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Boston mayor, YMCA give out free turkeys for Thanksgiving

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Boston mayor, YMCA give out free turkeys for Thanksgiving

"Were free Turkey's on the menu yesterday in Boston. WBC's Matt Shearer at a local Y M c A. For the giveaway. A lady A Web from Dorchester was star struck to see Mayor Marty Walsh in her neighborhood. Oh, my God was like, Whoa, Hey, man, e Got a picture with him. Yeah, I like you a superstar. Now he was here at the Dorchester Y M C. A handing out uncooked Thanksgiving feast. This an annual tradition we usually do, but it means a lot more this year because The pandemic and because of the people just really, really struggling. The mayor has stressed that people shouldn't be hosting big turkey day dinners with large groups. But he's not worried about sending a mixed message here. These folks that are getting food here today don't have a party's. These are not the people that the spreads happening with ease of families that are just trying to keep their feed their kids and the lady has just grateful to have something to cook for her 92 year old man to love Yeah, and boss these days strong Basheer WBZ Boston's news radio,

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Fresh "Marty Walsh" from WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 min | 32 min ago

Fresh "Marty Walsh" from WBZ Afternoon News

"Only offer ends 11 28 while supplies last safe, big at Staples miking WBC's traffic on the threes and for the rest of the night. We'll have a couple clouds out there from time to time. It's gonna be a little bit chilly out there again tonight might want to hike up the heat before you go to bed. We've got a low tonight. North and west of Boston in the lower twenties, about 27 or so in the city, very brisk out there. We've got a brace right now in the city coming from the west at 12 Miles an hour for tomorrow, the brief sticks around and we will warm up in the afternoon. Some clouds out there with a high near 50. But then the rain moves in late tomorrow night sticks around through the overnight and Thanksgiving day, We will have periods of rain. Lots of clouds when it's not raining behind your 55. Good news, though you're on vacation for the rest of the week. You've got plenty of time to get outside on Friday. Sun and clouds Beautiful day. Breezy mile behind your 60 Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. It is 38 degrees right now. In Boston. Clear skies in the city at 6 45. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. And here the five things you need to know. Public health officials tonight confirming 2225 new cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts is a 20 more people have died. And Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says a cove in 19 vaccine could be ready for distribution by December. 10th often, mayor Marty Walsh says right now the hub's not considering a stop on indoor dining. The urges people to stick with their safety precautions. State police say they're on the lookout.

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Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving

WBZ Morning News

02:40 min | 2 d ago

Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving

"Still line of cars stretched down Pauline Street and wrapped around the corner summer getting tested before seeing FAM. Leave this Thanksgiving. I'm personally gonna be traveling and just staying with my immediate family. But we all want to be safe while others are looking for some peace of mind. I was in contact with someone who tested so I just want to be safe. It seems like the holidays coupled with the rising number of coronavirus cases or motivating people to get tested. Even know Thanksgiving is a time to be surrounded by friends and family. Governor Baker is really urging people to lay low and on Lee spend time with those in your immediate household. It's WBZ TV Is Tiffany Chan reporting positive cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts. Yesterday's numbers, registering the second highest total since the pandemic began 2991 cases It's just 2.7%, though of the 109,000 tests. That were conducted patients being treated in intensive care continuing to climb 187 patients in ICU statewide this morning just one month ago, that number was just 103. The search continues for the suspect, who shot a Massachusetts state trooper during a traffic stop on Cape Cod on Friday night that trooper suffering a serious wound to his right hand and is being treated at mass general. Police have not yet identified that trooper who works out of the ER meth barracks busy morning yesterday for the mayor of Boston in Dorchester, helping out those in need. Here's WBC's Matt Sure, James Morton, president of the Y M. C. A of Greater Boston is standing next to hundreds of stop and shop bags full of uncooked Thanksgiving feast feast to to go. go. This This is is the the most most beautiful beautiful morning morning we've we've had had in in five five years. years. But But it's it's also also the the most most important important time time that that we've we've been been doing doing this this work. work. One One of of the the volunteers volunteers distributing distributing donations donations is none other than Mayor Marty Walsh himself were just talking about the increase in need. I think it's like four or five times what it was this time last year, so they need is certainly greater for Dewan Olson Cook who lives down the block. This is my first time because I'm out of work because of Colin amount of work, But James knows that tough times Don't last, and what we do now will determine how we come out on the other side, Covert 19. Is behind us. We'll all be stronger because of what we're doing today in

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Fresh update on "marty walsh" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:15 sec | 32 min ago

Fresh update on "marty walsh" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"10th often, mayor Marty Walsh says right now the hub's not considering a stop on indoor dining. The urges people to stick with their safety precautions. State police say they're on the lookout for Andre Sterling. He is the suspect in the shooting of a state police trooper in high Enis back on Friday night. Now it's 6 46 Today In Delaware President elect Joe Biden officially introduced his selections for his national security team. Many of them are Washington veterans, all foreign policy and national security experts. They also all have ties to former President Barack Obama's administration. I hope these outstanding nominees received a prompt, eerie and that we can work across the aisle in good faith to move forward for the country. CBS political analyst Leonard Stein Hornet's more on today's announcement with his.

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US COVID-19 surge triggers flurry of new response steps

Ron St. Pierre

02:35 min | 6 d ago

US COVID-19 surge triggers flurry of new response steps

"As the number of cases of Covad spikes officials are taking steps to slow down the spread. Here's our 24 7 reporter Michael Bauer with the latest morning, Michael Good morning, and those warnings are coming now from not just hospitals that are indicating that there are doctors treating a deluge of new patients that they're breaking the reaching a breaking point, leading to dire warnings about full hospitals, exhausted healthcare workers potential lockdowns that may be coming from the hospital because they just can't handle or deal with the cases that are coming in, and the White House coronavirus task force bluntly stating And its latest report that there is now aggressive, unrelenting, expanding broad community spread across the country, reaching most counties without evidence of improvement, but rather further deterioration. And a lot of people are saying dog. Yeah, that's that's you don't just end up with, you know, getting 300 days to go from 0 to 10 million covert infections and then one week to add an additional million cases. We are seeing an unprecedented spread right now happening in the country all across all 50 states, including Washington, D. C. The U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam all over the past 14 days and the average daily number of patients dying. This is how this there's a lag in all of this, Ron, you go from infections. Two hospitalizations to death numbers on the rise in the daily and number of patients dying of covert in the U. S. Has reached a level not seen since the outbreak surged during the summer, and there's a concern. That's going to get worse as well. So we're in the thick of it. We're in the midst of it right now. And you're seeing local governments Cities. You're seeing ST Louis and Chicago imposing stricter limits on gatherings in Boston, a Thanksgiving meal that would be routine any other year now may result in a 911 call or a fine, according to Boston's mayor, Marty Walsh, now no indication how he's going to enforce that per se, But he also added a clear message to college students. If you're gonna go home for Thanksgiving Don't plan on coming back to Boston this semester. You should do the rest of your learning remotely. That's where the level of concern is there for spread. And in Cleveland, there were so many new infections reported over the weekend. That city workers could not even get them all counted in time for their Monday morning briefing, So you're seeing that cities are starting to take effect. They're creating their own world within the states, which are also creating their own worlds where you're seeing places like Iowa who once dismissed mask mandates as feel good measures. They've issued limited orders this week for mass mandates, and that's the bigger picture. The states and local governments are handling what the general and federal government right now has been unable to handle. While Michael Bomber with some staggering numbers, Michael, thanks for the update. You gotta stay safe from

