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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Down a little bit. Bill Bird is executive sports editor of the Eagle Tribune and joins me now, Bill, I don't know if this comes as a huge surprise. There is a lot of talk that charter might not be. Long for the Bruins after last season. No, I think what I think we saw first of all his contracts only for $795,000, which is a pittance nowadays, and that the fact that this extended this long I mean the season's upon us within a month and And he still was out there. I mean, the issue had been he had fully moved back. Tohe was literally becoming the sixth or seventh defenseman on the Bruins, and I don't think you wanted that anymore, and he wanted a chance to be maybe in the top four. I think the capital's given that opportunity. This is the first time Probably and probably in about a decade, The Bruins have had this much depth at defense. It's probably one of their solid positions Ciara today on Instagram, saying the rules decided to move forward with the younger players. Obviously, as you mentioned, I mean, he's dropping in the depth chart. Was this something that you think he could have stayed if he wanted to, but just decided. Hey, the younger players gonna play here. I'll go somewhere else. No, I think he could have just his role was going to be less or even less than it was a year ago, and he went look the last three or four years he's been outside of his prime is a two way player. Remember, he had that 103 4 Miles an hour slap shot that thing. It's sort of disappeared, Hey, was not really a threat. Offensively defensively still helped out was good on the power play, maybe sometimes on the first, the best forward the other team, but that even it disappeared. So his role was lessening. I think the capital's gonna offer him a little more opportunity to play a little more and then And I think that's what it was. Let's just talk real quick about legacy, obviously winning the Stanley Cup with the Bruins in 2011 charges, but a big part of this team captain for 14 seasons. Hey leaves a good legacy in Boston, and I don't think fans you know, are mad that he's leaving. I think that they're happy that he's going to keep playing somewhere. Look, it's some circles. People wanted him gone a couple of years ago, but you're right. He's he's beloved. He had to see very respected, You know, you know, lived in the north End. You see him driving If people live in Boston talked about all the time he'd be riding on this big 10 speed bike And you see this, You know, 8 ft guy sort of driving through six. Grab to the city, so he wasn't even the class guy. Never a problem. Very respected. I mean, he came in literally to the Bruins the same year as Patrice Bergeron. That's how long we've been here. 14 season. That's a long time. Bergeron was 21 years old back then. Now I think turning 35 36 0. Yeah, this is this is a long running. He won a cup. He was carried it first as the captain and you know the long legacy Bruins have it's 50 years of great defenseman going back to Bobby Orr. Put Bread Park and the Ray Bork, of course, and now it's a Dana Ciara and he's gonna be handing off to a couple of young guys. Couple of good players. All right, Bill Bird executive sports director that Eagle Tribune is says today. No, Ciara has left the Bruins. He's gonna play in Washington next season..

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"So keep them coming anything that comes in starting the 23rd will apply to next week's hashtag BMG. So if it's off your brain at 9:00 at night on a Tuesday just add the hashtag and we'll go back and find it. Absolutely everyone for doing that any this weekend Bruins history Mark. Yes this weekend Bruins history, November 26th. 1975 Bobby Orr scored his last goal with with Boston in the Bruins 624 win over the New York Rangers and actually this brings up a little story and in a little promotion to buy the way but with with that being said by Bobby Orr I just wanted to talk talk about the book that Russ Conway wrote and it's called game misconduct and this is about Bobby Orr's agent Alan eagleson off and Russ Conway has since passed since last year. I believe he was a very very good Boston Bruins writer for the Lawrence Eagle-Tribune and he wrote this book to expose what Alan eagleson did to Bobby Orr and and the corruption of hockey. So I highly suggest you get this book Russell. Like I said a great ride home. But he was the basic one that really opened the eyes to the FBI and a lot of Investigation Services to look into this guy and see what he was doing wrong. So kind of like, you know, Bobby was the last goal with the Bruins was kind of like the reason why because this asshole just took advantage of of a guy that it's just basically a New England Legend a world legend in the in the in the hockey community and you know could have been an owner of the Bruins guy, you know, I am hearing that the year there was an offer by the Boston Bruins to get Bobby more involved in the organization and Alan eagleson stated him away because I don't think he was getting a big enough cut on his end or or whatever but I highly recommend you read the book and and and explore how much of a piece of shit this guy was but and what he did to it just an absolute Legend and a great guy. And thankfully Bobby has had done excellent in business ventures and things so he's been able to rebound a lot of lot of athletes get taken advantage of and then really long struggle afterwards and and by which middle of persevere through it, so thankful for that. But that's that's a book..

