying at the posh Mandarin oriental hotel in southwest, he's facing 30 counts connected to the sexual assault of several kids under the plea deal shantry weems would get two years in prison, sentencing is set for February. Kyle Cooper, WTO news. Going away for the holidays is your home secure. There is some evidence that having a camera or having an alarm system that works will actually deter burglars. And Kevin brasler with consumers checkbooks has now more than ever, there are lots of easy to set up, do what yourself options. What hasn't changed is how burglars, for the most part, get into homes, which is they open an unlocked door, or they open an unlocked window, or they lift a sliding glass door off its tracks. So he says have good locks on doors and windows into remember to use them. Checkbook rankings of locksmiths and home security companies are at WTO P dot com search locks. Christy king WTO P news

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"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 1 d ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

"State police made an air rescue of a hunter on Friday stranded in a remote area. The hunter was stuck in the marshy terrain of Blackwater national wildlife refuge after falling out of a tree stand. Maryland state police aviation command was flown into rescue the hunter after the dorchester county department of emergency services requested the helicopter team because the hunter was badly injured and stranded in a remote area. The two teams worked together to provide medical aid and got them airlifted some 80 feet into the air and to a trauma center. Stetson Miller, WTO P news. The Defense Department wants to know how it's going for military kids. It's launched a new study of adolescent resilience, a survey of military dependent children between ages 11 and 17. Federal news network reports it takes about half an hour to complete and asks kids questions about mental and physical health. It asks about academic performance and career goals as well. The survey also seeks information about the relationship between military parents and their kids, participants who complete the survey can get a $10 Amazon gift card. There are renewed concerns about the mental health of men and women serving in the navy after the recent apparent suicides of four sailors. The command, which is assigned to repair ships on the east coast, includes 1200 sailors. About 500 of whom are on limited duty status for various reasons, including pregnancy injuries and mental health problems. After the first two deaths, the navy ordered a mental health stand down and brought in Kayla arecibo. President of a nonprofit counseling service who delivered a grim report to the navy. CBS David Martin reporting, each year hundreds of veterans die by suicide, but there is hope in Maryland some of those deaths can be prevented with additional training for medical care providers and their staff and remember, if you or someone you care about is considering suicide, you can call 9 8 8 for help. It's 5 55. Money news at 25 and 55. The Lake between good

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"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 d ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

"Have green belt at 44° right now, and it's 44° in Columbia heights, D.C. at four 40. Person has died after they were struck by a car on I 95. It happened this morning on the southbound side of the interstate near the ICC in Laurel just before ten. Maryland state police aren't saying why the person was not at their car at the time of the crash and the investigation is underway still on what caused that crash. Merrill and state police air rescued a hunter on Friday who threw a stranded in a marshy terrain area of dorchester county. Stats and Miller is more. The injured hunter was stuck in Blackwater national wildlife refuge after falling at 14 feet out of a tree stand. The dorchester county department of emergency services called in Maryland state police aviation command because the hunter was so badly injured in a remote part of the refuge. Once they got there, the helicopter team lowered in a state trooper paramedic who provided medical care to the hunter, then hoisted them about 80 feet into the air and flew to a trauma center. Stetson Miller, WTO P news. Are you looking for a great vacation spot? Well, look no further than one of our own suburbs. Charles county has made Conde nast traveler's list of the 23 best places to go in the U.S. in 2023. It says in addition to the county's rich history, there's also a robust farm and river to table dining scene and a music and arts revival that's afoot. The publication also calls la Plata picture perfect small town Americana that has interesting new additions. It recommends staying in a picturesque and historic southern Maryland bed and breakfast. The best places list spans the American West to Caribbean islands. John Aaron WTO P news. Just 30 years ago, no one did this now. Americans do it 2 trillion times a year. Did you guess it? Yep, it's texting, the first text sent 30 years ago this weekend by text inventor, Neil papworth, and maybe it will make you feel better to know he can't get his kids to stop texting either. I used to say to them, you know, do you not want to go out and see your Friends? You spend all day messaging them. Pap we're telling The Today Show, he had no idea texting would blow up so big. Who are you texting 50 times a day? And bring us such useful terms like fomo, LOL, OMG, and of course, BRB

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Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

"So you were in bath. And then where else did you go? We were at the British Museum. So you mean you then went to London? We were in London. So between bath. Well, no, we were a bunch of smaller places in between. I can't even remember the names of them. You know, because their wall Chester and dorchester were why did you go there? Because they were just interesting things to do at these certain places. Can you give us an example? There was one town I can not remember the name of it, but it was a town in Scotland right on the border of Scotland and the rest of England, whatever that's called. And as soon as you got there, you could get married. There were certain you couldn't marry. Oh, this is actually this is famous because I know about this. Basically, Samuel Johnson would refer to this as scotch wedding. Yes. And a scotch wedding was like a Vegas wedding, basically. That's exactly what it was. And this guy was the guy that married you was a cobbler, okay? So he was, he had like this, he wasn't officially. Wait, wait, you either still doing this now? I don't know if yes, you could still get married there, but it would be a obviously you can get married there, but I'm saying, is this thing still in effect that if you want? Because in England, did they say we're going to take a trip to gretna green? Yes, that's it. Oh, I've got to come up with the name. I've got to come up. I should have been taking notes. And yes, it's famous. Yes, it is. Because like 200 years ago, if you were in trouble, or you got a girl with child, you take a trip up to create a green and get a quick. It was really that it was really like the vagus of its day. But I'm so glad you couldn't remember the name that made such an impact on you that you could barely remember it. I know it took me like the 5 or 6 days to get over the time change, which was only 5 hours, but in fact, I'm suffering it now, but not badly, it's better. It's tough.

