35 Burst results for "Framingham"

"framingham" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"framingham" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Can't take anymore. You can just stop whenever you want. So when you think about that in relation to being in really intimidating situations, running to me is like, come on, man. This is easy work. Yeah, I know you've said. You've said in the past that when you were starting to really get into running, you kind of looked around and you saw a bunch of skinny guys and you're like, you know, I was a prison guard. How hard can this be? I can have tough these guys, right? But just because they're skinny doesn't mean they're not mentally tough. Oh, listen, I say to all the things. You don't have to box. I say to people all the time. Look at these guys are like running dweebs, but I count myself in that group. And I mean it with affection. I don't mean literally. But it doesn't matter what the reality is. It's what I tell myself. So I tell myself, these guys are soft. They are wimps. That's not the truth. I'm a rational person. I know that there's like, I just said, this tough people everywhere. The nerdiest looking guy might jiu-jitsu your ass into submission in three seconds. But that doesn't matter. What matters is the story that I'm telling myself. And I'm telling myself, I'm ten times tougher than everyone, and until someone proves otherwise, I think I can win the New York marathon, the whole thing. Go in with that. So where does that confidence that brashness come from? Is that just built into you? Did that is that borne out of all of these experiences that you had as a young person? I think so because at the core of me, I'm like super, super anxious, insecure, nervous, just like anyone. I have all those similar insecurities if not more so that I wouldn't say I'm overcompensating because I'm not trying to run from that. I know that that insecurity in that fear is there. And it's a tactic to overcome that insecurity. Yeah, and I try to keep the fear in check, but I never try to deny it because I tell people all the time, like someone at one point, every single, the best fighters in the world. At some point, they walked into a gym for the first time and was scared shitless. If you walk into a boxing gym or a fighting gym and you don't have experience and you're not scared or nervous, that's not normal. And anyone who says anything different, I think, is lying. Well, they're crazy. So I think it's important an important element of my training and racing and the stuff I do with endurance is to acknowledge that, yeah, I'm scared. I'm nervous. And I may just be nervous and disappointing myself, but I'm nervous, and I'm scared. And those feelings let me know that it's time to learn. Get dark, yeah. Dig deep. Even when it's a turkey trot, a 100% turkey truck coming from your neck. I'm elbowing forearm shivering people on the spot. Oh my God. But the prison guard thing was always intended to be a summer job, right? It wasn't like this is going to be my career path. Like you had already gotten into college and were planning on. I was in college, but to give you context, like I had no guidance. I filled out that application to Framingham state because it was one of those applications where you fill out the circle with the pencil. You fill in the circle next to the letter of your name. It was like, you had to write a two page essay. It was not, it was just path of least resistance. And I literally chose sociology because the kids that I was playing football was said, this is the easiest major. And I tell you this not I'm not proud of this. I'm embarrassed. I'm ashamed of myself, but I just, I didn't know what I didn't know. If I could go back and do this all over again, I would have 100% gone to either naval academy or West Point, no question. That was where I should have done. We didn't have anyone at home to guide you through this. Exactly. So when I got the Framingham state, when I first got the job in the prison, it was almost like disgust for a minute amongst my family like, oh, this could be you could just get your degree and segue right into like a probation job officer job or some kind of like counselor job in the prison. And after a week of working out, I was like, are you crazy? Never mind the inmates. The guards I was working with were ten times worse. They were like, they were terrorists. I mean, I was having fist fights with other guards after work grown men. It was,

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"framingham" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"I don't think this is like, you know, this is an unpopular. But it's tough to listen to, because it's like, they're watching the same thing I am. And it's just it's sad that Nestlé can't send those that crew on the road because they do a good job and the broadcasters should be there. Social lot of the writers, but that's a whole nother thing. But yes, I'm wondering if you saw the same thing. Yeah, no, it is very unfortunate. Is it surprising? Unfortunately not. Not at all last year and you saw I think a lot of people can look at the bottom line and see the money that could be saved by not doing it. But at the detriment of the viewers and everyone else he's paying, you know, these regional bills to get access to this network and you're getting a subpop product off of just the bottom line of money, which is unfortunate because I do think it's noticeable. I mean, it's how much can these guys kind of glean from looking through the same screen you are, right? It's like they can't see what's going on behind the, you know, beyond just what is on the camera. You don't sometimes you miss guys who are heading to the bench, all these things that kind of play into it. It's unfortunate because again it's at the detriment to the viewer the fan who deserves to have people, you know, boots on the ground at these places to get the most out of that coverage, especially if it's a broadcasting team. So it's surprising, no, but unfortunate, very. This was not the breaking news I expected to see as we recorded this. Facebook has a new name. Called meta. Meta. Like, when Ron artest became metal world peace, MET a, Facebook is changing their name to meta. It's still going to be shitty. I would think so. Hey, if meta doesn't have groups, I'm all in on meta. Let me tell you, I'm all in medicine. The Framingham community bulletin board? Well, I think I'm in some of them. And I'm in the neighborhood one. And it's just amazing to watch. People have been arguing for days over when to trick or treat and people are going at each other over stuff and it's just it's great to it's great to watch very annoying though. In theory, the south Boston bulletin board one is really riveting is about it's pretty much just cos being packed poorly. If you would be like, look at this asshole. That's all it is. It's not like anything constructive. Or it'll be like what I did. And it's like them running a note on it being like on the windshield being like fuck you, which is not good because if you're gonna write that on a note, you shouldn't then post it. What I did. Yeah. It's not a lot of thing but into these community builder boards. They can be entertaining, but they slowly kind of rot your brain. And then only in Boston will pick up those notes and be like, so funny. This only happens in Boston. They tweet like a Jim and Pam clip from the office. Noted Boston took on the office. Oh, everybody knows. That was filmed in the Peru. I mean, come on. Let's be real here. Anyways, before we go, Connor, what can the people look forward to over at BS J? Yeah, we're going to be obviously whether it be Thursday's game against the hurricanes or Saturday's rematch against the Panthers, pretty big measuring tests for the bruins going up against two legit teams in the Eastern Conference..

