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Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

02:56 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBBM Evening News

"Is mourning the loss of four fishermen who went missing. When an 82 ft fishing vessel sank off Provincetown, Massachusetts Coast Guard says it's called off the search for the crew of the Portland based Emmy Rose. It sank early Monday morning what it was on route to Gloucester, Massachusetts. Authorities say the foreman aboard were all main fisherman. Pilots at Delta Airlines have accepted concessions on pay in exchange for protection against furloughs through next year. Pilots voted to accept the agreement as Delta deals with a sharp downturn in travel caused by the pandemic. The airline had threatened to furlough more than 1700 pilots this weekend, if in agreement wasn't Reached Long time University of cargo professor and CBS two international analyst, Marvin Zonis has passed away zone has joined the UC faculty in 1966 and Todd costs of courses on international political economy, political risk and business leadership. Starting in 1983. He appeared on television providing inside into a variety of international issues. Marvin Zonis died November 15th. At the age of 84. WBBM news time. 11 46 was sports Rick Great Nick Foles remains out of bears practice with a bad hip Mitch Travis Keys shoulder has healed enough that he took all the snaps on the day of Palace Hall. And that may mean for risky starts Sunday against Green Bay. Matt Maggie not promising that yet, but if it happens, some quarterbacks might have gone into the tank. After that emotion that your biscuit endured seven weeks ago, but mad, Maggie says he did. I feel like it's the opposite for him. He gets a chance to play. He gets a chance to be the starter. He's gonna use the stuff that he's learned from and use it to help him make better plays on Game day. And so that's kind of what I feel about where he's at with this opportunity is a great opportunity for me. If you get the chance to play against the Packers defense, he knows but behind a shuffled offensive line and a new play caller and Bill Lazor covering the Bears. Jeff Juniac news radio one of 5.9 FM. Same running back, though David Montgomery back from concussion protocol, defensive tackle Akeem Hicks, still out with hamstring issues. Bears and Packers Sunday night. Our coverage begins at four. Thanksgiving now has two scheduled NFL games, not three. Houston Detroit Washington, Dallas Good Baltimore Pittsburgh, Not because of the Ravens covert issues. Baltimore says it has discipline to staff member who broke protocol. Diego Maradona died. The Argentine soccer legend was 60, the Toledo Blade and others. Report. Ohio State football has several cases of covert. No decision yet on Saturdays, Buckeyes align I game eighth ranked Illinois Basketball opened its season by shellacking North Carolina anti 1 22 67 points off the Big 10 record. Ohio You beat Chicago ST 84 61 you I see over northern by four with sports on the home of the Bears, Rick Greg NewsRadio 7 88 to 5.9 FM Javadi BBM Means.

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Boston - The Coast Guard Calls Off The Search For The Emmy Rose Fishing Vessel

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 22 hrs ago

Boston - The Coast Guard Calls Off The Search For The Emmy Rose Fishing Vessel

"These search for a missing crew on a fishing boat that sank Monday morning has been called off. Coast Guard had been Combing the waters off the coast of Provincetown, searching for four people who were aboard the Emmy rose fishing boat that originated in Portland, Maine. It was around 1 30 in the morning on Monday when the ship sank some 20 miles northeast of

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Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"45. Underway right now and Pennsylvania. Rudy Giuliani is talking about voter fraud in that state. He's calling it a hearing is taking place in a hotel. Beacon Hill. The House and Senate break for Thanksgiving without acting on a 2021 fiscal budget thing. CDC warns against travel, But people are traveling big time coronavirus death toll now surpassing 260,000 in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins on We now know the identities of the four fishermen on board a fishing boat out of name. They're both went down off the coast of Provincetown this week and again, the identities now known they are. Geoff Matthews, Ethan Ward, Michael Poor, Per, and Robert Bless Ben. The Coast Guard search for the vessel and high season wins..

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Coast Guard suspends search for fishing crew in the Atlantic

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Coast Guard suspends search for fishing crew in the Atlantic

"Suspended its search for four missing fisherman off the coast of the Commonwealth captain Wesley Hester to search and rescue mission coordinator with the Coast Guard's first district, telling WBZ. The decision to suspend the search is never an easy one. He says. Their crews have been searching continuously for more than 38 hours. And during that search that covered more than 2000 Square Miles. The Coast Guard got the emergency radio beacon from the M E Rose, which was based in Portland, Maine, around 1 30 on Monday morning. This came in from about 20 nautical miles off Provincetown, the owner of the vessel reported four people were aboard couldn't get an answer on the satellite phone on the boat on crews arrived there at the scene. They found the radio beacon and the life raft but no sign of the vessel or the fisherman. Again. The Emmy

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Fresh "Provincetown" from WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Provincetown" from WBZ Midday News

"Upto Lynnfield, take about 20 minutes. Kevin Brennan, WBZ traffic on the threes. All right, Kevin. Thank you. We've got cloudy skies and some raindrops and again the dinner time forecast calling for showers and fought Thanksgiving Day dreary and mild with periods of rain. The holiday forecast is coming up. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. And good afternoon. Here are the five things you need to know. A 12 15. The Coast Guard identifies the four fishermen on board. The Emmy rose out of Maine that sank off the coast of Provincetown lost at sea. The search is off on Beacon Hill, the House and Senate break for Thanksgiving without acting.

