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Man Arrested, Charged In Armed Robbery That Critically Wounded Clerk in Roxbury, Boston

WBZ Midday News

01:06 min | 1 d ago

Man Arrested, Charged In Armed Robbery That Critically Wounded Clerk in Roxbury, Boston

"21 year old man clinging to life after being shot in the head. W B Z T. V's Anna Rita's Rodriguez tells US charges have been filed in that shooting awesome police announcing they have a suspect in connection with the shooting. Of a convenience store clerk in Roxbury that left that worker on life support. We're learning, 25 year old Stefan Samuel of Lin is now charged with armed robbery and armed assault with intent to murder. Authorities say he's currently in custody at the Plymouth County House of Corrections on unrelated charges. 21 year old Tom James Siam was shot twice in the head during the holdup at the M in Our convenience store last month. Time had come to the U. S months earlier from Bangladesh. In the hopes of going to college so he could provide for his family. His family arrived in Massachusetts earlier this week to be by his side in the I C U Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the family says Salome's prognosis is not looking good. Mayor Marty Walsh and Police Commissioner Willie Graz have condemned the shooting as cowardly. The

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Gives COVID-19 Updates, Pushes Racial Equality at Press Conference

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00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Gives COVID-19 Updates, Pushes Racial Equality at Press Conference

"Walsh is talking about covert 19 and racial disparities, the mayor says, since the pandemic hit It has shined a light on longstanding disparities and inequalities. There's a chance, he says, though, to correct the situation. We have an opportunity not just to go back to a normal when this pandemic is over, but you create a new, normal abetter normal. One that is inclusive and lift everyone up. We are ready to commit to this new normal to confront the wrongs of the past and to create a better and brighter future for every single resident in Boston, the mayor says. Every day Boston is working to upset the set up. Investing in neighborhoods and young people and dismantling racist structures. Moving forward together. Ah, letter to

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School Nurses Rally in Boston Over Reopening Plans

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | Last week

School Nurses Rally in Boston Over Reopening Plans

"Air demanding a voice in the re opening of schools safely rallied earlier today on Boston City Hall Plaza. Here. Thank you. Kelly Business, is an elementary school nurse in Boston and says she and her fellow nurses have not been included and opening discussion. Actually, it's insulting. Joined by union teachers and bus drivers, a couple dozen gathered in the hot sun on the red brick outside City hall with a shade of skin. They don't have things processes in place to make sure that we can keep kids safe that show up at our offices that aren't feeling well. We need to be able to take care of them in the appropriate space Mayor Marty Walsh Said Any plans are only draft masks. They're disposable students and teachers. School nurses are not at City Hall in Boston, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio, a former

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:34 min | 2 weeks 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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Boston Schools Could Reopen Under a ‘Hopscotch Model'

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston Schools Could Reopen Under a ‘Hopscotch Model'

"A better picture. What school may look like for kids in Boston, his fall double BBC James RoHaas reports, The school district may well be a mix of learning in the classroom and from home. It looks like the Boston School District is leaning more towards the hybrid model, where student groups take turns every two days, learning in the classroom and remotely how teachers are expected to juggle a class in person and online at the same time. Still unknown. Boston officials talked about the tentative plan last night during a zoom meeting. Mayor Marty Walsh earlier this week said parents want their kids back in school. But it needs to be done safely. We want to take into account our teachers are custodians are food service folks. So I think over the course of the next few weeks, many conversations to talk about how we would reopen school, potentially in a blended model safely. A recent poll by the Associated Press shows 46% of Americans think major adjustments are needed to safely reopen schools.