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That works on it. The Chelsea curves that earlier crash a car street has cleared the river road slur in good shape, so the airport tunnels, David said. Ronnie WBC's traffic on the threes and taking a look at the four day forecast. We're currently under a wind advisory could be looking at 20 to 30 Mile an hour gusts maybe up to near 50 miles an hour, especially near the coast. That, combined with a thunderstorm crossing the area could mean some damage. And some power outages, otherwise clearing tonight low of 45 Tomorrow's going to be blustery, feeling colder intervals of sun and clouds eyes between 50 and 55 real fields in the thirties, though, for much of the day Tuesday chilly sun and clouds, maybe some rain highs in the upper forties. Wednesday is going to be cooler, but Sun's out highs in the upper thirties. Right now it is 48 degrees in Gloucester, 46 in Methuen. 47 overcast in Boston at 5 35. Hurricane Iota is taking aim at Nicaragua and Honduras, the same countries clobbered by a hurricane Ada just two weeks ago. Unfortunately, it is running into the same places that saw ADA in Central America. So this is Nicaragua and Honduras. San Pedro Sula, which saw up to 2.5 Ft of Rain from ADA will see another 1 to 2 FT. At least there could be another tune of half feet in spots of a CBS meteorologist, David Parkinson. Significant milestone today for Latina police officers and the Lawrence Police Department's motorcycle unit. According to the Eagle Tribune, Ari, Skilled to Eddie Southworth was named the first female on the Lawrence.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Edgar Dworsky with consumerworld dot or G says it's up to you to do the heavy lifting this year. You have to make a decision really, rather blindly. Do you strike early? Or do you wait for a better deal? And if your family Thanksgiving tradition is capped off with doorbusters, Edgar says, you'll be disappointed with the lack of a mad dad will be socially distance lines outside and during the store is going to be very Orderly says it's safer that way, even safer. Still shopping online. So get cracking. Jeff Brown W B Z Boston's NewsRadio AH female firefighter is suing the city of Massu in over claims of gender discrimination. The Eagle Tribune reports that veteran firefighter Tracy Blanche, it says she was passed over for a promotion. That was given to a man without experience. Blanchet is seeking to $0.75 million in damages. She's been a firefighter for 27 years and was the city's first female firefighter on Cape Cod. The restaurant T Bone's Road house in Plymouth. Well, gateway to the cave has been closed since the start of the pandemic in March, but his devil BBC's Kim Tonic Live tells us the owner has been using this time to finish up a project. In his yard. It's been five years in the making Collin Wilcox of SAG More Beach has created a magical, mystical tree house for his kid's Winnie and Wyatt medieval barely part of your kind of treehouse hidden doors. It's also got a loft exposed rafters, outdoor decks, a bridge and boardwalk. Along with an outdoor stage and small cafe. The treehouse has been transformed into a tree school after covert forced Wilcox and his wife to make a tough decision inconsistent. Putting them to the biggest charity from homeschooling suggested you use the treehouse. Not just anyone can get into the tree house themselves are becoming a membership in the rules and regulation book and then they got to get a key from grumpy. A key holder. Kevin Tana, Cliff W. B. Z Boston's news radio Make easy.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"GO AROUND JUMPING ADVANI PRESENCE IF thousand dollars system truck to give you a couple of books looked like garbage and you'd think that you're going to be an awesome this. Well, that's bad as Ed for you as bed for art as bad for everybody involved in that thing is even ban on people producing even many. We'll talk about that further later but that's what I mean. It's clearly bed now may Pinon is what it actually is I go I with. With the good part of money into arts now. You can. Submit to magazines on purpose on the actually pay there are plenty of Leroy magazines that pay. Five dollars up to even a couple of hundred dollars you know a the new the New York is still takes a number of up pieces and of course. Plenty of other magazines that are not larache. Pay I mean to mechanical magazines and and destroyed artistic magazines meaning about actual visual arts photography film. That's the thing those magazines actually pay. So. Those. We'll talk about the dark besides that because they are. There are dishes with that and turns. On the other side of the coin. So we'll talk about it in the bed section of that but in a good section angle. dupay. Excellent folks Just like anything else that used map that you're gonNA have a huge fortune of your work going to be rejected. So it somehow you believe and this is why I I laugh at those folks at at at facebook itself stuff because obviously living on the same planet I'm living you okay. They must be on another planet and you know when chant somewhere that even the planet is and how to. Talk about that, we'll have a world that don exists here. Okay. You can't make living now. Is simply can't. Okay. Even. If you submit at everything, only a pieces get picked up at one hundred dollars you're not going to get. You'RE NOT GONNA make look. Member they don't take. Out or anything else. So you're GONNA make all this money for a month, which is what maybe. Maybe fifty dollars. If Somehow fifteen of your pieces, all get picked up one hundred s acceptance rate. I don't know I don't know anyone acceptance rate say Norman Mailer is one of the few writers in the world whether it was his poetry whether it was his articles whether his novels that uniformly got picked up. Almost rarely billy rejected woolsey know he started becoming wealthy well known. Before that I'm sure he got rejected but even when he's becoming well known..