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Coast Guard suspends search for missing fishing vessel crew

Howie Carr

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

Coast Guard suspends search for missing fishing vessel crew

"U. S Coast Guard this afternoon continued its search for four missing fishermen. Early yesterday, A commercial fishing vessel out of Portland, Maine, went down around 20 miles off of Provincetown. Newspapers up in Maine say the crew of the Emmy Rose was very experienced.

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Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

02:09 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "provincetown" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"With us but first Here's what's happening at 11 30 as we get ever closer to a well needed Corona virus vaccine that works. Some remain skeptical. Top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says there should be no doubts about safety agencies. Karen Travers is in Washington with more. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's concerned that some Americans would be hesitant to get a covert 19 vaccine found, she said on ABC is Good Morning America. The vaccine process is transparent and independent, and despite the speed of the development, safety and science were not compromised, and we just got to keep getting that message out, because it would really be terrible. If we have, which we do three now and maybe more highly efficacious vaccines and people don't take it. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Corona virus pandemic is surging locally and nationally, deaths in the United States have just surpassed 260,000, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus map. For more than 12.6 million cases. Now across the United States Be mall in Massachusetts, the Department of Public Health is out with its daily update, and it shows more people are in the hospital again. Happily be Zeze. Carl Stevens continues. Tracking Covic. The virus is really turning into a turkey in these days before Thanksgiving, sending more people to the hospital. In this latest update from the state Department of Public Health. We see the number of confirmed covert patients in the hospital is at 9 54 over the weekend. It was below 900. The number of people in the ICU remains above 200. It's a 204. There are 20 newly reported deaths among confirmed cases in the average age of death remains at 81 years old. The number of newly reported cases is once again above 2000. It's a 2225 with a seven day positivity rate, barely above 3% Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news. We have just learned the names of the four fishermen from a main fishing vessel vessel that went down off the coast of Provincetown earlier this week. They're identified as Geoff Matthews, Ethan.

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"provincetown" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:10 min | 1 d ago

"provincetown" Discussed on Radio Boston

"What steps do we need to take to increase safety for commercial fisherman yet. I mean a couple of different pieces to that equation in first and foremost is you know. We have fisherman that. They're fishing under dangerous circumstances in a lot of times. They're fishing at times when they're trying to get the best price for their fish and that can be through bad weather that can be through bad circumstances And so i. I hope that everybody when they are buying fish when they are sourcing their fish their remembering that there's people out there that are that are doing that hard work to to bring it home and that it is a dangerous job. It's something that fishermen obviously love and care deeply about There's risks and Price that we pay for our fish is not just what we pay for it. The counter And so i. I really hope that we all remember that and There were willing to pay a price for the fish so that we don't have to have people feel as though they're being forced to take unnecessary risks at times ben. Is there anything else you want us to know. As we all continue to hope and pray for a successful rescue of the former fisherman from the emi rose. Yeah i mean i think the only other thing we would love to just share for those within the fishing community is that after we went through our tragic loss. Last year became pretty clear. The fishing community didn't have the support structure within it To always get those of us in the community fishermen their families The help that they need when it came to mental health so we actually have a program that we set up Set up last year It's funded where individual. They're looking for counseling if they're if they're willing to make that kick that step We have funding available to pay for that. And so you know. One of the reasons why i agreed to talk as we really wanna share that opportunity with the fishing community Have to be those that are directly connected to the vote. everybody You know goes through these types of crisis in their own heads when it happens and so if somebody struggling we want them to know that there's a program out there and they can go to our website to find details about how they can access those resources for the fishing community and that's been martin's executive director of the main coast fishermen's association. Our thoughts are with your community. Ben thank you thank you..

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"provincetown" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:34 min | 1 d ago