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Mayor Marty Walsh Comments On Eruption Of Violence In Boston

Jay Talking

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mayor Marty Walsh Comments On Eruption Of Violence In Boston

"City, one of the young people in victims of shootings. It's especially devastating on DH. We're working out. We working a coordinated strategy, bringing together out human services. Offs. Public safety are sort team police officers, neighbor trauma teams subject kind of D A and a whole bunch of other partners. We we, You know, it's something that Last year, we started all time low in round the city, Boston or not at all. Times should say, 20 of own grounds. Initial what we've seen an increase in the last least the last six or seven weeks here, the mayor on nightside Bohdan Ray, two teens gunned down in the city last weekend. So far, no arrest. Mr City manager says he's trying to find money for a body camera

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‘That type of so-called ‘help’ is not welcome here’: Boston Mayor Marty Walsh denounces federal agents policing Portland protests

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

‘That type of so-called ‘help’ is not welcome here’: Boston Mayor Marty Walsh denounces federal agents policing Portland protests

"Mayor Marty Walsh slamming federal tactics being used against protesters in Portland, Oregon. He says. We've seen video footage of unidentified federal officers aggressively detaining those demonstrators violating their rights, he says to assemble and protest. Unfortunately, this seems to be another situation where President who doesn't understand or believe in those rights. That's an unfortunate situation in the United States of America, but will continue to live by our values of inclusion. And respect here in the city of Boston on I will stand with my colleagues around the country where Wall says he's added his name to a letter to the administration, calling on the feds to withdraw in the practice immediately. The

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Even With Heat Emergency In Boston, Walsh Says Masks Still Needed

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Even With Heat Emergency In Boston, Walsh Says Masks Still Needed

"Beating down on Boston. It's even hotter inland, feeling like triple digits with the humidity on looks like more of this weather tomorrow. Here's W B Z TV meteorologists Jake Wycoff Sunday and Monday. Tropical humidity will be in place. We do have slightly lower humidity values for Tuesday in Wednesday, but boy Oh boy the next couple of days. Will be hot. In fact, heat advisories in effect for both Sunday and Monday. It's not just that air temperature, but it also is that combination of humidity Ah Heat advisory in place from the South Shore to the Champ Lane Vali, and that's remaining in effect there tomorrow night. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has declared a heat emergency through Tuesday, opening up cooling centers in the city, 20 of them If you're heading to one your advice to call first, and confirm that operation ours and occupancy limits visitors are going to be screened. Have to wear a mask and social distance by six feet, Go to our

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Mayor Marty Walsh declares heat emergency, cooling centers to open across Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mayor Marty Walsh declares heat emergency, cooling centers to open across Boston

"Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has declared a heat emergency through Tuesday, opening up cooling centers in the city. 20 of them If you're heading to one, you're advised to call first to confirm operation ours and occupancy limits. Visitors are going to be screened at the door, they must wear face covering social distancing. Six feet from others is required and be sure to bring your own bottled

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Boston mayor: Heat emergency, 20 cooling centers to open

WBZ Midday News

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Boston mayor: Heat emergency, 20 cooling centers to open

"New England weather at its best or worst, depending on your perspective and preferences after a couple of much cooler days that he gets turned back on today and with humidity added in these next three days are going to be pretty tough to deal with. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, declaring a heat emergency when she was coming, We cancel them, so we know she was coming in heat. We don't actually think that way. That's dangerous Heat. We don't really see it here now Select Boston Centers for Youth and Families. BC Y F community CENTERS will be open and available to the public as cooling centers tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. And again Monday the 28 from 9 a.m. So five PM The real field temperature is expected to range between 96 100 degrees or above the mayor, also reminding everyone, please never, ever to leave their Children or pets inside hot

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Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge

WBZ Morning News

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge

"Boston wrapping up week one of Phase three for the city. So far so good, But Mayor Marty Walsh still wants more testing. We have expanded testing to this point. It is widely available all across our city is in more than 20 locations and mobile testing sites. And I just want to urge everyone Please go get a test on hesitate. The mayor is also reiterating, Please, where a mask and some state lawmakers are proposing fines for those who don't wear a face mask or who don't self quarantine W B C streams. RoHaas joins us now live and he tells us a concern is a second worst surge of covert 19 cases. Good morning. Good morning, So state representative John Santiago knows Massachusetts continues moving in the right direction. But the rest of the country isn't looking too good. The lawmaker and E R doctor is releasing a five point plan to prevent a second surge that includes a $100 fine for those not wearing a face mask and a fine of 1000 bucks for those who enter the Bay State and refused to self quarantine for 14 days. How do we Prevent a second search from happening, and that's the way I'm looking at this not just from the land as a legislator of someone who represent parts of Boston, but also one of them, the E R doctor who has worked every week. In the hospital from day one of the surged onto our red right now and Salo, the pain, the grief and loss of life, Santiago speaking Tio Dan Ray, he's introduced a bill that would mandate face coverings and self quarantine. It would also prioritized testing for those most at risk and for safety protocols that businesses and better fund local boards of health.

