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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The studio that brought you toy story he ever gone to the human town. Yeah. Oh, inside out, Tom things fishy would you do Hide something, And so could we even survive up here? Wait. Did you see that as being Pixar's Luca, Really PG parental guidance suggested streaming flight on Disney Plus Now I'm WBZ NewsRadio Man. Drought scores Red Sox blew a five run lead in Atlanta last night but rallied for a 10 8 win one more day to grant here Then we got Thursday off, but we we put ourselves in a tough decision today, but at the end, it's a big league win. They'll count. It doesn't matter. One Nothing. 10 7. 18 to They'll count and we turned the patient. We show up tomorrow. Garrett Richards will try to lead Boston to the two game sweep when he opposes Ian Anderson. Tonight. Alex Verdugo was the hero in series opener and has loads of confidence in the socks, potent offense. Anybody at any given point could, you know, hit a home run, and that helps a lot. Obviously, you know, we have certain guys who I would classify as home run hitters, and I think everybody else it's kind of just But for me personally, my swing is more line drive approach. And occasionally I'll get under a ball or two and drive it out. Socks it two games behind the East Leading Raise. Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio 1 13, the superb retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes brought to spy Window world of Boston. Kevin Brennan. Give it to us. All right, Watching troubles here up in Boxborough. It's 95 Orb. Oxford, rather 95 northbound. Get over a mile backup approaching a debris spill across all lanes here. 95 north after Endicott Street here in box furred, So watch out for that right now. 95 North Route one south beyond brake lights Now approaching what appears to be a left lane Work crew after the landfills Parkway Southbound in good shape. Here from the Tobin Bridge all the way up into the Lindfield Tunnel. Colbun Expressway, slow going massage of down through Columbia Road. Beyond that, not too bad with a couple more slowdowns Furnace Berg Parkway into the split northbound still busy Savin Hill up to Columbia Road and then again approaching the O'Neill Tunnel. Route three southbound on the brakes after Route 18 down to Derby Street, Mass. Pike. You've got slowdowns approaching the right lane closure here before Route 30 and native Apparently, that's a truck tire fire. Taking out that right lane and delays are easing quickly. Here in Hopkinton 4 95 north before the mass pike after clearing that earlier crash investigation, this report sponsored by Smart Mouth the only 24 hour mouthwash with.

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Small Ships in Alaska: A Guide To Cruising off the Beaten Path

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

Small Ships in Alaska: A Guide To Cruising off the Beaten Path

"The big ship alaska season is probably over for this year. However there are four key cruise operators that are still going to cruise because they are small ships and they are not band. They do not have to stop and canada. And those cruise lines are alaskan dream cruises american cruise lines lindblad expeditions and un crews there all featuring small ships sailing under a us flag without the need to visit a foreign port so christopher wanted to know like what are those crews like what what is something like that look like what is the itinerary like and as such a good question. So i'm gonna go through it with you guys. Because i want you to know it's very different from a big ship cruise but a sample one on cruise adventure. Let's just look at their alaska glacier country seven night cruise and see what this is like. Okay you're gonna get one day in glacier bay national park. Excuse me joined by park ranger you're going to have up-close looks at dawes marjorie and grand pacific glacier. Those are that's three glaciers. You're going to bushwack in the tonga's national forest. You're going to go to the fords terror wilderness area by skiff and hike inland. If you want. I'm sure a lot of this hiking in book bush whacking is all very optional. On i think it's chicken gough island you'll see humpback whales and frederick sound and the chatham strait you'll do wildlife searches for black and brown bears a number of areas you're gonna kayak paddle board and skip if you want to. You're going beach comb. You're going to visit tide pools and you're going to go on forest ecology discoveries. But you're still going to visit different ports in fact you might embark in juneau and that's very different right. You actually embark in june so you can get started there then on day two you might go to icy strait have a nice cup of coffee get snug in your kayak and glide around and kayak that date again. There's loads of options. Then you might have your third day. Glacier bay national park your fourth day might be in the chatham strait seeing so many different things. If you'd like to go backpacking and go skipping on a boat. You can day five. You might go to q. Island day six frederick sound day seven endicott arm and dawes glacier and day eight juno now again this particular one that i read to you guys is more all about explorations. Less about port stops but they do have several itineraries from une cruised that visit the ports the standard ports as well. But since you're doing round trip juno they're just really focused on adventure and exploration and things like that. They're

