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1 killed, 5 hurt by gunfire at Massachusetts house party
"One person was fatally shot and 5 others were injured by gunfire at a house party in Massachusetts. State and city police are investigating after a house party at a third floor apartment in Lawrence, Massachusetts turned deadly, officers responding to a disturbance call and sounds of gunfire around 3 a.m. Sunday morning, found 6 victims, Essex county district attorney Paul Tucker, says all were taken to Lawrence general hospital, where one 18 year old male was pronounced dead, two patients were flown to hospitals in Boston for additional treatment. Neighbors on royal street talked to WCVB TV. They had to stop. No arrests were announced, but the district attorney's office said the gunfire did not appear to be a random act of violence. I'm Jennifer King
"essex county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Looking for the earliest opportunity to do this safely and we can assure you that day is coming for your children New coronavirus cases have led to a re masking of high school students at two schools in New Jersey The times reports south Brunswick high school in Middlesex county announced that beginning yesterday masks again became mandatory in classrooms It follows similar guidance from millburn high school in Essex county Governor Phil Murphy tested positive for the coronavirus himself this week and is isolating Faculty and student advocates across the city's cuny campuses are calling on governor hochul for additional funds This to address ongoing maintenance issues and staffing concerns New York one reports students are saying complaints range from rodent issues to broken elevators and falling ceiling tiles due to water damage Demand for second homes in the U.S. is plummeting as mortgage rates climb steeply the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet After a pandemic buying frenzy mortgage rate locks to buy second homes drop last month to the lowest level since May of 2020 according to a report from Redfin while demand was still up 35% from February of 2020 before COVID-19 hit the U.S. the brokerage said it was significantly lower than the previous months 87% jump Bloomberg's Charlie pellet reporting global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg best Bloomberg radio is everywhere I always accurate and precise Wilbur's really one of the places.
"essex county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Jersey, one at 1.5 through Jersey, chime time. 10 35. I am Bob O Brien Bob on the job and my final Saturday night as Mr Saturday Night here at New Jersey 101.5 and regular listener IRA checking in from the Bronx, New York, IRA. I find out I was talking about the Jerry Lewis telethon a little while ago he used to answer phones for the Jerry Lewis telethon taking those pledges. And hello, Ira. I have somebody really, really is good. Like your life that will take over their home on. So, Bob. It was a really, really a pleasure to speak the of these many years and I don't wish you all the very, very bad and a happy Russia. Shana to you, too. As of Monday, Thank you if I've ever lived close to the station I remember you. I will bring you honey cake, Honey, you had me at honey cake. Oh, that sounds good. I could go for some of that right now. Too bad You don't live close in the middle of the road. We just had the pretenders and let's see if that thing in the middle of the road that Chrissy Hind. That's there is causing any traffic problems. Here's the promised. Er, Bob. We're going to start off with the crossing. Specifically the outer bridge, leaving New Jersey right now on 4 40 Northman of the bridge. All lanes are blocked into a vehicle fire. So if you're leaving New Jersey for Staten Island Do not use the Outerbridge crossing head up to the Gospels were okay at the turnpike offering for 13 and out across the Staten Island Expressway. You look good too. Now Parkway Traffic a bit busy heading up through Essex County. We've got a crash being worked on right before exit 1 44, and there's also a westbound Reckon 2 80. As we head across the stick abridging towards north. So a lot of tough traffic on 2 80 westbound heading out Harrison to 80 eastbound the offering pit exit 17 still blocked with flooding issues and we're in pretty good shape at the crossings. Now we've died down at the Hudson. Delaware Crossing is okay too. This report sponsored by unbound dot org Girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor, An elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community you can reach out and change their world. It'll change your own visit unbound dot org Traffic every 15 minutes. The next report. 10 48 AM Jeff from on New Jersey one at 1.5. When Hurricane Ida hit New Jersey We hit back New Jersey One at 1.5 mobilized our news, weather and traffic reporters to keep you safe and informed not just a tornado warning. That was a tornado emergency reports the vehicles floating in the roadway. If.
"essex county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is double u N. Y C. We have our first Atlantic hurricane of the season. Elsa has strengthened into a cat one and it's battering the eastern Caribbean, where officials have closed schools, businesses and airports under the threat. Flash flooding and landslides. New Jersey election officials say they're looking into voting problems in Newark during the June 8th primary. W N. Y. C is Carinae reports 23 voting locations in Newark started primary day without voting machines, and it took hours for them to arrive. That's according to a letter from Patty Spang go the superintendent of elections in Essex County. The letters in response to calls for an investigation by good government groups spend go told them her office takes full responsibility and called the delay unacceptable. She adds, voters were allowed to vote by paper ballot spangles has her office will ensure Newark is prioritized. Next time voting machines or other election materials are delivered. It's still not clear why the machines arrived late. Essex County superintendent of elections did not return a message seeking comment. Criminal charges against the Trump Organization and his longtime chief financial officer are raising questions about their future dealings of the company. Donald Trump's company and CFO Alan Weiss. Oberg was charged yesterday and what a prosecutor called a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme. The indictment says Weisberg allegedly received more than $1.7 million and off the books compensation, including apartment rent car payments in school tuition. Both Whitesburg and his lawyers for the Trump Organization pleaded not guilty. Trump himself has not been charged. The investigation has been jointly pursued by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. And New York attorney General Leticia James, both of whom.
