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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ten reports there's no baseball being played at Wembley Stadium right now because of the corona virus pandemic no peanuts no cracker jacks but guess what this morning free milk and food handed out to people in need at the ballpark say we feel it's our obligation to use our ballpark for the good of the people that's according to the protectorate socks V. P. the PawSox partnered with the city of Pawtucket motion state job lot to distribute about nine thousand gallons of milk to people with food items including eggs and bread so doing their part also N. B. C. ten reporting that run islands board of elections is in the process of sending mail ballot applications to registered voters for the presidential preference primary scheduled for June the second register voters will have until may the nineteenth to get their applications in for the June primary the original date for the primary was April the twenty eighth but the board recommended moving the date because of the pandemic the B. O. E. says that over the next two weeks registered voters should receive the application by mail postage for the applications return is included by the way and on its website the board said expects the election to be conducted predominantly by mail so another thing being impacted by this corona viruses child adoptions in the ocean state Tammy Sytch card check from NBC ten has the story we worry that some of the kids will give up hope and we don't want that to happen hope is hard to come by these days for the nearly three hundred children in Rhode Island who are up for adoption children living in various foster homes and group homes to share one thing in common the dream of finding a permanent home a dream now being hindered virus the court has been closed so legal adoptions the adoption legalization have been on hold Darlene Allen is executive director of adoption Rhode Island she said the court closure has already postponed sixteen adoptions children who are already living with their adoptive parents but waiting for it to become permanent I imagine this must be difficult for the children that know they have families out there that want them yet this pandemic is you know making them wait these children are in foster care already have trauma for many of the children of my staff are working with them trying to keep them hopeful trying to let them know that the adults are not going to let them down adoption Rhode Island is working with the court system to hopefully begin virtual adoptions but the legal process isn't the only piece of the puzzle many adoptive parents meet their future children at events events that typically happen face to face what we're going to need to be creative and we're going to need to make sure that it still happens with these kids because these kids deserve permanency these kids deserve to be safe they're already holding informational meetings with potential parents virtually through resume instead of in person Allen says well the turnout has been encouraging and they also have another hurdle to cross figuring out why doctrines in Rhode Island dropped last year we had less than two hundred last year and so I'm a little worried about that I don't tweet you know because of cold and we haven't had any meetings to really dig deep into why and and what do those numbers tell us in the meantime Allen has one message for potential adoptive parents don't give up and don't stop applying as Tammy Secor check from NBC ten courting to NBC ten this morning as more people work from home crews remain out of the Roach continuing right and the department of transportation projects according to the Rideout director Peter LVD he said construction maintenance activities are hands on you can't do that stuff remotely LVT said about seven hundred DOT workers need to be where the work is to do the job and there are more than a hundred and eighty bridge projects in the state that are currently active right now he said if they are going ahead on time and they're going to head on budget that's what LVD told if you're looking for a way to kind of spice things up to liven up those video conference calls with your co workers well thanks Jill NATO's gonna idea for you now how would you like to get this next video conference call in what looks to be a trend several animal sanctuaries that have been forced to turn away visitors are now raising money by hiring out their animal ambassadors to make appearances on business video calls for donation peace and peace farm in North Carolina we'll let the many don't keep mambo crash your meeting same goes for Tony the well Matt Lovett norm sanctuary in Colorado and it's sweet farming California they've got goat to meeting or your co workers can virtually meet with rescue goats like butter Scotch chill NATO fox news five fifty seven and Indianapolis man has beaten both cancer and corona virus in the last six months and his neighbors threw a parade to celebrate when returned from the hospital forty eight year old Paul Lee finished radiation for prostate cancer last November and then in March he was diagnosed with covert nineteen spent three weeks fighting at two in the hospital neighbors and friends pitched in and helped his wife and eight kids making dinner or paying for food deliveries to them and when Paul was released and finally got to come home from the hospital those neighbors they were there holding signs and welcoming him with cheers it was overwhelming explains his wife Julie but overwhelming in such a happy happy way guy beats both cancer included nineteen in the last six months while on a Straily in family who collected a nearly four hundred thousand dollar lottery jackpot said that they had been using the same numbers for nearly twenty years the family's ticket matched all of the drawn numbers earning a division one prize of nearly four hundred grant so when the when I went to check the check at the store manager said that they should speak in private according to the winner well they thought they were in trouble but guess what the private the conversation was sh we don't want everybody