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have been humanly euthanized. 10 03 time to check the highways. Now, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three Steve what you got? We got a lot to work Crews done. Lots of, um we'll start north of town. 93 North found very slow passing work crews between Pelham Street into 13 Matthew in 1. 28 South has a only one landing getting by Endicott Street and Danvers slow there for 95 north, heavy with two lanes taken after 1 19, and then you're crawling in a set up. Mass have passed Marston Street up in north and over through one south saga. Sluggish passing roadwork. Lynnfield Tunnel Toll in Fells Parkway south of town expressways Find then 93 South, You're down two lanes and jammed up from the split to route 28. Then the ramp to Route three has closed on Route three. South bound You slow from Bergen Parkway, Union Street, and then we have delays both ways with work crews Derby Street to route 1 23. 95 South slows after room one day and South Attleboro backed up from a work slowdown. Petya Kit and 24 South Watch for work crews before Route 40 Foreign Raynham West Work crews slow things down a route to West bound by route. 13 lemons. They're eastbound it Shirley Road. You're okay on the pike and Route nine. Downtown Ted Williams Tunnel has the left lane closed, inbound and outbound. No trouble in the summer or the Callahan Longfellow Bridge closed on the North bound side and Pike west of Brief delay down two lanes. Potential tunnel too massive. This report a sponsored by Compassion International. We're all feeling the weight of covert 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate, Joined compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time $40 gift text Hope 283393 Steve Perez W B 24 Hour Traffic Network. I'm checking the AccuWeather forecast. Here's meteorologist Brian Thompson tonight will be comfortable under a clearing sky Low. 62 downtown will drop its load of mid fifties and many suburbs tomorrow. Mostly sunny sky. Will be a.

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"endicott" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Can never stop really yeah in Endicott they seem to think that the guys you've detained the thank you yeah you can thank you he's we do they really I mean if they really care I mean but I can't even get the police I mean I so far everyone is still active in this that doesn't work eight six I need a little in less the police are not going to cover this you've got all these people are saying yeah we let in here to make sure he was safe it wasn't thank you for that well this is what I get thank you for being so there is there if your district representative comes here tomorrow because I'm a so what would you absolutely well that's happening in time inside the Chas zone chop zone autonomous zone free love zone summer free love one big street party zone potluck spaghetti dinner zone as described by the mayor who doesn't do a thing to restore order for that guy because that's his business is inside the zone that's taken over where and but when our own home was vandalized I'm really trying to process this it's like domestic terrorism is so unfair what about that guy is that unfair mayor it's unreal president keep saying we're set to go in reality the president has all the authority to go in he does he can he can go any can absolutely positively take control constitutional authority to do it he's leading the mayor and the governor figure out their own problems and I guess if it gets to that moment will probably know exactly when that mold moment is but summer of love mayor tells trump Seattle's fine don't be afraid of democracy she didn't like the marker see what it ended up on her doorstep and the president you know taken some shots obviously the mayor and the that that that the governor's impotent he's useless summer of anarchy is more like it unlikely and they're aiding and abetting lawbreaking and anarchy they're literally helping all of this happened and there are and I'll tell you then you try it and you see other cities now the trying to have these R. chop zone Chas though zones etcetera ami Horowitz will join us at the top of our news roundup power he's actually Inbal traded the autonomous zone I'm cops have been completely abandoned by the mayor is a Seattle radio talk show host Jason rants was on fox and friends saying that officers with the Seattle police department feel like they've been completely abandoned by the city's mayor adding that they are right to feel that way made the comments a day after the Seattle police chief announced that she had empathy that policing will never be the same following the national outcry now we can make improvements in absolutely can we we can make improvements the president outlined them Tuesday and president went into great specificity in great detail now less of somebody's life is in jeopardy is banning chuckles he's also talking about new training the president also talked about I'm about instance unless this is a life threatening situation in your you've got a fight be alive then it's whatever you got to do to save your life which everybody would understand and also the president what I like the most is he said you know we can come up with other ways that that police can defend themselves in the fence cities that are non lethal but actually work I've never been a fan of the stupid stun guns I think they're awful you know what the wires flying out of it it's just the dumb it can work at short range but that's it I can't work at long range it just doesn't work at long range you got it well one of the M. as DNC reporters conspiracy TV blasted on there by protesters but describing chop as the street festival yes so you have this M. as D. N. C. reporter in the autonomous zone anyway and describing it as a street festival and then all of a sudden you know they they are listening to this while speaking with the protesters well one of the person said that that it's been peaceful following a clash no it's not a street festival with a with a very intentional purpose and it's not a street festival not a street festival don't say that shame on you for saying that I mean okay obviously you can call the street festival of your in the the peace sells the summer of love zone I mean it's madness mmhm multiple Atlanta officers have resigned we had conflicting reports last night first it was just that it was no anyway a lot of people we see this now going on around the country Minneapolis elsewhere they getting out they don't want to do the job he's a people by the way that earlier Monday when a police foundation reported nineteen resignations in the past week they took back that claim a for me that they've been eight resignations other officers that are at the end of place where they can retire and get their pension they get out they would otherwise probably stay with all their experience when they wanted they love their jobs they want to continue to serve and protect their leaving in let's see Detroit's recent will did the phone the police that's that's had serious consequences others been reported on in one case no better case study than the city of Detroit one of America's you know they have a lot of violence issues which cut back their police force and funding during their bankruptcy settled in twenty fourteen police for the funding for the police has fallen twenty percent since then wages were cut ten percent percent never recovered even accounting for inflation health benefits for retired officers were stripped away pension payments deferred you work your whole life you get your pension you do they get to steal it that's what it sounds like to me about a hundred homicides so far this year twenty five percent spike over last year two hundred and seventy one.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston news radio six forty three it's time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes years Mike thank you we started the north here with one twenty eight south bound it's now jammed up a mile three Danvers yeah that's road work setting up down past route thirty five as you work your way down towards Endicott street you'll notice the highway is down to one lane for a bit there that'll be the case through the night one twenty eight north is unaffected it's clear Wall them all the way up into Beverly route three in ninety three north of both good into southern New Hampshire tonight end no wishes on route one off the Tobin bridge right up past the Linfield tunnel troubles to the south ninety five south jammed coming off ninety three down towards Nippon sich street in Norwood we're getting word of a possible situation there about a mile down from ninety three cells were three on the south shore is okay so is the expressway tonight no problems in a lot of the city from the south master bikes in good shape and it's pretty quiet downtown this report is sponsored by CVS CVS pharmacy delivers and right now to meet the needs of the current health situation they're offering free one day two day delivery of prescriptions and other stores sensuales visit CVS dot com or call your local CVS pharmacy to get started restrictions apply miking WBZ's traffic on the three cloudy skies right now just some small breaks of sunshine out there hot one and it's going to be hot pretty much tomorrow Friday into Saturday as well Sunday is when the cool down happens we'll see sunshine and highs right around seventy degrees this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good evening I'm Jim McKay and here are the five things you need to know at six forty five silent vigils and peaceful protests in Roslindale and Jamaica plain and they are going on right.

