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"shrewsbury" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Fifty years and we're here for you now mom's building center choose very Avenue Shrewsbury New Jersey won a one point five instead whether the rain will continue to fall this afternoon showers in a few rumbles of thunder highs today in the upper sixties to low seventies the rain will taper off tonight as lows settle in the low fifties by tomorrow morning just a little drizzle in some breaks in the clouds later in the afternoon as highs top out in the low to mid sixties mixed clouds and sunshine on Memorial Day with highs in the upper sixties to low seventies from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk meteorologist Jeff marks seventy five at stone harbor Ewing at seventy to Bedminster even seventy fast traffic it instead weekend weather every fifteen minutes sidoo Jersey but a one point five.
Coronavirus in Mass: Gov. Baker says COVID-19 testing in the state more than doubled in past 2 days
"Governor Charlie Baker providing an update today on how the state is handling cove it nineteen seventies Mike Macklin reporters acres as Massachusetts as quickly ramped up its capacity to test for the coronavirus nine hundred sixty two individuals were tested on Friday up from five hundred twenty on Wednesday much of the testing has been done to to drive through test centers the latest opened in Waltham the Waltham AFC urgent care location because cars with pre screen patients waiting to be tested the new site is in addition to the CVS Shrewsbury pilot location announced on Thursday and they will play an important role in our overall effort to expand testing capacity across Massachusetts governor Baker says is more people are tested expect the number of those who test positive to go up as well he says efforts continue to assist the hospital's ramping up to handle the anticipated surge in patients with the
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Back to the tornadoes you know when a tornado siren would sound in Shrewsbury can hear that all right here we go it was scary for house because to get to the basement you had to go out on the on the deck and then make a right turn to go down the the concrete staircase steer well into the basement so it was sort of like Dorothy in wizard of oz you run out with the whole family hearing the siren and there'd be moth ball size hail painting the deck in the the Bradford pear trees would be lashing around you get down there was unfinished cob Webby basement re bump your head on the beams the only thing that ever happened on there was Chris my whole came over to swap a refrigerator with me because he wanted to be a refrigerator for his basement nice but we were down there and death a like the the cloud of Moses was over our backyard and we were listening to camel acts over the crackly little radio and we were seceded on card table chairs and and we were praying as a family that god would protect us they did and it passed over and as I look back I thought you know that was the closest we ever were as a family when we were fleeing from a tornado in Shrewsbury the turning of the never came fox we just can't get this kind of thing anywhere else in it the I I really don't we don't know what to say but other than thank you thank you Kevin.
Shrewsbury, NJ Man Admits Sexual Assault Of 7 Pre-Teen Children
"Prosecutors in Monmouth County announced a man admitted to sexually assaulting seven juveniles all under the age of thirteen between two thousand eight in twenty eighteen forty six year old Victor me SO Venus from Shrewsbury entered a guilty plea for several counts earlier today the terms of the plea deal calls for a sentence of eighteen years in state prison without
Food Waste + Poop = Electricity
"Everybody Emily Kwong here. Filling in for Mattie WHO's out training for thumb were competition today our story comes from NPR correspondent. Alison opry the. Hey there emily. Hey Alison so what you got for us. Well why don't we start with a pop quiz. What do you say? I thrive in. Quick pressure. Go on do you know how much of the food supply in the. US never makes it to our mouths. Ten percent thirty two Orley percents. Thirty to forty percents is the estimate in fact folks at the. USDA the US Department of Agriculture estimate that you could fill the Willis Tower in Chicago goes big skyscraper every year forty four times the amount of food that goes to waste that is staggering. Food waste is this huge problem and on top hopping being a massive waste when food ends up in a landfill. It rots and a lot of methane is released and methane is a greenhouse gas which is a huge contributor attributed. Climate jets right. It traps heat in the atmosphere and methane is over twenty times more potent than carbon dioxide in terms of its warming the impact in fact a recent report from the United Nations found that up to ten percent of all human made greenhouse gas emissions are actually linked to food waste. I humans we're just we're just the worst you know but we're also kind of good at coming up with solutions for Demar species. Okay sure well to solve this problem. Some farmers farmers and Massachusetts are taking all of that methane making food waste and turning it into energy actually making electricity to power nearly fifteen hundred here at homes. Wow that's pretty amazing. And to make that energy these farmers or combining that food waste with something else that can be a big source of methane especially on big big farms. I'll give you a hint. It stinks Oh cow poop. That's right and it's stored in these big pits and cow. POOP can release a a lot of methane as well. So you're saying that farmers have found a way to take to methane sources food waste and manure and turn it into energy. That's right to methane source is is one stone so today on the show we had to Massachusetts to get a closer look at how some dairy farmers are turning tons of cow. POOP and truckloads food waste into Green Energy Alison. I suspect this is going to get messy but I was thinking more like two parallel line from our colleague. Dan Charles. We're GONNA get a whiff of the future. Okay Allison before we get into how these farmers are doing this a host talk about. Why is it just about methane and the environment? Well I mean. I'm sure a lot of farmers do care about the environment but really times are tough for dairy farmers is out there. I mean many farmers are looking for ways to diversify their incomes. They've gotten very efficient at doing what they do. Producing milk perhaps to efficient. And that makes it tough have to be in business so my name is Peter Melnick and I'm a fourth generation dairy farmer in Deerfield Massachusetts. I visited Peter's farm late last year. He's one of a handful of farmers in Massachusetts converting wasted food and manure into electricity. He has essentially turned part of his family farm. Fire into this mini power plant. Well and he says they're saving about one hundred thousand dollars a year by producing energy a hundred