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"dorchester" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"dorchester" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"They couldn't relax as much as they wanted to when he was on the floor because he made them pay. And same thing with Al. I can tell you right now that both Al and Daniel are still low key fired up about this comment that Bruce Brown made. I mean, look at the way. I don't know if they've had back to back games, but they were both this impactful. In terms of scoring the ball. And I don't think it's just a coincidence that Bruce Brown said what he did. And those guys are out to prove Bruce wrong. And Daniel, you know, he knows he's going to get four or 5 files. No matter what. So at least you can do is get some damn buckets at the other end of the floor. If you can pick all these damn files. Yeah. That's true. But you know what else to run? Bruce Brown going, what was that? 11 O run or 9 O run. That's just what they need. They're like, not only do we have to take care of this team, defensively, but we're going to take care of that guy. That's the one that's been yapping. And here he is doing it in front of his home crowd, even though they don't really like him right now. From dorchester, I mean, playoff career playoff high, you know, he was balling out, feeling himself, and then something shut that down. They shot that right down. And man, you gotta just get this team credit, just the way they defended Durant overall, man. Again, I was ready to take in a 35 to 40 point game from Durant. And I just never got that feeling throughout the game that he was going to have, you know? Man, you take the fritos. How many points has got? I mean, not all of them, but obviously getting to the free throw line was huge for his point total, but between him and Kyrie, man. It's very impressive with those doing defensively man. It really is. Yeah. Those guys are, yeah, those guys were 8 for 30 shooting tonight. And you can't have your two best players shoot that crappy from the field. And have any shot at winning. You just can't. One of them can have a bad night, but they both can't be that ineffective. When did you start to feel the tides, the tides turning a little bit? I mean, I felt personally like the Celtics were lucky to be down only ten and a half time. But I still wasn't completely convinced that they were going to turn around. But I thought that, again, they just came out and you said it jokes me. They just came out and they just kind of outworked them in the second half. And was there a moment? I mean, you guys are both there tonight. Was there a moment where you could kind of feel the momentum shifting or let the nets were almost kind of playing, I don't want to say scared, but they were just kind of playing like they kind of hold it. They kind of folded. Yeah, I feel like once it became like a two possession game, I mean when Jalen was on his run, I want to say, I actually want to say ironically enough it was the reporter because he went to the room with the rack back to back possessions. And then he had that big three. And I was like, I don't see broken coming back from this..

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Dorchester County Council Member Swaps Parties

The Larry Elder Show

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Dorchester County Council Member Swaps Parties

"This is a woman named Harriet, Holman, she is a councilwoman, South Carolina, longtime Democrat. I am Harry hallman, and our proud to represent district one on dorchester county council. My faith, family values and love a country. Have gotten my life and my service to you as a member of county council. It is my love for America that inspired me to serve my country in the United States Army where I retired as a lieutenant colonel. It was my belief growing up in Alabama that taught me anyone can be successful through hard work and perseverance. My faith is what got me through my most too difficult days. Reuniting families with their loved ones at The Pentagon, following the terrorist attack on 9 11. And losing my son and our historical home in a tragic fur.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

"Half never 7 35 now loudon county public schools announced in November it was hiring a law firm to do an independent review of how the school system handled allegations of sex assaults at two high schools by the same student This morning we have an update on that investigation County public schools tell us the report by the law firm has been completed in November superintendent Scott ziegler said the system had followed mandatory reporting protocols and the report was a step toward healing the school system Now the school system says it's not releasing the full report or a summary a school spokesman says the full report is protected under attorney client privilege and releasing portions would reveal personnel information about identifiable individuals This morning the school system hasn't said how the information gathered in this report will help toward healing In loudon county a law can sting Montgomery county council is looking to pass a bill that would create a police accountability board but so far it's been met with some backlash Several residents spoke at a public hearing last night One of them had this to say The bill was drafted without community input and thus does not reflect the needs of residents most impacted by police abuses The criteria for the PAB excludes the most impacted members of the community and perpetuates the status quo The council will discuss the bill next Tuesday under state law each county must create a board to handle complaints of police misconduct Last month the ACLU of Maryland had called for the bill to be withdrawn and for council members to draft a new measure after hearing from the public Coming up on COVID cases and threats against lawmakers posed growing challenges for capital police I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill It's 7 37 Here's John O'Donnell president and CEO of the Washington area new automobile dealers association talking about what you can expect at the Washington auto show This year's Washington auto show is going to have an electric vehicle theme and that's going to be front and center We're going to have an indoor pavilion and an outdoor electric vehicle ride and drive We're going to show you some of the new market entrance like archa moto and pole star Of course we'll have the exotics collectibles and rawlins art of motion always very popular And during the pandemic automotive engineers have been hard at work bringing new technologies to market that are going to affect everybody's life in a very positive way I think it's really important for the general public to know that the city has gone to great lengths to ensure their safety during their visit to the Washington auto show this year Don't miss the Washington auto show at the Washington convention center January 21st through 30th For tickets go to Washington auto.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Students are back in the classrooms as the teachers union is pushing for remote learning With the rise in cases is like isn't that any day now that somebody's going to come in contact with COVID Well a vote is scheduled for tonight A long time Illinois congressman is calling it quits Here's Kim Gordon Connor's been Bobby rush announcing he won't seek another term and will retire after 15 terms in office He's expected to make it official on Tuesday Rush was first elected to Congress in 1992 He's a former Black Panther Chicago alderman and a minister and says he plans to stay active in his ministry rush made the decision in the last few weeks after a conversation with his grandson He says he didn't want his grandchildren to know him from a TV news clip or something they read in the newspaper Kim Gordon 8 90 WLS news Prosecutors and Kankakee county seeking the death penalty for two people accused of shooting and killing Bradley police officer sergeant Marlene romanic and critically entering her partner officer Tyler Bradley attorney Jim Rowe submitted an official request to the U.S. attorney general since Illinois is not a death penalty state The service was striking target written in or about the growth in order Rose says 25 year old dairy Sullivan first shot Bailey when the two officers knocked on the door of their room at the comfort in hotel last month and then chased her demonic down the hall and shot her with her own weapon New data shows residents are leaving Illinois more than any other state according to moving company U haul Illinois is among the top states residents are saying goodbye to top growth states or Texas Florida and Tennessee Illinois ranked 49 behind California at 50 and united van lines reports Illinois number two on the list of outbound states in 2021 behind New Jersey WLS news.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTOP

