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"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very difficult to see that quite successfully on Memorial Day a time when we honor remember to pray for men and women in our armed forces that paid the supreme sacrifice for our country a Memorial Day ceremony was planned there for tomorrow it will still go ahead as planned with some temporary fixes in place a proposed bill at the statehouse would require companies to refund parents for school trips cancelled during the pandemic the bill will be the subject of a virtual public hearing before the consumer protection and professional licensure committee on Wednesday the corona virus denied a brother and sister from Braintree their tradition of honoring fallen U. S. military members by planting American flags on Boston common but to me at all okay Annaly Sullivan of Braintree are doing the next best thing this Memorial Day weekend sends Wednesday they've offered to plant flags in front of people's homes to raise money for corona virus first responders they've been joined by their friend Josephine Whitney and at last count they've raised around two thousand dollars things slowly returning to normal Saint John the evangelist church in Winthrop is among the first places that it or is among places that's holding their first Sunday service since the pandemic began this parishioner was happy it was very well I did I wouldn't that WBZ's Kevin Coleman was at services in downtown Brockton today never in my life in fifty years of pastoring thanks to a group of people with.

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"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of them testing positive for coke nineteen Memorial Day ceremonies are largely happening virtually this year with several military military organizations stepping in to help ABC's Stephanie Ramos has more just outside the nation's capital Arlington National Cemetery open only to family pass holders offering a virtual tour online USA eight a financial services company serving military members and their families teaming up with Snapchat users of the app can experience the annual poppy wall of honor on the national mall in Washington DC there will be a virtual Memorial Day ceremony with speakers and musical performances performers from across the Commonwealth along with remarks by a governor Charlie Baker and lieutenant governor Karyn Polito one tradition put on hold this year the placing of flags on Boston common this week on the Commons usually decorated with over thirty seven thousand miniature flags representing every Massachusetts soldier who's died in the line of duty since the revolutionary war and a brother and sister from Braintree who were supposed to plant flags on the common are instead offering to put flags in front of people's homes homes to raise money for frontline workers Timmy and Emily Sullivan along with their friend Josephine Whitney started on Wednesday and so far they've raised over two thousand dollars backlash after the Providence behavioral health hospital in Holyoke moves to shut down part of their facility WBZ Sansa as well the psychiatric hospital part of Trinity health of New England is getting rid of seventy four psychiatric beds forty percent of.

In Greater Boston, Braintree Siblings Raise Money For First-Responders By Planting Memorial Day Flags

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

In Greater Boston, Braintree Siblings Raise Money For First-Responders By Planting Memorial Day Flags

"The coronavirus denied a brother and sister from Braintree their chance to honor fallen U. S. military members by planting American flags on Boston common but to me and I'm Emily Sullivan of Braintree are doing the next best thing on this Memorial Day weekend since Wednesday they've offered to plant flags in front of homes to raise money for corona virus first responders they've been joined by their friend Josephine Whitney and at last count they raised around two thousand

