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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:19 min | 5 months ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on This is Today

"I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well it's a day to go check the instagram account Yeah go check out my account specifically the this is today. Podcast just search for us. You'll find us on there. Because i've got a picture of my pet squirrel. Well it's not officially my pet squirrel. But what i did was. I built a little picnic table for the squirrel to you know. Eat some walnuts While we have lunch and I've got a photo of the squirrel and the picnic table. Why today is it national squirrel day. No i'm sure that's a day but no it's not today. It's national walnut day today and The squirrels they love their walnuts and they love him on this picnic table. They sit on this picnic table in the chew. Down on the Walnuts it's beautiful thing. they're not the only ones out there Eating or carrying about walnuts usually tell like world records. Well i can't really tell a record about the world's biggest walnut because that doesn't really seem that exciting right Instead i'll tell you this record the record for cracking walnuts. Yes ima some guy he grad two hundred and fifty four walnuts in one minute. Here's the thing though. He did it with his head. Yeah they actually had competition for. This is the second guy. Did like two hundred and thirty or so this guy though. He received a certificate from guinness officials. He probably also received confusion Blurry vision and concentration difficulty. How did he not get a concussion. From slamming his head on two hundred and fifty four walnuts in one minute. You'd think that would put you out. I i don't know I guess maybe this is a coincidence. I'm not really sure but they did this during well. It's actually national. Ems week this week. they did that record back in september but i was trying to do a cool segue there and we'll just go with it yet say. Ems week this week. It was declared by gerald ford back in nineteen seventy four. It's a week to celebrate others emerging fi medical specialists and technicians. Yeah you know you can do lots of things actually check. There's a website in a. m. Sorry in a e m s There are kind of the people that put together the whole thing the the whole week. I guess you'd say there's a whole week of festivities you can do. There's also ways that you can show your appreciation for The the emergency medical services. Yeah you could buy. A billboard is one of their suggestions you can also have a t shirt designed You can host an event you can send a food truck over to The local ems. Which i don't know if that's a good idea. Because you know. I i did this whole lake a volunteer fire department thing a long time ago and every time we try to do something the bell would ring and you know all real firemen would have to leave and you know we just hang out We get all the food. Essentially which probably wasn't the nicest thing but it was gonna go bad so i don't know if that's the right thing to do. Also i will tell you. Don't fake a heart attack and throw a surprise party for them when they show up. That is illegal. You can't do things like that so Do be careful in Celebrating this isn't how you choose to celebrate it. Maybe just you know say. Hey good job. That'll that'll work to It's also tax day today And you know some of your tax bills and some view realized todays tax day. And that you've got to pay Today you might need the ems because yeah today you gotta get in that ten forty the state taxes. It's last day for ira contribution so if you didn't put enough money in their last year and he got some money sent in the banking do that now and that'll count for twenty twenty seven with the solo 401k in sap all those fund letters That you couldn't put your money in and save today's the deadline for all of that. All right there's also several events that happened on this day we'll start with eighteen seventy five and speaking money when you can put money down on this. I i've never won in this particular sport We're talking horse racing. Yeah i i can really Guarantee you that. I can pick one of the last two horses to win in any race but on this day in eighteen seventy five. It was the first kentucky derby okay. Well it's known for the hats or hats on the horses but it's also you know. I always talk about food. So let's let's talk about that because you eat a lot of food. If you're a spectator at the Kentucky derby eight about one hundred and forty two thousand hotdogs ridge each year the kentucky derby Eighteen thousand barbecue sandwich. Thirteen pounds of beef thirty two thousand jumbo shrimp nine thousand scallops. Thirty thousand cookies. Three hundred thousand strawberries. I i thought that one was a little odd and the big drink of the derby is of course the mint julep and consume over one hundred and twenty thousand. Those at probably is why they have so many hotdogs. Get hungering and drink so much and i guess. Apparently you're randomly by strawberries as well But who knows That that's what's going on over there at the kentucky derby each year in case you're wondering it was a couple of weeks ago may sixth and seventh of this year at when they did the kentucky derby case. You missed it. If you just find number now than g you missed it in nineteen fifty four on this day you know back in nineteen fifty four over. One third of the states segregated their schools and on this day the united states supreme court handed down a unanimous decision in the brown versus board of education of the peak of kansas outlawing rachel racial segregation in public schools. Yeah so okay here. Here's what happened