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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Most the sun was out right now would be just about sunset. But unfortunately, we've just got a lot of heavy rain out there tonight. And if you're on the Cape and Islands South Coast, you are seeing some storms moving through. Once again. It's been that case all day in that part of the state. Later on tonight we may start to see this taper off toward daybreak alone near 62. For tomorrow, though there is a chance we could have a couple of showers early in the morning for the ride into work, but then things to clear up in the afternoon. Breezy, not quite so humid mix of sun and clouds in the high in the mid seventies weekend looking fantastic live Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ NewsRadio. Another rainy night in Boston right now, 72 degrees a little bit of a breeze. Just about seven miles an hour at 6 45. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Thanks for tuning in, as always, Always good to be with you. Here are the five things you need to know. State of Massachusetts, confirming 2096 new covid cases Tonight, 18 more people have died seven day average positivity rate up to 2.48% President Biden announcing new Covid protocols earlier, one of them requiring all federal employees get the vaccine or face a weekly test. Seven people are alive after a Cape Air flight crash landed in Provincetown, six passengers and one crew member were on board and the Justice Department suing Texas, claiming that state's new abortion law was enacted in open defiance of the Constitution. Governor Rabbit has yet to respond. Look, 6 46. We had a lot of rain this summer record amounts in spots and all that rain might have triggered a record amount of sewage to be dumped into the Merrimack River. When the rain is fast and furious. The elderly sewage plants along the Merrimack can't keep up and you get to swim and fishing boat in raw sewage. We've told you about that before. Merrimack River Watershed Council head John McCone is hoping to change that by spending time at the State House, trying to chisel out $250 million chunk of the billions coming from the American Rescue Act to upgrade. This is one of these super expensive projects fit. Maybe people up front don't want to see happen because it's so much money, but when it's finally done, they'll say, Hey, wow, Look what we ended up with, You know, it's such a better environment. Things are working better. You know, it's what we want to have happen. Those upgrades could cut pollution enough. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's News radio, Four of the five people running for Boston Mayor were at Roxbury Community College this morning for a forum after last night, going head to head on TV during a debate, But acting Mayor Kim Jenny was not there. She says she couldn't make it today because it was the first day of school in Boston. The other four. Those speaking about Boston's economic future, Here's.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some sunshine on Saturday, mid eighties for some of us on Sunday with some sun right now it is 74 degrees in Boston. 20 years after the September 11th attacks in the victim's families are still looking for answers, including some who continue to look for answers about Saudi Arabia as role in the attack This summer, Brett Eagleson went to Capitol Hill to press the U. S government to release secret files from the FBI's 9 11 case. We've told the sad story for 19 years, you know we've cried on camera Eagleson father Bruce worked in and died in the south Tower of the World Trade Center. Now, grief has turned to rage. It's not about that anymore. It's about how we're angry. We're pissed off. It is painful. The Eagle sins and other 9 11 families want details of a secret FBI investigation code named Operation on Core centered on the two hijackers that lived in San Diego That is CBS is Catherine Herridge in Foxboro today, the craft family unveiling into addition honoring those killed on September 11th, standing next to one of six trees freshly planted near the North side entrance, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the stadiums do 9 11 Memorial Tree Garden accomplishes two Very important goals to help. Come on, right And remember those brave and wonderful people who have given their lives to preserve our way of life, but also Terrible moment that over three thousands lost their lives on that day, craft himself reflected on his personal experiences that day, frantically trying to locate his wife, Myra, who had flown from Logan to