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"framingham" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"With people. Say i don't wanna shot in the war against cove ed. I'm going to claim religion. I'm going to get religion. I'm gonna use that as my out. I'm going to claim an exemption based on religion. Well back in the days of your It was draft boards. Who actually they're four thousand of them and they adjudicated. You had to go in front of the draft board. Make your case. It was sort of civilian people from in my case framingham Who listened to your argument and decided whether you could go or not. And they were pretty tough. Most people didn't get out. And what i'm saying is with all these claims flying around. I can't do it for health. I can't do it because of personal conscience. I can't do it because it violates my religious beliefs Take a vaccine. Maybe we need some boards. I don't like a situation where people just say. Oh i have a religious objection. I'll sign this piece of paper out. That seems fraudulent insincere. I don't think a lot of the religious objections are sincere. Sad to say i can. I don't understand why unless you're in a member of some obscure religion that most of us have never heard of these tiny little sex. The major religions don't object to the vaccines. I mean the pope has said. It's time to find to take the vaccine. There isn't a problem with the fetal cells. You wanna violating the protestants islam. Judaism even christian science. Even chris exactly got a matter of conscience. Sell to them what you do. They don't prohibit so. I guess i'm not sure how anybody can get away with the legis objection because their religions don't object right. Well all you need to do. A lotta situations is just sign a from worm. And nobody's there to challenge you. In other instances some of these big megachurches down in the south or xeroxing the forms and handing them out but they never had any opposition to vaccination before. It's clearly political or ideological. If you want to go that way so again. I'm gonna come back. We have a system that's basically saying We'll accept any argument. You wanna make without any justification without any pushback if you say you have a religious or conscientious objection. The vaccination is merger. You just said. I did a study this years ago. There is no major religion that opposes vaccination. I mean nobody so Maybe we need to review it. Challenge it push a little harder by the. It does set a precedent where we ever to go back to the draft. Would we just let people say you know i. I'm actually conscientious objector. I don't believe in war. I don't believe in military service. I got this view yesterday. So i don't wanna get drafted now. I'm with you not. But but speaking of a vaccine exemption boards which i would totally embrace never even occurred to me. Can we move on to another potential. A need for a quack board. And you know you're also quoted in this piece. I hadn't really thought about it much. But the fact that these doctors who arguably have more sway over patients and potential patients. Then you know mere mortals are spreading this grotesque level of missed. Some doctors obviously of misinformation almost at the bleach level Allah donald trump and virtually. None are losing their licenses. Are being disciplined is an invitation to continue to be irresponsible..

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"framingham" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on Radio Boston

"One of the many lessons that the pandemic has taught us is that mayors matter. They make on the ground public health decisions. They control information and data. They oversee police fire schools. We have talked a lot about the boston. Mayoral race here on the show including before the break but there were some other fascinating preliminaries. Yesterday in communities from lynn to newton gloucester to framingham where incumbents defended open seats were contested and everything from race to gender toco vid. Was it play now. Lisa kaczynski has been following those racist. She is a reporter for politico and the author of the massachusetts playbook and she joins us now lisa. Welcome back to radio boston. Thank you so much for having me so just sort of established the stakes there. Lisa lot of groundbreaking races either because the seat was wide open like in somerville or lynn or because incumbents fared poorly as in framingham gloucester and arguably boston. I wanna get to a bunch of racists but let's start in framingham. This is interesting and incumbent is up for re election for the first time ever. Yvonne spicer was the first mayor ever elected in the city after they took on that form of government in two thousand seventeen but she trailed her challenger and former selectmen charlie suzuki in the preliminary is that a surprise Yes and no. I'm you would think as an incumbent naturally that she would have been ahead 'em even in the preliminary but there is some interesting factors at play in framingham and the mayor You know the first. The city's first mayor Hasn't always had the best relationship with some members of her city council. There have been several points of contention over this term. Covert of course You know can exacerbate some of these issues and Her challenger He is really playing into that. He's really capitalizing on Some of those contentious relationships on the council and saying that he would work better with the council and that you know as the former he was a longtime former selectmen under framingham's old form of government. And that seems to be resonating with people. He has a lot of friends in the city. Obviously so i you know..

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"framingham" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Seven seven. Three zero one eighty nine seventy. I'm sure we're going to get some upbeat stories in the next couple of minutes. Let's go to framingham. We're glenda's on the phone. Glenn thank you for calling. Hi hi hi. I love your show. Thank you i. I was a teacher for twenty years until the end of june and i left very very prematurely. I thought i was going to hang in there for another six or seven years but I couldn't couldn't deal with the Frustration any longer. And i wanna make two points. First of all in framingham transportation has been a debacle for the last three years. It's predated coveted And that's because you know not paying bus drivers a living page. And sometimes they don't even get a health insurance when we hired them through the town they had it. But since we've contracted out of the camp find enough Bus drivers and the second point i wanna make is about remote learning. I know that there you know. Nobody wants kids at home. I didn't want kids at home. Learning it was not effective. Obviously as being in person but there were some good things to come out of it. We've invested a fortunate in In training teachers to learn how to teach remotely Kids gained a lot of tech skills and now the state is completely Cutting off their nose despite their face. They're only allowing ninth district to continue with any kind of remote learning and that has really Like for example in framingham. We have a night school that we wanted to continue to have a be somewhat remote will be can't do it so now the kids that couldn't come during the day still can't come. During the night they work coming when there was a remote component to it. So the state really is mismanaging A lot of a lot of the the aspects of retarded glendow why did framingham My understanding is those communities. You mentioned the handful are allowed to do remote learning got exemptions from the whatever it's called the board of education did framingham apply..

