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"Know constant eye on these yeah can fend for himself for the most part and decide it was in another room doing other things and then she went outside noticed her car was gone about boy now faces a number of charges two forty nine a route recent arrest of a first grader in Orlando shocked and angered the community and also led to the firing of the police officer involved but ABC's Jim Ryan tells us this is far from an isolated incident when sexual chi a roll of Orlando kicked a staff member at her elementary school she was handcuffed taken to jail and charged with battery her case is unusual in that it prompted an apology from police chief Orlando real long I can only imagine how dramatic this was for everyone involved FBI statistics show that between two thousand thirteen two thousand seventeen nearly twenty seven thousand children under ten were arrested in the U. S. juvenile justice advocates tell ABC news that police in school resource officers simply are not trained to deal with the children their sworn to protect Jim Ryan ABC news lawsuits by this resting Connecticut where a couple was looking to stop the department of public health from publicly releasing additional information about immunization rates of private and public schools that suit also sought to have school by school immunization data from twenty seventeen eighteen remove from the department's website judge in Hartford says Brian and Kristen festa had not exhausted their administrative remedies with the state public health officials and therefore the court lacked jurisdiction. seven unvaccinated son the couple filed a suit in June seeking a temporary injunction saying they suffered mental emotional distress due to the vitriolic and hateful statements from the public since the state released immunization data rates in may a big thank you to the person who called for help from a man was lucky to be alive after a car crash early this year the BBC's Karen regal tells a story of a young man who is still recovering it's been a long summer for Caroline free admission recruiter for Phillips academy he just returned from a trip to China when he hit a tree on main street in Andover late at night. no one found for thirty minutes I metro everybody calls in TI when I was getting a drink after work he was having a cheese burger and a beer before going in for surgery the next day to have his skull reattached so I had to wear a helmet just in case fail because I didn't have anything protecting my my brain at least on the right side one daughter decorated phone. like to thank the person who called nine one one I don't know who called the somebody call and he wants you not to drive tired in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio..
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"Special Olympian is held this weekend before the equestrian turn it WBZ's Carl Stevens is in north Andover and tells us that the woman being honored died of complications from triple E. Cheryl Blanton had mixed emotions attending this year's Special Olympics equestrian tournament here it's very special but there is that are simply to return this year without her dear sister Kathy Kathy who contracted triple E. as a trial died earlier this year at the age of fifty two she received therapy here at Windrush farm and participated in Special Olympics over sixteen years her former horse handler author Connie Hambly remembers Kathy fondly she looked at me you know with a with a glint in her eye and then she has this huge thousand watt smile Cathy Stanley announced the establishment of a scholarship fund in their sister's name to help others who could use therapy here from north Andover Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio. and WBZ's Karen regal now tells us the story of a young man who is very lucky to be alive and would like to thank the person who made the nine one one call that likely saved his life in a long summer for Caroline free admission recruiter for Phillips academy he just returned from a trip to China when he hit a tree on main street in Andover late at night. no one phone for thirty minutes I metro everybody calls in TI when I was getting a drink after work he was having a cheese burger and a beer before going in for surgery the next day to have his skull reattached so I had to wear a helmet just in case failed because I didn't have anything protected my my brain at least on the rise daughter decorated phone. I'd like to thank the person who called nine one one I don't know who called the somebody call and he wants you not to drive tired in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio an overnight fire destroys a restaurant at the Halifax Country Club WBZ TV special Fisher has more from the C. firefighters telling us that crews responded after.