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Commissioner Gross frustrated at rise in violence in the city on the heels of Roxbury shooting

Jay Talking

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Commissioner Gross frustrated at rise in violence in the city on the heels of Roxbury shooting

"Boston Boston mayor mayor Marty Marty Walz, Walz, in the in the aftermath aftermath of of Tuesday Tuesday night night shooting shooting of a of Roxbury a Roxbury convenience convenience store store clerk clerk during during a robbery a robbery that that has has left left him him in in critical critical condition. condition. But But I just I just want want to say to say how how frustrated frustrated and and angry angry I am I am right right now, now, in in dealing dealing with with this this cruel cruel sense sense

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The violence in our city needs to stop,' says Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says about shootings, homicides

Jay Talking

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

The violence in our city needs to stop,' says Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says about shootings, homicides

"Angry Boston mayor Marty Walz, in the aftermath of Tuesday night shooting of a Roxbury convenience store clerk during a robbery that has left him in critical condition. But I just want to say how frustrated and angry I am right now, in dealing with this cruel sense

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‘Don’t Hesitate’: Mayor Walsh Urges ‘Everyone’ In Boston To Get A Coronavirus Test

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

‘Don’t Hesitate’: Mayor Walsh Urges ‘Everyone’ In Boston To Get A Coronavirus Test

"Boston City Hall Mayor Marty Walsh, speaking at a news conference. They're talking about Cove in 19 saying the spread in the Commonwealth all comes down to testing. It remains one of our most essential weapons in this fight. It's how we get our data. It's how we convey SAR decisions on reopening. It's how we also work on getting access to treatment. It's how we contain potential outbreaks before we see those spreads happening. We have extend expanded testing to this point is widely available all across our city is in more than 20 locations and mobile testing sites, and I just want to urge everyone today the please go get a test on hesitate. The mayor says Those tests are covered by insurance. If you have symptoms or confirmed exposure, and he says, even if you haven't experienced symptoms, go get a test for free at any of the the locations up in the Commonwealth. Full list available at mass Dock of We have it on our website as well. W b c news radio dot com Unemployment

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh takes aim at White House over handling of COVID-19 pandemic

Jay Talking

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh takes aim at White House over handling of COVID-19 pandemic

"Now. During his city hall briefing, Mayor Marty Walsh took aim at the White House and how they've been handling the ongoing pandemic. This country has needed Along. All

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Boston City Hall reopening to the public on select days

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston City Hall reopening to the public on select days

"Marty Walsh today urging caution at City Hall is the city makes its way in the face three this week today I'm announcing, Starting next week on July 23 we're gonna move forward more carefully. We will start to open City Hall on Thursdays, providing in person service three days a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Schedules services will continue to remain by appointment. So you must call ahead to the relevant department to make the schedule appointment that you might want to say. You can call If you're looking for a phone number. You just simply called 311 Wall says food trucks will soon start to come into the city's neighborhoods for the first time, and also today, he announced the city's ban on plastic bags will stay suspended throughout September.

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Boston moves into Phase 3 of reopening plan on Monday amid coronavirus pandemic

WBZ Morning News

01:01 min | Last month

Boston moves into Phase 3 of reopening plan on Monday amid coronavirus pandemic

"Now ready to interface three of the states for Phase reopening Plan W. B. C's James RoHaas Joining us live now, James, the city still being a little more cautious than the rest of the state. Yeah, that's right. After an additional week to get ready and prepare, Boston enters Phase three but still at a slower pace than most cities, Movie theaters, museums jams, an outdoor performance venues can begin to operate Once again, however, outdoor events are limited to 50 people, as opposed to the state limit set at 100. The city is, however, starting to issue permits for outdoor events on city property and for low risk contact sports. Here's Mayor Marty Walsh. People organizing are participating in these eventually required to follow all of the Guidelines around face coverings and physical distancing on again. It's about being careful and cautious as we move forward here in the city. Also, libraries remained closed. For now, however, the mayor is highlighting the city's BPL to go program, which lets cardholders place orders for pickup outside library branches. James RoHaas