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Major problems or incidents to report just a heads up with the weather coming through along 1 28, That's all. All right. The expressway is wide open now, 12, maybe 13 minutes between the O'Neill tunnels. And the Braintree split Route three is clear right along the South Shore and Roots. 24 95 south are both good down towards the Rhode Island line up to the north. No major problems on 1 28. It's about 35 minutes from the mass Turnpike up through one route One itself is fine. Coming up through Saugus in Lynnfield. No complaints on 93 up into Salem or Windham, New Hampshire downtown. I don't see any delays coming in tonight. The airport tunnels through drive the lower deck of 93 year old good and the mass pikes in decent shape to my king WBC's traffic on the three. We do have the rain from Enrique continuing to pour down across parts of the region. We have some heavy downpours. In fact, South Coast getting in on some of this action just to the north of Fall River has a pretty heavy pocket of rain north of Let's say, Fall River to Bedford. Moving in on taunted. Also back in the Metro West, the 4 95 belt just to the west of Framingham. Some heavier downpours can't list them all. But trust me, there are some heavy downpours out there and you may get caught in them this evening. In fact, one of the concerns will be some localized flooding from some of those downpours. So keep an eye on that, as well as the evening goes on, the rain will eventually start to taper off. We should get into some pretty good weather by tomorrow with sunshine thing is Got to be sticky, humid tropical air hangs in here 85 or so for the high tomorrow near 90, with some sunshine and.

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Parent Company of TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls Delays Return to Office

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Parent Company of TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls Delays Return to Office

"Reporting bang up sales this spring, the parent company of T J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods, saying it is pushing back the return of the office date. Framingham, TJX companies will allow corporate employees to work from home until November, pushing a mandatory date back a couple of months. This news comes a week after TJX told all of its headquarters and regional office employees. About a new vaccine mandate that's also in effect come

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"framingham" Discussed on Endless Thread

Endless Thread

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on Endless Thread

"For a while. Speed everyone shout out to read it. Editors a of jay and holger go for reaching out to us about the gatiss mystery in the first place. Also big shout outs two standard deviation to rowdy wrongdoer groovy orange alien sad taco bell i had three hundred sixty k. karma dammit a muck in wa stays goldman and the framingham history center mate furnish the whole petrucci family our slash. Gatiss the reddit community. Who has made this so much fun. Endless threat is a production of wbz. Boston's npr station in partnership with red it. Josh schwartz is our producer. Need is mixing. Sound design by paul vicous. Little michael pope is our advisor at reddit. Extra production assistance from james lindberg. Our interns are magdala. Mata in noah boston keates and iris adler is our executive producer no. I don't think so our artwork. This week is a picture of keates. You can see that and a bunch of other photos of our trip to the same petrucci treasure trove with linda at our homepage. Wr dot org slash endless thread on reddit. We are endless underscore thread if you want to contribute art for an upcoming episode or give us a juicy story tip so we can tell it like we did today it is up there..

