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"mayor walsh" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

05:21 min | 3 d ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"It's such a bear being broken. We can't fathom like how does this happen, you know? But as I read more about your race and looked at the people who were talking about you, there were people who were involved with this campaign who were not surprised at all who were like, yes, of course, of course this happened. Can you talk a little bit about building the blocks that led you to this place? Because I feel like a lot of people outside of Boston are very actually curious about who is the person who makes this happen. It's so astounding, you know. So the transition wasn't too long ago because we were in this really unusual situation where mayor Walsh was appointed as secretary of labor. And because there was a vacancy, unlike the usual situation where the elections in November and new mayor sworn in January after a lengthy leisurely transition, I was sworn in two weeks after the election. And so it was such a crunched period of time that it was quite intense coming immediately off of a campaign coming right back into city hall the next day and the next day through every weekend in between to get briefed on impending decisions and urgent issues. And there was a sense of, okay, what is it after taking stock after the election? Am I going to be able to do this? Will I who will I be in this new role? What will it be like, making the jump from the 8 years that I've been serving on the city council over to be mayor of the city, and then in that transition period and in the quick swearing in, to be honest, it's felt completely familiar. I have run for office four times citywide before this mayoral election. I've represented all of Boston for 8 years. I know every corner of the city and have loved getting ankle and elbow deep into every single issue that there is to think through community by community and we came in off of a 14 month campaign, which is unusual and usually like twice the length of usual campaigns where we have the chance to build.

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Senate to vote on Walsh nomination; Janey poised to take over as Boston Mayor

WBZ Morning News

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Senate to vote on Walsh nomination; Janey poised to take over as Boston Mayor

"In the full Senate vote to confirm Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as the new labor secretary for the Biden administration expected to take place today. If confirmed, the mayor Walsh would be the first union member to be the secretary of Labor. In some 50 years. Boston City Council member Kim Janey is expected to become the new Acting mayor of Boston with an oath of office tomorrow or Wednesday. If the confirmation goes through today, she'll be the first black woman to become the mayor of

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Walsh’s former economic development chief enters Boston mayor’s race

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Walsh’s former economic development chief enters Boston mayor’s race

"Day for those running for mayor of Boston with NBC's Mike Macklin with more on the latest to throw their hat into the race, a former school committee member who was until last week Mayor Walsh is chief of economic development Today, John Barrows joined an already crowded field of candidates to be Boston's next mayor as me Would work to make sure that we continue to engage our community continue continue to particularly engage our young people continue to engage those who feel left out. In our economy continue to engage those who feel most vulnerable, protect those who fail most gonna revive for by by taking us through this covert pandemic safely. Re opening our society in a more just and equitable way. Bustin born and raised. Barrows is the sort of Cape Verdean immigrants, said one of five minority candidates in the race for mayor

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Mayor Walsh awards more than $38 million to nonprofit organizations providing services to homeless individuals in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Mayor Walsh awards more than $38 million to nonprofit organizations providing services to homeless individuals in Boston

"For those in need. In Boston Mayor Body Welsh announcing today, the city's received more than $38 million on the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the money to be distributed among 17 nonprofit organizations that provide critical services and support for the city's homeless residents. This is the largest continuum of care award. That the city has received

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Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

"Voted yesterday on the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. He is President Biden's choice, of course for labor secretary. All the City Council has voted in favor except for any service, Avi Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election if the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, the home rule petition. We still need the approval of the Legislature and Governor Charlie Baker. By the way, Mayor Walsh's Senate confirmation discussion. They will have a Senate committee talking about the nomination tomorrow. President

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Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

"Boston City Council today. Voting yes. On the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. All of the city's councilors voted in favor. Except for any sort of South Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election. If the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, Mayor Walsh has been tapped to become president by this labor secretary. In fact, tomorrow, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions holds a hearing on the nomination. In addition of the city's approval of this home will petition the state Legislature and governor Charlie Baker did decide off. The governor's already indicated he supports it.

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Boston City Councilor Arroyo Files Petition To Bypass Mayoral Special Election

WBZ Overnight News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Boston City Councilor Arroyo Files Petition To Bypass Mayoral Special Election

"City City Council Council after after counselor counselor Ricardo Ricardo Arroyo Arroyo filed filed a a home home rule rule petition petition to to bypass bypass a special election. Once Mayor Walsh leaves office to join President Biden's administration counselor. Lydia Edwards wants to make sure there's no conflict of interest if counselors running for mayor vote on the petitions. WBZ Suzanne Saws. Ville has more. How we do this is this is important is what we're going to do, Edwards says. She said to confidential memo asking City Council attorneys about any potential conflicts of interest. I want people to believe that the process to get to that conclusion if that's where we're going is without flaws. So that by it, it's without putting the bottom on the scale for any candidate. She doesn't necessarily think there's a conflict. She just wants for transparency sake to make sure there isn't complicated. Arroyo says. The State ethics Commission got back to him in less than an hour, saying there's no conflict. Try and say we know that there's no conflict of interest law if you just read the law correctly, But what if there is to do that to elected officials is incredibly dangerous. And about that confidential memo. I asked a royal if he was the one who leaked it. Absolutely not. Suzanne Saz Ville

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‘I’m Bringing Boston With Me’: Mayor Walsh Gives Likely Final State Of City Address

WBZ Morning News

01:15 min | 1 year ago

‘I’m Bringing Boston With Me’: Mayor Walsh Gives Likely Final State Of City Address