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"endicott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Believe that I believe the mayor underestimates the scope of the problem I think you're on the right underestimates the duration of the problem and I don't think they've used enough police to address the situation because it's inarguable but that was not addressed last night right the fax okay this is a glass of water this is not a glass of milk the fact there's no facts in life what happened in New York City was inexcusable New York City police commissioner Dermot Shea firing back telling fox news that he expects better from elected leaders he also defended New York City mayor bill de Blasio here is the NYPD chief addressing addressing miracle Endicott governor concerts that are placing the blame for where we are with this situation on the backs of the men and women of this police department that are putting their lives on the line I think it's disgraceful and you should be ashamed of himself is politics in this what's right and that is a disgraceful comments so you don't appreciate when the governor had to say because he went on to say as a developer tech property I'm sorry I think my point is that self evident so do you think that in retrospect you could use either more men and women on the force last night could have been more proactive in the face of all of this will you be tonight how would you describe obviously you know it's a difficult situation when you start practices in the New York story it's it's a country wide story when you look at the incident Minneapolis that horrible financed almost immediately by police executives across the country but there's a bigger story and it's not just about this incident I think and we recognize that and we recognize and accept publicly many times welcoming protests we respect the concerns I think we have to look in the mirror as police executives across this country to recognize that we have to do better at times too but there are protests and they're honest discussions that have to take place from both sides will get out of this together I think but what what you see on somebody's videos whether it's in New York City or other parts of the state of this country with the looting with the attacks on police sources and you know it it's it's very difficult times and it's disarming we we have had just in the last twenty four hours.

