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FS1’s Colin Cowherd had Roger Goodell on “The Herd” Wednesday, and it didn’t take long for the host to get around to asking the NFL commissioner the question New England Patriots fans are asking in the wake of Monday’s U.S. Appeals Court decision to reinstate quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game Deflategate suspension.

 

 

 

Cowherd: "What if a very convincing owner that you respected said, “Let’s lower it to two (games). It’s bad PR, it seems too harsh.” Would you listen to it?"

 

 

 

Goodell: "I listen to everybody …  but we’ve had these discussions. This was an issue just about a year ago, I think, right after I left the draft. When we make these decisions, it’s with a tremendous amount of thought, a tremendous amount of consideration. Our staff worked very hard on it, and I think that we have given that full consideration. We’re careful -- and this is where the commissioner’s authority is important -- we don’t allow individual clubs to influence an outcome with respect to discipline because it can affect other clubs. The rules of the league, obviously, the competitiveness of the league, that’s handed to the commissioner by the 32 clubs for exactly that reason – to avoid any club getting a competitive advantage. So, while I listen -- I obviously will take anything into consideration, and sometimes it’s meaningful, sometimes there’s another point that is in my view more powerful or our staff may view more powerful -- you have to balance that. And recognizing, Colin, that it’s not likely that I’m going to find a solution that everyone is going to agree on."

 

 

 

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Central Street Closure:

Beginning on Monday, May 2, MassDOT will close Central Street between Davol Street/Route 79 and Pond Street for about two weeks. The closure is necessary to reconstruct the roadway to its final configuration. Signs will be in place indicating the detour route:

 

  • For local access to businesses and tourist attractions, drivers should use the Water Street Connector from Route 79/138 to reach Ponta Delgada Boulevard and turn right for Water Street/Central Street.

 

 

Exit 5 Closure Rescheduled:

Beginning on Saturday, May 7, MassDOT will close Exit 5 off I-195 West to Route 79/138 in Fall River through September 2016. The closure is necessary for the contractor to build the new I-195 West off-ramp to Central Street, Route 79/138 and North Davol Street. Signs will be in place indicating detour routes:

 

  • To reach Route 79/138 North and South – Take Exit 6-7 for Plymouth Avenue/Pleasant Street, bear left to take Exit 6 for Pleasant Street, turn right on Pleasant Street, turn left on Ninth Street, turn left on Bedford Street, proceed straight onto Central Street, then turn right on South Davol Street for Route 79/138 North or turn left for Route 79/138 South. An alternate route uses I-195 West across the Braga Bridge to Exit 4B in Somerset. 

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The Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) is cautioning boaters about the serious risk of vessel collision with a group of North Atlantic right whale mother and calf pairs that were recently observed in western Cape Cod Bay. 

 

On April 21, 2016, the Center for Coastal Studies aerial survey team documented 5 right whale mother/calf pairs between Plymouth and Sandwich approximately 2 miles from shore. 

 

The mothers were subsurface feeding on dense patches of zooplankton with calves nearby.

 

Given their behavior and the proximity to vessel traffic, the situation presents a high risk of vessel collision to a sensitive and important segment of the right whale population. 

 

Based on zooplankton sampling in area, conditions are favorable for the food resource to prevail for several more days.  For the safety of both mariners and whales, vessel operators in this area are strongly urged to proceed with caution, reduce speed (less than 10 knots), and post lookouts to avoid colliding with these highly endangered whales.  

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BCC President Dr. Jack Sbreaga tells WSAR that the five acre solar panel topped parking canopy on campus is producing 70% of the electricity needed on the campus on Fall River's North Side. 

 

The array was completed in the summer of 2015; Sbreaga tells WSAR that its becoming a model for other cities in New England. 

The City of Fall River is investigating adopting the same technology as a means to produce electricity. 

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The Finance Sub Committee for the Fall River School Committee will meet for three consecutive nights beginning Tuesday at Kuss Middle School in an effort to reduce the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget for the Fall River School Department. 

The Correia Administration has indicated it can likely meet a Net School Spending Budget, but a Level Services Budget is not a strong possibility for the coming Fiscal Year. 

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The ''Boston Globe'' and other media outlets are reporting that Red Sox Third Baseman Pablo Sandavol has significant issues with an injured shoulder, and has had a more complete examination delayed into swelling goes down. 