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Students who attended Boston's North Andover High sports clinic notified of possible exposure to COVID-19

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Students who attended Boston's North Andover High sports clinic notified of possible exposure to COVID-19

"School of Health officials rewarding student athletes who attended a recent sports clinic in North Andover High School that they may have been exposed to covert 19. The Eagle Tribune reports that the school's superintendent and the town Health Department Notified students who attended the clinic about potential exposure after someone involved in that program tested positive. The paper reports. Those who have been in close contact were contacted by the Board of

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A veteran who died of covert 19 at the Holy Oak Soldiers home has now filed $176 million class action lawsuit. Last week in Matthew in the FBI recovered the body of a 52 year old Manchester, New Hampshire man Zaki Achara body after a two day dig. But now the family of Zack Care about he is asking for help finding the people who committed A horrific crime. The FBI and local police have refused to comment on the investigation as it is ongoing, according to the Eagle Tribune, The charred body family released a statement speaking of Zaki as a man who had lived with illness and disability and through the civil war in Lebanon, but who stayed positive, persistent, honest and strong in his Maronite Christian faith, the statement Arges anyone with information to contact their local police department. Or the FBI. Police have now made an arrest in connection with a murder in Dartmouth on Monday night, 23 year old Franklin Antonio My operettas of New Bedford was arrested last night. He'll be arraigned in New Bedford District Court on Monday. The victim, also from New Bedford, 27 year old Jose Cortez Cornejo. Faith and labor leaders are urging lawmakers to move forward with the police reform bill on Beacon Hill. W B. Z is Mike Macklin has more. The police reform bill would ban show colds limit qualified immunity for officers and creative process for communities to certify officers before they can wear the badge. The Senate approved the bill. Now it's up to the House Reverend Sun Hall. Heads up the racial justice program at the American Civil Liberties Union. Fear.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Been baseball America is ruled by like an army of steamrollers erased like a blackboard rebuilt interest again please you support of a past really reminds us all once I'm almost gonna try search the field of dreams the great James Earl Jones that movie has so much greatness if you like baseball and I'll be honest with you billboards with us from the eagle Tribune even if you're not a huge baseball fan I mean that that movie is rock and roll I mean it really is just so great father son relationships everything I conduct and very it you know what it does that put up with that what it does is it brings the history of the game modernize the history and why it was has been and let's be honest the fabric of our society now things have changed now baseball would be support for fifty years then along came the other the others and right now it's it's unfortunately and I say that I I mean I enjoyed both but it's basketball it's really football right now number one in basketball number two both folk basketball more global support as well in baseball this is a a with that that's why this is important we baseball needs needs a pick me up and I'm not talking this year but more like a two three year plan and they they are but I think everyone should watch that movie and and more get a little maybe understanding of why this team needs to be probably brought to a better life and I I I blame the commissioner I blame the owners I blame you know the fact that the sport I'm probably the most powerful person in the sport is an agent stop birth and that doesn't happen but it it that that you know people ask what's wrong with baseball the agent of the most popular person in sports that's what we're it comes to when it can't be so I really need to prep movie up I I thought that two weeks ago I think it probably once a year so probably watch it again in a couple of a couple more weeks right we're not we're not doing movie reviews here of course but I will try to watch the movies you never watched the movie I can't imagine the end doesn't get to everybody I mean it's I don't care what that came across his first hit I think it believe guy I think you would be using a couple of people with after that but I think that was his first back as nineteen one eighty nine the movie came out and it's it's it's a classic that's for sure and and like I said even if you don't like baseball what what why don't you but if you don't like sport of baseball I mean that the movie is just it's just fantastic so they got theirs are there's R. Hollywood rewind here on WB safe but we are talking baseball because baseball is coming back we hold off for those who like baseball I'll bet it will be able to make it through an entire sixty game schedule and as well as as some playoff which that's I want to get off the phone call but I wanna get back on the other side and talk a little bit about this expanded playoff and whether you're a fan of it whether we should be a fan of it heaters in Natick Wilder the WBC bitter all right thank you so much for taking my call I can't I really like the new rules are rules or the new plants because I think they had way too many games and they just weren't that important in the end you know I I I I like baseball but I think it's just too much of it you know and my question is can they still grab their crotch under the new rules I don't know I haven't seen the new rules thanks for the call you know he brings up injured it's interesting point and you even alluded to it a lot of people think the seasons too long a hundred sixty two games it a lot of that is well I I suppose some of is driven by the fact that people want to watch a lot of games we have starting March April whatever and go all the way through to Halloween for crying out loud but some of that I mean I would guess most of it is money driven right the more games more revenue than what popcorn the more tickets the more everything yeah it but the history of you know but you come back you know we're talking about the twenty three thirty seven with a hundred and fifty four games so this is been open the empires the spring and summer and I yeah look we we get used to and that's why it's a big help are being a baseball player is you are you're doing it every single night for six months and it made it you know maybe a one night off every two weeks or one night off a month so it's