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Down past 4 95. And 24 south in the red from 4 95 down through Raynham miking Deputy PCs traffic on the three for the rest of the night. There is a chance you could see some rain moving through them checking the radar right now. I don't see any thunderstorms out there right now, which is certainly good news. We did have some moving off Cape car, but that's certainly far out to sea. At this point. So now just some downpours out there, especially in Western mass. And in parts of Essex County, the New Hampshire seacoast. You're getting rained on right now. And parts of the Cape as well. Later on tonight, we could see some fog as well. And we've got a loan near 65. Tomorrow and really the rest of the holiday weekend. Each day, we could see some showers and downpours from time to time. Otherwise, certainly cooler than it has been by far tomorrow. Not even getting out of the mid to upper sixties certainly breezy out there as well. Saturday. The wind sticks around unseasonably cool high near 65 for the fourth a little bit milder clouds and some sun may be a storm, though in the afternoon with the high in the lower seventies. Right now, it's 71 reining in North Adams 76 in Nashua, New Hampshire, where 71 in Brockton and right now in Boston at 6 35. It is overcast and worth 75 degrees. Next half hour in Winthrop. A vigil is set outside City Hall to remember the two victims of that shooting rampage last weekend. WBC TVs on a miler has more on that. An emotional gathering is expected at the Winter town hall this evening in honor of retired state police Trooper David Greene and airports veteran Ramona Cooper, who were both shot and killed on Saturday. Family members of both victims plan to attend and speak. The vigil is at seven o'clock tonight, the police chief says. While there have not been any specific threats against the vigil, they are taking every precaution and no backpacks, purses or bags of any kind will be allowed..
"essex county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The road Nurse some injured animal back to health. Tell us about it. 123 11.5 Here's fast traffic. We're already seeing a lot of slow traffic on the Garden State Parkway in a number of locations will start off in Essex County, You'll hit the breaks both ways that exit 1 45 and some South Better lays in union from route 78 back down to 22. Further self. They've cleared away construction from wall down to break and it looks like the brake lights are gone there. But if you're heading all the way down to Cape May this afternoon south of Exit nine, they've got a left wing. Shut down for road work. You're backed up for at least a mile and a half. That's also been busy coming up to 95 in Belmar, rightly in road work by exit, 26. And South Bend liaison to 95 general volume as he had south of route 30. Elsewhere. Construction slowdowns continue in Neptune on route 18 with a north bound lane blocked by exit 10. We've got volume on Route nine and Howl Township. And then again through Lakewood. Both ways will hit the brakes out by 88. Now the George Washington Bridge. It's been a tough ride, leaving the state. It's still a 25 minutes late for the upper deck. There is a disabled tractor trailer about mid span. Two lanes blocked downstairs. At least 15. Maybe 20 minutes. Send about 10 to 15 Lincoln in Holland. This report sponsored by Audible Audible Plus is everything you want to hear. Listen, I only want to thousands of select originals, audiobooks podcast and more sign up for a free, audible plus trial at audible dot com. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report to 48 from the all American Auto Group Traffic desk. I'm Jeff from a New Jersey one of 1.5. New Jersey one on 1.5 in skin weather. The bottom line of this weekend's forecast Sunday morning looks great. Everything else will be iffy with two batches of rain on the way and we'll start to see showers creep into New Jersey.
"essex county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New Jersey one a 1.5 Your first responders for news, traffic and weather. Jersey. One on 1.5 News Time. Two Oh, three. Now New Jersey one a 1.5 past traffic. Well, it has gotten a little bit slow on the Garden State Parkway through parts of Essex County. We're seeing some North battle is won 43 upto 1 45 in the south bound side between 1 50 back down to the Essex tolls. And we are starting to see some brake lights. Now, heading on down the shore Looks like a little bit of slow traffic south of exit. 98 is a head through a wall down into the Ocean County area, but David Toms River Parkway still generally light We've still got delays on Route nine in Lakewood. It looks like the South bound side still busy heading back down to 70 hand route. 18 north bound in Neptune. They've got left lane construction by exit. 10 also watch out for construction delays on to 95 in Belmar heading up the exit. 26. We've got south bound volume in the area as well. And we'll see some brake lights on the Garden State Parkway Much further south indicate May South bound construction after exit nine. It's at least a mile back up right now getting better at the Hudson. It looks like we're in the 10 to 15 minute range for the GWB upper deck about 10 minutes downstairs under five at the Lincoln Tunnel Hand 10 to 15 at the Holland off one of nine Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report to 18. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey. One at 1.5 on Wall Street. The Dow Jones is up 170 points. New Jersey one A 1.5 news. Time to Oh, five heading out tonight. Take us with you fast traffic. Instant Weather, Jersey News and jersey views. It's all here weeknights on New Jersey one a 1.5 The You're having a sleepover and hey, Are you still awake? Yeah. Are you hungry? Yeah. Do you think your dad would drive us to McDonald's deal? There is a deal for every sleepover when you buy one of your faith that McDonald's like the filet of fish, quarter pounder with cheese, Big Mac or 10 piece chicken McNuggets.