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"endicott" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Endicott shoes a lot of restraint but then when some of the demonstrators tried to break through the ranks immediately started attacking cops the cops fought back with equal force sometimes greater force seventy arrests were made now this is New York City not the epicenter of what happened in Minneapolis on the south side to George Floyd by the fall comes from the third preaching this was Union Square and seventy arrests were made is it possible that in Minneapolis say should have been seventy times three maybe times that by three maybe a few hundred arrests made by this time and it's been nothing oh oh that's right I'm sorry but I might loose I forgot the Braves Minneapolis police department it's been in retreat and then surrender they should name that preaching forza Renda they arrested a CNN crew right yeah it is C. N. N. crew doing a stand up I guess at about five o'clock in the morning after the thugs Intel gets took over the priest saying and they arrested that C. N. N. cruel because they were loitering and looting record you talk about being impotent ineffective just having a lost you'll coolly owns your way pulls cops in Minneapolis if you couldn't even defend your house you should turn in your guns in your badges you don't deserve to be police officers and I know it's because the media there may be a Jacob Frye told you to stand down I know he told you to stand down there's no doubt about it and his police commissioner Arredondo basically gave into the mob would not even protect the third precinct or the cops they had to abandon ship our number is one eight hundred eight four great WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two so the president upon seeing this like the nation in the world did decided Hey I'm going to go back out on Twitter and we'll talk about his battles with Twitter later on in the show and he tweeted out these dogs are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd and I won't let that happen just spoke to governor Tim walls and told him the military is with him all the way any difficulty and we will assume control but when the looting starts the shooting starts thank you and then all of a sudden Twitter decide we got to attach a warning to this because that last part when the looting starts the shooting starts that's inciting violence well you know Twitter realize you millennials and hipsters but do not know the history whatever this man all right I remember the blackout in nineteen seventy seven and may are of no consequence a beam had to stand on five ten telephone books to be seen at a press conference after two days of rioting and looting and pillaging throughout the Bronx and Brooklyn decided to send the cops out there which shot guns and he announced if you loot we shoot that is the universal language to all thugs Intel gets that if you're going to continue to look you're going to get shot and guess what they stopped this is what happens in the aftermath of superstorm sandy I remember walking through Hamilton beach the the least known part of New York City which is attached to how would be try next to JFK airport they were under water and on plywood that the owners of the houses they assembled in big red letters it said if you loot we shoot it's happened in Florida it's happening Georgia North Carolina whenever they've been hurricanes of storms it's happened in the Midwest whatever that tornado was come through and we can have it P. pull the strap themselves up with their weapons and they let you know in advance which is the right thing to do if you loot we shoot and your Twitter has decided that the president posting the warning which was really a warning to all the rabble rousers that if you loot we gonna start shooting with the United States military A. K. A. the National Guard that's a warning that's not violence that's to alert you that these are the ramifications if you trying to burn down the city again for a fourth night and if you try to loot and if you try to hurt people and destroyed residential retail and wholesale property and they took it down and before that the president was a milder in fact I would be more upset than the president when he said this after watching what he transpired in the streets of south Minneapolis and that means turning general FBI general to take a very strong look and see what went on because it was a very very bad thing that I saw I saw it last night and I didn't like it I was weak there was no so many takes it up a notch as you watch the third precinct being burnt to the ground around the cops abandoning when the looting starts the shooting starts absolutely yeah I don't know if many of you old timers remember but do you remember the movie Brian Manzullo chill fort Apache in the Bronx actually no I have I don't want any idea what was on the roof it's a cop in always sunny to it though gold and you remember which actor was looking at him and never said anything no I do not abided by the blue wall of silence I'm sure there are listeners out there who remember but all during the seventies all during the seventies fort Apache was under siege it was right on Simpson street in the heart of the south Bronx people came there take two bottles a two rocks they fired shots at fort Apache well they they they burned tires in the streets it will allow riots gangs there the the the savage nomads the black spades I mean it it just started endless attacks on the precinct and the cops know before so their precinct never abandon the precinct fort Apache they just brought in reinforcements they did that in the aftermath of ad no women remember that young Haitian American who was on the floor of the bathroom at the seventieth precinct called for tombstone violated by Justin Volpe and Charles wars both of whom went away and did time for that in nineteen ninety seven remember that one thousand said surrounded for tombstone they threatened to storm the seventieth precinct and take it over in Brooklyn and I remember was Rudy Giuliani was in a helicopter overhead as he was watching the proceedings and he ordered the police at headquarters I think that was separate state for who was there at the time who had replaced his previous police commissioner but he ordered him don't give up the precinct don't let them inside at that precinct and they didn't this is so weak so feckless the police will never be able to patrol the streets of south Minneapolis again and have any effect on this and likewise if you know the city parts of north Minneapolis which has even more severe problems one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. let's go to Danny who's calling from Long Island welcome to W. ABC Danny yes hello then if they don't Carter says Thomas Paine said two hundred forty years ago these are the times that try men's souls you're right again is everything you're right on point about the writing if you given is still taking your but it's funny because major deposit adult from park slope two weeks ago when restaurant owners want to protest down to city hall tickets to save their businesses wanted to open talks folks say he throughout the United States constitution and said I will not allow any protesting during the pandemic but what he really meant was I won't allow any protest I don't agree with going to pandemic could yesterday his body from black lives matter hello what the rights protest and they are again today so far no locked up that day I'm sitting with my with my lawyer laughing my **** off because I just made a million dollars because bill de Blasio just basically told the world all rights or the constitution the things that I don't agree with Danny Danny you should know add an addendum to that it wasn't just the Blasio it was hand we've allies Cuomo they were predominantly young people demonstrating outside of city hall back to back belly to belly to open up New York they will lock up on two separate occasions thereafter when demonstrations took place I think both Cuomo and de Blasio recognized the demonstrations for all different reasons were getting larger one more difficult to make arrests so they just stop that but you're right the two out the bill of rights they threw out the constitution they just couldn't do it and then one woman who had been arrested twice for having protests outside of city hall to open up New York had the support believe in either the American civil liberties union they took it in federal court and Cuomo and de Blasio backed off yeah it is a totally different double standard no saluted the blood show no salute to Dermot Shea but I like to salute the individual cops in the NYPD there yesterday in Union Square park in the surrounding blocks they gave not a means not a full what not any turf at all over to the mob as they had previously in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen in the aftermath of ever going around in Staten Island well Sir Freddie gray in Baltimore and the situation that it emerged right out there in Missouri the heartland of America one eight hundred eight four eight W. 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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right around Endicott street Danvers Kristin Aqaba offering insurance copter all right Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes thank you let's get a look at the four day WBZ accu weather forecast now here's meteorologist dean devore all right hello so let's set today good day now close to the eastern facing shorelines those are the areas that was the coolest in the low fifties get away from the water and you're gonna shoot up into the upper fifties pretty quickly in some places I think ten years sixty clouds are gonna increase tonight looks dry pretty much tonight as we go down into the low forties tomorrow some showers start to move in late low fifties a breezy chilly day rain get steadier tomorrow night and then the wind and the rain gonna be also again Fridays some of the rain heavy to cause some flooding on the roads a wind gusts to forty miles per hour sixty for the high and then still showers into Saturday would have downgrade Saturday we hope for some sunny breaks by the end of the day the high sixty and then it looks milder back in the low to mid sixties on Sunday I thank you with your all just need to bore WBZ Boston news radio team forty four in Boston line ordering from ninety nine restaurants dot com is fast easy and convenient with curbside pickup they'll bring your order right to your car the ninety nine only is the real deal good morning six fifty six on the ring central news line this Wednesday some language labeling issues have cropped up in Canada Canada is officially bilingual but Trudeau admits allowing the sale of some products including disinfectants.