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"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Who had been a prisoner of war died, the president told his senior staff quote We're not going to support that loser's funeral. I disagreed with John McCain. But I still respected him. Democratic nominee Joe Biden issue statements saying the sacrifice and bravery of our troops and their willingness to serve our nation should be honored and Biden adding there. If the report in the Atlantic is true, in his words, it's disgusting. Now at 4 17 some good news out of Washington today is it appears the government could avoid shutting down at the end of the month. Trump Administration and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have apparently come to an agreement to start working on a stopgap funding bill. This would be separate from the talks in a brand New Cove in 19 relief package, of course, the past few weeks. Those talks essentially struggling as of late Republicans expected now next week to roll out another covert relief package, ranking members of the party, calling this targeted and focused here's National Economic Council chief Larry Kudlow, who says with this deal, he wants to hit on three things. A man should here has been schools. And kids and jobs. Democrats so far have agreed to cut about a trillion dollars from their package to try to compromise. But they say whatever package comes out of capital, Hill must include a boost for unemployment and also needs to have cash for local governments. For 18. There's a brand new serving out this week from The New York Times. It focuses on just how far the cove in 19 virus has spread on college campuses. The survey shows over 51,000 cases of covert 19 at more than 1000 colleges since the pandemic started. The state with the highest number of infections is Texas with more than 6100 at 63 schools. Recent outbreaks have led to shutdowns of campuses, including SUNY Oneonta in upstate New York, which is sending students home for the semester. I kind of thought I was going to happen, but I think it's gonna happen this soon More than 500 people have tested positive following several parties Wendy Gillette, CBS News New York and out in Western Mass. A middle school in Great Barrington has a new name this week. Berkshire Eagle Reports Monument Valley Regional Middle School will now be called the W. E B. Du Bois, regional Middle school, civil rights activist and scholar spending the early years of his life in Great Barrington, members of the regional school committee unanimously voting toe approved that name change yesterday, and a new name is coming as well in the South, where one of the best known leaders of the Confederacy is buried. Lexington, Virginia City Council members, including Dennis Ares approved emotion, which will reading Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery as Oak Grove Cemetery. Three Confederate General Stonewall Jackson owned slaves and fought to defend that right. He was buried in the cemetery not far from the Virginia Military Institute more than 150 years ago, Jim Krystle is CBS does for 19, a world class Our institution in Boston now taking steps to make everyone feel welcome. Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, Stung by allegations of racism, has now appointed its first director of belonging and inclusion. The museum has named Rosa Rodriguez Williams to the senior. Hosed, saying she will play a critical role in delivering on the promise to be a museum for all of Boston in 2019, the MFA was accused of racism after block middle school students said they were harassed and mistreated on a class trip by other museum patrons and a staff member. One allegedly told the Children, no food, no drink and no watermelon. The museum's director, has publicly apologized Band to visitors launched an internal investigation and hired a law firm for an independent review. Is one of the most prestigious our institutions in the world, marking it. The 150th year in 2020, W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio and over to the South Shore now where police say somebody poured white paint all over Plymouth Rock. They say they found the vandalism earlier this morning there, not sure who did it, but they say they're investigating this incident, they say. Of course, this is not the first time the rock has been vandalised recently. Earlier this year, a 17 year old was charged with spray painting. Plymouth Rock. Red Smart speakers air.