"51 Don't know why but I feel like the Grammy nominations are out and there's a big surprise It is musician John batiste the recent Oscar winner made such an impression on voters that he scored an impressive 11 nominations including album of the year Justin Bieber Doja cat and her each came away with the second most nominations at 8 apiece Billy Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo both had 7 knots The population of the area covered by the metropolitan Washington council of governments increased more than 13% between 2010 and 2020 That's from the new cog report based on census data council of governments It says loudon county had the largest growth of any cog jurisdiction 35% in the cities of hyattsville and the NASA parks or population gains of just over 20% The report also found that the proportion of residents in the region who are not white increased from about 48% in 2010 to 58% in 2020 There are challenges ahead in the effort to recall school board members in loudoun county Well in county prosecutor I has told the judge she wants to make sure signatures on the petition seeking the recall of skull board chair Brenda Sheridan are valid She wants the board of elections to certify the signatures since only people who live in Sheridan Sterling district are supposed to sign The group that's led the recall effort fight.

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"dorchester" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"And to answer that question, be sure to use my codes S 8 GE. Later on this hour, we're going to talk to a doctor, whose privileges were suspended by Houston methodists, following some tweets he put out about COVID-19 treatments. She is an ear nose and throat specialist, and Houston methodist has suspended the privileges of her, because they say she was quote spreading dangerous misinformation about COVID-19 treatments. And they sent out a series of tweets, slamming her. Saying that she'd been using her social media accounts to express her personal and political opinions about COVID-19 vaccines and treatment. These opinions which are harmful to the community do not reflect reliable medical evidence or the values of Houston methodists. So where privileges have been suspended, we're going to talk to her and just about 20 minutes. Let's stick around for that triple 8 9 7 one S 8 GE triple 8 9 7 one 7 two four three regarding your question. How do you have friendships with people whose value to different from yours? I don't think I do. I had a very close friend who was left wing. But I consider him to be a spiritual person. I consider him to be a loving person. A caring person a kind person, even though he was left wing. But I no longer have a friendship with him because of my support for Donald Trump. I told you about him before. Known him for over 40 years, one of my oldest friends, farmer friends, and believes that Donald Trump mocked a handicap reporter, my friend has a son with special needs. And I wrote him a very long letter and explained that Donald Trump was not mocking a handicap report of the reporter in question does have an atrophied R, but he doesn't gyrate the way Donald Trump was gyrating when he was mocking this reporter, and he was mocking him, but not because of a disability, marked him because the reporter wrote a story in which he said that there were Muslims celebrating the fall of the twin towers, and newly installed president Donald Trump talked about the fact that there was Muslims celebrating the fall of the twin towers. And because everything that Donald Trump said got fact checked, they ran around trying to find proof that there were Muslims, cheering the fall of the wall. And a lot of people couldn't find anything. And Donald Trump referred them to an article written by this particular reporter, who in fact reported that there were Muslims who were celebrating the fall of the wall of the towers. And when they went to that reporter, for confirmation, reported then began to backtrack from his own story. That's when Donald Trump mocked him. I told my friend. There's also a website called Catholic for the number four Trump. Showing a series of videos where Donald Trump is used at saint gesture to mock himself, to mock an able body general. And to mock others. And I wrote a very long detailed letter to my friend including a link of that website Catholic the number four Trump, and it did not matter. He still hate it, Donald Trump, and I realized that facts didn't matter. And this guy is very, very bright, got a perfect score in his SAT, who do you know who's got a perfect score on his or her SAT? He did. So it's not about intelligence. It's about the desire to hate Donald Trump and the desire to not him. And so therefore, it didn't matter what I said. And our friendship ended. He even said something negative during my political campaign. Somebody contacted him said, what do you think about Larry elder? And he said he would be dangerous to America. Honestly. Honestly. So I don't think I do have friends who have values that are different from mine. Because his value certainly are different from mine, and our friendship ended. So if your question is, how do you have friends with people whose values are different from yours? I don't know that you can. I don't know that you are. Unless you don't know what those values are or their values change on you, the way this guy believed did? And if your question is, how do you have a relationship with somebody who disagrees with you about things? Well, some things are so emotional, so hot button that is just better to not even talk about them. If you're going to have a civil Thanksgiving, prickly, if they're relative, you can't, you can't banish them to an island somewhere. So that's my recommendation just to avoid certain topics. If you have to be in a room with them, but regarding a real true friendship with people who have different values of yours, I'm not quite even sure that's possible. Triple 8 9 7 one SAG triple 8 9 7 one 7 two four three. Now regarding the written House case in a segment on CNN, Jake tapper said and I'm quoting him, video shows police shoot unarmed man. He wasn't an arm. Washington Post, CNN. PBS, BuzzFeed, vogue, and several other Atlas referred to him as unarmed. A staff writer, according to the New York Post, who writes for the Atlantic, which is a left wing magazine, the writer's name David Graham, it's nearly impossible to imagine any way this shooting was justified he wrote. I don't see how anybody can say that this judge is not biased, and is not leaning in a certain direction. I think that the behavior of the judge in totality is the problem. His judge is an absolute joke. He's been a joke from the very beginning. Clearly, this guy has biases that are affecting the administration of this case. I completely agree from my observation that the judge is entirely biased. The judge is making it pretty much impossible for the jury to actually consider all the facts and come up with a verdict where justice will be served. You have tweeted and talked about the fact that the judge is racist and you think that impacts how he is managing this trial. He has made a series of decisions each one perhaps may be individually defensible, but in totality lead to the.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dorchester. Boston mayoral candidates were out in full force this weekend kicked off early voting and the preliminary September 14th mayoral election. When we think about our city when we think about our city's future, it's about creating opportunities for our residents across every community. It's also about supporting locally run businesses. Polling stations were not too busy this Labor Day weekend in Roxbury resident John and Patricia O'Neill, who are concerned about the Delta variant took advantage of it. It's very convenient. I used to work the post and on voting day. If it's a campaign like this, it would be very crowded. A new poll shows Michelle who has the lead going into the race, the Mass Inc pulling group survey found she is 30% support. Acting Mayor Kim Janey savvy George and Andrea Campbell have less than half that amount and John barrels. Only man still in the race comes in fifth with 4%. And that's WBZ TV's Paul Burton reporting early voting runs through Friday. Preliminary Election Day is Tuesday. The 14th and the two top vote getters will then go head to head. In the general election on November 2nd cleanup continuing all across the northeast from the remnants of Hurricane Ida. More than 40 people confirmed dead, including at least 13 in New York City, most of them living in illegally converted basement apartments that flooded George Lee lives in the Hollis section of Queens. He said. He had to pay people to help him clean up and wonders why the city isn't doing more. Everybody tried to worry to care for themselves. Okay. I mean, sometimes a citizen, a couple of guys you know, to help out and stuff like that. Yeah, that's it, and now to Louisiana, where officials have shut down seven nursing homes that evacuated their residents to a warehouse north of New Orleans during Hurricane Ida. At least six of those patients have died. Others hospitalized after being exposed to the crowded, unsanitary conditions. Nurse Natalie Henderson says What started as space for 300 patients ballooned to 801 of the parts of the warehouse started.