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Year. JJ. What? Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio. All right, 6 43. It looks like we're moving a bit better on the expressway right now. But let's go to the expert for this. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes brought to us by your local independent Realty Guild member and Mike. It looks like somebody just open the cork and all the traffic. It's going. Yeah, that's what it looks like The call. Yeah, well, we had our hands full just a while ago with a bad crash on the North Bound Express Way up by Furnace Brook Parkway. But It's gone. All lanes have reopened. Hopefully, it'll stay that way. As of right now, it is just slow going from Braintree. A passing upon sits circle, which really isn't so unusual for this time of the night on a Friday, I've got 18 minutes from Braintree up to the O'Neill Tunnel to give you an idea. South bound is clear hallways down from the tunnel down to the split now elsewhere. Things are good with through three, which runs along the South Shore All the cape highways the bottom into 1 28. They're all fine. Up to the north. The upper end of 1 20 Eights all emptied out. Same with 93 north. You're good to go all the way up past exit one in New Hampshire tonight, Route one. We'll call it even an easy right now off the Tobin Bridge up past the Lynnfield Tunnel downtown. I'm not seeing any hang ups here through the city, The lower deck of 93 that's taken bridge throw drive their role. Okay. So was delivered down ramp in the summer of tunnel. This report sponsored by Staples Stores Staples as great deals on must have supplies. Plus, Staples has reduced everyday prices on paper, now a ream of staples True read. Copy paper is just 4 49, plus Euler and 10%. Back in Staples Rewards Limit three shopping store, pick up curbside at most doors and save big at Staples. My king WBC's traffic on the three. Yeah, these snow showers out there right now really are still hugging the 4 95 corridor except in Essex County, starting to see a few of them popping up through What's Newberry in Georgetown,.
"essex county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"County roads or the main arterial roads and feedback is good. I've been working really hard. This was a relentless storm, but our guys are just his relentless. But she says, you're still be better off if you could just stay off the roads, mass transit getting back online this morning, New Jersey transit Busses and trains still at a standstill. Lobe and vaccination sites remain closed around the tri state area, all because of the Syrian Essex County, New Jersey, where Newark is located just outside New York City. All vaccination centers are closed today. In fact, across the state, all six mega centers that Had been set up to get us many people. Covert chances possible are shut down for a second day. New Hampshire is also closed its doors for the day and the same goes for New York City's vaccination centers. The sites that are further north in upstate New York will be open today, but people are gonna have to wait because they're operating with delays. Sherry Preston ABC News, Essex County, New Jersey And of course, it is ground Hog Day punks and Tony Phil has ventured out of his burrow and saw his shadow. And if you believe that it means six more weeks of winter because of covert. The traditional event was broadcast online on Staten Island, Staten Island. Chuck also came out and He is predicting an early spring. So you got your choice of ground hogs this morning. Our news at 10 o'clock brought to you by the Osborn Sterling part independent living community. It is a penalty free. How about a check on our traffic? We have the roads are getting a little better out there. Here's Bernie. Bernie. Hey, tell the good news is that all the major roads Aaron really decent shape. It's all blacktop. Now, some of the secondary roads they're gonna be slush covered. And so, he said, you do need to be careful. And, of course, slippery conditions. Definitely a factor. Westbound Route three After Riverside Avenue in Rutherford, it's a flipped over vehicle with two lanes blocked off. And if you're trampling on the New Jersey Turnpike on the truck lanes north bound before 13 and Elizabeth, it's an overturned vehicle on the right side. Also on the turnpike are Lindsay in the roadway South on before interchange 14, another overturned vehicle. This one takes out the left hand lane. Staten Island bound Bayonne Bridge crash along the right side of this report is sponsored by Compassion International. It's a new year. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are still desperate, Joined Compassion International with your one time $40 gift to provide a covert relief kid to a family in poverty. Next. The word give 283393 That's give 283393 I'm burning fighter on 7 10 WR. Hello. I'm Dr Ed stop him from procure Proton Therapy Center, located in Somerset, New Jersey, You may be surprised to know that one in seven men will experience a prostate cancer diagnosis in their life..
"essex county" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You didn't We ordered the breakfast. You see, this kid is great. I love this kid is great Alice yet And so I turned around to look for him behind the glass being I mean, and now he's getting my bread now. You didn't. Did you pick up records? Yes, I paid for breakfast. You're welcome. Thank you. This is great, because it ain't cheap in New York. Alex. Thank you, buddy. We appreciate thanks for being here coming in, because what's wrong with Charles? He's gonna need a Sinus infection zone. That's what I said. Said, Suck it up. But then I had I had thought better of it. I said, you know, you know, I don't want Joe to get sick, right? Catches sight of the banking it casually again. Yeah, but let's Adam and what we should all be knowing is that of an abundance of caution. If you're not feeling well, you should stay good guard. Good out Good and whether you have a Sinus infection of cold covert. Whatever Stay home. This is why we have six days. 70 11, baby, You're right. You know, it's a good advice. That's very, very smart. That's very recently because what ends up happening is is that somebody thinks they may have a cold and it could turn out to be coveted. Now you've infected You know, five or six people not saying that Charles has that if he's got a legit Sinus infection wasn't feeling good. The prudent thing to do is to stay home. How do you lose 20 Million vaccines? How do you lose two as the federal government lose a they want. I'm like we're gonna do obamacare government. We're gonna We're gonna have health care. National healthcare Obama care. This is what happens when you give health care to the government is what's happening now. Just give it out. For God's sake, like it's a flu shot to the T. Walgreens to all the the pharmacies, For God's sake, give it to the doctors, for God's sake. I mean, even in Essex County we have We can't get it. I get a call. I'm gonna call the executive account the county executive and this is Countee Jo Dee Finch. Enzo see, Because the elderly I haven't