"Is is about about to to come come to to an an end. end. We We may may be be hurting, hurting, but but the the state state of of our our city's city's resilient resilient The The state state of of our our cities cities United United to to state state about about city city is is hopeful hopeful and and the the state state of of our our city city is is deep down Boston strong his mayor, Marty Walsh, giving a virtual elbow bump to the city and what is expected to be his final state of the city address. And like everything else during the pandemic, a crowd of thousands is relegated to the couch. Watch an emotional mayor offer words of thanks and encouragement as he prepares its next chapter in Washington Mayor Walls delivered the speech virtually live from the newly renovated Roxbury branch of the Boston Public Library. He talked a lot about the pandemic, said that while the city is hurting, we are deep down. Boston Strong And then his voice cracked, and he seemed to tear up a little bit toward the end of the speech when he talked about how he is leaving his job to become U. S secretary of Labor. The truth is, I'm not going to Washington alone. Bringing Boston with me. This city is not just my hometown is my heart. While the end of the speech there was no question how much the city means to the man, and despite the pandemic, he spoke of hope, saying, We have tough days ahead of us, but we've been knocked down before and we always get back up. Girl, Steven, stop it to be easy. Boston's news radio. The airline industry has been simply

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Boston Mayor Walsh to Give State of City Speech as He Prepares for Washington, DC Gig

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Mayor Walsh to Give State of City Speech as He Prepares for Washington, DC Gig

"Occupant of Boston's highest office. Mayor. Walsh himself is expected to give his last state of the city address this week. The address will likely focus on the covert pandemic and the city's resilience. Walsh, of course, picked as president elect Joe Biden, secretary of labor If he is confirmed by the Senate City Council President Kim Janey will take over as the office of acting mayor. She is expected to be the first woman And the first person of color in the Boston mayor's office while she's been mayor sends 2014

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Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

WBZ Morning News

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

"Landscape is about to undergo some major changes in Boston. Who better to talk about it. Then WBC news radio nightside host Dan Ray Morning, Dan Good morning, Charlie. Happy Sunday morning to you Happy Sunday morning to you, too. We've got Marty Walsh, nominated for Labor Secretary By Joe Biden. We've got Kim Janey will succeed Marty Walsh upon nomination, and then we've got Michelle Woo Andrea Campbell in the mix running for mayor. What's next? Well, I think what's next is gonna be Boston Police commissioner Really gross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw his hat into the ring as well, Um s so It's very close to really gross reached out to me last night and told me that he is the police commissioner's 90% of the way. They're just checking off with a couple of family members to make sure that everybody is on board. On that we will have another candidate who does not have political experience per se, like flying law enforcement officer Lifetime law enforcement officer who has risen through the rags. I happen to think Probably Mayor Walsh is single, most effective appointment during his administration as the as the police commissioner about to decide that he's going to try to take one step further and, um, add mayor to his resume. With the lack of political experience, Dan is that beneficial in this day and age or is it hurtful? I think it's very exciting is very beneficial to girls with the Charlie because I think that people have looked at him truly is a public servant. A lot of politicians will save me a public servants. They're public servants. They're public servants, but what they're doing is they're looking for political office, maybe to become a stepping stone to another political office. I think really, grass is very committed to the city of Boston. The people no city of Boston, he started great job is the police commissioner. We had the good fortune of having some fine police commissioner's A Davis, of course, comes to mind. Uh, the heavens brothers and Willie Grass has continued that great tradition of law enforcement and I think that he knows the city as well as anybody. He's been around this city. And law enforcement of the city of Boston is is a very important issue, because frankly, Boston has done so well in that area than other other major cities around the country. I think I think that he's a natural, and I think you'll be a very strong political candidate. First time out of the box. Do you think, with William Grass jumping into the fray? Will that keep others who may have thought about running for mayor on the sidelines? I think it would force other people think about it. But I certainly don't think that the announced candidates Michelle will where Andre Campbell or maybe another one or two would back away because I'm sure they will look at him and say, Well, he's a police commission. He's not a politician, but I think frankly, that is gonna win no to his benefit being a police commission and someone with hands on experience. In every community in every every nook and cranny of Boston. Well, we'll have to see what it's a big step. Obviously, for someone you gotta. He has to raise funds to run a campaign. I'm also told that he has received a lot of support. From members significant people within the Boston community. You know, you may want to call them the people who are the backbone of the community business people who have indicated to him that they would like to see him run as well. So I think he has. He's got a wellspring of support of the community. That is that he hasn't even tap yet. And I think I think he will be a formidable candidate. If he decides to actually make this announcement that I'm told he is 90% certain he will make some time. Perhaps as early as later this week. Alright,

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Kim Janey Poised To Become Boston's First Woman And First Black Mayor

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Kim Janey Poised To Become Boston's First Woman And First Black Mayor

"Mayor Marty Walsh is likely heading for the nation's capital President elect Joe Biden yesterday. Formally nominated Wall should be his labor secretary. The next step is to gain Senate approval. Mayor Walsh was considered a prime pig as a union member with working class roots. He and Joe Biden are also fellow Irish Americans and Joe Biden presided over Mayor Walsh is second inauguration is mayor in 2018. If Walsh is approved to City Council President Kim Janey would take his place and become the first black person and woman to serve as the mayor of Boston.

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Biden Introduces Boston Mayor Walsh, Rhode Island Gov. Raimondo as Cabinet Picks

Howie Carr

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Introduces Boston Mayor Walsh, Rhode Island Gov. Raimondo as Cabinet Picks

"The governor of Rhode Island are being welcomed today by President elect Joe Biden. Biden was hosting a ceremony in Delaware to introduce Mayor Marty Walsh has his Labor secretary and governor Gina Raimondo as his pick for secretary of commerce. In Rhode Island, Lieutenant Governor Dan McCay will step up to fill Raimondo shoes in Boston. The president of the City Council, will replace Walsh. Massachusetts,

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Biden Taps Boston Mayor Walsh, RI Gov. Raimondo for Cabinet Positions

Hugh Hewitt

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Taps Boston Mayor Walsh, RI Gov. Raimondo for Cabinet Positions

"Introducing Merrick Garland as his nominee for attorney general, along with three others for the senior Justice Department positions. He's also tapping Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Labor secretary, and Ryland governor, Gina Raimondo as lead the Commerce Department.