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Unemployment rate now stands at 8.4%. That's down from just about 10% in July and nearly 15% in April. Resident Trumps celebrated the news writing in a tweet that unemployment has dropped much faster than expected. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer responding to the president, tweeting back 8.4% unemployment is nothing to brag about. The current rate is now below the peak during the financial crisis, but it's still higher than in many previous recessions. Elizabeth Chelsea. ABC News Washington also today permanent job losses increasing by more than half a million to 3.4 million. In time. There was some good news out of Washington today. We could use that It appears the government could avoid a shutdown at the end of the month Out. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the White House have reportedly come to an agreement to work on a stopgap funding bill. Now the government is set to run out of cash at the end of the month again. September 30th of a deal can't be made. This would be separate by the way from the talks on that brand new covert 19 relief package. Obviously, they have essentially been struggling as of late, not much movement on either side. But next week, Republicans are expected to roll out another attempted a package ranking members calling this one focused and targeted. National Economic Council chief Larry Kudlow says he wants to hit on three things. A man should here has been schools. And kids and jobs. Democrats so far have agreed to cut about a trillion dollars from their package to make some kind of compromise. But they say whatever package comes out of capital Hill has to include a boost for unemployment and there needs to be money for local governments. 2 18 and you serving out this week from The New York Times shows just how far the Cupid 19 virus is spreading on college campuses. The survey shows over 51,000 cases of Cove in 19 at more than 1000 colleges since the pandemic started. A state with the highest number of infections is Texas with more than 6100 at 63 schools. Recent outbreaks have led to shutdowns of campuses, including SUNY Oneonta in upstate New York, which is sending students home for the semester. I kind of thought I was going to happen, but I think it's gonna happen this soon More than 500 people have tested positive following several parties. Wendy Gillette, CBS NEWS New York Out in Western Mass. A middle school in Great Barrington has a new name this week. Berkshire Eagle reporting Monument Valley Regional Middle School will now be called the W. E B. Du Boy. Du Bois, regional Middle school, civil rights activist and scholar spent the early years of his life in Great Barrington, Members of the regional school committee unanimously voted to approve that name change yesterday. Meantime, a new name is coming for the cemetery where one of the best known leaders of the Confederacy is buried. Lexington, Virginia City Council members including Dennis Ares approved emotion, which will rename Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery as Oak Grove Cemetery. Confederate General Stonewall Jackson owned slaves and fought to defend that right. He was buried in the cemetery. Not far from the Virginia military Institute more than 150 years ago, Jim Krystle CBS News and over to the South Shore now where police say someone has vandalized Plymouth Rock. I found the vandalism earlier this morning, and they say somebody poured white paint all over it. It's not clear who did it. But officials are looking into this. Of course, that's not the first time the rock has been vandalised recently. Earlier this year, a 17 year old was charged with spray painting the rock red. And a world class art institution is taking more steps now to make everyone feel more Welcome. Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, stung by allegations of racism, has now appointed its first director of belonging and inclusion. The museum has named Rosa Rodriguez Williams to the senior opposed, saying she will play a critical role in delivering on the face promise to be a museum for all of Boston in 2019, the MFA was accused of racism after block middle school students said they were harassed and mistreated on a class trip by The museum patrons and a staff member, one allegedly told the Children, no food, no drink and no watermelon. The museum's director, has publicly apologized Band to visitors launched an internal investigation and hired a law firm for an independent review is one of the most prestigious our institutions in the world, marking out the 150th year in 2020 teeny gal. W. Busy Boston's NewsRadio smart speakers are.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A giant step toward inclusion. Double D. B Z is Tina Girl with his story. Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, Stung by allegations of racism, has now appointed its first director of belonging and inclusion. The museum has named Rosa Rodriguez Williams to the senior opposed, saying she will play a critical role in delivering on the promise to be a museum. I'm for all of Boston in 2019. The MFA was accused of racism after block middle school students said they were harassed and mistreated on a class trip by other museum patrons and a staff member. One allegedly told the Children, no food, no drink and no watermelon. The museum's director, has publicly apologized Band to visitors launched an internal investigation and hired a law firm for an independent review. FAA is one of the most prestigious our institutions in the world, marking it, the 150 That year in 2020 Miguel W. Busy Boston's news radio on the North Shore Linds Racial Justice Committee, which was formed following the death of George Floyd is now disbanded. City Council president Darren Seer announcing the move. In a letter he cites sharp words between a city councilor and the only black member of the Social Justice Commitee. During a recent protest against racism in Swampscott in New York Police are searching for the driver of a car that drove through a black lives matter. Protest in Times Square, WCBS TV reporter Ellie Baumann spoke to one of the protestors. Cell.