to know you won the money okay a woman in Lisbon ia is putting her sewing skills to good use is to make sure that everybody in her town has access to a facemask deb's seconds has been hard at work creating masks for local hospitals the fire department grocery stores employees friends and family now she's hanging the masks on a tree near her house she decided to create the giving tree when she realized it was difficult to hand out the face masks while practicing social distancing so now she stocks the tree with about thirty at a time when people drive by and the Grambling sickens estimates that she's made over four hundred and she plans to keep doing it until the need isn't needed anymore when that will be is anybody's guess it's everybody's hope it's going to be sooner than later no question about that Tom Hanks is getting real about the corona virus he and his wife Rita Wilson battle the told the national defense radio show I just well I just wiped after twelve minutes of exercising I laid down in my hospital bed and just slept he recalled telling a medical professional who is treating me at the time I just had the weirdest thing I just tried to do basic stretches and exercises on the floor and I couldn't even get halfway through it that's our dream he was but he said his wife Rita Wilson had it even worse than he did Tom Mooney in the Providence journal covering the governor's press conference yesterday and her update daily update the battle against covert nineteen by the way that will happen again at one o'clock this afternoon we will air that live governor Raimondo's playbook for gradually re opening the state's economy coming months depends on meeting key indicators of societal reading this that if successful will see the young and the healthy spring free from their home confines sooner than the more vulnerable seniors the governor yesterday with six keys that will reopen the economy she said we're not going to do it overnight that's what she had to say yesterday it's going to be a gradual process based on facts and science and industry at the time with new regulations when the time comes to try hopefully after the may eighth deadline when the current social restrictions are scheduled to be lifted it's going to require us to be brave as well that's what the governor said yesterday so speaking at the daily news conference during which she announced five new deaths by the way all nursing home related from Corbett nineteen so that brought the death toll to one hundred and fifty five three hundred and thirty nine new cases of the respiratory disease yesterday too as the rate of infection continued to decrease that would be one of the keys another well the state have the ability to test and sufficiently tracked down other potential carriers to quickly pinpoint a problem and fend off another major outbreak that is another key third key will run island have enough support in place to protect the vulnerable population and those in quarantine if another outbreak happens so that is number three fourth will hospitals be equipped with enough beds ventilators and personal protective equipment PPE to handle future searches number five to businesses schools child care centers churches and recreational spaces have plants were long term social distancing and the six factor is the state prepared to reimpose restrictions are shut down certain sectors of the economy again if that becomes necessary if things start to spike up again you know you got to consider the fact that in terms of how older population is you know and also how jam packed we are how much space we have between each other you know I mean it's it's not a lot here in the ocean state yeah it's a pretty dense and it's tough to keep that six weeks a lot of factors going in here sixties that will re open the economy working from home well for many of us were doing it I'm broadcasting from chasing pier have been for the past three four weeks or so losing track of time be honest with you work from home not an option though for a lot of state employees as we hear from Katie Davis from NBC ten essential state employees tell NBC ten they are stressed at the department of Human Services offices in Pawtucket and in Providence staff must show up in person despite corona virus outbreaks DHSS office areas were deep cleaned following five positive cases.

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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So you so the last thing he wants to see if this bike but right out says it's not so much a spike as it is a restructuring we're collecting the amount that we would have collected it both entries but we only have to pay for one that's a DOT director Peter LVD speaking with NBC tends Jean bell Asante I particular locations where increasing the total amount but we only did that because we eliminated and a location where we would have been collecting that toll anyone LVD explains one raise already went into effect at the tolling location on the six ten connector last fall we're only one gantry went up despite plans for two he says in the end it all equals out still capped at twenty dollars per day to drive the length of ninety five and forty dollars for trucks going back and forth regardless of how many times it will be used for the same purpose is to reconstruct bridges the Rhode island's trucking associations president Christopher Maxwell declined to speak but still calls this change up part of a quote scheme he says to take money from businesses consumers and taxpayers saying the Oxford Street bridge is specifically quote didn't need to be prioritized as part of the plan but was chosen for revenue generating purposes and quote this is the news radio nine twenty one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre a senior care services eleven here's what's happening build a mandate towing cars illegally parked in handicapped spaces in Rhode Island head of the house the Senate passed the bill which calls for vehicles to be told at the owner's expense plus stiff fines what a weathered vise refer northwestern road runner from eleven o'clock tonight till nine AM tomorrow snow and sleet will likely over spread.