trouble getting vaccines. You can't go to the hospital and you can't go to your doctor. And there's a laying there delaying the vaccinations again. Today The big places are closed again. Today. We'll have that's understandable. Yeah, they're moving the appointments to Wednesday and Thursday. And maybe later in the week. So again, it zah good idea to call ahead of time to check. I do have the number If you give me a second. The number for the vaccine hotline is 8555680545 in New Jersey. There are operators standing by. Thank They are Jersey employees. You're not gonna get somebody from India 8555680545? No, because you thought your race all right. That's why I was a racist. The governor is the one who said their jersey employees that are standing by to take your call. What would you pick on and they're not Chinese. I'm not Indian enough Filipino. They're not from any foreign you're alluding to When you go to a call center that it's somewhere else in the world. When I called Comcast, I I detect a slight accent. And I always like to ask friendly way. Not not. Are you to the delivery person? I don't say that. But I say are you from? I said, where you from there, Go the Philippines and have a nice chat. How was the weather in the Philippines? But I cannot understand why they don't bring the jobs to America. We're dying for jobs here because it's cheaper outsource and there should be a federal mandate and the Democrats want to show something that should mandate If you're an American company, you hire American workers. Simple Is that Yeah, because the Americans are in good to talk on the phone anymore. Because we have texting. We have e mails the thing Now you'll call the hotline in the guy. I'll go. Can you just text me with the problem is I don't need to talk to you. Have you seen that lately? Much, much more polite to fill it. But I got somebody in there go. You couldn't text that man like But I wanted to talk to you. I want to actually have a conversation and not go back and forth and not have my text be misconstrued as being angry or upset. It's a problem when you text somebody, and then they call you back. They call you so because they know why. Why you got your phone in your right. Don't do that, because I know there's a reason I'm texting because I really don't want to ever come here. That all the time. Yeah. Yes, you are, And it's It's like Joe's they go. Just text me. And then I think Joe's calls me back because he knows I'm there and I, but I pick up for you. I don't really pick up. I don't want to talk people talk about this is the worst. This is the word. I don't know. We're gonna break in a second when they people call and they go. Hey. You are in for that that Hey, because that means they're going to start a conversation. And then they go like that. The worst thing you could hear when someone calls you. I'm driving home because all that you've got nothing to do. I'm gonna be your entertainment as you drive on. Please get off the phone. Anthony Pope, My dear friend. My attorney ease the best if he stays on 20 seconds. He's great covers everything. Bump, bump, bump bump, and then all right. Talk to you later. Love you love you, too, man Bone, but that's the end of it. That's what you should be on the phone. I get you off the phone pretty quickly. Be honest. You're cool because it's faster, sometimes just to get it out of the phone call. I don't have to wait 20 minutes there replied Text back. Expect I'm lining. I'm like the one legged wonder Hey, so, so sad news quarter after seven o'clock. With Jo on the Radio Joe and Joe and the Alan the Alex is here and carries running social media. So we got the team for you and we get we'll get into all the news. Tony Bennett apparently has Alzheimer's disease. Al reported that earlier yesterday we started to talk about it. And now I saw that article in the AARP magazine sold online. And whenever I get, I get a R P stuff, and I get offended that I get it. Like I'm not old. What, my old man, So they sent it to me. But I did happen to see not great article in a harpy. Well written. I mean, she knows I should know the writer's name. What? Because there's no good journalism anymore. The people that went after me recently, you know some. It was an incidental, irrelevant little political rag that thinks you know they have They just They just do sensational stories to get readers and they lie. And they there was not an element of truth in the Article They wrote about me it nice to see good journalism, you know, and like we always have. Michael Goodwin's kind enough to join us on the show. Great journalists, this guy that wrote that article that John What's his name? Cola? Pinto Giancola, Italian guy, See? Look at that. Look at that time that was like an old I don't want to use gate Police does get the lease is in the world by himself. You know the one of the great writers of our time. But this was very similar to that captured brought you into the room with Tony Bennett and explain what he wants. But that was one of the best. You don't write like that anymore. Get that gun in the show. Would you reach out to get that guy on the show? I'll tell you that. I just love it. These rags on around there that people there's not writers. They just write them tow insinuate and the.
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All right, we're talking about a story out of Texas. There's also a corollary story out of Massachusetts, where a In Texas. The sun turned in his dad to the FBI because the dad participated in the January 6th storming of the capital they riot at the capital. There was a incident here in Massachusetts, where a mother actually apparently worked at the U Mass Medical Center has lost her job. Because her daughter posted something online. Not sure which social media uh, which felt that the mother had gone and protested. On January 6th the day that the electoral votes were being a finalized and submitted to the Senate, So that's we're talking about, by the way tomorrow night at eight o'clock. If you're interested in politics, we're going to talk about a guy named George Soros. Someone who maybe some of you have heard of. Maybe you haven't. He is a multi multi multi multi, maybe billionaire. Who spreads a lot of money around to influence district attorney races across the United States of America and to talk about that and what he sees as a danger of that will be Essex County District Attorney John Blodgett up to speed Democrat from Essex County. It also Raphael Manuel for the Manhattan Institute on We'll Learn a lot about George Soros tomorrow night at eight o'clock in the over influence the oversized influence he is having on district attorneys and crime and punishment in places like Chicago in Boston in New York in San Francisco and Los Angeles, where His on Pac money does influence election results What we would call dark money and then on Friday night at 10 o'clock Feel free to join US Professor Avi Loeb. He's the chairman of the astronomy department at Harvard University's written a book called Extraterrestrial. Which raises the question and it Zanotti Seif site a SciFi questions the question of reality..