thousand dollars a year. That's huge savings. Yeah Okay so how. How does this waste to energy process actually work so a key piece of equipment on the MELNYK farm? Is this ANAEROBIC digesters. adjuster fun name. What is an ANAEROBIC digesters? So it was basically a big sealed tank and when the food waste in the manure are put into the tank and heated. All all of this biomass is broken down. By the little organisms the bacteria and a methane bio gas is produced from this big mixture. That's right and and the digest that he has on his arm has a tank that can hold about a million gallon of what is basically a big organic waste Brownie. Yes and then as methane is released it rises to the top of a bubble shaped dome recapture the gas in that bubble and then we suck it into a generator. It's about the size of your car. And that engine run on methane instead of diesel or gasoline and that in turn is turning big generator which is then creating one megawatt. The water is one mega law a lot of electricity. Well to put this in context. This operation power is not only his farm in his home but a lot more. We only use about ten percent of what we make in the rescue. It's fed onto the grid and it's almost enough to do fifteen hundred homes. That is a huge output. Oh put energy fifteen hundred homes and you mentioned that Peter is mixing food waste in with the manure. Why is he adding food? Waste too well the more you add to the digested the more volume you have. The more electricity can make so that manure may not produce enough to make the economics of the digestive system work out you need scale right. So Peters not not only using this manure he's also processing millions of pounds of food waste from across the Boston area food that is spoiled or surplus also a lot of waste products from food production facilities around the state traditionally all this would end up in a landfill but instead it is to his farm we presently take in about a hundred hundred ton which is about three tractor trailer loads every day. WHOA that is a huge amount of food waste? I watched it. It's amazing I mean these trucks and and it's just piped in to this big hit where then ends up in the digest. Her gets waste from the local creamery. Waste from a local brewery rury local juice plant and then another big source for him is waste from whole foods. The grocery chain seventeen of their stores in Massachusetts participate dissipate There's a woman at whole foods Karen Franchet. She showed us how it all works. We do have items that we can't sal either because they're spoiled vitamins. That are bruised that we might not be able to sell so what she showed us when we visited. Is this big industrial Masher. This was at the whole foods roots in Shrewsbury Massachusetts. It basically gobbles up everything that would be wasted and you can imagine. There's everything from bones. We put fish in there. Um Vegetables You can have dry items like rice or grains so it really becomes kind of a liquefied food ways liquefied show. Yeah Okay and what happens next. Wow so the slurry is loaded into the tank of a truck. It heads to Peter's farm and then it goes right into the digest or anything anything that ends up going to landfill or incineration costs us more money. That is the most expensive way to get rid of waste on our source so this is cheaper for whole foods. That's right it is and also I should point out in Massachusetts. Grocery stores and food producers aren't allowed to send this organic waste to landfills anymore. The estate passed a law back in two thousand fourteen that restricts this it applies to all businesses the generate over a ton of organic. Waste a week. Wow so there's incentive for supermarkets like foods to participate in something like that exactly. Okay let's go back to our farm for a minute. Can any farmer get in on this. Like how did Peter get his digest her. Well here's how it works. The digesters are built and run by a company called Vanguard Renewables Vanguard pays farmers a fee for the use of their land and and also gives them free electricity to power their farms and houses. Right now there are five digesters spread out across the state the CEO. Oh of Vanguard Renewables Jon Hansen says he hopes that this whole operation expands. There's more than enough food waste in Massachusetts to feed all of our I five digesters plus many more allison. Do you get the sense that this is something that can be realistically expanded. You know I think it really depends on the right mix of policies as an incentives. That's what Massachusetts put in place. They passed the commercial food material disposal band. They had a series of grants. I mean this is a new approach so I think we'd have have to look to see. Would we have some kind of federal policy or other state policies to promote this handsome and told me he's really inspired by what's happened in Europe where he says there's more than seventeen eight thousand digesters so we saw what was happening in Europe where anaerobic digestion is extremely widespread across the United States. We don't have that incentive incentive program. We don't have the federal energy policy or any federal benefits. Fran rubel digestion. We are at the cusp. We're at the early days. We've finally got the economics onyx to work. And when I spoke to Peter Melnick about this the farmer he says he really agrees as the price of milk has really been flat. The digesters for is just been A home run for us in that sense. It's made us more sustainable environmentally but also economically as well Alison thank you so much for taking us to Massachusetts where this kind of amazing chain of suppliers and energy makers exists now. I know where to send all my extra cow manure and food waste. Oh my pleasure. It was really a great story to report.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The right and center lanes blocked by one forty in Shrewsbury so tough ride out there this morning Laurie Grandy WBZ's traffic on the three and it's certainly not going to improve at least for a little while we've got this ice storm warning about there of reports of Middlesex County and also parts of Worcester county in through the Berkshires the National Weather Service has that up until seven o'clock tomorrow morning and we're certainly seeing that freezing rain come down to the Merrimack valley right now getting over to Worcester county and again the Berkshires really struggling with the icing right now about twenty two hundred power outages in the Berkshires for the most part the rest of us have a bit of a dreary day out there it's a dark and foggy out there raining pretty hard at times temperatures right by the coast about forty today thirty five north and west the rain continues tonight the wind still picking up to temperatures about steady and for tomorrow the rain wraps up in the morning cloudy mild in the afternoon with a high in the mid forties new year's eve just about forty at midnight partly sunny on new year's day with a high near forty this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop rain and wind right now in Boston where thirty eight but it feels like twenty six outside good morning on Nicole Davis thanks for being with us today here the five things you need to know at nine forty five conditions north and west of Boston those ice storm warnings sticking around for much of the Commonwealth one second the police searching once again for a young boy who went missing primetime Georgia congressman John Lewis says he's battling advanced pancreatic cancer a first round bye for the patriots as here after yesterday's loss to the dolphins at Gillette twenty seven twenty four back to our top story now the sweat slicked morning we're dealing with a reminder that yeah winter is indeed here hasn't felt like it lately with winter weather advisory sent away for most of the state west of four ninety five many of us looking it up to attend an inch of ice things could be worse if you're higher up in the elevation the Berkshires parts of Worcester county anything over half an inch of ice not to tear down the name of the state's emergency management agency says more than twenty two hundred people again in the dark right now director cement the Phillips says they're also starting to get reports of eyes were getting some initial reports have some slick roads up there's conflict sidewalks and ice beginning to accumulate on trees mascots got about seven hundred cruise outstanding insulting about a third of what they thought would be needed but they're still keeping an eye on places where ice could form throughout the rest of the day currently sleeping in parts of Boston road still in decent shape around greater Boston and the city and of course always good advice check with your airline if you're planning on flying to or from Logan airport so far we've seen just about fifty or so flights canceled today dozens more starting to to be delayed those numbers are piling up right now course will keep you posted on weather updates all day right here on WBZ radio the storm not going anywhere anytime soon at least for a few more hours you can find us anytime anywhere.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"A construction site in Shrewsbury metropolitan sewer district spokesman Sean Hanley says a crane struck the worker around three AM Tuesday as crews worked around the clock on a nearly four mile long tunnel to collected storm water another effort to change the city county relationship is close to happening I I think there is a a will and a desire for people to see some change it's going to make us a stronger Saint Louis that's why municipally director Pat Kelly think they've got enough people to sign a petition to convene the board of freeholders a public process that's in the state constitution hot weather continuing a mix of clouds and sun today hot and humid a high near ninety tonight partly cloudy warm and humid with an overnight low of seventy one right now we have mostly sunny skies seventy five degrees in downtown Saint Louis. it's not all about money at Midwest money come see this spectacular model railroad train layout first Sunday of every month when it comes to your identity in the personal information on your devices there's no sound track to let you know you're in danger. today's digital world is so connected it just takes one weak link for criminals to get in. good thing LifeLock now when's the power of Norton security LifeLock uses proprietary technology to detect threats like your personal info for sale on the dark web in Norton security helps protect up to five devices from ransomware and other online threats plus if you have a problem our agents will work to fix it no one can prevent all identity theft or cyber crime or monitor all transactions at all businesses but what LifeLock we can help alert you. to danger. join now and get.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Near main street in Shrewsbury north of town the upper end of one twenty eight we've got delays from the cloverleaf into Wakefield rob actually WBZ's traffic on the three and now head there's there is here with the four day forecast brought to you by the north shore music theatre this afternoon will be breezy and a milder well have clouds occasional son and a high of seventy five degrees a shower or two tonight especially from the city on south rather cloudy and mild otherwise will drop down to sixty four tomorrow showers in south of the city early clouds give way to some sunshine with a high of seventy nine we'll have a mixture of clouds and sunshine Monday a cooler day with a high of seventy two still cool despite sunshine high sixty eight Tuesday I'm accu weather meteorologist tethers Aaron WBZ Boston's newsradio right now sixty three degrees N. cloudy in Boston at eleven twenty five it's the. pictures that got small north shore music theatre is proud to present the haunting Hollywood musical Sunset Boulevard starring Tony Award winner. September twenty fourth through October sixth for tickets visit SMG dot org. clearance is going on now. WBZ book club on Jordan riches first New York times bestseller was make your bed admiral William H. McRaven is back in his new one is called see stories my life in special operations as a leader of the elite navy seals and McRaven has been involved in some of the most famous missions in recent history including the capture of Saddam Hussein the rescue.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Mr.. The film took in an estimated nineteen million dollars in its second weekend. The upside was second with twelve million and aquaman took the third spot with seven million. This is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience rocket mortgage dot com. Boil order in effect for a section of Saint Louis county. I'm Brian Kelly. Camelot's news time is twelve oh three or four cast at twelve. Oh, five precautionary. Boil order has been issued for about five thousand Missouri. American customers and Maplewood Shrewsbury and a portion of Webster groves because of a water main break and affected customers need to boil water for three minutes prior to consumption until further notice tap water is okay for washing bathing and other non consumable us until you get to go ahead after being closed due to the government shutdown. The gateway arch and old courthouse are open again. Meanwhile, Missouri Senator ROY blunt tells Fox News he is reasonably optimistic. The lawmakers will be able to come up with a border security proposal that will avert another shutdown blunt annoy Senator dick Durbin are among the negotiators charged with formulating that proposal one suspects in custody. Another is still at large after a Saturday night. Chase that started with a theft of a cart full. Electron IX at a WalMart in Arnold one Arnold officer suffered a minor injury. When he was hit by the suspect's vehicle. Chase ended in Green Park where the driver was arrested and the passenger ran off a man is in custody after holding police at bay for a few hours this morning in an apartment on Chiquita terrace in Spanish lake the incident ended peacefully..