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"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Holyoke soldiers home eighty nine residents have now died seventy seven of them testing positive for Copa nineteen Memorial Day ceremonies are largely happening virtually this year with several military organizations stepping in to help ABC's Stephanie Ramos has more just outside the nation's capital Arlington National Cemetery open only to family pass holders but offering a virtual tour online USA eight a financial services company serving military members and their families teaming up with Snapchat users of the app can experience the annual poppy wall of honor on the national mall in Washington DC there will be a virtual Memorial Day ceremony for Massachusetts the speakers and musical performers along with remarks by the governor and lieutenant governor held tomorrow one tradition put on hold this year the placing of flags on Boston common this weekend the common is usually decorated with more than thirty seven thousand miniature flags representing every Massachusetts soldier who died in the line of duty since the revolutionary war news and a brother and sister from Braintree who are supposed to help with the planting of flags on the common are instead offering to put flags in front of people's homes to raise money for front line workers Timmy and alum Emily Sullivan along with friend Josephine Whitney started on Wednesday and so far they've raised over two thousand dollars backlash after the Providence behavioral health hospital in Holyoke moves to shut down part of their facility WBZ sense also reports the psychiatric hospital part of Trinity health of New England is getting rid of seventy four psychiatric beds forty percent of the region's adult inpatient beds and one hundred percent of pediatric beds calls itself health care but that's not what they stand for Trinity stands for three words greed greed and more free standing behind a sign that read Trinity has no mercy Donna stern with the mass nurses association said at a news conference there's only one reason they're shutting down because mental health does not make money stern called on governor Baker to step in governor could step in at any point and put a moratorium on any closures in the state of Massachusetts I reached out to the hospital but haven't yet gotten their statement Suzanne's Ausubel WBZ Boston news radio it's three thirty seven Cambridge savings bank committed to helping customers strengthen their financial well being we go now to Bloomberg business seafood companies big and small are struggling because demand from restaurants is so low during the pandemic from fish farmers to distributors on down to individual fishermen on docks from California to Maine direct to consumer models have filled the gap and created a new Avenue to income anyone looking to buy fish can now go online in the beginning we don't know if this is going to make sense financially we've kept pretty rock bottom prices Nick G. a colonia owns fisherman's wharf in Gloucester Massachusetts he says that while he still has a healthy wholesale business selling to grocery stores direct to consumer sales are now five to ten percent of his business I'm hoping it can build up even more that would be awesome but if it doesn't we keep the wholesale business going and keep this retail business going and hopefully there are everybody continues to support and support their local fishermen the main concern is how to get local seafood to consumers quickly which has required rebuilding supply chains on the fly M. and must you Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio sports in three minutes liberty mutual insurance company helps you customize your home insurance so you only pay for what you need unlike things get paid for it didn't need like the back NATO two thousand a wifi connected backing up loads destiny dated in the cloud for.

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their part to remember and honor fallen soldiers during this long Memorial Day weekend Timmy and Emily Sullivan we're supposed to plant flags on the Boston common this year but with the corona virus pandemic that was canceled that annual event so the siblings along with friends Josephine Whitney instead are offering to plant flags in front other P. other people's homes to raise money for frontline workers and they start to Wednesday and so far they've already raised thousands of dollars most would agree that shutting down parts of hospitals during the pandemic is not a good idea but as we hear now from WBZ Suzanne cells cells bell he tells us that's exactly what's happening at Providence behavioral health hospital in Holyoke a psychiatric hospital part of Trinity health of New England is getting rid of seventy four psychiatric beds forty percent of the region's adult inpatient beds and one hundred percent of pediatric beds calls itself health care but that's not what they stand for Trinity stands for three words greed greed and more free standing behind a sign that read Trinity has no mercy Donna stern with the mass nurses association said at a news conference there's only one reason they're shutting down because of mental health does not make money stern called on governor Baker to step in governor could step in at any point and put a moratorium on any closures in the state of Massachusetts I reached out to the hospital but haven't yet gotten their statement Suzanne's Ausubel WBZ Boston news radio long term care facilities have been hit especially hard by corona virus and a testing goal appears to be unmet in many states on may eleventh the White House urged governors to make sure every nursing home resident and staff member in their state will get a call that nineteen test within two weeks that deadline is Monday in the Associated Press found that only a handful of states are in position to meet it some states say it's too big of an undertaking in such a short time Alabama state health officer said would mean fifty thousand test in two weeks and it took three months to test a hundred fifty thousand people the branch is top medical offices will be fairly useless unless people were tested daily West Virginia and Rhode Island are among the states to say they've met the goal Brian Clark ABC news as school switch to virtual classes these days at least ten thousand Boston public school students have reportedly not logged into class this month the globe reporting there is a lot of concern now that one in five Boston public school children risk being virtual dropouts these numbers are coming from the city of Boston which show that over twenty percent of the district's students have not logged on to any of the main school sites however this may not paint the entire picture as some schools are using their own separate internet domains those may not be tracked by the school district the school district has now also set up an information hotline available into ten languages the families can call with any questions and concerns although many have said it has helped they also say this is long overdue it's a one thirty eight over now to Bloomberg business study of jumping up and down and body slamming concert goers may be honking the horn said flashing the lights thank you so much and god bless the drive is because social distancing drive through concerts are taking off Michael Rapino CEO of live nation there's lots of great opportunities that are arising now where we will get to test over the summer period one of the things live nation is testing after first quarter concert sales plunged twenty five percent drive in life with tickets charged per car up to five people for vehicle listing in their cars we can make the math work there a lot of work great artists that maybe they can tell the Reno but they'll do ten higher and smaller theaters or clubs others are dancing to a similar tunes Keith urban performed for medical workers at the Stardust drive international and companies are staging drive in concerts in Australia Europe in the parking lot of the Texas Rangers stadium I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg distant sun WBZ Boston news radio eight one thirty nine sports coming up for you in just three minutes stay close we're right window in our windows sounds like this that big window company rhymes with Anderson their windows sounds like this yeah we sound pretty much the same right window and there's both energy star certified both windows have great insulation ratings we have a better warranty than there is but Hey who's keeping score now the biggest difference between right window and those guys is the price if you're replacing every window in your house they are literally thousands of dollars more I I'm not I'm not kidding home my gosh let's do this again right windows price sounds about right their price sounds crazy if you don't believe it have us both over although maybe not at the same time don't want.