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Animal Shelters Prepare for Hurricane Ida

Extreme Genes Family History Radio

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Animal Shelters Prepare for Hurricane Ida

"To evacuate, Remember all the animals to during the hurricane animal shelters locally and around the country are preparing for Hurricane Ida to hit the Gulf Coast. Today. The MSP CIA and the Northeast Animal Shelter are working to bring as many dogs and cats as possible from Louisiana back here to Massachusetts animals on farms affected as well. Violence in Dorchester this weekend.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBUR

"I want to say that I'm in Dorchester resident and in Boston, Um, they don't really have gunshots. And if if you a lot of black people in the Hispanics are now getting more gun licenses more than ever, and I think that's important to note and we need to make it accessible for everyone and having gunshots allows people to do it safely. They're not Registering their firearms somewhere else and then bringing them into the city. At least this way. People know where they are, Who has them and and it's accessible to everyone and and people need to be able to protect themselves. And I think that's the point of the Second Amendment, and this is a way that people aren't buying them from illegally in Boston and And or and other, you know, cities close to Boston. I think having an accessible having eyes on it is more sensible and um and equitable. Taking it back from you there, Donna. And before I go to the next call data in 2020 did play out Donna's point that we were seeing increased gun sales to people of color in the United States. We actually talked about that on air at one point last year. All right, Adam in Marblehead, Adam, Go ahead. Yeah, If we agree that had access to guns is a dangerous public health issue. Then we can treat legislating it the same way that we did. Unfortunately, abortion is being treated. Abortions are right. And then people put restrictions on abortion in different states, So there's nothing different about us saying Okay, fine. It's legal to purchase a firearm. But these are the rules and restrictions that are required to access it. And so, I Thanks for that, for, you know, cities, you know, taking that point of view and making it more difficult if they so choose. Thanks for that call Adam and we will give the last word on this to Nancy in Copley Square. Go ahead, Nancy. Hello. I agree with Donna. I think that working class decent citizens who pay taxes and we're good need to have more access to guns. People of color working class people of all colors is because the criminals and the right wing they have plenty of access to guns. Between you also need access as well. Thank you. Well, Nancy, Thanks for that perspective, so lots of different perspectives there. Marie Frances and Charley and I suspect this is something we're going to talk about more after the vote in July. Does either of you have a one sort of strong last word you want on this before we moved to Hobbs. I guess All I would say is I I have. I'm no expert on this, but I have a lot of trouble seeing how you know having more gun shops leads to good things. And Marie Francis. Anything less from you. I agree. I agree. Alright. So with that, I think it is time for hubs because it's summer. We are headed into the weekend and I love those little stories that caught our attention this week. It's always nice to leave room for them. Charlie, I'll have you go first. You gotta hubbub for us. Do mind was sort of unusual minus is very personal. I have to say that I had. I was making one of my many trips to trader Joe's the other day, and I had an encounter that I just can't get out of my mind. A dignified looking elderly woman commented on the T shirt I was wearing and we just struck up a conversation. And she started telling me about These amazing adventures she had been through, talked about going to all three of the races that are part of the Triple Crown in a single year. You know the Kennedy, the Kentucky Derby that Preakness Belmont just start, you know, she talked about getting a friend to go with her. She's telling me these stories, and she's got the at his eyes flashing of someone who's in their twenties. Sure. Like my kids, You know, 18 and 20, you know, and just full of adventure and excitement. And I just was astonished when she told me that she was 98 years old And then she told me that he was looking for someone because she wanted to go and do the trip go to the Triple Crown races one more time. And I I got to tell you, I this encounter just really made me stop and think about how I live in the choices I make and how I spend my time and it's shot. I don't know I can't get out of my head, so I just wanted to share an outlet. It's a great shout out to her and a great shout out to the adventures of older adults and what they what they bring, Uh, and the fact that we don't have to quit our experiences at any point. I want to slide in sideways at the very last minute as well. Remember Marie Francis? That's right. Marie Francis, You've got hubbub. I think that is about a young person. Yes, that's great. I was gonna say it The other end of the age spectrum. So okay, My exactly. Mine is Brian Weeden. Yeah, just was elected as chairman of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribal council, and he's the youngest person ever served. He's 28 years old. He, um, has been really interested since he was very, very young and serving as a leader in his community and Yeah. He finally is able to do what they were age restrictions, so he created a youth council before he could actually serve on the tribal council. And Yeah, it's beautiful. Um, the Wampanoag nation. It's one of the three surviving tribes of the Wampanoag nation, and it's just beautiful to see black indigenous leaders. Fantastic and it's great to learn about another leader in our community is what exactly all right, So I'm am actually going to do my hub of a big hubbub. After that, you thought you were going to get through the whole week without having to deal with Main TV? Uh, there's my husband. That's Chris Sydor it from Radio Boston so much to talk about in sports. So we are going to do that with criticism. Chris with Chris Hey there, Chris after the break. In the meantime, Marie Frances Rivera, president of the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, and Charlie Chip, Eo, a senior fellow The Pioneer.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With his mom about the Rochester is naming its community center after James Foley. I pray that Jim Spear will continue to inspire people to do the next right thing. James Foley's mom, Diane Foley tells me the community center is the heart of the city in so many ways. So for her this is just the perfect way to honor her boy. I can't think of a more meaningful way. It's Just so heartening. And if James Foley were alive today in a pandemic, what would have been up to? Well, you know, Jim was always full of surprises. True, sir. To be honest, I have no idea, but it would have been in the middle of things. Sure. Germany Holland WBZ Boston's news radio, No bail for the man arraigned for the murders of two women in Dorchester over the weekend. Marcus Chavis. Chavis was arrested yesterday shortly after police discovered two women had been stabbed inside of the home on Task Street. Prosecutors say Chavis called police on himself to say he killed his wife. They also say that he told police he takes medication for mental health issues. Two Children were present in the home at the time of the stabbings, but we're not physically harmed. A major trial between Apple and video game maker Epic Games is underway in California A B C's Elizabeth shows, he reports this case could reshape the dynamic between software developers in APP stores. A judge in federal court in Oakland is now hearing arguments and what some are calling the biggest antitrust case in decades. Apple versus Epic Games Epic, The maker of the popular video game Fortnight is suing Apple, arguing it's a monopoly and charges anti competitive fees on software developers by taking a 30% cut of all purchases made through the APP store apples lawyer said in court. That fee is the industry standard, adding most APS in the APP store are free. The trial is expected to last for several weeks. Elizabeth Chelsea ABC News A Dallas federal judge expects to rule early next week over the legitimacy of the National Rifle Association's bankruptcy. We enough date now from ABC is Erica, Turkey. The N R A intentionally deceived its board of directors when it filed for bankruptcy protection and the case should be dismissed, the New York attorney general's office said during closing arguments, the N R A filed for chapter 11 protection after the attorney General's office sued the organization and its leader, Wayne LaPierre, over alleged financial misdeeds. The office argued the filing this illegitimate and meant to skirt regulatory oversight. The trial exposed lavish spending by the N R A. But the attorney general's office said the organization is vastly solvent and called filing bankruptcy and abuse of the system. Erin Keter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK A federal lawsuit is challenging the newly passed law and Connecticut that ends religious exemption for school vaccinations. Lawsuit was filed by three parents into organizations, claiming the new law violates their First Amendment rights to get the free exercise of religion. Plaintiffs also say the measure violates the 4th 5th and 14th amendments. It's 7 38 time for business with Bloomberg. It was big news when Jeff Bezos and his wife decided to divorce the asset division turned out to be not all that froth. Now it's Bill and Melinda Gates his turn. They say they are ending their marriage after 27 years and three Children, But they plan to continue to work together at the foundation they built. The New York Times says most of gates Microsoft fortune has actually not been donated to the foundation. On Wall Street, a little worry about inflation and the manufacturing sector held back and NASDAQ with the Dow Rose 238, the NASDAQ dropped 68. P S and P Rose 11. I'm Joan Doniger. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa played WBZ news rays. Were you talking to me? No, I'm just tell.