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"In Shrewsbury. I'm Brad showed kmox. News time six oh eight. It's twenty six degrees downtown at the arch the forecast in just a few minutes. Let's begin with a traffic update from Roger Brandon the steeple traffic center. Well, let's traffic reports service of Schultz Myers Brad eastbound to seventy north county. Still trouble though, it looks like that accidents over to the right shoulder. Now, that's the one that's eastbound to seventy Easter Lindbergh, but traffic is jammed back near Missouri bottom. So before you reach McDonald boulevard on eastbound to seventy northbound limbered still pretty heavy north of Lynn haven up to almost Patterson way. Earlier accident there northbound one seventy better, but it's still slow from seventy up to airport road. Westbound seventy is still heavy past the airport out through the rock road. Eastbound seventy from forcing roadworks in Huntsville, slow southbound one seventy that's still jammed from page down to the forest park Parkway where we had that stall in a traffic lane. Westbound sixty four stall the brakes boil the mccaslin. That's a little slow approaching two seventy if you're on eastbound sixty four you've got some heavy traffic and pockets east of Lindberg. Headed into that one seventy interchange. Southsea seventy it looks like it's still backing up right around olive. So I guess there's still trouble on south to seventy Maria. And there certainly is. And it's pretty much once that accident is south of Manchester, but pretty much from forty. It's a solid jam all the way, and it's just inching along there is lane blockage and just a couple of minutes ago before we did this head. There was additional emergency equipment responding for that. Now, the accident south of forty four has been cleared. Traffic is moving before forty four now, but still some heavy volume to just pass gravelly eastbound forty four year, heavy west of the mayor MAC and westbound forty four they're still working with that accident onto northbound to seventy and that has the right lane partially blocked for southbound fifty five drivers it's cleared out of downtown. But you have that accident south of one forty one and that's causing a backup now to looks like just a little bit past Butler hill for westbound forty four drivers headed out of downtown. It's just the usual slowdowns right now. Right before. Workings highway and then a little bit past Hampton to west of Jamison house. Downtown wrapping Brad we still jammed downtown on westbound forty four Maria because there's an incident southbound on fifty five just past the Popper street bridge blocking. So it's backed up through the downtown in Lincoln county drivers facing a pretty long jam southbound sixty one approaching route it goes down to a point about midway between there and highway forty seven and Troy the working and injury accident and the right lane. Southbound is blocked a car accident could do a lot more than slow down your commute. It can change your life forever in Saint Louis style. All fours for a free consultation from Schultz Myers law firm for Maria keenum, Roger Brandon, the steeple traffic center came lakes. News time six ten. A review is underway after mode out engineers learned a Saint Louis area highway bridge open less than a year ago has cracks so bad. It has to be redone. It's the westbound forty four bridge near the Shrewsbury rail yard, mowed dot engineer. Michelle four tells came Alexis Carrel Daniel inspectors found serious cracks in the less than one year old bridge is a consultant designed bridge part of the contract. Process. Do you then review all the other work that that particular consultant has done because of what you found with this bridge. Yes. Our bridge bridge engineers are are reviewing everything to take precaution. As a result mode dot will shut down westbound forty four from Hampton through Shrewsbury this weekend. All work has halted on the eastbound lanes until they figure out what caused the cracks take.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"NewsRadio. Ten thirty WBZ news time to thirty-one governor Charlie Baker formally kicking off his gubernatorial reelection campaign today WBZ's Karyn regal joins us now from Shrewsbury where, everything got underway Karen with the. Very latest everything. Is getting, underway right now Mike Macklin governor Charlie Baker taking. The stage with an American, flag behind him Charlie Baker written and red Karen Felipo in blue eighteen and read underneath that four more years is what the crowd of a couple of hundred. Is chanting under attend even as, the rainfall we just heard from Lieutenant governor Karen Alito who is selling this second term by claiming a great economy and improvements on things like the m. b. t. a. I'm gonna join in with the governor now and ear has we what he has to. Say and hopefully you'll join. Your bit later this afternoon ensures break Karen WBZ News Radio ten thirty WBZ news time to thirty two what about face. US Representative Chris Collins ending his reelection bid just days. After he was charged with insider trading AP's Julia Walker with the latest in a statement the, Republican congressman says after extensive discussions. With my family. And friends, over the last few days I decided it's in. The