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh among potential picks for Joe Biden's cabinet

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh among potential picks for Joe Biden's cabinet

"Local name is potentially in the mix. Mayor Marty Walsh in Boston on double the busiest night side with Dan right on his name being floated by McConnell. Harris have a lot of work to do during the transition to build the government. Mayor. Walsh was asked last night if he would have an interest in joining the new administration. If the opportunity arises, he said, his focus is keeping Boston front and center saying, Look forward to working with abiding Paris administration to move Boston forward and move American cities forward. He didn't give a definitive yes or no. And these are the only questions Mayor Walsh is facing. He has yet to announce his campaign for mayor next year. He's facing a formidable challenger and fellow Democrat City Councilor Michelle Woo. For now, he's taking the Biden administration. Fox as a compliment. We'll see what happens, but it's an honor to be mentioned in these conversations. Jim McKay W. B C. Boston's news radio some developments today a flurry

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Boston Mayor Says Every Vote Needs to Be Counted

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston Mayor Says Every Vote Needs to Be Counted

"Count. The race to 270 electoral votes will start here in Massachusetts, where earlier today Boston Mayor Marty Walsh originally was holding a news conference to talk about Kobe. But W B Z Suzanne Sauce ville reports, much of the focus was on the election. Many of us are feeling anxious about not knowing yet who won the prize. Potentially election. But how does Mayor Walsh feel I feel good today. I feel really good, he says. We'll know soon enough who one we have to be patient and we have to respect the democratic process. We have to respect the fact that people took time and care to vote and we have to let the election workers do their jobs and count these votes all across election departments in this country. The mayor realizes people wanna have their voices heard, But he's not concerned about violence and Boston, saying the city has proven we can demonstrate peacefully. But he says the election does send a clear message. It just shows you how divided our country as you know, after this election, regardless who wins we have work to do at City

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Walsh: Voter Intimidation Won't Be Tolerated In Boston

WBZ Overnight News

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Walsh: Voter Intimidation Won't Be Tolerated In Boston

"Boston Mayor Marty Walsh urges voters to be patient at the Poles and wear a face mask. As with every election, a police officer will be stationed at every publication inside. Police in the Protect the ability of residents to exercise their right. We are monitoring conversations across the country about potential voter intimidation at polls. We do not have any information here about any threats in Boston, but I want to make it clear that voter intimidation Is against the law, and it won't be

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Boston mayor provides update on election preparations

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston mayor provides update on election preparations

"Walsh with an update on how the city is preparing for the election. Here's Devil. BBC's Madison Roger some boarded up Windows downtown. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city is prepared for possible unrest tomorrow, but they aren't anticipating it. As with every election, a police officer will be stationed at every publication. Inside. We are monitoring conversations across the country about potential voter intimidate. Patient at polls. We do not have any information here about any threats in Boston Mayor Walsh reminding residents that Boston will count mail in ballots that arrived through Friday, so people should be prepared. If the results aren't clear by tomorrow night. That does not mean that the voting process is broken. No compromise compromise in in any any way. way. This This is is normal normal in in this this particular particular year year with with the the number number of of seems seems like like we're we're gonna gonna be be setting setting a a record record in in the the country country for for turnout turnout for for a a national national election, election, and and the the latest latest

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‘Critical Time In This Pandemic’: Walsh Says Every Boston Resident Should Be Tested

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

‘Critical Time In This Pandemic’: Walsh Says Every Boston Resident Should Be Tested

"In Boston. Pretty stern message from Mayor Marty Walsh about the virus mayor Body Wash. Is urging everyone who lives or works in Boston to get tested for the Corona virus, the mayor calling on businesses to join his get the test initiative. There is offering city employees one paid our every 14 days to get tested during normal work hours, and he's encouraging employers in Boston to join his get the test initiative. Do you have to do is encourage your employees to get tested. Provide them with the information about how and where to get tested. You can also consider giving your employees paid time off or other forms of flexible time to get tested during work hours. I'm asking every employer in the city to take this pledge. Walsh says Boston's positive test rate has increased steadily for the past five weeks, and the city is now entering a critical time in the pandemic testing, he says, will save lives.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:25 min | Last month

"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Make a complaint they can, and then they could track that complaints in real time. On the dashboard they're gonNA give it a number. To make sure that there's always going to be doing owner this that people will actually get a chance to look at all these cases. There are a lot of reforms they're You've set a hundred eighty daytime line. What is the most important thing in your mind to get done I. I don't think there's any per se one input thing. But if I had to pick one important thing, it really is the office of Police Accountability and transparency That's the the office that really is been a consistent ask for a long time here we did have to call up. The call for didn't The function was twenty percent of internal kit if cases by really did get to the heart of people concerned about. The other pieces of this it's all one big piece so you can't just do one and not doing that so i. was kind of transparency. The biggest change that we're GONNA have here in Boston. All right. As we as we close I wanted to ask you I voted early at my local polling station on Saturday. Have you voted yet in what is your method of choice this year? If I change my mind. So many times in the fine right voted by mail and and it was great I nail my ballot and and and was in there and you can track it in and it worked out really well on election day I can on going to the polls on election day I this time I might you? Might feel about bill but I've gone back and forth I kinda I like I'm I'm kind of the traditionalist I'd like to go and vote on. Election Day. But I m encouraging people whatever you. Whatever you mean to voting as you still have time to get your mail in ballot DC. If you've nailed them to show you about this, you can track about online and just I'm just asking on make sure you go out and vote on Tuesday You know you could voted City Hall and you can vote in different locations you can vote by. Mail, but make sure everyone gets a chance to vote your voices important. This election is about the future of our country. This is the most there's no question about it. This is the most important election in the history of the United States of America we have been so after three and a half years where we need to go to very places. That is Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and our Mondays with the mayor. Thank you so much for taking the time out for us today. Thank you. It was thanks for being here God..