the name brown. Well that was actually after reverend. Oliver brown and linda brown his daughter who he tried to enroll in. Sumner elementary school. She was denied admission. And the in double. Acp us this along with other cases to try to help change things well. The state supreme court said that separate but equal was totally fair and there was no problem with that. Well the case then went to the supreme court where they said separate was not equal. They actually said In the field of public education the doctrine of separate but equal has no place separate educational facilities are inherently unequal now. They gave no guidance on actually how to implement the desegregation of schools and basically said that further court discussions needed to be made. Now i would love to say that this issue is something that we are way past. However it's still happening Schools are still heavily segregated even now Black children are five times as likely as white children to attend schools that are highly segregated by race ethnicity. Black children are more than twice as likely as white children to attend high poverty schools. You can learn more about this Check out the economic policy institute. They've got some great data from twenty seventeen. Where you can kind of dig into this end and learn a little bit more in nineteen ninety-six president bill clinton signed megan's law at the federal level. It requires people convicted of sex crimes against children to buy local law enforcement of any change of address or employment on this day in twenty eleven. The final episode of oprah winfrey show was recorded in chicago. Man you know. She's given away so many things.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police employee carried out the stabbings in a number of locations inside Paris police headquarters he killed four people before he was shot dead his motives are unknown the attack comes a day after thousands of French police took to the streets of the capital to denounce difficult working conditions unpaid overtime and high suicide rates Alain Cobb CBS news Paris man out of Rhode Island where a man dies after being stabbed inside of a hookah lounge in Providence police saying this happened at the narrow lounge shortly after midnight today the victim was not identified authorities did say he was in his forties no arrests made it is also the second homicide in Providence this week the twelfth in the city all year a corner store operator in Westchester now facing federal charges after he allegedly sold hills at the store containing fentanyl and it's right across from a hospital John Robles runs albinos market off of route nine it's right near the UMass memorial Medical Center campus federal agents alleging in court documents just released a set of use cold words and drug deals to undercover agents on fourteen different occasions the transactions totaled thousands of dollars Robles was being charged with conspiring to sell Sentinel a grand opening today in Roslindale one which was very well received as we hear from WBZ's Chris farmer was a captive audience in Boston mayor Marty Walsh knew we had them right in the palm of his hand is this thing behind the awesome what. is everyone climbed it. students at the Charles Sumner elementary school cut the ribbon today on the school's new million dollar playground in recreation space a brightly colored treasure trove of activities featuring a vertical wall basketball court rubberized play area Playhouse and learning lab with flowers in plant bands.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In stone. this is back in session today in Danvers high school after a fire in the bathroom yesterday charges are pending against a student and the Bruins open their season tonight in Dallas. now to Emerson College where students are grieving after the loss of a student is WBZ's Chris Palmer a vigil to honor Daniel Hollis will be held today at noon at the symbol theater at Emerson College where the twenty year old was a sophomore communications major and a goalie on the lacrosse team friends classmates and faculty here say he was somewhat people always look forward to seeing and then you will be remembered for his bright smile he had been in a coma for several days from which he never recovered caused by severe brain injury he suffered during an altercation outside of an early morning party witnesses say Daniel was trying to defuse the situation as it developed police are investigating but as of now there have been no arrests at Emerson College Chris fama WBZ Boston's newsradio unsolved murders will be the focus of a new Massachusetts state police unit colonel Kerry Gilpin says it will be staffed by experienced investigators back by forensic resources one of the cases will be the cold case murder of Molly Bish who disappeared from our life guarding job in Warren in two thousand her remains were found nearly three years later the popular Newseum in Washington DC is closing a statement published on its website says they will shut the doors on December thirty first financial struggles a main reason being given was dedicated to the importance of a free and fair press the Newseum has been in operation for eleven years and has welcome some ten million visitors twin bursts are dropping in the U. S. here's ABC's Dave driver there were families in the U. S. are having twins that comes after twin births steadily increased for more than three decades driven by older white mothers having fertility treatments the rate of twin births seems to have peaked in twenty fourteen and has gone down four percent since the centers for disease control and prevention says last year the rate was at its lowest point in a decade that's possibly due to advances