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Nearly 1,700 small businesses in Boston have received debt-free coronavirus relief grants, Walsh says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:27 min | Last month

Nearly 1,700 small businesses in Boston have received debt-free coronavirus relief grants, Walsh says

"Boston Mayor Mayor Marty Marty Walsh, Walsh, who who today today announced announced a a $6.1 $6.1 million million grant grant or or total total of of grants grants for for struggling struggling small small businesses businesses in in Boston. Boston. This is the latest round of relief grants that are aimed at helping businesses ride out the storm of covert 19. The mayor acknowledged economic struggles that just one of his many concerns way have been confronting three crisis. He's here at the same time. In the city of Boston health crisis in covert 19 pandemic. An economic impacts of this pandemic and the ongoing impacts of systemic racism response have been collaborative, comprehensive and equity driven. And we prioritize meeting the most urgent needs of the vulnerable residents and our small businesses in our city next week, Boston Electric face three of the reopening for the city. It's a week behind the rest of the state. The mayor says the city is developing plans for Phase three were developing guidelines as well in multiple languages. For indoor fitness museums museums and and and cultural cultural cultural spaces spaces spaces and and and outdoor outdoor outdoor events. events. events. I'll I'll I'll also also also be be be hosting hosting hosting online online online workshops workshops workshops and and and for for for indoor indoor indoor and and and outdoor outdoor outdoor events. events. events. Performance Performance venues, venues, announcing announcing culture culture and and tours tours and and activities activities in in the the tourism tourism industry industry will will begin begin posting posting material material by by the the end end of of this this week. week. As As we we move move forward, forward, the mayor continuing to tell people that wear face covering outside the home, maintain six feet of space from others and stay away from any crowded gathering, where physical distancing is not possible. The state's

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Marty Walsh announces free drive-in movie series in Boston throughout July

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | Last month

Marty Walsh announces free drive-in movie series in Boston throughout July

"The the city. city. BBC's BBC's James James Earl Earl House House tells tells us us you'll you'll be be able able to to see see films films like like Jurassic Jurassic Park and frozen to beginning next week, Wednesday and every Wednesday this month. You can watch those films and more for free the city's Parks and recreation department, setting up temporary drive in theaters at the Boston Convention Center and then at the one Worth Institute of Technology Campus. Here's Mayor Marty Walsh. With popcorn in hand. This summer is certainly shaping up to look a lot different. I know we're all missing the tradition. Ins and summer activities that we usually do in love. But even during these difficult times, we're still finding ways to come together and that's what we're here doing tonight. Other films schedule this month include marijuana, cocoa and trolls. You'll need to pre register on the city's website for the fray. Driving experience. James RoHaas W B Z

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 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

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02:24 min | 2 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 | 3 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

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02:13 min | 3 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 | 4 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

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05:39 min | 5 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 | 5 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 | 8 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

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Marty Walsh and other city officials are marking the fiftieth anniversary of the occasion inside the economy building the event, featuring a city hall birthday cake and live entertainment, one other notable person in attendance, Michael McConnell, the architect whose design was chosen for the building. Well, a company wants to put what it's calling an observation wheel at long Warf. We get details from WBZ's Karyn regal English troops landed on long wharf to enforce the king's rights in seventeen seventy a move that end. Did with the Boston massacre? Maybe you'll be able to observe the site from a giant. Well, don't call it. A fair observation will vice president and general counsel of Boston. Freedom will Brian Burke honored feet high about forty climate controlled gondolas, the ideas. Interesting says Suzanne Lavoie who's the director of the wharf district council. However, we like thi this evolve into the Boston waterfront of the future that that respects the past the wheel would have to jump regulatory hurdles and could interfere with navigation in the harbor. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio a Wheaton college. Student is facing arson charges after a series of suspicious. Fires fire and police crews responded to a call around three thirty this morning to a fire on the third floor of McIntyre hall students were safely evacuated and the fire was extinguished. This marked the sixth fire in that dormitory since November an investigation has led to the arrest of twenty two year old journalist Pimentel. A student at Wheaton who was charged with two counts of arson. Four counts of one le-, injuring personal property and six counts of vandalism. Pimentel will be arraigned in Attleboro district court. Well, President Trump continues to lobby for a border wall. We'll go live to Washington just ahead..