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"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:18 min | Last month

"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Actually might be two days in number by the seeing or in hundred something range of the day. Now, for the last couple of days that's the highest we've seen since around June So certainly you know I probably already is making residents are safe and how big The experts have said that we would see a potentially an uptick in the month of October November and December and they also has mentioned that it isn't coming upon all of us that we could actually keep those numbers down by wearing masks and making sure that we do everything we can social distancing avoiding black gatherings I'm also encouraging people to things tonight today to get tested I think it's really important having accurate number of tests you're in the city of Boston. So we get an accurate account with the number really right now six point two percent. In the second piece is down suggesting the people to get your flu shot. Because as we head into this month of September October November area that you know the people are GonNa, get any the colds flu. It'll be confusing want to try and cut down on learn through visits if at all possible. At waas colors already. So let's go to the phones eight, hundred, four, two, three, eight, two, five, five. We've got a leash on the line from Roslindale. Alicia, you're on with Mayor Marty Walsh. Thank you for taking my call. I'm curious about faulk in public schools I know last week you announced that schools would remain closed until the infection rate dropped below five percent I haven't seen the city or your administration making any announcements about reverting to a previous phase in order to lower the case rate and get our kids back to school. So we must be because that and draw up here. I'm sorry. so you haven't seen something. Sorry. Well. I'm curious to know and You said the schools would not reopen until The case rate dropped below five percent yet I haven't seen the administration's the city taking steps to revert to a previous phase in order to lower the case rate so that kids can go back to school. So I'm.

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Boston Mayor: the last 10 days

Radio Boston

06:03 min | Last month

Boston Mayor: the last 10 days

"Anna during his a very busy time to be the mayor of Boston but he is taking time out for us anyway in our monthly Mondays with Mayor Marty Walsh. So welcoming back to the show Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Hello. Thank you very much great to be with you today. Great to have you, I don't WanNa paint this picture mayor Walsh because I was thinking about your last ten days or so a ballot box set on fire daily state. Corona virus cases about a thousand people in person learning shut down the schools the chair, the Boston School Committee resigns even as they make historic move to suspend the entrance exam, the exam schools state lifts the Eviction Moratorium three major holidays ahead it is a massive task to be the mayor of Boston right now how are you doing? We have little election week from Tuesday. Oh yeah that. It's Boston's a great city and I love being there. Obviously every day there's new challenges that are in front of, US diesel jobs, very extraordinary times that will. It's important for all of us understand that you know we will get to all of these things You know it's complicated. I was saying the other day my chief staff that you know there just doesn't seem to be any reprieve at all You know the other night school committee meeting there was historic vote lots of conversation lots of emotion around in the to end the way it was unfortunate. But but you know hopefully after next Tuesday you know you know corona virus and talk has been country for everyone. So after next Tuesday, we'll see what happens but I'm hoping for a certain outcome and that election I think a lot of people who are listening to this radio show hoping for the same outcome I I'm hoping for and you know in this country a lot of. And and right now we have to get through it and You didn't mention but the racial unrest as well. The stomach racism all of that stuff is front and center, and it's important for us to continue to move forward one of the other to get to this time. So you just talked about the election. Let's stay there for a minute. police have made an arrest in the case of the ballots that were set on fire and dropbox and Copley. Square yesterday are you concerned about more cases every election related violence or tampering or vandalism, and how are you preparing the city for that? But. You know I'm hoping that we don't have you violence at. A lot of it's going to be What happens in the election I think that you know you have one candidate in the president. Has undertone of creating. Okaying violence, it's not going to be tolerated here in the city of Boston on the police department has. Is, an has increased patrols in areas where election ballot boxes are located but also preparing for Election Day to make sure that we have I don't think it's going to happen here border intimidatation I. Don't think we'll sit here in Boston but you never know around the country I. Think you'll see different pieces of. What as far as the ballot box fan I wanNA. Thank the Boston Police Department for this action and our alliance. Partners and members of the community played a role to arrest suspects. In copy? Square. For the ballot box incident this was an isolated incident and so we're going to be making sure that we've asked the district attorney to investigate it to its fullest extent. A number one priority certainly making sure that the integrity of the elections are upheld and I wanNA thank all the partners and I think as we continue to before I do not feel I think that hopefully this is an isolated incident and I think it might be but we are going to continue. We have the boxes monitored under surveillance cameras and we're going to be increasing our security. So people feel free to devote and we want everyone to vote. So you know if you if you haven't early vote out and you want to use these boxes in the primary had a couple of places we have seventeen right now in in the final. So we want you to use box. Want you to make sure that you know you do you early vote. Get get all that if you can because the more people vote now on the less lines will have on election day. We talked a minute ago about some of these challenges with the corona virus. The city now has an average positive test rate above six percent according to the city's latest analysis of neighborhood testing data I wanted to ask you. So we've been hearing public health officials for awhile anticipate some kind of surge in the fall and I wondered are the numbers that we're actually seeing now in line with what you expected for this time of year in whatever modeling or planning might have done or or are these surges the surge bigger than you thought we'd be in right now how are you looking it and thinking about it? I don't think categorizes as a surge yet it's definitely increased We're seeing numbers every every week. Now the new numbers as of today from yesterday, and over the weekend two, hundred and seventy three new cases which a lot probably the highest of seeing one day. Actually might be two days in number by the seeing or in hundred something range of the day. Now, for the last couple of days that's the highest we've seen since around June So certainly you know I probably already is making residents are safe and how big The experts have said that we would see a potentially an uptick in the month of October November and December and they also has mentioned that it isn't coming upon all of us that we could actually keep those numbers down by wearing masks and making sure that we do everything we can social distancing avoiding black gatherings I'm also encouraging people to things tonight today to get tested I think it's really important having accurate number of tests you're in the city of Boston. So we get an accurate account with the number really right now six point two percent. In the second piece is down suggesting the people to get your flu shot. Because as we head into this month of September October November area that you know the people are GonNa, get any the colds flu. It'll be confusing want to try and cut down on learn through visits if at all possible.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:44 min | Last month