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kaufman, WBC Boston's news radio. It's 11, 43 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Kevin What do you see? Well, Tina, I see a lot of flooding in a lot of areas, so certainly going to need to keep those speeds down with these heavy rains out there. Flooding situations being reported on a lot of these secondary roadways, even some of the major highways like Route nine flooding out by route 1 26. In that Framingham stretch, And this certainly could be the case in a lot of areas. Also dealing with the number of crashes out there out to the West Pike eastbound crash after Route nine in Framingham over in Littleton, its route two weeks bound crash at Taylor Street and Alan Worcester to 90 westbound, right lane crash. Everyone 90 causing delays. You've got some more flooding south of Town Expressway northbound left Lane flooded out after Reece Melton Square. Southbound. Got the right lane taken for flooding here at Brian Avenue. Morrissey Boulevard. Southbound, Right lane closed for flooding here before Neponset Circle and dealing with a crash here at West Bridgewater 24 southbound at the rest area before 4 95. This report sponsored by indeed dot com shift hiring gears with. Indeed they go beyond the resume with 135 skills tests that help candidates show their abilities on things like computer proficiency or customer service. Indeed, skills tests reduce hiring time by 27% on average, visit indeed dot com slash credit. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. We have 68 degrees in Boston. Right now we have a flash flood watch in place, as well as a tropical storm warning today. Heavy rain throughout today expecting up to three.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The mass Pike, eastern Framingham, getting rid of a crash before route 30 off to the right there my King WBC's traffic on the threes storming again in Boston. We Another line of storms making its way through right now checking out the radar, seeing the storms showing up in parts of Newton and Wellesley getting over toward the Boston area, then making their way to the south west of this line stretching through Foxboro Mansfield. The Attleboro is also getting into Pawtucket, Rhode Island and parts of the Newport area. So those storms are warned until 7 15. If you're in the Boston area, right around the 1 28 built The rest of these storms in southeastern Massachusetts. You've got a warning until just about 7 45 National Weather Service says. With both of these lines of storms, you could see Penny sized hail 60 mile an hour winds. So again, those are going to move out here in the next couple of hours or so. And then we've just got a sticky and warm night out there low near 72 degrees. Another one of those good A C nights for sleeping. Tomorrow, another tropical day hot and humid in an afternoon storm popping up in a couple of spots much like today high near 90, but feeling like 100 degrees Thursday, very different out there. Mix of sun and clouds, couple of storms and high near 73. Right now. Temperature wise words 75 in Revere 74 in native south of Town word 82 in the Bridgewater's right now in Boston at 6 35. It is raining, storming again in worth 75 degrees. New developments tonight when it comes to Shakeri Richardson and her future on the U. S Olympic team. Richardson had been left off the roster released today by USA Track and Field. So that means her positive marijuana test.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You and I cannot win were not eligible to get the Elton John tickets. You know, that would really lift my spirits, though. I know I can't nothing I can do about Lori. Murray and the Jeff even made that song up for us anyway, a couple of things for you to watch out for first off, we get a crash going on East Man on the Mass pike. This is right by Route night in Framingham. And now there's a rollover state police along with emergency vehicles on the scene. This is on 95, northbound right by 1 13 in Nuba reports to watch out for rolled over vehicle there in Newburyport. Also still get some problems on 24 north and had a crash. It was clear but traffic continues to be slow for route 27 to 1 39. Let's check out the lower end of 1 28. Now with Christie Neck and the WBZ NewsRadio traffic copter. You don't worry. Things are pretty decent here. 1 28 north out Once you get on from 95 Counting up to the vast Western, that's about 13 93 looks pretty good, leaving Canton heading down toward Braintree And speaking of Braintree. The fire department is still here with what was left out What's left of an overnight fire that happened just off route 37 across in the South Shore Plaza. The road is open again. So that's the good news and everybody is getting by, okay? Christian AC in the WBZ. NewsRadio. Traffic copter. Okay, you know downtown. The toughest step we're seeing right now is on that level connector down wrap and the Taliban bridge coming around the loop ramp getting onto 93. The airport tunnels are doing okay. Laurie Grandi. Wb's traffic on the three We check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Here's meteorologist Dean Divorce Advisors continued through seven PM incredibly hot and humid again today Sunshine Building clouds this afternoon. I think most of the day Going to stay dry. So we get to late afternoon and.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Primary election to replace outgoing Congresswoman Niki Sanders in a race eventually won by Congresswoman Lori Trahan. It's 703 Let's check the roadways. It's a check of traffic and weather together and it happens every 10 minutes, So let's get you moving now with Lori Grandy and the Subaru retailers of New England. Wheel drive traffic on the threes and just like yesterday since it is so darn hard out there. I just want to remind you that you want to stay in your vehicle today, so hopefully you don't crash into anybody. You don't have to get out and swap papers and you can just stay in your air conditioned vehicle. However, we do have a situation Eastman on the Mass pike right by Route night in Framingham, a crash there and some big problems Now on 24. Let's go right to Krista Neck in the WBZ NewsRadio traffic after Yeah. Laurie, that's got nasty. Here on 24 north, and we have two cars in a pickup truck that plowed into each other Northbound 24 before 1 39 in Stoughton. Now the fire department was here. They just left about two seconds ago. So we've got the center lane reopening very shortly. I think he has mask bot is picking up. The cones here will have two lanes getting by this very soon, but The damage is done. You are at a crawl from back at re 27 in Brockton passed this scene. They're starting to load vehicles under the records Now, Kristin AC and the WBZ NewsRadio traffic copter Downtown Lever connector is jammed. The airport tunnels are doing okay right now. The Tobin just a little bit heavy approaching that new dedicated bus lane there. Watch out for delays. Still 21 minutes now Northwest Expressway Braintree into the city. Tory grandee WBC's traffic on the three Well, this is getting old. It's again a day of uncomfortable weather here in Boston 78 degrees right now. Heading towards the mid nineties record is 95 that was set just after the end of World War two.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"San Jose, California say there are no words to describe the heartache after a gunman opens fire, killing nine in yet another mass shooting in America. Identifying the victims has been a slow and agonizing process, hampered by beliefs that there might have been explosives in these buildings. A police dog got two hits for bombs. Why suspect Samuel Cassidy killed his co workers is not yet known. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo. This is a horrific event, and we've got AH lot of families and a lot of friends in pain right now. Today, FBI teams are on scene documenting evidence. Alex Stone ABC News San Jose Summer is still a few weeks away, and tragedy has hit the water in a Framingham pond. A teenage boy is dead after jumping off a rope swing into the cold water. His friends say they got concerns when the team did not resurface, finally brought back to shore. First responders use CPR and then a quick escort to Metro West Medical Center. To no avail. DPW crews say they will remove that rope swing 7 47 Emerging Sunshine 71 in Boston this Thursday morning and easy idea strikes a man during his daily drive on the Southeast Expressway. The idea inspired by the device dangling from his windshield driving from Boston, a tour Oh, Andrew Condon had a long commute instead of enjoying that sensation of his blood pressure rising as someone with Rhode Island plates drifts out of lane. He looked at this EZ Pass thought about having to get gas and wondered if that transponder could be used for something other than tolls turns out of camp And you know, the average car is 12 years old, So you're not going to get a brand new car with some fancy app right away. His company paid by car teamed up with EZ Pass and all town gas stations in Metro West for a pilot. How do you identify the vehicle and the first step I thought was the easiest thing is to just see if you get a deal of easy passing all the old town gas stations around are now doing this and content says he's working with some drive through restaurants, too. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio vehicle is heading to space, and it's also going green. Lockheed Martin and General Motors are teaming up to build the self driving fully electric vehicle to explore the surface of the moon and Mars. The lunar terrain vehicles still in its early stages, so details on size and ranger unavailable, but engineers have promised it'll be lightweight and made of strong, resilient materials. Both Lockheed and GM helped build NASA's first lunar landing systems and buggies under the Apollo program. This one will be part of Artemus, which is expected to get astronauts back to the moon in 2024, Monica Ricks, CBS News at 7 48 and this is a little bit uncomfortable, but we've got to have the talk, Chester so sit on down. Let's get this over with. We've got to discuss. See snot. That's right. A C snot is clogging up the coast of Turkey. It is grounding the fishing industry and pleasure boating to a halt these days. Scientists say this unpleasant mucus is not in the mucus in the water is not new, but blame higher water temperatures on global warming. They're also admit that a high level of pollution may play a role. All right, that's over with, Let's go to the beach. Hitting the beach this year will be a hit to the wallet, especially if you're headed to Nan tastic from out of state. It's in hollow, taking advantage of an early peek into summer coming for a couple of hours from quick Come. I was the sun very excited, and she and everybody else here in an task of beach are also taking advantage of one of the last few days one parking is free. Because comes standard..

