WBZ Daily Talker
Dorchester native Mark Wahlberg is asking Massachusetts for a pardon for assaults he committed when he was a troubled teenager in 1988. Do you think the state should pardon Wahlberg’s assault charges now that he has turned his life around?
15 cars were involved in a pileup inside the O’Neill Tunnel yesterday morning, the latest in a string of incidents inside a tunnel that has seen its fare share of problems since opening in 2003. What do you think should be done to improve safety in the O’Neill Tunnel?
Due to terror concerns, U.S. and British authorities are reportedly considering a ban on carry-on luggage and electronics. What do you think about this idea?
On Monday, the White House pledged $263 million in new federal funding for 50,000 body cameras, as well as expand training for law enforcement and more resources for police department reform. Would you support police officers in your town wearing body cameras?
Structured recess is in its 2nd year at a school in Stoughton and means children chose what game they want to play at recess rather than play whatever they want. How would you feel if your child had to participate in structured recess?
How do you feel about stores opening earlier on Thanksgiving day rather than on actual Black Friday? Do you think Massachusetts Blue Laws should be changed?
Happy Thanksgiving! Today is a day many of you enjoy with family and friends over a delicious meal. What are some of your special or unique Thanksgiving traditions?
The folks at Google have compiled an interesting list just in time for Thanksgiving. They broke down the most distinctive Thanksgiving recipes that were searched on Google, by state, not just the most-googled overall. In […]
People across the country are waking up this morning to the chaotic images of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, following a grand jury’s decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown. How can America learn from the events of Ferguson, Missouri? Are there any lessons that can be learned?
A public meeting will be held tonight in Marshfield following the school district’s decision to remove the word “Christmas” from the school calendar. Should the Marshfield school district change the words “holiday break” back to “Christmas vacation”?