"marty walsh" Discussed on Radio Boston

"So welcoming back to the show Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Hello. Thank you very much great to be with you today. Great to have you, I don't WanNa paint this picture mayor Walsh because I was thinking about your last ten days or so a ballot box set on fire daily state. Corona virus cases about a thousand people in person learning shut down the schools the chair, the Boston School Committee resigns even as they make historic move to suspend the entrance exam, the exam schools state lifts the Eviction Moratorium three major holidays ahead it is a massive task to be the mayor of Boston right now how are you doing? We have little election week from Tuesday. Oh yeah that. It's Boston's a great city and I love being there. Obviously every day there's new challenges that are in front of, US diesel jobs, very extraordinary times that will. It's important for all of us understand that you know we will get to all of these things You know it's complicated. I was saying the other day my chief staff that you know there just doesn't seem to be any reprieve at all You know the other night school committee meeting there was historic vote lots of conversation lots of emotion around in the to end the way it was unfortunate. But but you know hopefully after next Tuesday you know you know corona virus and talk has been country for everyone. So after next Tuesday, we'll see what happens but I'm hoping for a certain outcome and that election I think a lot of people who are listening to this radio show hoping for the same outcome I I'm hoping for and you know in this country a lot of. And and right now we have to get through it and You didn't mention but the racial unrest as well. The stomach racism all of that stuff is front and center, and it's important for us to continue to move forward one of the other to get to this time. So you just talked about the election. Let's stay there for a minute. police have made an arrest in the case of the ballots that were set on fire and dropbox and Copley. Square yesterday are you concerned about more cases every election related violence or tampering or vandalism, and how are you preparing the city for that? But. You know I'm hoping that we don't have you violence at. A lot of it's going to be What happens in the election I think that you know you have one candidate in the president. Has undertone of creating. Okaying violence, it's not going to be tolerated here in the city of Boston on the police department has. Is, an has increased patrols in areas where election ballot boxes are located but also preparing for Election Day to make sure that we have I don't think it's going to happen here border intimidatation I. Don't think we'll sit here in Boston but you never know around the country I. Think you'll see different pieces of. What as far as the ballot box fan I wanNA. Thank the Boston Police Department for this action and our alliance. Partners and members of the community played a role to arrest suspects..

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Boston School Committee Chair Resigns After Mocking Names During Meeting

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | Last month

Boston School Committee Chair Resigns After Mocking Names During Meeting

"Last night, he was heard mocking the names of Asian people during a school committee meeting on Zoom W. B. C's Karen Rygel has reaction from local leaders spotted a city councilor at large. Michelle Woo herself of Asian descent, says the name is very personal. Deep history of Racist rhetoric. Related to name This type of racism. Reinforces that so many are seen as perpetual foreigners in this country. She says she's used to her name being Mott. She wishes she were not, and it also follow the pattern of residents and families in the city. Feeling excluded and marginalized from important policy conversation. Karen Regal W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio and in a statement, City Councilor Julia Bahia, saying quote I was disappointed that in 2020 people in positions of power can freely unleash their complete disregard and disrespect for people of color Mayor Marty Walsh saying today Leconte's comments were quote, hurtful and wrong. Seven of free time for traffic and weather

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Boston Public Schools Return To Full Remote Learning

WBZ Overnight News

01:25 min | Last month

Boston Public Schools Return To Full Remote Learning

"SCHOOLS SCHOOLS Goto Goto full full remote remote Learning Learning today today with with rising rising Corona Corona virus virus numbers numbers in in the the city city hears hears Mayor Mayor Marty Marty Walsh. Walsh. Scientists Scientists are are telling telling us us that that November, November, December December and and January January could could be be as as bad bad as as what what we we saw saw last last spring. spring. But they're also telling us it doesn't have to be this way. So you know, the numbers are up across the world on here in the calm one of us in the common Boston so blasting people that, you know stay. We need to be more vigilant right now. During this, I wouldn't call it discharged. But this increase of easy TV's Michael across checks out reaction from parents and teachers. He was generally happy every day after school Dorchester Mom Daniell Johnson is quickly trying to adjust plans for her son. Cornell is learning now that Boston public schools are moving to a fully remote model. The second grader has a PhD and returned to the classroom for in person learning earlier this month in school, we were seeing that he was able to complete assignments. The Boston Teachers Union says it supports switching toe all remote. What is concerned about the impact on high need. Students, Parents and families deserve as much predictability as possible for the next set of scenarios State Education Commissioner Jeff Riley following following up up on on an an effort effort to to audit audit school school districts districts that that are are not not using using in in person person learning, learning, despite despite low low Corona Corona virus virus transmission transmission rates, rates, Riley Riley sending sending a a letter letter to to Watertown Watertown on on these these Long Long meadow awaiting a response. Complaints about

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Boston mayor warns against house parties during COVID-19 uptick: "We are gonna be cracking down"

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:31 sec | Last month

Boston mayor warns against house parties during COVID-19 uptick: "We are gonna be cracking down"

"568 new cases of Cove it in Massachusetts 23 new deaths. Also in the latest report from DPH over the past 24 hours, they say the positive test rate is up to 4.2%. Hospitalizations slightly up tonight to 503. As these case numbers start to rise Mayor Marty Walsh in Boston, telling young people, the parties have to stop the exact number of house calls, but I know that over the weekend Counsellor Flynn Council priority, said there were dozens of parties they're saying the city will start cracking

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568 new coronavirus cases reported in Massachusetts, Boston mayor warns of another shutdown

WBZ Afternoon News

00:16 sec | Last month

568 new coronavirus cases reported in Massachusetts, Boston mayor warns of another shutdown

"Today's numbers on Kobe 19 here in Massachusetts are out 568 new cases confirmed by DPH. And 23 new deaths. This's Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says the city could see another shutdown. Potentially if people keep throwing house parties and ignoring safety guidelines.

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Judge To Determine if Boston Teachers Can Have the Option To Teach Remotely

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | Last month

Judge To Determine if Boston Teachers Can Have the Option To Teach Remotely

"Set to rule today on whether Boston teacher should have the option to teach remotely. The teachers union. Filed for an injunction on the requirement for in person teaching, Citing safety concerns over rising covert rates in the city, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and the Public Health Commission says it is still safe for the city's high need students to remain learning in person. Three, when

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Walsh Says He’ll Back All Recommendations From Boston Police Reform Task Force

Radio Boston

00:36 sec | Last month

Walsh Says He’ll Back All Recommendations From Boston Police Reform Task Force

"Mayor Marty Walsh is endorsing a slate of reforms to the city's Police Department here he is speaking at City Hall just moments ago accepting the final recommendations of the Boston Police Reform Task Force the Task Force share draft recommendations last month. Now they've completed in share with me their final recommendations. And as of today, I'm pleased to officially accept these recommendations all of these recommendations. Now, those recommendations include creating new oversight office with investigatory and subpoena power and a new diversity inclusion unit within the Police Department