New York. That very morning She was in the airport at the same time, as one of the terrorists have come down from Maine. Never in my lifetime in America did I think that would happen. Chris Fall on the WBZ. Boston's news radio and estimated tortured people, including Americans left Kabul today on an international commercial flight, marking the first large scale evacuations since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan last week that flight Has landed in Qatar. The trip a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders. This suburbs, heavy rains may have led to record sewage discharge into the Merrimack River. It seemed terrain constantly this summer. And that means an incredible amount of Rossi, which was dumped into the Merrimac by those very old sewage plants along the river that are overwhelmed by heavy rains. July was exceptionally bad for CSS. We had over 200 million gallons in July alone, and then we had Massive amount that came out just before Labor Day weekend. 126 million gallons. John McCone heads the Merrimack River Watershed Council. He's at the Statehouse, angling for $250 million chunk of billions in federal American Rescue Act money. To upgrade these systems and cut the discharge by at least 50% McKown says. People swim boat and fish in the river, and it should be clean. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio to 38, We're off to Wall Street now brought to you by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise Bank, Andrew O'Day is at Bloomberg some bleak numbers again today. Yeah. And unexpectedly big drop in new jobless claim filings last week to a pandemic low of 310,000 helped make the case for Wall Street gains at least this morning. That and the losses in recent days convinced trailers that it was time to hunt for bargains, But Those gains weren't built to last. Dow Falling 155 Now NASDAQ Losing 23 S and P 500 down 19. The old ad slogan for American Express was Don't leave home without it Now workers and American Express are being told Don't leave home at all, at least to come back to the office and Max is once again delayed its planned dates to start bringing back remote office staff with the new target Now of January, 24th. It had been October 11th and yes, it's because of the resurgence in Covid cases, Andrew wrote Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio Smart speaker does more than play the hits.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's news radio, 4 13 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers have to relive all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How we doing out like, Well, we're actually doing a little better on the expressway here, Ben. I'm looking at the top of the expressway coming out of the tunnel. It's wide open now. But it's slow going from mass after South Bay and then Brian Dad down to the Braintree split. So again, That's a little better than it was just a few minutes ago. North bound Welp slow going East Milton a passing upon said Circle, then up towards the tunnel, too. But 16 maybe 17 minutes. Either way between Boston and brain trade Route three South has backed up a little coming on to Braintree. But then you're back up to speed. It's really good along the South Shore 1 28 South is good coming down through need him and dead him. But 90 three's backed up either way, exiting off at route 24. Yeah, it stays like that on 24 for a bit and then more brake lights down past 4 95 in Raynham. Up to the north. Let's check out 93. Now high above is the WBC news radio traffic copter. Well, you know, it's just busy here on 93 north and leaving town. Don't think backups. Just a lot of friends with you up through Somerville in Bedford. Once you get past the cloverleaf, or there's a little bit of a backup in the right lane approaching that ramp to 1 28 north. The rest of the ride looks pretty decent. It just starts to get a little busy again up around the Merrimack River Christian AC in the WBC news, radio traffic copter. The upper end of route 1 28 has certainly been worse than it is right now. In north bounds, backed up a little after route to a and Lexington more brake lights up past 93 in Woburn, Route three is clear up through Lowell. Route One is just slow up towards the Lynnfield Tunnel. Downtown. It's pretty quiet and the mass turnpike westbound clear up through framing him and grafted miking WBC's traffic on the threes. We fed temperatures that have warmed into the forties today, and we won't be that warm as we head through the weekend, but That it was pretty nice, even though there was some rain around. We've got the.