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Commission looking into the capital Ryan on January 6th. Public health officials announcing 19 new cases of the covert 19 U K variant have been discovered in Massachusetts yesterday, The state reported 1820 new cases of covert along with 60 additional deaths Public skating is back FMC sports offering free skating sessions at 17 of their ranks in the state. The owner of two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help. Lovely BZ Sherry Small report. Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation She and her husband owned to dull Cheadle, edgy Gelato cafes, one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when police say she may have been In native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017 80 blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged to call Framingham Police. Very small WBZ. Boston's news radio. A jailed ex FBI agent who works with Whitey Bulger is seeking release John Connolly serving a 40 year prison sentence in Florida for second degree murder. He's convicted of learning Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder. And now Connolly says he should be released on medical grounds. Connelly's lawyer told The Boston Herald. His 80 year old client has melanomas and diabetes. They'll make the play to Florida prison authorities on Wednesday. In the covert vaccine roll out here in Massachusetts, despite pleas from some residents, Governor Baker says it's not the time to start making more age groups eligible. WBZ is John Bay back, says the governor says numbers just aren't in the right place. Yet. The governor toured the mass vaccination side in Springfield this weekend, where earlier in the distribution process, elderly residents were forced to stand in the better cold, waiting for their turn in line. The governor called out the National Guard to hell. Open that has turned the tide. But the governor says that it's all about the numbers really good somewhere between 103 and.

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Framingham Police Search For Missing Cafe Owner In Boston Area

WBZ Afternoon News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Framingham Police Search For Missing Cafe Owner In Boston Area

"Owner of two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help. Lovely BZ Sherry Small report. Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation She and her husband owned to dull Cheadle, edgy Gelato cafes, one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when police say she may have been In native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017 80 blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged to call Framingham Police.

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Police search for missing Massachusetts gelato shop owner

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Police search for missing Massachusetts gelato shop owner

"Two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help WBZ Sherry Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation. She and her husband owned to dull trade allege a gelato cafes one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when Police say she may have been in native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017, Navy blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged. All. Framingham police Sherry

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Frustrated Mass. seniors struggling to get COVID-19 vaccine

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Frustrated Mass. seniors struggling to get COVID-19 vaccine

"Coronavirus vaccinations is picking up. But some residents of Framingham were frustrated yesterday as they tried to get a dose. ABC is Brian Clark explains. The vaccine process did not go smoothly for a group of Massachusetts seniors Saturday. This is inexcusable. What a mess that lecturing somebody is next. Framingham, Mary von Spicer said the state's registration website did not stop non residents from booking appointments and also allowed people younger than 75 to sign up. That should not have been able to happen, too. And it's that's one of the things that once again a technology driven system is only as good as the inputs. Everyone was eventually allowed to get a dose, but non residents say they were told they would need to get a second dose someplace else. Brian Clark ABC News 29

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After 4 95 through and over on 93 cell phone. You have be getting over the mountain, New Hampshire, Mass State line into the throne on Route one still slow but moving. Okay. Chelsea to Lynnfield, David said. Ronnie to be busy, is traffic on this race. And looking at the four day forecast. This heavy snow is expected to clear up soon early this evening. 3 to 6 inches Expected all around up to 6 to 10 inches in some areas Brisk and cold Tonight, down to 20 mostly sunny on Monday High 28, then a cloudy Tuesday occasional snow flurries high 33 sons back for Wednesday 31 Right now it's 31 degrees in Boston. Heavy snow at 505. And the state's latest daily covert report is out. There were 3000 and four new cases along with 76 deaths. In today's report. 1389 patients are in the hospital. 318 of them are in ICUs across the state. The seven day positivity right now under 3%. It's a 2.96 are now well over 516,000 confirmed cases in Massachusetts since the start of the outbreak. Meantime, the pace of covert vaccinations is picking up. But some residents of framing him yesterday were frustrated to say the least as they tried to get a dose. ABC is Brian Clark explains. The vaccine process did not go smoothly for a group of Massachusetts seniors Saturday. This is Inexcusable. What a mess that lecturing Somebody's next Framingham, Mary von Spicer said The state's registration website did not stop non residents from booking appointments and also allowed people younger than 75 to sign up. That should not have been able to happen, too. And it's that's one of the things that once again a technology driven system is only as good as the inputs. Everyone was eventually allowed to get a dose, but non residents say they were.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Well between Framingham in Boston, Laurie Grinding WBC's traffic on the three Toyota's official website for deals. Buy a Toyota dot com sponsors the four day WBZ AKI. Weather forecast. Meteorologist Dean DeVore. What have you got to say for yourself? Told you so is well, I got to say, remember, I did. I told everybody the second half of January was going to be much more like winter than that first half, and it is not disappointed us in one bit. So that's what I got to say. But also, what I got to say, is stay tuned to WBZ throughout the next several days. As we keep an eye on this storm that's going to be it's a complicated situation. We're it's a piece of energy that goes up into the Great Lakes and then transfers its energy to another low along the coast. Sometimes that transfer the modeling looks different times, But the net effect will be, I think snow, specially inland areas. Maybe more mix of the coast centered on Monday into Tuesday for us Jeff before that this but Mom Arctic blast. It's keeping real fields well below zero today. And we have some snow in the immediate future hugging the coast, and especially, the Cape could see 234 inches with repeated snow showers this afternoon with really slippery driving conditions under those will keep you up to date on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. We do, however, have the makings of a pretty decent looking sunrise. Here in Boston. It is nine degrees WBZ at 705 A M. 12 35 and 5:35 P.m. for Tomorrow's technology today, brought to you by Toyota Learn the latest news from leading Experts on cutting edge innovations Hybrid and safety technology. Toyota Good morning 6 26. So look at New England business. Now, it turns out the state's economy is doing much better compared to the nation as a whole. Local economists say Massachusetts gross domestic product.