"provincetown" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is radio boston. I'm tci during the us. Coastguard continues searching for the. Emi rose a main based ground. Fishing boat for fishermen are missing after the boat sank twenty miles off the coast of province town for an update on the search. We are joined by petty officer ryan. No well with the. Us coastguard petty officer. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Nice to meet you. What is the latest on the search. Currently we are still searching. For the four fishermen from the emi rose we have two assets out there actively searching that the coast guard cutter vigorous and also and won forty four ocean century. Out of air station cape cod. so. I know there's a lot we don't know we don't want to speculate on what we don't know. But can you tell us what the coast guard has learned to this point about what happened to the emi rose as of right now we're still unsure as to what have happened We just know that we're actively searching and when the call yesterday morning at around one thirty. Am we got there Perp was emergency position indicating radio beacon. We got the message. And we got assets out there on scene within an hour to check out what's going on and we Came upon debris and empty liferaft and from there. We got additional assets to assist in the search. And is this a a small boat. Large boat The empty rose is actually an eighty two foot-dragger Its homeport out of portland maine. So we're deeply concerned about the missing fishermen. Our thoughts are with them. How often does the coastguard respond to these types of emergencies while this is actually the first big search. We've gotten like this in some time. But regardless of whatever happens the coastguard will always respond to any type of may emergency emergency position indicating radio beacon or e per phone. Call anything like that will always be up and ready to respond when you refer to it as a big search. What is what does that mean to you. Is that the size and scope of the search or the import of the search. How should we think about that. Well as of just eleven thirty this morning we've actually been searching for about thirty six hours here with the coverage of about approximately fifteen hundred square miles We've had multiple assets in the search such as like i mentioned before who is active the coast cutter vigorous the coast guard cutter. Key largo A couple sixties or helicopters from air station cape cod as well as the h. C. one forty four ocean century and also we even have station province town out there assisting so we just try to get as many assets out there to assist to help in the search as we can't looking for four fishermen.

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Coast Guard searches for crew after fishing boat sinks in Atlantic

WBZ Afternoon News

03:34 min | 2 d ago

Coast Guard searches for crew after fishing boat sinks in Atlantic

"For the crew of a fishing boat that sank off the coast of Massachusetts. They're looking for four crew members off the 82 FT. Any roses shipped out of Portland, Maine. It sank early this morning off Provincetown Petty Officer Amanda where Rick at the Coast Guard says they weren't notified by a distress call. Come in. Center got notification around one o'clock this morning. Germany curb and that is an acronym for emergency position indicating radio beacon and what that is, is. It's a registered device aboard a vessel that when it gets wet, sends us notification search is being made more difficult have been 8 FT Seas and 35 Mile an hour winds state police

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To closings Provincetown on the Cape may close down commercial street that is very very busy every summer well they want to close it down some in town to traffic they won't allow for more social distancing for walkers who come to that tourist community the board of selectmen in Provincetown is weighing the proposal to close commercial street to through traffic between Spanish and court streets from six to ten at nine Thursdays through Sundays in June twelve oh eight and let's say good afternoon to Andrew days over a Bloomberg business news and a lot to digest today what's going on on on your watch if you will enter yeah well we have a wall of economic numbers laureates coming wall street's way today some hopeful some not so for traders or concentrating on the former Dow right now gaining a hundred forty three nasdaq up seventy six S. and P. up twenty one reading striking US durable goods orders and personal consumption both exceed forecasts that helps build the case that the worst of the pandemic's economic it has already been sustained also helping is the latest on unemployment which shows the first decline in two and a half months in the number of people receiving ongoing jobless benefits website U. S. GDP fell five percent January to March according to the latest update a change from an earlier estimate of minus four point eight percent and April pending home sales collapsed almost twenty two percent for March biggest drop on record antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio under thank you well this is the time of year where it's getting warm and people are dragging out the floats from you know the outside the shed and they're hitting the water well as scary moment on Cape Cod a child was on the inflatable raft and then the tide and current floated the child away will tell you what happened after.

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"provincetown" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

