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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Am awake news time six twenty three we're old check traffic and weather together right now as I look out the window studio B. it is very wet this morning but also very green south let's look on the bright side however it's not really helping things on the roadways Roger brand has the latest in the steeple traffic center no it's not but that's all the case whenever it rains we have problems even when there's like a rolling on these highways we still have trouble out here we had a couple of accidents to start the morning off or on the interstate's westbound to seventy north county the clear that one that was at the interval that's good news for this to work in this one involving a tractor trailer and multiple vehicles on eastbound forty four as you enter the Merrimack River bridge construction zone just before G. seventy only the left lane is open on the spot forty four and it's a solid champ after basically falls Avenue ninety four poly they're wrapping up an earlier earlier accident with injuries at westbound three seventeen year through the report of a car for a voice on Friday can't find it right now is to offer with all the marketing an overturned vehicle accident they said the vehicle was abandoned so I guess that means nobody was hurt but that's on a one eleven at or rather Sinclair Avenue near one eleven my trees so watch for maybe some minor restrictions or no police are on scene trying to figure out what all happened after that see and then south county north of and we have a report of tree branches blocking the southbound lane of D. at that point as well so this take it easy on the roads are wet plan a couple extra minutes at least on your commute hopefully will get by without too many more accidents also to correspond out he's not sixty four east of Alice recently next update at six thirty for most people traffic center we are going to get periods of rain throughout the day today with a high of sixty five partly cloudy tonight low forty eight some early sun tomorrow will give way to clouds a high of seventy.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Don't think he was an agency offering plans from different insurance carriers no government or Medicare affiliation coverage and special rates not available in all counties are cases it is seven forty let's go to Roger brand he is in the steeple traffic center what's up the good news of for the service of what I wrote third sounds like forty four at the Merrimack River bridge Joe was he's found a little lane they had that earlier one was fined seventy reports a couple are women but just like that but that was the case other than that things are doing pretty well highways are pretty quiet right now I don't have too many incidents out there to be concerned about is that the case will solve auto well the most recent one was around seventy cave springs that they've moved to the right shoulders again I thought your way not blocking anything report's gonna be blocking your way though on a route thirteen are coming up toward a Baldwin road up past the casket here river past one fifty six looks like that's where the work zone is right around one fifty six is whether getting all of the delays there and again it gets pretty expensive want to get the set up by looks like double over north of forty fourth not too bad yet they're working maybe looks like closer to the Manchester highway one hundred and traffic seems to be doing fairly well a little busy there on all one forty one after roaming creek single volume in the area there but I have a feeling it's just due to the electric signals also six channel to get set up on eastbound seventy doubling down between kings highway and branch in the city in addition to all forty four business forty four rather between interchange chart intagram drive in the county line of course they should be working or travelling via hard road and Franklin County as well if you're leasing or commercial or industrial flat roof there's only one company to call the flat roof company for their great reputation excellent service and great prices at three one four nine nine five.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Blanchard pursue that works on the works on forty four the Merrimack River to Jefferson still it delays the bridges downtown west founder still clear next update at seven forty from the steeple traffic center you might see some areas of fog where you are otherwise we could see some sunny breaks a little bit later this afternoon and a high of fifty three forty two overnight and warming up to fifty one tomorrow it's thirty seven out there right now it's seven thirty one CBS news update the federal reserve is just announced steps it says will help households small and large businesses survive the pandemic it comes after the Senate failed to move a two trillion dollar coronavirus relief package forward last night correspondent Nancy Cordes said publican leader Mitch McConnell is still eager to hold a final vote on all of this today all senators wanting to send that reassuring message to the markets to businesses and to work how do you measure progress in the fight Surgeon General Jerome Adams when you look at the China data they were able to hit their peak and come back down get about six to eight weeks when you look at the elite out of there still going up so we are somewhere between the two here shots a primary care doctor in Arizona he says he and his co workers need more protective gear people that literally are wearing bandannas because they have nothing better than that to protect themselves from the respiratory droplets of patients were infected with cold nineteen CBS news update I'm Peter king all right well stay at home orders taking effect on the Missouri side of the river today we've got Saint Louis county at a minute after midnight St Louis city at six P. M. tonight state of Illinois took effect on Saturday and joining us now is St Louis county executive Dr Sam page thank you for your time and how does this work if somebody is maybe in their car they're headed to the grocery store or they're headed to a shop like the novel neighbor to do a drive by pick up of something they've ordered a will they be stopped and asked you know are you out for an essential purpose or is this