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35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

"The day since her tragic death, But Christa McAuliffe facility Chur. What started as a soaring moment of hope ended in tragedy. 73 seconds after the Challenger took off on January, 28th 1986, killing seven astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first teacher in space. Born in Boston, a teacher and Concord, New Hampshire. Her legacy lives on at the Christa McAuliffe center at her alma mater, Framingham State. Irene Puro heads the McCall of center, but fundamentally, they think of message off. You know, you can do this. If I can fly to space. You can put your mind to what you really care about that you're passionate about and you can do it. Seven astronauts died that day. Your name's Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and she began her screen career with

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New England all will drive traffic on the threes and Kevin I'm wondering if people got caught off guard a little bit here. I think they did. I mean, a lot of area roadways air quite messy, right down a lot of secondary roadways as well with the snow coming down, you know, as soon as it hits the roadway, and as soon as the roadway gets enough moisture toe get wet on the roadways that turns right toe ice, And that seems to be the case in a lot of various especially out by 4 95 portions of the mass pike. From Framingham out towards all burn very slippery conditions out. There are jackpot right now. Is that route to corridor a sheet of ice out through the lemon store area? Three separate crashes. Narrow route 1 40 out in Westminster. Another crash out in that gardener stretched by route 68 portions of 1 90. You're not out of the woods either Got a car off the road by our Rat Street in Worcester. Downtown Worcester itself along to 90. And, of course, the second every roadways are going to be quite a challenge out there right now. So use lots of extra caution. If you are heading out on area roadways downtown Boston, the Snow's coming down doesn't seem to affect you too much but sterile. Dr. He's found still heavy brake lights here from massive getting into a crash inside the Copley Tunnel. Supported sponsored by Walgreens. Why Walgreens for your Medicare prescriptions, Convenient refill and pick up options. Expert pharmacists who know you and your medications and low cost co pays trust Walgreens for your Medicare prescriptions. Kevin Brennan. WBZ is traffic on the threes are Kevin. Thank you and joining us now live with more on the snow. It's meteorologist Bob Larson. It's awfully pretty when you're sitting inside.

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"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"framingham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Your plans include heading to or from Logan, still OK on the Mass pike between Framingham and Boston, Laurie granted a leave eases traffic on the three and now the WBC four day Acura. Other forecast and it is brought to you by the North Atlantic States Carpenters union as we go live to WBC AC you other Meteorologist in DeVore still have some influence from that storm offshore, and it will come in some Sprinkles and flurries. Coastal areas will see that a bit this morning. But does that thing pulls away? We'll see some brightening too. I think today in the sky is especially From the city. Inland. Temperatures will get up to a high near 40. But the wind will be pretty gusty is do we get to the afternoon? Especially in real feels mainly in the twenties, down to near 30 tonight with some clouds and then tomorrow, back up the 41 that cold, gusty breeze and some sunshine, keeping real fields again, twenties and thirties. Little chillier on the thermometer, but dry with some sunshine. Mid thirties. Friday, Saturday, then upper thirties Sunday, all the storms state or south after this one moves away, Finally to the East. Later today, I'm Anke Weather meteorologist in DeVore WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Partly cloudy skies 33 degrees in Boston. It is 5 55 on WBZ news radio. There's a reason the top builders in the North Atlantic states use union carpenters. Factor or three quality value and trust Bill your business with the North Atlantic States Carpenters Union visit nes RCC dot org's on the Ring Central News line. More and more people escaping the grips of cabin fever hitting the slopes right now, WBC's match here saying it was a welcome sight for ski resorts all across the state. If you're an avid skier.

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How Much Do Your Friends Affect Your Future?

No Stupid Questions

04:03 min | 2 years ago

How Much Do Your Friends Affect Your Future?

"Stephen. I have a question that was tweeted at us by at death by four. Is the correlation of your five closest friends. A real predictor of success. And where you're going in life. Oh a lake the question. I can see why you like the question to because i know that you care about in study friendship so to me there to central questions. We need to try to answer. Their one is whether there is a strong correlation between your friend group and your future and if so whether there's something about that friend group that significantly causes your future to change or whether you choose friends who will fit the future that you're planning yes. I think that we should get to cause -ality once we get beyond correlation. That's i think the most interesting this question because there is this expression. Look at your five closest friends. That's who you are. And that's you're going to be but this is saying but i've always been very suspicious about saying have you not well if i think of my closest friends whenever by. That's all i care about eighteen. I make the top twelve year number. One always okay. My other rents okay. First of all. They're a lot like me so my friends are all practically manic there so like they're all women they're all around my age. They're all around my educational demographic. I think it's interesting to observe that are closest friends are so much like us. Okay so if that observation is accurate. Let's say in the aggregate then. I would have to think that that's a strike against the argument. In the question. I would think it's more a byproduct of the fact that you choose people to be friends who were kind of moving in the direction that you're moving in. Yeah and it's often called him. Awfully bird's feather tend to flock together. And if that's really the heart of the correlation that because we're so similar we aggregate than that does argue against your friends having a causal effect on your outcome because that's not really what's going on but there is evidence and i'm sure you're familiar with by nicholas kristof focus. Who runs the human nature lab at yale. He's the co author of a book called connect the surprising power of our social networks. And how they shape our lives. He makes an argument that our social circles influence us greatly in terms of emotions and behaviors everything from health politics etcetera and his argument. Is that really what we think of as the individual is actually much more compounded result of the people that we know and listen to. So what do you think of that. Research and argument yeah. Nick is probably the most famous researcher on this idea that our social networks are not only reflection of ourselves but actually cause changes in ourselves and he has this data from the framingham heart. Study which by the way was about as it suggests heart health and cardiovascular disease and so forth but it's also been mined by researchers just because it was a really robust set of data. yes opportunistically. Yeah i believe framingham. Is this little town in massachusetts. And i think the interesting feature of the data set is that because it was in this one geographic location. The people in the data set happen to know each other. And you can map out. Who's friends with whom who's relatives of whom who's married to whom who's tutors. Three degrees of separation et cetera and when nick analyzed this one of the famous findings was the finding that obesity is contagious. In the sense that your weight and your weight change was predicted. Not only by the people you know but the more startling finding is it's not even necessarily the there in your direct circle but maybe the outer circle. Goodbye influence you. Stephen and you happen to know someone else. And i don't even have to know them but my politics or the way. I eat or anything else could go viral as it were in the same way that actual virus goes viral.