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fires yesterday a home on the council mayor place in north Andover a total loss that fire breaking out yesterday afternoon and Worcester home on that trial bridge circuit destroyed by flames early yesterday morning no injuries reported in either of those fires we'll have an update on the condition of a young girl who was shot last week in Roxbury the store just a couple minutes away let's check traffic doors traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes one of David warning Charlie a few delays getting through a couple of construction areas north of the city on ninety five north bound some brake lights getting by Endicott road exit fifty one in Boxford south of the city I ninety five southbound delays getting through a work zone after route one twenty three exit three in Attleboro elsewhere south of the city on route twenty four that's right on time between Randolph and Rhode Island one ninety five is looking good and four ninety five spine between Mansfield middle borrow route three is looking good along the south shore no troubles on the expressway everything's clear around downtown Boston and on the pike westbound state police with the disabled vehicle by the Westboro service plaza but off to the side of the road it shouldn't be much of an issue David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic on the threes Cambridge savings bank where every customer is treated like their only customer I just checked the four day WBZ accu weather forecast if Samuel says today will be cloudy rain will develop during the afternoon raw wind as well temperatures will remain.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here's what's happening a couple of fitness experts at Endicott college a husband and wife were asked for the call to come up with a fitness plan to keep students and others active while they're stuck at home Jacob and Arissa Mickey spoke with WBZ's Carl Stevens workers and not self trying to get information out to the community I dealt with everything that's going on right now well one of the main issue that I feel people are having a good hi style it's very difficult obviously when you're confined to your home to be able to really exercise and shape so what we were trying to do is basically just put together very simple steps like some basic knowledge and some very simple steps object you do think that people can do at home that's the kind of help stay in shape you know keep the muscles you know in good form and that sort of thing and one one of the reasons why we referenced he well let's hope that that was put together the Endicott athletics H. that was put together by our athletic director one of our actor and strengthening national department yet but a training department a kind of a collaboration just the on the but it has a product useful tools and reference to kind of get people good information and then ideas down things that they can do at home to you know stay in shape and that during this time period when it's really difficult with all the gym clothes and and being confined to the home and I'm not really being able to go outside all that much why did you guys create what you created I would say in addition to what to expect we understand that right now especially with what's going on this is something that could work Hudock if we ever experienced before so everyone apart everyone had now taken on the role of the manhole where isolating whether it taking care of their kids full time as well as working from home having you okay and we know that IT and track and also go hand in hand with that though Endicott approach at the bank that we kind of caught in the act how can individual day critically fat but at the same time mentally fit as well and so where you know the exercises that we put together and talking about getting up and being active for thirty to sixty minutes a day we're hoping that in your best as a way to add a little bit of structure into their gang which may be lacking and not only that you're gonna have to wait could not get up and get active but a way to kinda help some of that federal burden that they may feel about and what a great way to really incorporate your entire family and get your kids during respected or your husband your instructions as well and getting them back yeah decreasing anxiety is at a premium but it's an important thing to do yeah and I feel as though what that new media have covered which right now is this idea of physical right now because so many individual got back but what I think we're failing to kind of kill it really highlight that while physical help maybe taking a call right now mental health as well and in fact anyone older adults and children who have baby you're going to school and having their teams and they're now working from home where do you usually where they feel safe and all of a sudden now they're stuck at home all day so physically active it's something that can really help return IT extract and hopefully bring a little bit of joy into anyone's life right now their fitness guide is available to anyone it's on the Endicott college athletic training website Texas governor Greg Abbott comes up with a plan to reopen his state's economy it's a multi tiered plan for state parks re open Monday but visitors must wear face coverings or mass social distancing must be maintained and no groups larger than five are allowed Wednesday governor Greg Abbott says more medical procedures will be allowed just one example of this would be a diagnostic test for suspected cancer and then Friday all retail stores will be allowed to reopen but in a to go order curbside style only he simply what are the product and you pick it up or have it delivered to the state will then reassess the situation on April twenty seventh if progress is good some restaurants and movie theaters could reopen Dennis Foley ABC news San Antonio a surgeon coronavirus cases linked to a food processing plant in Iowa here's ABC's Ryan burl in the last week Black Hawk county Iowa went from twenty one cases of corona virus to more than one hundred and fifty Black Hawk county sheriff Tony Thompson did not mention Tyson foods by name but said his office visited a business and more could have been done to protect employees our entire county wide healthcare delivery and reduce virus.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Endicott street in Danvers everyone south bound watch out for these right wing cruise after the Lynn fells parkway in Saugus Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes sorry Kevin thank you and let's get the weather on just a gorgeous day weather wise and I believe we have Bob Larson joining us live right now and all I can see is blue blue blue blue please a beautiful day learn no doubt about that plenty of deep blue skies bright sunshine will stay sunny throughout the center a little windy at times but quite mild high near sixty in coastal areas upper sixties over the western suburbs partly cloudy tonight low forty two a mixture of clouds and sunshine to borrow at death still a nice date still piled high is sixty to sixty five the cloudy a lot cooler Wednesday with periods of rain I forty eight to fifty two breezy cool weather on Thursday still cloudy some additional rain at times in Thursday's high near fifty I'm accu weather meteorologist Bob Larson WBZ Boston news radio all right Bob thank you and looking at some of the temps right now we're in the fifties getting close to sixty in spots so sure fifty five in Plymouth north shore fifty six in Gloucester Boston fifty six and a M. blue skies and sunshine and the wind finally died down to it's been awfully windy it's twelve twenty six the forecast was sponsored by the sump pump geeks and the ten dollar ministry is giving out hope and ten dollar bills in Boston Dorchester minister many are Culpepper with the Pleasant Hill missionary Baptist church live stream to challenge to go out and offered ten dollar bills to people who need them after Palm Sunday services Reverend Culpepper headed out himself with a fifty dollar bills to be distributed outside the stop.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For that right lane closure just after one fourteen getting into that work zone at Endicott in Danvers Laurie gradu WBZ's traffic on the three all right Laurie thank you we are looking at some increasing sunshine here in Boston we've had pretty much everything thrown at us out the door this morning we see clouds we've seen a few raindrops we've even seen snow flurries pushing in from the ocean it first hit of the north shore of Boston and then the city and now it's attacking the south shore this morning it's coming off the water so it's not gonna be hanging around pretty much all day today in fact we will see some sunshine peeking through these clouds throughout the morning the clouds are going to take more control this afternoon and that means more rain is on our doorstep that'll be tomorrow but once we get past that and into the upcoming weekend Friday's right around the corner it looks a little bit better with some sunshine and temperatures warming into the lower fifties looking pretty good for the upcoming weekend at as well with the little sun on Saturday and more sun on Sunday with highs both days getting into the low to mid fifties so we'll get there just baby steps for now thirty seven degrees here in Boston still some clouds but some peaks of sunshine as well it is eight thirty four looks like teachers and kids this year going to be off the hook when it comes to M. Cass testing details on what comes next from WBZ's Karen regal the state's commissioner of elementary and secondary education says two things need to happen before the M. Cass is ditch one of those has already happened federal waivers have been granted the next step happens on Beacon Hill however I want to remind people that there's also a state law a place here at the end of the day we have to be both respectful of both federal.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Off the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes problems apple of things going on Lori first off in west Bridgewater still dealing with the crashes on the ramp from one oh six west bound to twenty four north bound there so watch out for delays on that rap the earlier crash we had read to westbound is gone now by late stream things are moving well for you on route to approaching L. wife one twenty eight north and expect delays with work crews once again today the right hand lane is closed off between one fourteen and Endicott street work as well ninety three north bound by assembly square in Somerville the left hand lane closed out for you they're still really alight right out there if you do have to be somewhere obviously you are an essential person and you have no delays right now the expressway nine minutes Braintree into Boston still a good ride route three southbound from New Hampshire four ninety five nine minutes ninety three southbound just a twenty one minute ride from Andover into the city Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes lord thank you will check back in just a few minutes and again we saw some showers pretty heavy on the south shore a little while ago some of that is dissipating but we're still seeing some pockets right at the bridge looks like the ATM born sandwich area of Cape Cod and maybe a little bit into Plymouth right now so that areas seeing a little bit of rain rain is the story of the day likely all along the south coast Cape and islands for the afternoon could be a little bit heavy and steady later tonight just a little bit of rain then just cloudy tomorrow beautiful day mostly sunny near fifty Friday not bad.

