Greater Boston; MBTA Crash / Volvo Race / Smoke-Free Housing
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- Greater Boston
- MBTA Crash / Volvo Race / Smoke-Free Housing
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
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MBTA Crash The MBTA is looking at a its minimum age requirements and is considering banning operators from carrying cellphones on the job. The move follows a Green Line crash that injured 49 people. Guests: Dan Grabauskas, General Manager, MBTA
Volvo Race Boston is the only North American stop on the 10-leg, 37,000-mile Volvo Ocean Race. The first boats arrived in Boston Harbor on April 26 and they will be departing for Galway on Saturday afternoon.
Guests: Torben Grael, Skipper, Ericsson 4; Magnus Olsson, Skipper, Ericsson 3
Smoke-Free Housing As more people seek smoke free living environments, landlords in and around Boston are converting their rental units into no smoking zones. Guests: Bruce Percelay, Chairman, The Mount Vernon Company; Stephen Helfer, Smokers Rights Advocate
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