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Biden to nominate Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo to be commerce secretary

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to nominate Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo to be commerce secretary

"His selection of Marty Walshes. Labor Secretary. Walsh has been Boston's mayor since 2014. He served as president of laborers local to 23. Before he was Mayor. Walsh headed up the Boston Building Trades Union organization. Biden will also reportedly pick Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo to lead the Commerce Department. She's a former venture capitalist and previously served the state treasurer there. Raimondo will help set trade policy and promote opportunities for growth. Biden administration stance on international trade will likely market dramatic shift from President Trump's tariff heavy approach. Other news tonight,

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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Coronavirus stimulus bill. And this ABC, Steve Dorsey reports an announcement could come soon. Ah bipartisan $900 billion deal is expected to include 600 to $700 stimulus checks and extended unemployment benefits. The first vote on the bill could happen Thursday. Senate Democratic leader truck Schumer We are close to an agreement, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell congressional leaders on both sides are going to keep working until We got this job. The bill likely won't include coronavirus related liability protections for business is strongly opposed by Democrats. Steve Dorsey, CBS NEWS Washington On Beacon Hill, The House rejects Governor Baker's proposed changes to an abortion access proposal in the 2021 state budget. State lawmakers voted 49 to 107 to shoot down Baker's amendment five days after he returned the legislature's version. The 107 votes against Baker's amendment is the exact number house leaders would need to override a veto. The lawmakers version allows 16 and 17 year olds to receive abortions without requiring a parent or a judge to agree. Baker return the bill with an amendment that would scrap that change and maintain the status quo where anyone younger than 18 would need a parent or judge to approve an abortion. Boston City Council passes legislation to help make police officers accountable. Counselor Lydia Edwards earlier urged her colleagues to approve the measure that establishes the office of Police, Accountability and Transparency. I want that they actually This is a wonderful opportunity, and I encourage my colleagues to actually support What I think is a comprehensive, complicated but timely reform of our police department. Let me be very clear as we heard through the hearings. Andre working sessions. This time is now and people have been asking for this for some time, The council approved the ordinance 12 to 1. It can't go into effect until Mayor Walsh signs it six away time now for a check on Wall Street with Bloomberg. Deal to provide Americans and American businesses with pandemic financial relief is getting closer on Capitol Hill, according to lawmakers almost enough to send Wall Street higher today down lost 45. Even as the NASDAQ Rose, 63 S and P 500 up seven this afternoon, the Fed Reserve announces it is keeping its funds interest rate unchanged and predicts it will remain pegged near 0%. Through 2023. But it is also saying it will keep buying government bonds until the economy makes in its words substantial progress, especially in the area of employment. And rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up what you need to know, gearing up for tonight's major storm that smart speaker does more than play the hits. Oh, it's that Speaker could make you smart telling to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. That alone, Burt Hi, It's margin. Steven Cates, co owners of National Lumber. We have several kitchen views that national number when someone comes in. It's an immediate collaboration with the designer. It's a relationship that they built together. They stay up with the trends. There's not one style of one color. It works for everyone. Cabinets could be used for anywhere in the house. Bring it into the dining room family where him?.

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Boston Leaders Push Back Against Proposed MBTA Service Cuts

WBZ Midday News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Boston Leaders Push Back Against Proposed MBTA Service Cuts

"A service cuts are front and center at today's meeting at the fiscal Management Control Board. Presentation of proposed cuts is pushed back until next week after tea general manager Steve Pop tax says he's now more optimistic that a vaccine is on the horizon and Congress appears to be working toward a new stimulus bill popped out did say, however, that the MB TA is still very much bleeding money. I think some of these decisions could be delayed as far as fiscal year 2022 all this after community leaders and Boston came together and stood outside City Hall this morning, urging the Tita recon. Sitter. WBC's James RoHaas was their mayor. Walsh says the governor and the MBT a need to listen to those who are going to be directly impacted by cuts, cuts that include eliminating ferry service over two dozen bus routes as well as stops on the green line. We're racing Transportation on that has gonna have long term severe impacts, potentially to our city. To our state to our region on those of the concerns that I have in those concerns that the folks behind me have. The mayor was joined by City union and community leaders at Boston City Hall. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio

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

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 1 year 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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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A smaller volunteer force in a ceremonial turkey carving with Mayor Walsh outside If you'd like to help find ST dot org's has an Amazon list of things needed by guests. Listen, I personally I'm just so sad and heartbroken that We can't do it this year. Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio Learning has been tough during the pandemic on teachers, kids and even the parents all this year. And now in Worcester, there is a growing call for even Mohr change. Details from W. B. C's John Bay back black families together bills itself is a group that's focused on ending systemic racism and inequality for people in Worcester. In a statement. They say they want school resource officers removed from school buildings across the city. They say the dance of George Floyd and Briana Taylor will serve as a catalyst for change. They have been trying to convince state and city leaders to remove so called fallback teams from schools across the state. The group additionally wants diversity hiring within the school system, and the police Department Police Steve Steven sergeant says that everyone should stand against racism. He also says he is not seeing any cases of racism within his department. And the Worcester Barrel. John Baby W B Z Boston's news rating. Awesome consequences air now hitting Notre Dame following a spontaneous victory celebration this past weekend mandatory Corona virus testing is now underway for all students after many of them stormed the football fields in South Bend and threw parties to celebrate the double overtime. Victory of the fighting Irish over the Clemson Tigers. At that point, they were the number one team in the nation. Stricter penalties will be enforced for those who leave town before getting their results. 9 18 Sunshine 62 in Boston this Tuesday morning in the countdown is on. Four astronauts at the Kennedy Space Center are preparing for their launch to the international space Station. The space X Dragon crew is at the point where it's gotten very really Commander Michael Hopkins. We have Seen our rocket. We've seen our space vehicle resilience and we've seen our spacesuits. And so for an astronaut that's considered a pretty good day. Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi say they're ready for launch just before 8 P.m. Eastern time Saturday. This is the second human flight for the Crew Dragon, the first operational mission. With its crew about to spend six months aboard the space station. Peter King, CBS News Orlando complaints as of late as Faras. Our weather is concerned, however, problems elsewhere on the East Coast where tropical storm ADA drenches South Florida and the Florida Keys and threatens in the Gulf of Mexico once again to hit the Florida Panhandle..