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Free Boston-area coronavirus testing sites are closing at week's end

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Free Boston-area coronavirus testing sites are closing at week's end

"Couple Couple of of free free state state sponsored sponsored testing testing sites sites and and framing framing hammer hammer scheduled scheduled to to close close the the drive. drive. Thru Thru side side of of TJX TJX companies companies headquarters headquarters on on Route Route 30 and walk Upside of the South Middlesex Opportunity Council on Bishop Street, will run through Friday. Released from Framingham officials didn't explain why the side food clothes though TJX's site has caused traffic issues, there's another side for casting Framingham State University's computer log on Franklin Street it open on Monday. That drive through scientists taking appointments on Lee with no health insurance required. Framingham Public health director telling the Metro West Daily News. They continued to explore more testing capacity locally. For

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Boston - Tunnel To Towers Foundation Pays Off Mortgage Of Fallen State Trooper Thomas Devlin

WBZ Midday News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Tunnel To Towers Foundation Pays Off Mortgage Of Fallen State Trooper Thomas Devlin

"State Trooper Thomas Devlin has been paid off by the tunnel of tunnel to Towers Foundation. WBZ TV Snick Giovanni has that It is a tangible reminder that we will never forget the incredible service of those that have fallen a burden lifted off the family of Trooper Thomas Devlin. Two years ago. He was seriously injured after being struck by a driver during a traffic stop. This past September after a long fight, he passed away from his injuries. Theo impact of lifting a financial burden from the Devlin family cannot be overstated. I'm sure that Tommy would be pleased as he looks down upon us today. The tunnel. The Tower's foundation works to pay off the mortgage is for families of first responders who have been killed in the line of duty. Incredibly thankful for what tunnel to towers is doing for our family. It's the only home our Children have ever known. Trooper Devlin's wife, Nancy, held back tears while thanking the foundation for making sure the family will be able to stay in their Framingham home, which meant so much to her late husband. Tommy used to come home from a really hard day at work. And say, You have no idea how much this house means to me. It's my place of love and peace. It's my sanctuary. Thank you for providing that for me for his four Children. It means so much more than the house alone. Our love for our home discos beyond the physical. How's the gesture means they get to keep memories of their dead alive for years to come. Every corner of it is filled with my dad. His spirit is very much still there. You can't can't go go go anywhere anywhere anywhere without without without seeing seeing seeing something something something that that that belonged belonged belonged to to to him him him or or or something something something that that that he he he loved. loved. loved. Trooper Trooper Trooper Devlin's Devlin's Devlin's mortgage mortgage mortgage will will will be be be part part part of of of the the the foundation's foundation's foundation's season season season of of of hope, hope, hope, where where where it it it will will will pay pay pay off off off or or or deliver 36 mortgage free homes. In the 36 days between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day again, that was

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How Will COVID-19 Affect Your Business Long Term?

The $100 MBA Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

How Will COVID-19 Affect Your Business Long Term?

"It's becoming clear that covid nineteen is not going anywhere anytime soon and the longer it's around the more our habits. We'll become permanent with social distancing with people more and more spending time online doing their shopping online with grocery shopping or clothing shopping with a traveling locally or even how they earn their money look at your own life and how it has changed already just the habits you have gone through and changed since this pandemic. This is in a become a part of our normal lifestyle. The longer this goes on, they say habits form after forty days and we're well past that point experts say that this will be the status quo well into twenty, twenty one and maybe twenty, twenty two when things will start to resume where we can get back on a plane and travel and social distancing would be eased and even those dates have been set to be hopeful. So here's what we know people are spending. More Time Online. So if your business is not optimized to be online, then you need to do this today. Most people that have a physical business should have an online presence. There should be a way for you to make money for you to charge for your products and services online whether it's the delivering meals or goods or products, or services number to those who were online right now you have up you ready have yourself there those who work on this strive and do well. Will really catapulted another level when this is all over. If you look at history if you look at the companies that survived World War Two companies still around that were started before World War Two and still are here it's because they are so much stronger because they've gone through that difficulty their competition died down many competitors actually get bought out by those who survive because they can get pennies on the dollar. So your job is to stay strong. During this pandemic to make sure you stay profitable you continue to grow even if it's a small amount of growth whether it's three percent four percent five percent month over month that still growth and still preparing yourself for extreme growth when this is all done and dusted when things start to get back to normal economy, start to revive, you will be in a state of advantage now I'm the first one. To say that we have not felt the global economic effect that Covid nineteen has had on the world yet there's going to be some serious economic change because people are losing their jobs. People are not able to pay their basic bills, not everybody of course, but this is becoming a snowball effect the more and more were in this situation and many governments around the world have been trying to help. And Supplement you know pay and people's livelihoods, but that can't go on forever. So people's disposable income is becoming less and less, and this is where free medium is gonNA shine. If you want to prepare to be a monster and grow after this pandemic, you've got to start investing in Framingham, which means you need to have some sort of free level free samples, free thing of your product or service. Why because you're going to attract people that may not be able to afford your products and services right now or your software, for example, but they will adopt to your way of doing business if your product your service and you'll have them because are using you for free may be limited capacity but when the economy turns around when they have more disposable income when the ready reinvest in themselves in their business, your top of mind you've got them, they're not shopping around the ready to upgrade

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Woman Rescued By Neighbors After Tree Falls On Framingham Home, West Of Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Woman Rescued By Neighbors After Tree Falls On Framingham Home, West Of Boston

"And Framingham is lucky to be alive, a tree toppled on her home, trapping her inside for a time. This happened Sunday morning on Rock Ridge Road. Neighbors telling W. B Z T V. They ran to the house after hearing a loud crash. One neighbor said it sounded like a train was roaring through the home. Some neighbors. Good neighbors were able to get that woman out through the window. They open the window. They got the woman out. She's OK. The house is not Apparently on inhabitable.

Boston Woman Rescued By Neighbors After Tree Falls On Framingham Home

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Woman Rescued By Neighbors After Tree Falls On Framingham Home

"In Framingham, is lucky to be alive after a tree topples onto her home, trapping her inside. This happened Sunday morning on Ridge Road, Well, neighbors telling WNBC TV. They ran to the house after hearing a loud crash when neighbors said it sounded like a train was roaring through. Some neighbors were able to open the window and get the woman out. Talk about nice neighbors. She is OK. The house is not now considered on in habitable.