in reproductive technologies leading to more so in. births Dave Schreiber ABC news four months in prison for the California man who repeatedly threatened to kill employees of the Boston globe robber chain called the global offices fourteen times last year threatening to rape and kill the baby you in turn to answer the phones federal investigators trace the calls to train arresting him and seizing his gun collection and ammo he pleaded guilty in may big do as a Raso Dale this morning mayor Walsh and school officials were that there to celebrate a brand new playground at the Sumner elementary school you name it it hasn't a vertical play wall basketball courts performance space even an outdoor learning lab with plants in flower beds a federal judge has sentenced a doctor convicted of running a pale male in Virginia I'm Jim crystalline Abington Virginia thirty six year old doctor Joel smothers was convicted of eight hundred sixty counts of illegally distributing opioids including the drugs that claimed the lives of Ramona hard showings thirty five year old daughter heather yes I do forgive him but he calls.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In store the Emerson College student assaulted last weekend has died will have more that straight ahead and new subpoenas from house Democrats and their impeachment inquiry of president trump ray stay alive they win the wild card beating the ace to move on to the A. L. D. S.. birds are dropping in the U. S. A. B. C.'s Dave strider without families in the U. S. are having twins that comes after twin births steadily increased or more than three decades driven by older white mothers having fertility treatments the rate of twin births seems to have peaked in twenty fourteen and has gone down four percent since the centers for disease control and prevention says last year the rate was at its lowest point in a decade that's possibly due to advances in reproductive technologies leading to more single births Dave Schreiber ABC news the popular Newseum in Washington DC is closing statement published on its website says they will shut the doors on December thirty first financial struggles a main reason being given it was dedicated to the importance of a free and fair press the Newseum has been in operation for eleven years and is welcome some ten million visitors four months in prison for the California man who repeatedly threatened to kill employees of the Boston globe Robert chain called the global offices fourteen times threatening to rape and kill the B. you in turn to answer the phones federal investigators trace the calls to chain arresting him and seizing his gun collection and ammo he pleaded guilty in may now to Emerson College where students are grieving this morning after the loss of a student is WBZ's Chris fama reporting from Emerson a vigil to honor Daniel Hollis will be held today at noon at the symbol theater at Emerson College where the twenty year old was a sophomore communications major and a goalie on the lacrosse team friends classmates and faculty here say he was someone people always look forward to seeing and Daniel will be remembered for his bright smile he had been in a coma for several days from which he never recovered caused by a severe brain injury he suffered during an altercation outside of an early morning party witnesses say Daniel was trying to defuse the situation as it developed police are investigating but as of now there have been no or. at Emerson College Chris fama WBZ Boston's newsradio unsolved murders will be the focus of a new mass state police unit colonel Kerry Gilpin says it will be staffed by experienced investigators back by forensic resources one of the cases will be the cold case murder of Molly Bish disappeared from our life guarding job in war and in two thousand her remains were found nearly three years later big do as a Rossendale this morning mayor Walsh and school officials celebrating the brand new playground at the Sumner elementary school you name it it hasn't a vertical play wall basketball courts performance space even an outdoor learning lab with plants and flower beds a federal judge has sentenced a doctor a convicted of running a pill mill in Virginia I'm Jim crystalline Abington Virginia thirty six year old doctor Joel smothers was convicted of eight hundred sixty counts of illegally distributing opioids including the drugs that claimed the lives of Ramona hard showings thirty five year old daughter heather yes I do forgive him but he calls.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twin births steadily increased we're more than three decades given by older white mothers having fertility treatments the rate of twin births seems to have peaked in twenty fourteen and has gone down four percent since the centers for disease control and prevention says last year the rate was at its lowest point in a decade that's possibly due to advances in reproductive technologies leading to more single births Dave Schreiber ABC news the mass state police has a new unit dedicated to investigating unsolved homicides and other violent crimes it will be staffed with experienced homicide investigators will work with the D. a statewide it's been a priority for colonel Kerry Gilpin since she was appointed to lead the state police in November of twenty seventeen the California man who threaten to kill employees of the Boston globe gets four months in prison Robert Chaim was arrested a year ago August after he made fourteen calls threatening the lives of globe staff members he was upset about the globes call to media groups to denounce president trump's attacks on the press no you will win a prize but are you a fast texter CBS's Jim showed every has more how fast can you text