really on the trust of St Louis county residents to to limit their outside exposure to what they really need to be doing well good morning and thanks for the question certainly this is a new way of doing doing things in St Louis county but I think we have to understand that the state home order does not apply to essential business or sensual activity such as going to the grocery store the grocery stores will remain open in St Louis county restaurants will remain open for takeout first responders police and fire was selling to their calls and all of our healthcare facilities will be open essential government services are aren't going to be available as well so this is really about essential services otherwise we really need folks to stay home as we try to limit the spread of corona virus in our community what was the the factor that was the tipping point that led to this at this regional decision I think we're watching the number of cases climb in St Louis county we believe even a week ago that we had some early signs of community spread and then yesterday of course we had an uptick in the number of cases in St Louis county we now have fifty five cases that have been confirmed and how long does it stay in effect for because people may have heard the the national calls for the fifteen days to slow the spread about how long do these singles reach in order stay in effect for all this initially what will be in effect for thirty days we'll review it and hopefully we can begin to ease restrictions we'll see how things are going we believe that we've gotten to this early as compared to the rest of the country but we really need to see how the Tesco and our hospitals and healthcare systems respond to the expected influx of patients and what's your evaluation of the way that the health systems have ramped up their testing and and the amount of test kits that we've been able to get funneled into the Saint Louis area I certainly I I talked to doctors all over the country and they have the same concerns we don't have enough testing in our country we understand that and we're going to do the best we can with what we have I think that the hospital systems in the St Louis region have responded remarkably the working together cohesively they meet and talk every day about our systems our capacities their needs and how they gather supplies and they're preparing to respond as a community all right St Louis county executive Dr Sam page we know you're busy so we thank you so much for your time this morning thank you doctor page joining us on total information A. 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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The service of the Federal Communications Commission if you're traveling on eastbound highway seventy of the small traffic eastbound as you come in from just about ninety four up to the Blanchard bridge constructors once by the little busy through there but not as bad double trouble respond forty four others an accident eastbound forty four just immediately east overall they originally said the eastbound lanes are closed but it looks like traffic may be getting through there's a little bit of a back up there and we have this injury accident on eastbound forty fourth in a Saint Louis county if you spot forty port Louis Robert just before Lewis road right the Merrimack River valley blockage there he's five forty four GM approaching one oh nine due to that north country seventies gables Florida project Manchester walking pace they're no big deal he spent sixty four little busy asking about west and east by forty four the food works or Jefferson I touch on the heavy side five or five thirty five north of burial will stall on the right shoulder I can see if there's a way for motorist assist and that'd be a great candidate to donate to goodwill amber's Google dot org help someone out and do some good on the only side west bound to deprive seventies a little heavy between two or three exchange you watch free TV with an antenna or some of your local channels missing finally get my re scanning your TV using your vote not sure how learn more FCC dot gov slash TV re scan next update at six fifty from the steeple traffic center KMOX news time is six forty one and it's time for us to check in with dean devore the forecast is sponsored by your comfort service heating and cooling getting your comfort zone with zero percent financing from air comfort service dot com and dean about an hour ago it's just cloudy and then we started seeing lightning loud thunder now it is pouring in downtown Saint Louis yeah and this is.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Jeans cable news time is eight ten Roger branded the Stiefel traffic center that's what a busy morning time leases for volume a lot more than yesterday I was a west bound to seventy three sixty seven to hold very still kinda heavy eastbound seventy there's a little sold out of sheer uses seventy nine but still jam was presentable and different works on three sixty four still pretty solid from east of younger men up through a river valley drive east on sixty four to the Chesterfield valley actually slows down before you get to the blue bridge stop it'll stuff all the way through to relate because of an accident plus at northerners forty at that point then it's slow Geddes delivered into about Big Bend westbound sixty four from gosh the the kings highway area out to a big band is backed up looks like he's about sixty four there's also jamming one more time things are we have to worry about so we should have an incident there north county seventy test unfair to Manchester part of operation forty four used a ball balls through to the Merrimack River bridge got delayed so going each way of forty four eastbound kings highway to grant westbound from fifty five Jefferson or five fifty five just slow but it is forty five in a Broadway after a forty four yard construction delays westbound seventy four west fourth Avenue gym station of every traffic about fifty five seventies cleared out forty one eleven finally bit slow from two or three of pockets across the poplar street bridge next update at eight twenty from the steeple traffic center it's going to be mostly sunny breezy and mild today afternoon highs getting up to about sixty to sixty four chilly tonight with the gusty breeze skies are mainly clear we drop.