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Missing Lowell Woman’s SUV Found In Merrimack River

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Missing Lowell Woman’s SUV Found In Merrimack River

"Missing Woman's SUV is found in the Merrimack River and low but the woman is still missing. Police say Kim Kelly Overhauser Was last seen in Lowell around 10 45 Monday evening, driving the 2016 Block Range Rover. The SUV was found Friday in the river across from their regatta field. Anyone with information about Kim Kelly over Hauser's were about is asked to contact local police right away.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Week. State officials say they haven't receive Gives an explanation from the federal government but are working to ensure the reduction doesn't significantly delay immunizations. Coming up in just a couple of minutes. Police and Melrose investigating a bank robbery this morning. There it is. 303 traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And here is David Straka Lino. On 1 28 south out of crash being moved out of the left lane over to the breakdown lane after North Avenue. Wakefield s the latest in a syriza of issues that we've had one right after another for the past few hours this afternoon. In that section, it's slow from Salem Street. The North bound side is stuck from route 93. Through three South bound, queued up for mile approaching 1 28 in Burlington on 4 95 north about a disabled vehicle in the left lane after the bridge over the Merrimack River in Lawrence. The expressway. South bound gets bad by Neponset Heavy and slow after that to a crash at Rue 37 in Braintree, close to 25 minutes now from Boston, the brain dream North found his jam for Mass Avenue downtown Route three. Both directions bunching up through Braintree and by Derby Street, a route one through Attleboro of both directions. Very, very tight on the pike Westbound, a disabled vehicle by route 16 David Straka Lino WBZ Traffic on the Threes. Mostly cloudy tonight dumped 24 plenty of clouds tomorrow as well with a spotty shower in the afternoon highs approaching 40..

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There's an organization called the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society. They've been taking care of cats and need for 25 plus years and I thought it would be nice to showcase the organization. Here's Lauren Glickman executive director Lauren The pandemic has put stress on all of us, including our feline friends, and your organization is here to help we do adoptions. You know, people can surrender their cat to us or bring in a stray or trap of feral and they Can bring it to us, and we will do what is needed for that cat. We also do Spain it or we have a cat Mobile, and this programme covers the North Shore, the South Shore, Central, Mass, Metro West Merrimack River Valley and some of the greater Boston area. Everyone who comes onto the camel will be given exam either spay or neuter Rabies vaccine for cats over 12 Weeks of age and FDR, CP vaccination and a nail trip. We have a calendar on our website, People can just sign up. And then they show up and get their tactics. The other thing that we do is we have a program dedicated to keeping pets at home a lot of times, especially right now where people some people are really facing hardship. They may have a medical bill for a cat and they can't afford it. And we have a program and that the funds Evan flow, But when we have funds were able to support people so they can give their tax that care they need. And keep them rather than surrendering them because they can't afford tooth extraction or something of that nature. We also have the forest program, which is a feline assistance resource is in support program, and basically, it offers subsidize veterinary care for low income cat owners. We really think it's important to keep families together, especially during this time, so.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Than sorry but I don't believe in that all from when I started the particle can go right on the front side air but out of respect for the people you have to do it did you see our is trying to reduce tightly packed crowds some roads around parks are closed to vehicles but open to cyclists and walkers everybody's trying to adjust nevertheless we think that this would be kind of what would be doing every day putting on a mask to walk outside but you know we're still out we're still moving so think of today as a dry run but if all of this continues into the summer we could be in for some real challenges a body was found in the Merrimack River in Haverhill on Sunday police and fire were called after a body was found floating on the river near Grove wind and water streets around eleven AM the body has only been identified as a male at this time I'll play is not suspected according to authorities a check of sports traffic and weather Max this is a Bloomberg money minute there's that old saying on Wall Street sell in may and go away well investors took it to heart as the month began sending the major averages down by as much as three point two percent on Friday profit warnings tied to the corona virus outbreak and grim economic news fuel theft declined as Exxon Mobil posted its first quarterly loss since two thousand nine jobs will be in the economic spotlight with the government's April employment report due Friday economists Michael David over at Barclays capital is forecasting a sharp increase in the unemployment rate from the four point four percent we saw it in March we have the unemployment rates probably gonna ride the eighteen nineteen percent range in in April and it will be elevated we thank for several years Thomas surveyed by Bloomberg are forecasting a jobless rate of sixteen percent with more than twenty one million jobs lost during the month and Tyson foods may offer some insight into the U. S. food supply chain as it reports quarterly earnings today I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg business son WBZ Boston news radio today my new dad and I shot a rocket in the park today my new son and I failed to shoot off a rocket he knew exactly what to do not work I have no clue what I was doing we set up we set up the rocket nation mission and then of.