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Boston Mayor Says Every Vote Needs to Be Counted

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 1 year 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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Boston mayor provides update on election preparations

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year 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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Boston Mayor: the last 10 days

Radio Boston

06:03 min | 1 year ago

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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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's made by mayor Walsh at the city hall press conference was to declare racism a public health crisis in the city of Boston we'll be back backing this declaration with initial investment three million dollars that's gonna be transferred from the police overtime budget to the Boston public health commission he also announced the formation of a new task force headed by former US attorney for Massachusetts wind but the task force will conduct an immediate review of force force powers off police force policies and other equity issues at the Boston police department the mayor expects recommendations from this task force in sixty days and I will be accepting any changes that they recommend to call upon Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio police commissioner William Ross says many recommendations for improvement already were being implemented in Boston but there's always room for more so even though we had many things in place we do want different ice on our policies procedures and we do want to move forward because we have one of the top community policing models and that means working in partnership with the community to solve problems and create a better quality of life for all this exactly what we're talking about today so the Boston police is not going to be defensive adversarial that's what makes us who we are today this is a community policing model and the people that we serve should have the expectation that this department will improve each and every year and I think we're taking those steps in Minnesota state legislature meeting in special session they're discussing policing reform proposals activists are pushing for changes to the criminal justice system J. Lani Hussein's executive director of the state's chapter of the council on American Islamic relations we believe in this moment Minnesota can lead the nation in true transformative criminal justice reforms and changes to the demands that had been there for quite some time in this country New York governor Andrew Cuomo signing into law new police accountability measures more on that from ABC's Erica thirsty the new laws include making police use of chill cold that result in injury or death a crime and a repeal of a measure that shielded police disciplinary records from public view governor Andrew Cuomo cast them as significant reforms and he mocked ideas being pushed in other states as window dressing there is no quick fix to this there is no well stop tear gas well change the uniforms Cuomo also signed an executive order that requires police departments to modernize their strategies or lose state aid Erin cutters he ABC news New York there have been ongoing protests demonstrations across the Commonwealth this afternoon we are mobilized Medford rallied in front of city hall and then marched in the city the protesters marching through downtown Oxbridge this afternoon also holding a moment of silence for lives lost the police brutality there's a nip in happening on Salem common beginning at the bottom of the hour elsewhere demonstration is planned for six o'clock tonight in front of the Salem police department five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes forty want to begin rob federal Sir north of town still dealing with the rough ride and one twenty eight north bound from route thirty eight and we'll bring up past crasher before North Avenue Wakefield this telephone study slow with curiosity Strydom from Wallace street in Lynnfield down to north have for ninety five on the northbound side is jammed up from mass have been Lauren sitting up towards a crash by two thirteen one is not too bad heading up to the Saugus stretch let's take a look now at the ride north on route three with them offering insurance road report S. thirteen minute ride on route three northbound from one twenty eighth a drug bill just wanted to life cycles at the traffic lights off the drum hill like this and that route three north is right on time through things world.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is gonna be a whole new ballgame Boston mayor Marty Walsh is concerned that efforts to fight the virus may die down as we approach the upcoming weekends WBZ's James Ross joins us live in tells us mayor Walsh is urging social distancing especially this weekend morning James good morning so now it may be tough but mayor Walsh's asking people not to flock to beaches or parks or give up on efforts to mitigate the virus's spread his main concern is that businesses are going to start re opening once again with people going back to work at a time when there's still a chance more could become infected I study showed that roughly ten percent of all Bostonians have either been copepods themselves or they have the antibody which says that over six hundred thousand Bostonians have not and don't put yourself in a race to become one of the folks that that are in the numbers I read every day so he's asking us not to go to the beach playing volleyball or anything like that because the city is still in the beginning phase of the pandemic with us looking at another eight to twelve months of battling the virus James R. O. hasta you Beezy Boston's newsradio gonna be tough to do this summer tourism season will no doubt take it hits this summer on Cape Cod but the sand is calling your name and it's expected that people are going to listen and head to the beach is there Cape Cod national seashore superintendent Brian Carlstrom has some new rules there for those who had to the beach a little extra distance between where they set up on the beach stroll said about twelve feet apart we get to beach blankets are just two people more room to walk around in between each other as having a good time out on the beach you are going to want to bring the sunscreen a face mask also Carlstrom says be on the lookout for great white sharks they're back fact there's a lot of work to do these days just to get to the beach happening this deadly gunfire overnight in Jamaica plain police first responded to this area of center street in Jamaica plain around ten PM officers found a man with a gun.