"phillips academy" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Night level is an inside side job and it was a demolition to wasn't aircraft going to knock the building down but little little that aside from even the prophetic stuff we're heading toward a file combination where the human race is going to be terminated by a to a large extent by global plan to reduce fertility use i._q. Reduced human lifespan than starving to the death global cataclysm is all by design is not a chance and these superstars. They're hitting three places like the bahamas and so on. We can stop these storms. We don't i know how to stop the storms. I give the technical details. You know why they don't wanna hear they don't want any answers tells them that they can fix the economy and have debt forgiveness. That's how it can actually the every. I just saw an article here on drudge. The average person in middle class in california has not had a more than a one percent rise in their actual living wage and their ability to buy things and forty years the middle class and the poor and i'm doing better off trump tony there will also be richer doing better in fact this is true what we're warna saying but their ideas socialism and communism. It's not fixing the capitalistic state so we have hamiltonian investment in small mall in medium business and having a living wage so everybody can actually live and have an apartment and not be homeless. The thing is that this can be fixed. They don't wanna fix it because house. It's either the left or right leg of the beast that wants us caged in their system isn't it you got republicans on once i was there little plan dan or the damn social democrats the other side but they both want to bring us to the same place totalitarian control freak maniacs is what they want paragraph i ran across it seemed really heavy with <hes> <hes> conspiracy control of history and it's a series <hes> <hes> that was <hes> a book that was was written by david mccullough who was skull and bones and he authored a book called john adams was made into a series and <hes> it's paul geometries <hes> who is the actor there who went to kim schools admission organization actually was born in new haven connecticut and and i looked up his dad and his dad went to <hes> phillips academy another ten schools admissions organization the screening area for people that will <hes> enter into the new world order organizations pretty much like <hes> sees the roads a plan with his landon is using as apparatchiks to create a world government but it's out his dad was scrolling key one of the four secret societies <hes> dr anthony sutton exposed with his america's secret establishment so you.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"One place at apple blossom corners today. Bpm news time for eleven lose to find about why outside school got a new athletic facility. Mayor Emanuel doesn't deny Morton cold night, founder of the academy for urban school leadership asked him to put a thirteen million dollar gym at Phillips academy on the south side. But he says he did not because of a campaign contribution as suggested in the Tribune it was because the kids in their football team deserved it. They practice on the field that doesn't happen at Peyton that doesn't happen at nor site. I make no. No bones about getting the kids on the south side and Brownsville a football an athletic facility worthy of their many societies have been built at several other southside schools to mayor emanuel's to guest on our at issue program this weekend, and you can hear more Sunday at nine thirty AM and nine thirty pm Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine high school association is looking at how to sanction tournaments for a very twenty first century phenomenon. Competitive video gaming one thing they have to get past says, the IHS as Kurt Gibson is the stigma the raised eyebrows that he says her common when you mentioned a state sanctioned video gaming tournament. He says most come around when they understand what the students get from it. It's incredibly positive that east sports offers in many cases, an opportunity for student who may be otherwise hasn't felt really connected to his or her school to to feel that connection to be involved kinda deeper level. Among the questions to be answered is competitive gaming and activity with loose rules or a sport with strict rule. Forty nine schools are on the IHS as emerging sport and activity list, offering competitive video gaming Gibson expects that number will double in a year. Mike Crausser NewsRadio. One five point nine later. This hour another chance to win one thousand dollars listened for the keyword at four twenty four NewsRadio seven hundred one point nine.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Two men who were briefly held them released are telling a different story. Dairo is connected to small through the hit show empire where he played a prisoner in season two both brothers apparently left Chicago for Nigeria on the day of the alleged attack. And we're detained when they return this past Wednesday, Chicago detectives tore through an apartment looking for clues and evidence log shows they found ropes masks in bleach Chicago police released the brothers Friday night without charges. They're now cooperating with police a source close to the investigation confirms to CBS news. The brothers told detectives Smolen paid them to participate in the alleged attack on January twenty nine. Smell. Let's legal team says he will continue to cooperate with Chicago police in the investigation a shooting outside of Hartford, Connecticut nightclub leaves one man dead. Two others wounded had happened as the vibes uptown club was closing up for the night. Police say about eight rounds were fired in the parking lot has dozens of people relieving its Hartford second homicide of the year. No word on the condition of the wounded police in Englewood, New Jersey, arrested guy for killing his elderly parents gnome Laden report police officers did not have to go far to capture Forty-three-year-old, Paul bodak. He was hiding in the parking lot of a shop right near his parents home. Detectives believed the former real estate appraiser stabbed a seventy one year old dab in his seventy two year old mom to death in their home sometime last