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"C.'s gender role Haas gauging reaction state police are going to be for patrols beginning Sunday when the hands free bill goes into effect most say it's about time a good idea I mean it's better to be safe than sorry on the other line always with because people the drive in the taxes accidents I'm also guilty of it all are too tempting I think this will help your accident now though the law kicks in on Sunday police will begin giving warnings through March but after that expect to pay hefty fines at the garden James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio out of New York jurors of the Harvey Weinstein rape case breaking for the weekend no verdict yet to A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey says they're unable to reach a unanimous verdict on all of the counts against the disgraced Hollywood producer on the return from lunch the jurors asked the judge whether they could be unanimous on three counts but hung on two counts the judge declined to accept a partial verdict at this stage and instructed them to keep deliberating it appears the jury is unanimous on the primary offenses of rape and forcible sex assault but Harvey Weinstein is alleged to have committed but somehow split on the enhanced charges that would label wind Steen a predator and make him eligible for a life sentence jurors will get back to work on Monday an outdoor school for adults WBZ's Karen regal tells us about a man who says he's feeling indeed don't be afraid to come home places Elliott Goodwin founder of the Boston outdoor school he says greater Boston has great natural resources but not a lot of people to introduce non outdoorsy people to those resources I liken it to yoga practice I mean you don't go to yoga class once and say on out yogi now I really know what I'm doing they still are like I'm I've got a long ways to go I'm not you know stretching in this way or my flexibility and this is not very good I'm still working on and that's absolutely true with with these kinds of skills also no door school dot com offers first aid nighttime navigation deep nature connection classes and more Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio four thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes lots of folks over to get away for the weekend may be wrong but they're sitting in traffic you have been up for end of one twenty eight north county is television work away from route nine in Wellesley of past it crashed earlier near route twenty in Waltham then you've got more delays now from Wayne street in Burlington to a crash in new one being reported before Washington street in Woburn route three of the northbound side he's slow sixty two to trouble cove road one ten to drum hill one northeast load route sixty again around Essex street to the Linfield title let's check out the ride on ninety three with the Manfredi insurance copier so what we have here is a whole assortment of delays on ninety three north bound starting back at these acreage you're slow up in the Bedford stretch more hang ups from just before one twenty eight of the commerce way than at the Wellington lane drop in finally one more time from let's call it before one thirty three in and over all the way up to the Merrimack River Kristen act of offering insurance copter until the liver connector out bounties GM store drive east backing up towards mass have it still remains to be on the Tobin outbound southbound expressway heavy down to Columbia road granted after the split north down bunches up at mass AB forty five south is a crash working before ninety five in Foxboro ninety three north crash clearing before the expressway in Braintree rob actually WBZ's traffic on the threes we've got clear skies in the forecast for tonight will be a bit on the chilly side twenty two and one twenty seven for the city on the coast sunshine tomorrow though and temperatures going to rebound up to near fifty.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two grand prize winners will win half a million dollars they could use towards their dream home see rolls and enter for free the rocket mortgage squares dot com rob Hakluyt WBZ's traffic on the three well if you have some errands that you need to get done get I'm done now here comes the snow it will over spread the area later on today and then continue tonight before it mixes within changes over to sleet and rain near the coast however the further west you go there will be more snow and sleet one to three inches of snow before the changeover in Boston and points south three to six inches north and west of one twenty eight this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch good morning I'm trying to bridge run here the five things you need to know at seven forty five so by this time tomorrow morning snow on the ground the more significant accumulation to the north and west of the city body the Chelmsford woman who disappeared last month found in the Merrimack River one member of the Holy Cross women's rowing team injured in a crash in Florida the claimed the life of a teammate has been released from the hospital and the Supreme Court will hear a case in this election year about the electoral college go back to our top story this morning that winter storm headed our way pounding the nation's midsection a severe winter storm causing white outs and spin outs on icy highways in several states where blizzard warnings are now in effect and that system is headed this way CBS news correspondent Danya Bacchus with more on conditions in the Midwest plows pushed through the streets of the more in Iowa while drivers struggle with vehicle stuck in the snow and freezing cold just to the north of the city vehicles careened on icy roads leading car parts littered across the highway and a blizzard warning remains in effect in some of Iowa's rural areas this morning I tend to fort tree branch suddenly crashes through a car windshield and south Hamilton and as WBZ.