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Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | Last month

Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning

"A lawsuit after the city tells teachers to return to the classroom. This says the corona virus positive infection rate in Boston rose above 4%. The BT used lawsuit is seeking injunction relief, It says teachers air following the language that was agreed upon by the city, and if schools revert to remote learning teachers would also have that option. Mayor Marty Walsh delayed Boston school in person instruction by a week due to an increasing positivity rate, except for students with the highest needs. The teachers union said the district needs to work with them to develop a safe scheduling plan that ensures appropriate staffing. To owners of

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Boston Teachers Union seeking injunction relief after mayor's decision

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | Last month

Boston Teachers Union seeking injunction relief after mayor's decision

"And Mayor Marty Walsh makes a bold move push back the earliest possible start dating from October 15th, which is next week to October 22nd, and that decision right there sets off a fight with city teachers. They say the devil is in the details. And it's the details of the Boston Teachers Union contract that's forcing them to make their own move in retaliation. W. B C's James RoHaas tells US teachers and city officials do not agree on where those teachers should be teaching. The Boston Teachers Union says it's seeking injunction relief. It says teachers are following the language that was agreed upon by the city, saying if schools revert to full remote learning teachers would also have that option B to you. President Jessica Tang says that includes teachers who don't have high need students. So is that well, we agree on the need to provide in person searches for heist need students safely as possible in safe facility. The question of how to do it safely is where we differ. Mayor Walsh delayed in person instruction by a week except for students with the highest needs. He points to the Public Health Commission that says it's safe to continue and personal learning for the small number of high risk students. James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio in online. Learning is in jeopardy in the western part of

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Boston Public School reopening plans paused

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | Last month

Boston Public School reopening plans paused

"That if the city's Corona virus positivity rate rose above 4%, he'd reevaluate hybrid learning for Boston schools, or at least the schedule for WDC. Sherry Small has more on changes now to the plant believed that is prudent at this time to pause the school reopening plan Now that Boston's Corona virus seven day average positivity rate is at 4.1% Mayor Marty Walsh is delaying hybrid learning for the next phase by one week as of now. Kay's there. Okay. Want Kay to Kenny? Guy knows we'll enter school No sooner than October. 22nd plans for all other grades will remain the same but subject to change. But the mayor is not rolling things back for special needs. Students who began hybrid learning last week, saying in person Learning for them is just too important. Highest. These students need the district. As their choice way are their chance for success at Boston City Hall. Sherry Small W B Z Boston stays RADIO the Baker Administration announcing a covert