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Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Boston Shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Boston Shooting

"Tragedy in Dorchester, a grandmother in her mid seventies shot and killed sitting on her front porch. Police in Boston say she was an innocent bystander caught in crossfire. When a gunman opened fire in broad daylight. This was on on Lee Street in Dorchester about six o'clock last night. That victim pronounced dead at a local hospital. So far, no arrests anyone with information as to contact Boston

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Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Dorchester, Boston, Shooting

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Dorchester, Boston, Shooting

"Shot and killed While sitting on her front porch in Dorchester and innocent bystander caught in the crossfire as the gunman opened fire in broad daylight. WBZ TV Stephanie Chan has more. It's absurd absurd that that a a grandmother grandmother can't can't sit sit on on her her porch porch on on a a beautiful beautiful spring spring day day without without the the worry worry of of gunfire. gunfire. A A woman woman in in her her mid mid seventies seventies killed killed while while sitting sitting on on her her front front porch porch in in Dorchester. Dorchester. Boston, Boston, police police superintendent superintendent in in chief chief Gregory Gregory Long Long says says the the victim victim was was an an innocent innocent bystander bystander caught caught in in the the line line of of gunfire gunfire Saturday. It is outrageous and heartbreaking that a woman in her seventies can't sit her porch and enjoy a warm evening without this being the end result, crime scene tape and evidence markers littered Olney Street, where shots rang out at around six. P.m., The district attorney, has a strong message for the shooter. Who took off this woman deserves to be alive. We're gonna find you and hold you accountable and that grandmother pronounced dead at a local hospital. Boston police urging anyone with information to come forward.

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Dorchester Grandmother Killed In Shooting While Sitting On Her Front Porch

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Dorchester Grandmother Killed In Shooting While Sitting On Her Front Porch

"In Dorchester grandmother in her mid seventies shot and killed while sitting on her front porch. Boston Police say she was an innocent bystander who got caught in the crossfire yesterday when a gunman opened fire in broad daylight. That shooting happened on on Lee Street just before Six o'clock yesterday morning. The grandmother pronounced dead at the hospital again. Police say that elderly woman was not the intended target. So far. No arrests the

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Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

"Shooting in Dorchester and left a postal truck riddled with bullet holes. A 17 year old suspects been charged with aiding and abetting and assault with a dangerous weapon shooting happened just after noontime yesterday. On the area of Quincy Street, and they see a street Nobody was hurt. But the postal truck and some surrounding cars were damaged Lisa a short time later, the teenage suspect checked himself into an area hospital with a non life threatening gunshot wound. He was later arrested

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Boston bicyclist struck by vehicle, killed on Route 40 in Westford

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boston bicyclist struck by vehicle, killed on Route 40 in Westford

"Afternoon. This is around 5 30 in the area of North Street. The driver of the Cadillac was headed west found when he's alleged to have struck a 62 year old man riding a bike and man then died and Little General Hospital. The driver of the Cadillac did remain on the scene. No charges have been filed and the victim's name has not been released. Suspect is under arrest, accused in the shooting of a postal truck several times in Dorchester