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Asked mayor Walsh about possibly setting up a field hospital in Boston we're talking very close to the state and seeing as far as what the capacities needed to these hospitals are going to need to test the market actually depending on what the surges and and and what would you say the surge that the the the largest amount of people that will need hospital care so boring conversations now about what's needed and what would be the best best potential places to be I worked on some of this work without homosexuality we've opened up about four different sites around the city to help out with the homeless population and in working with the state on on how to increase further capacity if needed we have that whole conversation on the way Boston now reporting nine hundred and thirty eight confirmed cases sixty eight people of recovered but three have died yesterday C. hearing arguments today on allowing the release of some prisoners from custody over covert nineteen concerns seven district attorneys have filed a brief opposing the move among them Cape and islands DA Michael o'keefe it's very ill advised and frankly irresponsible to suggests that large groups of prisoners should just automatically be released and that's what this petition and in its original form is seeking and you know it's it's it's not only unfair to the public to be replacing these prisoners but it's unfair to the to the prisoners themselves General Electric is being criticized for allegedly having inadequate covert nineteen protections for factory workers workers at the lan plan say the company is failing to provide basic supplies to ensure the plant is able to continue operating safely the claim says some resources like sanitizer soap and paper towels have been inconsistent and it it's an idea that's been around for a while but the corona virus outbreak is giving some new momentum to arguments that election should be held by mail several states have postponed primaries and Democrats behind the efforts say they'll keep pushing to require states to expand mail voting which is safer they argue than showing up at a crowded polling station this is a Bloomberg money minute more evidence today of a corona virus recession the Dow finished the quarter with a loss of twenty three percent the S. and P. not far behind down twenty percent in the past three months the nasdaq had fallen fourteen percent in the first quarter he averages finished the quarter with losses of one to almost two percent the Dow falling four hundred ten the nasdaq seventy four the S. and P. forty two for dell investors there was almost no place to hide only Microsoft finished the quarter with a gain of point zero one percent Boeing shares lost more than half their value Exxon Mobil and chevron nearly forty percent of theirs as the demand for oil and travel cratered J. C. Penney in urban outfitters have joined the retailers that are furloughed workers and Xerox is blaming the corona virus for its decision to end its hostile bid to buy H. P. for now a source tells Bloomberg it may revisit that idea in the future John.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Asked mayor Walsh about possibly setting up a field hospital in Boston we're talking very close to the state and seeing as far as what the capacities needed to these hospitals are going to need to test the market taxi depending on what the surges and and and what would you say the surge that the deed the largest amount of people that will need hospital care so boring conversations now about what's needed and what was the best best potential places to be I worked on some of this work without almost so these we've opened up about four different sites around the city to help out with the homeless population in in working with the state on on how to increase our capacity if needed we have that whole conversation on the way Boston now reporting nine hundred and thirty eight confirmed cases sixty eight people of recovered but three have died yesterday C. hearing arguments today on allowing the release of some prisoners from custody over covert nineteen concerns seven district attorneys have filed a brief opposing the move among them Cape and islands DA Michael o'keefe it's very ill advised and frankly irresponsible to suggest that large groups of prisoners should just automatically be released and that's what this petition and in its original form is seeking and you know it's it's it's not only unfair to the public to be replacing these prisoners but it's unfair to the to the prisoners themselves General Electric is being criticized for allegedly having inadequate covert nineteen protections for factory workers workers at the lan plan say the company is failing to provide basic supplies to ensure the plant is able to continue operating safely the claim says some resources like sanitizer soap and paper towels have been inconsistent and it it's an idea that's been around for a while but the corona virus outbreak is giving some new momentum to arguments that election should be held by mail several states have postponed primaries and Democrats behind the efforts say they'll keep pushing to require states to expand mail voting which is safer they argue then showing up at a crowded polling station this is a Bloomberg money minute more evidence today of a corona virus recession the Dow finished the quarter with a loss of twenty three percent the S. and P. not far behind down twenty percent in the past three months the nasdaq had fallen fourteen percent in the first quarter he averages finished the quarter with losses of one to almost two percent the Dow falling four hundred ten the nasdaq seventy four the S. and P. forty two for dell investors there was almost no place to hide only Microsoft finished the quarter with a gain of point zero one percent Boeing shares lost more than half their value Exxon Mobil and chevron nearly forty percent of theirs as the demand for oil and travel crater J. C. Penney in urban outfitters have joined the retailers that are furloughed workers and Xerox is blaming the corona virus for its decision to end its hostile bid to buy H. P. for now a source tells Bloomberg it may revisit that idea in the future John Doniger Bloomberg radio hi.

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05:55 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Postponement to September fourteenth however Boston public schools they'll be open next week mayor Walsh saying school is in session on Monday the president expected to declare that national emergency our top story this afternoon all in response to the corona virus pandemic the very latest in an update from ABC news president trump is expected to make an emergency declaration this afternoon clearing the way for federal aid for states and communities closing schools canceling events and the economic impact driven by the corona virus outbreak it comes as congressional leaders are trying to hammer out a relief deal for American treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says he thinks the administration is close to a deal with Pelosi on a co bid nineteen aid package while leading health expert Dr Anthony Fauci says testing should be more readily available soon I think in the next week or so you go to see an acceleration of availability of tests our experts J. A. B. C. news Washington Los Angeles county school district the latest to close the second largest district in the nation telling parents those closures start Monday Louisiana moving to postpone its presidential primary because of the corona virus pandemic it was going to be this Tuesday it's set to become the first state to make the change primary races set to take place Tuesday Sunday Joe Biden Bernie Sanders scheduled to debate without an audience in DC Michelle Franzen ABC news and it's one forty seven the first couple of Canada is in isolation over corona virus concerns as Justin Trudeau's wife's selfie test positive Mr Trudeau is feeling well is following all recommendations and her symptoms are mild says an email from the prime minister's communications director who adds that Justin Trudeau is in good health and because he has no symptoms will not be tested at this time the statement says the Canadian leaders continuing his duties and has been holding meetings on the phone and that is A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson reporting at one forty seven little is known about corona virus outbreaks in the world's most secretive countries but the United States has been keeping an eye on North Korea I'm Kathy McCormick at the Pentagon North Korea has not confirmed any coronavirus cases but it has been taking major steps to prevent it including militarily as one example they didn't fly an airplane for twenty four days general Robert Abrams is the commander of US forces in South Korea their armed forces has been fundamentally been on lockdown for about thirty days and only recently have they started routine training again North Korea also stepped up border checks and it's one forty eight when it comes to the Olympics later this summer for right now everything remains in place Japanese officials said on Friday they are determined to hold a safe and secure Olympics in Tokyo as scheduled this summer the statement came after president trump suggested Thursday the games might be delayed for a year trump spoke with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave Friday but reportedly did not discuss a postponement or the possibility of holding the games without spectators the international Olympic committee meanwhile says it will go along with guidelines from the World Health Organization in regard to any move on the game that is correspondent bills M. for with that reports should mean time how is all of this going to affect the campaign trail you heard an earlier report that debate is set to take place on Sunday night between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders but it is also expected to have other effects as these candidates keep campaigning for president in twenty twenty Joe Biden plans to stay at his home in Wilmington Delaware traveling only in the coming days as to the debate in Washington on Sunday this campaign is also instructing employees in field offices around the country to work from home in light of the threat of coronavirus beginning Saturday all of the Biden campaign offices feel that headquarters will be closed to the public Bernie Sanders campaign has asked all staff to work from home as well and will no longer hold large events or door to door canvasses instead moving to digital formats the trump campaign to is now giving campaign staffers the option of working remotely back Piper CBS news Washington it was an interesting fill in host from the world of politics on late night with Jimmy Kimmel A. B. C.'s taught intends that store it was the first night that the Jimmy Kimmel show began taping without a studio audience to the virus fears and mayor Pete play the late night host like he was born for the role when you don't have a real audience you have to fake one just like trump's inauguration during the opening monologue to judge that people were skeptical about I'm hosting a show like this but he's too inexperienced well a lot of people said I'd never get elected president and I showed that the staff interjected crowd shots from other events during the show booted judge interviewed special guests Todd and ABC news and it's one fifty now social media sites have taken to get some new action when it comes to getting rid of some bad actors Facebook and Twitter say they've taken down a network of fake accounts linked to Russia they operated out of Nigeria and Ghana and targeted people in the United States they were seen as engaging in foreign interference posing as non governmental organizations or personal blogs Twitter characterized the site says attempting to sow discord by engaging in race and civil rights issues Steve cave in CBS news also learned of an era in Florida in a dot and a dash the telegraph his ended here Florida lawmakers approving a bill that removed an entire chapter of state law that regulates the telegraph industry including a fifty dollar fine for not delivering a message to labor fee of course was a big deal long before instant messages social media and even the telephone but lawmakers say it's been seventy five years since Florida courts have had to decide a case involving the telegraph industry who knew Peter king CBS news Orlando it's one fifty one on this busy Friday afternoon only getting busier out there on those roadways we've got traffic and weather together on the way next WBZ.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Clouds and sun that's what we have right now and a temperature of thirty four degrees mayor Walsh's put his seventh annual state of the city address in the box hitting on transportation with the T. being a big focus mayor also announcing big plans when it comes to housing and education WBZ TV is at a moderate for transportation mayor Walsh has asked the Boston police department to strengthen traffic enforcement and he's also calling for Boston to have a seat on the board of the MBTA to improve public transportation in the city and for the first time in Boston's history they will issue city funded rental vouchers will find the money for it from the revenue where we're earning here in the state the money would also come from the sale of a downtown garage and a tax on high end real estate sales that would have to be okayed by the legislature walls pledged to dedicate five hundred million dollars over the next five years great thousands of homes across Boston affordable to families with low and middle incomes while rain has brought some relief to firefighters in the drought parched east coast of Australia thunderstorms have raised concerns of more fires will be sparked by lightning strikes when hot and windy conditions return and return they will forecasters say this week that CBS correspondent Jim Yukos reports from New South Wales is only one of the big hurdles firefighters face one of the biggest challenges for fire officials right now is smoke that's hampering air operations near the port of even in New South Wales as your reward.