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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Our so the last thing he wants to see if this bike but right out says it's not so much a spike as it is a restructuring we're collecting the amount that we would have collected it both injuries but we only have to pay for one that's DOT director Peter LVD speaking with NBC tends Jean bell Asante I particular locations where increasing the total amount but we only did that because we eliminated and a location where we would have been collecting that toll anyone LVD explains one raise already went into effect at the tolling location on the six ten connector last fall we're only one entry went up despite plans for two he says in the end it all equals out still capped at twenty dollars per day to drive the length of ninety five and forty dollars for trucks going back and forth regardless of how many times it will be used for the same purpose is to reconstruct bridges what islands trucking associations president Christopher Maxwell declined to speak but still calls this change up part of a quote scheme he says to take money from businesses consumers and taxpayers saying the Oxford Street bridge is specifically quote didn't need to be prioritized as part of the plan but was chosen for revenue generating purposes and quote Excellency dilution from NBC ten it's ten minutes after six o'clock this time to go to the traffic center again with Jackie Murphy being brought to us by publishers clearing house seeing a bit more volume now on ninety five north passing Kinsley apps you're doing fine on ninety five south of Broad Street we have no issues on one forty six north that child straight and one ninety five west moving along without delay passing game no straight I'm Jacki Murphy with your southern New England traffic time is running out to win five thousand dollars a week forever from publishers clearing house you could win five thousand dollars a week for your life plus after that five thousand dollars a week for life for someone you choose entering.

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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Cloudy start but sunshine by the afternoon with a high of forty five right now it's twenty two degrees Dow Jones industrials were down twenty six points yesterday will see we can turn that frown upside down that's the second day in a row that we have a look that negative numbers a little bit more on what's going on with the impeachment and get the latest now the last day for the Democrats to make their opening arguments racial Sutherland from fox news joins us now from our nation's capital so Democrats expected to wrap it up today in the report from the Republicans a rare Saturday the gonna be working huh that's right they Democrats are expected to wrap up their case today yesterday they focused on abuse of power today the focus on obstruction of justice lying out their arguments have another eight hours to do so and then tomorrow Saturday Republicans will have their chance at two at launcher defense of the president there is some reporting behind the scenes that Republicans are actively working against witnesses there are some who think that Democrats should have gone to court in the fall if they wanted to issue subpoenas and and the Senate doesn't want to the house's job this looking less and less likely that there could be a witnesses so would it would be good at but essentially three days of arguments from a Republican thing isn't it Tuesday and then members are allowed to ask questions by note and then there could there could be a vote I mean there will be arguing over witnesses message just looking less likely unless for Republicans flip and agree to that okay riches Sutherland from fox news thanks for the update Rachel thank seventeen minutes after six o'clock restless GOP senators apparently were turning to fidget spinners to keep occupied during the impeachment trial North Carolina Republican Richard Burr was seen passing the toys out to his colleagues in the chamber before proceedings got under way as you might remember a fidget spinners that's a small toy with the ball bearing at the center that can be used to play with between the fingers John cleared the toys presence is a violation of the Senate rules that require senators to sit quietly and listen to arguments but this is not the first time senators Republicans or Democrats have appeared to break the rules during this whole process and now they turn into toys because the children must play let's bring it back closer to home here and talk about a proposal Patrick Anderson from the Providence journal says governor general Mundas administration apparently is exploring the idea of merging the quads I independent agencies that manage East Bay bridges and the state's bus network into the department of Tatian as she looks to improve public transportation in the state no specific plans to alter the Rhode Island public transit authority Rhode Island turnpike and bridge authority or any other agencies have been proposed thus far according to administration officials but the director of the transportation Peter LVD he did acknowledge to the journal on Thursday that they are looking at whether or not they should restructure the transportation bureaucracy and with that allow better operations you said right now we're looking at it that's when I'll be told the journal the governor has asked us to take a look for ways to make transportation more efficient so I asked to elaborate on what the governor asked to DO T. to investigate and weather agency consolidation was on the table reminder spokesperson Josh Bloch said quote he has the men clearly they've been talking and taking a more coordinated approach to improving public transportation saying it's a priority now the government needs did signal by the way that she was taking a new approach to run and the public transportation or state of the state address last week saying quote now just imagine what Rhode Island would look like if we improved our trains buses and public transit the same way we've tackled fixing our roads and our bridges that's what she said during her speech the R. I. A. T. B. A. runs the mount hope bridge.