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A confrontation between The officers were on scene and the subject The information we have at this time is that the subject was armed. There was shots that were fired into the vehicle. And the subject fled from the vehicle, in which time there was additional shots that were fired. The US Marshal Service says local police and sheriff's deputies fired their weapons because their lives were threatened. In Rochester, New York, seven officers are off the job suspended in connection with the death of a black man named Daniel Prude. In police custody back in March. Now family members said yesterday proved needed help with his mental health. It was not provided this, among other things, video as well, is sparking protests and community vigils like the one last night at the first Church of God in Rochester, New York, Mr Daniel prude. Was failed. By our police department. I'm until health care system. Our society. And he was failed by me. The vigil was peaceful, but got heated after the police chief and the mayor showed up that lead to shouts, booze and anger. Well. The FAA in Boston creates and appoints its first director of belonging and inclusion. Rosa Rodriguez Williams's name to that senior post. She will play, she says, a critical role in delivering on the MFA's promise to be a museum for all of Boston last year, the was accused of racism. After black middle school students said they were treated differently than their white classmates on a school field trip they felt harassed. In Beirut, Lebanon, Rescue crews are using machines, shovels and their bare hands and a frantic search for a survivor. Of last month's deadly explosion. People have been captivated since the search began on Thursday after a sniffer dog detected something at this building. The search continued through the night after protesters gathered at the scene, urging them to go on. With heavy machinery now on seeing many are hoping it will go more quickly. I'm watching how they're moving this one stone at a time. My stomach is churning. I don't know what it is Hope or craziness, says this woman. Today marks one month since the explosion ripped through Beirut, killing at least 190 people. Finding someone alive After all, this time is a miracle. Many are praying for Riley Carlson. CBS NEWS London An explosion Rocks of fireworks factory in southern India. Seven people are killed, including the owner. Two major news outlets report. All of the victims were women, and if it can happen, there can happen here. Happy tourists returning to Wuhan, the original epicenter of Corona virus, Brown zero. Wuhan has been steadily returning to normal since April. That's when their long town was lifted. It has not reported any new local transmissions of the virus. Since May 18th Martha's Vineyard Estate of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is sold for $27 million to Island nonprofits, the Martha's Vineyard Landbank Commission. And the Sheriff's Meadow Foundation are buying the parcel. What does it have A lot of beauty dunes a beach a kettle whole pond, wooded trails open meadows. Coveted privacy. The property was on the market last year for 65 million. So that was a good price and an amazing story of survival. Coming out of southern Minnesota. Jonathan Supplicant was rescued after he was penned under a tree for more than four days. The 59 year old man became trapped about 100 yards from this house. They're Redwood Falls in southern Minnesota when a tree was cutting fell on him and landed on his legs. He was found by sheriff's deputies. Who were called to his home when he didn't show up for work. His son says his dad just tried to keep his mind distracted during the ordeal. Jim Krystle is CBS knows Smart.

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"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Arts, stung by allegations of racism, has now appointed its first director of belonging and inclusion. The museum has named Rosa Rodriguez Williams to the senior opposed, saying she will play a critical role. All in delivering on the promise to be a museum for all of Boston in 2019, the MFA was accused of racism after block middle school students said they were harassed and mistreated on a class trip by other museum patrons and a staff member. One allegedly told the Children, no food, no drink and no watermelon. The museum's director, has publicly apologized Band to visitors launched an internal investigation and hired a law firm for an independent review. FAA is one of the most prestigious are Fusions in the world, marking out the 150th year in 2020 Miguel W. B. C. Boston's news radio on the North Shore. Lynn's Racial Justice Committee, which was formed following the death of George Floyd has now been disbanded. City Council President Darren Fear, announcing the move. In a letter to participants. He cites sharp words between a city councilor and the only black member of the Social Justice Committee during a recent protest against racism in Swampscott. Here also says topics discussed during monthly meetings have been posted on Social media last weekend in New York Police are looking for the driver of a car that drove through a black lives matter. Protest in Times Square. WCBS TV reporter. Alabamans spoke to one of the demonstrators in the crowd. Cell phone video shows a black car with tinted windows drive through a crowd of protestors in Times Square Thursday evening. They chase after the car in the rain, but the driver speeds off.