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Air Marty Walsh said. These allegations are an affront to the thousands of police officers who do their jobs every day. With honesty, integrity and bravery. I'm outraged and, quite frankly, outright, disgusted. At the utter breach of trust. Six officers appearing in federal court today. Three others doing court next week Vote counting resumes tomorrow in the fourth District Democratic congressional primary Secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Galvan says the court has given the thumbs up to his request to restart the tally of ballots that arrived on time in Newton Wellesley in Franklin, But we're not counted as we're canvassing the fourth congressional district recognize is not recognizing how close it is. We discovered that three communities had taken in balance before the deadline of eight o'clock but had not actually counted them. They'd counted most of the balls that they had the cast yesterday, but they had 33. These communities had remaining doubts that they had not yet counted. In order for this to be a public process that the public could see in particular candidates affected. We needed to go to court to get an order because there's no statutory way under law that I can do that Calvin hoping to get the counting done in the next 48 hours. Joe Biden will make with Jacob Lakes family tomorrow when he visits Kenosha, Wisconsin. Blake shot more than a week ago by police and remains hospitalized, CBS's Ed O'Keefe tells us Wisconsin is one stop on a busy travel agenda for the Democratic presidential nominee. As he wraps up his campaign Pennsylvania next week in North Carolina soon and the travel comes amid a blockbuster fundraising month bite into the Democratic National Committee raised two combined $364.5 million in August, a record sum. I.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They're Marty Walsh declares another heat emergency in the city of Boston beginning tomorrow. Hurricane Hannah is now moving toward South Texas. It is expected to make landfall tonight on more states are now calling for a nationwide mask mandate as covert cases continue to surge across the country. CBS News Michael George in New York has more it's because the nation's mask rules are so inconsistent That's some governors are calling for a federal mask mandate. Some health experts have said that the US could drastically reduced the virus in just a few weeks. If we committed to lockdowns and wearing masks, it's a lesson learned here in New York, which in April was the global epicenter of the virus and now has one of the lowest infection rates in the country. And Vermont is the latest state to issue a mask order Governor Phil Scott making the announcement yesterday. Speaking at his regular virus briefing, Scott says the outbreaks hitting the South and west may be spreading back toward the Northeast and Vermont. The CDC issues a call to reopen schools, echoing the stands of the president on Tom, 40 just weeks before schools would normally open around the country. The Centers for Disease Control is out with new guidelines on doing that, saying it should be the default. But Houston's They're Sylvester Turner says no to school Reopening As of now, saving lives and slowing the virus from spreading of the city of Houston is top priority. And we can do that by delaying in person face to face instruction at a minimum until September of the eight Houston remains one of the nation's hardest hit Cove it 19 hot spots. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington. And as the president continues to threaten to cut funding for schools that don't reopen, more and more districts are nonetheless making the decision to go mostly or entirely online in the fall, and that includes one town in Middlesex County. Here's W B Z T V's bill shields the teachers and kids in west further in the same boat as the rest of the state. In the country. For that matter. How do we reopen schools? But here, the teacher said, no to classroom teaching. It's not safe. I'm not so much worried about my own house. It's the health of My husband and son who both have asthma, and the teachers here in West for say, the kids will understand the fear. When students don't feel safe, they don't learn anywhere close to optimal and I admit we believe if teachers don't feel safe. Students certainly aren't gonna.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New patients mayor Marty Walsh sets up a six million dollar grant program to help local businesses in the city make it through the restrictions and get back on their feet for the first time Twitter ads fact check links to tweets from president trump and this morning the president is threatening to shut down social media sites accusing them of stifling free speech the suspended superintendent of the Holyoke soldiers home defends his handling of the global pandemic and the deaths of dozens of residents of the numbers continue to trend here in the right direction in Massachusetts meantime in Everett it's a homecoming of sorts for a new mom and her twins WBZ-TV's Julie McDonald's with her amazing story these two miracles from heaven came ten weeks early by C. section while mom except was intubated fighting covert nineteen it was two weeks before she could hold them in her arms I could be making whatever you want to do is day down Oscar was beaming through his mask ready to go home together to their waiting toddler but the doctors confirming what is already so clear this mother and these babies are strong and special care for twenty on the same day ten weeks early they're pretty great story mom says it is amazing that she made it through and the family is going to be just fine cross the country a protest in Minnesota turns violent overnight over a man.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Marty Walsh says the date is looking good so far when it comes to cope at nineteen but that doesn't mean we can rush into re opening president trump rolling out a brand new nineteen billion dollar program for the nation's farmers and ranchers today sixteen billion in direct payment cities north of Boston still struggling to get control of the virus in restaurants in Rhode Island now have the green light to offer dining alfresco they're taking advantage back in Washington some questions today for the White House after president trump revealed he's been taking hydroxy Clark when he's doing so in hopes of preventing the coronavirus is Karen Travers has more on that from DC quite as press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday that she didn't know the quote exact rationale behind president trump's decision to take hydroxy core Quinn as to the president's heart should be monitored while taking it as the FDA recommends making any declined to answer she did say the president decided to share that he was taking the drug in order to quote be transparent but Mr trump's first mentioned he was taking the drug came at least a week and a half after he says he started taking it and it came about an hour and a half into an event with restaurant executives in response to an unrelated question Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington now plenty of us are trying to take more vitamins more supplements were hoping to keep ourselves healthy through the pandemic there's a familiar name around here that's been enough space for some time few years at this point but now former pats QB Tom Brady has put out a brand new supplement through his TB twelve sports brand this call protect in Orlando weekly reports it's kind of like a virgin see or any other sort of vitamin C. supplement you could get at the pharmacy but it is not approved by the FDA and the catch here is it's forty five Bucks a bottle it's important to note though that the advertisements don't say the product will protect you from corona virus but a Tom Brady fight facing many critics right now who say the timing is a bit suspect considering we're in the middle of a pandemic in time is more important than ever these days to fight back against misinformation new reports out say some states seem to be promoting it as they lose their car loosen up their coronavirus restrictions this week we learned of the architect and manager of Florida's covert nineteen dash board saying she was fired for refusing to manually change data to drum up support for the plan to re open last week the Georgia governor's office had to apologise for misleading data presenting brightly colored graphics with dates on the chart that were resorted to create the illusion of a decline Americans are wondering how truthful there states are being with residents health concerns over returning to healthy commerce flow Mark Twain saying goes there are.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh is also emphasizing current efforts to curb the virus are working and need to continue and that people need to remain vigilant at all times we prioritize the health and security of all of our residents I want to see I. city bustling again I want to see people coming back and I want to see construction starting again I want to see our restaurants full I want to see our retail shops full I want to go to Fenway I wanna go to Foxborough I want to go to the garden I want to do all the stuff is missing but we can't out of the safety features jump right back into it the health emergency in Boston will remain in place until further notice coming up in just a few minutes here on WBZ newsradio the very latest on the widespread impact of covert nineteen on the economy and jobs back to your right right now it is ten oh three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes rob good morning any problems right now good morning to you too that will start north of town we had some debris being cleared out of the road on ninety three on the northbound side up in the Andover straight ship between the route one thirty three and four ninety five not seeing any big delays over on route three from Burlington the national I am ninety five years okay heading up towards said New Hampshire and even up in the main route one looks good through Saugus just keep in mind for the weekend route one selfie offering to Carter street is closed till five AM Monday downtown the lower deck say come in Leverett connector clear no problems in the airport tunnels south of town expressway is so wide open from Boston down to Braintree and issues on route three on the south shore down to the sag more rob WBZ's traffic on the threes you rob it's ten OO for a window world of Boston is the choice to may to save on energy bills every season beautify your home with award winning windows doors.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Marty Walsh says the measures the city has taken to combat covert nineteen are working what we're doing is making a difference social distancing is working the mayor also with a message to the class of twenty twenty after the governor's announcement earlier that schools around the state will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year the class of twenty twenty we're sorry that you weren't able to have a prom you are enabled at senior week and graduations at least the way that you envision them but don't let this pandemic take away this moment and sense of achievement you have yourself you're four times these past few years accomplished a lot you gonna do amazing things in the future and I want you to know that as mayor of the city of Boston is a city we are very proud of you despite warnings president trump is downplaying the threat of the corona virus returning a significant chunk of Wednesday's coronavirus task force briefing at the White House was spent on debating whether or not coded nineteen will be back in the fall we'll be watching for it but it's possible it is also possible it doesn't come back at all president trump was upset with media reports about remarks from admiral Robert Redfield the CDC director he was misquoted misquoted Fred field sought to clarify I didn't say that this was going to be worse I said it was gonna be more complicate are more difficult later Dr Anthony Fauci said we will have coronavirus in the fall I am convinced of that Mike Crossey up Washington a new poll finds a strong majority of people favor tough covert nineteen restrictions Tim McGuire has more on a P. and R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds that some eighty percent of those question remain in favor of the stay at home and social distancing restrictions in order to lessen the impact of the corona virus pandemic Laura McCullough a college physics professor in Wisconsin says the virus remains a huge threat we're still discovering how nasty it can be so I want to see people staying at home for even longer well more than sixty percent back the actions taken by the government in their area a vocal twelve percent is demanding an end to the restrictions Michon matic with the Michigan conservative coalition says the restrictions have wiped out millions of jobs and economic.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Marty Walsh spring into health for the city to deal with the corona virus crisis another key procedural votes on a corona virus stimulus bill has stalled in the Senate for failing to hit the sixty vote threshold Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they're still struggling to find bipartisan consensus we've been engaged in an intense bipartisan talks to build emergency relief legislation on an historic scale McConnell has accused Democrats of playing partisan politics with the stimulus package it says Democrats should be embarrassed arguing the nation is out of time Senate minority leader Democrat Chuck Schumer calling McConnell's remarks sparse and we Democrats are trying to get things done not making partisan speech after partisan speech sure Ince's negotiations are continuing on the estimated one point eight trillion dollar bill the federal reserve is unveiling a new set of measures in hopes of serving markets that have since been sent into a tailspin by the corona virus pandemic in a plan unveiled this morning the fed said it would buy an unlimited amount of government backed debt and announced a series of programs to give more security to large and small businesses officials will buy bonds in the amounts needed to support smooth market functioning and their announcement makes clear that the central bank is willing to go further than the seven hundred billion dollars in purchases announced last week about his correspondent Mike Bahour Connecticut residents are getting a phone call from their governor I'm calling to urge you personally they say they upon using the states is a C. T. alert system to urge people to follow his stay at home executive order which begins tonight that system will allow governor will want to send a recorded message to more than four million Connecticut residents self isolation it is one of the strategies for dealing with corona virus so what does that mean if you're home with family are we allowed to snuggle on the couch have a house gathering ABC medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton lane down the house rules so in terms of our home environment if someone is sick do not sleep in the same bed with that person that social distancing has to occur at home as well and it means not having friends over to socialize and really not going to areas that are tightly congregated and as we've been telling you don't have Charlie Baker wants Massachusetts residents to stay at home though some continue to ignore stay at home directive is defending their decisions by saying they're not in high risk groups governor Baker telling reporters it's disrespectful to hospital and health care workers to not self quarantine our first responders and emergency medical personnel those who are essential to our success in battling this disease need us all to do everything we can to reduce the spread of people practicing social distancing while waiting in long lines at the RMV it's no surprise there's a line at the R. and B. including.