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Body Of Missing Chelmsford Woman Found In Merrimack River

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 2 years 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Boston is offering a thanksgiving meal along with warm clothing with the help of many volunteers mayor Marty Walsh and senator ed Markey will help distribute thousands of meals for thanksgiving at pine street in later this morning more than twelve hours after a massive blast rocked the TPC group plan important H. as taxes 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 under control China is putting a few west on notice threatening countermeasures after president trump signed to bill supporting anti government protesters in its young guns 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 WBZ TV's Katie price mid morning first responders recall to four ninety five over the Merrimack River in Haverhill Robertson and another man were helping prepare the fridge for demolition phase when they filed 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 she did send out a reminder telling workers to use fall protection systems and restraints there are now investigating they're 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 the proper since brother says even though his death hurts they will celebrate.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up to Lexington route three a up into Wakefield southbound in the red from route to a back down into wall thing hotel ninety three is doing now that your mom free insurance road report well it was already slow leaving town on ninety three north bound for the ordeal total up past three sixteen at Bedford more delays beget headed up the hill from spot part toward one twenty eight and now it's all the breaks are before Congress street in Wilmington a good deal all the way up toward the Merrimack River and we've just gotten word of two crashes off the active breaks out late right before River Road in Andover that's not going to help Kristin after the bomb for a insurance broker for delays on four ninety five south in the rent them Plainville stretch with the left lane crash everyone miking WBZ's traffic on the three all right thank you both the forecast and we get the details from John fear it right now cloudy and cold tonight tomorrow morning with occasional rain and drizzle a gusty wind the seating but that'll subside later tonight hello tonight thirty seven low thirties well in land not out of the question there's a couple of icy spots but in general just wet roadways through the night and into tomorrow morning mostly cloudy chilly for tomorrow afternoon hi forty five mostly cloudy tomorrow night some drizzle lady shower low thirty seven a little bit of rain and drizzle times Wednesday damp and chilly I forty two mostly sunny Thursday I forty nine I'm accu weather's John fear WBZ Boston news radio we're seeing some rain on the north shore it's thirty nine degrees in Gloucester so imagine as that temperature starts to drop it could get a little bit I see a that is the situation right now we're seeing thirty.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Frequent and is is expected to get worse with climate change i asked homes is it fair for her fellow taxpayers to pay to fix riverfront roads and services to accommodate a handful of residents residents who want to live right on the river. I pay taxes also so i look at it as though my taxes just cleaned my road but i do believe that if you come and you live on the river that you do it with open eyes and know that it's going to flood and you can't constantly be saying help me help me while the mississippi river has always flooded davenport and nearby cities. We're at flood stage this year for ninety ninety eight days for our south of devonport. I met with colin welland camp. Were in the city of arnold missouri. Just north along the mississippi river ver- stand next to a flooded city park next to the merrimack river it flows into the mississippi but because mississippi has been running so high the water in the merrimack is backing up and it's spilling over its banks. The floodwaters come within a few feet of the road. We're at where just a few homes are left standing since since nineteen ninety-three they have been buying this property out. The city wants people out of harm's way and land to absorb floodwaters. It's an idea woolen camp supports up and down the river countless acres of urban pavement have replaced spongy soil well in camp is the executive director of the mississippi river and towns initiative association of mayors across the ten states that border the mississippi. He says levy serve a purpose but his organization is looking for ways to return the river shed to a more natural state in order to protect these communities but these cities need help and woollen camp says washington needs to wake up an address what's going on. If you wanna call it climate change..