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Look for their third straight win tonight against the Spurs in San Antonio. Game time 8 30. And their 17th game of the season. The seas expect to have their starting lineup back on the court tonight for the first time with Kemba Walker and Jason Tatum both off the injury list. Marcus Smart spoke today about finally getting everyone back on the court together. We're all excited. Have everybody back on the plane. Disappears like we missed this for very long time and the Bruins look to sweep their four game home stand tomorrow night. They'll host the Pittsburgh Penguins for a second straight game, head coach Bruce Cassidy said today winner Jake the brusque and goalie Tuka Rask will not play in tomorrow night's game. Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio. 7 43. And if you're heading home from work right now shouldn't have a bad time on the roads, Traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes like I hope I'm right. Yeah, Things are nice and quiet out of the highways tonight. They call very little if any road work expected tonight, So things are good with the express way in and out of the city Here about 10 or 11 minutes between brain free in Boston. Either way, Ruth three South bounds clear from us A Weymouth all the way down into Plymouth tonight. The Cape Highways were good. And so what routes 24 95 South down tours the Rhode Island line up to the north and no complaints on 1 28. It's wide open between Wall famine. Beverly 93 is clear. You can do the speed limit all the way past exit one and into Windham, New Hampshire as Peru Wanya an easy ride there to Chelsea, a past the Lynnfield Tunnel. Downtown. No worries coming in tonight, Delivered down ramp looks good. Coming in past the garden, the Tobin Bridge and the lower deck of 93. You're in good shape as well. No problems along Storrow Drive out west of the city. Route Two is clear of who conquered in acting and the mass pike an easy ride out through framing him and graft in tonight. My king WBC's traffic on this race and the weather for the most part pretty easy right now. Just a couple of stray flurries out there. North of town is you make your way over toward Essex County and the rally stretch Ipswich seeing a little bit of snow right now, And if you're on the outer cape, maybe the occasional drizzle out in Wellfleet in Truro, but.
"essex county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Newark. Essex County College will be administering second doses to those health care workers starting Saturday. New Jersey now has six vaccine mega sites. Including one that opened Friday at the middle Lands in East Rutherford Governor Phil Murphy says he's happy with the state's rollout but still needs help from the federal government. The Newark vaccination site is by appointment. Only low and middle income countries are set to benefit from millions of Fizer and buy on tech vaccine. The companies will give up to 40 million doses to an effort that's backed by the World Health Organization. The delivery of the first doses is expected during the quarter that ends in March. The effort aims to benefit nearly 100 countries with the delivery of doses throughout this year. I'm Brian shook broadcasting legend Larry King is dead. King passed away at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles weeks after it was revealed he was battling covert 19. He was 87. His career spanned six decades in television, radio and digital media. He hosted Larry King Live on CNN. From 1985 through 2010. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Republican Political Action committees co founder is looking to the future and hopes of healing the country. Then Lincoln projects Mike Mad Rid, believes the Republican Party must now develop a vision for a dramatically different way forward doesn't mean it has to abandon its conservative principles. In fact, it means is gonna have to return to being a conservative party and away from the white nationalist organization that it has, unfortunately devolved into Advert believes there's also need to re instill trust and confidence in America's government institutions. The Lincoln Project was formed by Republicans to prevent the re election of former President Donald Trump. I'm Jim Forbes. The Biden administration proposes extending a key treaty with Russia. The Biden administration is proposing a five year extension of the new start treaty with Russia, which was due to expire next month. The treaty, first agreed upon 10 years ago limits the number of nuclear warheads and intercontinental ballistic missiles each country can deploy. The extension will also buy time for a new agreement to be worked out. That could include China. I'm Bill's him for the northernmost city in the United States is getting sunlight for the first time in over two months. The Sun rose yesterday in a chaotic Alaska for the first time in 66 days. Whether watchers say there hasn't been a single ray of sunshine in the Northern Slope town since November. 18th. Nobody caught a tan in yesterday's some bath. Apparently, local weather experts say it only lasted 24 minutes. From about 1 36. PM 22 PM The town should get a few more minutes a sunlight this afternoon. I'm Lisa Taylor, a former Manson family member, is recommended for parole. The state parole board gave its recommendation for 78 year old Bruce Davis. It is the seventh time the board has made the recommendation, which has been thwarted each time. Whoever was governor, including Gavin Newsom, Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'm Cameron Fairchild and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room..
"essex county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's 31 degrees and partly cloudy at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm David Folk. Thomas. New York State is hoping to get an increase in the weekly allotment of 240,000 Corona virus vaccine doses it currently receives from the federal government. Governor Cuomo, speaking this morning at a vaccination pop upside at the William Reid Apartments in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, saying it could take his long is 17 weeks. Vaccinate. The seven million New Yorkers who are currently eligible to receive. The shot, which includes health care workers is central workers and residents. Age 65 over the governor, also addressing those New Yorkers who say they may choose not to get the vaccine because they fear it's not safe. My mother's 65, Plus, she's going to take the vaccine. My daughters who I love more than life itself. They're going to take the vaccine. I'm going to take the vaccine. There's no politics here. My mother and my daughters. I would not let take the vaccine. Unless I believe that was safe. It is safe. Meanwhile, some New Jersey residents are receiving their second dose of the modern A vaccine. Paul to Castro has more health care workers who received their first dose four weeks ago are now getting their second dose has scheduled amid concerns of widespread availability of vaccine center in Newark. Essex County College will be administering second doses to those health care workers starting Saturday. New Jersey now has six vaccine mega sites, including one that opened Friday at the middle Lands in East Rutherford. Governor Phil Murphy says he's happy with the.