"peter lvd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Man who police say drove at a Cranston police officer on Saturday is facing multiple charges related to the mid day incident police charging Anthony McKinney of Plainfield street with reckless driving and other offenses against public safety due to stop in an accident resulting in damage to a vehicle and on an affidavit and arrest warrant out of the Providence area for simple assault domestic in larceny under fifteen hundred Bucks by charges McKinney was arraigned by the justice of the peace take into the A. C. II as an alleged probation violators to his schedule to be re arraigned at district Courtin province today a police detectives in the meantime with the assistance of the Cranston police department the Providence police department in the AG's office they're investigating the incident that led to a Cranston police officer actually firing his weapon at McKinney according to Cranston police the officer tried to pull McKinney over shortly at eleven o'clock in the morning on Saturday after he noticed that he wasn't wearing a seat belt and that to get pulled over near nigh Anticon Huntington avenues in Cranston instead McKinney attempted to flee by swerving back into traffic and sides weapon of the car the police said he then drove in reverse down Cranston street past the officer and struck a guard rail the Cranston police chief said that the officer approached the car with his firearm drawn shouted commands from the can do to stop thirty say McKinney then drove directly at the officer who fired one round that passed through the windshield but did not strike McKinney so multiple agencies investigating the officer involved shooting right out says those self driving shuttles have seen great ridership since the service began Kim colonia from Eyewitness News has that story Thomas electric shuttle buses have been running their loop from Smith held the only bill since may Karen close to twenty six thousand passengers in the first half of this year long pilot program we're getting great ridership the ridership since we started has gone up from about a hundred and thirty trips a day to about a hundred fifty trips a day what Iowa department of transportation director Peter LVD says it's been mostly smooth sailing but there have been some bumps in the road summer the shuttle had to stop running for several days because it was on air conditioned an issue that's since been addressed and it wasn't until late August at the fleet introduced its first handicap accessible shuttle which is only available now upon special request winter will be a new test for the shuttle's in there have also been a couple of accidents and they were generally mild a minor in nature I think we had only one that resulted in an alleged injury LVD says the attended to sit behind the controls have only needed to take over about twenty five percent of the time overall he says the program has been a success and write out plans to continue it after the pilot ends I certainly envisioned them even with the little data that we have at this point as being something as we evolve it will be absolutely integrated into our system in different ways and the rides are currently free this pilot program is being funded in part by some grant money but I'll be says they will take a look at implementing a fair after the pilot program ends and he says they could expand the current route or add a new one in the future Kim calling from my witness news can involve any of the Providence journal says a Superior Court judges up held a finding that a former chair a whole high school soccer coach should be classified as a sex offender with the highest risk to re offend judge Nettie Vogel Thursday of last week ruled the Superior Court magistrate John Flynn got it right when he agreed with the Rhode Island sex offender board of reveal that Glenn Madison should be listed as a level three sex offender that classification indicates that Madison poses a high risk to re offend and sparks public notice of his presence in Richmond so in doing so vocal rejected medicines arguments that the board quote carry out in the event of vendetta against him because he worked as a security specialist at the state department of corrections at the time of his arrest Richmond police arrested this guy medicine charged him with indecent solicitation of a child and possession of child **** after recent inappropriate text messages to a fifteen year old player on the team and then tried to solicit an undercover detective posing as a juvenile so the judge upholds the former chair whose coaches sex offender status ten minutes.