we it it's there it it but back to the movie you know baseball always there and it's Wednesday there's another game and that and that's where the player they look at it the same way you know and and people don't want to hear it the you know we want to treat every game like it's the life and death but you know now this tomorrow and Tuesday and then tomorrow this tactic that's why that's why I do appreciate that part but the I think we need a little bit more of what we're gonna be here a little more wow it's not you you call eighteen behind it's over so there's a little more I think jumping people steps for the entire season because you can't against six seven games in a month you can't make that up it's too hard to make up in thirty two games Billboard is the executive sports editor for the eagle Tribune we're talking about baseball will pick up a few other sports on the other side of the news at the bottom of the hour but you you started to talk about what I was thinking is in baseball and we've seen it before April add nine out of ten losses to start the season you know you can really catch up as you go through the season yeah a six seven eight game winning streak or losing streak could be the difference between playoffs or no playoffs for you but you can't have that one bad week or two weeks no you can't and you know the red Sox it's funny that when they won the the World Series in two thousand eighteen they jumped out to I. seventeen and to start and then last year they were like sixteen seventeen and even that was hard to make up and when they went up seventeen to two do you know what they were in first place in Paris even hello and that's a hundred fifty two games so you even do that even half of that this in a sixty game schedule it over or it's almost impossible if you have a guy in you're a good player injured you could you know maybe gonna miss the mark you can get away with it in a regular season you're not gonna make it up but I like the dividend diversity and I I I think people need a little more sense of urgency we're gonna get that I wanna see this real quickly we're gonna break for news and I got a couple of lots of other question for you a because it's a shortened season sixty games do you think there's a better chance or.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Extreme poverty with compassion international and you will change the world for that child just text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now cloudy skies fifty two degrees steep correct that be easy traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast early this morning it'll be rather cloudy and it'll become windy as rain overspread the area before daybreak the low forty nine later today there will be a high wind warning in effect from three PM until seven PM strong wind gusts of fifty to sixty miles per hour likely they could even be higher along the coast this afternoon this could bring down trees and power lines it could be several power outages also expect rain some of which could be heavy enough to cause street flooding high sixty one tonight clearing our strong winds will gradually diminish low forty five brisk and chilly tomorrow with some sun by fifty seven a shower likely Wednesday especially on the south coast and Cape Wednesday's high forty eight I'm accu weather meteorologist car within ski WBZ Boston news radio strict guidelines in place to fight the pandemic are getting tighter and one Merrimack valley city WBZ's Kendall gill reports Lawrence's essential businesses now face fines if they don't comply inspections will be both random and the result of any tips Lawrence's health officials receive violations of the many distancing and hygienic guidelines put in place to stop the spread of over nineteen could result in three hundred dollar fines for each one Florida's mayor could not be reached for comment on this Easter Sunday but the eagle Tribune quotes down Rivera as saying he might go to the city council to increase fines if necessary to make sure the city's essential businesses are keeping customers.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To shut up now with a large police officer would like to speak with me I'm here reporting from the scene Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio so in right as that is going on we are learning about a lock down and Lawrence high school and police are on the scene we don't have a lot of details right now in terms of just what exactly is going on WBZ reporter Mike Macklin is just arriving at the scene working to get more information there is a report out there from the eagle Tribune that there was a threat at the school and classes have been dismissed for the day that report coming from the eagle Tribune WBZ's Mike Macklin just arriving at the scene and is working to get more details we've seen some photos and social media parents gathering outside of the school but again Lawrence high school is on lockdown police on the scene we are working to get more information there as well at ten thirty two right as Columbia gas is dealing with the current gas leak they are still working out the details of a one hundred forty three million dollar settlement from last year's natural gas explosions the. plan calls for six categories of payouts ranging from fifty dollars to fifteen thousand dollars for any major disruptions now there was an estimated one hundred and seventy five thousand people impacted from last years explosions and businesses to qualify as well and this settlement is separate from the eighty million dollar pay out that was made from Columbia gas to Lawrence and over in north Andover there's also another hearing planned for October seventh and the calendar may say autumn right now but late September doesn't mean exactly that it's getting cold we are still feeling warm and we're still dealing with some of those summer troubles which includes the risk of Tripoli yesterday the mass department of public health revised their reports as of just who's been infected across the state three people have died not for that was reported earlier in the week there was a mistaken fatality report from a local hospital and we also just learn there are twelve people who have been infected with eastern equine encephalitis across Massachusetts the threat will not decrease until we see our first frost which right now is not in the immediate forecast. and at ten thirty three it's time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three steps trouble you know where to start us off north of town.