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School bus driver inspired by kids to go back to school himself

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

School bus driver inspired by kids to go back to school himself

"Than the Metro was school bus drivers going back to college himself, pursuing his own dream of becoming a high school teacher, W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. It's all thanks to some of the kids on his bus. Framingham School bus driver Clayton Ward loves history. The 30 year old went to college right after high school to become a history teacher, but ended up dropping out for the last few years. He's been helping some of the students on his bus with Her history lessons, encouraging them to view major events through the eyes of those who experienced them. The kids tell Ward they wish he was their teacher working with the kids really made me want to go back to school, expand their minds in the world of history is not always the best subject can be boring. At times. I want to try to not make it as Dole for them. The kids were really the big inspiration could give me the kick in the butt. You go back to school board has just completed his associates degree at Mass Bay Community College and will be transferring to Framingham State in the fall to get his bachelors

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Changes in thinking about blood pressure

Second Opinion

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Changes in thinking about blood pressure

"Or high blood pressure is a common condition. It's the most common reason that adults visit their doctor's office. There is considerable debate about what constitutes normal blood pressure, and depending on whose data is cited roughly half the people with high blood pressure. Do not have adequate blood pressure control, but in part this is because in 2017, the American Heart Association lowered the threshold for. For what defines hypertension from one forty over ninety to one thirty over eighty before the new definition, thirty percent of Americans had high blood pressure after the new definition, the number jumped to forty six percent, the same population of people, just a new definition of what constitutes the disease. This is an additional thirty. One Million Americans labeled as diseased for a total of one hundred and three million Americans with high blood pressure. It used to be that the ideal blood pressure was simply the average of all adult blood pressure's, but then came autopsy studies of soldiers who died in the Korean War those revealed that about two-thirds of these young Americans already had early signs of heart disease. Then the Framingham study revealed that there was an association between elevated blood pressure and heart disease, and then came studies showing that if you lowered blood pressure, you also lowered the risk of heart disease, and that sort of where we are today. Hypertension is more common in older people compare to younger people, which brings me to an interesting article published in Jama. The so-called optimize study included only people older than eighty who were being treated for high blood pressure with at least two different medications. We know that older people who take more than one blood, pressure, medicine, or prone to dizziness and falls and other side effects, so do these people really need this cocktail of different high blood pressure pills, so these researchers asked when people stopped taking one blood pressure medicine did they have dangerous increases in blood pressure? Half of the group had one medication de prescribed in other words discontinued the other continued on with their usual medications. They were followed for about three months for those who had one medication stopped. It turned out that eighty six percent of the patients blood pressure remained under control now in contrast, eighty eight percent of people who had no changes made to their blood pressure also had their blood pressure under control, so there really was no difference between the two groups. The study lasted only three months, which is too short to see if the changes in the drugs had any impact on the length of life or the quality of life, but reducing unnecessary, second or third blood pressure medications may both decrease dangerous side effects, which can lead to decrease, falls and fractures and head injuries and reduce the cost of medications for the elderly.

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In Greater Boston, Framingham Students Call For Removal Of School Resource Officers

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

In Greater Boston, Framingham Students Call For Removal Of School Resource Officers

"One there now discussions being had as well about school resource officers and are they necessary at Framingham high school students are asking those questions in summer now making demands and it's not just students see their parents are teaming up with a group called framing him families for racial equality in education they're calling for the removal of school resource officers and one funding for them spent

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L Brands Up 11.5% despite looming store closures

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

L Brands Up 11.5% despite looming store closures

"And some retailers are among the best performers in the S. and P. five hundred today L. brands for one of eleven and a half percent is Victoria's secret brand will close two hundred fifty one stores in North America at the end of the year or roughly twenty three percent of its store fleet and Framingham based TJX is another it's up seven point six percent of Framingham Massachusetts reported a first quarter loss it was wider than analysts were looking for due in part to store closures during the Copa nineteen pandemic but he did say it sees very strong initial sales over all its stores that have since been

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Frustrations Simmer After Delays on Boston Commuter Rail, Red Line

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Frustrations Simmer After Delays on Boston Commuter Rail, Red Line

"Sorry to the tracks on the commuter rail line residual delays go on along the Framingham line after a disabled train had to be pushed off the tracks I spoke this morning with Boston mayor Marty Walsh and asked the mayor about yet another morning of MBTA struggles for riders American force at this point right now and what we're going to continue to put pressure on the MBTA's best possible you know they there's instructions being made and it's gonna it's unfortunate going to take time to move forward it's not what people want to hear it but I can't say to people that it can be fixed overnight with snap the fingers the Orange Line is back on track this hour after an earlier broken down train they are and again a disabled train clearing on the red line at Andrew

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United States Conference of Mayors brings together bipartisan leaders in DC

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

United States Conference of Mayors brings together bipartisan leaders in DC

"Hundreds of US mayors are gathered in Washington for the US conference of mayors annual winter meetings the mayors are discussing the state of cities and focus on national priorities Framingham's a smaller city that most the mayor of on Spicer who's attending the conference tells me all city faced in which challenges no matter the size number of may is reached out to me last week when we had a shooting episode in in Framingham and unfortunately you know one of the first on homicides we've had all in over five years and but being able to get some support from other mayors that have experience with similar situation whether they're in small towns or they're in bigger cities too so I see there is no issue that transcends one location conference wraps up on

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No Bail For Man Charged With Killing Father, Son In Framingham

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

No Bail For Man Charged With Killing Father, Son In Framingham

"Also today arraignment for the man accused of shooting a father and son in Framingham WBZ TV is Michelle Fisher was there a new day Delgado tore as will remain in custody a judge deciding today he'll be held without bail rallies alleged il gato tore as is responsible for killing forty five year old James Manny wait it is twenty four year old son James wait investigators say both were shot dead Friday night on second street and beaver circle terrace a parking lot that's known to police for drug activity investigators are concerned with how the violence but innocent neighbors at risk damage was left behind when a stray bullet shot into a nearby apartment for two children were sleeping now at the arraignment today Delgado Taurus pleading not guilty to the charges against him as Attorney arguing there was no probable

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