researchers in Switzerland use typing master dot coms typing speed test servers they collect data on some thirty seven thousand volunteers who used either a mobile device or a physical keyboard well the fastest Texters were able hit speeds of up to eighty five words per minute that's right up there with those who use the physical keyboards and the textures were doing it using two phones although they were allowed to keep their auto correction turned on on average textures came in at about thirty eight words per minute Jim Chevy CBS news big deal ends and Roslindale this morning mayor Walsh and school. officials celebrate the brand new playground at the Sumner elementary school you name it it has said a vertical play wall basketball courts performance space even an outdoor learning lab with plants and flower beds a federal judge has sentenced a doctor convicted of running up hill mail in Virginia I'm Jim crystalline Abington Virginia thirty six year old doctor Joel smothers was convicted of eight hundred sixty counts of illegally distributing opioids including the trucks that claimed the lives of Ramona hard showings thirty five year old daughter heather yes I do forgive him but he caused a.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is and now here's a four day WBZ accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore dean what are we looking at. well right now I just dry conditions around greater Boston at the leading edge of Dorian showers sherry are still down just getting to the south shores of Long Island couple of the the block island may see a shower here soon but those showers slowly pushing to the south coast and the Cape here is again in the afternoon probably not getting to the city to the C. evening but then once it does come in it'll be raining heaviest rain down on the keep the islands those are we're going to see the strongest winds this evening into the tonight with gusts to sixty miles per hour is during Passover night by to our south east Itamar morning still some rain around tomorrow morning but then it should taper off can't rule out a late day shower especially north of the city still in the sixties tomorrow Sherri gets better on Sunday a promise as Dorian moves away will get back in the low to mid seventies with some sunshine to end the weekend on Sunday we'll keep you up to date is Dorian approaches for tonight right here on WBZ Boston his radio all right we'll look forward to that thank you it says sixty six degrees right now in Boston very cloudy out there sixty four in Arlington sixty two in Andover in Avon we have sixty seven degrees ring central the leading cloud communications and collaboration solution for today's mobile global work force integrates your voice and video online meetings and team messaging and one experience for a free trial visit ring central dot com when central empowering your team to work as one. call for action wants to help you with any consumer problems does your real estate broker represent you or the other party or maybe both call for action can give you the rules give them a call at six one seven seven eight seven seventy seventy a staff of fully trained counselors are available between eleven and one thirty call for action is a free service that phone number once again six one seven seven eight seven seventy seventy it's ten fifty six St John the ring central Newsline students returning to class at the Charles Sumner elementary school in Roslindale have a shiny new state of the art playground to play on the only problem is they can look but not.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Can tell your smart speaker at home to play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has a book deal St Martin's press says it will be a memoir about her time with president trump is due in the fall of twenty twenty on her website she says she's excited to tell our story about the challenges of being a working mom at the highest level of American politics Serena Williams looking like she's on a mission in New York quickly ma'am working her way into the US open final. well not many with Thursday night's victory Serena Williams reached her fourth final of the past six grand slam tournaments even Serena thinks that's impressive to be in yet another final it seems finds the crazy Williams took out Ukrainian Elina Svitolina in straight sets and faces nineteen year old Bianca dress you of Canada in the finals looking to join Margaret Smith court with the most singles titles with twenty four if you look at the the span of the career in the players that I've played it's amazing that I was able to get this man Williams is also looking for her seventh U. S. titled the most in the open era Todd and ABC news and the man's Sammy's starting this afternoon at four o'clock Merrimack college student is arrested on charges he assaulted a female student in his dorm room August von Ungern Sternberg arraigned on multiple counts in order to stay away from the campus in north Andover he reportedly will undergo a mental health and substance abuse evaluations talk about the ultimate tease returning students at the Sumner elementary school in Roslindale have a brand new state of the art playground to romp around on the W. B. C.'s can Tunnicliffe says unfortunately the kids can't use it yet students returning for the first day of classes found the impressive looking cube and to be shaped playground in the main play area behind the school isn't ready to be used several parents have expressed frustration that the new place space is taking so long to finish one parent says there have been many false starts design changes and unkept promises the previous playground was destroyed in an arson fire in two thousand sixteen the Boston public schools have issued a statement saying the playground is nearing completion and is expected to open to the public in the coming weeks apparently there's one piece missing from the playground that they're still waiting for him.