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New board believe me until now I never even like my cars, and sometimes even leave my door open in Randolph. Chris palm WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The man suspected in the kidnapping and death of Jesse Korea is on the way back to Massachusetts to face a federal charge yesterday were in Delaware. Where he was arrested Louis Coleman waived his right to hearings in that state. Not clear right now when he'll get back to Boston, meantime, we're learning more about Jesse today and the eagle Tribune reports just over a year before she died. She was kidnapped and beaten by the father of her child Miguel Castro. Florence paper reports she was found in Castro's basement hiding under a staircase and she had suffered serious injuries to her face, including bruised is broken bones Castro is now behind bars serving time in state prison for that assault. The paper reports Korea was living at an emergency shelter in Lynn when she died. It's twelve thirty two and an Alabama today. Officials say all twenty three people confirmed dead from that massive tornado over the weekend have been identified three of the dead were children. The youngest six years old seven of the victims were from one family officials say at least seven people are still missing. Search crews are out there today. Trying to find them. Here's Lee county. Sheriff Jay Jones we have been able to narrow the search down from a broad spectrum. Of the area down to specific areas of particular concern, these are associated with the addresses of individuals that were in the most affected areas massive tornado ripped a path of devastation at least twenty four miles long and one mile wide across Lee county. It's right near the Georgia line. The weather service says that storm wasn't ES four which means it headwinds of one hundred seventy miles per hour and an update.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sleep in the PD. We're not gonna door and ask to you on the Wheelock. And it says, yes, you said follow us many called in barricaded himself inside the place. It was going to shoot anybody came around that wakeup call at one. And when Steve arrived his joint was bumping a lot of state police cruises. Nobody cruises. Worcester. Grafton, ambulance swat team. Fortunately, it was just a prank call not a credible threat. So it's back to work for Steve today. And the authorities who trace the phone call to a location in Ohio, which is where the investigation continues Chris pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio one year old girl from. Lawrence is in the hospital today, her parents under arrest after the toddler tested positive for Fenton honor system, and the good news here is that police say the girl is expected to make a full recovery. But according to the eagle Tribune the child was brought to the hospital yesterday. And that's when both of her parents were interviewed search warrant was later obtained for the couple's Osgood street, home, Danner Perea and Jennifer out you were then arrested after that search charged with drug trafficking and illegal possession of ammunition expected to be arraigned at some point today. Their other children now in state custody. Well, you never know exactly what you're going to find in an old safe. Maybe some treasurer. Perhaps. Let's not what a woman in amesbury found as we hear from WBZ's Doug cope, Barbara Lawrence. Bought an old mill building on chestnut street in amesbury it came complete with a five foot by four foot safe. What was inside gold jewels? Nope. A glass, vile filled with something bad ripped off one of the doors, vile sellout. Luckily, it didn't break because it was filled with tear-gas state police had to come and take away the vile, which was essentially a booby-trap. Exactly. Yeah. Good. Good way, a good deterrent for chase crackers. I suppose by the way, the safe is still there if you want it it's up for grabs might make a nice planter Doug, cope WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio one thirty seven. We'll check Bloomberg business in about thirty seconds. But I this story a giant among men. That's how American vogue editor on a win Torres describing Karl Lagerfeld. Today. He died earlier today known for his trademark white pony tail high starched collars and.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Golf has never even played in one. Now, they face off for everything growing up golf was Brady fan being a quarterback. You know, he's a guy that you look up to and a guy that kind of set the standard, but this week when Brady was asked what advice he would give his younger opponents giving him any? Steve Futterman, CBS news, Atlanta. A we had lots of people pouring into Atlanta for Super Bowl fifty three. There's lots of security personnel around too. I spoke with CBS law enforcement insecurity analyst, Paul viola about what will be seen and unseen in terms of security. I tell you then it's been thirty eight years for me doing this. And I've yet to see some of the things that scene here in Atlanta this week, specifically, just the exterior alone is seven miles of fencing. If you can picture that they really what the kid was they been two years planning to push his perimeter out to to minimize the risk as much as humanly possible from any vehicles or any type of ordinance being brought into the stadium any type of weapons being bored into the stadium, and they're screening it that's far away. I thought that was really impressive. Also, he took to the air, and they shut down the air rights over the the the entire campus from January thirty first. Through February third for all manned and unmanned aircraft and also implemented a biological screening unit here for all vehicles. So those are just some of the things that I've seen that they've really gone above and beyond and you mentioned the unmanned aircraft. So I can't fly my drone in there is security going to be using drones of their own though to keep an eye on all of this while it's possible. But that's something that they're not going to to share with us. I can't say that. Piggyback on what you said earlier. Yeah. If they do that's going to be part of the plethora of professionals that will be undercover throughout the entire campus in throughout the game itself. Viola also says law enforcement is encouraging people to notify them if they see something, and although there haven't been any known threats made to the venue, the FBI intelligence units been up and running in Atlanta for some time and officials are monitoring the internet for any chatter that might raise some red flags and with the patriots in the big game this weekend. A lot of people aren't just putting their money where their mouth is putting it where their hair is. Or was patriots inspired buzz cuts were a big thing in some circles the patch logo colored with red white and blue, and that's caused a buzz and at least one local school district. According to the eagle Tribune mother Ileana Rivera got an Email from Lawrence Catholic academy this week Sanger three children were not allowed back until the color and the team symbols were removed. Yesterday Rivera says she got another Email saying the kids could return with their patriots haircuts. However, they must wash the color. Ten. Oh, eight we check Wall Street now Tracy junkies at Bloomberg. Happy frog Tracy happy Friday, Ben how will Wall Street follow up its best January in thirty years. February historically the best month for stocks or the worst and Wall Street has been having it both ways as we start the month. The Dow is up one hundred fifty six points. Now, it is high for the day half an hour, and the NASDAQ has improved to eight three point game. The s&p is up seven positives include that three hundred four thousand jobs employers added in January negatives include Amazon which reported record holiday quarter sales,.