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"rosa rodriguez williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Needs to do their part to stop the virus. Governor Charlie Baker is urging people who live in high risk communities to not hang out. Stay home people being familiar with people they're familiar with play a major role in the spread of covert generally and communities around the Commonwealth. The state is pushing what it calls new tools to enhance public health efforts in cities like Chelsea, Everett Revere, Lawrence and Lin, all with high rates of covert 19. This virus will spread if you give it the opportunity to do so. At the Statehouse, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio seven a one It could take more time for all the ballots to be counted in the fourth Congressional District Democratic primary. W. B. C. TV's Michael across, says three communities have been adding up The votes and Wellesley have both completed their counting and between the two communities. Jake talking, Klaus picked up 174 votes. Jesse Marmol picked up 240 votes were still waiting on the results out of Franklin. That process is still underway. Now, the secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Galvin's office tells W. B. C news radio after reviewing ballot sealed in the Franklin Clerks vault. They found about 3000 mail in ballots still to be counted. Those ballots were not sent to the polls on Tuesday. Also tonight, President Trump's spokeswoman says he was not suggesting lawlessness when testing the voting system in North Carolina yesterday, the president urged his supporters to mail in their ballots and then try to vote at a polling place on election Day. Kayleigh McEnany says the president wants to people to make sure their vote is accepted. Your vote isn't tabulated. Then you'll be able to vote in person. This is about verifying that every vote is counted because we know voters are disenfranchised. Now. Speaking on Fox today, McEnaney also ripped on Democrats were trying to expand mail in voting and a 70 to the Museum of Fine Arts has named its first director of belonging and inclusion. The facility, says Rosa Rodriguez Williams will play a critical role in helping to make the MFA a museum for all of Boston. Museum was accused of racism last year after black middle school students said they were mistreated on a class trip by other patrons, as well as a staff member and modeling governor. Gina Raimondo says schools in her state will look very different. This fall changes in outdoor classes under tense assigned seats on school buses and lunch in the classroom. That's going to look different as well. Democrats says a typical student's day will include a temperature check having to wear a mask and recess. But it will be highly structured 703 time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers up to England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Is that expressway any better out there yet, Mike? It's not no God, No, we've got problems on the north on Expressway. It's a complete standstill coming up through Braintree and Quincy. In fact, Right up into East Milton with a crash up after Adam Street. Trite under is Milton Square. Reportedly only one lane is squeezing by here. So you want to avoid the bottom of the expressway North south pounds? Fine. It's all leased out coming out of the tunnel. Really all the way down to Braintree. Little curiosity slow down through east Milton Shore. That's about it through three South bound is good Now Brain three all the way down pass through 1 39 and into ducks. Berry. However, there is a mile back up for the SAG, More bridge. No delays it all at the born elsewhere, the lower stretch of 1 20 eight's fine from, say, Waltham, Down to 95 in Canton. You continue on 95 South down through Attleboro, without any problems at all. Downtown. Nice and quiet. The lower deck of 93 is wide open Now. So's the Tobin Bridge and Storrow Drive All the airports. Tunnels are good. Highways north of town are fine 90 three's running about 16 minutes from the second bridge up to 1 28 in Woburn. 1 28 itself is fine Route One looks good. A pass Landfills Parkway and the mass spikes been in good shape all afternoon. My king W. B. C's traffic on the three when it comes to the rest.

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Art museum accused of racism names 1st director of inclusion

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Art museum accused of racism names 1st director of inclusion

"Of Fine Arts has named its first director of belonging and inclusion. The facility, says Rosa Rodriguez Williams will play a critical role in helping to make the MFA a museum for all of Boston. Museum was accused of racism last year after black middle school students said they were mistreated on a class trip by other patrons, as well as a staff member

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