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Past Endicott street and route one fourteen in Peabody and slow going again for route two way right down into Waltham miking WBZ's traffic on the three right on over now to the four day WBZ accu weather clearing colder for tonight the window that has been pretty gusty through the afternoon will be diminishing level of twenty two in Boston it will drop into the teens and most suburbs brisk and cold tomorrow sunshine and some clouds will behind thirty four clear and cold tomorrow night low seventeen let the sun shine for Friday but still on the chilly side with a high of thirty three the good news is rope is much of a breeze as tomorrow and it will turn milder with a good deal of sunshine on Saturday hi forty seven and again mostly sunny for Sunday high temperatures up near fifty I make about the radiologist Brian Thompson WBC Boston's is ready out thirty nine right now on the outer Cape in Orleans heading over west of town I see thirty six in Worcester north of town thirty six names free right now in Boston thirty eight but it feels like thirty or rather twenty nine it's four fifty five and on the ring central news line here's WBZ cares this month WBZ cares features adaptive sports New England this physics are really sad eight out of ten kids with a physical disability do not participate in sports Chris Babcock is on the non profits board of directors think about how much of your life growing up or being part of a team whether competitive or not doesn't matter learning the wind learning lose learning how to work as a team and these boys and girls men and women don't have that opportunity and that's sports suing the gives it to Chris also has a sixteen year old visually impaired daughter who competes in Paralympic swimming so he seen first hand how the disabled can benefit from the program the blankets trip over the amputees legs no one says why are you missing an arm there at these events to compete and to really give it their all for WBC cares I'm sherry small town governor Baker today lamenting the end of longtime rock station.