 

Sandavol was placed on the 15-day DL by the Red Sox last week; it could be extended to 60 days if the Red Sox decide to do so. 

Its not clear how Sandavol was injured; he played in a series in Toronto earlier this month. 


 

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A ten item memorandum of understanding has been released by the Sixth Floor in Fall River, providing some of the first details regarding a proposed privatization of the city's collection efforts regarding trash, solid waste, yard waste and recycling. 

 

The July 1 2016 date of take over is the same day as the start of Fiscal Year 2017, with a 24 hour hotline, a promise to interview current sanitation employees provided they pass drug tests and CORI Checks, and a $1.1 million dollar price tag for the robotic arm trucks which were purchased during the Flanagan Administration. 

 

The MOU was initialed and signed this afternoon. 

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Fall River: Closures of Central Street and Exit 5 off I-195 West Begin May 2

Central Street Closure:

 

Beginning on Monday, May 2, MassDOT will close Central Street between Davol Street/Route 79 and Pond Street for about two weeks. The closure is necessary to reconstruct the roadway to its final configuration. Signs will be in place indicating the detour route:

 

  • For local access to businesses and tourist attractions, drivers should use the Water Street Connector from Route 79/138 to reach Ponta Delgada Boulevard and turn right for Water Street/Central Street.

Exit 5 Closure:

 

Also beginning on Monday, May 2, MassDOT will close Exit 5 off I-195 West to Route 79/138 in Fall River through September 2016. The closure is necessary for the contractor to build the new I-195 West off-ramp to Central Street, Route 79/138, and North Davol Street. Signs will be in place indicating detour routes:

  • To reach Route 79/138 North and South – Take Exit 6-7 for Plymouth Avenue/Pleasant Street, bear left to take Exit 6 for Pleasant Street, turn right on Pleasant Street, turn left on Ninth Street, turn left on Bedford Street, proceed straight onto Central Street, then turn right on South Davol Street for Route 79/138 North or turn left for Route 79/138 South. An alternate route uses I-195 West across the Braga Bridge to Exit 4B in Somerset.  
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Detour maps and directions are available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and can be found on the Traffic page of the project website.

 

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MassDOT has introduced a new streamlined approach to renewing driver's licenses in the Commonwealth, which can be done on line, or on a smartphone, at MassRMV.com.

 

Organ donor status, along with registering to vote, can also be accomplished in the same process. 

 

The Massachusetts Registry of Vehicles offers 25 different options that can be completed on line. 

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Commonwealth's Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the Massachusetts Unemployment Rate dropped to 4.4% in March, down a tenth of a percentage point from February. 
 
The National Unemployment Number is at an even 5%.
 
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the Commonwealth continues to create jobs, with 6,900 added in March, compared to 13,300 in February. 
 
The local unemployment numbers for March are due this coming Tuesday. 
 
 
 
 

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According to the Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance, the 2015 Fall River Mayoral Race, as far as the November phase of the contest, saw the Sutter/Correia Race finish 4th overall in the Commonwealth in terms of spending in contested Mayoral contests. 

 

In total, a little over $255,000 was spent by the two Mayoral Finalists, as Sutter outspent the challenger, but was one of a handful of incumbents to lose a chance at another term. 

 

Sutter won the recall election in Fall River in December 2014 to secure a 10 month term. 

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The Fall River Police Department will dedicate a new gym facility at its Pleasant Street Headquarters during a ceremony on Friday April 8. 

 

The gym will be named in honor of  someone ''held in high esteem'' in the community, to be disclosed at the event Friday afternoon. 

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The issue of how to fix, and finance, the repair of some 66 problem windows in Fall River's Government Center will be updated tonight at a meeting of the Fall River City Council's Committee on Public Safety at the Good Shepard Parish on South Main in Fall River tonight at 6:30pm

The issue was first broached earlier this week when CMD Ken Pacheco told the nine member City Council about the scope of the issue regarding the building's windows, after a portion of one fell out of the building earlier this winter. 

 

 

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The Correia Administration is set to make an announcement Tuesday regarding the ongoing Pay As You Throw Program, involving enforcement procedures, and fines, as part of a new compliance program.

 

The Pay As You Throw Program will mark its second anniversary in August; the purchasing of Purple Trash Bags has proven to be a controversial component to an ongoing debate on how solid waste and recycling were to dealt with once the city's landfill closed earlier in the decade. 

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