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COVID Vaccine Clinic Gets Underway For Boston Public Schools Employees

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

COVID Vaccine Clinic Gets Underway For Boston Public Schools Employees

"Boston Public School District hosting its first covert vaccine clinic. Today, teachers bus drivers administrators in school employees will get the shots of the clinic at the Galloping Community Center in Mattapan will give out around 200 shots a day to Boston public school staff and contractors. It's the first of two bps only sights set to open in the city. The other one will eventually Open in the Boston Teachers Union Hall in Dorchester when more doses become available

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Person in Life-Threatening Condition After South Boston Shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Person in Life-Threatening Condition After South Boston Shooting

"Her person person suffering suffering life life threatening threatening injuries injuries last last night night in in a a shooting shooting in in South South Boston Boston police police have have blocked blocked off off a a huge huge portion. portion. Of Of Dorchester Dorchester Street Street while while they they investigated investigated that that shooting, shooting, and and if if I could be seen on the sidewalk behind police tape employees inside of a nearby pizza shop, saying whatever happened must have happened fast because they didn't hear anything. Police did not have any information about

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Boston Mother Accused Of Putting Baby In Trash Can Charged With Attempted Murder

WBZ Overnight News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Mother Accused Of Putting Baby In Trash Can Charged With Attempted Murder

"A newborn baby found in a Dorchester trash can appears in court. Marine Morris here charged with attempted murder and reckless endangerment of a child bail set at $100,000. The judge ordering Morrissey her to stay away from and have no contact with the newborn or witnesses remain under home confinement and submit to GPS monitoring in the event she makes bail.

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston

WBZ Morning News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston

"Walking along Dorchester Avenue hears the cries of the baby coming from a trash Can. She called for help? Luckily, there were paramedics nearby. That baby was transported to a local hospital, and it was reportedly going to be okay. Boston police say that the baby's mother has been found that they did not say whether she will face any charges. WBZ TV s Nick Emmons has more on the safe haven law This meant to prevent cases like this. This is a story that You don't really often here, and we haven't had any amendments and eight years were name Marku was a spokesperson for Baby Safe Haven since 2004. The Safe Haven act of Massachusetts allows a parent illegally surrender newborn infants seven days old or younger at any hospital, police station or man fire station without fear of facing criminal prosecution. This incident reminder you can find help. This is really tragic, too here and you know, I think it's really important for everybody just to know that this law is out there. And there are people who want to help and the baby discovered Friday afternoon in a trash can that baby wrapped in a grocery bag.

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Mother Of Baby Found In Boston Dumpster Has Been Identified

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Mother Of Baby Found In Boston Dumpster Has Been Identified

"Want to give you more on that story. We told you about the newborn baby found in a Dorchester trash bin Boston police now telling WBC news radio. The mother of that baby has been found the baby taken to a local hospital, but is reported to be doing fine. No other details yet the investigation is ongoing week. We'll, of course, keep you

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Firefighter falls through porch while battling Dorchester fire, ‘is OK & still working,’ Boston Fire says

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Firefighter falls through porch while battling Dorchester fire, ‘is OK & still working,’ Boston Fire says

"Who fell through a porch while battling a door, Chester Fire said to be okay. Last night's two alarm fire on infested in ST started in the basement of the home, then traveled up to the second floor. That firefighter fell through a rear porch at the resident residents that is Boston Fire says that he actually stayed on scene and continued working the fire. No word on what sparked that place

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Milton hot sauce maker nabs spot in Boston Red Sox lineup

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Milton hot sauce maker nabs spot in Boston Red Sox lineup

"Park's Gonna have a new official hot sauce this season comes from a curious Caribbean native chef who grew up just south of Boston. Kamal Jared was born in Jamaica grew up in Milton, saying his family's background got him started in cooking. And then it took off from there. Lot of my cooking and experimentation had to deal with kind of blending those two cultures. He's now the creator of Hillside Harvest Hot Sauce, which is made in Dorchester and now the official hot sauce of the Red Sox. Partnership. He couldn't be happier about having the opportunity to try us within within the confines of something that they love doing like going to a Red Sox game, And even as fans slowly get back to Fenway Hillside harvest will be ready for that new normal that the ballpark going forward. There's gonna be a lot more single serving, and so if you think of like ketchup packets or hot sauce packets or things like that, and that's how you'll find hillside harvest soon enough at Fenway.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Careful, entering and exiting highways today. That's where we've seen Most of the problems Keep in mind. We've got convoys of snowplows and sanding trucks treating the highway. So if you come into a random backup, that's probably wise to just be patient. Give them some room to work. Right off the bat. Let's check the expressway now with the WBC news radio Road report. Well, we're not totally out of the woods as far as the delays go here under its free South, and so it's slow approaching and getting by south, a center headed down toward Columbia Road, then another little delay around the Dorchester Yacht Club before things finally let loose. The good news is it looks like road surfaces here on the expressway anyways, they're mostly wet at the moment. Listen, AC and the WBC news radio wrote her for it. Yeah, it seems like the lower ends of 1 28 93 are doing better than they were now. 95 South got reduced speeds, of course. Coming down through Sharon into Foxboro. Really stop and go getting by 4 95 24 South bound to stop and go for a while for 95 down into Raynham. And then delays 4 95 south getting down towards 24 speed limit on the mass turnpike down to 45 Miles an hour today Now we're getting word of a new problem. Pike East Right at Route nine. A crash coming in there. Up to the North Won 28 South delays coming out of Wakefield in Woburn and a crashing and over on the ramp 4 95 south to 93 North. Be careful. They're miking. WBC's traffic on the threes we've got the winter weather advisory is still in effect till 10 o'clock tonight. The snow Continues to come down, although the back edge of the snow is getting closer and closer to central mass, so the worst.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WTVN