week. Neighbors say they can't believe such a violent crime took place on their block mandate business. Go to work come home and for something like this. Lafayette. Bolduc faces a slew of charges the most serious being two counts of murder. Police found the bodies when they checked on the house and had to enter through the garage after getting no response to their Knox. Panik unfolds at the airport in Orlando, Florida after a guy tries to breach security leading people to yell that he had a gun, but as ABC Stephanie Ramos reports there was no gun dry and Nels as being detained under Florida's Baker act. It allows emotionally disturbed people to be held under observation in a mental health treatment facility for at least three days. But once he is released police say mills faces several charges chaos hit that airport earlier this month when a TSA agent jumped to his death legislation in Rhode Island would add a one percent tax on the sale of hookah and vaping products. The money raised would be used for educational programs about the dangers of using those products, the Rhode Island state finance committee is considering the measure well bet you didn't know the oldest independent bookstore in the nation is right here in Massachusetts. And over in fact, as we hear from WBZ's Karyn regal Moby, Dick, call her Karen, Harris, she's works at the end over bookstore for twenty nine years can tell ya. All about its history two hundred and ten years ago. The end of a bookstore sprung from the seminary at Phillips academy and eventually moved to this location at seventy seven main street, the former oldest independent bookstore in Pennsylvania was just taken over by Barnes and noble. Megan is here to buy a kids book for a baby shower a book, she loved herself. This is it. This is the oldest one in the country. That's the wonderful to know. That's right here in New Orleans wonderful. Wonderful. So what are you buying? I'm buying a book for one of my very best friend's baby showers that I'm on the way to. Every curls book with anything in Andover. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You know, how many billions of dollars large powerful interests are trying to fight us from getting to a point where we have universal access to healthcare. And so if you believe like, I do not just fight for healthcare, but fight to get money out of politics. That's why this campaign, I will not take corporate money. I will not take federal lobbyists money. I will not take the senators are campaigning during the long holiday weekend at marks the start of the first congressional recess of the year in Chicago. There's new evidence in the apparent assault on empire actor Jesse small at CBS is Dana Jacobson reports. Two brothers were hauled in for questioning Chicago police released and did not charge to Nigerian brothers who are arrested earlier on Friday. Police say the brothers gave them new evidence to investigate. But gave no new details on what new information. They learned smell latte says he was beaten last month by two masked men shouting, racial and anti gay slurs. Police dismissed the report this week that the alleged attack. Was a hoax. The case is being investigated as a possible hate crime. It's four twenty one a Seattle based test prep company says seven of the twenty five best schools in America are right here in Massachusetts WBZ's Bill Marcus runs down the list test, innovators CEO and founder, Dan Shahar shows, the number one desired destination of the fifteen thousand students who prepped online for to high school admission tests was Phillips academy in Andover. Massachusetts is the best represented on this list charge says the US and Canada are shutting the most students to our area, but China and Hong Kong and then South Korea, our next Chinese students are interested eventually in to American universities, and they realize coming in an American high school is going to help their application. Also on the list. Boston Latin school Deerfield academy noble in green. No, Boston, Latin academy and Buckingham Browne and Nichols upper school in Cambridge Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's. Newsradio. It's four twenty to Connecticut's. Governor is considering a Bill that could collect a billion dollars a year in tolls. Last year democrat Ned Lamont said he'd only support tolls for interstate trucks. But now with less than a week before he delivers his first budget. Lamont says he's considering other tolling options that include a wider net on cars and trucks..
"phillips academy" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Bush was born June twelfth nineteen twenty four the son of Republican Senator Prescott Bush of Massachusetts. He graduated from Phillips academy in Andover. And the US navy on his eighteenth birthday. Bush is said to be the youngest pilot in the navy to receive. His wings while flying combat missions in World War Two. He was shot down twice. It was honored with the distinctive Flying Cross for heroism under fire. Bush expressed the philosophy of living outside of yourself part of something part of the community. Give others the emphasize do instead of complaining it comes naturally. And so I think for people just to sit and whine and complain about things in life. That's not good enough. He got to be in the game off the bench getting the game. President Trump and his wife say they are mourning the death of former President George Hw Bush in a statement he released on Twitter. Trump said the forty first president inspired generations of his fellow Americans with his essential authenticity. Disarming wit an unwavering commitment to faith family and country. He wrote that the bushes life will stir future Americans to pursue a greater cause. Alaska officials will be busy this weekend. Trying to assess the damage. Following yesterday's seven point zero magnitude earthquake north of Anchorage. Authorities say state and national guard helicopters were flying over south central Alaska. Trying to get a big picture look at the damage. Meanwhile, Anchorage police deployed drones to look for large-scale damage on the ground teams of engineers spent much of Friday afternoon and evening checking public buildings for structure damage, but so far have not come across any major issues. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Your.