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening I'm Suzanne saws will here's what's happening at eight o'clock the pedestrian who died after being hit by a Brockton police cruiser last night has now been identified WBZ's Doug cope has details the Plymouth DA says sixty one year old Antonio tomorrow so Brockton was the victim of the crash which occurred in the area of five eighty one main street around eight twenty PM a police officer was responding to a call with the cruisers lights and siren on went of ours was struck the DA says the officer who has not been identified tried to avoid the collision and tried to help the virus he was rushed to good Samaritan hospital and died of his injuries there the officer was treated at south shore hospital Doug cope WBZ Boston's news radio two people are found dead in the Merrimack River this morning police were called at around six thirty when a fisherman in Lole spotted a body of a man in the water when rescue crews got there they found a second body of a woman the medical examiner is performing autopsies to figure out how they died last night was a busy one for Boston police as they responded to several shootings for different shootings took place in Dorchester Friday night into Saturday morning one of which being fatal mayor Marty Walsh was preparing to March the Boston carnival parade this afternoon and he commented on the violence that took place overnight and my time is where we've had been all three of these mornings very difficult we lost young women to every other done Jeff here on this morning mayor Walsh goes on to talk more about the parade it describes how the shooting shouldn't be happening.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To assist anybody who's in the coming up later in this half hour we will tell you more about the drug overdose deaths where they've been concentrated and there's been a bit of a reversal in five thirty three traffic and weather together the super retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three is where is the worst of it now Mike well the mass turnpike isn't doing too well this afternoon meant a lot of folks are heading west so all the mass pike is slow getting my Newton corner and delays out after one twenty eight but the real delays are farther west from four ninety five most of the way passed to ninety in Auburn for ninety five south is stalled out route sixty two down to two ninety than for route nine down to the turnpike it's busy up north is well over ninety three of them offer insurance copter still tough leaving the city here on ninety three dot down for the upper deck up past Roosevelt circle that you're backed up approaching the Merrimack River then once you're in New Hampshire you've got delays exit three and with that Hampshire up except for Londonderry those calling for the hopes the tolls up at the Concord if you're jumping on the eighty nine to head toward white river junction that's okay Kristin Acuff offering insurance copter ninety five northbound is slow going from Portsmouth New Hampshire up in New York Maine about twelve miles there and delays to the south route three south crawling route one thirty nine multi way down past exit six in Plymouth then over a mile for the Sagamore bridge miking WBZ's traffic on the three partly cloudy skies as we head through the evening tonight it'll be more humid to a low of seventy two partly sunny humid tomorrow temperatures will be near ninety real feels in the mid nineties inland.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is an industrial town there aren't a lot of trees in the downtown area of warrants it on the KC bridge spanning the Merrimack River underneath the beautiful area mill clock tower there's a group of people there are out there representing their church and they have cases of water there just handing out your driver's site lets people they're making their way along the KC bridge they're not asking for money they're just saying here this will help you during the heat and god bless you what a nice thing to hear in this age and in this incredible he further along as you come off the case you bridge swing on Canal Street to make you wait that city all so the common the hydrants are open and it's not just the kids taking advantage of it Aaron's are but lately dancing in the hydrants along with their children I just talked to one man who told me he didn't want to see in traffic going to the beaches when the hydrants are open here and you can just sit and have a good time with his kids not worry about traffic looking on the common now there's one durable little girl maybe four years old walking along with a little sun parasol it may be hard but there's a lot to keep missing good things out here in Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio got a giggle anyway you can if you can look cute doing it then all the better all right thank you Karen is one oh two it's the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing and to commemorate the historic feat today the JFK library is hosting space best WBZ's Kevin Coleman is there the JFK library is inviting everyone to come celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven landing on the moon I told Steven rock scene who's the executive director of the JFK library foundation and he explains we all about the events taking place throughout the day and a greeting from the international space.