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The snow very quickly making its way off the coast of Essex County, right by Plum Island. Right now, I've seen 29 degrees and clearing skies in Ipswich, west of town, where 29 in Springfield as well 35 right by the Cape Cod Canal. Right now, in Boston at 7 25. It's overcast and 32. It's time for doing them business. And upon further review, Amazon will not open a distribution center in New Hampshire. After all, there have been rumors flying that a brand new, massive warehouse was to be built in Kingston, and it would feature fulfillment Center from the planet's largest retailer. But the news coming after a planning board meeting this week again, Amazon not in the cards. When it comes to work. Some new research suggesting the cove in 19 has been a main source of sick calls as we hear from CBS is Diane King home. The Corona virus triggered a record number of work absences in 2020. According to new analysis from U. S. A. Today 1.5 million people a month called out sick last year. It is 45% more than normal over the past two decades, now paid leave for illnesses expired in December. The Biden administration, though, has expressed an intention to reinstate and expand those benefits. The impact of the virus is taking a toll on a wide range of industries. We talked about that all the time here on WBZ, but it's also putting enormous strain as you can imagine on the dry cleaning business. Don Avery with the National Cleaners Association, says many cleaners are now offering new services. Alterations or washing fold for families because households.
"essex county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"You for having also letting you too, buddy. We'll get your song on something nice for the New Jersey Devils and moments, But right now we talk about traffic. New Jersey fast traffic with just from Well, Bob, starting off in Irvington on the Garden State Parkway. Good news at the off ramp to exit 1 43 C. They cleared away a crash and reopen the off ramp that was shut down for about the past 45 minutes, But heavy delays persist through Essex County on the north Bound Parkway. Three right lanes or shut down for construction tonight from just after 1 42 up to about 1 45. So I'd say bumper to bumper traffic for close to three miles right now, innit? Least a 20 minute delay. Also watch out for a detour through Manalapan. They've gotta crash investigation underway on Route nine. It's a North bound closure in between Ryan rodents small wood lane, a serious wreck here. Someone was ejected from a vehicle. So again that could be shut down for quite some time. Looking pretty good on the turnpike this evening to 87 moves well, both ways and one incident in wall on route 34 south bound the entrance ramp back onto the parkway partially blocked due to an accident. Crossings. All good tonight. No construction set up at the Hudson. We look good. Leaving the state. Delaware crossings. Move Well, leaving and entering New Jersey. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next reports 11 03. I'm Jeff from on New Jersey One a 1.5. Jersey 11.5 days we talk right on weekends way. Roger. Shares. These greatest is plus fast traffic endings to weather Listen every weekend on our app and shave +115 dot com and you're smart speaker. The you kind of like this guy, But when you can't decide between the filet O fish or the big Mac, and he says, I'll get you both. Thank you. You definitely.
"essex county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"With us on the Ramsey Mazda Sundays with Sinatra. I love it. Thanks for the social correspondents there on social media. We appreciate it, you know? Hey, I got a soak. So you know, my buddy Nikki had told you about earlier from from Jersey and Essex County. He reminded me it had to be that had to be 20 years ago. 25 years ago, we were at the National Italian American Foundation in Washington, D C. I had done a show. I had the privilege of having Vincent Falcone. Vinnie Falcone. Hey, was not working with Mr Sinatra at that time in the so he'd go out with me, man, and I had the great Benny Falcone, the full band. I'll never forget it and we had the greatest shows that knee off national Italian American Foundation and we go down there. Afterwards afterwards. This was great. We go and we're in the bar, right? And I guess it was at the B the Hilton down there in Washington, D. C. So I'm sitting around and then with my son, Joey, Joey was down there the time. Bobby Rydell was there. Check it out. Bobby kind enough to join us last week right of the show, and Tommy Lasorda was there and Nikki and Frank muscly from Norman's. I remember everybody was there and we were there, and Tommy would just hold court. Tommy would just hold court. But I would love to the tick. Talk to Bobby about the music and certainly to Vincent Falcone. So you know, it's just great to remember Tommy Lasorda and the great times that we had, but also the late, great many Falcone. So if I may I really think Mr Sinatra and this is just me performed as he got older at his best with Vincent Falcone. At the baton and at the piano. So this is from one of my favorite albums because I love the texture of Mr Sinatra's voice as he got older, and when he did the album trilogy This is a great classic song conducted and arranged by Vinnie Falcone. We Mr Sinatra singing Street of Dreams. Oh, my. I've sat a king. Things don't mean nothing on the street of dreams. Really was broken into. On be made like new on the street in me,.