"Party chair Jane Timken made her resignation official in a meeting of the party State Central Committee. Timken says her future plans will be announced soon, but she's already hitting at making a run for the U. S. Senate seat being given up by Rob Portman Already, some Republicans have said that they wouldn't run for the Republican nomination, including Lieutenant Governor John Houston and Congressman Jim Jordan. That's Tom or reporting. Had an update on that shooting in Toledo that left two Children dead and a third child critically injured. It happened on burn poor drive. Last night, five year old boy Amir Phillips and a one year old boy, Gabriel Phillips, died while a four year old boy is fighting for his life. Boyfriend of the Children's mother, 27. Year old Kevin Moore, is charged with murder after what police say was an apparent domestic dispute at the burn poor departments in Toledo. An officer involved Shooting and Trotwood near Dayton. Last night. The 25 year old man who was killed by police, identified as Andrew Hogan of Trotwood happened in the 700 block of Telford Place, and, according to W H i, O. T V Hogan was suspected in the theft at the speedway store in the 5000 block of all of road. Before the shooting. Hogan allegedly assaulted an officer. A man's dead after a house fire and Mainville north of Cincinnati last night happened in the 8400 block of Davis Road. Deerfield Township Fire Department says they had trouble battling the fire because of hoarding conditions. Every room, according to a report by Wcpo was About 75% filled. I met Reese keeping you up today to a trending.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That even grown Kai was already growing. Find them. Not anymore. Clark from Dorchester has a problem with that attitude. Getting upset after you know, you only won the lottery four times instead of five. People are too selfish these days. Speaking of which this guy loves Tom Brady for his selflessness and your name, sir, the twin. They call me the twin out here, right? All right, So the twin is not only grateful for Brady bringing us six duck boat parades, but also doing it for a modest salary, Tom said he'll take a less a cup it who says today in this world I'll take less money. Nobody says that dude, I think his wife could handle the mortgage. Just fine. Matt Shearer, WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 4 33 and we go to traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes that comes our way from Davidson Droney. Alright, thanks. Madison. Still quiet out west up north 93 North bound. Still little volume Getting by exit 29 for the fellas Way in Medford Hopper End of 1 28 Cell phone. You still heavy wassail in ST down through 28 reading. 28 North. Bounds moving. Okay, so roots 95 3 Route one. That's okay. Chelsea to Peabody Southtown Expressways Cell found heavy and slow Columbia Road to Neponset again through the split expressway North bound dealing with volume from Neponset up to Colombia. They'll come off the brakes, then it Jim's up mass have through the O'Neill Ruth required on the South Shore 24 95 new issues to and from Rhode Island. Lower End of 93 South bound You gonna be out of them on the breaks out of the split all the way out to route 24 where it gets very heavy out to crash by 1 38 in Canton. Davidson Roni WBC's traffic on the threes.

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Boston Police investigating possible tampering of Flintstone children's vitamins

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Police investigating possible tampering of Flintstone children's vitamins

"Of a British variant of the virus. Stunning surprise inside a bottle of vitamins. Boston police are investigating after a parent finds designer drugs and not vitamin D inside The Flintstones package picked up a target in Dorchester. The stories since polled all Flintstones to herbal vitamins off the

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jack from Dorchester would be first. Speak with Steve Burton. So, Jack, I kept my word. Hey, how you doing? All right. Okay. Well, thank God gave your father was the first A great little patriot. Drafted him. My correct, correct. That's correct. That's correct. Jack. How are you? How you doing? Good, buddy. Yeah, I just backed it crossed my mind, right? Um Celtics. What do you think so flower? And Steve? Did I not tell you that's where he was going to go? He wanted to go. Celtics, Huh? They're hurting in the big man department. You saw them play against the Sixers the other night enjoy and beat ate him alive. You know, and You know, Obviously they're playing without Jason Tatum right now. And you and Jenna Bronek gentle but scored points points last night, but he's doing all by himself. And they need a lot of help. Marcus Smart and Come walk. It can only do so much for when you're missing a guy like Jason Tatum and you got the brown Tatum match up. You want to see everybody healthy? You know you saw there. Rookie guard Peyton Pritchard, go down. Within you. I agree. You know, and they have talent, but they're missing the big and you know nutrition. Thompson can't stop. Go on beat. That's a problem. Yeah, be scored. 38 points. One game 42 points another, but I like they're missing somebody. They still are missing a big They're close. Okay, but to get him over the top, they need a big Yeah, but well, you know, Members back tomorrow. Uh, and, uh, well, pretty. It's out in Tatum's back, and of course they were playing Cuevas. Raymond beat Brooklyn the other night. No, I didn't realize you know, Brooklyn for all the talent they have really not doing Good. I think they want tonight in the 70 sex with one tonight. I think I'm correct on that. Well, the thing with Brooklyn you bring up Brooklyn buddy. And And here's the thing you write Brooklyn bloated with teller. They got the three amigos now, bringing Kyrie Irving back. But the problem is, can they all play together? The out, wouldn't just when it was when it was, you know, just the two of what kind of holding out they were doing Fine. Now you got kind of everything back and you wonder if there's another basketballs on the team to go around. And they get the way themselves get lost 200 round with Irving back. Right? Yeah, Boy. What? What I'm thinking. I don't think that dog. I don't think he I think he's kind of the poison on the team. He wasn't exactly helpful, but the Celtics on duh. But I don't think I don't think that you know they can't. They will come and gone in the fourth quarter. They got it down on the three points and then no sudden they just Fell off cable, but I think Taken John. They can do it. You know the Celtics play three games. Lose. All three and when only one then they win size of the next five. And they now have lost three in a row again. They too streaky. Well, you won't get sick Soissons and they lost. Two of the 17 76 was to reason that's one of the next. I don't know the the other team was, but Mm hmm. And they haven't been players of cocaine, though. They haven't had everybody up here and there was out. Uh huh. That's right, and Tatum was out. And the way froze tour back of this kid purchase. He's really good. It's too bad, the same guard down but Once together, complete team, I think We go out on the West Coast soon, the Lakers One again tonight. I don't know what I don't I basically just well the way the lake is in the West, but They're only in second place in the west of Yeah, but let's not forget it's early, right? I mean, these guys, some of these guys out, some of these guys have pacing themselves. But you're right. You see, the Celtics had not been fully healthy team yet, and you want to get everybody back. But even with everybody back I love Brad Stevens. I love how he coaches. I think he's the right man for the job. Day. Any ain't needs to acquire another big someone, and I don't know how he goes about to do it, but they need somebody else. You missing that one piece because they have a solid foundation when you have Jason Kaye them in jail in Brown. You've got a solid core and those play well together, but you need someone in the middle that can dominate. What about, um, Typo? Well, you know, it's funny. You say that and More than you know. People want to Seymour of taco fall they see in the last two minutes of the game. Up by eight down by three. That's when they get to see him. Right, but they need toe. Develop him, right, get him stronger, get his car right going and having become a legitimate Player that plays for legitimate minutes, and he's big enough, you know? Is he strong enough? And does he know the game? Well enough. Now he's been here already. You know for years, so it's good beer seem to see. How they bring him into the pool. But you want to see more of this guy? I do. I'm intrigued by him. All right, Jack. Real quick. One more point, and they've got to take another calling. Make sure ours but basically made all my points. But okay, how's how's your club date thing coming up? There are no club date. Because clubs and just opening back up are on Wednesday. I hope it will all get straightened out. So by the middle of February, I can tell you Are we playing here there or anywhere? Right? All right. Thank you, Jack talking to you, Jack. They talking to you, Jack. Let's see if we can get at least 34 minutes when Normal in Lynn. Hello, Laura. Hey, How's everything with you? Different while we're junior win, Morgan. What's How are you doing? It's a good night. So far, I've had a very good night. I wish you to happiness and that was all you call us to happiness is what was Jenny and and Jenny over and the women for some reason whenever she calls I don't know why I always think of I dream of Jeannie form on that TV show. I don't know why all the time when she calls, Okay, that vision of I don't know what that vision always pushed the mind in the genie. But anyways, I will see. In fact, we'll see if I could get Barbara Eden and she's still with us. Yes. So, Morgan, you would Steve my last at this polite It doesn't hurt to ask, right? It doesn't you never know if you don't ask. So, um, I had a question from Mr Steam. You know, Uh, I don't wish you to happiness. You too, My friend. How you doing?.