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Body Of Missing Chelmsford Woman Found In Merrimack River

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Body Of Missing Chelmsford Woman Found In Merrimack River

"The body of a chance for a woman who disappear last month has been found the Middlesex district attorney's office as the body of Susan willing was found yesterday morning in the Merrimack River by an employee of a company that cleans that river the woman was reported missing out of Chelmsford on December twentieth she was last seen on Kennedy

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Insisted on the voice of the cardinals cable works this time is six ten Roger branded the steeple traffic center I see a lot of green out there we off to a good start this pretty quiet right now time which is great news now again we had some frost overnight to the could be some slick spots the careful especially bridges overpasses on offerings right now things are in pretty good shape a couple of incidents with tractor trailers though other minor it sounds like that's up on two seventy south to secure for the report of a tractor trailer stalled that was were reportedly one of the center lane they can't quite tell the government out of the way and then on highway or it's on reader road actually just immediately south of highway fifty it's a tractor trailer off the roadway in metro east and the centre virtually crews to that scene but it sounds like it is on a reader road and not on highway fifty four right near highway fifty on reader so that's good news is not a one of the main thoroughfares well on your way to work there other than that we just have a little ball in building downtown westbound sixty four for the seventy split up to the third three constructions on started to back up a bit but was there was fine across Bob work usual but as we can leverage is great it is clear a minor accident he spent thirty of the Merrimack River you may find a little slow down there sounds like they're reformed get it actually at the commuter parking locked up closer to our way to seventy six updated six twenty for most people traffic center the weather is sponsored for you by Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn express this is accurate either all the juicy divorce sun mixing with some clouds of the milder this afternoon the high getting up to fifty one clear cold tonight down about thirty to thirty five plenty of sunshine.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Home and then around the windows and a few other decorative areas they put drive it in and we're having such a problem with the woodpeckers and they packed the hole and then all the other birds come in and make the holes huge I didn't know if there's anything we could do to get rid of these woodpeckers Sir woodpeckers are tough as they now are like squirrels once they find a place they keep coming back the the way to think through this Cheryl is a predator some of those woodpeckers you know the big P. lated would be how they're protected species you can't in all right anything with them but you can still scare on quite substantially with an owl or a hawk a snake I've even been to a home one of my most interesting visits I was I want to see someone and they lived up above the Merrimack River down in the valley park area and I was at the door and it was how the middle of the woods I need warehouse which to where we could Packers would rule the roost literally and I was hearing this hawk sound he had wired the outside of his home with little speakers underneath the overhangs to where he had a CD that played this recording and he had a wood cedar hall but I so what you know so I went in and we talked for my so what what is that that's pretty clever and he was an I. T. guy so he just Wierd this thing up and that was the only way he could get the woodpeckers was make a sound and then he had to change the sound so it went from an owl two a hawk to a different species of hawk but anyway the point is whatever a predator is for that creator in your case a woodpecker wherever those places are I would post you know owl or hawk or something like that you have to move them around because mother nature's pretty smart that you have a plastic Ali does move in a year and a half they just come back the holes in it go at it again so well I tried it we've tried the owl and we've tried to snakes but I don't know maybe we'll do that you know this sounds and maybe that'll work yeah they are destructive well it with you've got to drive it to fall it is so easy to penetrate that is a really good surface and it's great for insulation and all that you know poking a hole in that foam on the exterior is not difficult so it's got a little quarter inch thickness of plaster and then then it's into that phone so right yeah that's tough once if you could call you know somebody like a you.