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"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"josephine whitney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Peter fall Sunday afternoon fifty eight degrees right now sunshine galore a lot of breezy ness as well very windy today in Boston at twelve thirty good afternoon to you M. TV gal here's what's happening slowly returning to normal some houses of worship are starting to open their doors WBZ's Kevin Coleman joins us now live from a church in downtown Brockton and Kevin is everyone keeping their social distance right now they are Tina as the Brockton assembly of god was finally able to have people back inside for service this morning as people sang along with the choir with a mascot the state's guidelines require that churches can only operate at forty percent right now so inside the church pews were blocked off for social distancing and in between the nine AM eleven AM service a team swept through the church sanitizing everything from the pews to the bathrooms in Brockton Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio thank you Kevin twelve thirty one some states that are re opening from there coronavirus lockdown some are seeing a spike in cases and one of the trump administration's medical experts is responding here's more from ABC's mark rebel ours taking steps to reopen North Carolina has reported its highest number of covert nineteen cases Arkansas has seen flare ups and Minnesota is near capacity and its icy use Dr Deborah Burke's coordinator for the White House coronavirus task force says some of that increase is due to more testing in areas where we know are the highest risk whether it's nursing homes whether it's areas where people work and sleep and stay together she says though that as states reopen the need for people to remain socially distance to wash their hands and wear masks is as important as ever Markram alarm ABC news many stories are emerging about honor and service during this Memorial Day weekend a Los Angeles joy Benedict of KCBS TV reports on how local gold star mother is honoring her son there was a gentle breeze that wave the red white and blue but the comment the Los Angeles national cemetery was a little unsettling it's a little bit more lonely this year Gail Johnson has been here every year on this day for more than a decade he was out there you know kicking down the doors and finding finding bad guys and that's that's what happened when he was killed her son was killed in Iraq on may twenty third two thousand and seven as a parent you know the most joyful thing you can hear I think is the laughter of your children and probably the coolest thing is that knock on the door and tomorrow here in Massachusetts there will be a virtual Memorial Day ceremony with speakers and musical performers from all across the Commonwealth along with remarks by governor Charlie Baker and lieutenant governor Karyn Polito the corona virus has denied a brother and sister from Braintree to honor fallen U. S. military members by planting American flags on Boston common this year but Timmy and Emily Sullivan of Braintree are doing the next best thing on this Memorial Day weekend send the Wednesday Dave offered to plant flags in front of homes to raise money for corona virus first responders they've been joined by their friend Josephine Whitney at last count they have now raised around two thousand dollars coming up in just a few minutes.

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