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It a waste get out again they yeah we mayor Walsh has just arrived it is also spreading Christmas cheer at the convention center Kevin Coleman WBC Boston's news radio Christmas a joyous religious day on the Christian calendar celebrating the birth of Christ Catholic parishes and Protestant congregations alike preparing for the big day WBZ's James row houses of the old south church with more of what's in store for those celebrating Christmas Eve all south churches looking beautiful adorned with decorations it's a busy day with advance service activities planned but Christmas Eve that's when the church is really expecting to fill up several times over senior minister Nancy Taylor with the five o'clock service for families it's an impromptu of pageants where little children can come in be dressed if they like and and as an animal an angel or shepherd we have an eight o'clock more formal service of lessons and carols and then eleven o'clock service which and sit outside under the stars with the singing of silent night by candlelight in the back bay James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's news radio this weekend before Christmas the nation's airports are busy millions of Americans taking to the skies to spend the holiday with family and loved ones they can get through airport security can be time consuming with so many travelers but as ABC's Stephanie Ramose reports from the Guardia airport there are some ways to speed up that process if you're traveling with kids do not wrap that because TSA may need to search them and do know what items go in your carry on or checked bags you're bringing food solid items can go in your carry on so go ahead and pack the fruitcake that's okay but if it's something you can spell or spread it needs to go in your checked bag and also be early TSA recommends you arrive two hours early for domestic flights and three hours early if you're flying internationally if you're flying out of Logan airport to better check your there are delays and cancellations twelve thirty three oh WBZ traffic and weather together let's begin with the silver retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is David trouble you know give us a little but we have a problem on storage Dr Mike about nine thirty this morning a truck carrying transformers hit one of the offramp said the Longfellow bridge and also hit another car the transformers have been leaking the league has been under control but storage drive east bound has been closed so everyone has to exit store drive east out the Longfellow bridge and go around Charles circle is almost at a standstill for mass out close to a half hour delay now no reports of problems on com out or the mass pike or across the river in Cambridge on memorial drive if folks want to try to use those as alternates now westbound soro drive as a lease to the Charles circle exit because of the extractive any around Charles circle so that means the lever connector inbound is seeing brake lights getting on to store a drive expressway north bound pockets of congestion from granite out past Columbia road and then it's slow for massive through the o'neill tunnel to the exit to store Dr David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three is traffic and weather together we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now sunny to partly cloudy for the balance of the Sunday before Christmas the high today forty five clear skies tonight the overnight low thirty for the city's chilly or the suburbs down in the twenties Monday dawned sunny with a high of fifty two Tuesday Christmas Eve continued sunny with a high of forty five and Wednesday Christmas day partly sunny with a high temperature of forty two degrees right now we are at forty two degrees in Boston twelve thirty five WBZ a pause in the impeachment of.