best interests of my, constituents the Republican party and President Trump's agenda to suspend my campaign for reelection Chris Collins was indicted Wednesday on charges he used insider information about a biotech company. To make illicit stock trades at, the time he thou to remain on the ballot and denied any wrongdoing now he says he'll finish his term as he fights the charges the state Republican party has. Yet to announce a replacement candidate for Collins house seat Julie Walker New York sexual misconduct allegations. Under investigation by the archdiocese Boston Saint John's seminary in Brighton that. Story still, to come, here on WBZ WBZ news time to thirty-three It is time for traffic and weather together we begin with the. Subaru retailers of New? England all-wheel-drive traffic. On the. Threes is brought to. You by Bernie and Phil's furniture, you we get right here's Davidson Rony. Thank you Mike Lynch go downtown I the BU bridge still closed. Although it is scheduled to reopen today we'll keep you posted. On that lower deck back to Sullivan. Square the Ted Williams slow. Both ways in and out of Logan Sumner and Callahan are seeing some delays love. Down ramp is full Storrow drive westbound out to the longfellow inbound on Storrow slows down through Leverett circle the Tobin is slow both ways to and from the center span south of town. Expressway northbound locked up from east building square right through the city expressway southbound jammed from city to neponsit and again through. The split lower end of one twenty eight southbound heavy and slow from the pike down past Kendrick street one twenty eight northbound is clear. From route one to turnpike ninety three southbound heavy through the split out to route twenty four and ninety three northbound slows down through Milton connecting to route twenty four twenty four northbound..
North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA
"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The docks with a view. Of. The Shrewsbury river Arturo row Haas's the. General manager we was little heart for people to get. Out, of that trendy, in a model of how industrial. But now that they know that we're trying to contribute to the environment A, lot of them have been verse Puerto beach tavern gives out paper straws if a customer asks and it uses paper takeout cartons to Ross, says the slightly more expensive, paper products, haven't caused beach tavern to raise prices and both he and Tina cross say they support the town's effort to reduce the amount of plastic. In the environment even if it makes business, a little harder sue Howard is the mayor of Monmouth beach and she voted for the ban you live. On the shore and you walk on, the, beach and you, see, plastic straws Sira. Foam containers you know what the damages she says more. Than twenty towns have contacted her. In the last month asking how they could ban plastics and polystyrene to the way Howard did. It she reached out to the business community early let them know what the ordinance would do and then made the case. That it would help the environment other New Jersey towns have passed similar bans some have banned single, use plastic bags others have put five or ten cents fees on bag The state legislature even passed a Bill that would impose a five cent. Fee and plastic and paper bags statewide the. Governor Phil Murphy has yet to sign it, environmentalists say the ban in Monmouth beach is the most comprehensive of its kind in New Jersey and mayor sue Howard says she would love, to see other towns even, the state, follow suit we didn't always have styrofoam when I was a little girl we didn't have it we didn't always have we had paper straws. When I was young I'm going to sound, like back in my day person but the point is that we can live without these plastics but just. Because Monmouth beach bandits businesses from giving, out, plastic straws plastic, bags, and polystyrene containers. Doesn't mean they don't still show up on the beach There's. A straw there's a couple of Strauss collect Buchanan and I are walking along the shore in Monmouth beach. Buchanan is a member of the Monmouth beach environmental commission. Which spearheaded the ban but. Like you said they could. Have been from anywhere right we. Didn't not ban use. Of the straws he. Banned on distribution at the establishment the plastic. And polystyrene ban in Monmouth beach is only about a. Month old and Buchanan says it hasn't been a magic bullet, yet but she says even, if there are a few straws here, and there on Monmouth beach the ban is a huge step in the right direction Part of what we, hope for passing the ordinance the ban is not only to ban it in our town educate people and bringing the problem to people's, attention so that, they become more aware of the problem and and take steps on their, own to address for here and now I'm Joe Hernandez.