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beheaded legally no along the banks of the Merrimack River and it's been over a girl when he's eligible for parole in thirty years we'll be in his mid forties or just was unmoved as legally knows mother spoke at his sentencing on the other hand I think it's more just as attorney at Hayden ask her twenty five year minimum instead he committed this offense when he was fifteen and so you know people change gorgeous is eligible for parole because under a fairly new state statute he was a minor at the time of the murder at Salem Superior Court Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio so terrible construction accident in Wayland the tractor trailer driver on a delivery Ron suffered serious injuries when he is hit in the chest by one of the trailers on that delivery while he was on loading it the thirty seven year old man had to be taken by medical helicopter to a Boston hospital witnesses say he was flung between two other trailers that were still on the flat bed and was trapped until firefighters were eventually able to get him out there is a sinking feeling in New Orleans and we do mean that literally hurricane protection levees around the city or sinking faster than expected CBS news correspondent Dave Cohen has more engineers say the nearly fifteen billion dollars system built after Katrina to protect New Orleans from future hurricane devastation will soon not be up to the new standard as a result of sea level rise and sinking ground US senator bill Cassidy says the army corps of engineers is asking for another eight hundred million dollars to fix it I think we'll do it it's so important but that's a challenge Cassie doesn't work to convince colleagues at after the federal system failed and Katrina there's no way to let history repeat itself those levees failed so we can't let them fail again Dave going for CBS news New Orleans people in Chicago have a new neighbor yes it's new it's popular and it's not human it was first spotted Tuesday morning at Chicago's Humboldt park look good he was surfacing not all the way just you know the head and part of that say on back for tiger for Red Sea port released after a few shots of what appeared to be an alligator in the water animal control called in a crowd gathering for hours nothing no surprise to reptile expert alligator Bob they're predominately submarines they like to be in the water they like to say say finally by late afternoon confirmation from animal control it was indeed a four foot Gator visitors being told to stay away to let's caught Dave Packard ABC news seven eighteen here in Boston if you are familiar with the ride to work and getting stuck in traffic you probably don't think of Massachusetts is having very nice people but a contest to find the nicest place to live in America has a finalist here in the state to dispense elected seats and more details now graduations Plymouth that you could potentially be the nicest place to live across the country better place disorder revive that American ideal of of things getting of welcoming strangers of of helping them with whatever you need Jeremy green shield is a senior editor with reader's digest they're holding their annual contest where you can vote on line to select the nicest place to live and it's not about property.

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"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"merrimack river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're along the Merrimack river be at Newbury portray or Lawrence that the river may have been freshly flooded with raw sewage the Merrimack valley watershed council says it happens a lot after heavy rains. Eight hundred million gallons was flushed into the river last year alone. It's a health concern for people we hear all kinds of stories about people getting sick. Who who swimmer have contact with with the river? We hear about dogs that goes swimming in the river who get sick, John mccone is a spokesman for the council and says a beacon hill committee will consider an act that would require sewage plants to notify the public when this habits federal law was supposed to stop this discharge nineteen Eighty-four but expensive equipment upgrades have caused postponements in Lawrence. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio recycling. It's pretty simple. Right. Maybe not though, it is something many Americans have grown up doing CBS's. Tony dokoupil tells us you may be doing it wrong. At least sometimes we're really talking about. Here is what the talks out and whatnot to toss out and on that subject. Tell me if this sounds familiar here in your kitchen, and you're not sure if something can be recycled or not, but you toss it in the bin. Anyway, that is called wish cycling, and it's gotten so bad that the industry says an average of twenty five percent of recycling is now actually trash in central New Jersey firefighter. Are still battling. What's left of a massive forest? Fire in Burlington county, at least at one point the blaze covered ten thousand acres, Sean judy's with the New Jersey forest fire service and says, this one's been tricky. The fire gets up and runs..

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