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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Man who police say drove at a Cranston police officer on Saturdays facing multiple charges related to the mid day incident police charging Anthony McKinney of Plainfield street with reckless driving and other offenses against public safety due to stop in an accident resulting in damage to a vehicle and on an affidavit and arrest warrant out of the Providence area for simple assault domestic in larceny under fifteen hundred Bucks lot of charges McKinney was arraigned by the justice of the peace take into the A. C. II as an alleged probation violators too is scheduled to be re arraigned at district Courtin province today a police detectives in the meantime with the assistance of the Cranston police department the Providence police department in the AG's office they're investigating the incident that led to a Cranston police officer actually firing his weapon at McKinney according to Cranston police the officer tried to pull McKinney over shortly at eleven o'clock in the morning on Saturday after he noticed that he wasn't wearing a seat belt and that to get pulled over near nigh Anticon Huntington avenues in Cranston instead McKinney attempted to flee by swerving back into traffic and side swiped another car the police said he then drove in reverse down Cranston street past the officer and struck a guard rail the Cranston police chief said that the officer approached the car with his firearm drawn shouted commands from the can do to stop thirty say McKinney then drove directly at the officer who fired one round that passed through the windshield but did not strike McKinney so multiple agencies investigating the officer involved shooting right out says those self driving shuttles have seen great ridership since the service began Kim colonia from Eyewitness News has that story autonomous electric shuttle buses have been running their loop from Smith held the only bill since may Karen close to twenty six thousand passengers in the first half of this year long pilot program we're getting great ridership the ridership since we started has gone up from about a hundred and thirty trips a day to about a hundred fifty trips a day what Iowa department of transportation director Peter LVD says it's been mostly smooth sailing but there have been some bumps in the road summer the shuttle had to stop running for several days because it was on air conditioned an issue that's since been addressed and it wasn't until late August at the fleet introduced its first handicap accessible shuttle which is only available now upon special request winter will be a new test for the shuttles and there have also been a couple of accidents and they were generally mild a minor in nature I think we had only one that resulted in an alleged injury LVD says the attended to sit behind the controls have only needed to take over about twenty five percent of the time overall he says the program has been a success and ride out plans to continue it after the pilot ends I certainly envision them even with the little data that we have at this point as being something as we evolve it will be absolutely integrated into our system in different ways and the rides are currently free this pilot program is being funded in part by some grant money but I'll be says they will take a look at implementing a fair after the pilot program ends and he says they could expand the current route or add a new one in the future Kim calling from my witness news can involve any of the Providence journal says a Superior Court judges up held a finding that a former chair a whole high school soccer coach should be classified as a sex offender with the highest risk to re offend judge Nettie Vogel Thursday of last week ruled the Superior Court magistrate John Flynn got it right when he agreed with the Rhode Island sex offender board of review that Glenn Madison should be listed as a level three sex offender that classification indicates that Madison poses a high risk to re offend and sparks public notice of his presence in Richmond so in doing so vocal rejected medicines arguments that the board quote carry out in the event of vendetta against him because he worked as a security specialist at the state department of corrections at the time of his arrest Richmond police arrested this guy medicine charged him with indecent solicitation of a child and possession of child **** after recent inappropriate text messages to a fifteen year old player on the team and then tried to solicit an undercover detective posing as a juvenile so the judge upholds the former chair hose coaches sex offender status ten minutes.

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"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"peter lvd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sunday night red Sox to one losers to the twins in Fenway Park they welcome the Yankees to town and I'd get news on demand twenty four seven news radio all right dot com now or Rhode Island news traffic and weather around St Pierre newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven if I. Rhode Island news traffic and weather with Ron Saint Pierre on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM all right Gee thanks five after seven o'clock now and it is up to sixty eight degrees we're going to feel the effects the remnants of hurricane Dorian in here probably late in the afternoon tomorrow continuing overnight Friday into Saturday morning storm team ten with urologist Christina Ernie says mostly cloudy today dead on right now afternoon showers and rain lasting right through the night hi today struggling to get to seventy degrees which is well below where we should be this time of the year Saturday morning showers clear up to a breezy mostly cloudy day high of seventy and then Sunday looks like the pick of the litter mostly sunny with a high of seventy five degrees right now sixty eight degrees down Jones industrials surged yesterday up three hundred and seventy two points medalist in today's Providence journal says state officials unveiled a proposal yesterday to redesign Kennedy plaza and relocate bus stops from the transportation hub to other areas of the city now this plan with Rhode Island department of transportation director Peter LVD presented to the Providence foundation's board of directors would create an underpass beneath Washington Street and then connect burn side parking Kennedy plaza to form one large public space the project which could be completed as early as next year would be paid for with thirty five million dollars a bond approved by voters back in two thousand fourteen to create new transit hubs in Providence so was approved five years ago LBT said the department intends to keep the project within the thirty five million dollar budget insert laugh track there yeah right. of a twenty five million dollars some that will be spent on renovations Providence station it could be spent on bus infrastructure next to the station want to see what they're thinking about doing well take a peek at today's Providence journal because they've got it outlined for you. also in the journal this morning Linda bore X. as in another shot across the state takeover by all the Providence school boards submitted a five page list of recommendations to the education commissioner including call do include educators students and families in writing the sweeping reform plan in a letter to the commissioner and hello to infante green the school board wrote we.

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