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The straw Jason Shrewsbury. On New Jersey one zero, one point five Jake Oh there. You go, AJ, cowboy Jake. Hold on. We, tried again. Jake he. There yeah I'm here. All right I? Got your pal what's? Going, on what are. You thinking About the plastic straws. Germ what about paper straw so what do you feel about. That I think that they might make a, comeback or they might. Be replacement I don't know because nobody's saying they're going? To do that? I? Would ever problem if they did that but come on Jake how do you go? To Dairy. Queen ice cream soda what are you gonna do you suppose to slurp it either some drinks that you need a straw for I agree sometimes you need. A straw and you're going to be you're gonna, be walking around. Now with straws in. Your pocket? Next, to the. Salt and. Pepper shakers you're probably. Gonna need what? Pretty soon as well Some companies felt. Like a metal metal straw you touched your teaching Yeah but what if, you not doing coke what if, you, just to have a story we wanna buy a drink. Of say come on Growing your fingernail, long Jay come on what are, we, doing it I don't? Know Thanks for the call. To New Jersey one point five, by coca Coca-Cola Frank is in high bridge. On the, jersey, one, point. Five zero Frank I'm good, how, are, you Just. Got back from Pensacola Beach Florida was down there for a. Couple of. Weeks on vacation What's that are you rubbing it in Yeah a little bit Okay My favorite, restaurant they had a big sign. Up no more plastic straws didn't know what was the. Problem they had paper, laws and if you're about my, age you may be remembered him from when you were. Kid they still sell paper, straws don't? They Well they had. The little flexi thing in, the middle Yeah but you know what again. I'm not seeing people saying. We're, switching to paper straws I'm just seeing no straws When I was last, week was the first I heard of. It when it had. A big. Thing. Paper straws I'm like, whatever, it works the same as the plastic one up it. Makes people happy that's good Right now. What if. You had no stroz. At all That's okay too Oh man I. Need the, straw I. Mean certain drinks I. Need the, straw you know there are certain drinks, that you don't, but there, are you know you don't need this scotch out of a straw beer out, of a straw, but you know if you're going to get the, the Dakhari you're you're gonna get somebody, who's ice drinks a death, of a virgin her sex on the beach or whatever you want to. Straw. For that right When, I need it but otherwise if it's not there I can do without it Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five what's going to happen is going to come time when the straws will disappear. And then they'll bring them back..
Basics of sports betting in New Jersey
"And today new jersey officials are confirming the presence of clinging jellyfish and yet another of the state's waterways the state's department of environmental protection says mom clare state university researchers tested water from the makita river located in ocean county and ken confirm the clinging jellyfish are there in previous years monmouth county shrewsbury and manosque kwan rivers were found to have the invasive species as well native to the pacific ocean clinging jellyfish are difficult to spot and water but pack a powerful and painful sting they aren't usually seen on beaches are sandy areas but rather back bays and rivers where folks are encouraged to use waiters or boots so as to avoid being stung james flippin for seven ten w o r people in new jersey reacting today to governor murphy signing the sports betting bill feeling lucky regarding status officially the second state to legalize sports betting governor murphy signed the legislation yesterday but there will be no wagering before tomorrow when the new jersey racing commission holds a hearing to review regulations establishing sports betting at race tracks monmouth park expects to be ready to roll and take the i bet thursday morning sports betting is expected to bring in thirteen million in annual revenue with beck taxed at eight and a half percent alice stockton rozina seven ten wwl and the forecast is.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So you might get sprayed something you don't really need right what if they put in shock in the seat of the lead driver oh that's good so driver how do you feel about that only i drive cars with that make him dry faster i don't feel like flogging would get me to go fast a little buzz the wiser work with the host and not with you i don't know i have i have horse sense but i don't think like a hor you don't probably yeah but i still like the neck the rule it's great you know flogging once you're in the number one position i will pledge you this when i own a race course that ruby effect are you planning on buying tried to football team point of soccer team team contain sample tang right but too expensive for me to rich from upload it's expensive elton john did and i thought well this is what rocket or stoop but not in my level which did their team or just shrewsbury shrewsbury shrewsbury england the shrewsbury can you guess the name of the same berries or something some of the race the shrews short brung half the shrew yeah and and the thing i learned up there is that the puck people you know the upper class people have a different way of pronouncing the town's name just to confuse everyone the shrewsbury shrewsbury they don't like shrewsbury i don't shrewsbury sounds too common this is what england accused about all the time is it's roseberry shrewsbury divided the nation where'd you come down on the brexit thing just against don't do politics you don't do tros behaviors ventures.