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spoke with mayor Marty Walsh about what the city is doing this is a a fluid situation how is the city responding you've told folks to stay home as much as they can for the most part a lot of people have stayed home they can stay home I don't see a lot of people walking around Boston looking out my window here at city hall and I think that all of this in the long run it will have a tremendous impact on keeping the number of our cases down as long as we continue to keep social distancing from folks and and and listen to some of the warnings of car washing hands and things like that the obviously people staying home is a good thing but clearly in the city driven by terrorism people visiting the construction that you put on hold on there are concerns about the financial impact on the city what's being done to maybe alleviate some of that presently yeah there's no question about that I mean we we had a budget meeting to talk about our budget that will then be submitted to the city council and the conversation is very different than the conversation was two weeks ago and and you know we we we have no idea what the extent of this will be so we really don't know what the economic impact will be and and how great it will be are you still seeing problems with grocery stores in in the city and and and not being stocked in being over run and and what are you recommending for folks as they want to get more food well I think you know the grocery stores are doing everything we can to make sure that the shelves stocked it would be is stop and shop and I did some other school officials are false and making sure that is that the town miles for senior citizens something that is really important for us into asking people as you go shopping you know just because I listen a lot of people coming behind you you don't have to buy food for for six months I think it's it's kind of you didn't show up for the weekend how that house of supplies and as we continue to move forward here I think that that's important you know and I think you know social distancing as best as possible I think that Hey I'd ask people just to respect each other when you're out shopping and things like that as well you know some people are concerned and some do more concerned than others and and some people are are aren't there yet and I think we just have to be respectful one hour there you mentioned at the governor's mansion if there's a lot of rumor and innuendo and different things that circulate how do you as the leader of Boston make sure that people know what's really going on and not what's not going on well I take it you know talking to the press as much as possible like that would be easy to beat being on the radio and explaining real time situations and updates I would suggest that you know I think people just make sure that as you were FBC news from you know sauce make sure it's an accurate news source you know that it doesn't take much to get a realist I didn't wanna room status on accurate said having panic set in and I think it's important for us to to continue to to communicate as much as possible to publicly for more tests are going to come on line obviously that's important because we'll know more about who has it what are you hearing about for the city in the hospitals that are here we have a lot of them I mean they're working on this on a daily basis and I think that we're all appearing for a large number of cases and I'm hoping that a lot of the precautions that we're taking people taken in companies are taking a gun I'm going to work and I think that the more we can do practice social distancing from each other and and and be respectful of each other I think that that the better will be present in the in the short and long run Boston mayor Marty Walsh speaking with WBZ's bam Parker treating coronavirus no vaccine yet but the president has announced a possible treatments CBS's Norah o'donnell spoke with CBS medical contributor Dr David agus one of the drugs is actually a half century old anti malaria drugs how does it work it's pretty wild right hydroxy Corrigan's used for malaria and roots for arthritis and it works by two mechanisms one is a blocked virus and the second is the tempers down inflammation both of which play a role probably in how it's benefiting patients with covert nineteen the other drugs that the president mentioned was created to treat a bola how would that work so that is another antiviral this one is intravenous compared to the first one had trucks a clear trend is oral and written disappear is an intravenous drug that blocks the virus you know this is a virus it's not alive the virus actually goes into ourselves and use our own machinery to divide and drugs like rent disappear can inhibit those processes enabling the virus to stop dividing and that's how we benefit from it if you have cove in nineteen right now what did these potential treatments mean for you if somebody has covered nineteen now I want them to talk to their doctor about the potential role of using hydroxy chloroquine today it is a FDA approved drug for other indications and they can write a prescription today for this drug and use it in the right setting and that doesn't mean every patient needs to be on it but it's a discussion to have with your doctor there is hope and this drug is hope her son invited every person with the disease we saw the cases spike in just the last twenty four hours where are we on this curve I'm optimistically I'm hopeful with the behavior changes our country has made as well as with these medications announced today that we're really at a new point at a point where I could see at some point light at the end of the tunnel what's the most significant behavioural change of name you know my children my wife we're staying home and we're going out for things like this where it's a very controlled environment were eating together as a family both my children home from college and every night to have dinner with them so to me it's a gift and you have to find positive in some small places in this horrible tragedy that hit our country and coming up we'll check traffic thinking about getting healthier sleeping better are losing those last few pounds think.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh it is televised address last night advising people if they can do you're welcome to still take a walk through the city and what a beautiful day to do that too it's bright sunshine here at sunrise here in Boston thirty nine degrees but we'll get to the mid fifties today so spring is in the air and with spring also comes rain and we've got that coming into the area tonight as clouds move and dumping some rain and maybe some snow where you are overnight a couple of areas out in the metro west area also southern New Hampshire could see a couple of inches from this but here in Boston it's all rain and heavy at times tomorrow too with highs in the forties we're looking at seventy for a high temperature on Friday but it comes with clouds and maybe a few rain drops as well seven oh five thirty nine degrees here in Boston we are all well it very well aware of the medical fallout from corona virus but now president trump is looking to assist in the financial troubles that come with covert nineteen president trump's proposed economic package to rescue the economy from across the virus could come with a novel price tag a trillion Bucks corresponded alley brand says it seemingly needed one of the world's largest hotel chain Marriott is for lowing tens of thousands of workers and closing hotels worldwide restaurants and bars continue to close across the nation switching to carry out and drive through service only and some retailers are implementing seniors only shopping hours to protect those most at risk everyday life is not changing for some Americans even as officials say it should this spring break here in Miami that's a long time ago and I was kind of up in the air twenty one morning making the most of it we.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Marty Walsh's the scene was especially dramatic for first responders and civilian witnesses and the city's reaching out to take care of those who were there we do have our which offers Hispana Saudi Intisar fire truck police we are obviously open up to noticeably stands a B. two places well if they need any help we're gonna be there for them you know it's it's a very difficult situation very difficult scene as for the commissioners the seats on the use of where things are missing and Suffolk County DA Rachel Roland says the tragedy demonstrates the urgency of addressing mental health concerns and she's committing her office in their resources to fight I DO spree man is now charged with murder months after the death of his girlfriend Jennifer colicky forty year old there a Griffin was initially charged with assault and battery in September after clicky was found dead in their home and he has been held without bail ever since the couple had been to court before according to the DA Griffin allegedly attacked colicky back in March and was charged with assault and battery the case was dismissed when collect he refused to testify against him Griffin will be arraigned in Middlesex Superior Court on January seventh and one person is dead following a two car crash on route forty four in Rehoboth it happened just before eight yesterday morning to people in one of the vehicles were brought to Rhode Island hospital with the driver died and the passenger was treated for serious injuries two occupants of the second car were taken to Hasbro children's hospital in Providence we have no word on the extent of their injuries and police have not said what caused that crash its owner Robert Kraft visions new legal jeopardy in Florida that story just ahead here all right now though it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is now and what's going on right we have a great ride we're gonna start out west to tell no troubles along the mass turnpike this morning it's a speed limit trip from Boston out towards Sturbridge dancing any big delays out on two ninety or on four ninety five north of the city three ninety three ninety five look good to and from the New Hampshire line route one is clear through the Saugus stretch downtown the lower deck say Comyn lever connector fine no problems along strode drive or in the airport channels as you take a look south of the city the expressway is clear from the o'neill tunnel down to the Braintree split route three is fine along the south shore dancing any delays along one twenty eight and twenty four ninety five look good heading down towards Rhode Island rob Hakluyt WBZ's traffic on the freeze it is six thirty four today is probably the best day of the weekend it'll be mostly sunny and mild for late December with a high of forty nine overnight will be partly.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Marty Walsh is outlining a plan to protect the city from climate change impacts among other things. The mayor is urging the businesses to start thinking of ways to guard against future flooding on Wall Street. The Dow is still down about sixty six the NASDAQ is down twenty four and the S and P five hundred is down almost three. The November election is. Twenty days away in today's the last day to register to vote here in Massachusetts city and town offices will be open until eight tonight. You may also be able to register online state secretary Bill Galvin tells WBZ NewsRadio the numbers have been strong for quite a while. Now, we saw an uptick in registrations. Really since the beginning of this administration. We had very active primaries in many parts of the state. We had a very good turn out in the primary so many people registered for the primaries. Are obviously you're on the road still. It's too early to get in a final number. But at this point we have over four million eligible persons were eligible to vote in Massachusetts election days, November six three questions will be on the statewide ballot. The one getting the most attention is question one. If approved question one would limit the number of patients that could be assigned to each nurse in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Recent polls have shown the vote could go either way you can count house speaker Robert deleo among the undecided in. The past eleo is twice supported such limits, but deleo told reporters yesterday he hasn't made up his mind yet on question. One deleo says he's been focused on contests for the legislature and on question three which would repeal the transgender public accommodations law. Across the country. Democrats are hoping to regain control of the house of representatives in next month's midterms. Democrats have been energized by their opposition to the Trump administration. But ABC news contributor, Alex Castellanos says they may be disappointed democratic wave is happening where in urban areas it's happening where where Democrats are already winning when you get to the suburbs. When you get to the keys sixty six seats that are leaning slightly one way or the other guess what? It's a dead heat. Democrats have largely concentrated their efforts on getting younger voters and voters of color to the polls next month. Stay connected with breaking.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"And now my conversation with Marty Walsh. So you've told this story before, but I think it's worth people hearing. Can you tell me about the night you had your last drink. You know it was. It was a weekend, rarely was a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Tempa thing. You know, just drink until blackout oblivion on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and then on Sunday, the that Sunday I got up and once the baragan the morning around eleven thirty twelve o'clock. And once a Bruins game was asked to leave the Bruins game. It's a nice way saying I was thrown out of the Browns game, and then I want to cross the street to a buyer and had ordered a drink and fell asleep pass out, really. And then we'll cut my house that night. Probably what nine o'clock at night and just desperation. You know, no one wants to do a turn to had plenty of family in recovery. Never really took a shot at recovery before. Never took a shot at eight before and I miss him phone calls to call my boss to call your held at this point. I'm twenty eight. I'm so basically next morning I got up go to. Work and go down to my boss, and he's, he's basically suggests, tells me I have to make a phone call to the program and I did, and it's out of my journey. I talked to a guy on the phone and explain well where I was a little bit. My life didn't give the whole story because you're everyone's into nihil. The recommended I go impatient to Gaza and no desire or intention of doing that Gaza rehab in Boston down the Cape and I ended up going down in the first one. I was there. A group of people came into speaking, put on a commitment to call a commitment where they speak about their recovery. I'm an it helped me in from that point on until today. You know, I, it was the grace of God into my life. You know, my life has been incredible. I've worked myself worked on my all of the wreckage from the past, and but also learning how to kind of cope and live life a day time. And that's what I do. You still going to meeting?.