"essex county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If you're looking to buy a house listing of the month. Boasts a beautiful home with four bedrooms and abandoned prison in all updated appliances. According to the Realtor of the House. Used to function is the prison for Essex County and Canal Function is a prison for all your weird fetishes. The prison is complete with jail cells barred windows prison toilets in a full cast of quirky female characters with compelling and diverse backstories. It's a perfect spot for homeowners looking for a nice place to raise Children and console them through endless bouts of nightmares. All right, Daniel, Here is your next Limerick. My fabrics supposed to get wet as it wicks, a small voltage. I'll get With the armpits alone, like in power. My phone is I harvest the power of Sweat, right sweat. Thanks to a scientific breakthrough. We can now use human sweat to produce electricity, which means that one guy who used to bike to work all the time we'll never have to worry about charging his phone. According to the scientist behind the process, the moisture in your sweat could be converted into energy, which could power you're smart devices, but at that point they will be known. As your gross devices. Oh, but I don't know. So it's in the fabric. I understand. It has to do with the fact that it has salt in it sweat, you would have to sweat a lot for that work out. A soulcycle class could power a whole city. It's true, the exciting the research is still in its infancy. I should say scientists are still doing beta testing with the help of a man in a tinder date. That is not going well. Mm hmm. All right. Here is your last limerick while pursuing my chores in my tasks, daytime drinking on trying to mask When I'm outside and hot or I'm inside and not Will take a quick shot from my Flask. Yes, Last West's otherwise known as your dad's. That's not a toy have risen in popularity. Since the pandemic online vendors have noticed a huge increase in sales. 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30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April
"In New Jersey continue stacking up despite the state's ongoing moratorium on anyone getting locked out of their home. WN Y sees Carinae reports Another 6000 evictions were filed in court last month. Pushing the statewide total of landlord tenant cases since April past 30,000. While there's a ban on evictions through the end of the year, landlords are still allowed to start the process by going to court. And records show. About a third of September's filings are from Essex County alone, Governor Phil Murphy has set aside another $12 million in federal aid to help those who can't pay rent. But housing advocates say that to drop in the bucket compared to the several billion dollars that's needed. For now, a bill that would give renters more time to make their monthly payments when the moratorium lifts remain stalled in the Senate. A court order is
1 Killed In New Jersey House Fire Southwest Of New York
"After fire ravages a house in New Jersey flames breaking out on Saturday night at 17, Myrtle Avenue and Nutley in the attached garage of a two story home. Crews from nearby my Claire Lyndhurst in Bloomfield joined the Nutley Fire Department to get the blaze under control. The Essex County prosecutor's office is investigating the cause of the blaze. New Jersey
Boston - Mass. Reports 2 New Human Cases Of West Nile Virus In Middlesex County
"Of West Nile virus discovered here in Massachusetts, bringing the total to three cases so far this year. The latest cases they're both out of Middlesex County involving one man in his fifties. Another man in his eighties. Most West Nile virus activity this year has been focused in areas around Boston and includes parts of middle six Norfolk and Essex counties. The virus course it's transmitted by affected Missy mosquitoes, so people are being urged to take precautions to avoid being bitten. Last year, Five people were infected in the state Coming up.
2 New Human Cases Of West Nile Virus In Boston Area of Middlesex County
"Cases of West Nile virus in the state health officials say two men one in his fifties, the other in his eighties, both exposed to West Nile and Middlesex County in an area already known to be in risk. Most West Now, virus case activity this year has been focused on an area around Boston and includes parts of Norfolk, Middlesex and Essex counties.
Report Warns Climate Change Will Cause More Flooding, Erosion On North Shore, Boston
"Is out, showing a grim outlet for climate change on the North Shore. The reporters from the trustees of reservations and predict in the next 10 years, 600 North Shore Properties could see title flooding every single day. And the number of properties is only set to climb in the coming years, putting $100 billion worth of Essex County real estate at risk.
First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified
"Announced the season's first In case of West Nile virus here in the state. Now we have ward details about the person that's been infected. It's a man in his fifties who was likely exposed to the virus in southwestern Essex County or eastern Middlesex County. The risk of human infection generally is low throughout the Commonwealth. Last year, Though Massachusetts saw five human cases the viruses usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most people infected have no symptoms at all. The people over 50 are at higher risk for severe disease symptoms. They can include fever and flu like illness. In rare cases, they can be more serious, even deadly, so be sure to take precautions against mosquito bites. Apply insect repellent when you're outdoors, make sure it contains detained the hours from dust. Adan Orpik biting times for many mosquitoes. The president of one of the world's
Lynn Protest Against Police Brutality, Boston
"On the north shore tonight an anti racism protest is being held at Lynn Commons organizer's tell the Lynn item this is in response to a move by Lynn police to arrest three black men back on June fifteenth the paper reports the protest is being organized by unite here local twenty six two of the men arrested were are members of that union the men say Lynn police unlawfully arrested assaulted and falsely charged them as off research looked into a noise complaint the statement when police say an officer has already voluntarily resigned if they're still investigating this trying to find out what happened but when the investigation is complete they'll handed over to the Essex County DA's office
Sheriff’s Recruit Dies During Physical Training In Haverhill, Boston
"Week updating this story we just learned about a training recruit with the Essex County sheriff's department was died unexpectedly at the age of twenty nine Onishi Khalifa was doing physical fitness exercises at the time training with the academy over at northern Essex community college the sheriff's department says recruits undergo rigorous medical and physical evaluation before beginning basic
Boston - Massachusetts Reports 9 Deaths, 777 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
"The numbers of the number of deaths in Massachusetts is up to nine nine people have a succumbed to corona virus there are at this point and these numbers of course will change there were a hundred and thirty one new cases hello determine today through testing and we now have seven hundred and seventy seven cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts two hundred thirty two in Middlesex County hundred fifty four in Suffolk County which essentially is Boston as well as Chelsea and Winthrop and a couple of other community smaller communities Essex County seventy three that's seven hundred and seventy seven is based upon eighty nine hundred tests so the the confirmation numbers added these tests is below if I'm reading those numbers correctly I think I am is below ten percent which is good which means people who are sensing that they have this virus with all of the symptoms that have been described they would contact your doctor or go I guess to a hospital in so at some point someone would say your symptoms are sufficient for us to give you a corona virus test so that's sort of the the top of the pyramid if you will I mean there are people who might feel a little off who don't feel necessary if necessary to go to a doctor or go to an emergency room and as a consequence they they don't get tested but I would think amongst the group past sort of that first obstacle of talking with their doctor whether it's a telehealth phone caller will do to traditional phone call someone makes a judgment that yeah they should be tested and at this point the number the number that I see it's less than ten percent I think that's a good number that's I mean it's encouraging better than than a higher