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"Bush is being remembered as a war hero. The forty first president passed away at the age of ninety four and Friday night. Bush was born June twelfth nineteen twenty four the sign of Republican Senator Prescott Bush of Massachusetts. He graduated from Phillips academy and handover and joined the US navy on his eighteenth birthday. Bush is said to be the youngest pilot in the navy to receive his wings while flying combat missions in World War Two. He was shot down twice. It was honored with the distinctive Flying Cross for heroism under fire. Bush expressed the philosophy of living outside of yourself part of something they apart of the community give others the emphasized do instead of complaining it comes naturally. And so I think for people just to sit and whine and complain about things in life. That's not good enough. You got to be in the game. Get off the bench getting a game. President trump. His wife say they are mourning the death of former President George Hw Bush in a statement he released on Twitter. Trump said the forty first president inspired generations of his fellow Americans with his essential authenticity. Disarming wit an unwavering commitment to faith family and country. He wrote that the bushes life will stir future Americans to pursue a greater cause. Alaska officials will be busy this weekend. Trying to assess the damage following yesterday's seven point zero magnitude earthquake north of Anchorage. Authorities say state and national guard helicopters were flying over south central Alaska. Trying to get a big picture look at the damage. Meanwhile, Anchorage police deployed drones to look for large scale damage on the ground teams of engineers spent much of Friday afternoon and evening checking public buildings for structure damage, but so far have not come across any major issues. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. North Carolina officials are voting to investigate election fraud in the ninth congressional district. Republican Mark Harris defeated democrat, Dan McCreevy by nine hundred five votes out of nearly three hundred thousand cast, however, a bipartisan election board unanimously voted earlier this week not to certify the results because of concerns over absentee mail in ballots in bladen county residents of that county are giving sworn statements that people came to their doors and urge them to hand over their absentee ballots that they had not requested a tesla driver in California California's under arrest after the highway patrol spotted him sleep driving while the car was on autopilot. Brian shook has the details. Officers say when the model S driver failed to yield to a traffic stop on the one. Oh, one in San Mateo Friday. They pulled alongside him to find him either asleep or passed out they pulled in front of the car, which eventually slowed from seventy miles per hour to thirty miles per hour. The forty five year old man was taken into custody. In Palo Alto after failing sobriety test. Nasa is keeping an eye on the bacteria and the international space station program called microbial observatory has discovered an antibiotic resistant bacteria on the ISS toilet seat. Nesta's MO has found that microgravity made bacterial strains more resistant to antibiotics known hazards to astronauts include radiation and low gravity but NASA is becoming more concerned about bacteria both in the ISS. And in the astronauts, Hamilton creator and star Lin Manuel. Miranda now has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. A rift on some of his lyrics from the musical in the heights. Reports of my fame are still probably greatly exaggerated the Grammy Tony and Pulitzer prize winning artists, most notable work includes writing the musicals Hamilton and in the heights Di mutual NBC News Radio. Don't.