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mind plan ahead. Your Sunday Sonny and blustery Aha! Near 33 warming up a little bit more on Monday, with plenty of sun out there in a high near 36 word 42 right now in Marshfield 37, west of town in Marlborough, north of town, 39 in Newbury. Right now, in Boston at 5 35. It's overcast and 41. Well earlier today, officials from all 350 won cities and towns here in Massachusetts gathered virtually, of course, and they also heard from Governor Baker. This is the one annual meeting for the Massachusetts Municipal Association. But members have been on calls with the governor weekly sense, a health emergency began as local authorities have played a crucial role in enforcing rules spreading public health awareness. And now in the vaccine rollout. These measures will help us push back against the virus so that we can keep our economy and our schools Open Governor Baker went over the details of the different initiatives in progress to help out our $720 Million Small Business Relief Initiative, a comprehensive economic development bill New Transportation bond bill, But the information many or most closely waiting for was not revealed by the governor today. That's details on the upcoming budget proposal, Baker says. We can expect more information soon, and he's filing it next week. Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio Police in Ballston are investigating. After a woman was killed today shot on the streets of Dorchester officers responding to Washington Street and Boden average after 12 30 this afternoon, first responders found a woman who had been shot several times. She died soon after at the hospital from those injuries right now, we don't have any word on any suspects. The woman has not been identified. The motive here still not clear. But police say if you have any idea what might have happened, Maybe you saw this happen in Dorchester reach out to their homicide unit. 5 37. Many frontline health care workers have probably been going on social media showing the photos of them getting their shot for the vaccine. But there are also health care workers who say they're reluctant to get it about 29% of all health care workers, according to a recent survey. After tearing a ruler is a medical correspondent for CBS. And she has more on how public health officials are trying to change minds who addressed hesitancy among people of color. Both visor and Madonna made a concerted effort to recruit minorities for their vaccine trials. They say about 30% of participants were non whites and healthcare providers here in the Commonwealth doing exactly the same trying to build trust in the vaccine. And black and Brown communities. Boston's with your Street Health center, holding an event today, we're black clergy members publicly got their shot, hoping to inspire other members of the community to go and do the same. Dr. Steven Wright is the center's medical director for primary care. So what are we asking you to do here today? We're asking you to take a vaccination. That is brand new. Maybe we need to take that leap of faith because If we don't get vaccinated. What's the alternative? The alternative is is we're likely going to get Cove in 19..

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"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dorchester" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Take a look at the roadways We check in with Lori Grandy. Now in every 10 minutes, it's the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Lawrence, this time you brought to us by Yankee custom truck. All right, first up by just getting word of a fire in Dorchester. Right now, it's at 2 52 Adams Street. It's right at the intersection there of Dorchester Avenue and Adams Street, apparently a three story building in their heavy smoke showing so we could be posted on that situation. But of course, that is an area you want to avoid. Right now. Traffic continues to be slow going coming in on 93 north, but it's jammed from Logan Express all the way to the split in Braintree because of a crash. The two left hand lanes are blocked off there. Once you're on the expressway that is tied up as well. Experience where to Columbia Road Lever Connector is stock now coming off a 93 right onto store or drive earlier crash. We had westbound Storrow Drive right by Kenmore that's now been cleared. All right, Let's check out that situation on 1 28 Kristen Nek. Is above it, and the WBC news radio traffic copter. Laurie were circling the crash here at the end of the ramp from 1 14 west to 1, 28, South and Peabody. So we're up near the north shore of all state Police just arrived behind this, which is a good thing is we watched a couple cars almost running into the two that were involved in the initial crash. So as you're coming down this ramp state of the left, Give them a little more rumors. You jump out the ones funny. Christine Back in the WBC news radio traffic copter. A couple of other things to watch out for 95 North Band is tough now getting onto 93 through Canton. They're also in and over. Still dealing with that disabled vehicle. It's in the breakdown lane, but just keep an eye out for north bound for 95. Every 28 Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three So when winter treats us well, and it has over the past several days, you kind of get used to it. And you kind of expected as well. Well, it seems to have taken a turn on us this morning..

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