Wells Fargo CFO says government, not banks, should set gun policy
"All right i'm telling you this is how we gotta do it wells fargo by the way welcome back it is phil valentine show on the westwood one radio network that's what the caller reset in the bids reset now let people know who you are what the listening to you know because we may have some new listeners and they don't know what you're listening to you're listening to the phil valentine show live from russia now this is wells fargo wells fargo says it will keep lending to gun manufacturers they will keep lending even though bank of american rest of these but holes out there are gonna min mini needing to its competitors bank of america and city have taken a step away from the gun industry since the shooting in florida but wells chief financial officer john shrewsbury told reporters today the bank is not currently setting policy and our extension of credit as our ceo has publicly stated we do not believe that the american public wants banks to decide which legal products consumers can and cannot buy says alan elias we believe this issue requires a legislative solution that allows the public to voice their concerns he says the bank does make sure that its customer in the gun industry follows state and federal law but beyond that they don't care we're not gonna start getting in this politics stuff so guess what i just got a loan today from wells fargo just for the heck of it showing my business give my business i just got a loan with wells fargo today i would have i would encourage you if you've got a loan with somebody else pay it off with a loan from wells fargo especially if you let me this great idea you got a loan of any kind with with with bank of america then get alone with wells fargo and pay off the bone alone at the bank of america or city that's what i would do if i were you i don't have a now i inadvertently got alone with bank of america several years ago because the mortgage i had was bought up by bank of america and so i quickly paid it off with it and i got another mortgages screw then i went on another mortgage somewhere else that one bank but i do not like those people i.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Already are but other ways okay today is national grilled cheese sandwich day accepted is not a sandwich it's a shrewsbury get that straight lane yeah we look cheese for those of you who didn't get the memo sandwiches in shrewsbury has been a big was the earl of shrewsbury who actually was the first person to put a piece of cheese between two pieces of bread and enjoy it not the duke of sandwich do curly earlier shrewsbury and the duke of sandwich role of sandwich or there other sandwiches euchre suri's breathe and that was it anyway this shrewsbury or sandwich is one of the top comfort foods in our country and of course there is with everything else there's a historic group of historians hysterical historians who studied the food business they save cook bread and cheese is an ancient food enjoyed all across the world lots of different cultures the modern version of the grilled cheese sandwich originated in nineteen twenties when inexpensive bread and american cheese became easily available it was made as an open face sandwich how many people have had you put them in the you don't you don't put them fry them in butter or or whatever but you put them in the oven i remember having those that no i think it's crusty i liked them with lots of butter on each side and yeah oh yeah but cheese in the middle i actually made one in the oven the other day but i've never consider that to be a grilled cheese sandwich yeah that's just that's just consider that to be a grilled yeah it's not grilled it's a toasted rhino yeah i think they do that's good other food news i don't know if you consider this food the neck oh wafer company is something that.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"I mean jessica strunk in at a starbucks in the town of shrewsbury she's with the 495 metro west partnership a development consortium were sitting in the new complex that also has a whole foods supermarket other shops and fancy apartments that aren't that much cheaper than what you'd find in boston this concept is not new and other parts of the country but towns in suburban massachusetts are just catching on mainly to lure that everpopular younger demographic now you loves more housing near the downtown as walls this mixtures shopping with restaurants and other amenities that people can actually walk two blocks systems a sidewalk to downtown may be appealing but back on the boston scientific commuter bus jennifer fusco tells me cities are still a young person's best friend and they may fans exited trivia go somewhere fun to brintion all the good spots around the city and it's nice that not have to drive for now companies are just hoping that people like fuss go who aren't thrilled about driving are willing to get on the bus in boston i'm aaron schachter for marketplace this followed on the way out the stock price of note today is three hundred thousand two hundred and sixty nine dollars and forty five cents per share those are of course the a shares of warren buffett's holding company berkshire hathaway crossing three hundred thousand dollars each for the first time nobody else is even close let alone up into like four digits value investing is the phrase you are looking for here when buffet took over nineteen 65 by the way a single share of berkshire could have been yours for eleven bucks.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"The longestserving member of the house of representatives is retiring john conyers he's not resigning in disgrace after using taxpayer money to cover up his sexual harassment he is retiring not seeking reelection and in a shocking twist he's endorsed his son john conyers the third to take his seat congressman conyers the third can already go ahead and start measuring his kurtz he's going to win also the democrats are going absolutely crazy over the tax bill that passed in the senate the other day nancy pelosi calls it the armageddon for us it really an times plus governor hogan gives a speech about how to curb violence in maryland are any of these politicians really willing to do what is necessary to do that will talk about all that more from one until three you're on wbal newsradio 1090 thou more news with bill vanko on wbal newsradio 1090 and the wbal app wall street's a little mix today the dow which was up yesterday is down today forty one points the nasdaq which was down yesterday is up today 36 points the sp which didn't do much yesterday is not doing much today is up but just barely two two points oil prices not changing much either their hang just about the middle of the 57 dollar a barrel range radio 1090 traffic traveling around the beltway things continue to run pretty nicely right now there's really no midday work to speak of on six 95 of note on the eight 95 carter there is midday work beyond at lumbar treating the northbound direction in the left lane and 95 north there for the fort mchenry told you lose the left side southbound ninety five at the tides bridges right lane work without delay there and as you travel over toward the bay bridge the midday work on the eastbound span has now been picked up southbound 83 heavy getting into the works tantamount mount carmel road at last check their there were no delay no lane blocked is it appears as traffic the headed bottle up earlier in the shrewsbury area because an accident on the pennsylvania side of 83 that crash has now been cleared but rajabhai true car with troop are you could see what others paid for the car you want you can recognize a great deal through car users on average say over three thousand dollars off msrp for newer used cars is a true carver more confident car buying experience i'm jim russ.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WCTC