"phillips academy" Discussed on Here & Now
"I was deeply shaken and I just posted as anybody else having these really bad Manley's come up Alexandra. Let's GAAS graduated from the National Cathedral school in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight with many memories. She wishes she could forget. There was a drunk girl in a room and they're. There was a boy in there with her, and there were other boys lined up outside the door. My friend recalls hearing, I'm next, I'm next. It was such a toxic culture of power and privilege. She says, many guys didn't even try to hide it, and schools knew how bad it was in nineteen ninety. The Washington Post reported that seven of them, including Georgetown prep where Kavanagh went sent a joint warning to parents about the excessive drinking and sex at unsupervised parties. They called it a recipe for disaster. Georgetown preps, current president declined to comment, but in a recent letter to parents vowed to reevaluate school culture and to quote work with the guys on respect for women, John, Paul Frey is head of school at Phillips academy in end over Massachusetts. This has been a call to every educator, I think. And I think any school that isn't engaged in soul-searching. Those making a mistake, schools have already changed dramatically since the eighties. Paul Frey. Says driven by evolving attitudes in society at large, Dan, by a student body that's no longer. So exclusively the privileged and powerful. And he says, students are now schooled on what he calls a culture of consent and respect. It is changing, but it still a problem on campuses, and I certainly can't say that we are out of the woods yet. Indeed, just three years ago, Saint Albans school in DC had to recall its yearbooks after discovering seniors at the elite. All boys school had included crude and sexist slurs that's way too recent. This is very disturbing attorney, Eric MC leash represents victims of sexual assault and is also a Saint Albans alum. That tells me that there's an issue with that school is really indefensible. Saint Albans declined to comment, but in a letter to parents and alumni, the school apologized for the incidents involved to learn from past mistakes. Paul Frey from Phillips Andover says, some schools have been quicker than others to get with the program in difficult. Situations. I certainly think there are cases in which schools make decision based on reputation, and they shouldn't Jerry partial felt that way. When he got a letter from his old school Georgetown prep, he says it put too much emphasis on praising students, accomplishments and public service. I wish they had owned up a little bit more to say, look, there clearly was a problem here, and there's more we can do about it, and we're going to work to fix it. Ultimately, even the best campus efforts can only do so much both for he says, he worries about what would happen if the Senate rejects the allegations against judge Cavanaugh and confirms him. He says, many students will continue to believe the stories and will then be getting a mixed message about underage drinking and sexual misconduct. It will make it seem that these things are not as consequential or important as we've been saying they are, and it will make it more complicated for us as as a caters to hold the line on sexual misconduct in some ways. And even if the Senate votes, no. Altri says, public officials have already made comments in recent weeks that also undermine what schools have been trying to teach tovia.
Former high school dean convicted of shooting student over marijuana
"Brookline playground his attorney says the charges against christian amaral are unwarranted wbz tv's david robichaud with reaction tonight from the mother of the alleged victims friend piss his neck cook video of the suspect as he left the conferees middling lynn says the boys were just getting water for their pet hamster several people took video of the suspect as he left the park and brooklyn police posted the pictures on social media at least five tipsters told police it was amaral we don't really understand why in the area right now but we arrested him early this morning at his house he had changed his appearance he shaved his beard emerald attorney said his client did not try to strangle the boy saying there are at least two witnesses who claim the suspect never touched the kids at all emerald is hell tonight pending a dangerousness hearing next week a former dina boston english high school faces up to twenty years in prison after a jury finds him guilty of shooting and trying to kill a student sean harrison convicted today on multiple charges including armed assault with intent to murder prosecutors say that harrison recruited seventeen year old student louise rodriguez to sell marijuana for him at the high school then shot rodriguez because he believed the high school student was not making enough money and drug sales and withholding cash he was also afraid he would rat him out the defense claimed rodriguez was shot by one of his marijuana customer sentencing by the way is tomorrow we will be there there and a rash of threats against schools around the area today phillips academy andover holds its prom tonight even though classes were cancelled earlier because of an email threat a.
Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby accuser, speaks out following verdict
"Time three forty eighth sun and clouds in boston beautiful afternoon it's eighty four degrees thank you for being with us i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the former dean of boston english high school sean harrison found guilty of shooting a student he was convicted today he will be sentenced tomorrow phillips academy in andover closed today after getting an email threat meantime sudbury curtis middle school opened today after police investigated the threat apparently made by students involving a gun wall street is struggling deep in the red today the dow is giving back much of what it gained yesterday off by almost two hundred forty points ten minutes away from the closing bell bill cosby's chief accuser is speaking out for the first time since the comedian was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault last month and andrea constand has a lot to say andrea constand says she felt like a quote limp noodle after she says bill cosby gave her three blue pills and sexually assaulted her back in two thousand four that's from excerpts of an interview with nbc's dateline it's the first time constand has spoken publicly since cosby's conviction she describes wanting to resist cosby's advances but says she was unable cosby has maintained the encounter was consensual he remains under house arrest until the sentencing in september mark remillard abc news dueling videos of the arrest of a philadelphia woman on memorial day weekend suspected of underage drinking show her both spitting at an officer and throwing a punch at police police body cam video released today show the spitting and name calling by the woman arrested on a new jersey shore front twenty year old emily wineman will be in court facing charges including aggravated assault a witness also shot a video showing the punch that has gone viral a vice president of a big wall street right bank is charged with insider trading on his desk at goldman sachs j john was able to learn a lot of non public information about a lot of clients federal prosecutors said he used it to trade stock and he tried to conceal it by conducting those elicit trades through an account held by a friend in south korea.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Prison day at phillips academy in andover today police maintaining a heavy presence on the campus after a threat was made yesterday police say it turned out the school wasn't specifically mentioned in the threat but the unanimous email did make threats to harm others the european union is promising to act swiftly to impose tariffs so us products this after president trump announces new import duties on european steel and aluminum a civilian observing gun trading the nfl police department is accidentally shot the northwestern da's office says the person has a non life threatening wound to the leg and is now hospitalized state police are investigating apple police will also conduct an internal review of the circumstances of the shooting a russian journalist who apparently faked his own death in order to unveil a plot by russian spies to murder him and detain those behind the plot is not being hailed as a hero instead arcadia bob janko is facing a lot of scrutiny ukraina arrested one man they claim he was plotting thirty more assassinations for the russians the kremlin denies everything bobcat tangos colleagues they're upset they say he's now undermine the credibility of all journalists and helped latimer putin and other world leaders attack any story they don't like by just calling it fake news but by has really probably in the most trouble with his wife terry moran abc news london efforts underway at the philadelphia zoo to get away would flock of four peacocks back under control last night the birds took a stroll along a major highway forcing state police to shut the road down backup stretched for miles police managed to get the birds off the road but they couldn't capture them zoo officials say they went to roost for the night zoo says the peacocks roam freely on the grounds but occasionally they do venture past the gates they say they normally returned home on their.
"phillips academy" Discussed on TechStuff
"Files out to my super producer tari so that's the reason for that but let's talk all about net sweet what is this company was it do where did it come from well it's a company that makes products for other companies products and services so it's a business to business enterprise most of us would likely have no real experience with net sweet unless we work in some company that is relying on net sweets products otherwise we don't really have contact with it it's one of those companies that works behind the scenes and these business to business companies often when you start digging into it on the surface level they seem really complicated and sometimes it seems like there's nothing there in relation to what we do in our normal lives but then when you really look in you realize wait a minute these are the companies that do work that allow the other companies that i am familiar with the ones that i do interface with directly to do their work so you can think of net sweet as one of the companies that creates those products that allow other companies like retail companies service companies to do what they do and that's why you have the experience you do working with those companies at least on a on a grand level before you get really granular so net sweets story begins with its founder evan goldberg goldberg was adopted at birth he grew up in let's lexington massachusetts as a young boy he became interested in math and by fifth grade he was already into programming and he really took to it so much so that that became his main focus he attended phillips academy and over and later he attended harvard he had scholarships with both he graduated from harvard with a degree in applied mathematics very smart guy and a lot of people describe him as being extremely talented when it comes to applied mathematics and coding in fact.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WRVA
"Was sixteen a student at the private ashley hall school in charleston south carolina renews when she met george herbert walker bush was then attending the private phillips academy in andover massachusetts a romance was sparked at the nineteen forty one christmas dance and continue mostly through letters she later called him her i love and said he was the only boy shiver kiss she entered smith college in nineteen forty three but if she told united press international years later didn't like to study very much the truth is i just wasn't very interested i was just interested in george she would drew from smith in nineteen forty four after their engagement was announced her fiance handsome navy pilot was serving in the south pacific on september two nineteen forty four what is plane was hit by enemy fire was rescued in the water they married on january six nineteen fortyfive while george was on was on home on leave he had named his bomber plane barbara after the war she went with him to new haven connecticut where he graduated from yale university and then to west texas many years after rush told the post that her early experiences in texas help tougher for public life when you become a couple all grown up nobody son or daughter nobody's shadow you are you in nineteen fifty three the bush family was devastated by the prolonged suffering eventual death daughter robin whose full name was pauline robinson bush decades later barbara bush would still choke up on speaking of her she said i was combing her hair and holding her hand i saw that little body i saw her spirit go barbara was thrust into despair by the ordeal and its aftermath but the post reported the robin's death deepened mrs bush's pond with her son george who was seven at the time the oldest he would tell friends he could not go out play because his mother needed and he worked hard to cheer her up shaping as it happened his personality mrs bush gradually regained her equilibrium with her husband she started a foundation they raised money for leukemia research and awareness she also spent considerable time helping guide her son neil through his struggles with dyslexia she said her son's reading disorder contributed to her.