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our future union officials negotiating for higher wages and healthcare benefits said talks have broken down for public commercial customers are affected along the south shore and towns where the company does residential pick up in Rockland Abington in Marshfield we found people driving to the dump and throwing it out themselves striking workers are asking for a higher wages and better healthcare benefits from Republic services talk about the ultimate tease returning students at the Sumner elementary school in Rossendale have a brand new state of the art playground a romp around on the W. B. C.'s can Tunnicliffe says unfortunately the kids can't use it yet students returning for the first day of classes found the impressive looking cube and to be shaped playground in the main play area behind the school isn't. ready to be used several parents have expressed frustration that the new place space is taking so long to finish one parent says there have been many false starts design changes and unkept promises the previous playground was destroyed in an arson fire in two thousand sixteen the Boston public schools have issued a statement saying the playground is nearing completion and is expected to open to the public in the coming weeks apparently there's one piece missing from the playground that they're still waiting for him Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio Serena Williams looking like she's on a mission in New York she quickly worked her way into the US open final. well not many with Thursday night's victory Serena Williams reached her fourth final of the past six grand slam tournaments even Serena thinks that's impressive to be in yet another final it seems honestly crazy Williams took out your cranium L. and as for the lead in straight sets and faces nineteen year old Bianca dress you of Canada in the finals looking to join Margaret Smith court with the most singles titles with twenty four if you look at the the span of a career in the players that I've played it's amazing that I was able to get this money Williams is also looking for her seventh U. S. titled the most in the open era Todd and ABC news and the man said maze today at four and after a lackluster summer at the movies things should pick up this weekend it's about to get scary at the box office.

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"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sumner elementary school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To get their trash piled up we apologize okay were only out here fighting and trying to get what's right for us to secure our future union officials negotiating for higher wages and healthcare benefits said talks have broken down Republic of Marshall customers are affected along the south shore and towns where the company does residential pick up in Rockland Abington in Marshfield we found people driving to the dump and throwing it out themselves striking workers are asking for higher wages and better healthcare benefits from Republic services Michigan State University has been fined four and a half million dollars for the way it handles sexual abuse accusations by hundreds of female athletes ABC's Ryan borough report and investigation by the US department of education's office of civil rights finding Michigan State University did not adequately respond to complaints against doctor Larry Nasser and dean Williams trample subjecting students to a sexually hostile environment education secretary Betsy to boss saying too many people in power knew about the behavior and complaints and yet the predators continued on the payroll and abused even more students current M. S. U. president Samuel Stanley junior releasing a statement saying in my effort to build a safe and caring campus we must have a culture of accountability right pearl ABC news ameribag college students arrested on charges he assaulted a female student in his dorm room August von Ungern Sternberg arrange. multiple counts in order to stay away from the campus in north Andover he reportedly will undergo a mental health and substance abuse evaluations talk about the ultimate tease returning students at the Sumner elementary school in Rossendale have a brand new state of the art playground a romp around on the W. B. C.'s can Tunnicliffe says unfortunately the kids can't use it yet students returning for the first day of classes found the impressive looking cube and to be shaped playground in the main play area behind the school isn't ready to be used several parents have expressed frustration that the new place space is taking so long to finish one parent says there have been many false starts design changes and unkept promises the previous playground was destroyed in an arson fire in two thousand sixteen the Boston public schools have issued a statement saying the playground is nearing completion and is expected to open to the public in the coming weeks apparently there's one piece missing from the playground that they're still waiting for him Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio Boris Johnson not to the rescue on brexit now what A. B. C.'s Jon rivers reports from London running out of options Boris Johnson is out campaigning in an election that hasn't yet been called these are chaotic political times in the UK a frustrated prime minister out in the regions we want an election on October the fifteenth.

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