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Emergency response communication at Watertown stabbing scene

9/19/2018
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Police and fire communications during a reported stabbing near Watertown and Galen street in Watertown on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. These recordings start at 11:19 a.m. and end at 11:40 a.m. They may not be comprehensive.

Duration:00:07:29

Arlington high school building committee votes against returning to the design process

9/18/2018
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In response to a call from the Arlington community to preserve two historic buildings in the new high school design, the committee voted unanimously against returning to the design phase of the project.

Duration:00:00:25

Arlington resident address the High School Building Committee

9/11/2018
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Arlington resident Carl Wagner spoke at the Sept. 4 Arlington High School Building Committee meeting, calling for the committee to consider preserving historic aspects of the current high school building.

Duration:00:01:42

AUDIO: Live from Melrose Victorian Fair 2018

9/10/2018
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Melrose Free Press staffers Peter Chianca, Matthew Reid and Conor Powers-Smith report live from the 38th annual Victorian Fair in Melrose, Mass., and chat with Alderman Peter Mortimer, Jennifer McAllister, coordinator of volunteers at The Bridge, and MMTV Community Outreach Director Mary Beth McAteer-Margolis.

Duration:00:07:23

Brookline students chant in support of teacher

9/6/2018
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Students rally in support of Heath School teacher Larry Chen, who may be fired for letting students play what some consider a violent video game during homeroom.

Duration:00:00:28

Why is preschool needed?

8/27/2018
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Melissa Stellato, a special education preschool teacher, has been working in the Newton Early Childhood Program at 150 Jackson Road for 18 years. She describes why preschool is valuable to school children.

Duration:00:01:05

The benefits of social-emotional competency

8/24/2018
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Annemarie Rush, a preschool Pyramid Model trainer from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, discusses the benefits of teaching social-emotional competency in early childhood education.

Duration:00:00:53

Arlington poet laureate reads her poem, 'Stanley's Garden'

8/14/2018
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Cathie Desjardins, Arlington's current poet laureate, reads one of her poems in August 2018. She wrote "Stanley's Garden" for poet Stanley Kunitz, who died in 2006.

Duration:00:00:03

RED SOX CENTRAL with Danny Barletta, Episode 3

8/12/2018
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This is the third Red Sox Central podcast with Saugus' Danny Barletta, the author of the blog with the same name, and Wicked Local Sports host Joe McConnell. In this podcast, Danny talks about the Red Sox' magical season with emphasis on the four-game sweep of the hated Yankees, plus his own busy summer covering the North Shore sports scene for Wicked Local, before heading back to school, where he will begin his sophomore year at the University of Connecticut as a journalism major.

Duration:00:40:07

Bedford Town Manager Rick Reed gives his final interview

8/10/2018
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Departing Town Manager Rick Reed sits down with Bedford Minuteman reporter Jesse Collings and talks about how he first came to Bedford, his role models in government, the challenges and difficult issues he has faced during his 30-year stint as town manager, and how he plans on spending his retirement.

Duration:00:34:02

National Grid union leader describes situation to Winchester officials

8/10/2018
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John Buonopane, president of United Steel Workers Local 12012, speaks to the Winchester Select Board on Aug. 6 about the labor dispute between his members and their employer, National Grid. The employees have been locked out since July after an old contract expired. Union leaders are urging Boston-area communities to suspend all but the most urgent work by replacement National Grid crews until the dispute is resolved.

Duration:00:03:49

Newton immigrant's supporters rally against deportation

8/2/2018
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Newton Rigoberto Mendez is slated to be deported to Guatemala on Sept. 15, after living, working and raising a family in the country for 27 years. 200 people raliled at the city's Horace Mann Elementary School on Aug. 1, 2018 in support of Mendez and to hear his lawyer, VIctor Maldonado, speak.

Duration:00:03:04

Weston Firefighters respond to a three-alarm blaze

7/31/2018
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This is scanner communication from the Weston Fire Department's response to a fire at 506 North Ave. on Tuesday, July 31. The scanner traffic is from 7:00:57 a.m. to 7:24:00 a.m. It may not be comprehensive.

Duration:00:12:41

Cotuit fatal crash: Audio from Mashpee police and fire depts.

7/31/2018
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Listen to emergency broadcast communications from the Mashpee police and fire departments about the fatal crash early the morning of Saturday, July 28, 2018.

Duration:00:09:05

Margot Fleischman talks about Lime bikes coming to Bedford

7/31/2018
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Bedford Selectman Margot Fleischman talks about the Bedford debut of the bike-sharing app Lime and how it will effect transportation in Bedford, as well as where future locations may be.

Duration:00:05:33

Candidate's Debate - Sean Costello and Patrick Kearney - Democratic candidates for 4th Plymouth District State Rep Seat

7/31/2018
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The Marshfield Mariner's James Kukstis sits down with Sean Costello and Patrick Kearney, the Democratic candidates for the 4th Plymouth District State Rep Seat, to talk about issues facing the district.

Duration:01:05:27

SCANNER: Falmouth police officers, suspect shot

7/27/2018
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This is scanner communication from the Falmouth police and fire department channels from 5:36 p.m. to about 5:46 p.m. on Friday, July 27, 2018. It may not be comprehensive.

Duration:00:04:34

Wenham 375th Anniversary Celebration Sept .8

7/27/2018
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Hamilton-Wenham Chronicle reporter Tim McCarthy talks about the upcoming Wenham 375th Anniversary Celebration coming Sept .8 with celebration committee Chair Trudy Reid and member Dianne Bucco.

Duration:00:06:11

News of the week from thwarted carjackings to wild weather

7/27/2018
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On Fridays, Editor-in-Chief Anne Brennan brings you a news round-up through conversations with the journalist who wrote the stories. The Daily News Podcast is your audio companion to the MetroWest Daily News and the Milford Daily News. The bi-weekly show is entering the second season and is taking on a new feel. Read our stories at metrowestdailynews.com and milforddailynews.com Links to the stories discussed: Spilka elected Senate President Feeding it forward: Framingham Foodie Cafe...

Duration:00:48:24

Call for National Grid moratorium

7/26/2018
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Arlington resident and National Grid employee Matt Denn asked the Arlington Select Board on July 16, 2018 to approve a moratorium against the gas company following the lockout of hundreds of union employees.

Duration:00:01:26