"phillips academy" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"Angelique sued has always sought out opportunities that aren't easy that seem intimidating at first that inspired her to leave flint michigan at fourteen for the elite boarding school phillips academy on a scholarship ended inspired her to take on the role of ceo of at thirty four i think that when you are pushed outside of your comfort zone you often get up that learning curve so much faster and you develop as a leader so much faster this is success how i did it from business insider i'm rich baloney videos and add free video platform for filmmakers who sued calls creators in the videos on video are generally more highly produced than those on youtube sued worked at meal for three years before getting the ceo job in july of twenty seventeen it was an opportunity she told me she wasn't expecting and so that's why she had to take to told us how she had a new vision for video as she led its creator steve as i was leading that business and as business continue to get traction the world around us sort of changed when it came to original content you know he started to see companies not just net flex but many other spending billions of dollars on content and it sort of became clear that we weren't really going to be solving a problem that wasn't already being solved and on the other side of the crater opportunity was just so big and was only growing and we felt that we had a really unique story in a role to play could you come at explain what videos approaches like you're saying this two pronged approach and how that would be different from say youtube it is different from youtube you know youtube is providing tools specifically toget creators to get eyeballs and audience as they build their ad business that video we are sort of a platform agnostic company we provide creators with the tools to create video review rough cuts share them with their team members use the very advanced privacy tools and then when they want to distribute those videos we actually help them distribute not just on.
"phillips academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The job by the senate today on his nomination the uae's are ninety two the nays are five the nomination is confirmed those no votes included cures to jilo brand elizabeth warren and ron wyden democrat senator dianne feinstein pledging her support for ray i commit to working with him to support the fbi its mission gop senator chuck grassley also took up for ray missed ray will step in to this role at a crucial moment not only in the history of the fbi but in the history of the nation they'll rakoff cbs news washington time cbs corresponded regime zhang says there could be some more changes at the white house with a new chief of staff now on the job president trump met with small business owners at the white house tuesday afternoon as part of his american dream we the jobs are coming boring back factories are coming pouring back into our country but it's the business behind the scenes that getting more attention this is white house chief of staff john kelly's first full day on the job after he was sworn in monday his initial order business getting rid of newlyappointed white house communications director anthony scaramucci in the pecking order in the west wing has changed all staffers including the president's daughter ivanka and soninlaw jared kushner who now report directly to kelley instead of the president there is one change the president does not plan to me his use of social media he says his tweets are the only way to communicate the truth to the american people fail after a series of prepschool scandals including summit phillips academy of andover phillips academy officials say they're trying to avert any more students being hurt by its own faculty wbz's karyn regal with more phillips academy center which school community and posted on its website.