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"endicott" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Javid time is six twenty five still a traffic ruler Endicott yours twenty is shut down right at six men exit seventy eight a smoldering car fire there you could use the access road or coming to the highway is altered its do that I think there's double trouble on the south side both seventy five south and six seventy five south of the force partly Elwood road areas delays by it does and it just a heavy pre weekend volume but seventy five north about thirty minutes a delay between locust Grove at Stockbridge delays are still intense downtown on the connector will check those in a moment the house west freeway Mike shields I twenty westbound tap the brakes to eighty five out too hi what about to Jordan road double team traffic ninety five point five W. icy six twenty six this Friday evening we're with you until seven o'clock twenty nine year fourth day cards Christmas kids will you play the match game and take care of the Christmas wishes I have a child in foster care in Georgia and with this is John berry the boss of the society statements and appalled Georgia Randall's all are behind the scenes logistics for Christmas gifts what you got to report on I got to tell you something our our urging people to come in and take care of the older kids a little while ago we all talk about it we have had enough people coming in with all of our older kids are taking care of the people eight all right people are coming up to me saying you all are great will have more over the weekend at other places the for the little ones here.

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"endicott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"More stimulating talk is the artsy replace Brian here. And you when I say trader who's the biggest crater? In American history, you might say Benedict Arnold. You might say Edward Snowden. You might say the Rosenbergs. You'd be wrong. A name largely forgotten here by two thousand nineteen but a guy who teddy Roosevelt cold the worst example of traitor in this country history. Others called him. The he raised treason to art that'll be next hour. Well, give Eliseu Endicott back and speaking she spoke a couple of days ago, we're gonna talk with Baghdad Dave Dave make former retired special forces dude were an officer and a member of the the firemen called the commanders and extremist every theater European com. Pacific com. Africom, they all have a team of special forces guys the theater commander can press the button, and they can go to where the crap is happening. They get there even before delta force. They if there's some that has to be done there there. Before delta or anyone else? So. Here is channel seven ABC seven with Kevin Indika talking to the cameras for the first ransom Kimberly Endicott and her tour guide were released after five days. It's still not clear whether or not ransom was paid gone to police say they have arrested eight people given what she's been through. And to cut sounds remarkably unfazed..

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San Francisco Bay area woman's brother being tortured in Saudi prison, she's been told, and she's pleading for help

AM Tampa Bay

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

San Francisco Bay area woman's brother being tortured in Saudi prison, she's been told, and she's pleading for help

"At the border, a California woman and her safari guide in Uganda are now safe after a rescue government officials in the country say Kimberly Endicott and her local guide were found on the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The spokesman for the government says on Twitter, the kidnappers have escaped and

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US tourist held hostage in Uganda released alive after ransom paid

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

US tourist held hostage in Uganda released alive after ransom paid

"American tourist Kim Endicott who'd been kidnapped along with her guide in southwest. Uganda has been rescued reporter, Robin creo has more the police describing it as a rescue operation. Here's a tweet earlier from Uganda police force, they said, please. And it sister security agencies have today rescued MS Kimberly, Kimberly, sue American tourists together with her guide who were kidnapped while on an evening game drive at Queen Elizabeth national park that you are in good health and in the hands of joint security team can barely Endicott and her guide were taken to safety after ransom was paid