Officials: Mother, 7-Year-Old Son Found Dead After New Jersey House Fire
"Officials in New Jersey are investigating after a mother and son were killed in a house fire in Nutley Joe Caprio was driving down Park Avenue around twelve thirty Saturday afternoon when he saw the flames and got out of his car to help try kicking in the front door just as as as as a last attempt and I was about to go out and all of a sudden I saw a hand reaches for the doorknob attempt an open it the man at the door was the home seventy four year old owner according to the Essex County prosecutor's office the owners twenty nine year old daughter Amanda Russo and her seven year old son were up stairs and could not be saved neighbors say the grandmother was not home at the
Officials Identify Mother, Son Killed in House Fire
"Officials are investigating after a mother and son were killed in a house fire in Nutley according to the Essex County prosecutor's office twenty nine year old Amanda Russo and her seven year old son and perished in the blaze the fire started just after one PM Saturday at the two story home on Park Avenue neighbors say the boys seventy four year old grandfather was hurt but survived and the grandmother was not home at the
Woman, 7-Year-Old Boy Killed In New Jersey House Fire
"To New Jersey where a mother and son are dead after a house fire in Nutley that's according to the Essex County prosecutor's office the fire started on Park Avenue this afternoon neighbors say the boy's grandfather was hurt but survived and the grandmother was not home at the
New Jersey officials speed up Newark lead pipe replacement with $120 million plan
"And in New Jersey officials have approved a one hundred twenty million dollar loan to fast track the replacement of lead service lines in new work the Essex County board of freeholders and Newark city council passed a bond ordinance yesterday the money will fund the replacement of lead pipes that have been tainting new works drinking water officials say under the new plan it will take less than three years to replace the pipes that's a third of the time originally
CBS News poll: Trump, Democrats, GOP draw disapproval over shutdown
"We have no word on the extent of her injuries. Either Lawrence police say the shooting happened on the three hundred block of high street stirring, the shooting a bullet also flew into a nearby apartment. The Essex County DA is investigating in towns in this morning. They're remembering a retired police officer and his wife who were killed Thursday night in a crash
Manafort reaches tentative deal to avoid second trial, sources say
"Tell ABC news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has tended agreed to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller, a one that'll head off his upcoming trial. It's not clear whether Paul metaphor will cooperate. It with the Russian investigation or perhaps offer evidence that could implicate the president sources telling ABC only that manafort's lawyers and prosecutors made a plea deal that would avoid his second trial scheduled next week. Another federal jury's already convicted Manafort on a number of Bank and tax charges. President Trump is publicly praised his former campaign chairman, and he could choose to pardon him.
Britain Tedesco, Boston and Christopher Brayton discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Right now seventy two degrees here in Boston we are going to, be hiking up, to about ninety today, going to be very hazy hot and humid and all that stickiness we'll make it feel more like a hundred or more a heat advisory. For the. City and nearby suburbs from noon today through. Tomorrow night, good morning. I'm, teeny gal in for Deb Lawler
U.S. tells court migrant families may not be reunited by deadline
"We made it to friday stormy weather out there essex county right now strong thunderstorms with torrential rain moving through that area traffic and weather together coming up good afternoon i'm laurie kirby this is wbz news thanks for being with us on your friday topping our news the federal government asked a judge to extend the deadline for reuniting migrant families split up at the border here's cbs's steve dorsey trump administration officials say they need more time to reunite families before two deadlines this month it's using dna samples collected from children to match them with their families but the administration says it needs more time to collect and analyze the dna thousands of children are believed to have been separated as it stands the administration has until next tuesday to reunite all parents with children under the age of five thirties have until july twenty sixth to get everyone else back together senate democrats say they know they can't block the senate from confirming president trump's pick for the supreme court but they are determined to make it very difficult for a pair of key republican lawmakers toback the nominee their hope is to pressure maine's susan collins seen as a moderate or alaska's lisa murkowski vote no they're centrists who backed abortion rights and help block the gop dr last year to repeal obamacare president trump is expected on monday to name his pick to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy some think it may be the start of a trade war today the us hit china with thirty four billion dollars worth of tariffs china has already retaliated accusing the us of starting the largest trade war in economic history cbs's paula reed says the tariffs have had mixed results so far what we've seen with other tariffs of the president has imposed steel on we've seen one that has actually had a modest impact a positive impact on some steel companies here in the us some of the down market downstream manufacturers who use steel they have not actually fared very well because of this tariff and we have seen some layoffs the chinese tariffs on a list of goods including soybeans and pork have farmers concerned the price of soybeans by the way plummeting seventeen percent in the past month on tariff fears on wall street today we're seeing across the board gains we're going to check in with bloomberg's tracy jonky in less than five minutes let's go to the south shore we've had some sunder activity out there again i just mentioned we do have a system moving through essex county right now a special award alert from the national weather service but earlier on the south shore lightning hit a house in weymouth sparking a fire that caused roughly one hundred thousand dollars worth of damage little bit of luck though the homeowner happened to be a retired boston fire deputy chief he was able to put out that fire very quickly and a fire in a vacant building and hanson is now considered suspicious this broke out last night went to three alarms 'cause not determined law enforcement officer deaths are up seven percent in the united states compared to this time last year stephen greenwich with a law enforcement officers memorial fund conducted the study the most troubling aspect of of our data and what we found was about a twenty four percent increase in the number of law enforcement officers who died in firearms related incidents has of july third seventythree federal state and local officers have died in the line of duty the number last year was sixty eight is it a good idea gone bad with bikes a two wheel turf war has erupted on the streets of boston i'll have that story coming up four wheels now well a couple of motorcycles as well i'm sure that that makes too and we do have some problems to contend with today we've had some weather as well mike king is on it on all wheels with the four day wbz accuweather forecast to follow the first the.