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A small pet owners nightmare last week in hey role. According to the eagle Tribune last Tuesday night, Elizabeth and Fontes mouthpiece was snatched up by a Coyote as she reached into her car to grab something she needed. She says it only took a moment before she heard diesel yelp and get whisked away from her home on Peabody street. Fontaine says that Coyote got so close to her. She could have touched it police to say coyotes have been spotted in for limit through in the past few weeks. Officials say it is the middle of coyotes breeding season. So right now, they're a bit more active than they normally would be. You have a small pet. You are now advised to keep all cats indoors. And if you have to take your dog out at night, they ask you to stay close by. Lhasa might have noticed that Turkey's are seemingly everywhere these days turkeys have been spotted frequently as of late taking a trot down city streets hanging out in packs across the suburbs. Maybe in your own backyard state, hunting officials now say they're thinking about changing the rules to allow hunters to bag more of these birds right now hunters are allowed to get just to wild turkeys each year. This would allow them to hunt three and the new rules, but also allow to turkeys at a time as opposed to just one this story, by the way might make you cringe a little bit CBS's. Deborah Rodriguez has the story of an airline passenger tried to smuggle a load of we'll call them sticky. Critters into Canada busted at Toronto airport. A man with five thousand live leeches, his luggage. Canadian police say he was trying to bring them into the country from a trip to Russia, but a sniffer dog got to them before he could clear customs leeches have been used by healers and doctors for hundreds of years over the last two decades they've made a comeback the FDA approved their use fourteen years ago for trauma and reconstructive. Procedures a man with the leeches in his suitcase is charged with illegally importing an internationally regulated specimen without obtaining proper permits. Deborah Rodriguez CBS news, we've all got them co workers who come into the office hacking wheezing looking and feeling just terrible as appears that workers in offices across the country actually are now starting to fight back against those who insist on coming into work when they're feeling under the weather. These so-called sick. Shame IRS offer up hand sanitizer. Wipes and cough. Drops trying to protect themselves. Chip cutter. At the Wall Street Journal says the decision to stay home when you're sick. It's pretty personal a lot of people after reading this story who made the case that I have a cough. I'm not contagious. I'm okay to work. I think the issue is though that a lot of colleagues may not know that and so they're worried they're going to get sick. Just because we're oftentimes in these open offices. There's not even a barrier between us to the person next to us. So we're concerned someone someone's caught that might not even be contagious could be affecting us could get us. Sick academics. Apparently have a word for the drive to come in. While you're sick. They call it presents ISM. Translated people come in because they're afraid of losing pay falling behind on their work or how it will end up looking to.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:13 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes. They've got sunshine today, and you know, it's gonna feel like it's a warm day because it's going to get the Twenty-eight. Don't get to say that very often to warm day at twenty eight nineteen degrees right now in Boston. We'll see some rain by later on in the week twelve five on WBZ. We're gonna go to Washington now because well the government shutdown continues its day thirty two and counting. ABC's alley Rogan is in the nation's capital and Allie. We're kind of in a position where every day is kinda the same thing we just keep slogging through your congress returns. Are they going to do anything? Yeah. I mean, it's the more things change the more. They stay the same. Congress is back this afternoon after having Monday off day. Today, we expect the Senate to begin the process of getting ready for a vote on this proposal that the president laid out over the weekend. But Democrats have already said it's dead on arrival. So don't expect much change. Even when that vote does come up this week. Now, the president wants his border wall. And really that's the sticking point for him, the the congress or the Democrats don't want a border wall. And they won't vote for anything. That includes that is I mean, we're really just sitting here with both sides playing the same game of tennis. Yeah. We really are. I think frustrating scientists that they agreed to the gods chokes of issues, both Democrats and Republicans number one wants to reopen the government number two they want to see some sort of resolution to issues like undocumented children came here with their parents who are currently protected and then under the DACA program, and they also want to fortify order security. They just have different ways of doing it. Most Democrats right now are very vocal about the fact that age not think he's a big issues should be litigated during a fight. We're reopening the government essentially critical function of the legislative branch, and until that changes. I just don't know who's going to we are still waiting for some resolution to this. We're all still waiting to see if the president will give a state of the union. We know the house speaker wanted that to delayed is there any movement on that. Or are we still up in the air with with even if we're going to hear from the president with the state of the union? Yeah, we are. We are still one hundred percent up in the air with the state of the union as your customers may recall last week in a kit for cat, the president cancelled all foreign travel for congressional delegations