WSGW Morning Team Show: October 7, 2019 (Monday)
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BOSTON (AP) _ A boy who charmed the world by exclaiming “Wow!“ at the end of a classical music performance was a special guest of the orchestra that inspired his delight.
The Boston Globe reports 9-year-old Ronan Mattin, of New Hampshire, and his grandparents attended a dress rehearsal at Boston’s Symphony Hall on Thursday as the Handel & Haydn Society prepared for its new season that started Friday.
The venerable orchestra launched a search for the “Wow Child“ after the May concert using audio of the moment captured by WCRB-FM.
Handel & Haydn President David Snead has said it was one of the most wonderful moments he has ever had in a concert hall.
Ronan’s grandmother says her grandson listens to classical music at home and will eventually begin playing instruments.
METHUEN (CBS) — The city of Methuen said trick-or-treating will take place from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Halloween this year. The change comes after the season’s high Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) threat.
“The 6:00 pm end time will ensure that activities can be finished before dusk to address any concerns about mosquito exposure,” said Mayor James Jajuga in a statement. “The City is acting out of an abundance of caution to ensure that children can enjoy Halloween safely.”
The risk level for EEE in Methuen has been critical since a horse died of the disease there in August.
It is recommended that residents still take their own precautions against mosquito-borne illnesses, such as wearing bug spray and long clothing.
Some of the EEE threat could be irradicated with the first frost this weekend.
Wake Up Song of the Day: Diahann Carroll “The Sweetest Sounds“. Diahann died last Friday at age 84.
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