11:59 min | 9 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm UNLV museum. Archipelago is your audio guide through the rocky landscape of museums each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started. Sometimes a historical event is all about the branding and the brand of Plymouth. Rock as the spot. Where William Bradford and the mayflower pilgrims first disembarked is pretty strong in the American tradition. That I grew up learning the rock symbolized the pilgrims arrival in what is now the United States and at the beginning of their interactions with native nations. Who Live Nearby Plymouth? Rock is an easy visualization tool shorthand. Something that sticks in your mind. But the mayflower. Didn't I land on Plymouth rock or even anywhere near? What is now Plymouth Massachusetts? Its first five weeks on this continent which included the signing of the mayflower compact happened in the bay on the other side of Cape Cod near city now called province town. I grew up in province town. And when you grow up in province town and it's all you know it's all you ever know so I grew up knowing that the pilgrims landed here and we were always taught the importance of the mayflower compact and to go out in the world and realize that not everyone was taught that is just fascinating. They spent five and a half weeks here exploring our shores There are a lot of significant moments before they realized that the train was just to rocky not as protected from the weather. So they got back on the boat and headed to Plymouth for whatever reason in history books and when kids are taught it really picks up at that point in blimp. It's fairly easy to compress five weeks particularly if they happened. Four Hundred Years Ago. The quest here is not just accuracy. It's not about saying well. Actually it's to be aware all participating in historical branding and that monuments and museums are perhaps the best brand ambassadors. Hello My name is Courtney hearst and I'm president of the Board at the pilgrim monument and province town museum. It is interesting even recently. Unfortunately there were some graffiti on Plymouth rock just last week you every news feed was running it especially here locally and it was saying. Plymouth landing place of so we were calling to correct people. Say That's actually not true. The province town museum sits under the Pilgrim Monument. A Slim Granite Tower that dominates the skyline of province town. The monument was completed in nineteen ten to draw attention to the fact that the mayflower landed. Here I good branding as a school kid. Her said that the top of the tower was a great place to escape with friends and since the museum was free she would hang out there. Whenever her school was between sports seasons but during those childhood visits she was unaware of another type of dehumanizing. Branding happening in the exhibits. The whole hang used to be lined with these huge murals almost life size as a kid. They felt life-size. Now that I'm talking I'd say they're not but they're big and each one depicted a different moment in the pilgrim's arrival and the impact on that nation. So it's their first interaction and the native people all look exactly alike. There's no definition in their faces. Their hair is exactly alike. They all look really aggressive. Really angry. And that they're on the attack the pilgrims all have very distinct features. They're wearing different clothes there expressions. They look almost fearful on their cowering. They definitely look like they're being attacked so you can even start to go layers deeper and deeper and deeper in the end the inaccuracies. But when you just look at it the stereotype that it was portraying on a subconscious level the portrayal of WOMP and dog people like this isn't unique but it serves the narrative of the Pilgrim's virtue and nobility in the face of a hostile world now the only way they persecuted in Europe. The narrative goes but they will also persecuted in the new world which creates a justification for anything that happens afterwards. All of this buttressed by implied neutrality of the Museum. They were so inaccurate. That we're actually GONNA leave one of them up in this new exhibit as A. Can you point out what's wrong? In part of the interactive of the exhibit will be show. What's wrong the new exhibit which is called story is a partnership between the province town museum and members of the dog nation. So our story. It were working with In conjunction with the tribe polyp eaters and Stephen Peters specifically have been the real brains behind it and the execution of it we have learned in the last few years through working so closely with the tribe that a lot of the story was wrong and then it wasn't told accurately so we have worked with them to create a whole entire new exhibit. We've got at the room and rebuilding it and it's called our story and what's interesting about it is. It will be told from their perspective as far as how they were living here Before the pilgrim showed up on the example of a story from those first five weeks that has been told exclusively from a colonial lens is a soy of Cornhill the spot near province town where pilgrims found stores of corn preserved by the WOMP dog it was always positioned as they simply found the corn. And that's how history tells it i. It was actually stolen corn. It was clear the way that it was stored the way that it was capped that it had been put there by people. There's no way that you could have been. They even say that in their log so it was clear people are living here. They just hadn't come across them yet. The our store gallery opens later this year. To commemorate the four hundred year anniversary of the pilgrims arrival under the initiative. Province town four hundred the initiative is planning for a much different commemoration than the three Hundredth Anniversary. Back in nineteen twenty back. Then it was called celebration not a commemoration and included and parades. It's not a celebration for everyone and that it is somewhat more solemn in that yes you know the pilgrims came here and they did some good things and they were brave for coming here and seeking that's part of the story but it's not all to be celebrated so we've been training ourselves for the last two years even that small nuance of a word. But it's not a nuance when you see how important it is so everything from that word. Choice will shift To things like we're not having a parade you know that that was an initial brainstorm idea. You think like centennial. Let's do a parade and things like that. We're not going to do that because that would be seen as disrespectful and we understand that so. The collaboration has been so tight throughout that. I think it's going to feel a lot different in all of those ways. I hope but the province town museum is also in the middle of another. Maybe even bigger branding change connecting the pilgrim story of four hundred years ago to the modern history of province town with the past one hundred years province town has attracted artists playwrights and the LGBT plus community today province town is perhaps the best known gay resort on the US is east coast. Hurst wants to expand who we think of as province towns pilgrims. The word pilgrim has been intentionally used to describe the passengers of the mayflower because of passage in William Bradford struggle therefore it connecting his journey to the Christian Bible. That's good branding for hearst. Sees it as through line to province towns more recent history as well or hoping to reframe the word pilgrim and stuff for it to symbolize a group of people and really what they're seeking which is to be accepted for who they are? Whatever that the whether it's religious freedom or any freedom at all. I'm seeking a place where they can be themselves. I think there's a sense that this board and this team are committed to telling more accurate story of province town in the mayflower pilgrims were the first pilgrims to arrive here. Four hundred years ago and they came seeking acceptance and tolerance and freedom and then pilgrims of all sorts of come to province town shores. Since them they were the first but so many the fishermen the artist. Lgbtq community So many so. We're really hoping that we can t take each of those stories. Each of those pilgrims stories and Tele cohesive history of province town growing up here. The AIDS epidemic was so close to us and again you just grow up thinking that's what most people saw and life into that my mom would like crews dinners by Guys House that were struggling and had no on how many of them came here to in some cases. Diane how this town these Portuguese women in the community just took them in and loved them and really took care of them. That's a story. That's you know it's province down story but it's it's AIDS story and it's a national story and that's a case that likely might be in the new updated version in the Museum. So when we say that we wanna tell them more accurate. It's even just a more comprehensive story because it does have a thread in the nation's history as well on example of a future exhibit might be about the spirit this pizza riot of nineteen ninety which are says was province towns analog to the important stonewall riots in New York City when the bars would get out at night and typically the gay bars would get out and not just gay bars but gay people would come into the street and they would Ali pizza and it would be really hard to get through. We'll one night. There was a police officer was giving some giving them trouble on unnecessarily. Shouldn't have been and the group rioted so these moments that were happening here in our cosmo but shifted the town and the town shifted legislature on. What used to be called gay bashing Importing more laws in place and and protecting them even further and it was this moment that for us changed. Perception culture and Robinson historical brands are powerful in the same way that a single monument can shift towns legislation for the better of photogenic. Rock can diminish five weeks of history in the minds of millions of students and the word choice that the museum uses can turn a Bushel of stolen corn into just an innocent lucky. Find as the four hundred year anniversary of the mayflower arrival approaches. The province town museum is preparing for the commemoration by changing things up. They don't use the word branding. But like the pilgrims themselves they're expanding the word pilgrim to include recent province town history. The working to tell the story of members of the WOMP inauguration directly instead of through the Lens of the colonists and they want people to know that the mayflower landed here first before moving on to Plymouth. We obviously want to shine a spotlight on the fact that the pilgrims actually landed here and the time that they spent here but beyond that were hoping to cast a spotlight on province town as a place that is welcoming to pilgrims and that message for us in today's time feels just as powerful this.