"Your change the called in in wind is coming up were cal good morning to you a a bunch of things happening today including nash no education support nationals dayton this reviewed pretty much everyone who were outside of the actual classroom teacher is acknowledged alkatiri workers to'real possession scored ministers this is a nice way to say thank you america recycles day always recycler recycling is still us still a good thing to do rugged it is so can also national by name hermit cookie day with the hermit cook and apparently it's a cookie that dates back to new england in the 1880s and it says cinnamon raisins dates nutmeg it's kind of like a mixed batch of of cookie they're good national philanthropy day is says a good one tones good national raisin began cereal raising ran rocks i'll have that on occasion it's good staff national bunte day having me one of those and so long yeah yeah there's a place in shrewsbury called meaning bunte cakes and they basically all they sell was blunt cake it is fantastic it is worth the drive rules and drip staff are worth the trip they're are theory has an amount that's okay and finally it is national clean out your refrigerator day lasko need to do that too we do right yeah yeah i was talking to the little single you sir halfandhalf packets that are in our fridge rainer end up have to take them out for their a road catch for driving later today because apparently they been in the refrigerator here at the radio station for seventeen years and it's time for him to go away next time you're going to want to go register to vote will be neck oh my gosh yes how long i think it replaced the that's how long i think they but in their exactly yes side while the as it does need it doesn't really expire writers and yeah tell me that the next time to open one up and hit cottage cheese and their hands shelby that shirt so that what's happening today all right the.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Buddy we get 25 minutes left plenty of conversation to squeeze into the remaining time seventy degrees outside we'll get to salmon shrewsbury right after we update you regarding the weather overnight partly cloudy in the humid is says the lowest sixty four but consent was seventy degrees down its knock it could that low saturday and sunday patchy morning fog otherwise times of sun and clouds warm and the little humid for the time of year high today will be seventy seven i on sunday will be 75 zeke at the any pre much carbon copy specialties nice weekend a good september weekend then things get a little tricky but even before we get to monday rough surf in rip current risks remain high ocean beaches throughout this weekend into early next week because of the arcane jose out in the atlantic it's gonna be mostly cloudy monday they'll be breezy new highs going to be sixty nine degrees after that it's kinda like a roll the dice at this point because it all depends what halsey decides to do uh new england coast is within the possible cone of movements silliphant swings closer to new england massachusetts it's going to get pretty messy yet tuesday wednesday and possibly even as they receive swings away from it may be not so much but they've still will be some mom tied action possibly some beach erosion and awesome wave sowa let's be careful out there and going to salmon shrewsbury horry tonight sam perry hiking argue god doing fine what's going on well i mean to fall into the overnight i i uh apopka about you you probably we will be attractive at or at least be aware of maybe get some uh you know word out character mediocre word of mouth involvement aren't during an event called the car show call it the metro up qatar showed swat be and it's going to be an marlboro uh a local hotel on sunday so four um so uh that's something that you know you bring it allowed under cover not not so much the retail stores but some of them armed up people going to have gear all available to sell it off swampy coal all it repugnant with with the cars or now other accessories they want swap hopping out uh in addition there uh from the famous militiamen skype performed there air uh i'll tell you the name of the bandana uh if you could we who are these who people might be one.
"shrewsbury" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Called reaching a deal with the legislature in the in one hundred days during his february budget address will back deadline is yesterday and no new plan was announced it is difficult for a convict release from prison in new jersey to find employment and those who can't work often returned to the streets to drugs enter crying and this is a chief concern performer governor jim reading is trying to establish reentry centers in every new jersey county his somebody doesn't have the ability doesn't have the support they're going to go back to committing crime and they're going to go back to prison retired the very strength of car on all of us in new york uniform forever twenty years a single convicts pens imprison gardens day taxpayers around the hook for a million dollars with every prison cell costing fifty five thousand dollars a year a dangerous species a jellyfish the has a debilitating staying has returned to the shrewsbury river the clinging jellyfish were found in the manas kwan and shrewsbury rivers last summer clinging jellyfish stings can cause muscle weakness pain even kidney failure in some extreme cases a man was hospitalized after being stung while swimming in the shrewsbury live river last year is the jersey shore tourism industry hurt earth health buy online rental services such as air be n b cape may county tourism director die in real in says they're still trying to determine who these customers are and whether the services are taking way customers who would typically occupy a hotel every summer the other people reading and residential areas the new brie theory that the navy a strange car parked in the driveway were with that all ocean county tours director dina lens allotey says no matter where a visitor stays or the amount of taxes they pay their still contributing to the local economy poolside and restaurant gambling skillbased slots fantasy sports betting and hidden vip gambling rooms are among the hard rock internationals initial plans they're remake of the former trump taj mahal casino hard rock fought for fifty million dollars back and marched a summer 2013 opening is planned later and simple it's going to be hot meteorologist dan's are actually the completed jersey forecast is coming up and new jersey fast traffic in one minute jersey 101point proud deserved joey.