during shutdown in sort of in a response to you what Nancy quirky bit in telling him to reschedule his state of the union. Now, there's been talk of just a living somewhere else. The Senate has said they'd be willing to discuss what the president delivering there. Although logistically that would be impossible. You just can't fit that many people in there, but the president of the constitutional requirement is that you delivers an update each year. There is nothing about where it needs to be delivered or what audience views it. So, you know, this president has used direct to video speaking to the American people before so he could do it from the Oval Office. If he wanted to ABC's Ollie Rogan in Washington DC day, thirty two of the government shutdown layoffs could be coming for dozens of methodically sophomores. The eagle Tribune reports it all stems. From a funding issue in the city. The mayor there James did yoga set to ask the city council today to restore one point eight million dollars in cuts from the police department's budget. They made this past summer alarm Ajman being arraigned in connection with the death of an eleven year old girl precious Wallace's was found unresponsive inside a home on Jackson street in Lawrence last, December WBZ's Karyn regal is live at Lawrence district court to give us the information on the charges here. Hello, karen. Good afternoon. Ben or yes. Good afternoon. Ben here here at Lauren's district court where Mr. Rivera, Mr. McGuire Rivera appeared in court to answer the charges in connection with his great niece precious. Wallace's purchase Wallace's lives in hateful. But she often stayed with her great uncle rather as well did that we've just gotten ahold of the police report not much was said in court, except that Mr. Rivera will be held without bail hearing on the twenty ninth year in January the officer who responded and found that little girl on responsive in that rooming house said that Maguire Rivera appeared to be somewhat suspicious when they first responded to the scene of this incident on December fifteenth at officer went back to Lawrence General Hospital for more information and was advised by hospital staff that pressures Wallace's had sentinel in her system, we do not have the final report from the medical examiner's office that officer also went and got surveillance state from. That rooming house on Jackson street, and that surveillance video showed a Mr. Rivera going back and forth between the bathroom, which is in the hallway and his own room several times that you're very told police he tried to revive little girl that we told having trouble breathing. He tried to clear her mouth in her airway. It's less water on his face. Eventually calling nine one one Mr. era also admitted to flushing a number of pills. Handful down the toilet. He told police he was afraid in Lawrence. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Probably want to check on Wall Street. Now, John Metaxas is at Bloomberg and the markets still pointing down John. Yes. And we're seeing an acceleration in the losses right now. The Dow is down more than one percent two hundred eighty nine points at twenty four thousand four seventeen as in down one and a quarter percent and the NASDAQ down nearly one and a half percent concerns about global growth driving the markets, lower Stanley black and decker just latest company to. A report slowing economic growth, and reducing its sales guidance that the company stock tumbling the most since twenty thirteen Bloomberg has learned that staff at the US tax court on the Internal Revenue Service plan to meet today with tax lawyers. The purpose is to make sure the IRS the court and the tax payer community. All understand what the procedures are going to be during the shutdown and post shutdown the tax court closed December twenty eighth due to the lack of government funding. And it could mean that maybe they're preparing for the government still to be shut down when everybody files their taxes on April fifteenth. I'm John Metaxas. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up another day. Teachers walked the picket lines Gary lap year. I've been speaking for the Commonwealth advisory group for several years now because they can save your house and money from the nursing home. How do I know they helped me I'm Lorraine von very often people wait to call us when a loved one get sick. And they received that monthly Bill from the nursing home of fifteen thousand dollars, depending. And worry about losing their house and everything they've worked so hard for it would have been so much better. If they had everything in place before this happens, don't wait for a crisis. I'm elder attorney, Philly Meru, what those people should have done was come see us long before the crisis. If they had they would have had a plan in place that protected their house their savings and inheritance they would have stayed in control. Everything would have been safe. Aren't you worried about running out of your money?.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A high of twenty eight the Methuen police department could be facing some serious layoffs. City officials tell the Lawrence eagle Tribune about fifty officers could be getting pink slips in the near future that would be more than half the department tomorrow night's mayor Jim J Guga judge Yuga is expected to ask the city council to restore one. Point eight million dollars cut from the police budget last summer without more money. Officials say there won't be enough to pay the department at current staffing levels. The council trimmed the police budget after it came to light that contracts approved in two thousand seventeen would have given superior officers huge pay hikes. There are some questions after a video shot at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial showing a native American man banging a drum in a crowd of teenage boys during protests marches in Washington went viral the students from the Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky. Some of them were wearing make America. Great again, hats and appeared to be harassing the native American man later a longer video of the incident showed another group was apparently involved Nixon man, a junior at Covington high released a statement saying he was just trying to defuse the situation when a group of protesters directed derogatory insults at his school group Sanmen said he never interacted with the native American. Protestor ABC's, Ariel Reshef tries to sort it all out a group of students sound from a Catholic school in Kentucky appearing to face off. With sixty five year old native American veteran. Nathan Phillips at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial. Friday. One of the boys staring stoically at Phillips as he beats his drum Phillips part of an indigenous peoples March the students on a school trip to Washington DC to attend the March for life. Initial video of the incident.