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"provincetown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Cape Cod Provincetown you belong here X. now K. to weather overcast skies rain back in the forecast again for you on Thursday rain and rain showers read much today we'll also have snow in the cascades above the six thousand foot elevation daytime highs on the mild side we're talking mid fifties out there southwest winds about five to fifteen miles an hour mild indentations all the way through Saturday okay to me draw the staves Lasky watch AM northwest with Helen wrap this week is at nine on K. two and not you're listening to coast to.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"G. B. T. community however not everyone is on board in a report from the Cape Cod times the area of town they're looking at paying over those crosswalks is also the home to the Portuguese festival it's big event there they're worried that one Provincetown celebrates pride month during the same time period that be in essence competing for the same space now the police chief in Provincetown in the public works director also advising against the move saying it could cause some safety problems there are other communities around the country who have changed some of their cross works across walks I should say to that to rainbow colors over the classic zebra stripe in a sign of solidarity with the L. G. B. T. community meantime it shouldn't come as a surprise pedestrians walking across those crosswalks are increasingly becoming more more distracted by texting new research suggests texting is a big distraction for pedestrians a study in injury prevention shows pedestrians have higher rates of near misses and failing to look both ways when crossing the street while texting than with listening to music we're just talking on the phone that is CBS's Catherine Johnson reporting in a new study publicly posting your goals and social media could help you to a certain degree researchers at the state university of New York and begin to say putting a goal like losing weight out there for the public to see can work even after you fail to meet that goal the study's lead author says feedback makes the difference after failure for many either by helping people think about what they could have done better little or no feedback can influence people who failed to meet a goal to give up and move on Peter king CBS news top stories of Kendall.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom here's a merry store as his W. B. S. M. news opposition to the parallel products expansion continues now the city of new Bedford has gone officially on record as being against the project mayor John Mitchell announced today that the city has filed strong objections with Massachusetts environmental regulators the city asked the state to deny issuing the project a required certificate the firm is already building a glass recycling facility but also wants to accept large amounts of municipal solid waste construction debris and sewage sludge it would convert the sludge into bio solids and send processed waste out using rail cars the city said the impacts from traffic noise and owners would be unacceptable to the neighborhood voters in Westport will soon get to decide whether to lift that towns two year old ban on recreational marijuana shops the vote will be taken at a special town meeting on February eleven a company called coastal healing wants to open a can of a shop on route six they're on their way to getting in okay for medical sales but they want to offer recreational products as well the same town meeting will see a vote on whether Westport should become a right to farm community a lake Phil man is accused of embezzling seventy thousand dollars from the VA hospital in Brockton forty one year old Michael Donna her was responsible for purchasing equipment at the medical complex now he's been charged in federal court it's alleged that he made fraudulent transactions using his government credit card then tried to cover it up by creating a fake company if he's found guilty he could face up to ten years in prison the first it'll use marijuana business on Cape Cod will be in Provincetown cure relief was approved for its commercial St dispensary last night there is no onsite parking but all public parking in Provincetown is free until may first the Cape already has a medical dispensary in mash P. and there is one recreational dispensary on Nantucket called the green lady in sports the Celtics beat the heat in Miami they are back home to host the warriors tomorrow the Bruins hit the ice Friday against the jets in Winnipeg here's.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Previous stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom here's a merry store as these W. E. S. M. news opposition to the parallel products expansion continues now the city of new Bedford has gone officially on record as being against the project mayor John Mitchell announced today that the city has filed strong objections with Massachusetts environmental regulators the city asked the state to deny issuing the project a required certificate the firm is already building a glass recycling facility but also wants to accept large amounts of municipal solid waste construction debris and sewage sludge it would convert the sludge into bio solids and send processed waste out using rail cars the city said the impacts from traffic noise and owners would be unacceptable to the neighborhood voters in Westport will soon get to decide whether to lift that towns two year old ban on recreational marijuana shops the vote will be taken at a special town meeting on February eleven a company called coastal healing wants to open a can of a shop on route six are there on their way to getting in okay for medical sales but they want to offer recreational products as well the same town meeting will see a vote on whether Westport should become a right to farm community a lake Phil man is accused of embezzling seventy thousand dollars from the VA hospital in Brockton forty one year old Michael Donna her was responsible for purchasing equipment at the medical complex now he's been charged in federal court it's alleged that he made fraudulent transactions using his government credit card then tried to cover it up by creating a fake company if he's found guilty he could face up to ten years in prison the first it'll use marijuana business on Cape Cod will be in Provincetown cure relief was approved for its commercial St dispensary last night there is no onsite parking but all public parking in Provincetown is free until may first the Cape already has a medical dispensary in mash P. and there is one recreational dispensary on Nantucket called the green lady in sports the Celtics beat the heat in Miami they are back home to host the warriors tomorrow the Bruins hit the ice Friday against the jets in Winnipeg here's.