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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The commissioners here mayor Walsh and also governor Baker board members we've heard from them as well talking about how Boston was not even on the radar but the energy of its communities convince them to bring the convention to the city that this application the association's first charter the convention scheduled to come to town this coming July out on the campaign trail today senator Elizabeth Warren spending time in New Hampshire today talking economic policy over at Saint Anselm college and warn has been struggling in the granite state the past few weeks recent poll showing her in fourth place right now behind mayor people to judge former VP Joe Biden and senator Bernie Sanders in time it appears the worn campaign is pushing to be the first in the primary to hire some field staff in Pennsylvania that state is a late primary state and if it goes her way it could be a pretty big price Pennsylvania in the democratic race has the fifth most primary delegates well she's making this movie could have a fight from V. P. Joe Biden of course yes his campaign headquarters in Philly and a lot of deep political connections there next democratic debate though is coming up next week today's the last state that a candidate can qualify if they haven't already south bend Indiana mayor people to judge telling CBS this morning why it is that he accepts donations from large donors if somebody wants to contribute to my campaign to support us in taking on Donald Trump then we're going to need to bring everything we've got to that site I have seven hundred thousand donors I believe the average donation to my campaign is thirty two dollars and so far seven candidates for the democratic side of qualified for this debate including buddy judge former VP Joe Biden senator Sanders Warren and any club which are also on the stage next week billionaire Tom's dire and entrepreneur Andrew Yang two oh eight time for Bloomberg business let's take a look at how things are going today we say hello to mark mills hello yeah things not going too badly will get to the numbers in a moment California wants to cut back on transportation emissions and air regulators are proposing forcing half of all medium and heavy trucks sold in the state to be zero emission vehicles in just over a decade if this is adopted the rules would be the nation's first in a state that has some of the country's worst air quality stocks are advancing as president trump said that the US and China are very close to signing a quote big trade deal the Dow was up one thirty eight S. and P. five hundred getting half a percent nasdaq about four tenths percent the Bloomberg WBZ Massachusetts stock index up just over half a percent serwis therapeutics in Cambridge leading the way up nine percent I'm mark mills Bloomberg business on WABC Boston's news radio if your hair loss.

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Walsh and center at marquee will help distribute thousands of mails for thanksgiving at pine street in later this morning more than twelve hours after a massive blast rocked the TPC group plan import nature's tax as another fiery explosion shook the area again yesterday afternoon officials at this point have no estimate for how much time is needed to bring it completely under control China is putting the U. S. on notice threatening countermeasures after president trump signed two bills supporting anti government protesters in sound gone over now to Texas again officials right now really have no estimate for how much time it they need to bring under control that Texas chemical plant fire ignited by a series of explosions at a Wednesday night news conference Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik said officials have been unable to determine what caused the two explosions earlier in the day at the TPC group planned because of a loss of electric power in the port Neches plant a mandatory evacuation meanwhile was issued for areas within a four mile radius of the plant because of the potential for more explosions police are investigating a fatal construction accident on bank road in Haverhill the victim is identified as Dennis Robertson of Manchester New Hampshire here's more from WBZ TV's Katie brace mid morning first responders recall to four ninety five over the Merrimack River in Haverhill Robertson and another man were helping prepare the for its for demolition phase when they file Robertson died at the scene the other man is in the hospital with serious injuries the exact circumstances of the incident are still currently unknown investigators do not know if there was operator or mechanical error should did send out a reminder telling workers to use fall protection systems and restraints there are now investigating gonna trust that the process will do what it's supposed to do correct the things where it needs to be corrected and if necessary go further distance construction on the bridge replacement project is now halted for the next several weeks this is our worst day but as a Christian who is in heaven eternally with god this is his best day and we're gonna celebrate that Robertson's brother says even though his death hurts they will celebrate his life the two workers who were subcontractors for S. P. S. construction fell out of a telescopic boom and then landed on a barge that was approximately forty to fifty feet below ocean will continue to investigate an injured Worcester firefighter who is saved by lieutenant Jason Minard is now released from the hospital firefighter Christopher pace was injured at a four alarm blaze at a home on Stockholm street earlier this month he escapes through a third floor window with the help of lieutenant Minard who died in the line of duty pace was seriously boredom broke more than a dozen bones he was released from UMass memorial this week at lieutenant minority funeral Christopher's brother Daniel said his actions are the reason my only brother is still here today and because of that we are forever indebted to the entire Minard family as you sit down to thanksgiving dinner today with your friends and family consider what's on your plate here's more from WBZ's Karen regal I do like Turkey that like her to use because I admire their moxie and their general attitude towards life do what you want to the Turkey hit will have its revenge sitting on your car colonizing your yard standing in the street in refusing to move your hog chasing her toddlers they're unstoppable Brookline artist Caroline burns is inspired making posters and art out of turkeys and they're struck with a lot of negative energy directed towards them and I thought maybe let's just take it down a notch poke fun at it play with it a little bit you can see her art at Brookline turkeys dot com.

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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Greater Boston labor council is holding its annual Labor Day breakfast celebration it is taking place very shortly in about fifteen minutes from nine to eleven this morning at the Boston park plaza hotel among the schedule speakers today are Richard Rogers he's the executive secretary treasurer of the council mayor Walsh will be there as well along with senator ed Markey congresswoman Aryana Presley Attorney General Maura Healey and secretary of state bill Galvin meanwhile congressman Joe Kennedy who is considering challenging senator Markey for his U. S. Senate seat will also attend the breakfast today the M. R. eight K. in honor of the youngest victims of the Boston Marathon bombings Martin Richard will also begin in about fifteen minutes at nine AM on guest street in Brighton at the warriors arena about two thousand runners are expected to participate today making their way through downtown and wrapping up around eleven AM there is also a Labor Day March today scheduled to begin at Copley square at twelve fifteen hundreds of people will be proceeding on Boylston street to the Boston common a day after all sting Christmas the moving and schlepping are still in full force ABC's Derry holding says moving a kid to college is very tough and this could make things a little easier if you've moved a kid into a dorm room you know literally they give you a list of everything they need for their dorm room and for campus consumer expert Janice Lieberman says a lot of people buy those things at home and then they packed them in the car for the ride. is that campus so this year why not lighten the load she says a number of stores let you order all of those items where you live and then pick them up in another place like bed bath and beyond to pack an old servicing your child can pick it up at their bed bath and beyond whether that's in Tampa des Moines or Sacramento were any other location where they have a store Terry L. Bittner ABC news a high stakes high pressure week of political intrigue surrounding brexit here's ABC's Tom reverse in London has opposition politicians try to race through legislation that would stop but no deal.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Walsh's top aides go to trial this week on charges they bullied music festival organizers into hiring union workers if they wanted city permits city tourism chief Kenneth per set and director of inter governmental relations Timothy Sullivan are charged with extortion stemming from the twenty fourteen Boston calling music festival the trial starts tomorrow a house committee chairman says president trump impeachable crimes will be explained at this week's congressional hearing with former special counsel Robert Muller asked about the molar reporter toward presents a very substantial evidence that the president is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors house judiciary chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler on fox news Sunday we think it's very important for the American people to hear directly what the facts are because this is a president who is violated the law six ways from Sunday if anyone else had been accused of what the report finds the president had done they would've been indicted Republicans promise sharp questioning of Mahler on what they consider a one sided report trucks Iverson ABC news WBZ radio will have full coverage of Muller's testimony Wednesday beginning at eight thirty AM with a special report at seven o'clock that evening soccer fans takeover Fenway Park as Liverpool takes the pitch Fenway Park takes down the baseball diamond and replaces it with a soccer pitch as Liverpool one of the most recognizable football clubs in the world takes over America's most beloved ball park not caught up with fans who traveled here from all over the country including Diane from San Diego who tells me how excited she is to finally see your favorite team in person.