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"In in ron wyden democrat senator dianne feinstein pledging her support for ray iconet to working with him to support the fbi its mission gop senator chuck grassley also took up for ray missed ray will step into this role at a crucial moment not only in the history of the fbi but in the history of the nation they'll rakoff cbs news washington dhabi time cbs correspondent rejudge zhang says the could be more changes at the white house with a new chief of staff now on the job president trump met with small business owners at the white house tuesday afternoon as part of his american dream we the jobs are coming boring back factories it coming pouring back into our country but it's the business hina scenes that's getting more attention this is white house chief of staff john kelly's first full day on the job after he was sworn in monday his initial order of business with getting rid of newlyappointed white house communications director anthony scaramucci and the pecking order in the west wing has changed all staffers including the president's daughter ivanka and soninlaw jared kushner now report directly to kelley instead of the president there is one change the president does not plan to make his use of social media he says his tweets are the only way to communicate the the truth to the american people after a series of prepschool scandals including summit phillips academy and handover phillips academy officials say they are trying to avert any more students being hurt by its own faculty wbz's karyn regal with more phillips academy center which school community posted on its website a letter detailing the latest from the private law firm at hired to investigate allegations of sexual abuse at the elite prep school some allegations stretching back decades director communications tracy sweet says the faculty and staff undergo training every year as you students so they know they can come forward safely there are a number of ict out in the end of a community but who didn't may feel i am cook acute so say it could be a coach it could be how count where a teacher acupoint keno there a number of ways quite firm we hope student will feel comfortable in faith in pick and over karyn regal wbz newsradio 1030 firefighters and worcester undergoing a different kind of training this summer wbz's lanta john's telling us as the opioid opioid crisis grows the.
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"On lorry curvy here's what we're following collectively in the news room today phillip handover promises to make changes be more transparent after allah gatien's of sex abuse i think really lost though today than ever and over hidden pour into her and some democrats don't like it proposed legislation for governor baker allowing authorities to water federal detainers for dangerous criminal derek fisher with accu weather zia spot downpour this evening the drying out overnight low sixty to sixty seven tomorrow partly cloudy warren muggy pies 85 ninety scattered showers and storms likely on wall street dow twenty two thousand is closer it's up sixty nine points the bloomberg business report is coming up topping our news this hour phillips academy says it's trying to keep any more students from being hurt by its faculty wbz's karyn regal reports the school is talking about some dark incidents in its past phillips academy sent what school community posted on its website a letter detailing the latest from the private law firm at hired to investigate allegations of sexual abuse at the elite prep school some allegations stretching back decades director of communications tracy sweet says the faculty and staff undergo training every here as do students so they know they can come forward safely there are a number of adult in the end of a community but who didn't me feel army cook acute so they could be a coach it could be how count where a teacher acupoint keno there a number of ways while firm we hope students will feel comfortable and safe incorrect act end over karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 the jeremiah oliver case is back in the news today the man accused of helping the 5yearolds mother dump his body on the side of a highway admits to assaulting the woman and two of her other children alberto sierra is sentenced to up to seven years with a string of conditions the worcester county da has also filed a notice that he will not pursue kidnapping and other charges at this time again sierra related to the boys disappearance and death jeremiahs mother answeer his former girlfriend are awaiting trial on assault and other charges related to the alleged views of her children on democrat said he warren nj gonzalez are slamming governor baker for his bill filed today that would let the.
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"In the top shelf trial local teamsters are charged with extortion the defence claims this was an extortion just a case of five middle aged men picketing to get their union members higher wbz the accu weather the hot and humid weather hive '86 cooler along the coast with pop up afternoon shower on wall street the dow is up eighty two points endow twenty two thousand gets closer the bloomberg business report is coming up wbz news time to oon the case of a five year old fitchburg boy y whose murder remains were found in a suitcase in sterling three years ago that case is back in the news wbz's leonard jones tells us the boyfriend of jeremiah oliver's mother has pleaded guilty to charges that he abuse the mother and two siblings alberto sierra will spend six to seven years in prison on the abuse charge his but pending any new developments in the investigation charges of kidnapping and reckless endangerment related to jeremiahs death are dropped elsa oliver who is still awaiting trial invoked her fifth amendment rights when asked to testify against sierra the jeremiah oliver cases sparked outrage and a top to bottom review of the department of children and families when it was revealed that jeremiah was not getting the state is supervision that was ordered because of trouble in his home outside worcester superior court lanta jones wbz newsradio 1030 allegations of controversy continue to surround phillips academy in andover to former faculty members at the elite prep school allegedly harm students back in the 1970s phillips academies head of school wrote in an email to the school community that brian davidson and frederic lie men are both accused of engaging in sexual misconduct with students meanwhile these claims i came to life through an independent investigation gatien commissioned by philips academy in other top stories today mass john says the com average replacement project is on schedule but it is causing significant backups heading into boston today we get the latest from wbz tvs briana pet so far they moved eight hundred and twenty tons of.