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The mass pike westbound that's now been cleared Laurie granny WBZ's traffic on the trees nine fifty four now are for data UBC accu weather update with meteorologist Jeanne divorce brought to you by triple a north easting forty eight or fifty miles from the close as the crow flies from Boston to Provincetown in the weather can be any more different I just looked at the camp there and there is a good solid coding to a half an inch almost an inch on the ground in Provincetown so the Cape getting ocean effects no meanwhile back here in the city it's all sunshine and should be throughout the day just gonna be cold candle upper twenties real feels in the teens this afternoon with a brisk breeze and then we'll settle back into the single digits inland tonight low to mid teens in the city Tamara close to thirty and then a moderates back into the upper thirties was sunshine Wednesday Thursday still looks dry low forties we've got a rain wet snow kind of situation brewing for Friday into Saturday thank you with a beer all just need to board WBZ bosses newsradio right now up in Gloucester it's nineteen degrees down a Plymouth twenty one here in Boston we've got a mix of sun and clouds the mercury said eighteen degrees when winter weather hits you don't want to risk getting stuck on the road that's why sixty million drivers rely on triple a to keep them on the go join triple a today at eight eight eight dot com slash join that's eight eight eight dot com slash join well after a career filled with iconic performances in a year starring into acclaimed award winning drama is Robert deniro was honored with the life achievement award at the twenty sixth annual Screen Actors Guild Gallup last night the outspoken prolific seventy six year old actor taking a chance to share some political view this right and that is wrong and this common sense and there's abuse of power as a citizen.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Embankment trapping black and passenger Rebecca Brock's remain inside the car LA county fire had to cut the roof off the car to get them out Hart was able to get out of the car on his own and went home about a half mile away to get help heart and black suffered serious injuries California highway patrol says the driver was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of that accident in Provincetown officials are trying to determine why an extension played at macmillan peer shocked to people an eleven year old boy lost feeling in his legs and couldn't stand when he stepped on the plate and he fell into the water an adult who jumped in to rescue the boy was also shocked by the same extension plate the boy was taken to Cape Cod hospital and is expected to be okay officials say the area is a popular spot for kids to jump into the water appear worker says there is not supposed to be any current going through the plate but there is an electrical box nearby and officials are calling in G. engineer to figure out what may have happened maybe Tuesday Schreiber reports there are more delays for the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX Jan American Airlines is delaying the return or its Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets the same jet models were grounded worldwide in March after two deadly crashes in less than six months American says its coveted software updates will mean re certification of the aircraft later this year meantime cancellation for Max jet flights will take place through December third.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Curve there store drive westbound is jammed out past the Longfellow bridge so far so good in the airport tunnels slurry granting WBZ's traffic on the three look at it this way we needed the rain and a lot of it to it's pretty much moving on out here early check in with a four day WBZ accu weather forecast now here's meteorologist either for yeah the last place is it still raining pretty good or along the base of the cake there's south coast and up into just the southeast of Plymouth so a few of the south shore community still getting some heavier downpours Provincetown it's like a line that goes from the the Bourne bridge right up to Provincetown misses a lot of the Cape still but a couple more showers there the rest of us are starting to dry out we'll need to see a little low cloud and fog action here is a response to some of the moisture but then the dryer should Windle turnout mostly sunny it's going to warm up to the chap in the low to mid eighties upper seventies to near eighty the beaches what keep an eye a rip current situation specially on those east facing shores now tomorrow is kind of similar today nice mostly sunny upper seventies to near eighty the beaches low to mid eighties inland down hill little bit on Saturday seventy five to eighty but still nice said just not as warm and not as good on Sunday that's a wide spectrum showers specially later in the day into the evening hours partly sunny more humid upper seventies with a chance of a shower thunderstorm on Labor Day itself I make you with your own just need to bore WBZ bosses newsradio cloud sixty eight in Boston there's a reason the top builders in a regular use union carpenters in fact there were three quality value and trust to England carbon issue it's time to build to learn more visit any R. C. C. dot org look at New England business now it's six twenty six you know some guys are just winners right in everything it seems Tom Brady comes out on top.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All right looking forward to that day thank you and the story now trying to put fears address the attorney for a convicted child rapist holds a news conference in Boston to make it clear Wayne Chapman is not wandering the streets as a sex offender however he is listed as homeless in his sex offender registration and Chapman was just released from prison waited on lewdness charges Chapman is wheelchair bound and has Parkinson's disease his attorney said today is being cared for an undisclosed medical facility in Boston Chapman spend forty years behind bars for raping voice and as the rain continued to fall on the Cape the lifeguards were still on duty and boy they've got sharp eyes a Coast Guard beach every single life guard in east ham reported seeing a great white shark roughly thirty yards out just a little while ago that beach is closed sharks earlier on the cave for swimmers out of the water and Marconi beach in Wellfleet and bowls to beach in Truro this certainly has been the summer of shark sightings and beach closures but it's not scaring tourists away says A. B. C.'s will re even shadow overall tourism on Cape Cod is doing well it's still a top ten market for Airbnb but local business owners say with so many sharks in the area swimming offer the beaches there is one niche business that isn't doing as well that would be paddle board and kayak rentals and again we're going to check the forecast for you for Cape Cod in the area coming up but it may not be safe for swimming at some beaches and it has nothing to do with sharks at all it has to do with contamination bottom line is that this problem is widespread then Heller Stein director of environment Massachusetts says they found a number of beaches along the state's coastline that tested for a high frequency of potentially unsafe fecal bacteria levels those.