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weighed in on the firing of the M. B. T. A.'s chief safety officer he's okay with it as we hear for WBZ's Karen regal governor Charlie Baker says no issues more important to the T. than safety and then went on to sing a song he sung before money being put into the M. B. T. able results to be seen well down the tracks investing significantly on what I call the core of the system the bridge the bridge is the third rail all the rest has been a big part of what we've been up to the governor says the firing of Ron Nichols was justified I support the decision that they made to terminate he and his attorney however say it was retaliation for sitting down with the feds laying out allege safety issues including those nectar to the red line run away train a few years ago but the governor Charles down Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio following that deadly motorcycle crash in New Hampshire state lawmakers will look into mistakes made at the Massachusetts registry of motor vehicles the registrar recently resigned after the agency failed to suspend the license of the driver charged with negligent homicide in the crash that killed seven people a review of the incident also found state officials had failed to process thousands of paper notices out of state motor vehicle violations an oversight hearing is scheduled for later this month sentencing day for map for just the Lawrence teen convicted of the killing of sixteen year old Lee Manuel Viloria Paulino a high school classmate three years ago it was deemed to be first degree murder with a deliberate premeditation and extreme atrocity or cruelty the two were both sophomores at Lawrence high school at the time Paulino is body was found along the Merrimack River first degree murder in Massachusetts carries an automatic sentence of life in prison this is a subject of student loan debt front and center in a meeting on Beacon Hill WBZ's care Carl Stevens was there along with a number of students UMass Boston graduate feet okay so it was one of many college grads who came here to testify in support of the student loan bill of rights to to measure designed to help student loan borrowers like veto deal with their mountains of debt he graduated with a debt of around fifty thousand dollars well I think like many millennials are.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The Merrimack river, just understand that if you're driving those areas near Fenton and Arnold and parts of South County near the Mississippi River. You're going to run into some closures due to flooding in that area. And hopefully those water will recede soon again those closures expected between may thirty first and June seventh. Depending on the spot that you're traveling as for our weather today. Hot and humid. Conditions Brian, yes, Sarah is going to be a high of ninety two degrees, a possible shower thunderstorm in the north and west of the city tonight. It'll cool off down to seventy one tomorrow, sun and clouds. Once again, hot and humid high of ninety then as the week goes on starts to taper off, as far as the temperature is concerned, cloudy and sunny possible shower thunderstorm, high of eighty four that's on Wednesday Thursday, we go down even further seventy nine degrees and then Friday, sun with a thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon. A high of seventy nine right now. It is sixty nine and Edwardsville, seventy degrees in Saint Charles cloudy and seventy downtown at the arch. The news continues at eight twenty two. Here's what we were just talking about with Chris Kerber the blues play by play announcer. John Kelly getting his chance to call a Stanley Cup final. His last turn in the Fox Sports midwest broadcast booth was during the blues first round series against Winnipeg. Three. This is crazy. In three decades calling hockey games. Kelly has never.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jeff stocks are rallying after one of the worst Decembers on record today. The Dow was up four hundred eighty points in climbing. That's two point two percent. The NASDAQ is up one hundred ninety s and p's up. Fifty four investors seemed to be welcoming Kevin Hassett assurance that fed chair drone. Powell's job is safe. Has it chairs the White House? Council of economic advisers on Friday, Bloomberg reported that President Trump was asking about firing Powell the Massachusetts minimum wage goes up to twelve bucks an hour January first Nasr, we know it's supposed to go up to fifteen and twenty twenty three. But the Boston Globe reports some employers are not waiting. They're paying fifteen dollars an hour. Now, the idea is to beat the competition to attract and retain workers in this very tight labor market. I'm Martin to Carrow. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio twelve thirty nine nothing. But sunshine in Boston little chilly, though. Thirty three degrees. We'll take it. Get rich quick in time for the new year WBZ's. Ben Parker says it's been a couple of months since a winner has been declared and either mega millions or Powerball. Jackpots are only getting bigger with no winner in mega millions since the one point five billion dollar prize was hit October twenty third. Friday's growing is estimated at three hundred and forty eight million dollars. Tonight's Powerball is almost three hundred million. It was lasted in October. Kristen teachers spokesman for the mass lottery. I asked him. What impact it might be on sales went to jackpots are climbing together a little bit difficult to gauge? But we did look last time that one point five billion last time for mega millions. It didn't have the same sales that we saw from the one point six billion dollar Powerball drawing from two years prior to that. So it's kind of unclear whether it's just because they're already been a billion jackpot a couple of years ago, or the fact that there was a high Powerball jackpot alongside. Always the lottery remind you to play responsibly. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. We'll despite concerns that father time may be catching up finally to Tom Brady. The patriots quarterback says he plans on playing next year. Brady tells Westwood one's Jim gray that he has goals for two thousand nineteen and beyond and that he will continue to give it all. He's got. Now. Remember Brady's forty one right now. He has previously said he plans to play into his mid forties. And he also says as long as he plays. He wants to do. So at a championship level age. You get one of them Amazon echoes under the tree this year. Will if you did and you want to get all the news, weather, traffic, and sports all you have to do is say, hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. See that. Pretty simple twelve forty one. Now, here's something you don't see every day a harbor seal in the Merrimack river WBZ's Carl Stevens with more from the sighting in Hazel. It's not unusual for harbor seals to hang out at the mouth of. Merrimack river. But what's a harbor seal do in in April is probably about twelve or thirteen miles by water Merrimack, Tony Lukasz with the New England aquarium tells WBZ it's pretty rare to see a harbor seal that far in on the Merrimack river, but the seal might be looking to expand his culinary menu a little bit. There are many fewer fish along the coast, and so taking a little foray upriver and finding a good Christmas meal is probably good strategy on his part Carl Stevens.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Host, Mike Miller, odd, k wax. Yes, folks. Good garni. We are live and lively from Saint Louis composting valley park location, which is on avenue just north of forty four between really forty four. And we're the Merrimack river. No, no, no, no, no doesn't matter. But it's right on one. Resolve alum is right off one forty one. There's a stop light. You don't have to worry about all the construction seems to be done it road wise, but there is some construction right here by Saint Louis composting. So, but it doesn't interfere with your ability to come out in today's a perfect data. Come to Saint Louis composting any of the locations because they're not overloaded with work because of the weather and everything else. So if you have questions or concerns or comments, you stop by Saint Louis composting the locations are, of course, the valley park location where we are Belleville facility. That's on mine hall road floor some facilities on county park road, Maryland heights facility Pacific facility and the city of Saint Louis. Solely all kinds of other stuff going on in the outdoors. Just thank goodness for the rain. No. We wanted to have a dry day. So we could be here. San Luis composting and go around and sniff all the piles of all the organic matter and everything else, and I did walk around and do some sniffing, but I didn't do a whole lot because I was getting kinda soaked. Remember, this is your show, and we're going to be talking about your landscape your lawn. Your gardens your house, plants, are whatever's on your mind, and we're gonna try to make I'm going to try to share information with you..