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WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

American Kim Sue Endicott, guide abducted in Uganda returned safely after ransom paid

"Thank you. The ordeal over for an American tourist and her guide who were kidnapped last Tuesday in Uganda recovered unharmed in good house, and a now in the hands of the Camden, security fools, according to the place, Kimberly, sue Endicott from California and had Dr John Paul Moran. Gay Remigio will take an gum point by full men. Last Tuesday spokesperson for the toll company that will with wall frontiers. You get to ten ABC news now back at tastes affari lodge? He also claims. A ransom wolves paid despite the US government insisting it doesn't pay kidnappers. He empanel ABC news

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"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Festival claiming copyright infringement over this year is design Andre Wilson says he designed last year's official uniform jacket. He says that's now part of the design of the pin. The festival says the logo end design in question were trademarked years ago. Wilson wants a share of the profits Wendy to let CBS news. We're learning. New details this morning about the urgent search for Kimberly sue Endicott. She's the American woman kidnapped with her driver Tuesday while on safari in Uganda. The State Department is now warning other US tourists to avoid the search area. ABC's? Ian panel reports from Uganda and had guide. Joan Paul Miranda remains both Tuesday at gunpoint. The kidnap is using cell phone to demand ransom of Hoffa million dollars. The State Department releasing a statement on the abduction. Saying whenever US citizen. He's taken captive abroad. We looked taunt Asli Impala shit with local authorities to secure their release and get them home safely. Friends of Endicott say travelling to Africa was her dream vacation Connecticut police trainee wearing tap shoes. And a bow tie makes an arrest after a foot chase when he spotted a stolen car and boxed it in. Police say the driver got out of the vehicle and Hartford officer j Montrose gave chase eventually catching twenty five year old Dante flowers who's facing several charges officials haven't said why Montross was wearing tap shoes. But they do note that the bowtie is part of his personal style. It's a comic book lover's, delight all the marvel characters on one screen Abbas later this month on twelve theater complex screens across North America. Twenty two marvel movie screen one after another including the latest fifty one hour marathon two and a.

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"endicott" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"endicott" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Go there you go. So I listened for two hours every day. And I started to get really good. Then I went to Binghamton I started with with blues. Jazz bans. My first public performance ever was at Endicott hall, and and Binghamton and then when I came to DC in eighty seven after I graduated I started whistling at blues clubs like open mic nights. And then then I discovered that received. I mean, I would I would imagine it a blues club people would expect somebody come up there with a harmonica or something like that. But when you come up when you whistle. We ever booed off the stage. How did it work? Well, it's nice is that so simple answer is. No, thankfully, I was. Not booed off. Put people kind of giggle at first. Yeah. It's like the first time I did the national anthem. So I've done the national anthem at the wizards. I've done at the nationals. And and at first people are like you can hear almost a rumble through the audience. But then they realize you're not Roseanne Barr. Trashing the peace, and like, wow, that's really good. So the feedback was good. So anyway, I discovered this international whistling competition. And I show up cold. I didn't know how good I was relative to other champion whistlers. And I wanna prize the first year is in ninety three go back the next year. I win the grand championship on the tonight show on the today show all hell breaks lose. It is just insane. And so then for the past thirty years, I've I've been able to have these really interesting corporate jobs. I worked in the White House over on Capitol Hill and worked at the Carlisle group an investment firm for the past eighteen years, but then I had the whistling side by side. So I've just got to do interesting things with it. And so so I wrote this book about the intersection between Wall Street whistling and politics and just funny stories, and and the book is called find your whistle..

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Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 4 years ago

Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements

"A break after pleading guilty salem superior court judge timothy feeley rejected the prosecutor's request for at least one year behind bars saying men well sort of a teeny was just trying to support his family by selling drugs the judge said sort of a teeny was not an addict and sentenced him instead to two years probation earlier today governor baker weighed in on that ruling with people who are killing heroin just dealing heroin dealing with an addiction just dealing heroin my view on that is those people to be treated to the full extent of the law i don't know the facts in this particular case as it's been described to me it's disappointing disturbing even judge feely also said he was taking into account possible immigration consequences that sort of a teeny would face because of that convection and this just into the wbz newsroom michigan state university now we'll pay five hundred million dollars to the women and girls assaulted by disgraced sports dr larry nassar at settlement involves hundreds of women who say they were assaulted during socalled treatments with nasser that's women including olympic gymnast aly razman of needham also mccallum maroney and gabby douglas nassar pleading guilty earlier this year to those charges he's now serving decades behind bars coming up there might be trouble ahead for president trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un we'll tell you why after bloomberg business right here on wbz right now though it's time to check traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes it's brought to you this noontime of the van loans school at endicott college what's up jim ryan delays downtown boston do.

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