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WEEI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WEEI

"Whether it's football baseball hockey that less than a day and a half later i mean you know obviously game comparison the stoughton which is not quite the same you think the governor speaks for you when he says we'll get through this as a care three days this is such a disparity between the governor of the people in the town and the families families never get through what's my belief that they should depend on the baseball team of planet marty walsh and wayne at all when stuff happen would you business it's pretension expected to get through is expected by whom though the media their constituents sort of response don't want charlie baker to way if there's a school shooting massachusetts to say that we'll get through this no i'm not see should say like what what the policy is.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And now from the university of chicago institute of politics and cnn the axe files with your host david axelrod they say authenticity is the coinofthe realm in politics there's hardly a more authentic politician in america than mayor marty walsh of boston the son of immigrants came up a hard way battled a lot of things in his life became a leader the labor movement and then mayor of his city and one of the leading mayors in america he came to the ins to politics this week and we talked about his life his city and the president mayor walsh great to be with you uh i there's plenty to talk about uh relative to what's going on in boston around the country right now but i wanted to talk a little bit about your story which is which is a kind of an extraordinary story um starting with the fact that your first generation eric son of immigrants manama father came over from island tom i finally came over from our 56 our mother came up fifty nine and they were from roughly the same era from gully connemara my mother was from a place called ross malcolm i files place kakinda ghastly they met out here in boston uh at the into colonial dance hall which is a big popular dance all back in the day in boston and uh it was his was my slave before full routes off mile and yeah and what is a.

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