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 1 year 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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"marty walsh" Discussed on WEEI

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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"marty walsh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of severe drops in barometric pressure that are expected to create winds gusting at hurricane force boston may see blizzard conditions and up to a foot of snow falling fast maher marty walsh says the challenge will be to clear at all before temperatures plummet further friday important for us that we get the snow off of the ground and tomorrow because once the freeze comes in will be almost impossible to move the ice that will be forms while says the potential for coastal flooding and down power lines is especially concerning given the frigid temperatures calvia smith npr news baastad you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york good afternoon i'm sean carlsson among the big ideas in his state of the state speech today governor cuomo is proposing criminal justice reform that includes doing away with bell for defendants accused of misdemeanours and nonviolent felonies he says the current system is not fair so often if you can make bear your set free and if your too poor to make bear you're punch cuomo also wants to avoid keeping people in jail too long before their trials by giving judges the power to speed things long and he's proposing that prosecutors give defense attorneys more access to witness statements and police reports evidence that s frequently not turnover until the start of a trial an initial court hearing is taking place today in the case of a teenager accused of fatally shooting his parents sister and a family friend on new year's eve the sixteen year old boy was due to make the appearance yesterday in family court where hearings are normally closed to the public a judge on the case ruled last night that the media would be barred from attending today's proceedings plans for new rail tunnel under the hudson river were thrown into doubt recently after federal transportation officials rejected a funding plan for the gateway tunnel but on wnyc this morning new jersey congressman josh got heimer says there might be room for negotiation i'm optimistic based on my conversations but we had at the end of.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Large there is something special about an election day votes are taken virtually every working day in some governmental bodies somewhere polls scientific and otherwise are taken virtually every waking minute but votes in polls don't speak with the finality and rough eloquence of the judgments rendered in an election and while those of us who follow politics are constantly trying to read the message is being sent by vote and polls their significance is dwarfed by the message voters said on election day so what messages did they send yesterday locally voters and lawrence sent a disturbingly mixed message did they not know the damage dishonest dealing does to their community in its image or do just not care in framing ham voters could've played it safe by voting for a wellqualified establishment figure instead they chose an impressive political novice who happens also to be a woman of color the didn't care about that part and why should they and in boston despite the presence of an appealing challenger two thirds of the voters saw no reason to remove the hard working well meaning incumbent marty walsh is now set to be mayor for life if he wants to be meanwhile there were clear signs of anti trump backlash in virginia where voters have a front row seat to observe of his administration at work lots of messages in are all of them important but just wait until.

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"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"marty walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"England wbz news time to haughty nine n seventy four degrees in boston here's what were following in the wbz newsroom deadly day for cities piece of it this is deadline day for cities to submit bids to host amazon's second major headquarters in north america the false the mayor marty walsh as east boston in mind as a possible location highspeed chase on the pike into the brash and a suspect in custody came to one end of the westbound lanes in britain for u hosting puerto rico governor ricardo resell aboard the white house today president donald trump talked about the tough conditions on the island territory and right as the strength of the spirit of horror read them residence the president also gave himself perfect marks for the government's hurricane response there in other news lynn police officer charged with drunk driving nafta getting in a car accident last weekend lieutenant james xinna was arraigned today and people to district court released on personal recognizance the accident happened at about twelve thirty in the morning sunday route one south peabody investigators say should had lost control of his car veered across the highway clipped the front end of another vehicle limbs police chief says should urge duty status will be determined after his arrest is investigated looking to test drive a new best friend wbz's carl stevens tells us there is a call for massachusetts residents especially those in middlesex county who might want to adopt a puppy for a weekend at mco shirley inmates strain puppies to become service dogs later used by disabled verts but sheila o'brian with america's bet dogs says the puppies need to learn socialization skills outside of a prison her we are area volunteers could become weekend puppy eurofares local fairly you can pick up the puppy on a friday returned the puppy on sunday all night how machinery it's almost like having the kid home from college on the week but without the.

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