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Shark spotted off coast of Provincetown, Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Shark spotted off coast of Provincetown, Massachusetts

"Duty and boy they've got sharp eyes a Coast Guard beach every single life guard in east ham reported seeing a great white shark roughly thirty yards out just a little while ago that beach is closed sharks earlier on the cave for swimmers out of the water and Marconi beach in Wellfleet and bowls to beach in Truro this certainly has been the summer of shark sightings and beach closures but it's not scaring tourists away says A. B. C.'s will re even shadow overall tourism on Cape Cod is doing well it's still a top ten market for Airbnb but local business owners say with so many sharks in the area swimming offer the beaches there is one niche business that isn't doing as well that would be paddle board and

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's not a surprise the over the top with the sixteen twenty sixteen twenty one some in the region of fifty percent home India's increasing die it's a it's a terrible terrible time really to light the call to get things bill quickly enough the way we can just come in he actually called find anywhere where they can more close to shore which means that the way he did not take a bulletin all the time when they all in Provincetown harbor and is not like the howling creatures to close you can only begin to imagine what's hitting the people of the I'm a whole range of other stuff so that by the time spring comes in sixteen twenty one harvest of them are dead really get to the actual personalities after this break one quick question did anyone die on the on the route the crossing yes one one passenger died and one baby was born so a hundred and ten passengers that I'm a hundred and ten passengers arrived because that was one death one of the servants and a little baby name was C. on this name from the ocean arrived to the same number right AS left because of one that one but all right looking forward to finding out about the personalities after this on WBZ to talk a little is J. talking WBZ newsradio ten thirty in four H. they believe in the power of young people right now for ages welcoming back there a long night help empower more kids with the same experience that taught them responsibility compassion and the value of hard work raise your hand to stay connected.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trying to get around the four of the road forecast in a moment we'll check the roads for traffic and weather together super retailers upcoming all wheel drive traffic on the three seven all right see those heavy delays on the Medicaid highway Provincetown all the way down over the Harwich in Barnstable from those rain still coming down and now we're getting reports something you don't want to hear in Harwich you're right around exit ten it sounds like a tree is come down across the roadway and it sounds like all lanes are blocked in both directions here route six mid Cape highway tree down near exit ten in Harwich and we'll see how long that takes to try to get rid of that a coming up route three north bound you can make it all the way up to route fifty three delays from there getting up past derby street over on ninety five north bound still dealing with the remnants of an earlier car fire after one fifty two in north that'll burl still has the two right lanes blocked tear and delays back beyond two ninety five expressway north bound getting reports of a crash by furnace brook parkway then brake lights through the Poncet and then you're locked up here from Savin hill all the way up to a crash inside the o'neill tunnel had government center over on store drive west bound your jam from Kenmore square over these right wing cruise after the be you bridge Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three back to our issue here on the Cape the tornado warnings were following the storm as it makes its way east and we have this tornado warning up until twelve forty five back with us now live from the religious team to born dean the most important thing in this tornado warned area take cover yeah and the right now looks like that storm the center of that is right over Chatham as I see it on the radio right now the good news is Nicole were about to a few minutes away from this a center of the circulation moving off shore and off into the ocean thank goodness but the last thirty forty minutes this thing is just kind of struck a path all the way along that south coast of the Cape to Yarmouth and now horror which and we're seeing the reports the Kevin's talking about that the downed trees the good news is we've cleared out the rain from the city the heaviest rain it's just a little drizzle in some spots and even Provincetown is raining as much as it was just a twenty minutes ago but from.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bus W. X. K. S. F. MHD two men and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio ninety four degrees in Boston at two o'clock good afternoon hi Doug cope and here's what's happening it is a heatwave temperatures in the nineties in Boston for three days in a row even escaping to the Cape hasn't helped either actor the meteorologist Dave Samuel is here with us now and they have some of the highest temperatures in the state around the Cape and also the south shore it's a very hot out there we are as high as ninety seven degrees in Chatham even Provincetown at this hour I checking in with the nineties so it's hard to do with the wind coming in off of the water there obviously surrounded a basically by water in all directions were in data bus to work to ninety five that feels like it's one or two out there why this place in the state a checking in now in Springfield and western mass ninety seven degrees but to get just about everybody is about ninety at this hour and I will continue go up a few more degrees expecting the high to approach one hundred downtown Boston this was after a morning low of eighty three it was the warmest a morning low temperature we've seen ever in the month of July Doug they're the temperature just clicking up to ninety five degrees in Boston and we could go higher through the afternoon now despite the heat rocks for his residence turning out today to celebrate the community and its culture WBZ is James Ross is there and tells us there was a special guest democratic congresswoman iota Presley was among the four freshmen lawmakers never told by president trump to go back to where they came from well she's back in Boston for the second annual Roxbury unity parade to celebrate the community that she represents.