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"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Brad showed, came wax news time five oh six the forecast coming up at five o nine, as Saturday afternoon of swimming fun turns scary in Baldwin at about two thirty this afternoon Metros fire district received a call for a drowning of two people a thirty five year old. Female and a twelve year old female with the castle. What state park in the Merrimack river Mike team in. With metro west fires as firefighters, remained in rescue mode of this hour and have not yet transitioned into recovery mode we. Have cruise right now that are on the. Water we. Have dive operations with our people in the water we have a surface. Side scan sonar operations in place as well as canine operation Says firefighters were told, a bystander was able to successfully pull a third person out of the water no word on that person's age or condition Fenton man's trying to convince, mode to change the way it's going about replacing the Merrimack river bridge on I. Forty four Fred Kristen says the problem is a dam built to help set the peers for the new bridge which effectively blocks off about eighty percent of the rivers flow. When you choke a river it's going to back up. And it's going to flood the area in this case. North of the bridge quite a, bit more than what it's done in the past And that's on top of two major floods along the Merrimack in the past few. Years he says mode counters that a permit the obtained. From the army corps of engineers prevents them from taking any measures. That, would increase the chance of flooding a drive by shooting reported in. The forty one hundred block of natural bridge this afternoon happened around two twenty Saint, Saint Louis police say the victim was injured by a car's broken window glass and sought medical treatment Freberg police say a suspects, in custody for a mid January armed robbery at.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The merrimack river beach alliance has been trying for a while to get resources and money to restore north shore beaches the march storms have made things very bad there might be some help coming as we hear from wbz's karyn regal lost or senator bruce tarr has this alliance which just met on plum island and says the army corps of engineers is interested in restoring dunes in newbury that includes plum island and salisbury using sand already dredge from the paddock wa river the program called an eleven twenty two in which they're going to select ten projects around the country that the core will pay for completely to be able to beneficially reused that sinn other options are buying the sand and paying for the work through an environmental bond bill tar says the core considers the situation on the north shore a crisis karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty new york governor andrew cuomo is hitting the white house over its response to hurricane maria during a trip to puerto rico governor cuomo says the federal government is not responding as quickly as it should there were more con edison trucks and san juan than were in manhattan so i knew we were we were really on the ground and making a difference and we have continued to do that and we'll continue to do that the island has suffered from recurring power problems since hurricane maria hit last september governor cuomo and the new york power authority have sent a small team to puerto rico to try to prevent significant blackouts supporters of several proposed ballot measures are nearing the final stages of trying to send them to massachusetts voters under state law wednesday is the day campaigns can begin to collect the nearly eleven thousand additional signatures that are needed to secure a spot on the november ballot state lawmakers could push for changes to the measures up until the final signatures are submitted in early july the initiatives include increasing the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an our lowering the state sales tax mandatory paid family and medical leave and tighter nurse to patient ratios in hospitals.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The the question of citizenship has not appeared on said census questionnaire since nineteen fifty civil rights groups and democrats in blue states said the question combined with the trump administration's hostile at hot what is this hostile attitude what what is this is this steve cooper not a story from politico for me their hostile attitude toward emigrants how about a hostile attitudes towards illegal alien criminals like ms thirteen gang bangers and fennel dealers who look around certain large communities on the merrimack river in in the bay state of massachusetts could lead to undocumented immigrants avoiding the census all together creating an underestimation of the number of residents who live in certain states well but again why should why should states that encourage lawlessness and engage in najaf occasion of federal immigration laws and other laws why should they be rewarded with more representation in congress as opposed to the states that that obey the federal laws eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two five away can't we just tax democrats pay for illegal aliens let's let's simplify that question can't we just tax democrats i don't think i don't think too many democrats are being taxed period for anything eight four four five hundred forty two forty two i'm howie carr this half hour how far show is powered by the cargo purchasing a pre owned car can be.