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have now shutdown. Brutal cold expected Sunday and Kansas City when the chiefs host the pats in the AFC championship game, but a north Andover company will help keep the field from freezing the eagle Tribune saying watts water technologies has developed part of the system used at Arrowhead stadium to heat the field three the company's boilers, warm, the water that circulates under the grass watts. Says similar systems in place at red bull arena in New Jersey and some soccer stadiums across Europe, the Middleton golf course is closing after more than fifty years operations will end on March thirty first town administrator Andrew Sheehan says they're interested in acquiring the land to possibly build a fire station police station and town offices a special town meeting on the plan is scheduled March nineteenth in Middleton. Nice day on Wall Street seeing gains across the board and coming up. Not so nice in Washington. The latest news on the shutdown with Josh binswanger. At the bottom of the hour. When we were buying our first home, we had the exact image of what we wanted. We had no idea how stressful. The process would be we went to countless open houses and put in. I don't know. How many offers only to be disappointed over and over well after months of frustration. We finally found what we were looking for. And then the unthinkable happened. We missed the deadline to send the. Down payment. And we were so close. Our real estate agents suggested we contact our personal banker at first Republic to see if she could help she was a lifesaver she immediately cut a cashier's check for us. And what yes literally walked to the title company to ensure we got our dream home. That's the kind of favor you'd only expect from a friend that above and beyond level of service reminds me of why we chose first Republican the first place. I guess you could say that first Republic is our Bank for life. And our lifestyle personal banking business banking at first Republic. It's a privilege to serve you ask you banker for details. Member FDIC and.

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"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eagle tribune" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's thirty nine degrees. Clear skies in Boston at five o'clock Garowe COPA. And here's what's happening. We begin with developing news, the FBI as well as police in Vermont and New Hampshire are searching for a guy. They say is dangerous Everett's Simpson of Vermont apparently kidnapped a woman and child at random outside the mall of New Hampshire in Manchester. WMU our TV reports Simpson took them to a motel in white river junction for Mont and sexually assaulted the woman. Investigators say she and the child were able to escape when Simpson left the room Simpson. Escaped a drug rehab center in Vermont last week. He was last seeing driving a stolen Kia forte with New Hampshire plates. A man and woman are under arrest after an hours long. Police standoff in Salem, New Hampshire. The eagle Tribune reports. Joseph Hines of Turks berry is charged with being a fugitive with warrants out of Florida and Illinois the standoff happened at the Parkview in late this morning when the paper says Hanes and the unidentified woman holed up inside a room. Investigators believe Hanes was also involved in a shooting on four ninety-five in Hazel last Wednesday. Tonight, the people displaced by the deadly fire at a Fall River apartment complex on New Year's day are getting health has WBZ Sheri, small reports it's coming from the Red Cross is one of about eighty people who lost their apartment in last week's massive fire in Fall River turning her life upside down which still trying to figure it out day by day. She's getting much needed guidance and help today at a resource center set up by the Red Cross multiple agencies and the city or on hand helping these folks get back on their feet after losing their home and all their belongings what sort of resources did you get here today? I got information to help me get.

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Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

WBZ Morning News

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

"Like to thank the Virginia state police the FBI and all the federal agencies who coordinated a tremendous amount of resources to make sure that she was safe and obviously we're all happy with the outcome now the FBI is investigating whether any federal crimes were. Committed. Including visa fraud, since her parents had been living in the United States but the, girl had not the members of the boys soccer team rescued, after almost three weeks trapped in a cave in northern Thailand complete their time as novice Buddhist Monks today about three hundred people gathered for the. Ceremony that's our eleven boys in their, coach leave temple life to return to their families a twelfth boy did not. Go through the ritual religious ritual because he isn't Buddhist. Although they are giving up their Buddhist robes it is likely that the boys will retain some of the solitude of temple life the Thai government had discouraged any interviews. With them wielding, the threat of legal action under child protection laws. Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the, murder of his girlfriend and our north Andover home buddy sent a letter to the eagle Tribune newspaper addressed to report. A brianna Eggleston saying the state of New. Hampshire, is at fault for quote this whole terrible incident WBZ's, Karyn regal spoke to the reporter who's received the verified letter the letter. Is handwritten and address the eagle Tribune reporter brianna Edelstein, Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the murder of Wendy Davis in her, north Andover home back in April Oh but argues, the state failed him reporter zoey Matthews drove. From court. To court to help indicate that letter driving around New Hampshire two different. Courts in different counties to get those documents. That sort of detail that and in attaining those documents there were actually a couple. Of handwriting samples that he had written well on incarcerated and they we sort of matched them to this. Letter that we received in the letter chevalier says he told his parole officer he was about to snap Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. This is Josh binswanger certainly hope you're enjoying your weekend hotter temperatures are here and it. Appears they're, going to be staying. For a while we'll take a look at the extended forecast Boston. About to.

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