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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of mayor Walsh's top aides go on trial this week on charges they believe music festival organizers into hiring union workers if they wanted city permits city tourism chief Kenneth per set and director of inter governmental relations Timothy Sullivan are charged with extortion stemming from the twenty fourteen Boston calling music festival trial starts tomorrow a house committee chairman says president trump's impeachable crimes will be explained at this week's congressional hearings with former special counsel Robert Muller asked about the molar reporters portraits hence very substantial evidence that the president is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors house judiciary chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler on fox news Sunday we think it's very important for the American people to hear directly what the facts are because this is a president who is violated the law six ways from Sunday if anyone else had been accused of what the report finds the president had done they would've been indicted Republicans promise sharp questioning of Mahler on what they consider a one sided report chucks Iverson ABC news WBZ radio will have full coverage of Muller's testimony Wednesday beginning at eight thirty AM with a special report at seven o'clock that evening soccer fans take over Fenway as Liverpool takes the pitcher the ball park Fenway Park takes down the baseball diamond and replaces it with a soccer pitch as Liverpool one of the most recognizable football clubs in the world takes over America's most beloved ball park not caught up with fans who traveled here from all over the country including Diane from San Diego who tells me how excited she is to finally see your favorite team in person very excited about the game.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fingerprint me, this was the mayor today mayor Walsh. We also have to take another look at over. We also have to take another look at over and left. I mean in light of what happened over the last couple of days when when the legislature did it Bill up there, you know, we were looking for more restrictions. And I honestly think we have to take a serious look at maybe fingerprinting people and looking at ways of protecting people that young women and men are going into these vehicles and making sure that they're safe. You saw the woman down in South Carolina, get into a vehicle that she thought was an over vehicle, and she was murdered. Hold on. I you can't blame Uber for her murder. But the fact of the matters does she called the cab? She would have known. It was a cap. I mean, Uber Uber. Vehicles live vehicles. Look exactly like regular cost. Go ahead. Larry, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. Candy. Now a little town. Do you have to be investigated by the police department? It takes five weeks ago through the process, they go going to get a license from the selectmen. They take your picture to put it on a photo ID display. This is just for liveries. Taxis as well. As limousine services bus companies. Everybody's supposed to have a license from the municipality in which the vehicles registered in. And they don't have to do that for a little lift. Well, there's a lot of questions, and again, we're focusing tonight on scoot scoot is just gonna make driving in Massachusetts, even more difficult. Larry appreciates call very much. Thank you have a great night. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. First time caller is always welcome. This is not a question of a right or wrong. I don't know. There's a right answer or wrong answer. I know what my view is. I'd like to know what yours is six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine thousand nine ten thirty. If you did have had prior experience using a scooter one of these bird or lime scooters or whatever companies might exist. Elsewhere as as we heard last hour from Travis and Milton love to hear your experience. If you happen to be in Brookline and saw this going down today. Love to hear your experience. It was one woman. Who was injured already? She apparently was one of the first people to try, and although thanks, thankfully, she wasn't injured badly. She fell off a scooter during Brooklyn's pilot program launch at Brookline town home six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine thousand nine hundred thirty my name is Dan Rae. This is nightside feel free to tell you about that program. There's no large against that coming right back on nightside. Nightside.

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"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mayor walsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Greatly reduced mayor Walsh's urging all residents and businesses to shovel and salt their sidewalks. Immediately this morning, it's five thirty two WBZ's Doug cope joins us. Now. He is out on the roads. Braving the elements. Good morning, Doug. Good morning. Tina, I'm out over one twenty eight in Lexington in a service area here. I hope you can hear the better. Of ice pellets on the umbrella that I'm holding right now, it has been sleeping outside for the last couple of hours frozen ice pellets falling from the sky now, I measured five inches of snow on the ground here in Lexington measured two inches of snow earlier this morning, Donna the south shore. It is definitely colder here. It is twenty nine degrees here in Lexington. It was thirty two degrees in the city and the south shore seeing some changeable weather conditions, but Tina has been sleeping heavily for the last couple of hours and traveling on the roadways has mascot dot was his telling you a couple of minutes ago is well kind of tricky this morning roads, mainly are snow, covered and slippery the closer you get to the city. The better the road conditions are generally you're going to be doing about thirty five miles an hour. Maybe forty on some of the major roadways with the plows are out as I'm here in Lexington right now, there's a line of plows going by southbound on one twenty eight out there doing their job. Job. Tub cope WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Wow. That sound is. Unbelievable. Doug. Thank you very much for that update. Stay safe Albert curling about ninety people. According to me, Ma are without power that number is expected to go up throughout the day. We'll certainly keep you updated on power outages all.

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