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Allwheel drive traffic on the threes how the roads look enough brazil theme good at all josh on northbound lover daddy five you're gonna hit the brakes here as you make your way up by 295 then you're in it for good up by southbank street awad twenty eight twentyfour hangs of just before harrison boulevard what's want to buddies jammed from 24 down to the split northbound as heavy getting up past 24 and add from uh from 95 all the way up passed the turnpike its jeb let's see what route 3 looks like here's a question that could they buy frei insurance verb report the first part of the trip from the sack of our author anne overs that you that the spy thought by the time you're up the 228 rockland all bets are off its slow going for their fred up past union straight crust of after ball frei insurance rotor for you only get that little running rapid union street to the expressway then you're it again all the way up to columbia road southbound is heavy on the expressway as you coming from south pay down past the gas tax the mass pike not brake lights in front of you as you're a jammed up between 495 route nine it stays that way passed through one 28 took the supermarket then a kicks report you up north long delays coming out of national were dow passed a crash that just cleared now by one thirteen intends boro then your clear to you get to 495 and that's heavy making your way down all the way toward trouble cole road expect those delays also 495 northbound is a crash up by route two that slows arrive long delays still coming through hey ruslan 495 southbound because of an earlier crash just before your crossover the merrimack river by main street the traffic is jammed up again at ninety three next update's at eight thirteen were wbz's traffic on this dot com wbz news time eight fivetime for us to check the fourday accu weather forecast.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"We had like twenty eight volunteers show up for the first training. We ran tiny lion sessions six days a week. And it was really the first large scale in shelter social. Liz ation program. The kittens vary in terms of how old they are. And what kind of backgrounds they came out of and how quickly they turned around. But some of them within two weeks out option floor some of the kids that were a little bit older and a little bit more wild to more time. But it's been one of our most successful programs. We use non force non flooding techniques. Everything is about positive reinforcement and allowing the kittens to choose to have the human interaction. So you're using food and play and those ways of trying to change the behavior of the kittens rather than wrapping them up in the towel. Absolutely. We really want the kittens to seek human interaction versus learning to tolerate it. And there's a really big difference. In terms of how those kittens? Oh, grow up and have future relationships with humans. It is interesting over the years of the many feral cat foster homes that I've worked with with the Merrimack river feline rescue society. Everybody wants to have a different approach. I think everything's becoming a lot more. Play focused a lot more food focused finding the carrots that are going to work to change the behavior of the cats, which I think is great one other idea that was just thrown out a few days ago as the concept of actually having the kittens go into their adoptive home. Find adoptive home that would be like a foster home. But yet the foster home becomes the adoptive home and doing a reduced fee adoption for those kittens and advise them, but then those kittens are going to bond with their family. So it actually takes a step out of the process. So it's an interesting concept. Right. And I think that it's easier to do with the kittens that are more quickly socialized. One of the things that we found in trying to do the shelter work is that having the kittens contained in cages gives you a captive audience. But it also gives the kitten a safe place their cages safe place. So they're allowed to retreat and the time it takes to socialize in the shelter. Versus in foster is. Much shorter. The kittens are getting bitch waited two different people that are coming through of men and women are active in the program children are active in the program..

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"merrimack river" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"On our community cats podcast Facebook page, and we're actually going to be using those as the basis for today's show along with several other topics. So keep those questions coming folks, we really want to be good resource and giving the information that you were looking for in the meantime, Stacy thanks again for being a guest on your own show. Lisa thanks again for joining me. Happy to do it. I know that on the website. You have a little video that talks about how you got started and rescue. But I wonder if those people who haven't had a chance to watch that yet tell us about how you got started. Sometimes you say it's always starts with one CAD is that I would start it for you. Well, I've always had cats in my life. I grew up with a cat. At a very grumpy always thought to be old cat because she was like seven years old when I was born. So I learned how to deal with. I guess you would say the aggressive grumpy cat from very early age. So I've never been thought of as really a crazy cat loving person. But I've always had a cat in my life. So I guess I have to qualify it. We've always been a single cat household Intel I entered into the realm of rescue, which obviously than the numbers tend to have an exponential changing at that point in time. I got started with the Merrimack river feline rescue society, which has been the first and only group that I've really worked with back in nineteen ninety four it really started with just a knowledge of their first adoption center that they had I had been at the local veterinarians picking up some food for my current cat that I had adopted in college in New York, and I also had found a small kitten in newburyport just walking home from getting ice cream. So I did have a local newburyport cat in my life. Little did. I know that. That she was one of several hundred that we're living in newburyport at that time. And I found a brochure for the group. And I said, well, I could give them a donation. I could give them some food. And so I started out by just giving donation and food then I got on their mailing list..

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