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"provincetown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Other than church our dear friend Peter Davenport from the national your for reporting center has the stories Peter what do you have force I'm exhausted delayed but I'm gonna try my best push yourself through woods Peter is this what push yourself through it yeah I'm gonna get sent out but last week I had intended to close with a discussion of the reports on the fourth of July of this year to ninety two weeks ago your mother probably recall that in years past encouraged coast listeners to keep a special eye out on the fourth of July and this year was no exception or it's been a it was a dramatic night first case I'd like to talk about come from Provincetown Massachusetts the gentleman rights of the they forty five PM on the fourth of July he saw a very intensely bright light I mean directly adding it suddenly stopped quite abruptly turned to green sat there for a second or two turned back to white and went streaking off away from him he is fast as it is approaching what it was I have no idea could have been a drone but it doesn't sound like it to me given the intensity of the lives the witness describes second report comes from big cop at key down and keep close to key west west the on the side of the Key West Naval Air Station a husband and wife were sitting out on the beach after the fireworks display and suddenly their attention was drawn to a cue a black cube in the night sky just drifting by covered with all sorts of different colors of light what it was I have no idea George but if.

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"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"provincetown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talk today were with Provincetown fast sorry I need to make this quick really busy these days like I never get a minute to just slow down you know what I mean it's coming and going anyway if you like it I don't care for the K. grounds we should definitely get together I can whisk you off to Provincetown straight from one more in about ninety minutes I know right that's what world record and once you're there you can do something I never get to do sit back relax and enjoy the scenery Provincetown is one of the oldest settlements in New England with great restaurants shops of course miles of unspoiled and uncrowded beaches and Jones well I got around we're about to cast off to see you onboard soon the Cape in about ninety minutes visit Boston Harbor cruises dot com Boston Harbor cruise our boat your playground few leftover rain drops in Boston this morning otherwise cloudy skies seventy three traffic and weather together every ten minutes and we begin with Kevin Brennan it's the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three so we don't have well just still quite busy picking up couple new problem spots here one of them's up north in Lexington one twenty eight north bound left plane crash here before four to twenty five got you all tied up downtown lower deck back to assembly square with that lever down ram full until but you're still hung up inside the city square tunnel summers eased out nicely but the Ted westbound still jam from the airport out on two ninety west bound to get a crash at Lincoln street here in the Worcester that's got your slow route thirty in Framingham jammed up all through actions here to an eastbound crest just before that ramp to the mass pike south of town to ninety five north bound still quite busy from route one on over towards ninety five from an earlier crash just cleared moments ago expressway north bound stop and go east Milton square most of the way up to Columbia road again mass AB up into the tunnel this report sponsored by big Y. world class market fire up your summer with a big wise USDA prime beef their choice Angus or all new Angus beef enjoy premium steak house quality tenderness and juicy flavor right in the comfort of your backyard sourced from cattle born and raised in the USA heartland and available only at your neighborhood big why Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three we check out the four day WBZ accu weather forecast meteorologist Brian Thompson all this afternoon will be warm and humid with clouds and sunshine will be a shower thunderstorm around but a lot of the time.

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